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The Duty Of Journalists And The Public Interest
The duty of journalists is to tell the truth. Journalism means you go back to the actual facts, you look
at the documents, you discover what the record is, and you report it that way. Chomsky 2008
Working within the media industry, especially as a journalist. It can sometimes be difficult and
challenging as you are more than often finding yourself having to raid people s personal lives to get a
story. However, Is it in the public interest? that is the one question any journalist must ask themselves
if they are to publish a story that may contain an individual s private information.
Problems take place within the media when public interest is conflicted with human right and the right
to privacy. You can easily validate publishing privet information as a form of public interest, but you
however cannot justify the damages it may cause.
This is where the media tend to clash with people. Some journalist may argue and say that when
publishing privet information it is in the public interest but they must prove that. This is in reference
section4 which states, The defendant reasonably believed that publishing the statement complained of
was in the public interest. This is under the public interest defence, which was created under the
defamation act 2013. The law was set up to allow journalists the right to free speech in reference to
Article 10 stating Everyone has the right to freedom of expression.
Not respecting people s privacy is one of the most complained about
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Quadratic Formula Research Paper
Completing the square is use to prove the quadratic formula. Given ax^2+bx+c=0 we first have to
make the coefficient of x^2 to be one. We divided the original formula by a: x^2+b/c x+c/a=0/a since
0/a we still have our quadratic equation. Subtract that c/a in both sides: x^2+b/c x+c/a c/a= c/a
remember that b/a is b/2(a) now we will have to add it to the root of two: x^2+b/a x+b^2/(4a^2
)=b^2/(4a^2 ) c/a next is to set up our denominators to be the same we should have
(x+b/2a)^2=b^2/(4a^2 ) 4ac/(4a^2 ) now that our denominators are the same we need to combine like
terms: (b^2 4ac)/(4a^2 ) in this step it resembles somewhat a part of the quadratic formula but we still
missing more steps. Now grab the x+b/2a and subtract the b/2a also put the ... Show more content on
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Writing the y intercept in interval notation is [15/8,∞). The axis of symmetry has been found also
which is where the x of the vertex is meaning that it is x=1/4. We will now find where does it
increases and decreases, this should be easy now that we have our vertex and knowledge that all
quadratic equations are parabolas. We know that the domain is ( ∞,∞) any line coming from the
negative side it will decrease while the positive side will increase. Then the side that is decreasing will
stop to decrease at ( ∞,1/4), it will then begin to increase at (1/4,∞). This time we are finding the x and
y intercept, beginning with the x intercept we are going to use the discriminant of the quadratic
equation which is b^2 4ac. Plugging the numbers, it will be ( 1)^2 4(2)(2) the solution will be a
negative fifteen. The rule of a discriminant is that there cannot be negative numbers for x, this time
there are no x intercept. the x intercept does not exist we will replace it with a zero so the y intercept
can be found, by plugging the numbers y=2(0)^2 0+2 we will have the answer of y=2. The quadratic
equation will be crossing the y intercept at (0,2). Now writing the
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Personal Note On Social Acceptance
Social Acceptance
When starting this personal change project, I found it easy to find a subject for me to change because
it was something that I had wanted to do for a long time. I am a people pleaser. I am controlled by
people s opinion of me. Plain and simple, I want to be accepted. It is exhausting, and not possible. To
begin to change, I had to embrace the reason s I was a people pleaser and needed others acceptance.
Acceptance and Rejection
The need for acceptance always comes with the fear of rejection. The need for acceptance is a
powerful motivator, but the fear of rejection can be even scarier. We can all think of a time where we
were rejected, and when thinking on that memory, and I bet you can still feel the sting. Fear of ...
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Need to belong
Nathan DeWall, a Psychologist at the University of Kentucky says that Humans have a fundamental
need to belong. Just as we have needs for food and water, we also have needs for positive and lasting
relationships. The need to belong can be so strong that we are willing to change who we are just to
belong to a group. Most times it is small changes. For people who are people pleasers, we will go out
of our way to help others, even if that means we are neglecting ourselves, just to get their approval.
Self Esteem and Rejection
According to Geraldine Downey, PH. D., professor of psychology at Columbia University, Research
says that people whose self esteem is lower will experience rejection as more painful, and it ll take
them a little longer to get over it, he says. Meanwhile, those who have higher self esteem but who aren
t narcissists tend to be more resilient. Rejection for someone with low self esteem is more damaging
because they are less resilient to the hurt. A step that I have only begun to work on is my view of
myself. I am not comfortable with who I am. I am always conforming to what others want me to be
because I don t have confidence in my true self. It is easier to be who others want you to be then to be
who you really are. There is less rejection, if you go along with others idea of who you should be.
My Personal Change Story
I am controlled by others emotion,
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Classroom Management In The Classroom
Classroom management is one of the most essential elements of teaching. Classroom management
refers to the wide variety of skills and techniques that teachers use to keep students organized, orderly,
focused, attentive, on task, and academically productive during a class . Therefore, without good
classroom management the classroom will not be an environment of learning, rather it will be an
environment of chaos. My personal philosophy of education pulls elements from three different
models assertive discipline, CHAMPS, and capturing kids hearts. The main goal of the assertive
discipline model is to put the teacher in charge of the classroom. However, teachers are also expected
to treat students as their allies in the learning experience. Although there are elements of assertive
discipline that I do not agree with, my idea of discipline in the classroom aligns best with this model.
When using assertive discipline, the teacher decides on the class rules before school begins. The
teacher also has a system of both positive and negative consequences in place. Additionally,
consequences occur in a hierarchy system, known as the discipline hierarchy. The discipline hierarchy
is a system of between 3 6 different consequences that become harsher as a student continues to
misbehave. For a first offense, the student is simply given a warning. If the student continues to
misbehave than the second and third time they are taken out of an activity. The fourth time the parents
are
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Outline Janis Concept Of Goupthink
Outline Janis concept of goupthink . Why, and in what circumstances, is it such a problem for
organizations?
PLAN
homogeneity of Members social background and ideology etc
Low self esteem induced by recent failures, excessive difficulties on current decision making tasks
that lower each member s sense of self efficacy) and moral dilemmas (lack of feasible alternatives
except ones that violate ethical norms)
Hogg Group Cohesion
Social categorization produces prototype based depersonalization. the social attraction hypothesis
approaches group solidarity and cohesion as a reflection of depersonalized, prototype based inter
individual attitudes (Hogg, 1987, 1992, 1993). A distinction is drawn between inter individual
evaluations, attitudes, and feelings that are based on and generated by being members of the same
group or members of different groups (depersonalized social attraction) and those that are based on
and generated by the idiosyncrasies and complementarities of close and endur ing interpersonal
relationships (personal attrac tion).
degree to which the leader allows or promotes discussion and evaluation of alternatives .
Shown by Janis enhanced model (1983) 2 different presidential decisions (bay of pigs and cuban
missile crisis) only one condition changed within these 2 different decisions was the president s
leadership style.
ESSAY
Outline Janis concept of groupthink . Why, and in what circumstances, is it such a
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Narrative Essay On A Birthday Cake
While i was sitting on the new couch i heard the cat meowing at the dog the backyard visiting the yard
to mark his territory. As the dog left i took the cake out of the oven seeing the steam coming off of the
cakes fluffiness the cat crept over and tried to slowly take a bite where I bopped her on top of the head
she ran to the living room where she hung her head in sadness feeling neglected about why she wanted
to go home with the owner. As i loaded the cake up into the car my neighbor across the street was
wearing dark clothes that was clearly torn up good weather today I said whatever makes your boat
float he said in a cocky way. As i approached my mother s house i had my dad come out and help me
unload the cake and set it on the kitchen counter my dad said what a good looking cake thank you I
made it from scratch I said. As me and my dad headed to the garage so he could show me his new
collection of records my mom yelled abruptly in a dark scratchy voice Come eat! The kids went
running to the birthday cake and stood around the cake that has melted in the sun making it black from
the colors of the icing mixed together and now looking like something out of a horror movie. As the
kids all got in line to eat a slice of cake my uncle joe arrived at the house and immediately jumped in
line for cake Save me a piece of cake I yelled from across the lawn we will the kids yelled, when I
looked over my shoulder I saw the cakes pieces disappear one by one until there
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Tattoos In American Culture
Tattoos in Culture There are different aspects of every culture and the American culture is no different.
One of the aspects of American culture is the tattoo. Tattoos have been around for centuries, they are
also part of other cultures and appeal to a broad variety of people. Tattoos became part of American
culture through cultural diffusion, which is where one culture shares its culture with another through
direct contact. Recently tattoos have re assimilated into American culture and society by first being
rejected by the mainstream culture to being accepted and popular in the mainstream culture. The etic
perspective or the outside view varies because outside cultures, both agree and disagree with tattoos.
Before tattoos were incorporated into American culture, they were part of several other cultures.
Therefore, the cultures and countries that have tattoos as a part of their culture are more accepting of
the tattoo culture in America. However, not everyone in these cultures approves of tattoos becoming
part of American culture because they see it as mocking and offensive to their culture. This is because
several pro tattoo Americans only like tattoos for body art instead of their symbolic meaning to other
cultures and just attribute tattoos to identity formation and fashion. They are offended because
Americans do not understand the actual culture and significance around tattoos. Except for a few
Americans who connect tattoos with some symbolic meaning, the majority
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Home-Personal Narrative
In my seventh period P.E. class Mrs. Greene announced to us, That it is cold outside so you can either
stay in the gym or go outside. Faith, Jessica, and I stood up from the hard black unappealing plastic
bleachers to go outside. As I opened the door, the wind whipped around my bare skin and leaves
whirled along the ground. It is freezing; I m going back inside. I retorted. We were walking along the
narrow hallway going back to the gym when we met Carlie. She gave us no room to walk by her so I
retreated to the wall that way we wouldn t collide with each other. I turned around and saw Carlie
bump into Faith. Move outta my way. Faith screeched ferociously. Carlie looked at Faith with her eyes
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I was hopefully praying she didn t find anything. Faith pulled out a shiny black and silver iPod; she
then very sneakily put it in her coat pocket. I am not getting in trouble for this, put that back. I
commanded as I scooted up the bleachers away from the crime being committed. Putting the purse
down slowly Jessica, and she joined me in the top bleachers. Moments later Carlie the owner of the
purse comes in; she walked over to her purse and opened it. She started frantically looking for her
iPod, I could only assume at the time. Carlie stared up from the empty purse her face was blanketed
pale white, her eyes seemed to bulge from her head, and her mouth flew open. She scanned around as
if looking for answers when she finally gazed up at us. I knew my face read guilty since she asked us
Do you know where my iPod and five dollars is? Faith automatically said No. Well, did you see
anyone pick up my purse? Karlie asked accusingly. I haven t seen anyone. Faith and Jessica said.
Carlie glanced at me; stricken with guilt I attempted to tell the truth and sensed the piercing eyes of
Faith burning down my neck. No. I finally
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Native American Colonization
Shortly following Columbus s encounter with the new world in 1492, European settlers would make
the long journey to North America in hopes of land, riches, and freedom. However, little did they
consider the lives of the Native Americans, who had been there long before Columbus s discovery , or
how they would disrupt their ancient customs and way of life. Upon the arrival of the Europeans, the
Native Americans were experiencing an agricultural revolution, where tribes all across the United
States were becoming more sedentary, as well as developing new sources of food, clothing, and
shelter. With the intrusion of the influx of Europeans, however, all of this was disrupted with their
selfish and incognizant actions. The English tended to oppress Native Americans both economically
and culturally by denying their potential contributions to help grow settlements in the New World. In
contrast, the French developed peaceful, mutually beneficial relations with Native Americans in the
establishment of the French fur trade and culturally befriended them. With England s growing
economic problems due to frequent, costly European wars, and harsh manoralism in the countryside,
the New World seemed like a place where English settlement could start anew, and create a perfect,
cohesive society, unlike that of the flawed Old World. From the beginning of their intrusion in North
America, English settlers sought to expand English rule and law over the Indians, who they referred to
as
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Morgana And Merlin Alternate Ending
She tilted her head to stare at Merlin. You saved my life from that monster twice. I thought it was my
own uncontrolled magic that caused his knife to burn in his hand and I was so terrified Uther may
have seen what happened that I never tried to reason out what really went on. It never made sense for
that horrible man to cough up a toad when the woman s story had already been denounced as a
belladonna induced vision, and besides it was suicide to do such a thing in front of Uther. Other facts
fell into place. You conjured a smoke illusion in front of witnesses, then used magic in full view of
both Uther and Arthur to make Aredian drop his knife only days after the witchfinder accused you of
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She should have seen then that the obnoxious prince was becoming a man who would question his
father s methods, his judgements, and demand fairness instead.
Morgana s thoughts went back to that incident as she and Merlin sat down to supper later. The lateness
of the hour combined with an extended period of using magic had left them both ravenous and Essetir
may be far from a wealthy kingdom but she could set a fair enough table for two.
At the time that Arthur called a halt to Gaius s execution, coolly postponing his father s judgement
over Aredian s vehement protests, and then demanded another hearing in front of the king, Arthur s
boldness had surprised her. Not that she had ever doubted his courage, but it was the first time she saw
him openly oppose his father without any prompting from her. Morgana had not so much as spoken
one word to Uther about Gaius; too afraid to leave her room, too afraid everyone would see her terror
and guess its cause. It had been Arthur who demanded justice.
She spent a long time choosing a portion of chicken basted in mint to put on her plate, trying to frame
the question she wanted to ask. Why did you trust Arthur to be the king he is? To build a kingdom
where magic is
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Examples Of Narration In The Awakening
The style of the narrative point of view is vital in the meaning the author wishes to convey in their
novel. The narrative of the text is imperatively central in the way in which the events of a novel are
expressed to audiences, the way these are framed is very important in relation to the effect it has on
the reader s impression of the events. The basis of the reader s understanding and opinion of the events
in a text is hugely dependent on the outlook and perspective from which they are described. With the
assistance of the narrative style in The Awakening, Edna s journey to realisation of the self and her
awakening is made apparent to the reader, as we are given insight into Edna s inner turmoil and
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Her feelings are frequently revealed but the narrator persists to remind readers they are in fact, Edna s
feelings, and not those of the narrator. It is possible that this form of narration is used in order to
cleverly reinforces the alienation of Edna Pontellier from her society, as while readers gain access to
her thoughts and emotions which are very personal, the narrator continues to remind readers they are a
separate entity from Edna, which creates distance from the protagonist. This strengthens the
ostracisation Edna is to be faced with once her true self is awakened , therefore this form of narration,
in the context of the novel, almost prepares the reader for the coming awakening of Edna Pontellier, as
she is separate and distant from the reader from the
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Situational Analysis of Bmw Mini Essay
The people who brought you The Ultimate Driving Machine are introducing you to
The Ultimate Lifestyle Machine.
The MINI IMC Campaign: Situational Analysis
IMC Campaign Outline Produced by:
Linda Brozowski, Christina Gunn, Roland Hancock, Mike Nakamura, Trudy Walter
MKT 467
Integrated Marketing Communications
Professor Joyce Nielsen
October 7, 2003 Situational Analysis
Overview/Intro
The small car market is set to grow by about 50% over the next ten to twelve years from the 8.4
million units sold in 2001. The market for premium products is clearly growing faster than the total
market, particularly in the small car market. Many customers will not compromise safety, quality,
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Strategic Marketing Objectives
Our marketing objective is to promote the BMW MINI to our target audience of driving consumers in
their mid twenties to thirties with heavy television, print, and outdoor campaigning. The MINI will
kick off its introduction with the first of seven new TV spots breaking on October 26th during Sunday
Night Football on ESPN. The television campaign will continue to roll out over October and
November on cable networks including CNBC, CNN, MTV and VH1. The strategy is to include this
broad range of drivers offering them opportunities to take their driving experience to a whole new
level, while gaining their trust and loyalty. Spot television buys will concentrate on morning news,
prime time, late news, and weekend sporting events in top sales markets. We want to continually focus
on our message to our consumer market of empowerment, independence, performance, value, and fun
associated with taking ownership of the new MINI.
Print advertising, which includes a large concentration of gatefolds, will include similar messaging to
that of the television ads and will begin appearing in the October issues of more than 50 magazine
titles. A special two page layout will appear in the Wall Street Journal, along with USA Today as our
development team focuses on celebrating the reintroduction of the MINI. In addition to our print
campaign, our MarCom team and
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The Mexican Revolution Of 1910
The Mexican Revolution of 1910 set many influences in motion shaping the course of Mexican
history between 1920 up into the 2000s. There are several patterns that take its cue from the
Revolution include the creation and long standing existence of a one political party rule. The Mexican
Revolution is an extremely long and complicated subject to perceive without much background
information, but in summation the Revolution was an attempt to end a dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz
and to establish a constitutional republic. Many problems arose during the Revolution, including
several divided groups lead by strong willed individual lovely referred to as revolutionaries these
included Francisco Madero, Pascual Orozco, Pancho Villa, and Emiliano Zapata. With threatening
political crisis among competing Mexican elites and the opportunity for agrarian insurgence lead to
the outbreak of the Revolution. The Revolution would leave lasting influences such as those on
Mexico far beyond the imagination thought possible. The first pattern set noticeably in history would
the creation and long standing institution of a one party rule over Mexican government. The first
election of a Mexican President after the removal of Porfirio Diaz was in 1920 with Alvaro Obregon.
(CMH, 425) Obregon would face harsh economic trouble during a post World War I economy. The
most important aspect of his presidency would be to finally implement the constitution that had been
written in 1917. Obregon faces a Mexico
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Essay Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Gettysburg
This most famous and most important Civil War Battle occurred over three hot summer days, July 1 to
July 3, 1863, around the small market town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It began as a skirmish but by
its end involved 160,000 Americans.
Before the battle, major cities in the North such as Philadelphia, Baltimore and even Washington were
under threat of attack from General Robert E. Lee s Confederate Army of Northern Virginia which had
crossed the Potomac River and marched into Pennsylvania.
The Union Army of the Potomac under its very new and untried commander, General George G.
Meade, marched to intercept Lee.
On Tuesday morning, June 30, an infantry brigade of Confederate soldiers searching for shoes ...
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Cavalry leader Jeb Stuart had gone off with his troops to harass the Federals. Stuart s expedition
would turn out to be for the most part a wild goose chase which left Lee at a disadvantage until he
returned.
Lee decided to attack the Union Army s defensive position at the southern end of Cemetery Ridge
which he thought was less well defended.
About 10 a.m. the next morning, Thursday, July 2, Gen. Longstreet was ordered by Lee to attack. But
Longstreet was quite slow in getting his troops into position and didn t attack until 4 p.m. that
afternoon thus giving the Union Army even more time to strengthen its position.
When Longstreet attacked, some of the most bitter fighting of the Civil War erupted at places now part
of American military folklore such as Little Round Top, Devil s Den, the Wheat Field and the Peach
Orchard. Longstreet took the Peach Orchard but was driven back at Little Round Top.
About 6:30 p.m. Gen. Ewell attacked the Union line from the north and east at Cemetery Hill and
Culp s Hill. The attack lasted into darkness but was finally unsuccessful at Cemetery Hill, although
the Rebels seized some trenches on Culp s Hill.
By about 10:30 p.m., the day s fighting came to an end. The Federals had lost some ground during the
Rebel onslaught but still held the strong defensive position along Cemetery Ridge.
Both sides regrouped and counted their causalities while the
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Orca Captivity Research Paper
Killer whales, otherwise called orcas, are the biggest individuals from the dolphin family and the top
predator in their ecosystem. They are a standout amongst the most wise marine animals, particularly
because of their intense faculties of sight and hearing. Their excellence has surprised people for years,
yet for some orcas imprisonment restricts their opportunity and delight in life. It isn t just harming the
physical and psychological wellness of these creatures, but also represents a risk to coaches, yet
individuals keep on profiting from killer whales. In bondage, numerous orcas experience the ill effects
of poor physical and psychological well being. In the wild, they can without much of a stretch travel
50 to 100 miles a day. Be that as it may, in captivity, a regular tank is just twice their size, compelling
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Only one assault has been recorded involving an orca in the wild, yet this was most likely because of
mistaken identity, subsequent to the casualty was surfing in a region profoundly populated with seals,
orcas characteristic nourishment source. These cases demonstrate that unnatural living conditions in
bondage are the in all likelihood reason for forceful conduct and assaults on people. It is out of line
and unethical to benefit from the abuse of creatures. Orcas are the principle fascination at numerous
marine parks and, without them, park participation would drop radically. In this way, these offices
need to keep attendance levels high by offering shows that give entertainment and permit visitors to
see the creatures very close. Orcas are enduring major physical and mental issues because of their
bondage, for example, broken teeth from chewing on steel doors, dorsal blade crumpling from absence
of activity, and indications of discouragement. Nonetheless, the shows go
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Blood Borne Pathogens Standards
The regulations or statutes that impact health care is The Occupational Exposure to Blood borne
Pathogens Standard. From experience working in the health care Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) play a big part in infections control; I was taught to treat any wet or any that
you are not sure of as infection. I have to take precautions with any body fluids and take it as
infectious disease. The employers are the one who are responsible for providing the entire employee
and the facility with a safe and healthy environment. That where Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) come in play the employer enforces standards by providing training,
education and also assistance on how to comply with the Occupational Safety
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Childhood Development And Parental Drug Use Essay
I. Introduction
Parenting is the ultimate long term investment and it can be one of the most rewarding jobs. It starts
with talking, reading, and nurturing infants which leads to clear values in adolescents. Parents have an
enormous influence over their children s development and although kids come with their own
temperaments, it is ultimately the parents job to provide an interface with the world to help the child
prepare for complete independence in a rapidly changing world. Parents play the lead supporting role
in their children s learning and development and influence a child s well being. But what happens
when a child s parents are not actively involved in their lives and abuse drugs? This study asks: Is
there is a link between early stages of childhood development and parental drug use?
II. Literature Review
The United States Department of Justice National Drug Intelligence Center (2011) states that drugs
change brains and this may lead to addiction so it is imperative that prevention starts in reducing these
risks early . The most critical time drug abuse increases in adults is during times of transition such as a
divorce or loss of a job. In early adolescence, social and academic challenges allow for greater
exposure in the school environment. High school welcomes greater availability of drugs and at the
same time normal behaviors such as the desire to try new things or take greater risks, may increase
teen tendencies to experiment. Using abusable substances
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Salvadoran Immigration Policy
Caught in the crosshairs of a vicious war fueled by military aid from the United States, Salvadorans
throughout the 1980s and 1990s strived to make a life for themselves. Running from El Salvador in
hopes of a better future, they found themselves deadlocked in a marginalized life north of the US
Mexico border in Los Angeles. Without the law on their side, many Salvadorans struggled to obtain
legal admittance to the United States due to inconsistent and inadequate immigration policies
implemented throughout President Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan s administrations. In Los
Angeles during the mid 80s, a young group of Salvadorans emerged and called themselves the Mara
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Salvadorans that wished to remain indifferent from the violence and not align themselves with either
the government or the guerrilla groups were left in a hostile threshold of neither here or there. The
vicious civil war lasted twelve years and took more than 70,000 lives (Valdez, 2011, 25). Surrounded
by death, many Salvadorans found it difficult ... to imagine El Salvador without violence. As if
violence was part of its story, of its identity driving entire families, young people, and both army and
guerrilla deserters to flee the country (Garsd,
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Are Video Games Art No But Playing Them Can Be Summary
In response to the article titled, Are Video Games Art? No But Playing Them Can Be, by author Phil
Hartup, he makes the argument that video games are not art, but rather the audience that engages
themselves in playing them makes it art. The author uses examples such as Mona Lisa and Michael
Bay just to support his claim, and while his claims are interesting,some of the stuff he says can be
ridiculous, in my opinion. I, myself, disagree with most of his claims. Video games have a big
influence on communities just like art, and not only that, but without graphic ARTISTS, we wouldn t
be able to have these video games that we have today. Video games, in my opinion have so much
creativity in them that they should be considered as art.
Hartup introduces his claim by giving examples of art such as the Mona Lisa and a few examples of
things with what Michael Bay does in movies. There is no direct dialogue with art, says Hartup, in
which this case, I must disagree. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, meaning that all
those details in paintings you see must give you some dialogue if you think about it. Many people
around the world are influenced and engaged with the dialogue of art, trying to find a deep meaning to
them, just like they are engaged in most video games in the same way. There is a lot of controversy
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It was very structured and well put together, but in the end, I don t agree with most of the things he
says. I believe that if video games can tell a story and make the players feel like they got something
out of it, just like how art does as well, then why is there such a big controversy over this topic? The
way I see it, and how I will continue to see it, is that video games is just like art due to the emotions it
brings to players, and by me saying that it s like art, I think it s safe to say that in a way, it is
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1984 Commentary .
George Orwell s 1984, is a novel about the life of Winston Smith living in a totalitarianism state where
Big Brother has control, power and dominates the lives of citizens. There are many significant
paragraphs which stand out in the book however I extracted the passage on pages 127, 128 from Folly,
Folly, his heart..... to ...the absence of a telescreen because it has great literary insight and significant
elements of symbolism behind it.(This is where Winston heard the prole women singing for the first
time.) The first line starts of with Folly, Folly which is a repetition of the word twice. The word folly
basically means the trait of acting stupidly or rashly. This depicts the protagonist s emotions towards
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In the next paragraph, is the description of how Winston spotted the prole woman singing. The
window symbolizes a closure for freedom on the outside world. So basically, the women sings to the
outside world as a call for freedom. The motif sun, used twice in the sentence, The June Sun was still
high in the sky, and in sun filled court represents how far light is at reach for the women and citizens
of the country. The sun is a motif which represents light, brightness and hope which brings happiness,
however it is out of reach therefore they still yet to live in the dark. The descriptions of the women, a
monstrous women, solid as a Normal pillar, with brawny red forearms is visual image of how women
and people living in the state are unattractive as there isn t time to polish themselves and are only
dutiful and filling their responsibilities for the Party. The prole woman is also seen as a reproductive
virility as she is pegging out a series of square white things which Winston recognized as babies
diapers . The diapers represent the prole women giving birth to the future generation. The prole
women s children are a symbol for hope as Winston hopes that there will be change in the future with
hope that the proles will eventually come to realization and rebel against and overthrow the party. The
lyrics of her song foreshadows the future as it says, it was only a hopeless fancy, it passed like and
ipril dye which
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Drug War in Mexico Essay
Mexico s Drug War
Drug trafficking has become an increasingly growing problem in the world today. Illegal drug trade is
a worldwide black market consisting of production, distribution, packaging, and sale of illegal
substances. Although today s War on Drugs is a modern phenomenon, drug problems have been a
common problem throughout history. The market for illegal drugs is massive, when we consider the
estimated global drug trade value is worth $321 billion (Vulliamy). The most drug trafficking happens
on the border between Mexico and the United States. Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon said,
Our neighbor is the largest consumer of drugs in the world. And everybody wants to sell him drugs
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The government has made some gains, but at a heavy price. A total of 34,612 people have died in drug
related killings in Mexico in the first four years (Siddique). Most of these killing are between cartel
rivals fighting for the control of territories. There are five cartels operating in Mexico: the Sinaloa, the
Gulf, Juarez, Tijuana, the Zetas. The major cartels are the Gulf, Sinaloa and Juarez (Cook 21). Many
of these cartels have joined together forming powerful alliances known as the Federation (Cook 17).
The cartels work together, but they remain independent organizations.
Mexican Cartels are luring youngsters as young as 11 to work in their smuggling operations, attracting
them with what appears to be easy money for doing simple tasks. Cartels recruit children, who are less
likely to be suspects than adults and are easily manipulated by small sums of money, and face less
severe penalties than adults. Kids are asked to smuggle drugs, people and weapons through the border.
Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety says, They are U.S. citizens who
speak Spanish and blends perfectly in the other side of the border.
There is not a concrete solution to dismantle the drug cartels. The United States has worked along
with Mexico to fight and win the battle against the powerful drug cartels. They need to attack and stop
the source of power. That source is the money. To stop the flow of money, the demand for drugs has to
be stopped. Once the
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The Parthenon Sculptures
The British Government have an obligation to give back the Parthenon Sculptures in the British
Museum back to the Greek government. This is due to the importance the Statues have in Greek
Culture, the importance of having the Acropolis once again united, and the high level of evidence
supporting the claim that the British stole the statues. This essay will aim to explain each of these
points, a well as the British Rebuttals. Not only this, but a recount will be made on the attempt made
by myself and a classmate as we attempted to replicate this debate and negotiate for a peaceful
outcome.
Since 1983, after the transition from Post Civil War Greece to the Modern Day Democratic Greece,
the Greek Government has demanded the return of its ancient Parthenon Sculptures from the British
Museum in London. After Greece regained its independence and government, it has demanded for the
stolen statues to be returned to Greece so they can be united with the rest of the Parthenon and the
Acropolis. Not only this, but the Greeks put the legality of the British s taking of the statues under
question, stating it was through secrecy and conspiracy this was achieved. The British argue that under
law, they legally bought the statues from the Ottomans (The then rulers of Greece) in 1811 with Lord
Elgin. Not only this, but they state that they wish to preserve the statues in London, to showcase to the
world mankind s greatest achievements. While both sides offer valid and tenacious arguments,
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Essay on Tibet
Tibet
800 years of political unrest (1244 2005)
The moulding of history for political gain is not something new. It has been going on for centuries,
since the time of the pharaohs to even the plight of the white population under Robert Mugabe.
I shall be highlighting the case of Tibetan suppression under communist China.
Basically Modern Chinese historians and authorities have tried to claim that historically Tibet falls
under Chinese sovereignty and thus should rightfully, and legally be run from Beijing, this is not true,
as I shall be explaining in my report.
The first modern (post 19th century) Chinese and Tibetan hostilities began as a result of British
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Chinese authorities claim that Tibet was thus officially incorporated into the territory of China s Yuan
Dynasty (China White Paper, p3). Yet today none of the other countries once dominated by the
Mongols are oppressed by Beijing. And in reality Tibetans claim that they experienced more religious
freedom, resulting in Buddhism later becoming the official religion of the Mongol Empire.
Finally in the 15th century the native Ming Dynasty overthrew the Mongols. This, Chinese Historians
claim again, is evidence that China inherited control of Tibet from the Mongols, yet there is no
evidence to suggest the Tibet was in anyway controlled by China, and thus wasn t related to it at all.
Further more during this time Tibet and China existed, as completely separate and fully individual
states, although there was communication between the two there is no evidence to point to the idea
that this had any major importance.
The Chinese feel they have another right, although even by looking from their point of view it is hard
to see the reasoning behind it. Simply, they feel that they once again earned the right to ownership of
Tibet, on the grounds that when the Manchu Armies took control of both China and Tibet, Tibet fell
under a much sticker role. This is the simple chronology of it. In 1644, Manchu armies seized China
and established the new Qing Dynasty. Over the
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Golden Gate Bridge Monuments
Have you ever been to Mt. Rushmore? Or the Gateway Arch? What about the Golden Gate Bridge?
There s one thing these all have in common: they re all monuments that had a lot of planning go into
them. Monuments are built in order for people to remember and honor the past. Whether it be people
or events, there are many factors a group must consider when creating a monument. Monuments are a
physical form of a history book; they help re create and remember past events and people. When
memorializing an event of person, a group of people should consider cost, design, and text factors
when creating a monument.
The cost to build a monument is a huge factor in creating a memorial. The group would have to create
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Words can be tricky when they are being placed on a monument. One has to make sure the quotes are
correct. One has to make sure the quotes are perceived how they should be. One has to make sure
names and other words are correctly spelled. Is the monument even going to have any words on it? All
of these contribute to what one must consider when adding words to a monument. Any sort of word
would bring back memories of the event. As stated by Lin, words can be used to capture a specific
moment in time or a single event or a generalized image to resurrect memories of those lost in a tragic
event. This is the goal of any monument at it s purest; to remember an event as it happened. Words can
also depict important saying of the past, as it does the Gettysburg Address on the Lincoln Memorial
(Savage). This is cause for importance because it prevents those words from being lost or twisted in
the pages of history books. Words are of vast importance when building a monument, as they protect
the quotes and people of the past from being nothing.
Cost, design, and words are only a few factors that should be considered when building a monument.
As proved by prior facts, these by far are the most important as they dictate what people see and read.
Without monuments, the public would have difficulties remembering and honoring past events and
people. Not only that, but it ensures people remember and
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Stonewall Riots Research Paper
The Stonewall Riots
Obviously, the gay community will not stop to remember the major events leading to gay liberation in
the U.S. Those who witnessed the June 28, 1969 violent demonstrations by a group of gays at the
Stonewall Inn, located in the Greenwich Village near Manhattan, New York City, will forever
remember the impact of that early morning hours riots against police raid in the history of gay
liberation movement.
Greenwich Village is a known territory for sizable homosexuals; gays and lesbians. The huge numbers
of homosexuals in the region may be due to the influx of men and women who earlier served in the
military. The increasing population of homosexuals in the region encouraged the New York City to
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The early homosexual groups in the U.S. proved that gay people also play important roles in the
society, and should not be humiliated whatsoever.
During the last years of the 1960s, several movements were active, including the antiwar
demonstrations, African American Civil Right Movements, and the Counterculture of the 1960s.
These social movement groups together with the liberal environment of Greenwich Village, served as
the major influencers for the Stonewall riots.
The story of gay In the U.S. today is completely different from the way it was in the 1950s and 1960s.
During the 1950s and 1960s, gay people were only welcomed by a few establishments such as bars.
During that period, the Stonewall Inn, owned by the Mafia, was very popular among the downgraded
people in the gay community.
Despite the incessant raiding of gay bars by police in the 1960s, Stonewall Inn was the only place that
subdued the officers. Since the Stonewall Inn was the major place for male prostitutes, representative
of the transgender community, drag queens, and effeminate young men, they attracted a very huge
crowd that provoke
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Social Media s Impact On Public Relations
Social media forums have had a positive impact on the Public Relations industry in the twenty first
century. The massive increase in social media usage has provided a medium by which it is easier to
connect with a larger audience worldwide. This has resulted in an adoption of social media strategies
for many PR specialists. Sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow these specialists to keep
up with the public s opinions on current events as well as promote businesses or products. The public
relations industry is very different from advertising. While advertisers pay for exposure and visual
aids, PR specialists use language and conferences to earn the trust of the public. According to the
Public Relations Society of America Public relations is a strategic communication process that builds
mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics. PR specialists are image
shapers and storytellers that can be used to enhance, protect, and build reputations through any form
of media or self created production. If the news is bad, they formulate the best response to reduce the
damage. Their job is to create positive publicity for their client as well as enhance their reputation.
Public relations specialists over the years have had to stay on top of the changes in communication in
order to adapt for the sake of their business. Before all these new forms of media, the humble fax
machine was depended on to send press releases. Most early PR
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Economic Reforms Of Alexander Hamilton
There were many important people in America s early years after the Revolutionary War. Many people
would argue that George Washington or James Madison may be the most important person in the 15
years following the Revolutionary War, but there is one person who often gets overlooked. The most
important person from America s beginning years as a country is Alexander Hamilton because of his
economic reforms, his compromise with James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, and his
encouragement of manufacturing. Alexander Hamilton was very influential in America s early years.
He was known for his capitalistic views for America. He wanted America to become a thriving
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James Madison was one of his allies while they were trying to ratify the constitution, but after James
Madison opposed him because of how he assumed the state debts. Madison started a fierce debate in
Congress over this issue because the southern states had paid off more of their debts than the northern
states. His state assumption plan was not passed in Congress, but he did not give up. He invited
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to dinner in New York City. He worked to meet a compromise
with them within just a night together, and he succeeded. Their famous compromise decided that the
capital would be moved from New York City to Philadelphia, after this the new capital would be built
on a federal district between Maryland and Virginia, and Hamilton got the votes he needed for his debt
assumption plan. This compromise shows us how persuasive he is. He was also very persuasive when
he tried to turn America into an industrialized
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The Media Of A Middle School Student
As a middle school student, I was oblivious to the unrealistic portrayals in the media, but I was not
able to escape its harmful grasp. It seemed every girl at the school suffered with body image issues
because their perception of beauty is what they had been taught by society. Anorexia and bulimia were
far too common, while self esteem and confidence were very hard to find. Not only were the girls
trying to become beautiful, they were also trying to act older than they were. Starting at the extreme,
drugs, alcohol, and sex seemed normal; far less extreme were the excessive amounts of makeup,
skimpy outfits, and usage of the proper slang. These girls were merely doing what the media had
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Realistic representations of women in the media will teach women to strive to achieve attainable goals
that have positive outcomes. Furthermore, the media s definition of beautiful is not healthy.
While photo shopping may be commonplace practice, there are those who are taking a stand. For
example, the magazine Verily has made the promise to never alter the body or facial structure of our
models, remove wrinkles or birthmarks, or change the texture of their skin. We aim to show everyone
at their best, but also firmly believe that your best is not a work of fiction. Verily s column Runway to
Realway takes high fashion styles and makes them practical for all women, they even use everyday
women in the column instead of models (Verily). There are even individuals who are taking a stand. In
an article for ABC News, Davis and Millman talk about Julia Bluhm, a 14 year old from Waterville,
Maine, who collected 25,000 signatures on her petition to have Seventeen produce one spread per
month that does not use photo shopped images (Davis and Millman). Bluhm s petition and Verily are
showing the media that they want to see real and accurate representations of women. Someone can be
beautiful by being fake, but a women s true representation of herself is far more beautiful than any
photo shopped model.
It is true that not everyone in the media is a victim Photoshop.
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The Impact Of Nonconformity On Society
Rather than Love, than Money, than Fame, give me truth (Henry David Thoreau Walden) ,
Nonconformity is a when you fail or have a refusal with what Society has or wants, for a long time
people always tried to always do things always in other ways. It never worked until America started
blooming, even after America started booming many nonconformist were too come because in this
world No one can not be the same, we all want different ways to live. The world clearly can t be the
same at all. Many humans have proved this from Thoreau to Dickinson, NonConformity has had an
impact in society. People become adjacent from social norms due to the fact the normal doesn t fit
them, Many transcendentalist of the Reconstruction Era in American spoke their wise minds, To Be
misunderstood is great (Ralph Waldo Emmerson, Self Reliance) which is more rather a true fact,
Nonconformity can bring a big boom in culture and in change of a style of the people. which brings
me to one of the best modern day transcendentalist from the last century. Around the late 1980 s music
only had one sound, It was either pop or soft rock. A man with a booming sound out of Seattle ,
Washington soon prevailed and changed the music genre with the sound of Grunge, Kurt Cobain with
him long hair and sound took the word by earth from people who felt like they weren t accepted in
anyway, he let his light shine down on the people when they couldn t find the words to explain
themselves and let their
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Themes in Blue Velvet
Exploring the Dark Side: Contrasting Themes in Blue Velvet
The subconscious psyche is one of the most fascinating and almost completely inexplicable aspects of
human behavior. Even more intriguing than merely the subconscious is the notion of a darker, more
repressed side that many individuals refuse to acknowledge exists within them. In David Lynch s film
Blue Velvet, the director attempts to explore the psyche of a young man named Jeffrey Beaumont,
most notably the clash between his darker side and good side for the first time in his life. Using
themes that sharply contrast one another, Lynch provides insight into the character of Jeffrey and the
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Lynch chooses to use such stark contrast in an effort to establish not only the differences in one s
perception, but of the psyche as well. The opening sequence is used by Lynch as a metaphor for
Jeffrey s state of mind throughout the entire film, as Jeffrey realizes he has a dark side yet is trying
(most of the time) to suppress it. The town of Lumberton, like Jeffrey, is an idealized version of what
America and Americans should be like and yet, much like Jeffrey s mind, it is full of dark secrets and
contradictions. One aspect of Jeffrey s psyche being explored is the notion of his battle between
innocent love for a young girl and the animalistic lust he possesses for an older, more mature woman.
The good or innocent side of Jeffrey is personified in the character of Sandy. Sandy is often depicted
wearing light colors, with blue eyes and perfectly brushed blonde hair. When Sandy is first introduced
into the film, she enters through utter darkness, stepping out of the shadows and into the light in a
medium shot. Lynch follows this up with a long reverse tracking two shot in which Jeffrey and Sandy
make small talk and innocently flirt with one another. Dorothy s introduction into the film, however, is
quite different. The film first truly introduces the audience and Jeffrey to Dorothy with a subjective
shot from her closet. After breaking into Dorothy s apartment and
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Industrialization And Imperialism
Industrialization and Imperialism were the two main reasons conflict occurred around the globe. No
matter if it was industrialization of Europe or the lack there of in China. Imperialism would cause
issues for places like Germany and China in completely different ways. Both imperialism and
industrialization had positives and negatives, a lot was based off where you were located on the globe,
how strong was your empire, and who were your allies. Both go hand in hand with each other as they
would cause tension between empires and within them as well. Both would play a major part in the
rise and demise of some of the biggest empires.
Europe was one of the first places to industrialized because of the boom in population, and agricultural
changes. It was not easy to start off with, everyone was not in agreeance with this new idea. The idea
of organizing states around national communities eventually influenced political development
throughout the world. While organizing themselves into national states, western European and North
American peoples also embarked on processes of industrialization. Although industrialization initially
caused a great deal of discomfort and dislocation for workers. The enclosure movement that took
place in 1750 was a big reason as well. As Western Europe and North America would use both
industrialization and imperialism to dominate. They also inspired sustained resistance among
colonized peoples, which eventually led to the organization of anti
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Sexual Double Entendre Definition
The notion that a word as innocuous as boobies can be described as lewd or crude is ridiculous in and
of itself, but the fact that it got two students suspended is beyond absurd. And the school s initial
reasoning for suspension being disrespect, defiance and disruption is a clearly bogus one for simply
wearing a bracelet that offended a faculty member s fragile sensibilities. Then the school changing the
reasoning for suspension to be that the word boobies has a Sexual double entendre is just them
grasping for straws as nearly every word can be a sexual double entendre depending on the context in
which it s used and really why should anybody care if it is anyway. Even if the school contains a
policy regarding things that may considered
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Theme Of Motivation In Ayn Rand s Anthem
Jim Rohn, a motivationist once claimed If someone is going down the wrong road, he doesn t need
motivation to speed him up. What he needs is education to turn him around. Ayn Rand s protagonist in
Anthem, Equality 7 2521, lives in a society where almost everyone is going down the wrong road. A
society where it is a forbidden to own one s opinion, occupation or freedom. Although this might seem
like a black hole that one cannot get out of, Equality climbs out using knowledge resulting from his
motivation. Throughout Ayn Rand s Anthem, Equality s primary motivation of curiosity is morally
correct, however, when examining the real world when everyone strives from the same motivation,
there is a lack of justice.
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Equality s society is unjust because everyone strives for the same moral idea of equality. In the real
world, there is absolutely no such thing as absolute equality, therefore when a slight difference occurs,
there will be unjust. Equality stated, This is a great sin, to be born with a head which is too quick. It is
not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them. The Teachers told us
so, and they frowned when they looked upon us. (21) Even a small difference such as intelligence still
made Equality suffer. Motivation can also change one s morality. The society s morality changed
when all everyone push for is equality. Equality s journal claimed, What is not thought by all men
cannot be true, said Collective 0 0009. You have worked on this alone? asked International 1 5537.
Yes, we answered. What is not done collectively cannot be good, said International 1 5537. (69) In this
society, no matter how beneficial to mankind the aftermath could be, if it s not achieving equality then
is automatically morally
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Muscle Phsyiology Essay examples
Christopher Couchell
Muscle Physiology
Purpose:
The Purpose of this exercise is to understand how muscle twitch, contract and react to different
activities.
Exercise 1: Muscle Twitch
A. What is a muscle twitch? A muscle twitch is the fasciculation , or muscle twitch , is a small, local,
involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation visible under the skin.
B. According to the graphs, which muscle has the fastest twitch? Why?
The lateral rectus eye muscle has the fastest twitch. It has the shortest latent period, or the shortest
period of time between the stimulus and its response.
C. What is the latent period and why does it occur?
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With incomplete tetanus muscles contract but there is a period of relaxation between contractions. As
shown on a graph, it looks like a wave. With complete tetanus, there is no relaxation between
contractions and on a graph, this is represented by a straight line.
B. Will muscle fatigue occur quicker in complete or incomplete tetanus? Explain your reasoning.
Muscle fatigue will occur quicker in complete tentanus, this is because of the rapid contraction of the
muscle without any relaxation period.
Exercise 5: Demonstrating Muscle Fatigue Data Table 5: Muscle Fatigue | Trial | Start Time(seconds) |
Aching/BurningFeeling Begins | Arm Begins to Drop(seconds) | Duration (seconds) | 1 | 0 | 30 | 45 | 45
| 2 | 0 | 28 | 43 | 43 | 3 | 0 | 25 | 41 | 41 |
A. Explain why muscles get fatigued. The muscle gets fatigued because of a decrease of oxygen
levels, and accumulation of waste products and a loss of cellular energy. B. Which muscle or muscle
groups became fatigued with this exercise? The bicep becomes fatigued. C. What causes the burning
sensation in a muscle, and how does that sensation affect muscle contraction? Lactic acid build up
causes the burning sensation, the muscle doesn t work as efficiently when it s acidic. D. What might
have happened in
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How to End a Relationship... Essay
Relationships is a step that two people take since they connected in a romantic way. For some, it might
seem far away, but others can t wait for it to end. Some signs to know you re on a failed relationship
could be lack of respect, no time for each other, can t find common ground, tired of the same routine
and bickering and fighting. Those were some signs that some can be solved but mostly is of a failed
relationship. Ending a relationship isn t as simple as it looks, since there was love or some wouldn t
admit it but at least they cared for each other. One of the reasons you might be reading this is because
you want some guidance or advice, and that s why we recommend you keep reading.
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Try not to be cruel, be honest, don t say things that might confuse or hurt like bringing back the past or
the reasons why you want to end it. Be prepared for any reaction, the dumped can react since he or she
didn t see it coming. You should try to be comforting but not too attach but also don t just storm out of
there. For both of you to have a chance to move on, you should avoid each other and if you have each
other s thing try to sort it out so you both won t have an argument. The best lesson of a failed
relationship is to learn from it and don t let it repeat it. Also know when to walk away, why be
bickering about a lost cause. After the break up don t try to stay friends, you wanted to end it for a
reason so why go back when you can keep moving forward. Take some time for yourself since not
everyone understands that the one who broke up is also in pain as the one who was dumped. Because
you re the one taking the bullet and it s true since you might feel guilt and even though you want to go
and party to try to feel alive and free of everything, it s better to go to places you feel comfortable.
Just because you got off the horse doesn t mean you need to get back up after the break up. Since both
of you took time apart it helps with the healing process. Don t try to start dating quickly, remember if
it s meant to be, it s meant to be . Now that you re single you should change things like a new look or
set new goals and be happy. Don t be stuck in the past
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Scientific Revolution Enlightenment
Is it possible for a revolution to occur overnight? No. A Revolution is the wish to overthrow a
government or social belief to achieve a new political or belief system in the course of several years.
These revolts or breakthroughs tend to occur when the essential needs of the common people are not
being met. Between 1500 1800 in Europe, literature also reflected historical events including famous
romantic novels such as Frankenstein and A Tale of Two Cities. For my Winter Trimester Final in
Revolutions in Thought, I chose to represent revolutions by creating a tree where each revolution was
benefited from pervious discoveries in the prior revolution. For example, how the Scientific
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During the Enlightenment Period, philosophers questioned what is truth along with how to break free
from tutelage, instructions or learning from others. When the poor people looked at the way France
was being run, they questioned why the upper class was not being taxed as heavily as themselves. In
these secret meetings, a group of men entitled the National Constituent Assembly created the
Declaration of Men which stated Men are born and remain free and equal in rights (National
Constituent Assembly). This was the first document of its kind where all people could be created equal
no matter what class. Rich and poor would pay equal taxes and be given the same respect by the
government. This document would later become the first step toward writing a new constitution for
France. Sixty years after the French Revolution was completed, Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two
Cities, which reflected the French Revolution with characters from both France and England.
Throughout the book, Dickens makes reference to the comparison of wine verses blood and how this
symbolized the revolution itself. This comparison is shown when Dickens states The time was to
come, when that wine too would be spilled on the street stones, and when the stain of it would be red
upon many there (Dickens 22). In this quote, Dickens hints at the lethal mistakes in the revolutionaries
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The Human Genome
The human genome is a vast sequence of nucleic acids consisting of adenine, thymine, guanine, and
cytosine which are connected into a long polymer by a sugar phosphate backbone. The entirety of the
genome is approximately 3 billion base pairs which encodes for all functional proteins and RNA
molecules needed for life. Remarkably, only a small fraction of the genome actually constitute genes;
about 15% of the genome are genes or gene related sequences, while 85% of the genome is noncoding
(Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). Of the noncoding region there are specific regions that vary highly
between individual people. These regions are polymorphic, or in other words have many different
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The amount each sequence is repeated varies between individuals and the specific nucleotide pattern
can differ as well (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). However, high quantities of DNA were needed to
acquire accurate results when comparing VNTR regions. Therefore short tandem repeats (STRs), or
microsatellites, proved to be better suited for use in forensic analysis. STRs are similar to VNTRs in
that they are portions of the noncoding DNA that contain various amounts of repeated units. But in
regards to VNTRs, STRs have a much shorter repetitive sequence, usually between 2 to 6 nucleotides,
but sometimes can be up to 10 base pairs (Figure 1). The small size of STRs in comparison to VNTRs
allows for more efficient amplification of the DNA via PCR and enables scientists to use DNA that
has been more significantly degraded. Forensic analysts compare 13 different STR locations plus one
that determines gender of the obtained sample (Roewer, 2013). STRs vary highly between individuals;
for example, one person could have an STR at a specific locus encoding the following:
CGCGCGCGCGCG, whereas another person could have CGCG at the same locus.
In these tandemly repeated units, there is a higher extent for variation between these sequences than
found in gene sequences due to the organism being more tolerant to aberrations in these portions of
the genome. Therefore these areas will have many different forms, sometimes as many as 2000. Thus
if several
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  • 2. The Duty Of Journalists And The Public Interest The duty of journalists is to tell the truth. Journalism means you go back to the actual facts, you look at the documents, you discover what the record is, and you report it that way. Chomsky 2008 Working within the media industry, especially as a journalist. It can sometimes be difficult and challenging as you are more than often finding yourself having to raid people s personal lives to get a story. However, Is it in the public interest? that is the one question any journalist must ask themselves if they are to publish a story that may contain an individual s private information. Problems take place within the media when public interest is conflicted with human right and the right to privacy. You can easily validate publishing privet information as a form of public interest, but you however cannot justify the damages it may cause. This is where the media tend to clash with people. Some journalist may argue and say that when publishing privet information it is in the public interest but they must prove that. This is in reference section4 which states, The defendant reasonably believed that publishing the statement complained of was in the public interest. This is under the public interest defence, which was created under the defamation act 2013. The law was set up to allow journalists the right to free speech in reference to Article 10 stating Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. Not respecting people s privacy is one of the most complained about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Quadratic Formula Research Paper Completing the square is use to prove the quadratic formula. Given ax^2+bx+c=0 we first have to make the coefficient of x^2 to be one. We divided the original formula by a: x^2+b/c x+c/a=0/a since 0/a we still have our quadratic equation. Subtract that c/a in both sides: x^2+b/c x+c/a c/a= c/a remember that b/a is b/2(a) now we will have to add it to the root of two: x^2+b/a x+b^2/(4a^2 )=b^2/(4a^2 ) c/a next is to set up our denominators to be the same we should have (x+b/2a)^2=b^2/(4a^2 ) 4ac/(4a^2 ) now that our denominators are the same we need to combine like terms: (b^2 4ac)/(4a^2 ) in this step it resembles somewhat a part of the quadratic formula but we still missing more steps. Now grab the x+b/2a and subtract the b/2a also put the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Writing the y intercept in interval notation is [15/8,∞). The axis of symmetry has been found also which is where the x of the vertex is meaning that it is x=1/4. We will now find where does it increases and decreases, this should be easy now that we have our vertex and knowledge that all quadratic equations are parabolas. We know that the domain is ( ∞,∞) any line coming from the negative side it will decrease while the positive side will increase. Then the side that is decreasing will stop to decrease at ( ∞,1/4), it will then begin to increase at (1/4,∞). This time we are finding the x and y intercept, beginning with the x intercept we are going to use the discriminant of the quadratic equation which is b^2 4ac. Plugging the numbers, it will be ( 1)^2 4(2)(2) the solution will be a negative fifteen. The rule of a discriminant is that there cannot be negative numbers for x, this time there are no x intercept. the x intercept does not exist we will replace it with a zero so the y intercept can be found, by plugging the numbers y=2(0)^2 0+2 we will have the answer of y=2. The quadratic equation will be crossing the y intercept at (0,2). Now writing the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Personal Note On Social Acceptance Social Acceptance When starting this personal change project, I found it easy to find a subject for me to change because it was something that I had wanted to do for a long time. I am a people pleaser. I am controlled by people s opinion of me. Plain and simple, I want to be accepted. It is exhausting, and not possible. To begin to change, I had to embrace the reason s I was a people pleaser and needed others acceptance. Acceptance and Rejection The need for acceptance always comes with the fear of rejection. The need for acceptance is a powerful motivator, but the fear of rejection can be even scarier. We can all think of a time where we were rejected, and when thinking on that memory, and I bet you can still feel the sting. Fear of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Need to belong Nathan DeWall, a Psychologist at the University of Kentucky says that Humans have a fundamental need to belong. Just as we have needs for food and water, we also have needs for positive and lasting relationships. The need to belong can be so strong that we are willing to change who we are just to belong to a group. Most times it is small changes. For people who are people pleasers, we will go out of our way to help others, even if that means we are neglecting ourselves, just to get their approval. Self Esteem and Rejection According to Geraldine Downey, PH. D., professor of psychology at Columbia University, Research says that people whose self esteem is lower will experience rejection as more painful, and it ll take them a little longer to get over it, he says. Meanwhile, those who have higher self esteem but who aren t narcissists tend to be more resilient. Rejection for someone with low self esteem is more damaging because they are less resilient to the hurt. A step that I have only begun to work on is my view of myself. I am not comfortable with who I am. I am always conforming to what others want me to be because I don t have confidence in my true self. It is easier to be who others want you to be then to be who you really are. There is less rejection, if you go along with others idea of who you should be. My Personal Change Story I am controlled by others emotion, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Classroom Management In The Classroom Classroom management is one of the most essential elements of teaching. Classroom management refers to the wide variety of skills and techniques that teachers use to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on task, and academically productive during a class . Therefore, without good classroom management the classroom will not be an environment of learning, rather it will be an environment of chaos. My personal philosophy of education pulls elements from three different models assertive discipline, CHAMPS, and capturing kids hearts. The main goal of the assertive discipline model is to put the teacher in charge of the classroom. However, teachers are also expected to treat students as their allies in the learning experience. Although there are elements of assertive discipline that I do not agree with, my idea of discipline in the classroom aligns best with this model. When using assertive discipline, the teacher decides on the class rules before school begins. The teacher also has a system of both positive and negative consequences in place. Additionally, consequences occur in a hierarchy system, known as the discipline hierarchy. The discipline hierarchy is a system of between 3 6 different consequences that become harsher as a student continues to misbehave. For a first offense, the student is simply given a warning. If the student continues to misbehave than the second and third time they are taken out of an activity. The fourth time the parents are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Outline Janis Concept Of Goupthink Outline Janis concept of goupthink . Why, and in what circumstances, is it such a problem for organizations? PLAN homogeneity of Members social background and ideology etc Low self esteem induced by recent failures, excessive difficulties on current decision making tasks that lower each member s sense of self efficacy) and moral dilemmas (lack of feasible alternatives except ones that violate ethical norms) Hogg Group Cohesion Social categorization produces prototype based depersonalization. the social attraction hypothesis approaches group solidarity and cohesion as a reflection of depersonalized, prototype based inter individual attitudes (Hogg, 1987, 1992, 1993). A distinction is drawn between inter individual evaluations, attitudes, and feelings that are based on and generated by being members of the same group or members of different groups (depersonalized social attraction) and those that are based on and generated by the idiosyncrasies and complementarities of close and endur ing interpersonal relationships (personal attrac tion). degree to which the leader allows or promotes discussion and evaluation of alternatives . Shown by Janis enhanced model (1983) 2 different presidential decisions (bay of pigs and cuban missile crisis) only one condition changed within these 2 different decisions was the president s leadership style. ESSAY Outline Janis concept of groupthink . Why, and in what circumstances, is it such a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Narrative Essay On A Birthday Cake While i was sitting on the new couch i heard the cat meowing at the dog the backyard visiting the yard to mark his territory. As the dog left i took the cake out of the oven seeing the steam coming off of the cakes fluffiness the cat crept over and tried to slowly take a bite where I bopped her on top of the head she ran to the living room where she hung her head in sadness feeling neglected about why she wanted to go home with the owner. As i loaded the cake up into the car my neighbor across the street was wearing dark clothes that was clearly torn up good weather today I said whatever makes your boat float he said in a cocky way. As i approached my mother s house i had my dad come out and help me unload the cake and set it on the kitchen counter my dad said what a good looking cake thank you I made it from scratch I said. As me and my dad headed to the garage so he could show me his new collection of records my mom yelled abruptly in a dark scratchy voice Come eat! The kids went running to the birthday cake and stood around the cake that has melted in the sun making it black from the colors of the icing mixed together and now looking like something out of a horror movie. As the kids all got in line to eat a slice of cake my uncle joe arrived at the house and immediately jumped in line for cake Save me a piece of cake I yelled from across the lawn we will the kids yelled, when I looked over my shoulder I saw the cakes pieces disappear one by one until there ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Tattoos In American Culture Tattoos in Culture There are different aspects of every culture and the American culture is no different. One of the aspects of American culture is the tattoo. Tattoos have been around for centuries, they are also part of other cultures and appeal to a broad variety of people. Tattoos became part of American culture through cultural diffusion, which is where one culture shares its culture with another through direct contact. Recently tattoos have re assimilated into American culture and society by first being rejected by the mainstream culture to being accepted and popular in the mainstream culture. The etic perspective or the outside view varies because outside cultures, both agree and disagree with tattoos. Before tattoos were incorporated into American culture, they were part of several other cultures. Therefore, the cultures and countries that have tattoos as a part of their culture are more accepting of the tattoo culture in America. However, not everyone in these cultures approves of tattoos becoming part of American culture because they see it as mocking and offensive to their culture. This is because several pro tattoo Americans only like tattoos for body art instead of their symbolic meaning to other cultures and just attribute tattoos to identity formation and fashion. They are offended because Americans do not understand the actual culture and significance around tattoos. Except for a few Americans who connect tattoos with some symbolic meaning, the majority ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Home-Personal Narrative In my seventh period P.E. class Mrs. Greene announced to us, That it is cold outside so you can either stay in the gym or go outside. Faith, Jessica, and I stood up from the hard black unappealing plastic bleachers to go outside. As I opened the door, the wind whipped around my bare skin and leaves whirled along the ground. It is freezing; I m going back inside. I retorted. We were walking along the narrow hallway going back to the gym when we met Carlie. She gave us no room to walk by her so I retreated to the wall that way we wouldn t collide with each other. I turned around and saw Carlie bump into Faith. Move outta my way. Faith screeched ferociously. Carlie looked at Faith with her eyes glaring, but preceded to walk onward down ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I was hopefully praying she didn t find anything. Faith pulled out a shiny black and silver iPod; she then very sneakily put it in her coat pocket. I am not getting in trouble for this, put that back. I commanded as I scooted up the bleachers away from the crime being committed. Putting the purse down slowly Jessica, and she joined me in the top bleachers. Moments later Carlie the owner of the purse comes in; she walked over to her purse and opened it. She started frantically looking for her iPod, I could only assume at the time. Carlie stared up from the empty purse her face was blanketed pale white, her eyes seemed to bulge from her head, and her mouth flew open. She scanned around as if looking for answers when she finally gazed up at us. I knew my face read guilty since she asked us Do you know where my iPod and five dollars is? Faith automatically said No. Well, did you see anyone pick up my purse? Karlie asked accusingly. I haven t seen anyone. Faith and Jessica said. Carlie glanced at me; stricken with guilt I attempted to tell the truth and sensed the piercing eyes of Faith burning down my neck. No. I finally ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Native American Colonization Shortly following Columbus s encounter with the new world in 1492, European settlers would make the long journey to North America in hopes of land, riches, and freedom. However, little did they consider the lives of the Native Americans, who had been there long before Columbus s discovery , or how they would disrupt their ancient customs and way of life. Upon the arrival of the Europeans, the Native Americans were experiencing an agricultural revolution, where tribes all across the United States were becoming more sedentary, as well as developing new sources of food, clothing, and shelter. With the intrusion of the influx of Europeans, however, all of this was disrupted with their selfish and incognizant actions. The English tended to oppress Native Americans both economically and culturally by denying their potential contributions to help grow settlements in the New World. In contrast, the French developed peaceful, mutually beneficial relations with Native Americans in the establishment of the French fur trade and culturally befriended them. With England s growing economic problems due to frequent, costly European wars, and harsh manoralism in the countryside, the New World seemed like a place where English settlement could start anew, and create a perfect, cohesive society, unlike that of the flawed Old World. From the beginning of their intrusion in North America, English settlers sought to expand English rule and law over the Indians, who they referred to as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Morgana And Merlin Alternate Ending She tilted her head to stare at Merlin. You saved my life from that monster twice. I thought it was my own uncontrolled magic that caused his knife to burn in his hand and I was so terrified Uther may have seen what happened that I never tried to reason out what really went on. It never made sense for that horrible man to cough up a toad when the woman s story had already been denounced as a belladonna induced vision, and besides it was suicide to do such a thing in front of Uther. Other facts fell into place. You conjured a smoke illusion in front of witnesses, then used magic in full view of both Uther and Arthur to make Aredian drop his knife only days after the witchfinder accused you of sorcery. She shook her head. And you call me ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She should have seen then that the obnoxious prince was becoming a man who would question his father s methods, his judgements, and demand fairness instead. Morgana s thoughts went back to that incident as she and Merlin sat down to supper later. The lateness of the hour combined with an extended period of using magic had left them both ravenous and Essetir may be far from a wealthy kingdom but she could set a fair enough table for two. At the time that Arthur called a halt to Gaius s execution, coolly postponing his father s judgement over Aredian s vehement protests, and then demanded another hearing in front of the king, Arthur s boldness had surprised her. Not that she had ever doubted his courage, but it was the first time she saw him openly oppose his father without any prompting from her. Morgana had not so much as spoken one word to Uther about Gaius; too afraid to leave her room, too afraid everyone would see her terror and guess its cause. It had been Arthur who demanded justice. She spent a long time choosing a portion of chicken basted in mint to put on her plate, trying to frame the question she wanted to ask. Why did you trust Arthur to be the king he is? To build a kingdom where magic is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Examples Of Narration In The Awakening The style of the narrative point of view is vital in the meaning the author wishes to convey in their novel. The narrative of the text is imperatively central in the way in which the events of a novel are expressed to audiences, the way these are framed is very important in relation to the effect it has on the reader s impression of the events. The basis of the reader s understanding and opinion of the events in a text is hugely dependent on the outlook and perspective from which they are described. With the assistance of the narrative style in The Awakening, Edna s journey to realisation of the self and her awakening is made apparent to the reader, as we are given insight into Edna s inner turmoil and thought process as we see her reasoning ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her feelings are frequently revealed but the narrator persists to remind readers they are in fact, Edna s feelings, and not those of the narrator. It is possible that this form of narration is used in order to cleverly reinforces the alienation of Edna Pontellier from her society, as while readers gain access to her thoughts and emotions which are very personal, the narrator continues to remind readers they are a separate entity from Edna, which creates distance from the protagonist. This strengthens the ostracisation Edna is to be faced with once her true self is awakened , therefore this form of narration, in the context of the novel, almost prepares the reader for the coming awakening of Edna Pontellier, as she is separate and distant from the reader from the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Situational Analysis of Bmw Mini Essay The people who brought you The Ultimate Driving Machine are introducing you to The Ultimate Lifestyle Machine. The MINI IMC Campaign: Situational Analysis IMC Campaign Outline Produced by: Linda Brozowski, Christina Gunn, Roland Hancock, Mike Nakamura, Trudy Walter MKT 467 Integrated Marketing Communications Professor Joyce Nielsen October 7, 2003 Situational Analysis Overview/Intro The small car market is set to grow by about 50% over the next ten to twelve years from the 8.4 million units sold in 2001. The market for premium products is clearly growing faster than the total market, particularly in the small car market. Many customers will not compromise safety, quality, driving characteristics, and individualism ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Strategic Marketing Objectives Our marketing objective is to promote the BMW MINI to our target audience of driving consumers in their mid twenties to thirties with heavy television, print, and outdoor campaigning. The MINI will kick off its introduction with the first of seven new TV spots breaking on October 26th during Sunday Night Football on ESPN. The television campaign will continue to roll out over October and November on cable networks including CNBC, CNN, MTV and VH1. The strategy is to include this broad range of drivers offering them opportunities to take their driving experience to a whole new level, while gaining their trust and loyalty. Spot television buys will concentrate on morning news, prime time, late news, and weekend sporting events in top sales markets. We want to continually focus on our message to our consumer market of empowerment, independence, performance, value, and fun associated with taking ownership of the new MINI. Print advertising, which includes a large concentration of gatefolds, will include similar messaging to that of the television ads and will begin appearing in the October issues of more than 50 magazine titles. A special two page layout will appear in the Wall Street Journal, along with USA Today as our development team focuses on celebrating the reintroduction of the MINI. In addition to our print campaign, our MarCom team and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The Mexican Revolution Of 1910 The Mexican Revolution of 1910 set many influences in motion shaping the course of Mexican history between 1920 up into the 2000s. There are several patterns that take its cue from the Revolution include the creation and long standing existence of a one political party rule. The Mexican Revolution is an extremely long and complicated subject to perceive without much background information, but in summation the Revolution was an attempt to end a dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz and to establish a constitutional republic. Many problems arose during the Revolution, including several divided groups lead by strong willed individual lovely referred to as revolutionaries these included Francisco Madero, Pascual Orozco, Pancho Villa, and Emiliano Zapata. With threatening political crisis among competing Mexican elites and the opportunity for agrarian insurgence lead to the outbreak of the Revolution. The Revolution would leave lasting influences such as those on Mexico far beyond the imagination thought possible. The first pattern set noticeably in history would the creation and long standing institution of a one party rule over Mexican government. The first election of a Mexican President after the removal of Porfirio Diaz was in 1920 with Alvaro Obregon. (CMH, 425) Obregon would face harsh economic trouble during a post World War I economy. The most important aspect of his presidency would be to finally implement the constitution that had been written in 1917. Obregon faces a Mexico ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Essay Battle of Gettysburg Battle of Gettysburg This most famous and most important Civil War Battle occurred over three hot summer days, July 1 to July 3, 1863, around the small market town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It began as a skirmish but by its end involved 160,000 Americans. Before the battle, major cities in the North such as Philadelphia, Baltimore and even Washington were under threat of attack from General Robert E. Lee s Confederate Army of Northern Virginia which had crossed the Potomac River and marched into Pennsylvania. The Union Army of the Potomac under its very new and untried commander, General George G. Meade, marched to intercept Lee. On Tuesday morning, June 30, an infantry brigade of Confederate soldiers searching for shoes ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Cavalry leader Jeb Stuart had gone off with his troops to harass the Federals. Stuart s expedition would turn out to be for the most part a wild goose chase which left Lee at a disadvantage until he returned. Lee decided to attack the Union Army s defensive position at the southern end of Cemetery Ridge which he thought was less well defended. About 10 a.m. the next morning, Thursday, July 2, Gen. Longstreet was ordered by Lee to attack. But Longstreet was quite slow in getting his troops into position and didn t attack until 4 p.m. that afternoon thus giving the Union Army even more time to strengthen its position. When Longstreet attacked, some of the most bitter fighting of the Civil War erupted at places now part of American military folklore such as Little Round Top, Devil s Den, the Wheat Field and the Peach Orchard. Longstreet took the Peach Orchard but was driven back at Little Round Top. About 6:30 p.m. Gen. Ewell attacked the Union line from the north and east at Cemetery Hill and Culp s Hill. The attack lasted into darkness but was finally unsuccessful at Cemetery Hill, although the Rebels seized some trenches on Culp s Hill. By about 10:30 p.m., the day s fighting came to an end. The Federals had lost some ground during the Rebel onslaught but still held the strong defensive position along Cemetery Ridge. Both sides regrouped and counted their causalities while the
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  • 17. Orca Captivity Research Paper Killer whales, otherwise called orcas, are the biggest individuals from the dolphin family and the top predator in their ecosystem. They are a standout amongst the most wise marine animals, particularly because of their intense faculties of sight and hearing. Their excellence has surprised people for years, yet for some orcas imprisonment restricts their opportunity and delight in life. It isn t just harming the physical and psychological wellness of these creatures, but also represents a risk to coaches, yet individuals keep on profiting from killer whales. In bondage, numerous orcas experience the ill effects of poor physical and psychological well being. In the wild, they can without much of a stretch travel 50 to 100 miles a day. Be that as it may, in captivity, a regular tank is just twice their size, compelling the creatures to swim in little ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Only one assault has been recorded involving an orca in the wild, yet this was most likely because of mistaken identity, subsequent to the casualty was surfing in a region profoundly populated with seals, orcas characteristic nourishment source. These cases demonstrate that unnatural living conditions in bondage are the in all likelihood reason for forceful conduct and assaults on people. It is out of line and unethical to benefit from the abuse of creatures. Orcas are the principle fascination at numerous marine parks and, without them, park participation would drop radically. In this way, these offices need to keep attendance levels high by offering shows that give entertainment and permit visitors to see the creatures very close. Orcas are enduring major physical and mental issues because of their bondage, for example, broken teeth from chewing on steel doors, dorsal blade crumpling from absence of activity, and indications of discouragement. Nonetheless, the shows go ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Blood Borne Pathogens Standards The regulations or statutes that impact health care is The Occupational Exposure to Blood borne Pathogens Standard. From experience working in the health care Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) play a big part in infections control; I was taught to treat any wet or any that you are not sure of as infection. I have to take precautions with any body fluids and take it as infectious disease. The employers are the one who are responsible for providing the entire employee and the facility with a safe and healthy environment. That where Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) come in play the employer enforces standards by providing training, education and also assistance on how to comply with the Occupational Safety ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Childhood Development And Parental Drug Use Essay I. Introduction Parenting is the ultimate long term investment and it can be one of the most rewarding jobs. It starts with talking, reading, and nurturing infants which leads to clear values in adolescents. Parents have an enormous influence over their children s development and although kids come with their own temperaments, it is ultimately the parents job to provide an interface with the world to help the child prepare for complete independence in a rapidly changing world. Parents play the lead supporting role in their children s learning and development and influence a child s well being. But what happens when a child s parents are not actively involved in their lives and abuse drugs? This study asks: Is there is a link between early stages of childhood development and parental drug use? II. Literature Review The United States Department of Justice National Drug Intelligence Center (2011) states that drugs change brains and this may lead to addiction so it is imperative that prevention starts in reducing these risks early . The most critical time drug abuse increases in adults is during times of transition such as a divorce or loss of a job. In early adolescence, social and academic challenges allow for greater exposure in the school environment. High school welcomes greater availability of drugs and at the same time normal behaviors such as the desire to try new things or take greater risks, may increase teen tendencies to experiment. Using abusable substances ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Salvadoran Immigration Policy Caught in the crosshairs of a vicious war fueled by military aid from the United States, Salvadorans throughout the 1980s and 1990s strived to make a life for themselves. Running from El Salvador in hopes of a better future, they found themselves deadlocked in a marginalized life north of the US Mexico border in Los Angeles. Without the law on their side, many Salvadorans struggled to obtain legal admittance to the United States due to inconsistent and inadequate immigration policies implemented throughout President Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan s administrations. In Los Angeles during the mid 80s, a young group of Salvadorans emerged and called themselves the Mara Salvatrucha Stoners 13 in hopes of defending their neighborhood from other ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Salvadorans that wished to remain indifferent from the violence and not align themselves with either the government or the guerrilla groups were left in a hostile threshold of neither here or there. The vicious civil war lasted twelve years and took more than 70,000 lives (Valdez, 2011, 25). Surrounded by death, many Salvadorans found it difficult ... to imagine El Salvador without violence. As if violence was part of its story, of its identity driving entire families, young people, and both army and guerrilla deserters to flee the country (Garsd, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Are Video Games Art No But Playing Them Can Be Summary In response to the article titled, Are Video Games Art? No But Playing Them Can Be, by author Phil Hartup, he makes the argument that video games are not art, but rather the audience that engages themselves in playing them makes it art. The author uses examples such as Mona Lisa and Michael Bay just to support his claim, and while his claims are interesting,some of the stuff he says can be ridiculous, in my opinion. I, myself, disagree with most of his claims. Video games have a big influence on communities just like art, and not only that, but without graphic ARTISTS, we wouldn t be able to have these video games that we have today. Video games, in my opinion have so much creativity in them that they should be considered as art. Hartup introduces his claim by giving examples of art such as the Mona Lisa and a few examples of things with what Michael Bay does in movies. There is no direct dialogue with art, says Hartup, in which this case, I must disagree. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, meaning that all those details in paintings you see must give you some dialogue if you think about it. Many people around the world are influenced and engaged with the dialogue of art, trying to find a deep meaning to them, just like they are engaged in most video games in the same way. There is a lot of controversy with people ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was very structured and well put together, but in the end, I don t agree with most of the things he says. I believe that if video games can tell a story and make the players feel like they got something out of it, just like how art does as well, then why is there such a big controversy over this topic? The way I see it, and how I will continue to see it, is that video games is just like art due to the emotions it brings to players, and by me saying that it s like art, I think it s safe to say that in a way, it is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. 1984 Commentary . George Orwell s 1984, is a novel about the life of Winston Smith living in a totalitarianism state where Big Brother has control, power and dominates the lives of citizens. There are many significant paragraphs which stand out in the book however I extracted the passage on pages 127, 128 from Folly, Folly, his heart..... to ...the absence of a telescreen because it has great literary insight and significant elements of symbolism behind it.(This is where Winston heard the prole women singing for the first time.) The first line starts of with Folly, Folly which is a repetition of the word twice. The word folly basically means the trait of acting stupidly or rashly. This depicts the protagonist s emotions towards his opponent which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the next paragraph, is the description of how Winston spotted the prole woman singing. The window symbolizes a closure for freedom on the outside world. So basically, the women sings to the outside world as a call for freedom. The motif sun, used twice in the sentence, The June Sun was still high in the sky, and in sun filled court represents how far light is at reach for the women and citizens of the country. The sun is a motif which represents light, brightness and hope which brings happiness, however it is out of reach therefore they still yet to live in the dark. The descriptions of the women, a monstrous women, solid as a Normal pillar, with brawny red forearms is visual image of how women and people living in the state are unattractive as there isn t time to polish themselves and are only dutiful and filling their responsibilities for the Party. The prole woman is also seen as a reproductive virility as she is pegging out a series of square white things which Winston recognized as babies diapers . The diapers represent the prole women giving birth to the future generation. The prole women s children are a symbol for hope as Winston hopes that there will be change in the future with hope that the proles will eventually come to realization and rebel against and overthrow the party. The lyrics of her song foreshadows the future as it says, it was only a hopeless fancy, it passed like and ipril dye which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Drug War in Mexico Essay Mexico s Drug War Drug trafficking has become an increasingly growing problem in the world today. Illegal drug trade is a worldwide black market consisting of production, distribution, packaging, and sale of illegal substances. Although today s War on Drugs is a modern phenomenon, drug problems have been a common problem throughout history. The market for illegal drugs is massive, when we consider the estimated global drug trade value is worth $321 billion (Vulliamy). The most drug trafficking happens on the border between Mexico and the United States. Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon said, Our neighbor is the largest consumer of drugs in the world. And everybody wants to sell him drugs through our door and our window ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The government has made some gains, but at a heavy price. A total of 34,612 people have died in drug related killings in Mexico in the first four years (Siddique). Most of these killing are between cartel rivals fighting for the control of territories. There are five cartels operating in Mexico: the Sinaloa, the Gulf, Juarez, Tijuana, the Zetas. The major cartels are the Gulf, Sinaloa and Juarez (Cook 21). Many of these cartels have joined together forming powerful alliances known as the Federation (Cook 17). The cartels work together, but they remain independent organizations. Mexican Cartels are luring youngsters as young as 11 to work in their smuggling operations, attracting them with what appears to be easy money for doing simple tasks. Cartels recruit children, who are less likely to be suspects than adults and are easily manipulated by small sums of money, and face less severe penalties than adults. Kids are asked to smuggle drugs, people and weapons through the border. Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety says, They are U.S. citizens who speak Spanish and blends perfectly in the other side of the border. There is not a concrete solution to dismantle the drug cartels. The United States has worked along with Mexico to fight and win the battle against the powerful drug cartels. They need to attack and stop the source of power. That source is the money. To stop the flow of money, the demand for drugs has to be stopped. Once the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Parthenon Sculptures The British Government have an obligation to give back the Parthenon Sculptures in the British Museum back to the Greek government. This is due to the importance the Statues have in Greek Culture, the importance of having the Acropolis once again united, and the high level of evidence supporting the claim that the British stole the statues. This essay will aim to explain each of these points, a well as the British Rebuttals. Not only this, but a recount will be made on the attempt made by myself and a classmate as we attempted to replicate this debate and negotiate for a peaceful outcome. Since 1983, after the transition from Post Civil War Greece to the Modern Day Democratic Greece, the Greek Government has demanded the return of its ancient Parthenon Sculptures from the British Museum in London. After Greece regained its independence and government, it has demanded for the stolen statues to be returned to Greece so they can be united with the rest of the Parthenon and the Acropolis. Not only this, but the Greeks put the legality of the British s taking of the statues under question, stating it was through secrecy and conspiracy this was achieved. The British argue that under law, they legally bought the statues from the Ottomans (The then rulers of Greece) in 1811 with Lord Elgin. Not only this, but they state that they wish to preserve the statues in London, to showcase to the world mankind s greatest achievements. While both sides offer valid and tenacious arguments, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Essay on Tibet Tibet 800 years of political unrest (1244 2005) The moulding of history for political gain is not something new. It has been going on for centuries, since the time of the pharaohs to even the plight of the white population under Robert Mugabe. I shall be highlighting the case of Tibetan suppression under communist China. Basically Modern Chinese historians and authorities have tried to claim that historically Tibet falls under Chinese sovereignty and thus should rightfully, and legally be run from Beijing, this is not true, as I shall be explaining in my report. The first modern (post 19th century) Chinese and Tibetan hostilities began as a result of British involvement. In around 1984 China had strong links to Britain, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Chinese authorities claim that Tibet was thus officially incorporated into the territory of China s Yuan Dynasty (China White Paper, p3). Yet today none of the other countries once dominated by the Mongols are oppressed by Beijing. And in reality Tibetans claim that they experienced more religious freedom, resulting in Buddhism later becoming the official religion of the Mongol Empire. Finally in the 15th century the native Ming Dynasty overthrew the Mongols. This, Chinese Historians claim again, is evidence that China inherited control of Tibet from the Mongols, yet there is no evidence to suggest the Tibet was in anyway controlled by China, and thus wasn t related to it at all. Further more during this time Tibet and China existed, as completely separate and fully individual states, although there was communication between the two there is no evidence to point to the idea that this had any major importance. The Chinese feel they have another right, although even by looking from their point of view it is hard to see the reasoning behind it. Simply, they feel that they once again earned the right to ownership of Tibet, on the grounds that when the Manchu Armies took control of both China and Tibet, Tibet fell under a much sticker role. This is the simple chronology of it. In 1644, Manchu armies seized China and established the new Qing Dynasty. Over the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Golden Gate Bridge Monuments Have you ever been to Mt. Rushmore? Or the Gateway Arch? What about the Golden Gate Bridge? There s one thing these all have in common: they re all monuments that had a lot of planning go into them. Monuments are built in order for people to remember and honor the past. Whether it be people or events, there are many factors a group must consider when creating a monument. Monuments are a physical form of a history book; they help re create and remember past events and people. When memorializing an event of person, a group of people should consider cost, design, and text factors when creating a monument. The cost to build a monument is a huge factor in creating a memorial. The group would have to create a monument that fits their budget, or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Words can be tricky when they are being placed on a monument. One has to make sure the quotes are correct. One has to make sure the quotes are perceived how they should be. One has to make sure names and other words are correctly spelled. Is the monument even going to have any words on it? All of these contribute to what one must consider when adding words to a monument. Any sort of word would bring back memories of the event. As stated by Lin, words can be used to capture a specific moment in time or a single event or a generalized image to resurrect memories of those lost in a tragic event. This is the goal of any monument at it s purest; to remember an event as it happened. Words can also depict important saying of the past, as it does the Gettysburg Address on the Lincoln Memorial (Savage). This is cause for importance because it prevents those words from being lost or twisted in the pages of history books. Words are of vast importance when building a monument, as they protect the quotes and people of the past from being nothing. Cost, design, and words are only a few factors that should be considered when building a monument. As proved by prior facts, these by far are the most important as they dictate what people see and read. Without monuments, the public would have difficulties remembering and honoring past events and people. Not only that, but it ensures people remember and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Stonewall Riots Research Paper The Stonewall Riots Obviously, the gay community will not stop to remember the major events leading to gay liberation in the U.S. Those who witnessed the June 28, 1969 violent demonstrations by a group of gays at the Stonewall Inn, located in the Greenwich Village near Manhattan, New York City, will forever remember the impact of that early morning hours riots against police raid in the history of gay liberation movement. Greenwich Village is a known territory for sizable homosexuals; gays and lesbians. The huge numbers of homosexuals in the region may be due to the influx of men and women who earlier served in the military. The increasing population of homosexuals in the region encouraged the New York City to pass laws against homosexuality ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The early homosexual groups in the U.S. proved that gay people also play important roles in the society, and should not be humiliated whatsoever. During the last years of the 1960s, several movements were active, including the antiwar demonstrations, African American Civil Right Movements, and the Counterculture of the 1960s. These social movement groups together with the liberal environment of Greenwich Village, served as the major influencers for the Stonewall riots. The story of gay In the U.S. today is completely different from the way it was in the 1950s and 1960s. During the 1950s and 1960s, gay people were only welcomed by a few establishments such as bars. During that period, the Stonewall Inn, owned by the Mafia, was very popular among the downgraded people in the gay community. Despite the incessant raiding of gay bars by police in the 1960s, Stonewall Inn was the only place that subdued the officers. Since the Stonewall Inn was the major place for male prostitutes, representative of the transgender community, drag queens, and effeminate young men, they attracted a very huge crowd that provoke ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Social Media s Impact On Public Relations Social media forums have had a positive impact on the Public Relations industry in the twenty first century. The massive increase in social media usage has provided a medium by which it is easier to connect with a larger audience worldwide. This has resulted in an adoption of social media strategies for many PR specialists. Sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow these specialists to keep up with the public s opinions on current events as well as promote businesses or products. The public relations industry is very different from advertising. While advertisers pay for exposure and visual aids, PR specialists use language and conferences to earn the trust of the public. According to the Public Relations Society of America Public relations is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics. PR specialists are image shapers and storytellers that can be used to enhance, protect, and build reputations through any form of media or self created production. If the news is bad, they formulate the best response to reduce the damage. Their job is to create positive publicity for their client as well as enhance their reputation. Public relations specialists over the years have had to stay on top of the changes in communication in order to adapt for the sake of their business. Before all these new forms of media, the humble fax machine was depended on to send press releases. Most early PR ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Economic Reforms Of Alexander Hamilton There were many important people in America s early years after the Revolutionary War. Many people would argue that George Washington or James Madison may be the most important person in the 15 years following the Revolutionary War, but there is one person who often gets overlooked. The most important person from America s beginning years as a country is Alexander Hamilton because of his economic reforms, his compromise with James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, and his encouragement of manufacturing. Alexander Hamilton was very influential in America s early years. He was known for his capitalistic views for America. He wanted America to become a thriving country full of trade, banking, finance, investment, manufacturing, and commercial cities. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... James Madison was one of his allies while they were trying to ratify the constitution, but after James Madison opposed him because of how he assumed the state debts. Madison started a fierce debate in Congress over this issue because the southern states had paid off more of their debts than the northern states. His state assumption plan was not passed in Congress, but he did not give up. He invited Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to dinner in New York City. He worked to meet a compromise with them within just a night together, and he succeeded. Their famous compromise decided that the capital would be moved from New York City to Philadelphia, after this the new capital would be built on a federal district between Maryland and Virginia, and Hamilton got the votes he needed for his debt assumption plan. This compromise shows us how persuasive he is. He was also very persuasive when he tried to turn America into an industrialized ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Media Of A Middle School Student As a middle school student, I was oblivious to the unrealistic portrayals in the media, but I was not able to escape its harmful grasp. It seemed every girl at the school suffered with body image issues because their perception of beauty is what they had been taught by society. Anorexia and bulimia were far too common, while self esteem and confidence were very hard to find. Not only were the girls trying to become beautiful, they were also trying to act older than they were. Starting at the extreme, drugs, alcohol, and sex seemed normal; far less extreme were the excessive amounts of makeup, skimpy outfits, and usage of the proper slang. These girls were merely doing what the media had taught them; they were being, or trying to be, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Realistic representations of women in the media will teach women to strive to achieve attainable goals that have positive outcomes. Furthermore, the media s definition of beautiful is not healthy. While photo shopping may be commonplace practice, there are those who are taking a stand. For example, the magazine Verily has made the promise to never alter the body or facial structure of our models, remove wrinkles or birthmarks, or change the texture of their skin. We aim to show everyone at their best, but also firmly believe that your best is not a work of fiction. Verily s column Runway to Realway takes high fashion styles and makes them practical for all women, they even use everyday women in the column instead of models (Verily). There are even individuals who are taking a stand. In an article for ABC News, Davis and Millman talk about Julia Bluhm, a 14 year old from Waterville, Maine, who collected 25,000 signatures on her petition to have Seventeen produce one spread per month that does not use photo shopped images (Davis and Millman). Bluhm s petition and Verily are showing the media that they want to see real and accurate representations of women. Someone can be beautiful by being fake, but a women s true representation of herself is far more beautiful than any photo shopped model. It is true that not everyone in the media is a victim Photoshop. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Impact Of Nonconformity On Society Rather than Love, than Money, than Fame, give me truth (Henry David Thoreau Walden) , Nonconformity is a when you fail or have a refusal with what Society has or wants, for a long time people always tried to always do things always in other ways. It never worked until America started blooming, even after America started booming many nonconformist were too come because in this world No one can not be the same, we all want different ways to live. The world clearly can t be the same at all. Many humans have proved this from Thoreau to Dickinson, NonConformity has had an impact in society. People become adjacent from social norms due to the fact the normal doesn t fit them, Many transcendentalist of the Reconstruction Era in American spoke their wise minds, To Be misunderstood is great (Ralph Waldo Emmerson, Self Reliance) which is more rather a true fact, Nonconformity can bring a big boom in culture and in change of a style of the people. which brings me to one of the best modern day transcendentalist from the last century. Around the late 1980 s music only had one sound, It was either pop or soft rock. A man with a booming sound out of Seattle , Washington soon prevailed and changed the music genre with the sound of Grunge, Kurt Cobain with him long hair and sound took the word by earth from people who felt like they weren t accepted in anyway, he let his light shine down on the people when they couldn t find the words to explain themselves and let their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Themes in Blue Velvet Exploring the Dark Side: Contrasting Themes in Blue Velvet The subconscious psyche is one of the most fascinating and almost completely inexplicable aspects of human behavior. Even more intriguing than merely the subconscious is the notion of a darker, more repressed side that many individuals refuse to acknowledge exists within them. In David Lynch s film Blue Velvet, the director attempts to explore the psyche of a young man named Jeffrey Beaumont, most notably the clash between his darker side and good side for the first time in his life. Using themes that sharply contrast one another, Lynch provides insight into the character of Jeffrey and the struggle that he is faced with. Jeffrey is in a transitional period of his life, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lynch chooses to use such stark contrast in an effort to establish not only the differences in one s perception, but of the psyche as well. The opening sequence is used by Lynch as a metaphor for Jeffrey s state of mind throughout the entire film, as Jeffrey realizes he has a dark side yet is trying (most of the time) to suppress it. The town of Lumberton, like Jeffrey, is an idealized version of what America and Americans should be like and yet, much like Jeffrey s mind, it is full of dark secrets and contradictions. One aspect of Jeffrey s psyche being explored is the notion of his battle between innocent love for a young girl and the animalistic lust he possesses for an older, more mature woman. The good or innocent side of Jeffrey is personified in the character of Sandy. Sandy is often depicted wearing light colors, with blue eyes and perfectly brushed blonde hair. When Sandy is first introduced into the film, she enters through utter darkness, stepping out of the shadows and into the light in a medium shot. Lynch follows this up with a long reverse tracking two shot in which Jeffrey and Sandy make small talk and innocently flirt with one another. Dorothy s introduction into the film, however, is quite different. The film first truly introduces the audience and Jeffrey to Dorothy with a subjective shot from her closet. After breaking into Dorothy s apartment and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Industrialization And Imperialism Industrialization and Imperialism were the two main reasons conflict occurred around the globe. No matter if it was industrialization of Europe or the lack there of in China. Imperialism would cause issues for places like Germany and China in completely different ways. Both imperialism and industrialization had positives and negatives, a lot was based off where you were located on the globe, how strong was your empire, and who were your allies. Both go hand in hand with each other as they would cause tension between empires and within them as well. Both would play a major part in the rise and demise of some of the biggest empires. Europe was one of the first places to industrialized because of the boom in population, and agricultural changes. It was not easy to start off with, everyone was not in agreeance with this new idea. The idea of organizing states around national communities eventually influenced political development throughout the world. While organizing themselves into national states, western European and North American peoples also embarked on processes of industrialization. Although industrialization initially caused a great deal of discomfort and dislocation for workers. The enclosure movement that took place in 1750 was a big reason as well. As Western Europe and North America would use both industrialization and imperialism to dominate. They also inspired sustained resistance among colonized peoples, which eventually led to the organization of anti ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Sexual Double Entendre Definition The notion that a word as innocuous as boobies can be described as lewd or crude is ridiculous in and of itself, but the fact that it got two students suspended is beyond absurd. And the school s initial reasoning for suspension being disrespect, defiance and disruption is a clearly bogus one for simply wearing a bracelet that offended a faculty member s fragile sensibilities. Then the school changing the reasoning for suspension to be that the word boobies has a Sexual double entendre is just them grasping for straws as nearly every word can be a sexual double entendre depending on the context in which it s used and really why should anybody care if it is anyway. Even if the school contains a policy regarding things that may considered ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Theme Of Motivation In Ayn Rand s Anthem Jim Rohn, a motivationist once claimed If someone is going down the wrong road, he doesn t need motivation to speed him up. What he needs is education to turn him around. Ayn Rand s protagonist in Anthem, Equality 7 2521, lives in a society where almost everyone is going down the wrong road. A society where it is a forbidden to own one s opinion, occupation or freedom. Although this might seem like a black hole that one cannot get out of, Equality climbs out using knowledge resulting from his motivation. Throughout Ayn Rand s Anthem, Equality s primary motivation of curiosity is morally correct, however, when examining the real world when everyone strives from the same motivation, there is a lack of justice. Throughout his life, Equality s primary motivation had constantly been curiosity. During Equality s childhood, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Equality s society is unjust because everyone strives for the same moral idea of equality. In the real world, there is absolutely no such thing as absolute equality, therefore when a slight difference occurs, there will be unjust. Equality stated, This is a great sin, to be born with a head which is too quick. It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them. The Teachers told us so, and they frowned when they looked upon us. (21) Even a small difference such as intelligence still made Equality suffer. Motivation can also change one s morality. The society s morality changed when all everyone push for is equality. Equality s journal claimed, What is not thought by all men cannot be true, said Collective 0 0009. You have worked on this alone? asked International 1 5537. Yes, we answered. What is not done collectively cannot be good, said International 1 5537. (69) In this society, no matter how beneficial to mankind the aftermath could be, if it s not achieving equality then is automatically morally ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Muscle Phsyiology Essay examples Christopher Couchell Muscle Physiology Purpose: The Purpose of this exercise is to understand how muscle twitch, contract and react to different activities. Exercise 1: Muscle Twitch A. What is a muscle twitch? A muscle twitch is the fasciculation , or muscle twitch , is a small, local, involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation visible under the skin. B. According to the graphs, which muscle has the fastest twitch? Why? The lateral rectus eye muscle has the fastest twitch. It has the shortest latent period, or the shortest period of time between the stimulus and its response. C. What is the latent period and why does it occur? The latent period is the first stage of a muscle twitching. It is the time that elapses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With incomplete tetanus muscles contract but there is a period of relaxation between contractions. As shown on a graph, it looks like a wave. With complete tetanus, there is no relaxation between contractions and on a graph, this is represented by a straight line. B. Will muscle fatigue occur quicker in complete or incomplete tetanus? Explain your reasoning. Muscle fatigue will occur quicker in complete tentanus, this is because of the rapid contraction of the muscle without any relaxation period. Exercise 5: Demonstrating Muscle Fatigue Data Table 5: Muscle Fatigue | Trial | Start Time(seconds) | Aching/BurningFeeling Begins | Arm Begins to Drop(seconds) | Duration (seconds) | 1 | 0 | 30 | 45 | 45 | 2 | 0 | 28 | 43 | 43 | 3 | 0 | 25 | 41 | 41 | A. Explain why muscles get fatigued. The muscle gets fatigued because of a decrease of oxygen levels, and accumulation of waste products and a loss of cellular energy. B. Which muscle or muscle groups became fatigued with this exercise? The bicep becomes fatigued. C. What causes the burning sensation in a muscle, and how does that sensation affect muscle contraction? Lactic acid build up causes the burning sensation, the muscle doesn t work as efficiently when it s acidic. D. What might have happened in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. How to End a Relationship... Essay Relationships is a step that two people take since they connected in a romantic way. For some, it might seem far away, but others can t wait for it to end. Some signs to know you re on a failed relationship could be lack of respect, no time for each other, can t find common ground, tired of the same routine and bickering and fighting. Those were some signs that some can be solved but mostly is of a failed relationship. Ending a relationship isn t as simple as it looks, since there was love or some wouldn t admit it but at least they cared for each other. One of the reasons you might be reading this is because you want some guidance or advice, and that s why we recommend you keep reading. If you re still considering your relationship and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Try not to be cruel, be honest, don t say things that might confuse or hurt like bringing back the past or the reasons why you want to end it. Be prepared for any reaction, the dumped can react since he or she didn t see it coming. You should try to be comforting but not too attach but also don t just storm out of there. For both of you to have a chance to move on, you should avoid each other and if you have each other s thing try to sort it out so you both won t have an argument. The best lesson of a failed relationship is to learn from it and don t let it repeat it. Also know when to walk away, why be bickering about a lost cause. After the break up don t try to stay friends, you wanted to end it for a reason so why go back when you can keep moving forward. Take some time for yourself since not everyone understands that the one who broke up is also in pain as the one who was dumped. Because you re the one taking the bullet and it s true since you might feel guilt and even though you want to go and party to try to feel alive and free of everything, it s better to go to places you feel comfortable. Just because you got off the horse doesn t mean you need to get back up after the break up. Since both of you took time apart it helps with the healing process. Don t try to start dating quickly, remember if it s meant to be, it s meant to be . Now that you re single you should change things like a new look or set new goals and be happy. Don t be stuck in the past ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Scientific Revolution Enlightenment Is it possible for a revolution to occur overnight? No. A Revolution is the wish to overthrow a government or social belief to achieve a new political or belief system in the course of several years. These revolts or breakthroughs tend to occur when the essential needs of the common people are not being met. Between 1500 1800 in Europe, literature also reflected historical events including famous romantic novels such as Frankenstein and A Tale of Two Cities. For my Winter Trimester Final in Revolutions in Thought, I chose to represent revolutions by creating a tree where each revolution was benefited from pervious discoveries in the prior revolution. For example, how the Scientific Revolution s discoveries would benefit the Enlightenment Period. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During the Enlightenment Period, philosophers questioned what is truth along with how to break free from tutelage, instructions or learning from others. When the poor people looked at the way France was being run, they questioned why the upper class was not being taxed as heavily as themselves. In these secret meetings, a group of men entitled the National Constituent Assembly created the Declaration of Men which stated Men are born and remain free and equal in rights (National Constituent Assembly). This was the first document of its kind where all people could be created equal no matter what class. Rich and poor would pay equal taxes and be given the same respect by the government. This document would later become the first step toward writing a new constitution for France. Sixty years after the French Revolution was completed, Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities, which reflected the French Revolution with characters from both France and England. Throughout the book, Dickens makes reference to the comparison of wine verses blood and how this symbolized the revolution itself. This comparison is shown when Dickens states The time was to come, when that wine too would be spilled on the street stones, and when the stain of it would be red upon many there (Dickens 22). In this quote, Dickens hints at the lethal mistakes in the revolutionaries ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Human Genome The human genome is a vast sequence of nucleic acids consisting of adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine which are connected into a long polymer by a sugar phosphate backbone. The entirety of the genome is approximately 3 billion base pairs which encodes for all functional proteins and RNA molecules needed for life. Remarkably, only a small fraction of the genome actually constitute genes; about 15% of the genome are genes or gene related sequences, while 85% of the genome is noncoding (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). Of the noncoding region there are specific regions that vary highly between individual people. These regions are polymorphic, or in other words have many different forms. Some loci vary so much that it is rare to find ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The amount each sequence is repeated varies between individuals and the specific nucleotide pattern can differ as well (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). However, high quantities of DNA were needed to acquire accurate results when comparing VNTR regions. Therefore short tandem repeats (STRs), or microsatellites, proved to be better suited for use in forensic analysis. STRs are similar to VNTRs in that they are portions of the noncoding DNA that contain various amounts of repeated units. But in regards to VNTRs, STRs have a much shorter repetitive sequence, usually between 2 to 6 nucleotides, but sometimes can be up to 10 base pairs (Figure 1). The small size of STRs in comparison to VNTRs allows for more efficient amplification of the DNA via PCR and enables scientists to use DNA that has been more significantly degraded. Forensic analysts compare 13 different STR locations plus one that determines gender of the obtained sample (Roewer, 2013). STRs vary highly between individuals; for example, one person could have an STR at a specific locus encoding the following: CGCGCGCGCGCG, whereas another person could have CGCG at the same locus. In these tandemly repeated units, there is a higher extent for variation between these sequences than found in gene sequences due to the organism being more tolerant to aberrations in these portions of the genome. Therefore these areas will have many different forms, sometimes as many as 2000. Thus if several ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...