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Free Indirect Style In Atonement And Pat Barker s...
Through the use of free indirect style, the authors are able to offer shifting perspectives which allows
the reader a deeper understanding into the insights and motivations behind the characters actions. Ian
McEwan s Atonement and Pat Barker s Regeneration are examples of novels that use free indirect
style to allow the reader access to the character s thoughts within a third person narrative. The function
of this free indirect style is to allow the inner thoughts of the character to be known to the reader so
they are able to have a more varied understanding of the narrative being told. McEwan and Barker
offer multiple perspectives through different characters by the way of allowing free indirect style to
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The personal connection that Rivers feels towards Sassoon is stated through free indirect style when
both Rivers and Sassoon meet in the men s club. Rivers inner monologue in the club, discloses to the
reader that he has had parallel experiences with his patients in the way that both young and old men
have paralleled experiences (115). He is able to connect with them on a more personal level as he
shares his own hallucinations with Sassoon to reassure him (97). This free indirect style shows a
progression of connection between patient and doctor where Rivers conclusion in the novel leaves him
feeling unsure of the power he poses within the patients lives and if he s ultimate goal should be
sending them off to war. River s analysis his own dreams in free indirect style, of his past violent
experiments and compares it to how he treats his patients now. The free indirect style charts his
progression of doubting the war, especially when he sees the electro shock therapy towards the end of
the novel that reveals his guilt towards his treatment of
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Yhwh Research Paper
The Text as Theology
In its original cultic sitz im leben, where the psalm would have been sung in antiphon, the exhortation
would have been directed toward the congregation in the liturgy, whereby they would respond with the
second part of each verse, the whole assembly telling the wondrous story of YHWH s salvation of
Israel. We too can join in this choral liturgy, seeing the thread that is drawn from the pillars of the
earth at creation, through Israel s history, to Christ s cross and resurrection, even to our own day where
we continue to see the salvation of YHWH in our midst. The horizon of praise within this psalm
appears to illuminate the difficult path the Israelites have trod, and looks forward to the road of Christ
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At the beginning andat the end of the Psalm sits creation, YHWH s great gift by which and in which
we live, and through which He reveals Himself and His hesed, and is a point that connects us all.
Israel s history is become our history in Christ, and it stands as a testament to remind us of everything
YHWH has done, and continues to do for His people. The cross and resurrection were not the last of
His marvelous works, but YHWH has continued to act in the life of the church these last 2000 years!
Jesus is ever at work within our very midst as He builds His kingdom. He calls us to remember where
we as His people have been, and called to continue to keep all hope in the future we have in heaven.
Knowing YHWH s ever kept promises, and what awaits us when Christ returns, We are moved to
reach out our own arms in mighty ways, reaching out to all who are lost and don t know the all
surpassing, promise keeping, love and faithfulness of YHWH that endures for all
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The Interloper
In literature, there are some occasions where a character s feelings towards another evolve. These
feelings could go in either direction. A good example would be the story The Interloper written by
Saki. The story is based on a feud between two families on an argument over a piece of land
ownership. The theme is based on the enmity that Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym feel for
each other. We will see how the feelings were changed, what caused the feelings to be altered and how
it affected the story at the end.
At the beginning of the story, the two characters were hunting for their enemy in the woods. When
both men encountered each other there was a long silence, both of them with guns in their hand ready
to attack.
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Design Constraints For The Wind Turbine Tower
ENG 1050 Materials Selection Report
Abstract
After careful considerations of material properties with the objectives of the research (minimise cost
and weight), the material that would be most suitable for the wind turbine tower is low alloy steel and
for the blades, CFRP. Considering the design constraints, the tower is best designed with a hollow
circle frame with 5m (inner) and 3m (outer) radius which translates to a material cost of $4.96 million
(tower only) and weighs 7893 tonnes. CFRP is the most suitable material for the blade as it has the
lowest density and high fracture toughness and fits the constraints. Additional costs are based on anti
corrosion protection, CFRP production (based on blade length), transport and recycling commitments.
Introduction
Due to the dying ability of traditional fossil fuels to power the earth s power requirements, alternative
energy sources such as solar, wind, geothermal and hydropower are beginning to supply the rapidly
growing demand. Offshore wind farms, a clean energy source, are being introduced given their
consistent and relatively higher power output.
The purpose of this exercise is to design a wind turbine tower and blades to meet the service
specifications for an offshore environment. This involves manipulating the design tower shape and
dimensions, selected material while minimising the cost of construction and the weight. Given that the
turbines are to be offshore, we will also predict possible corrosion damages and
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Historical Background Of Hbcus Essay
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF HBCUs AND PWIs
INTRODUCTION:
There was discrimination between African Americans and Whites before the Civil War. At that time,
Colleges and Universities were established only to educate Whites; only Whites went to Colleges and
Universities. There was not any educational system for African Americans. After the civil war, to fill
the educational gap between Whites and African Americans, HBCUs were established. At a time when
Predominantly White Institutions(PWI) didn t allow African Americans to read in those Institutions,
HBUs offered the best opportunity for higher education. (Bush, George, President)
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The mission of those private and public institutions was to provide knowledge for African Americans
to made lawyers, doctors, teachers, etc. in a discriminated society. (Historically Black Colleges and
Universities and Higher Education Desegregation, March 1991)
In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the separate but equal doctrine and made a decision in
Brown v. Board of Education, and held that racially segregated public schools deprive African
American children of equal protection guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States
Constitution. (U.S. Supreme Court, 1954) Many public HBCUs merged with PWIs or closed. Most of
the African American students continued to attend after rendered the decision. ( Historically Black
Colleges and Universities and Higher Education Desegregation, March 1991)
Historical Background of
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Dance and Fashion
Danceable Fashion or Fashionable Dance: Either way, it works!
A Concept Paper Presented to Prof. Robert Rodriguez
Division of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences
University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Miagao, Iloilo
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
For the Course in Communications 2
By
Nohr Malynne Tabares
February 5, 2013
There s an exciting fashion trend happening dance. The dance and fashion industries seem to be
increasingly joining forces, with dance companies commissioning high profile designers and fashion
labels turning to dancers to optimally show off their clothes. The collision of the worlds of fashion and
dance creates alchemy beyond the reach of either one alone. Fashion is made to move in the ... Show
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It is also a reliable source of income. So many people do not believe they can dance. They think they
are uncoordinated, have no rhythm and most of all, they assume the ability to dance is either
something you have or you don t. They see dancers as members of an unattainable and exclusive club
of good posture, hours of practice and perfect young bodies with plenty of technique.
Dancers are often called the athletes of the arts and like athletes they undergo years of hard physical
training in pursuit of excellence. It is exhilarating watching human beings perform extraordinary and
courageous physical feats. In dance, this energy is used to tell stories and convey ideas, creating very
powerful experiences that can be dramatic, moving and even funny. (The Autralian Ballet, 2010)
However, if you are one of those people who have always thought you had two left feet, or are just
starting out, don t allow any negative thoughts deprive you of the happiness that dancing brings. No
matter what style: jazz, ballroom, belly dance or just plain shaking it to your favorite tune, dancing is
one of the greatest joys in life. It can transform your attitude in a second and transport you into pure
bliss. Dancing is for everyone.
On the other side of the coin, being a supermodel is somewhat the same as being a dancer wherein
there are certain challenges that need to be surpassed and most importantly you should ve the skills to
become one.
Gracing the covers of
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Transcendental Dialectic
The project of the whole transcendental dialectic is well known. Kant s primary aim here is that of
warning us against the danger involved in the misunderstanding and subsequent hypostatization of the
concepts of reason.4 However, this section of the Critique of Pure Reason does not play a purely
negative role; instead, it furthers a positive enquiry of what Reason is and what his contents are.
Furthermore, it also provides an explanation of the epistemic role played by these elements, the ideas
of pure reason or transcendental ideas5, defined as being those concepts which contain the
unconditioned .6 In other words, these concepts are related to the transcendental premises of any
possible experience, that is, to infinite and unconditioned transcendent objects unattainable through ...
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On the one hand, ideas must be purely a priori since they can never become part of any synthesis;
hence, they are not obtained by being perceived in experience, nor for that matter are shaped by it
through a causal relationship.14 Nonetheless, on the other hand we find that, as Kant explains in the
introduction to the Critique, a priori knowledge arises in the occasion of experience;15 more precisely,
ideas are awakened by inference in the occasion of experience.16 I am aware that at first this might be
seen as an argument against my line of reasoning: in fact, if an inference is conceived as being a
process of elaboration, we might then think of ideas and their conjunction to natural objects as a result
that comes after experience. However, by what I have discussed above, if to obtain conditioned
experience transcendental unconditioned conditions are required, then all these must be wholly present
in the first instantiation of experience itself.17 Hence, by inferring we are simply articulating the
shape of something already
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Report On Service Quality Of Auckland City Hospital
Individual Assignment Tutor name: Balakrishnan Nair Subject: Management in service delivery
system Course: DHSM 7 Student name: Barot Niranjan Topic: Service Quality Report on service
quality of Auckland City hospital I am Barot Niranjan, administrator of health service of Auckland
City hospital. Our CEO of Auckland City clinic, enthusiastic about enhancing nature of service so I
will give you comprehension of significance of giving administration nature of consideration to
accomplish consumer loyalty and client dependability. Meaning of service quality By method for
service quality is to individual fulfilment and at the same time change of nature of service quality. It
comprise of roll out improvements to constant change to accomplish great services of our association
to satisfy consumer loyalty alongside due admiration. It comprise of different measurements like
tangibles, unwavering quality, responsiveness, confirmation, sympathy are critical to improve service
quality for association. In a healing centre, it is exceptionally fundamental to give legitimate
arrangement of treatment to offer consideration to the patient, best case scenario quality. All the
restorative staff including specialists, attendants and administration staff ought to working all together
and give their sound information to accomplish palatable consideration to patient from doctor s
facility. Commonly patient needs to sit tight for a line. In this kind of conditions, service of
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Impact Of Globalization On The Changing Process Of...
Introduction
Although the organisational aspects and spatial aspects must also be looked at, the flows of
globalisation including economic, environmental, political and cultural change must be looked at in
terms of reconstructing places and specific communities (Knox and Marston, 2016). Global networks
allow the flows of globalisation to be reconstructed rather than effaced. I will focus on the economic
impact of globalisation on the changing process of economic character and development in London
and Sydney.
Economic globalisation has been defined by (Cloke, Crang and Goodwin, 2013 p.414), As the
growing integration and interconnectedness of a range of different dimensions of the world economy .
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A large portion of the establishments of todays apparently new global wonders go back in any event to
the time of imperialism, at times prior. Besides, numerous global issues are exceedingly perplexing
and show incredible spatial fluctuation, in this manner significance there are no simple arrangements.
In understanding these global changes in London and Sydney.
Globalisation of the capitalist world has vastly increased since World War Two with the growing
innovation of technology and communication, this has created a broadening global connectivity (Knox
and Marston, 2016 pg 86). Which with theses new innovations brings a quicker and more compelling
method for transportation and correspondence in places like London, helping to increase economic
global connectivity.
Globalisation has created a number of serious issues concerning environmental ,health, core periphery
disparity and security issues (Knox and Marston, 2016 pg. 88).These issues are reflected in London
urban development as this place has been resisted and subverted by the structures of globalisation in
terms of economic issues.
The capitalist and colonial flows of globalisation have allowed but the creation of world cities like
London, New York, Paris and Tokyo. These cities London in particular are dominant economic and
urban centres through business,
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Federal Communication Commission Research Paper
History of the Federal Communication Commission
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent Federal regulatory agency
authorized by Congress by the Communications Act of 1934 as the replacement to the Federal Radio
Commission and is charged with regulating all non Federal Government use of the radio spectrum
including radio and television broadcasting and interstate telecommunications wire, satellite and cable
as well as international communications that originate or terminate in the United States. The FCC took
over wire communication regulation from the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1934 and congress
had not changed the FCC s regulatory authority until congress passed the Telecommunication Act of
1996.
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At the end of the decade the FCC investigated a television scandal involving quiz show revealing how
the shows were fixing the results of some shows and the hearings led to regulations that prevented
fixing of television shows. As the country entered the 1960 s and 1970 s, the FCC entered into new
decades with more advances in technology in the communication industry and had to decide whether
to regulate the new technology, satellite and cable
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The Utilization Of Ancient Greek Values
The utilization of Ancient Greek values through the use of characters in Medea
Throughout the play Medea written Euripides, an assortment of unique characters are presented to the
audience. At first glance, the characters in the play seem to serve as the normal society in Ancient
Greece. This is true to a certain degree but Euripides intended it to be more than their standard social
roles. Euripides utilizes characters such as the all women choir, King Creon, Medea and others to
convey his perception of what is his modern but now Ancient Greek traditional values are to him and
even pushes the boundaries by breaking some of the social standards set during his time. With a
deeper understanding of the characters, the audience will be able to ... Show more content on
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The Choir s disgust of King Creon is evident in the scene where he appeared to banish Medea from
Corinth, the First Woman said I have seen this man s arrogance, I watched and heard him. I am of
Corinth, and I say that Corinth is not well ruled. (Jeffers 12) Followed by the Second Woman saying
The city where even a foreigner, suffers unjustly the rods of power is not well ruled. (Jeffers 12) The
repeated phrase is not well ruled undoubtedly shows their displeasure under his rule along with the
Choir s constant criticism of him throughout their dialogue. The women are also sympathetic towards
Medea as would any other citizen would feel because of the traumatic events that had just occurred to
Medea. When judging Medea s actions, no one protest more to her plots then the women, First Woman
I think you ought to persuade Medea to come from the dark dwelling, and speak with us, before her
heart breaks. (Jeffers 6) The women are attempting to persuade Medea from her dark thoughts but to
little avail because Medea ultimately commits her revenge. Despite the women s simplistic appearance
in the play, Euripides exploits their role to represent the vast number of ordinary Greek citizens and to
counsel Medea on her actions.
Another similar role the audience will recognize is the presence of a tyrannical ruler in the play, this
role is placed in the hands of King Creon, the ruler of Corinth. King Creon s
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Baz Luhrmann Belonging
Australia is a historical epic set in WWII and produced in 2008 by renowned director Baz Luhrmann.
Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman) travels from Britain to Australia to inspect her husband s cattle
station, Faraway Downs after his delay in selling it. Upon her husband s death, Lady Ashley joins
forces with the Drover (Hugh Jackman), driving cattle across some of the worlds harshest terrain to
save her fortune. Throughout the film, both the characters and land go on a transformative journey.
The film displays various representations of the classic Australian landscape throughout the storyline.
The film depicts the Australian landscape in both positive and negative lights, fully capturing the
essence of the setting in its dramatic format. The film portrays the Australian outback as an unknown
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Writer Marguerite O Hara states: This was never terra nullius and, as in most parts of the country,
white settlement was both disruptive and destructive of the original inhabitants way of life . This is
demonstrated by the main Aboriginal characters, Nullah and King George, who both live in their land
by the means of other people. They also practice traditional dream songs and sing the land throughout
the film in times of trouble. King George navigates the unknown Never never land during Sarah
Ashley s cattle drove to help them get to Darwin safely. The fading scenes of their journey along to the
sound of a didgeridoo and his familiar chants creates the idea that a supernatural force of sorts is in the
land which King George shares a distinct connection with. In demonstrating the concept that the
Australian outback has deeper meaning within the Indigenous community, Luhrmann pays homage to
the land s rightful owners and creates a deeper sense of national
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A Life Or Death Situation By Robin Marantz Henig Essay
A Life or Death Situation, by Robin Marantz Henig, New York Times, July, 2013, is a review of the
debate surrounding the right to a dignified death. It examines the purely philosophical view of the
issue; as well as the heart wrenching reality of being faced with that question in one s personal life.
Does a person have a right to choose how he or she dies? How does that choice impact the people who
care about about him or her? Should a person who cares about someone be required to cause or aide in
his or her death? These questions weigh heavy on the minds of many people, who live with injured,
impaired and physically incapable people everyday. I selected this article, because it is relevant in my
life. My sister, passed in August. She had suffered from lung disease for over 10 years, even though
she was totally dependent on the ventilator, she was conscious and alert. She was weak but, could still
walk across the room unaided. And if it meant that she could go shopping, she would have you pack
up the whole house; 3 tanks of oxygen, portable ventilator, suction machine, and wheelchair. Over the
course of her illness, the doctors called us to the family meeting about a half dozen times. Each time
we refused, and she improved enjoying another 6 to 8 months before a crisis. I am sure that if she
were totally vegetative, that we would have reluctantly let her go, but her time had not come. In the
article, the real life struggle of Margaret Pabst Battin, commonly
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Loung Ung Analysis
Loung Ung started with talking about her country and how amazing was her family and her life before
Vietnam war. Ung described her country and the life in there , and how her family and her were happy
and safety. Ung also talked about her family and her were spending amazing times together in cinema
, go out for dinner and other things. Ung also described how her father keep the family close to each
other.
Then Ung started to talk about what happened after the Vietnam War and how a lot of people started to
move to different place. Ung described what happened to her family and everyone got separated. After
Ung and her family also moved to different state, the military took her father and he never came back.
After three
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Rihanna Research Paper
Admiring Fenty As a Person and Brand What is the true definition of cool? I personally feel there is
no precise definition of the word cool . Everyone has their own distinct definition for the word. My
definition of the word cool is someone who puts their own unique stamp on whatever they do. A
person that loves themselves and the skin that they are in apologetically. The icon that represents my
definition of cool is Robyn Fenty, better known as Rihanna. Rihanna is the true representation of
coming into an industry and leaving a unique mark. When Rihanna first broke out, her unique voice
shook the world.She has an island vibe that can not be replaced nor duplicated.At the young age of
sixteen Rihanna was signed by Jay Z and from then out
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The Massachusetts General Orthopedic Associates Essay
In 1998, the Massachusetts General Orthopedic Associates (MGOA), a specialized unit within
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), hired Dr. Harry Rubash and Dr. James Herndon, respectively,
to help to remedy the annual financial deficits, which were financed by dipping into endowment and
borrowings from MGH. These financial deficits have been continually getting into MGOA s mission
of providing high quality patient care, research, and teaching (Barro 3). In the immediate months after
accepting their positions of leadership, both Rubash and Herndon steered the hospital into the green
turning a modest profit. However, it was clear that their new initiatives wouldn t be viable for the long
term. To do so, Rubash and Herndon proposed a new physician compensation plan. This plan included
a development fund tax, a bonus, in addition to periodic adjustments to a base salary based on
individual physician performance in regards to how profitable the physician was for MGOA. Initial
physicians reaction to the proposed plan varied, however, if the case study was an indication, Rubash
and Herndon were determined to implement their plan.
The performance pay compensation plan that was proposed implemented a number of aspects of the
Expectancy Theory to encourage intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in order to make positive gains for
both the MGOA and the MGH. There were four main aspects of the plan that had changes
implemented: Physician Base Salary, Development Fund Tax, Bonus, and
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Method Under Uncertain Conditions By Generating Fuzzy...
Sqfe method Under Uncertain Conditions by Generating Fuzzy Membership Function
Abstract: The quality based approach SQFE (Suivi Qualite Par le Fournisseur Exterieur) has been
introduced by three automotive corporations to measure the quality of supplier products. This
approach proposes a general criterion by which inspection samples are classified to different demerit
categories with different weights, to compute mean unit demerit for each measurable quality
characteristic. However, the assignment of an actual and crisp demerit weight to each sample is
unrealistic, in the face of the unavoidable measurement errors as well as the inevitable uncertainty
involved in human judgment. In this paper an improved estimation procedure which is based on fuzzy
logic instead of bivalent logic, is presented to calculate s. The fuzzy set theory is used to add more
accuracy and flexibility to the analysis. For this aim, likelihood view has been adapted to generate
fuzzy membership function, in order to assign the appropriate demerit weight to each sample. In
addition, a numerical example that evaluates products based on the proposed method and compares it
with the current standard procedure is presented.
INTRODUCTION
Many kinds of classification systems have been provided in various military and International
organizations for Standardization (ISO)such as, quality rating systems which have been applied and
extended to define, classify, and evaluate none conformities
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Innovator Speculation And Its Effect On The Body And For...
Innovator speculation was equipped towards the masses and for the great of society; for instance,
understudies of the Bauhaus were urged to plan items that could be produced on a mechanical scale
and sold at moderate costs (Ryan, 2010). The thoughts of shape takes after capacity and toning it down
would be ideal Another focal rule of modern configuration is the thought of frame takes after capacity
, which implies that plan or engineering ought to exist essentially to fill specific needs. This thought is
al so in agreement with the standard of toning it down would be best . Current architects were looking
for basic, general and indifferent structures to be tuned in to the mechanical age, for example, clean
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At the heart of this was the idea that sort could be expressive, and forego the requests of moderation,
for flashiness, for this reason. Subsequently content might be set utilizing numerous textual styles in
numerous courses of action, perfect or worn out, methodical or disordered. Singular letters could be
the subject of a craftsman s consideration, and, in resistance to the straightness and normality of sans
serif, shape, spiked edges and conflicting measuring are a few components blazoned on remarkable
occasions of postmodern visual communication. The move to utilization of PCs had an extensive
impact in postmodernist typographical developments too, with these supporting the procedures of
configuration, and giving new media and markets to typography to declare itself in , for example,
computer games, where the lettering in results of the period turned out to be noticeably strong and
took a stab at stylish interest. In different cases the generative contrasts between customarily delivered
and PC created sort offered a methods for expressive differentiation, where both were fused in a
specific bit of visual depiction. Speculations that may relate to the movements amongst present day
and postmodern typography while examining particular bits of configuration incorporate clash
hypotheses (woman s rights, Marxism and so forth.) and also models of brain research and therapy,
and the more extensive thoughts in the logic of
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Education Reform For The United States
Education in America started with the Pilgrims in the early 1600 s. The first public school was opened
in 1635 in Boston Massachusetts. In 1642, Massachusetts started an education reform that stated Any
child not properly educated would apprentice to a trade . This education reform was created because
they believed it was important for children and citizens to be able to read the laws of the land. This
was the first law that required children to be education. If they were not properly educated they would
be moved from their home to a better fit environment where they would be able to learn. Virginia then
followed with a similar law in 1646. In 1647 Massachusetts founded an act called Old Deluder Satan
Act . This act required towns of more than fifty families to hire a teacher for reading and writing.
Towns of more than a hundred families had to establish a grammar school which served as college
preparation. Dame schools taught reading and writing to females because this was all they were
expected to learn so that they would not have the same intellect as men. Their classes were held in the
teacher s kitchen who continued her chores while the students did their lessons. At the beginning of
the 20th century, parents and public schools began demanding more practical and useful curriculums.
Growing up with my mom as a teacher I know how much time they spend working and helping their
students learn and achieve so many things and how little they receive back in
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The Ancient Greek Olympics
People with the greatest honor are remembered in the Olympics. The Olympics had started a
revolution that is still on today; it has brought the most talented people together to compete in events
to show each others great ability. The olympics is the new age of competitive sports that will lead
people to unlock their full potential, and start a story that will never be forgotten. The Ancient greece
olympic games go back to 776 bc in a little village called Olympia. The games were a religious event
that was performed to honor the ancient Greek God Zeus. The games were held every four years. The
Greeks had four national sports festivals, where athletes from near cities come to compete. Which
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The disc can be thrown by released by throwing the disc with a swing.. Both with the farthest point
wins the prize. Running, and wrestling were also to activities that were performed in the Ancient
Greek Arena. The marathon was introduced in 490 B.C, a little before the ancient Greek arena. It was
later introduced in the olympic games in 1896 in athens. The distance to the modern marathon, was 26
miles and 38 yards. Wrestling was one of the games that was brought in to the olympics by the greeks.
Wrestling is still happening today, where to opponents wrestle to win the gold prize ( The pen
Museum 2015). Running, and wrestling had brought to be the two major sports from ancient greek
Area to today s modern days. Running has brought people from all around the world to compete in
one event, and shoot for the gold prize. wrestling in the other hand had brought, people to compete
with all might and bathe in owns glory. Over the course of history, Ancient Greek Olympics games
have influenced modern day olympics. In ancient greek olympics precise picked sports were shown to
the modern day, by having the same activities, and also how exactly they were
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Informative Essay On Black Violin
Black violin completely changed my impression of what it means to be a violin player. I had only ever
heard traditional violin music played by classical musicians. The music was always slow and calming,
and I had never imagined a violin being used in so many different genres. During the performance,
Black Violin not only used their violins for soothing music, but they incorporated it into almost every
style of music possible: rap, R B, hip hop, alternative, dubstep, and pop. Every time I thought they had
used their violins in every way possible, they proved me wrong. Each new song was exciting and
surprising to see what Black Violin could do to put their spin on a song. Besides music, Black Violin
made me consider stereotypes. I always pictured
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Taoism
Taoism
Taoism is a religion as well as a philosophy that can be dated all the way back to around 500 B.C. It is
one of the two dominant religions in China. Taoism is also termed Daoism in the more common
language system, called Hanyu Pinyin, representing Chinese letters using Roman letters and is more
commonly used amongst China and around the world.
Like the Christian faith, they too use a sacred book, Tao Te Ching written by the great Sage, Lao Tzu
as a guidance. This text has been translated almost as much as the Christian Holy Bible it. It consists
of 81 poems or chapters that are quite broad and vague and because of this, it can be interpreted and
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A sage is one who is simple, tranquil, very open to life, intelligent, and reserved. He is not arrogant
and careless to such political affairs, does not seek fame, and does not discriminate opposites but
embraces them. The sage is indifferent to success or failure. He understands that life driven by self
centered ambition will never make sense, no matter how successful you are or with how many positive
externals you care to adorn it. When one does not let nature take its course, one may fail. He
understands that one may very much succeed but also has the ability to very much fail. To be a sage is
to be a man of peace. One avoids conflict, and steers away from violence. One is not intimidated of
death nor does one fear death. Life itself acquires meaning only when one satisfies ones spiritual
needs by living in total harmony with the Tao. He must seek Supreme Ultimate which is the sum of all
specific principles. The Supreme Ultimate really is nothing within itself, but concentration of
responsiveness to principle as it is immanent and real in the affairs of daily life. So to become a sage
may seem difficult but achievable if clarity is what is being
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Logarithms Invented
The definition of a logarithm is the exponent of the power to which a base number must be raised to
equal a given number. A question that has been around for ages presents the question of whether a
logarithm is an invention or a discovery. Logarithms are essentially the same as mathematics, so
likewise, the question also queries whether mathematics is an invention or a discovery. The primary
difference between an invention or discovery is the existence of the thing being discussed. If the thing
did not exist before someone brought it into existence, then the thing was invented; however, if the
thing did exist before its existence was known, then it was discovered. In part, logarithms and
mathematics are both invented and discovered. Someone invented their existence and discovered the
facts to support their ideas, as all experiments go. laws of logarithms This abstract mathematical
concept was conceived in the 17th century in order to drastically decrease the amount of time required
for the multiplication of large numbers. The first to publish ideas on this particular subject is a Scottish
mathematician named John Napier in his text Description of the Marvelous Canon of Logarithms in
the year 1614. Years later, a Swiss mathematician named Joost Bürg published his work Arithmetic
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Later on, the logarithmic spiral, otherwise known as the equiangular spiral, was put into theory by
Rene Descartes. This spiral is also called the nature spiral for it describes the curves of many things
found in nature. Logarithms were especially notable in the fields of astronomy and navigation. In
more modern fields, logarithms are vital in physics, statistics, economics, and many other fields that
utilize this indispensable field of
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The Pearl Meaning
Enchanting. Glossy. A radiant angelic white. These are the words that could be used to describe at first
a giant pearl called the Pearl of the World that a Native Mexican man named Kino found. But as the
story progresses, those adjectives changed dramatically as Kino first sees an innocent pearl that will
save his family from poverty into Being blinded by hopefulness prevents Kino from seeing the
unbearable truth until its consequences overwhelmed him. Kino is pushed through trial after trial,
holding onto the tiniest milligram of hope to search for an impossible result to happen to him and his
family. But Kino had become as deadly as steel. Deliberately he threw the lever of the rifle, and then
he raised the gun and aimed deliberately and fired (87). Kino was willing to kill three men to protect
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He saw her move toward the fireplace...she was black in the doorway, and then she was gone...Her
arm was up to throw when he leaped at her and caught her arm and wrenched the pearl from her (58
59). Juana steals the pearl because she can see its terrible consequences if they keep it. Juana s
attempted theft of the pearl shows that even Kino s closest family member cares for him enough to try
to throw the pearl away to keep Kino from suffering its unknown consequences. It is the pearl, said
Juan Tomas. There is a devil in this pearl. You should have sold it and passed on the devil. Perhaps
you can still sell it and buy peace for yourself (65). Juan Tomas worries for his brother and his family
s safety so he advises Kino to sell it cheaply to have peace again. Kino s own brother warned him
about the pearl s dangers even though is Kino did become rich, he would have given some of the
money to Juan Tomas which meant that Juan Tomas was sincerely scared for Kino about the pearl s
consequences and not out of greediness for
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Dark Imagery In Wise Blood By Flannery O Connor
Through the use of the dark imagery and the Essex, religious symbolism in Wise Blood appears again
and again to prove that the longings of the heart cannot be found in the world. O Connor uses darkness
to delve into certain aspects of each character. She depicts Taulkinham as a grim place. When the main
character, Haze, begins his new life in this new town, it is depicted to have a black sky, he soon sees a
man with a black suit and a black hat... accompanies a girl with her black dress and black knitted cap...
(O Connor 35). Not only does this act as a haunting description of setting, but these dark details can
act as bold and bright red flags, for these characters dressed in black and this depressing town looming
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The darkness in Hazel s eyes at the end of the novel is comforting and symbolizes salvation (Brown).
The darkness that Enoch runs into, and is wearing, symbolizes alienation and friendship. TOne of the
few female characters presented is a young lady named Sabbath and her blind father Asa. The eyes of
Asa, and his daughter s weird sexual fetish with Hazel, represent the symbol of innocence, ultimate
demise, and hopelessness. She uses the symbol of darkness throughout the novel as a recurring object
to justify salvation, alienation, friendship, blindness, and redemption. The darkness symbolizes the
redemption. Ultimate salvation that is supposedly coming to Hazel. The color of the suit is black;
therefore, the darkness, embedded in the suit, symbolizes his salvation and redemption throughout the
novel. He wears it and it wears him. It is inescapable. The blind theme of the novel has nothing to do
with human eyes. It has to do with the fact that the characters have all blinded themselves; they have
shut their eyes to the truth of Christ (Brown). Blindness is not something to envy and is no less than a
handicap, but it s an easy out from the truth of
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Psychological Theories Of Assault
Assault is a violent crime that requires offensive touching, hitting, or frightening the victim by word
or deed. Assault crime can be upgraded to a felony when weapons are involved or abusing a victim
during the commission of a felony. Although assault can happen during crimes like robbery and
homicide, abuse happen mostly within a family or relationship (for example child abuse, parental
abuse, dating violence).
Psychological theory explains why a person will have a abuser behavior.. When looking at
psychological theory at the psychodynamic perspective, psychodynamic theory suggest human
personality is controlled by unconscious mental process that develop early in childhood. This theory
suggest how a person behave is greatly dependent on the
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How To Write A Reflective Account Of An Unforgettable...
This nine weeks practicum is an unforgettable experience for me. I have been to the pediatric ward
4B, surgical ward S2B and medical ward E7. Three different ward have provided an opportunity for
me to learn different skills, to practice the skills that I have learnt at school and gain different
experiences.
Firstly, the first three weeks in 4B I was unable to perform any treatment expect baby bath and taking
the vital signs. In the beginning I found that it is quite difficult to take the vital signs of the children
especially the apical rate and respiration rate because they always scar of nurse, they usually cry and
shout which would disturb you to listen the apical rate and it is quite difficult to listen to the apical
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Also, I have learnt about the items in the per op check list, how the nurse do the checklist with the
patient. Additionally, I have known more about the post operation care for the patient with different
surgeries.
Furthermore, during the last three weeks of the practicum in E7 I have gain experience to observe
some procedures that are not usually done in the ward like removal of chest drainage and got chance
to learn how to interview the patient during admission although most of the patients are admitted for
the oesophagogastroduodenoscopy and colonscopy.
I think the interview during admission is quite difficult because it is an important method to
understand more about the patient discomfort and their background for example medical history,
surgical history, allergic, body condition. Moreover, as some of the patient might not tell the true
information as they might be nervous when admit to the hospital. The most difficult thing during the
nursing interview during admission is spelling the surgical the name and some of the terms for the
medical history. Therefore, it is important for me to improve the spelling of the medical and surgical
terms and study harder to learn more medical and surgical
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Call Of Duty Zombies Essay
Call of Duty Zombies is a side game mode developed by Treyarch. It was introduced as a game mode
after you beat campaign in Call of Duty World at War. Its first map was named Nacht Der Untoten,
German for night of the living dead. It was based off the map airfield. It featured a player which
survive endless hordes of zombies until they die. They had to get points by killing zombies and
rebuilding barriers. With points you could by doors and points. When more maps were made we got
perks, drinks that power up the player. The game mode was just for fun until the released the 3rd DLC
pack for World at War. The new map Der Riese or The Giant made a story. The Zombies story is
interesting topic that just reached a end in 2016 with its final map, Revelations.
The Giant gave us more information about our four characters Richtofen, Dempsey, Nikolai, and
Takeo. We learn that the zombie outbreak started when Richtofen and group 935 try to make an
undead army to help the Nazi s win World War II. Instead the test subjects turn against the scientists.
When Richtofen tries to kill his partner, Dr. Maxis and his daughter Samantha, they teleport to
different places. Maxis becomes a robot and Samantha walks into Agartha, the device that lets people
control the zombies. Years later ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They try to kill Richtofen until hordes of zombies come. After origins we got Shadows of Evil.
Shadows of Evils had 4 new characters listening to a figure named shadowman. After doing the easter
egg we capture the shadowman in the summoning key. As our characters almost et home richtofen
steals it and leaves. We see our Origins characters in The Giant (Remastered). Richtofen kills his older
self and proceeds to help the crew with wiping out the zombies. In the next map Der Eisendrache we
discover we need to kill out 1.0 selves and put their soul in the summoning key. After they all were
captured they were sent to the house, where they became
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Obtaining A Degree In Interdisciplinary Studies
Benefits of Obtaining a Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary studies is defined as the
combination of more than one academic discipline being used or studied simultaneously. As our world
and technology continue to build and expand it is paramount that we accept the increased need for
interdisciplinary learning. This form of learning is key to solving future problems as well as
preventing them. By combining two very different areas of study students are able to learn and think
outside of the traditional academic setting. The world of technology today is much different than it
was thirty years ago, along with these changes has come a change in how teachers instruct students.
The changes have also created influence in the way students learn and process information. It is
understood within the college culture that choosing a major is equally as important as attending
college. Many college students struggle with the selection of choosing one subject matter that they
best identify with. When naturally most people do not identify with one select subject matter. It is
clearly beneficial for students to obtain an interdisciplinary studies degree because of the subject study
flexibility, the complete understanding of two majors taught throughout obtaining this degree and
endless job qualifications. Schedule flexibility is offered within an interdisciplinary studies degree
because of the mix of two majors. When working to obtain a degree in interdisciplinary
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Questions On Rational Number Assessment
Rational Number Assessment
Charizma Laughton Australian Catholic University
Teacher report on your student s Rational Number Knowledge and any misconceptions (300 words)
Montana demonstrated a number strategies and skills throughout the rational number interview. She
used appropriate language when referring to fractions. For example, two thirds rather than two over
three and she was able to divide 3 pizzas equally between 5 people using a partitioning method
(cut/divided the 3 pizzas into 5 equal pieces and shared 1/5 a pizza 3 times between the 5 girls). She
was also successful in identifying which decimal was larger when given a choice between two. For
example, selected 0.87 being larger than 0.087 because the number closest to the decimal point is
larger 8 is larger than 0 .
However, when it came to constructing decimals, Montana seemed to view decimal place value in a
different way; she added a zero after the decimal place for tenths, and added three zeros after the
decdimal point when making thousands. For example, two tenths was constructed as .02, twenty seven
tenths as .0.27 and twenty seven thousandths as .00027. The numbers are seen as whole numbers, but
in reverse order. This misconception occurs again when asked to write 6/100 as a decimal and she
wrote .006.
Montana is working towards using effective strategies for comparing fractions. She identified that 2/4
and 4/8 were both halves, therefore, the same (equivalent fractions); she used a
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Edith Wharton s use of Irony in Age of Innocense
Throughout the novel, the author s voice appears to criticize the empty morals of Old New York,
where she once belonged. With refined use of irony, Wharton explored the established social order
that prevented individuals to deviate from the traditional structure. The novel s Archer Newland is one
who failed to break through barriers of convention and can t escape steely embrace of the tribe
(Auchincloss 44). Despite being the protagonist, Archer fails to break away from the tight knit group.
Archer s life is in a settled pattern; His indecisiveness prevents expression (McDowall 54). In the
beginning of the novel, Archer acts according to the molded product he is supposed to be. Archer was
proud to be a New Yorker, someone in the upper class with refined taste and morals. This ended when
Countess Olenska returned to New York, in want of a divorce with her husband in Europe. The New
York family wanted to prevent this divorce because of propriety. They send Archer, a lawyer, to
convince Ellen against it. As the story goes, Archer falls in love with Ellen because of her
mysteriousness of unconventionality. By acting as the family s messenger, Archer sabotages his own
quest . Due to inconvenience, Archer wants to overthrow the principles he once lived by (Hadley 37).
He suddenly realized That terrifying product of the social system he belonged to and believed in, the
young girl who knew nothing and expected everything, looked back at him like a stranger through
May
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Integrating Quotes Into Paper
Tips on Introducing Quotes General Principles Writers use quotations for a variety of purposes: to
argue with another author s definition of a term, to provide statistical evidence or testimony to validate
a claim; to present the reader with a statement we wish to refute or discuss in detail. If writers overdo
and include too many quotations in a research essay, readers will form the negative impression that the
authors of those sources are more authoritative than the writer of the research paper. Often the voices
of those authorities drown out the writer s voice, in a sense taking over authorship of the paper.
Writers should use direct quotations only when the source s words are particularly relevant, powerful,
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. . ( page ). As Flora Davis has noted, . . . ( ). The Gardners, Washoe s trainers, point out that . . . ( ). . .
. , claims Noam Chomsky ( ). Terrance answers these objections with the following analysis: . . . ( ).
Introductory clauses and phrases should always be logical and grammatical: NOT In Smith s essay, he
says . . . In Smith s essay, it says . . . , or Smith s essay states . . . , BUT In his essay, Smith states . . .
When introducing a quote, add information about the author that will either establish his/her expertise
or question his/her credibility or motives: Smith, president of the NSS, argues that . . . Jones, who
seems to make a career out of disagreeing with Smith, has this to say: . . . The same strategy can be
used to characterize a publication: The National Review, a publication well known for its conservative
stance, includes Smith s opinions on a regular basis. Introducing Quotes with Interesting Verbs
Verbs can be used to introduce summaries, paraphrases, and quotations that indicate the author s point
of view on the topic, thus adding to the writer s rhetorical power. In the sentence Smith __________
that the flood might have been disastrous, filling in the blank with observes, finds, or insists would
create different meanings. Author is neutral comments describes explains illustrates notes observes
points out records relates reports says sees
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Defense Of Skepticism
A Defense of Skepticism in the Epistemology of Testimony
This philosophical study will defend the premise of skepticism in relation to the epistemology of
testimony. Skepticism provides a more evaluative and complex response to the reductionist acquisition
of knowledge by rejecting any form of absolute knowledge. Reductionism provides a holistic way to
describe the functions of knowledge in theories proposed by Descartes, yet these functions can be
further reduced to more obscure or even non existent causalities. More so, antireductionism is not a
sufficient means of describing the underlying functions of knowledge, since it seeks to define the
absolute foundations of a system of thought in a non holistic manner. This is why skepticism is ...
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In this form of rationalism, the process of discerning the parts of the whole becomes the method of
validating knowledge, yet these compartmentalized methods can also be falsely interpreted through
the senses. The skeptic would countermand this approach by arguing that the parts of knowledge can
also be false and/or/ non existent, because they have the same subjective qualities as those found in
the reductionist method. For example, Descartes might tell us that the existence of angels would prove
the existence of God. Angels are a subset of God s power in heaven, which would assume that we do
not need to directly prove the existence of God because of the existence of angels. However, Angles
are also subjective literary figures in the Bible, which defines why antireductionist methods can be
equally false. In this manner, Descartes argument about the existence of the mind is based on personal
opinions related to the bible, which an antireductionist might utilize to validate an argument: A central
Cartesian idea, then, is that we know ourselves and our own thoughts and experiences best (Week 5:
Rationalism Notes, p.1). Although an antireductionist might disagree with Descartes holistic
reductionism of the mind (and God s existence), they might also, on the other hand, be convinced of
the God s existence through the existence of Angels.
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Skinner, Behaviorism, And Operant Conditioning
Skinner took major efforts toward the approach of behaviorism to expand the field, following the
initial works of Edward Thorndike. He was instrumental in redesigning and defining the law of effect.
Skinner segmented behaviorism into two main sections such as respondent conditioning and operant
conditioning. He associated that the later the consequences tailored to the behaviors are manipulated,
the more frequent similar scenarios are played out in the future.
Introduction Skinner, who was a behavioral psychologist, propelled his work towards the field of
behaviorism concerning operant conditioning. Though, his work was more instrumental in structuring
and confirming major sectors in the psychology field. Skinner, who was ... Show more content on
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In his contribution to psychology and researches, Skinner heavily dealt with the considerable essence
of behavior. He held a belief that associated response loop had a critical essence in providing an
explanation to the behaviors of the human being. He outlined that this model heavily responsible in
the process of elementary decision making to the eventual lifestyle model and design (Kuhn, 2007).
He had his critical regards for the outlining and recognition of superstition beliefs. Superstition, a term
that dominantly has regards representing facts on belief that are not based or founded on the inherent
human reason or even considerable scientific knowledge outlining that future occasion are intensely
designed and projected by an individual behaviour, in appropriate magical ways or paths. With regard
to his experiments, Skinner undertook punishments that can be explained as acts of imposing and
inflicting sanction for certain typical undesirable behaviors, in a bid to achieve conditioning towards a
certain behavior. He also had an inclusion of aversion that talks about a tendency to repel and avoid a
situation that is typically considered as the state of being. Skinner had a belief in the understanding
that any behavior could be explained by any action undertaken and valence of equitable performance.
Skinner introduced much easier and simpler explanations for the reinforcement experiments that were
performed specifically on the lab rats and
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John Steinbeck Once Said of Curley’s Wife, ‘She’s a Nice...
John Steinbeck once said of Curley s wife, She s a nice girl, not a floozy . How does Steinbeck present
Curley s wife in Of Mice and Men ?
In this essay I will show how Steinbeck presents Curley s wife in a number of ways throughout the
novel Of Mice and Men , showing both how she is portrayed as a nice girl as well as a floozy . This
novel was set during the great depression and is written around two key themes of the American
dream, which every ranch hand owned their own patch of land, and loneliness, the only common
feeling that each individual in the novel feared. Loneliness was the main theme that caused Curley s
wife to be interpreted in a negative way by the other ranch men. The very first time we meet Curley s
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She takes pride in her appearance and only seeks to impress those around her. We only know more
about Curley s wife through the comments of the men at the ranch. Everyone refers to her as Curley s
wife so doesn t have her own identity, therefore is not addressed as a person but as a possession.
Prejudice leads to her loneliness as she has no rights and feels isolated. Every worker on the ranch
appears to try to avoid Curley s wife as they fear the consequences that Curley could put upon them if
he discovers anything suspicious. Because of this, she s a lonely character and seeks attention from
others as Curley doesn t give her any; however, she sometimes comes across as being desperate
without it being her intention. One of the workers on the ranch describes her as a tart and a woman
that would sell out for twenty bucks this would influence the other workers not to get involved with
her by making Curley s wife s life on the ranch a challenging one in order for people to understand her
intentions of being friendly rather than desperate. The negative feelings towards Curley s wife start
changing after she reveals more about herself in Crooks room. She claims to be looking for Curley but
after cold responses from the men she starts talking about her desire to live her own life. However, she
shows signs of lack of sensitivity by referring to the men as leaving the weak ones here . Although she
has a low social
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  • 2. Free Indirect Style In Atonement And Pat Barker s... Through the use of free indirect style, the authors are able to offer shifting perspectives which allows the reader a deeper understanding into the insights and motivations behind the characters actions. Ian McEwan s Atonement and Pat Barker s Regeneration are examples of novels that use free indirect style to allow the reader access to the character s thoughts within a third person narrative. The function of this free indirect style is to allow the inner thoughts of the character to be known to the reader so they are able to have a more varied understanding of the narrative being told. McEwan and Barker offer multiple perspectives through different characters by the way of allowing free indirect style to allows connections to the characters ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The personal connection that Rivers feels towards Sassoon is stated through free indirect style when both Rivers and Sassoon meet in the men s club. Rivers inner monologue in the club, discloses to the reader that he has had parallel experiences with his patients in the way that both young and old men have paralleled experiences (115). He is able to connect with them on a more personal level as he shares his own hallucinations with Sassoon to reassure him (97). This free indirect style shows a progression of connection between patient and doctor where Rivers conclusion in the novel leaves him feeling unsure of the power he poses within the patients lives and if he s ultimate goal should be sending them off to war. River s analysis his own dreams in free indirect style, of his past violent experiments and compares it to how he treats his patients now. The free indirect style charts his progression of doubting the war, especially when he sees the electro shock therapy towards the end of the novel that reveals his guilt towards his treatment of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Yhwh Research Paper The Text as Theology In its original cultic sitz im leben, where the psalm would have been sung in antiphon, the exhortation would have been directed toward the congregation in the liturgy, whereby they would respond with the second part of each verse, the whole assembly telling the wondrous story of YHWH s salvation of Israel. We too can join in this choral liturgy, seeing the thread that is drawn from the pillars of the earth at creation, through Israel s history, to Christ s cross and resurrection, even to our own day where we continue to see the salvation of YHWH in our midst. The horizon of praise within this psalm appears to illuminate the difficult path the Israelites have trod, and looks forward to the road of Christ life, all ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the beginning andat the end of the Psalm sits creation, YHWH s great gift by which and in which we live, and through which He reveals Himself and His hesed, and is a point that connects us all. Israel s history is become our history in Christ, and it stands as a testament to remind us of everything YHWH has done, and continues to do for His people. The cross and resurrection were not the last of His marvelous works, but YHWH has continued to act in the life of the church these last 2000 years! Jesus is ever at work within our very midst as He builds His kingdom. He calls us to remember where we as His people have been, and called to continue to keep all hope in the future we have in heaven. Knowing YHWH s ever kept promises, and what awaits us when Christ returns, We are moved to reach out our own arms in mighty ways, reaching out to all who are lost and don t know the all surpassing, promise keeping, love and faithfulness of YHWH that endures for all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Interloper In literature, there are some occasions where a character s feelings towards another evolve. These feelings could go in either direction. A good example would be the story The Interloper written by Saki. The story is based on a feud between two families on an argument over a piece of land ownership. The theme is based on the enmity that Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym feel for each other. We will see how the feelings were changed, what caused the feelings to be altered and how it affected the story at the end. At the beginning of the story, the two characters were hunting for their enemy in the woods. When both men encountered each other there was a long silence, both of them with guns in their hand ready to attack. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Design Constraints For The Wind Turbine Tower ENG 1050 Materials Selection Report Abstract After careful considerations of material properties with the objectives of the research (minimise cost and weight), the material that would be most suitable for the wind turbine tower is low alloy steel and for the blades, CFRP. Considering the design constraints, the tower is best designed with a hollow circle frame with 5m (inner) and 3m (outer) radius which translates to a material cost of $4.96 million (tower only) and weighs 7893 tonnes. CFRP is the most suitable material for the blade as it has the lowest density and high fracture toughness and fits the constraints. Additional costs are based on anti corrosion protection, CFRP production (based on blade length), transport and recycling commitments. Introduction Due to the dying ability of traditional fossil fuels to power the earth s power requirements, alternative energy sources such as solar, wind, geothermal and hydropower are beginning to supply the rapidly growing demand. Offshore wind farms, a clean energy source, are being introduced given their consistent and relatively higher power output. The purpose of this exercise is to design a wind turbine tower and blades to meet the service specifications for an offshore environment. This involves manipulating the design tower shape and dimensions, selected material while minimising the cost of construction and the weight. Given that the turbines are to be offshore, we will also predict possible corrosion damages and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Historical Background Of Hbcus Essay HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF HBCUs AND PWIs INTRODUCTION: There was discrimination between African Americans and Whites before the Civil War. At that time, Colleges and Universities were established only to educate Whites; only Whites went to Colleges and Universities. There was not any educational system for African Americans. After the civil war, to fill the educational gap between Whites and African Americans, HBCUs were established. At a time when Predominantly White Institutions(PWI) didn t allow African Americans to read in those Institutions, HBUs offered the best opportunity for higher education. (Bush, George, President) Historical Background ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The mission of those private and public institutions was to provide knowledge for African Americans to made lawyers, doctors, teachers, etc. in a discriminated society. (Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Higher Education Desegregation, March 1991) In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the separate but equal doctrine and made a decision in Brown v. Board of Education, and held that racially segregated public schools deprive African American children of equal protection guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. (U.S. Supreme Court, 1954) Many public HBCUs merged with PWIs or closed. Most of the African American students continued to attend after rendered the decision. ( Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Higher Education Desegregation, March 1991) Historical Background of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Dance and Fashion Danceable Fashion or Fashionable Dance: Either way, it works! A Concept Paper Presented to Prof. Robert Rodriguez Division of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Miagao, Iloilo In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Course in Communications 2 By Nohr Malynne Tabares February 5, 2013 There s an exciting fashion trend happening dance. The dance and fashion industries seem to be increasingly joining forces, with dance companies commissioning high profile designers and fashion labels turning to dancers to optimally show off their clothes. The collision of the worlds of fashion and dance creates alchemy beyond the reach of either one alone. Fashion is made to move in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is also a reliable source of income. So many people do not believe they can dance. They think they are uncoordinated, have no rhythm and most of all, they assume the ability to dance is either something you have or you don t. They see dancers as members of an unattainable and exclusive club of good posture, hours of practice and perfect young bodies with plenty of technique. Dancers are often called the athletes of the arts and like athletes they undergo years of hard physical training in pursuit of excellence. It is exhilarating watching human beings perform extraordinary and courageous physical feats. In dance, this energy is used to tell stories and convey ideas, creating very powerful experiences that can be dramatic, moving and even funny. (The Autralian Ballet, 2010) However, if you are one of those people who have always thought you had two left feet, or are just starting out, don t allow any negative thoughts deprive you of the happiness that dancing brings. No matter what style: jazz, ballroom, belly dance or just plain shaking it to your favorite tune, dancing is one of the greatest joys in life. It can transform your attitude in a second and transport you into pure bliss. Dancing is for everyone. On the other side of the coin, being a supermodel is somewhat the same as being a dancer wherein there are certain challenges that need to be surpassed and most importantly you should ve the skills to become one. Gracing the covers of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Transcendental Dialectic The project of the whole transcendental dialectic is well known. Kant s primary aim here is that of warning us against the danger involved in the misunderstanding and subsequent hypostatization of the concepts of reason.4 However, this section of the Critique of Pure Reason does not play a purely negative role; instead, it furthers a positive enquiry of what Reason is and what his contents are. Furthermore, it also provides an explanation of the epistemic role played by these elements, the ideas of pure reason or transcendental ideas5, defined as being those concepts which contain the unconditioned .6 In other words, these concepts are related to the transcendental premises of any possible experience, that is, to infinite and unconditioned transcendent objects unattainable through ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On the one hand, ideas must be purely a priori since they can never become part of any synthesis; hence, they are not obtained by being perceived in experience, nor for that matter are shaped by it through a causal relationship.14 Nonetheless, on the other hand we find that, as Kant explains in the introduction to the Critique, a priori knowledge arises in the occasion of experience;15 more precisely, ideas are awakened by inference in the occasion of experience.16 I am aware that at first this might be seen as an argument against my line of reasoning: in fact, if an inference is conceived as being a process of elaboration, we might then think of ideas and their conjunction to natural objects as a result that comes after experience. However, by what I have discussed above, if to obtain conditioned experience transcendental unconditioned conditions are required, then all these must be wholly present in the first instantiation of experience itself.17 Hence, by inferring we are simply articulating the shape of something already ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Report On Service Quality Of Auckland City Hospital Individual Assignment Tutor name: Balakrishnan Nair Subject: Management in service delivery system Course: DHSM 7 Student name: Barot Niranjan Topic: Service Quality Report on service quality of Auckland City hospital I am Barot Niranjan, administrator of health service of Auckland City hospital. Our CEO of Auckland City clinic, enthusiastic about enhancing nature of service so I will give you comprehension of significance of giving administration nature of consideration to accomplish consumer loyalty and client dependability. Meaning of service quality By method for service quality is to individual fulfilment and at the same time change of nature of service quality. It comprise of roll out improvements to constant change to accomplish great services of our association to satisfy consumer loyalty alongside due admiration. It comprise of different measurements like tangibles, unwavering quality, responsiveness, confirmation, sympathy are critical to improve service quality for association. In a healing centre, it is exceptionally fundamental to give legitimate arrangement of treatment to offer consideration to the patient, best case scenario quality. All the restorative staff including specialists, attendants and administration staff ought to working all together and give their sound information to accomplish palatable consideration to patient from doctor s facility. Commonly patient needs to sit tight for a line. In this kind of conditions, service of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Impact Of Globalization On The Changing Process Of... Introduction Although the organisational aspects and spatial aspects must also be looked at, the flows of globalisation including economic, environmental, political and cultural change must be looked at in terms of reconstructing places and specific communities (Knox and Marston, 2016). Global networks allow the flows of globalisation to be reconstructed rather than effaced. I will focus on the economic impact of globalisation on the changing process of economic character and development in London and Sydney. Economic globalisation has been defined by (Cloke, Crang and Goodwin, 2013 p.414), As the growing integration and interconnectedness of a range of different dimensions of the world economy . (Cloke, Crang and Goodwin, 2013) talk ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A large portion of the establishments of todays apparently new global wonders go back in any event to the time of imperialism, at times prior. Besides, numerous global issues are exceedingly perplexing and show incredible spatial fluctuation, in this manner significance there are no simple arrangements. In understanding these global changes in London and Sydney. Globalisation of the capitalist world has vastly increased since World War Two with the growing innovation of technology and communication, this has created a broadening global connectivity (Knox and Marston, 2016 pg 86). Which with theses new innovations brings a quicker and more compelling method for transportation and correspondence in places like London, helping to increase economic global connectivity. Globalisation has created a number of serious issues concerning environmental ,health, core periphery disparity and security issues (Knox and Marston, 2016 pg. 88).These issues are reflected in London urban development as this place has been resisted and subverted by the structures of globalisation in terms of economic issues. The capitalist and colonial flows of globalisation have allowed but the creation of world cities like London, New York, Paris and Tokyo. These cities London in particular are dominant economic and urban centres through business, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Federal Communication Commission Research Paper History of the Federal Communication Commission The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent Federal regulatory agency authorized by Congress by the Communications Act of 1934 as the replacement to the Federal Radio Commission and is charged with regulating all non Federal Government use of the radio spectrum including radio and television broadcasting and interstate telecommunications wire, satellite and cable as well as international communications that originate or terminate in the United States. The FCC took over wire communication regulation from the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1934 and congress had not changed the FCC s regulatory authority until congress passed the Telecommunication Act of 1996. A federal independent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the end of the decade the FCC investigated a television scandal involving quiz show revealing how the shows were fixing the results of some shows and the hearings led to regulations that prevented fixing of television shows. As the country entered the 1960 s and 1970 s, the FCC entered into new decades with more advances in technology in the communication industry and had to decide whether to regulate the new technology, satellite and cable ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The Utilization Of Ancient Greek Values The utilization of Ancient Greek values through the use of characters in Medea Throughout the play Medea written Euripides, an assortment of unique characters are presented to the audience. At first glance, the characters in the play seem to serve as the normal society in Ancient Greece. This is true to a certain degree but Euripides intended it to be more than their standard social roles. Euripides utilizes characters such as the all women choir, King Creon, Medea and others to convey his perception of what is his modern but now Ancient Greek traditional values are to him and even pushes the boundaries by breaking some of the social standards set during his time. With a deeper understanding of the characters, the audience will be able to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Choir s disgust of King Creon is evident in the scene where he appeared to banish Medea from Corinth, the First Woman said I have seen this man s arrogance, I watched and heard him. I am of Corinth, and I say that Corinth is not well ruled. (Jeffers 12) Followed by the Second Woman saying The city where even a foreigner, suffers unjustly the rods of power is not well ruled. (Jeffers 12) The repeated phrase is not well ruled undoubtedly shows their displeasure under his rule along with the Choir s constant criticism of him throughout their dialogue. The women are also sympathetic towards Medea as would any other citizen would feel because of the traumatic events that had just occurred to Medea. When judging Medea s actions, no one protest more to her plots then the women, First Woman I think you ought to persuade Medea to come from the dark dwelling, and speak with us, before her heart breaks. (Jeffers 6) The women are attempting to persuade Medea from her dark thoughts but to little avail because Medea ultimately commits her revenge. Despite the women s simplistic appearance in the play, Euripides exploits their role to represent the vast number of ordinary Greek citizens and to counsel Medea on her actions. Another similar role the audience will recognize is the presence of a tyrannical ruler in the play, this role is placed in the hands of King Creon, the ruler of Corinth. King Creon s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Baz Luhrmann Belonging Australia is a historical epic set in WWII and produced in 2008 by renowned director Baz Luhrmann. Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman) travels from Britain to Australia to inspect her husband s cattle station, Faraway Downs after his delay in selling it. Upon her husband s death, Lady Ashley joins forces with the Drover (Hugh Jackman), driving cattle across some of the worlds harshest terrain to save her fortune. Throughout the film, both the characters and land go on a transformative journey. The film displays various representations of the classic Australian landscape throughout the storyline. The film depicts the Australian landscape in both positive and negative lights, fully capturing the essence of the setting in its dramatic format. The film portrays the Australian outback as an unknown land of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Writer Marguerite O Hara states: This was never terra nullius and, as in most parts of the country, white settlement was both disruptive and destructive of the original inhabitants way of life . This is demonstrated by the main Aboriginal characters, Nullah and King George, who both live in their land by the means of other people. They also practice traditional dream songs and sing the land throughout the film in times of trouble. King George navigates the unknown Never never land during Sarah Ashley s cattle drove to help them get to Darwin safely. The fading scenes of their journey along to the sound of a didgeridoo and his familiar chants creates the idea that a supernatural force of sorts is in the land which King George shares a distinct connection with. In demonstrating the concept that the Australian outback has deeper meaning within the Indigenous community, Luhrmann pays homage to the land s rightful owners and creates a deeper sense of national ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. A Life Or Death Situation By Robin Marantz Henig Essay A Life or Death Situation, by Robin Marantz Henig, New York Times, July, 2013, is a review of the debate surrounding the right to a dignified death. It examines the purely philosophical view of the issue; as well as the heart wrenching reality of being faced with that question in one s personal life. Does a person have a right to choose how he or she dies? How does that choice impact the people who care about about him or her? Should a person who cares about someone be required to cause or aide in his or her death? These questions weigh heavy on the minds of many people, who live with injured, impaired and physically incapable people everyday. I selected this article, because it is relevant in my life. My sister, passed in August. She had suffered from lung disease for over 10 years, even though she was totally dependent on the ventilator, she was conscious and alert. She was weak but, could still walk across the room unaided. And if it meant that she could go shopping, she would have you pack up the whole house; 3 tanks of oxygen, portable ventilator, suction machine, and wheelchair. Over the course of her illness, the doctors called us to the family meeting about a half dozen times. Each time we refused, and she improved enjoying another 6 to 8 months before a crisis. I am sure that if she were totally vegetative, that we would have reluctantly let her go, but her time had not come. In the article, the real life struggle of Margaret Pabst Battin, commonly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Loung Ung Analysis Loung Ung started with talking about her country and how amazing was her family and her life before Vietnam war. Ung described her country and the life in there , and how her family and her were happy and safety. Ung also talked about her family and her were spending amazing times together in cinema , go out for dinner and other things. Ung also described how her father keep the family close to each other. Then Ung started to talk about what happened after the Vietnam War and how a lot of people started to move to different place. Ung described what happened to her family and everyone got separated. After Ung and her family also moved to different state, the military took her father and he never came back. After three ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Rihanna Research Paper Admiring Fenty As a Person and Brand What is the true definition of cool? I personally feel there is no precise definition of the word cool . Everyone has their own distinct definition for the word. My definition of the word cool is someone who puts their own unique stamp on whatever they do. A person that loves themselves and the skin that they are in apologetically. The icon that represents my definition of cool is Robyn Fenty, better known as Rihanna. Rihanna is the true representation of coming into an industry and leaving a unique mark. When Rihanna first broke out, her unique voice shook the world.She has an island vibe that can not be replaced nor duplicated.At the young age of sixteen Rihanna was signed by Jay Z and from then out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. The Massachusetts General Orthopedic Associates Essay In 1998, the Massachusetts General Orthopedic Associates (MGOA), a specialized unit within Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), hired Dr. Harry Rubash and Dr. James Herndon, respectively, to help to remedy the annual financial deficits, which were financed by dipping into endowment and borrowings from MGH. These financial deficits have been continually getting into MGOA s mission of providing high quality patient care, research, and teaching (Barro 3). In the immediate months after accepting their positions of leadership, both Rubash and Herndon steered the hospital into the green turning a modest profit. However, it was clear that their new initiatives wouldn t be viable for the long term. To do so, Rubash and Herndon proposed a new physician compensation plan. This plan included a development fund tax, a bonus, in addition to periodic adjustments to a base salary based on individual physician performance in regards to how profitable the physician was for MGOA. Initial physicians reaction to the proposed plan varied, however, if the case study was an indication, Rubash and Herndon were determined to implement their plan. The performance pay compensation plan that was proposed implemented a number of aspects of the Expectancy Theory to encourage intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in order to make positive gains for both the MGOA and the MGH. There were four main aspects of the plan that had changes implemented: Physician Base Salary, Development Fund Tax, Bonus, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Method Under Uncertain Conditions By Generating Fuzzy... Sqfe method Under Uncertain Conditions by Generating Fuzzy Membership Function Abstract: The quality based approach SQFE (Suivi Qualite Par le Fournisseur Exterieur) has been introduced by three automotive corporations to measure the quality of supplier products. This approach proposes a general criterion by which inspection samples are classified to different demerit categories with different weights, to compute mean unit demerit for each measurable quality characteristic. However, the assignment of an actual and crisp demerit weight to each sample is unrealistic, in the face of the unavoidable measurement errors as well as the inevitable uncertainty involved in human judgment. In this paper an improved estimation procedure which is based on fuzzy logic instead of bivalent logic, is presented to calculate s. The fuzzy set theory is used to add more accuracy and flexibility to the analysis. For this aim, likelihood view has been adapted to generate fuzzy membership function, in order to assign the appropriate demerit weight to each sample. In addition, a numerical example that evaluates products based on the proposed method and compares it with the current standard procedure is presented. INTRODUCTION Many kinds of classification systems have been provided in various military and International organizations for Standardization (ISO)such as, quality rating systems which have been applied and extended to define, classify, and evaluate none conformities ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Innovator Speculation And Its Effect On The Body And For... Innovator speculation was equipped towards the masses and for the great of society; for instance, understudies of the Bauhaus were urged to plan items that could be produced on a mechanical scale and sold at moderate costs (Ryan, 2010). The thoughts of shape takes after capacity and toning it down would be ideal Another focal rule of modern configuration is the thought of frame takes after capacity , which implies that plan or engineering ought to exist essentially to fill specific needs. This thought is al so in agreement with the standard of toning it down would be best . Current architects were looking for basic, general and indifferent structures to be tuned in to the mechanical age, for example, clean lines, geometrical ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the heart of this was the idea that sort could be expressive, and forego the requests of moderation, for flashiness, for this reason. Subsequently content might be set utilizing numerous textual styles in numerous courses of action, perfect or worn out, methodical or disordered. Singular letters could be the subject of a craftsman s consideration, and, in resistance to the straightness and normality of sans serif, shape, spiked edges and conflicting measuring are a few components blazoned on remarkable occasions of postmodern visual communication. The move to utilization of PCs had an extensive impact in postmodernist typographical developments too, with these supporting the procedures of configuration, and giving new media and markets to typography to declare itself in , for example, computer games, where the lettering in results of the period turned out to be noticeably strong and took a stab at stylish interest. In different cases the generative contrasts between customarily delivered and PC created sort offered a methods for expressive differentiation, where both were fused in a specific bit of visual depiction. Speculations that may relate to the movements amongst present day and postmodern typography while examining particular bits of configuration incorporate clash hypotheses (woman s rights, Marxism and so forth.) and also models of brain research and therapy, and the more extensive thoughts in the logic of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Education Reform For The United States Education in America started with the Pilgrims in the early 1600 s. The first public school was opened in 1635 in Boston Massachusetts. In 1642, Massachusetts started an education reform that stated Any child not properly educated would apprentice to a trade . This education reform was created because they believed it was important for children and citizens to be able to read the laws of the land. This was the first law that required children to be education. If they were not properly educated they would be moved from their home to a better fit environment where they would be able to learn. Virginia then followed with a similar law in 1646. In 1647 Massachusetts founded an act called Old Deluder Satan Act . This act required towns of more than fifty families to hire a teacher for reading and writing. Towns of more than a hundred families had to establish a grammar school which served as college preparation. Dame schools taught reading and writing to females because this was all they were expected to learn so that they would not have the same intellect as men. Their classes were held in the teacher s kitchen who continued her chores while the students did their lessons. At the beginning of the 20th century, parents and public schools began demanding more practical and useful curriculums. Growing up with my mom as a teacher I know how much time they spend working and helping their students learn and achieve so many things and how little they receive back in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Ancient Greek Olympics People with the greatest honor are remembered in the Olympics. The Olympics had started a revolution that is still on today; it has brought the most talented people together to compete in events to show each others great ability. The olympics is the new age of competitive sports that will lead people to unlock their full potential, and start a story that will never be forgotten. The Ancient greece olympic games go back to 776 bc in a little village called Olympia. The games were a religious event that was performed to honor the ancient Greek God Zeus. The games were held every four years. The Greeks had four national sports festivals, where athletes from near cities come to compete. Which included boxing, chariot racing, riding, pankration, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The disc can be thrown by released by throwing the disc with a swing.. Both with the farthest point wins the prize. Running, and wrestling were also to activities that were performed in the Ancient Greek Arena. The marathon was introduced in 490 B.C, a little before the ancient Greek arena. It was later introduced in the olympic games in 1896 in athens. The distance to the modern marathon, was 26 miles and 38 yards. Wrestling was one of the games that was brought in to the olympics by the greeks. Wrestling is still happening today, where to opponents wrestle to win the gold prize ( The pen Museum 2015). Running, and wrestling had brought to be the two major sports from ancient greek Area to today s modern days. Running has brought people from all around the world to compete in one event, and shoot for the gold prize. wrestling in the other hand had brought, people to compete with all might and bathe in owns glory. Over the course of history, Ancient Greek Olympics games have influenced modern day olympics. In ancient greek olympics precise picked sports were shown to the modern day, by having the same activities, and also how exactly they were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Informative Essay On Black Violin Black violin completely changed my impression of what it means to be a violin player. I had only ever heard traditional violin music played by classical musicians. The music was always slow and calming, and I had never imagined a violin being used in so many different genres. During the performance, Black Violin not only used their violins for soothing music, but they incorporated it into almost every style of music possible: rap, R B, hip hop, alternative, dubstep, and pop. Every time I thought they had used their violins in every way possible, they proved me wrong. Each new song was exciting and surprising to see what Black Violin could do to put their spin on a song. Besides music, Black Violin made me consider stereotypes. I always pictured ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Taoism Taoism Taoism is a religion as well as a philosophy that can be dated all the way back to around 500 B.C. It is one of the two dominant religions in China. Taoism is also termed Daoism in the more common language system, called Hanyu Pinyin, representing Chinese letters using Roman letters and is more commonly used amongst China and around the world. Like the Christian faith, they too use a sacred book, Tao Te Ching written by the great Sage, Lao Tzu as a guidance. This text has been translated almost as much as the Christian Holy Bible it. It consists of 81 poems or chapters that are quite broad and vague and because of this, it can be interpreted and applied universally. It speaks of possible inner greatness but also the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A sage is one who is simple, tranquil, very open to life, intelligent, and reserved. He is not arrogant and careless to such political affairs, does not seek fame, and does not discriminate opposites but embraces them. The sage is indifferent to success or failure. He understands that life driven by self centered ambition will never make sense, no matter how successful you are or with how many positive externals you care to adorn it. When one does not let nature take its course, one may fail. He understands that one may very much succeed but also has the ability to very much fail. To be a sage is to be a man of peace. One avoids conflict, and steers away from violence. One is not intimidated of death nor does one fear death. Life itself acquires meaning only when one satisfies ones spiritual needs by living in total harmony with the Tao. He must seek Supreme Ultimate which is the sum of all specific principles. The Supreme Ultimate really is nothing within itself, but concentration of responsiveness to principle as it is immanent and real in the affairs of daily life. So to become a sage may seem difficult but achievable if clarity is what is being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Logarithms Invented The definition of a logarithm is the exponent of the power to which a base number must be raised to equal a given number. A question that has been around for ages presents the question of whether a logarithm is an invention or a discovery. Logarithms are essentially the same as mathematics, so likewise, the question also queries whether mathematics is an invention or a discovery. The primary difference between an invention or discovery is the existence of the thing being discussed. If the thing did not exist before someone brought it into existence, then the thing was invented; however, if the thing did exist before its existence was known, then it was discovered. In part, logarithms and mathematics are both invented and discovered. Someone invented their existence and discovered the facts to support their ideas, as all experiments go. laws of logarithms This abstract mathematical concept was conceived in the 17th century in order to drastically decrease the amount of time required for the multiplication of large numbers. The first to publish ideas on this particular subject is a Scottish mathematician named John Napier in his text Description of the Marvelous Canon of Logarithms in the year 1614. Years later, a Swiss mathematician named Joost Bürg published his work Arithmetic and Geometric Progression Tables which directly connected geometric and arithmetic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Later on, the logarithmic spiral, otherwise known as the equiangular spiral, was put into theory by Rene Descartes. This spiral is also called the nature spiral for it describes the curves of many things found in nature. Logarithms were especially notable in the fields of astronomy and navigation. In more modern fields, logarithms are vital in physics, statistics, economics, and many other fields that utilize this indispensable field of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The Pearl Meaning Enchanting. Glossy. A radiant angelic white. These are the words that could be used to describe at first a giant pearl called the Pearl of the World that a Native Mexican man named Kino found. But as the story progresses, those adjectives changed dramatically as Kino first sees an innocent pearl that will save his family from poverty into Being blinded by hopefulness prevents Kino from seeing the unbearable truth until its consequences overwhelmed him. Kino is pushed through trial after trial, holding onto the tiniest milligram of hope to search for an impossible result to happen to him and his family. But Kino had become as deadly as steel. Deliberately he threw the lever of the rifle, and then he raised the gun and aimed deliberately and fired (87). Kino was willing to kill three men to protect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He saw her move toward the fireplace...she was black in the doorway, and then she was gone...Her arm was up to throw when he leaped at her and caught her arm and wrenched the pearl from her (58 59). Juana steals the pearl because she can see its terrible consequences if they keep it. Juana s attempted theft of the pearl shows that even Kino s closest family member cares for him enough to try to throw the pearl away to keep Kino from suffering its unknown consequences. It is the pearl, said Juan Tomas. There is a devil in this pearl. You should have sold it and passed on the devil. Perhaps you can still sell it and buy peace for yourself (65). Juan Tomas worries for his brother and his family s safety so he advises Kino to sell it cheaply to have peace again. Kino s own brother warned him about the pearl s dangers even though is Kino did become rich, he would have given some of the money to Juan Tomas which meant that Juan Tomas was sincerely scared for Kino about the pearl s consequences and not out of greediness for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Dark Imagery In Wise Blood By Flannery O Connor Through the use of the dark imagery and the Essex, religious symbolism in Wise Blood appears again and again to prove that the longings of the heart cannot be found in the world. O Connor uses darkness to delve into certain aspects of each character. She depicts Taulkinham as a grim place. When the main character, Haze, begins his new life in this new town, it is depicted to have a black sky, he soon sees a man with a black suit and a black hat... accompanies a girl with her black dress and black knitted cap... (O Connor 35). Not only does this act as a haunting description of setting, but these dark details can act as bold and bright red flags, for these characters dressed in black and this depressing town looming with destruction. She continues to describe ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The darkness in Hazel s eyes at the end of the novel is comforting and symbolizes salvation (Brown). The darkness that Enoch runs into, and is wearing, symbolizes alienation and friendship. TOne of the few female characters presented is a young lady named Sabbath and her blind father Asa. The eyes of Asa, and his daughter s weird sexual fetish with Hazel, represent the symbol of innocence, ultimate demise, and hopelessness. She uses the symbol of darkness throughout the novel as a recurring object to justify salvation, alienation, friendship, blindness, and redemption. The darkness symbolizes the redemption. Ultimate salvation that is supposedly coming to Hazel. The color of the suit is black; therefore, the darkness, embedded in the suit, symbolizes his salvation and redemption throughout the novel. He wears it and it wears him. It is inescapable. The blind theme of the novel has nothing to do with human eyes. It has to do with the fact that the characters have all blinded themselves; they have shut their eyes to the truth of Christ (Brown). Blindness is not something to envy and is no less than a handicap, but it s an easy out from the truth of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Psychological Theories Of Assault Assault is a violent crime that requires offensive touching, hitting, or frightening the victim by word or deed. Assault crime can be upgraded to a felony when weapons are involved or abusing a victim during the commission of a felony. Although assault can happen during crimes like robbery and homicide, abuse happen mostly within a family or relationship (for example child abuse, parental abuse, dating violence). Psychological theory explains why a person will have a abuser behavior.. When looking at psychological theory at the psychodynamic perspective, psychodynamic theory suggest human personality is controlled by unconscious mental process that develop early in childhood. This theory suggest how a person behave is greatly dependent on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. How To Write A Reflective Account Of An Unforgettable... This nine weeks practicum is an unforgettable experience for me. I have been to the pediatric ward 4B, surgical ward S2B and medical ward E7. Three different ward have provided an opportunity for me to learn different skills, to practice the skills that I have learnt at school and gain different experiences. Firstly, the first three weeks in 4B I was unable to perform any treatment expect baby bath and taking the vital signs. In the beginning I found that it is quite difficult to take the vital signs of the children especially the apical rate and respiration rate because they always scar of nurse, they usually cry and shout which would disturb you to listen the apical rate and it is quite difficult to listen to the apical rate. I have learnt ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, I have learnt about the items in the per op check list, how the nurse do the checklist with the patient. Additionally, I have known more about the post operation care for the patient with different surgeries. Furthermore, during the last three weeks of the practicum in E7 I have gain experience to observe some procedures that are not usually done in the ward like removal of chest drainage and got chance to learn how to interview the patient during admission although most of the patients are admitted for the oesophagogastroduodenoscopy and colonscopy. I think the interview during admission is quite difficult because it is an important method to understand more about the patient discomfort and their background for example medical history, surgical history, allergic, body condition. Moreover, as some of the patient might not tell the true information as they might be nervous when admit to the hospital. The most difficult thing during the nursing interview during admission is spelling the surgical the name and some of the terms for the medical history. Therefore, it is important for me to improve the spelling of the medical and surgical terms and study harder to learn more medical and surgical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Call Of Duty Zombies Essay Call of Duty Zombies is a side game mode developed by Treyarch. It was introduced as a game mode after you beat campaign in Call of Duty World at War. Its first map was named Nacht Der Untoten, German for night of the living dead. It was based off the map airfield. It featured a player which survive endless hordes of zombies until they die. They had to get points by killing zombies and rebuilding barriers. With points you could by doors and points. When more maps were made we got perks, drinks that power up the player. The game mode was just for fun until the released the 3rd DLC pack for World at War. The new map Der Riese or The Giant made a story. The Zombies story is interesting topic that just reached a end in 2016 with its final map, Revelations. The Giant gave us more information about our four characters Richtofen, Dempsey, Nikolai, and Takeo. We learn that the zombie outbreak started when Richtofen and group 935 try to make an undead army to help the Nazi s win World War II. Instead the test subjects turn against the scientists. When Richtofen tries to kill his partner, Dr. Maxis and his daughter Samantha, they teleport to different places. Maxis becomes a robot and Samantha walks into Agartha, the device that lets people control the zombies. Years later ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They try to kill Richtofen until hordes of zombies come. After origins we got Shadows of Evil. Shadows of Evils had 4 new characters listening to a figure named shadowman. After doing the easter egg we capture the shadowman in the summoning key. As our characters almost et home richtofen steals it and leaves. We see our Origins characters in The Giant (Remastered). Richtofen kills his older self and proceeds to help the crew with wiping out the zombies. In the next map Der Eisendrache we discover we need to kill out 1.0 selves and put their soul in the summoning key. After they all were captured they were sent to the house, where they became ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Obtaining A Degree In Interdisciplinary Studies Benefits of Obtaining a Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary studies is defined as the combination of more than one academic discipline being used or studied simultaneously. As our world and technology continue to build and expand it is paramount that we accept the increased need for interdisciplinary learning. This form of learning is key to solving future problems as well as preventing them. By combining two very different areas of study students are able to learn and think outside of the traditional academic setting. The world of technology today is much different than it was thirty years ago, along with these changes has come a change in how teachers instruct students. The changes have also created influence in the way students learn and process information. It is understood within the college culture that choosing a major is equally as important as attending college. Many college students struggle with the selection of choosing one subject matter that they best identify with. When naturally most people do not identify with one select subject matter. It is clearly beneficial for students to obtain an interdisciplinary studies degree because of the subject study flexibility, the complete understanding of two majors taught throughout obtaining this degree and endless job qualifications. Schedule flexibility is offered within an interdisciplinary studies degree because of the mix of two majors. When working to obtain a degree in interdisciplinary ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Questions On Rational Number Assessment Rational Number Assessment Charizma Laughton Australian Catholic University Teacher report on your student s Rational Number Knowledge and any misconceptions (300 words) Montana demonstrated a number strategies and skills throughout the rational number interview. She used appropriate language when referring to fractions. For example, two thirds rather than two over three and she was able to divide 3 pizzas equally between 5 people using a partitioning method (cut/divided the 3 pizzas into 5 equal pieces and shared 1/5 a pizza 3 times between the 5 girls). She was also successful in identifying which decimal was larger when given a choice between two. For example, selected 0.87 being larger than 0.087 because the number closest to the decimal point is larger 8 is larger than 0 . However, when it came to constructing decimals, Montana seemed to view decimal place value in a different way; she added a zero after the decimal place for tenths, and added three zeros after the decdimal point when making thousands. For example, two tenths was constructed as .02, twenty seven tenths as .0.27 and twenty seven thousandths as .00027. The numbers are seen as whole numbers, but in reverse order. This misconception occurs again when asked to write 6/100 as a decimal and she wrote .006. Montana is working towards using effective strategies for comparing fractions. She identified that 2/4 and 4/8 were both halves, therefore, the same (equivalent fractions); she used a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Edith Wharton s use of Irony in Age of Innocense Throughout the novel, the author s voice appears to criticize the empty morals of Old New York, where she once belonged. With refined use of irony, Wharton explored the established social order that prevented individuals to deviate from the traditional structure. The novel s Archer Newland is one who failed to break through barriers of convention and can t escape steely embrace of the tribe (Auchincloss 44). Despite being the protagonist, Archer fails to break away from the tight knit group. Archer s life is in a settled pattern; His indecisiveness prevents expression (McDowall 54). In the beginning of the novel, Archer acts according to the molded product he is supposed to be. Archer was proud to be a New Yorker, someone in the upper class with refined taste and morals. This ended when Countess Olenska returned to New York, in want of a divorce with her husband in Europe. The New York family wanted to prevent this divorce because of propriety. They send Archer, a lawyer, to convince Ellen against it. As the story goes, Archer falls in love with Ellen because of her mysteriousness of unconventionality. By acting as the family s messenger, Archer sabotages his own quest . Due to inconvenience, Archer wants to overthrow the principles he once lived by (Hadley 37). He suddenly realized That terrifying product of the social system he belonged to and believed in, the young girl who knew nothing and expected everything, looked back at him like a stranger through May ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Integrating Quotes Into Paper Tips on Introducing Quotes General Principles Writers use quotations for a variety of purposes: to argue with another author s definition of a term, to provide statistical evidence or testimony to validate a claim; to present the reader with a statement we wish to refute or discuss in detail. If writers overdo and include too many quotations in a research essay, readers will form the negative impression that the authors of those sources are more authoritative than the writer of the research paper. Often the voices of those authorities drown out the writer s voice, in a sense taking over authorship of the paper. Writers should use direct quotations only when the source s words are particularly relevant, powerful, and/or an extremely ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... . . ( page ). As Flora Davis has noted, . . . ( ). The Gardners, Washoe s trainers, point out that . . . ( ). . . . , claims Noam Chomsky ( ). Terrance answers these objections with the following analysis: . . . ( ). Introductory clauses and phrases should always be logical and grammatical: NOT In Smith s essay, he says . . . In Smith s essay, it says . . . , or Smith s essay states . . . , BUT In his essay, Smith states . . . When introducing a quote, add information about the author that will either establish his/her expertise or question his/her credibility or motives: Smith, president of the NSS, argues that . . . Jones, who seems to make a career out of disagreeing with Smith, has this to say: . . . The same strategy can be used to characterize a publication: The National Review, a publication well known for its conservative stance, includes Smith s opinions on a regular basis. Introducing Quotes with Interesting Verbs Verbs can be used to introduce summaries, paraphrases, and quotations that indicate the author s point of view on the topic, thus adding to the writer s rhetorical power. In the sentence Smith __________ that the flood might have been disastrous, filling in the blank with observes, finds, or insists would create different meanings. Author is neutral comments describes explains illustrates notes observes points out records relates reports says sees ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Defense Of Skepticism A Defense of Skepticism in the Epistemology of Testimony This philosophical study will defend the premise of skepticism in relation to the epistemology of testimony. Skepticism provides a more evaluative and complex response to the reductionist acquisition of knowledge by rejecting any form of absolute knowledge. Reductionism provides a holistic way to describe the functions of knowledge in theories proposed by Descartes, yet these functions can be further reduced to more obscure or even non existent causalities. More so, antireductionism is not a sufficient means of describing the underlying functions of knowledge, since it seeks to define the absolute foundations of a system of thought in a non holistic manner. This is why skepticism is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In this form of rationalism, the process of discerning the parts of the whole becomes the method of validating knowledge, yet these compartmentalized methods can also be falsely interpreted through the senses. The skeptic would countermand this approach by arguing that the parts of knowledge can also be false and/or/ non existent, because they have the same subjective qualities as those found in the reductionist method. For example, Descartes might tell us that the existence of angels would prove the existence of God. Angels are a subset of God s power in heaven, which would assume that we do not need to directly prove the existence of God because of the existence of angels. However, Angles are also subjective literary figures in the Bible, which defines why antireductionist methods can be equally false. In this manner, Descartes argument about the existence of the mind is based on personal opinions related to the bible, which an antireductionist might utilize to validate an argument: A central Cartesian idea, then, is that we know ourselves and our own thoughts and experiences best (Week 5: Rationalism Notes, p.1). Although an antireductionist might disagree with Descartes holistic reductionism of the mind (and God s existence), they might also, on the other hand, be convinced of the God s existence through the existence of Angels. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Skinner, Behaviorism, And Operant Conditioning Skinner took major efforts toward the approach of behaviorism to expand the field, following the initial works of Edward Thorndike. He was instrumental in redesigning and defining the law of effect. Skinner segmented behaviorism into two main sections such as respondent conditioning and operant conditioning. He associated that the later the consequences tailored to the behaviors are manipulated, the more frequent similar scenarios are played out in the future. Introduction Skinner, who was a behavioral psychologist, propelled his work towards the field of behaviorism concerning operant conditioning. Though, his work was more instrumental in structuring and confirming major sectors in the psychology field. Skinner, who was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In his contribution to psychology and researches, Skinner heavily dealt with the considerable essence of behavior. He held a belief that associated response loop had a critical essence in providing an explanation to the behaviors of the human being. He outlined that this model heavily responsible in the process of elementary decision making to the eventual lifestyle model and design (Kuhn, 2007). He had his critical regards for the outlining and recognition of superstition beliefs. Superstition, a term that dominantly has regards representing facts on belief that are not based or founded on the inherent human reason or even considerable scientific knowledge outlining that future occasion are intensely designed and projected by an individual behaviour, in appropriate magical ways or paths. With regard to his experiments, Skinner undertook punishments that can be explained as acts of imposing and inflicting sanction for certain typical undesirable behaviors, in a bid to achieve conditioning towards a certain behavior. He also had an inclusion of aversion that talks about a tendency to repel and avoid a situation that is typically considered as the state of being. Skinner had a belief in the understanding that any behavior could be explained by any action undertaken and valence of equitable performance. Skinner introduced much easier and simpler explanations for the reinforcement experiments that were performed specifically on the lab rats and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. John Steinbeck Once Said of Curley’s Wife, ‘She’s a Nice... John Steinbeck once said of Curley s wife, She s a nice girl, not a floozy . How does Steinbeck present Curley s wife in Of Mice and Men ? In this essay I will show how Steinbeck presents Curley s wife in a number of ways throughout the novel Of Mice and Men , showing both how she is portrayed as a nice girl as well as a floozy . This novel was set during the great depression and is written around two key themes of the American dream, which every ranch hand owned their own patch of land, and loneliness, the only common feeling that each individual in the novel feared. Loneliness was the main theme that caused Curley s wife to be interpreted in a negative way by the other ranch men. The very first time we meet Curley s wife ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She takes pride in her appearance and only seeks to impress those around her. We only know more about Curley s wife through the comments of the men at the ranch. Everyone refers to her as Curley s wife so doesn t have her own identity, therefore is not addressed as a person but as a possession. Prejudice leads to her loneliness as she has no rights and feels isolated. Every worker on the ranch appears to try to avoid Curley s wife as they fear the consequences that Curley could put upon them if he discovers anything suspicious. Because of this, she s a lonely character and seeks attention from others as Curley doesn t give her any; however, she sometimes comes across as being desperate without it being her intention. One of the workers on the ranch describes her as a tart and a woman that would sell out for twenty bucks this would influence the other workers not to get involved with her by making Curley s wife s life on the ranch a challenging one in order for people to understand her intentions of being friendly rather than desperate. The negative feelings towards Curley s wife start changing after she reveals more about herself in Crooks room. She claims to be looking for Curley but after cold responses from the men she starts talking about her desire to live her own life. However, she shows signs of lack of sensitivity by referring to the men as leaving the weak ones here . Although she has a low social ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...