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Celebration
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Descriptive Essay On Christmas CelebrationDescriptive Essay On Christmas Celebration
Why I Have A Healthcare Profession
During tenth grade, I decided to have a healthcare profession. Several people in my family work
in the health field as a psychiatrist, nurse, and doctor. In my country, Haiti, the option to go to
school was very limited because it s very expensive. My father saved up enough money, so we can
move to the United States. At the age of three, we came to the U.S. and my little brother Kenley
was born in this country. I accomplished my twelve year public education in Stamford, CT. I
graduated from Academy of Information Technology Engineering high school in 2013. Throughout
high school, I volunteered in the Stamford Hospital for three years. It was a great experience to
serve many different individuals. For example, I worked in departments such as Endoscopy, Patient
Transportation, Patient Registration, Maternity, Sunshine Team, and the Surgical Weight Loss.
Next, I attended a nursing program called Southern Westchester Boces in Harrison, NY on
September, 2014. In addition, I was assigned three nursing home locations and for each place I
stayed there for eight weeks. I learned nursing skills such as vital signs (pulse, temperature,
respirations, and blood pressure); administered medication; performed injections; provided care for
tracheostomy, gastrostomy, and wounds. I graduated on June 24, 2014 and it was a ten month
program. After graduating from a nursing school, it s a requirement to take the National Council
Licensure Examination known as the NCLEX to receive a nursing
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Perspectives on China
In February of 2012, as I was reviewing the information about the Darden s GEMBA program,
specifically the locations of the global residencies, it was hard for me to be excited about going
to China. It would be my sixth time visiting the country. At the time, I was hoping for a more
unique location, somewhere where I had not been, yet somewhere where, from a business
perspective it would be a valid place to go. How about Japan or South Korea, I pondered.
But no, it was China, a place that I explored on multiple occasions, and a place I learned to like. To
make things worse, the destinations cities where the most obvious: Shanghai and Beijing. What
else is out there, that I have not seen and what else I can learn from visiting it again? My ... Show
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Shanghai welcomed me with a taxi driver who refused to show me his meter readout, hijacked my
cell phone until I promised to pay him the outrageous taxi fee (long story culminating in me not
paying him the outrageous fee), throwing my suitcase of his trunk and driving off with his trunk up
so I could not capture his license plate. Not a bad start, I thought maybe I learn something after all.
Tia Zi Feng was everything I expected, crowded, cobble stone streets with many tiny shops,
cafes, and art galleries. My host Jamie, who had a New Zealand souvenir store at the bottom of
the studio was very welcoming. My first night he invited me to join him and a few fellow
Westerners to a Shanghai style restaurant situated in an old local style mansion. The experience
was wonderful; and I had a chance to meet some interesting yet very different people; from a yoga
/photographer woman from Minnesota, who was just finishing her three year Asian adventure to
an English teacher from Ohio, to an software entrepreneur from Oregon. Impressively they were
all more or less fluent in Mandarin, which I greeted with envy as my one and a half years of
learning the language had been not the most fruitful to say the least.
But then it was time to go and meet the GEMBA 13. It was so exciting to see the guys again. The
schedule looked intense and I started to think, contrary to my previous assertion, that I may learn
something.
The China
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The Morality Of Inertia Summary
The Morality of Inertia by Lionel Trilling is about how Ethan Frome refuses to take action for
what he wants due to moral issues. Trilling talks about how miserable is Frome s life. He has
this desire to share his life with Mattie, but at the same time he can t leave his marriage with
Zeena. Trilling talks about how literature doesn t get along with inertia, and how Wharton creates a
story where the main character is experiencing life in death. Throughout the whole story, Frome is
always thinking about leaving Zeena to be able to have a future life with Mattie, but he loses
momentum all the time. At the end, he does take action and leaves with Mattie, but not for so long
or too far because they both ended up living with Zeena anyways.
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NVQ Understand how to make telephone calls
Understand how to make telephone calls 1.1 Describe the different features of telephone
systems and how to use themHold so that you can hear them but they can t hear you, for
example if the person you rang asked a question and you didn t know the answer, you would put
them on hold to ask someone within the business. 1.2 Give reasons for identifying the purpose of
a call before making it To understand the purpose of the phone call will make it so that you know
what you are talking to the person about.I.E. if I had a relevant job for a specific candidate, I
wouldn t speak to them about something that was completely irrelevant to their skill set. 1.3
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For example, if we were advertising a job that we recently had in the Coventry area starting on
the 24th April 2014, we wouldn t put a job in the Birmingham area starting on the 16th January
2014 as this would lead to having no relevant candidates applying for the job. 2.3 Explain the
purpose of confidentiality and security when dealing with callers The purpose of confidentiality
and security when on the phone to callers is so that no one irrelevant to the business gets that
information. For example maybe when on the phone to a candidate and asking for personal details
about their current phone number for example, if someone who wasn t working in the business was
in the room you wouldn t repeat the number back to them as the person who isn t relevant could
then have that information to use. 2.4 Describe the
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The Joy Luck Club Essay
The Joy Luck Club Entry 7 Waverly was going to tell Lindo of her and Rich s engagement, but
whenever she mentioned him, Lindo cut her off and began to talk about something else. Waverly
was convinced that her mother did not have any good intentions, and that she never saw good in
people. Due to this, she was afraid of what her mother will say when she would meet Rich.
According to Waverly, she and Rich shared a pure love , which she was afraid her mother would
poison. Waverly planned to go to Auntie Suyuan s house with Rich for dinner, knowing that her
mother would then invite the two over for dinner to her house, and this would give her mother a
chance to get to know and warm up to Rich. However, when they went for dinner, Rich did
everything incorrectly he didn t understand Chinese customs and made several mistakes that were
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This left Lindo horrified, and Waverly never got the chance to tell her that she and Rich were
going to get married. Waverly woke up the next morning, tense. She rushed to her parents home
determined to tell her mother of the engagement. She woke Lindo up as she began to cry. Lindo
worried about what had happened, to which Waverly responded that nothing had happened and
that she and Rich were getting married. Her mother told her that she had already known. Waverly
had assumed that Lindo despised Rich, but Lindo was surprised that her daughter believed so.
When Waverly tried to explain why she thought so, her mother said, her face containing a look of
sorrow, Ai ya, why do you think these bad things about me? So you think your mother is this bad!
You think I have a secret meaning. But it is you who has this meaning, Ai ya! She
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1984 Literary Analysis
In every country, county and city, a government is intact to resolve each community s issues. It is
formed to further perfect each society to become a utopia for its citizens, but even within the
government itself, obstacles, such as the balance of the state s power, remain. This type of dilemma
is demonstrated throughout literature; one example can be recognized in George Orwells 1984.
George Orwell uses literary elements to express social issues of the dystopian society in 1984.
Many social issues involving social control from the governmentis expressed through the literary
element of symbolism. Different recurring symbols in 1984 by George Orwell include the
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The country s language, Newspeak, also symbolizes a form of the social control issue. This
language is a digression from the original language Oldspeak, which is closely related to the
English language. Newspeak is a gradual regression of Oldspeak because the dictionary for
Newspeak is always being revised and shorten. Over time the citizens of Oceania gradually
develop a smaller range of vocabulary. Thoughtcrime is opposing the Party in any way or having
different beliefs from the Party, and this is a dilemma in Oceania. The only other way for the
Party to eliminate thoughtcrime is to narrow the range of thought...make thoughtcrime
impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever
be needed will be expressed in one word, and make other thoughts inexpressible (52). Therefore
there will not be a word to express a certain thought or feeling eliminating individuality and any
way for the people of Oceania to know any different. Soon there will be no expression to explicit
the strong feelings such as love or even hate. This is a very strong form of social control, but this
social issue is recognized by Winston
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Nail Polish Observation Essay
Observation: One day my mom was doing my sister s nails and decided to do nail art and poured
some nail polish onto a styrofoam plate and before she could put it on the brush it burned a hole
through the plate. After I saw that I decided that when I had to do a science fair project that s
what I would do and here we are. I got the information to do this (like the procedure) from a
website called education.com. I found out chemical name nail polish and styrofoam on
sciencefix.com and gal science.com. Then I asked my Aunt , who is a chemist, would this be a
on or above grade level project she said that it would be appropriate for 7 9 grade chemistry
projects. I found out that the The main ingredient in nail polish is nitrocellulose, which creates
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Riddhi
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High Context: 37
Low Context: 34
1. With a specific example or two, illustrate how your informal socialization (parents, media, travel,
religion, etc.) shaped your sense of individualism collectivism.
Living in a family of six which included my grandparents, has always inculcated values in me. Life
has always been thinking about others, the family or society of which I am a part. There have been
instances like my parents wanted to make a trip to Malaysia for their 25th anniversary but my
grandparents and others suggested a celebration with extended family gathering .They chose the
latter. Many incidents like these show how the emotions of family stand much above our own
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3. Pick a situation (personally or professionally) when your sense of individualism collectivism
was challenged, and: Coming from a Brahmin Hindu family, I have been a vegetarian all my life
and I have always been questioned on this. The questions like: 1) Is it because of you religion? 2)
You do know that the animals are going to be killed anyway you re not saving anything? 3) But
why are you vegetarian? 4) Where do you get your protein from?
I definitely value the traditions my family gave me and at the same time I also respect the fact
that I am a vegetarian. Adding to it, decision of being a vegetarian is not just a tradition but also
because of animal rights. But yes, it s majorly because that is something our family has been
following since beginning and no one has ever been a non vegetarian. If I becoming a non
vegetarian will hurt emotions of my parents in any way then I would choose not to do it. (i) Briefly
recount the circumstances which called this value into question, and describe how you reacted.
I have been living away from home since last 6 years and 2 years in Bangalore was the duration
in which I faced this situation the maximum. Whether it was with office colleagues or friends, I
was generally the only one vegetarian. This would always be followed by a question: Do you
know how many good things you are missing in
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The Stranger Of The Photo Is Not Me
The Stranger in the Photo is Not Me I ve always felt a strange connection to the stars, one that I
have never fully understood. I used to believe that it was simply the night itself that appealed to
me. There is something so incredibly compelling about it. It s not the silence, necessarily, but
the way that every breath is amplified; it s not so much the darkness, but the way that the stars
light it up. There is an unparalleled magic to them, to the way that they swirl and writhe and
explode of their own accord. Although the moon will orbit for eternity and the stars will
eventually fade into submission, it is the latter that I admire the most. I would rather die at the
hands of my own power and light than live infinitely off of the nectar of somebody else s.
Perhaps that is why I tried to take my own life mere hours after this photo was taken. I could let
the eating disorder, anxiety, and depression that were ravaging my life snatch it out of my hands,
I could fight an impossible battle against my own head and begin the long, uncertain road to a
seemingly unattainable recovery , or I could simply allow myself to explode. I will be the first
to admit that the smile of the girl in this photo (bottom row, far left) looks awfully controlled for
someone who was about to explode. I will also be the first to admit that I had every reason to be
smiling. I was surrounded by my soccer teammates, who had been my metaphorical sisters since
we were four years old and our most
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Progression Of Theatre Essay
The beginnings of theatre go back far I history. It started by acting out of religious rites portrayed
by sings and dances to their gods. It s believed to be started by the Greeks. The very words
theatre, drama, tragedy and comedy are Greek in origin (Brown 13). England has been the center
of theatricals for many generations. There are many actors from England that have achieved
success in America. England s plays have been preformed on American stages. This paper follows
the progression of the theatreand its elements of acting, set design and technology from birth to
future in American theater. Americans love theatre, people flock to New York City to see the top
plays, first runs and classics. There are many local community players, performing their arts in
warehouse, strip malls, dinner clubs and... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A craft that was thought only for the rich has been marketed to children in schools, to their parents
and tickets are now more affordable. People are drawn to this style of entertainment. There are
theater lingo s like break a leg, the show must go on, dim the lights and curtain calls. I believe in
times of struggle the theatre is a form of escape for the masses and has been an escape method
throughout history. Theatre has continued to live on from the birth of American theatre to modern
theatre and continuing on now to the future through the progression of acting, design and
technology.
To understand the progression of acting, design and technology in theatre we start with the past
history, birth of American theatre. It was the visiting actors from England, landing first in Virginia,
who laid the foundations of the American theatre, and along English lines that it developed (
Hartnoll 165). Playhouses began to spring up in Virginia, North Carolina and Philadelphia. These
were the main areas of theatrical activity. The English
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The Effective District School Leader Is Visionary,...
The effective district school leader is visionary, culturally competent, and promotes the success for
all students utilizing all available resources within the community. ELCC 4.1. Standard Element 4.1
addresses educational improvement of the district by collecting and analyzing data relevant to the
educational environment. The ELCC 4.1 was a culmination of assigned readings, coursework and
internship activities. There were four internship activities under the course, ELAD 6003 School and
Community Relations: Community Relations checklist, Sociological Inventory, Key
Communicator s Task Force, and School Website Evaluations and these internship activities were
completed in Abu Dhabi, UAE. during the spring 2015 semester. The school leader and I
collaborated on the following internship activities in hopes of improving communication among
parents and securing community partnerships, i.e. hotels, neighborhood grocery store. While the
principal is a visionary school leader, many cultural obstacles prohibit the school from moving
forward academically and socially, i.e. Females schools do not have websites The Community
Relations Checklist internship activity allowed me to compare the differences of international
school community relations and school community relations in the United States. There are some
notable differences in how the policies are developed and communicated to the school and
community. However, as I continued the research of the school
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Cost Accouting Systems for John Deere Component Works
Management Consultants
Report
Executive Summary
John Deere Component Works (JDCW) has been subject to a number of unsuccessful competitive
bids due to the inherent deficiencies of their existing costing system. This has illustrated the
importance of obtaining a thorough understanding of costs, and desirability of implementing a
superior costing system.
This report contains: * A general overview of the problems confronted by JDCW * An analysis of
the current standard costing system * An exposition of Activity Based Costing (ABC) * An
evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of each system * Recommendations
Company Background
Deere amp; Company is an iconic American corporation, renowned for ... Show more content on
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Following this revelation, management attention was directed to the current costing system.
Traditional Costing System
JDCW employed a traditional standard costing system throughout its operations. This form of
costing permeated the industrial era, which was categorised by low overhead costs and the
production of a limited variety of goods. Standard costing involves allocating overheads to cost
objects using volume based cost drivers, such as machine or labour hours. Albeit easy to implement
and understand, this system frequently results in over costing and under costing. JDCW priced
their products based on full costs, which included all direct material, labour, overhead and period
overhead, using standard costing. Whilst this practice was satisfactory for internal transactions, the
inefficiencies were emphasised when JDCW sought to bid for parts against external suppliers.
Number of machine hours, direct labour hours and material dollars were used as overhead
allocation rates. By restricting the overhead rates to the aforementioned volume based activities,
several problems eventuated.
The Industrial Engineering department used pre established standard hours for direct labour
runtime. Using standard hours produced costing discrepancies, especially because no emphasis was
placed on direct materials, overhead and period overhead costs. This was an insufficient method to
compare actual and standard percentages.
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Two Major Control Theories
Travis Hirschi developed two major control theories which are influential in criminology today
(Lecture). Hirschi first theory was Social Bond Theory which he explained in his paper Causes in
Delinquency, published in 1969 (Lecture). Hirschi criticized his theory and moved the locus of
control from the person s position in society to what internally drove the person not to commit crime
(Cullen Text, Part VI). In 1990, Hirschi discounted Social Bond Theory and teamed up with
Michael Gottfredson in the paper a General Theory of Crime where they explained their new theory,
Self Control Theory (Lecture). Though these theories are inherently different they both contributed
greatly to the control theory and presented an interesting new alternative... Show more content on
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Hirschi stated there were four social bonds that tied the person to conventional ways: attachment,
commitment, involvement and belief (Cullen Text, Part VI). Attachment was the person s
emotional attachment to others (Cullen Text, Part VI). A person may refrain from a criminal act
depending on what he perceives others will think of him after the event. Commitment is the
person s investment into their future (Cullen Text, Part18). If they are invested into their future,
they may not jeopardize it by committing a crime. Involvement is the person s participation in
life events and social activities (Cullen Text, Part18). The person may be too busy to commit a
crime. Belief is the person s view of legitimacy of social rules and laws (Cullen Text, Part18). If that
person believes in the rules they are less likely to break them. If these bonds are weak or broken
then a person is more likely going to commit a crime (Cullen Text, Part18).
Hirschi criticized his first theory and saw there were some inherent errors which he readdressed in
is second theory, Self Control Theory (Lecture). Hirschi s major problem was he believed the locus
of control was not societies bonds to the individual but the internal mechanism of self control
(Cullen Text, Part VI). Hirschi hoped his new theory, Self Control Theory, would
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Like Water For Chocolate
Abstract This paper was influenced through Laura Esquivel s, Like Water for Chocolate, a tragic
romance novel that is denied of love by family tradition. The key topics of this paper that analysis
will be touching on are over main characters, theme, and symbolism. This paper explains the
importance and the analysis of each main characterby their description the author is providing a
visual image for the readers to picture. Tradition is not only the theme of the novelbut it shows how
Mexican tradition is a hard and sensitive subject to deal with back in the revolutionary days. Finally,
how symbolism plays a huge part in this novel and the different meanings. With much research the
reader can see that the author uses her own experience to influence this story.
Whisking Love
In the novel Like Water for Chocolateby Laura Esquivel, food is a major part of the story. The
novel carries many of the traditions that Mexicans find very important in their culture. Mexican
women play a big role in domestic life and must know how to prepare food. The ability of
women to create a dish for every occasion is one of many great traditions in Mexico. This novel
is divided into twelve chapters, each representing the months of the year. The importance of the
way it is written is that each chapter begins with new recipes, which are used to tell Tita s life
story. Author Esquivel uses her own life experiences of growing up in Mexico, her strong family
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The Anasazi Indians Essay
The Anasazi Indians
From the scattered references made about the ancient Anasazi Indians in
Tony Hillerman s A Thief of Time, one can identify several cultural characteristics of this
mysterious tribe. One can discover how they lived, where they lived, their religion, simple day to
day activities, and mysteries about their culture. Even though many references are made about this
tribe, people will never know the truth, for there is an unsolved mystery to why the Anasazi
disappeared. Even to this day no one knows what happened to them.
The location of over 100,000 Anasazi sites have been found outside of
Bluff, Utah along the San Juan river. Anasazi Indians were very picky as to... Show more content
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On many walls all over the area, a drawing of Kokopelli can be found. These Indians also drew
wide shouldered forms called Kackina Spirits, and a quot;Big Chief quot; looking out from a red
stained shield.
There were many odd things about this tribe, such as, quot;Why did these people disappear after
being around for over 1,000 years? quot; No one knows where they went, but we do know they
built roads. They didn t have wheels nor pack animals. We also know they lived in a land of little
wood and water. The
Anasazi made very exquisite pots, but they made very odd drawings on them. Some pots were of a
deep rounded form, painted on the interior in rose with wavy pale
quot;ghost lines quot;. They had a geometric pattern enclosing two interlocked spirals, with two
hatched, serrated rectangles below the rim. Because of the oddness and rarity of these pots, some
were priced higher than $15,000. Some of the Weirdest things about these Indians is that they had
too many fingers an extra tooth on the right lower side, and a hole in the lower jaw.
As said in the introduction, no one knows what happened to these Indians.
Many believe they just disappeared, or were abducted by aliens, but no one knows, and probably
will never know what happened. Regardless of what scientists find, nothing can prove the truth,
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Causes Of Hurricane Katrina
There were several issues that played a part in the disaster of New Orleans afte Hurricane Katrina
had struck. Due to neglence of the five agencies ( that were responsible for designing, building, and
maintaining the New Orleans Hurricane Protection System led to insuffiecent preparation. Even
after declaring a state of emergency, lack of coordinating between Federal Emergency Management
Agency(FEMA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) resulted in a poor response to
help render aid and deliver supplies to the people of New Orleans. There are many stakeholders
involved in this catastrophe. To name a few: Residents of New Orleans, businesses, engineers, and
schools. Indirect stakeholders would involve groups like FEMA , Emergency Responders, and
government (local, state, federal) levels. Residents of New Orleans experienced the brunt of
Hurricane Katrinawhen the levees had been breached. Due to New Orleans being below sea
leavel, flooding was eminent. The residents who had evacuated were forced to leave everything
behind to escape the wrath of Hurricane Katrina. They were forced to high grounds in Baton
Rouge and travelled as far as Houston, Tx. Others who had made the decision to stay were forced
to their rooftops to avoid high waters. Unfortunately, this storm claimed 1500 people. Enginners
were directly involved because their design and repairs failed to meet the requirements to ensure the
durability of the Hurricane protection system. Schools were rebuilt but
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The Ptarmigans In The Lesser Blessed By Richard Van Camp
others from Mick and Jimmy, Lisa fully leaves the spirit world. Once she leaves, the crows leave
her. She says, Somewhere above my head, a raven grumbles as it hops between the branches of
the tightly packed trees. The crows have disappeared (Robinson 374). Lisa has heard all the
messages that she needed to hear from the spiritworld and thus the crows disappear.
In The Lesser Blessed, by Richard Van Camp, ptarmigans are symbols of the main character s
spiritual state. The ptarmigans appear at the end of the book when Larry, the main character, is
experiencing emotional turmoil. Larry is a Dogrib teen who has a troubled past and begins to
befriend other teens with troubled pasts. Larry is shy and rarely shares his past and demons
with others. Thus, at the very end of The Lesser Blessed, Larry has a lot to process and the birds
are used by Van Camp to express Larry s spiritual state. In one of the final scenes, Larry his friend
Darcy are riding on a snowmobile when they ... scared two ptarmigans that were sleeping in the
snow. Their white wings flicked to their sides and they flickered ahead of us, like calm white
hands. One flanked right, but the other smashed into our windshield (Van Camp 122). Larry and
Darcy were going to Juliet s house to discuss her recent pregnancy. Larry is in love with Juliet and
she is pregnant by his best friend Johnny. This is an emotional time for Larry, yet due to his past
traumas he does not respond to the injured ptarmigan in a normal
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Key Purpose Behind The Dobb- Frank Act
Very often than not there are regulations implemented as a means to dissolve an issue that needs to
be resolved as soon as possible and is implemented immediately. However these needed resolutions
end up affecting the little man such as community banks.
The main purpose behind the Dobb Frank act was to lend a hand to consumers and make the market
more financially stable. The majority of commercial banks are in fact community banks and tend to
serve in suburban, and rural communities. A huge difference between the larger banks in a
metropolitan area and a community bank is the way they make decisions on the customer that
come in to obtain a loan. Community banks use a means of relationship banking, which is when
the representative of the bank attempt to meet the needs of the customer by attempting to find a
means to meet these needs. Finding the best means through financial services with the customer
and working with them builds a relationship that might even be for a long term. Larger banks in
a metropolitan area are more likely to impose a less relationship minded means of dealing with
their customers. More than likely they ll turn to transactional banking. Transactional banks has no
input from customers and relies on the facts about the customer s history information, such as
credit scores. This type of banking is very affective when dealing with customer s on a wider scale,
because this serves as a cheaper option for a wider scale customer base. While this is great
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Headscarves Monologue
It was a bright, crisp, mellow morning in April. I, being the untalented and unwilling hair stylist
that I am, decided that getting dolled up wasn t exactly going to slide into my schedule this
morning. Instead, I declined the idea and rummaged around for another alternative that was
probably buried under a pile of bobby pins and hair combs. Postliminary, I discovered the only item
that would shelter my bedhead from onlookers a fashionable headscarf. Naturally and skillfully,
I wrapped my unkempt hair and headed to my National History Day practice that I was already
pressed for time for. I ve always been keen on the idea and look of headscarves, and I ve always
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Salespeople at the mall neglected their job of persuading me to purchase their products.
Suddenly, the attack and disrespect wasn t directed towards my headscarf, but directed to me as
an individual. I ve never experienced so much offense in my entire life. The ideology and
mindset that people are afraid of others because of cloth is appalling to me. I had to explain to
others that I was an American and not a terrorist. There are approximately 1,025,109 words in
the English language and none describe the shame and anger I felt having to explain that I m a
US citizen. Dressing a certain way that correlates with a certain religion isn t an issue until
someone makes it one. Islamophobia: dislike of or prejudice against Islam or Muslims
especially at a political force. Islamophobia is caused by a variety of aspects, however the
leading cause is the common belief of inaccurate facts and the misinterpretation of Islam.
Islamophobia skyrocketed in America during the 2000s with the introduction who s terrorist acts
were claimed to be for the sake of Allah . Islam is a religion of peace and respect. Islamophobia
affects everyone in one way or
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Importance Of Servant Leadership And Indian Culture
Servant Leadership In Indian Culture and Hindu Religion
Although servant leadership is often associated with Christianity and assessed in a Biblical context,
it is important to recognize that servant leadership is present in other religions and cultural contexts
as well. Servant leadership has the capability to exist in any environment where there is humility,
selflessness, and a commitment to exhorting and empowering one s followers. Historically, the best
servant leaders have come from a variety of eras, cultures, ethnicities, and religions, proving that
servant leadership transcends all demographic and religious boundaries and is founded on a core
set of beliefs and values. This paper will aim to discuss servant leadership in the context of the
Hindu religion and the culture of India, proving that servant leadership promotes unifying people
rather than dividing by religious and cultural differences.
Servant Leadership in the Indian Culture
Culture is to a human collectivity is what personality is to an individual (Hofstede, 2001). By this,
Hofstede means that culture aids in identifying a people group in the same way that a personality
identifies a person. This means that in the same way that people with differing personalities but
similar values can be servant leaders, unique cultures with the same foundational emphasis on
service and leadership can practice servant leadership. This is important to remember when
evaluating servant leadership in various cultural
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Acura Research Paper
Acura
Acura is a Japanese automaker and is also the luxury model from Honda. Acura is among the best
selling luxury cars in the United States. Acura has 5 + different luxury models. Go to Acura Post.
Aston Martin
Aston Martin is a automaker from London and has Luxury and Grand Touring models. James
Bond movies has an Aston Martin car in Goldfinger Movie. Aston Martin has racing vehicles as
well as luxury cars. Go to Aston Martin Post.
Audi
Audi is a German automaker and is also a luxury automobile. Audi is among the best selling luxury
automobiles in the entire world. Audi has 10+ different luxury models. Go to Audi Post.
BMW
BMW is a German automaker and is also a luxury automobile. BMW is among the best selling
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Mercury is sold in Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Middle East and United States. Mercury has 10+
different models. Go to Mercury Post.
MINI
MINI is a British automaker. MINI is an economic car and is sold in more than 5 countries. MINI
has 5+ different Models. Go to MINI Post.
Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi is a Japanese automaker. Mitsubishi has luxury and commercial cars. Mitsubishi has 5+
different models. Go to Mitsubishi Post.
Nissan
Nissan is a Japanese automaker. Nissan is in the economic group of cars and sold worldwide.
Nissan has 10+ different Models. Go to Nissan Post.
Oldsmobile
Oldsmobile is an American automaker. Oldsmobile are luxury cars and are sold in America.
Oldsmobile has 5+ different Models. Go to Oldsmobile Post.
Plymouth
Plymouth is a United States automaker. Plymouth is based on cars and minivans. Plymouth has 5+
different Models. Go to Plymouth Post.
Pontiac
Pontiac is a United States automaker. Pontiac is based on cars and is sold in Canada, Mexico, and
United States. Pontiac has 10+ different models. Go to Pontiac Post.
Porsche
Porsche is a German automaker. Porsche is based on sedans, sports cars, and SUV. Porsche is sold
worldwide. Porsche has 10+ different models. Go to Porsche Post.
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Essay on 16 PF Personality Test
16 PF Personality Test
Resolving the conflict of Reliability vs. Accuracy in the 16 PF test
Introduction:
For psychologists, one of the more popular theories espoused is the trait approach to personality, or
the idea that people have consistent personality characteristics that can be measured and studied
(Kalat, 2002, 512). However there are several problems that arise. First, there are significant cross
cultural differences, so one set of personality traits for one culture may differ considerably for
another. The next problem would concern the creation of a test that could accurately measure these
traits. While psychologists have for the most part addressed these issues, I will focus on the latter
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Overall, I believe that the test was fairly accurate in measuring certain factors of my personality so
much so that it was difficult for me to find certain factors that I did not agree with. However
there were two factors, E (dominance) and Q1 (rebelliousness), which I believe were a bit
overrated in myself. Aside from these the test seemed to adequately define facets of my
personality. For warmth (factor A) my sten score read 4, indicating that I am slightly more
reserved and critical that easygoing and good natured. I scored a 7 in ego strength (factor C),
classifying me as more stable and emotionally mature and less emotional and changeable in
attitudes. In dominance (factor E) my sten score read 8, meaning I am more assertive,
competitive and stubborn rather than submissive, dependent and humble. I received an average
score of 5 in impulsivity (factor F) indicating a slightly more serious and sober approach to the
world over the cheerful and enthusiastic view. As for boldness (factor H), I received a sten
score of 4 signifying a more shy and restrained approach to things as opposed to an adventurous
genial one. I received a median score of 5 for emotional sensitivity (factor I) demonstrating my
slightly more tough minded and self reliant view in contrast to a sensitive insecure one. For
imagination (factor M) a score of 8, indicating that I am more imaginative, unconventional and
absorbed in ideas and am less so for practicality and the prosaic.
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The Limitations Of William Faulkner
Howe, Irving. The Limitations of A Rose for Emily. William Faulkner: A Critical Study. ed.
William Faulkner, Bloom s Literature, 2007. Web. 21 Nov. 2015 One of the most famous
stories from William Faulkner, an American writer, was A rose for Emily and which requires
some understanding. It is about a relation between South and North, with Miss. Emily
representing the decadent South and Homer Barron the rapacious North. Faulkner made the
story so glaring and pointed in its effects and solicit a stringent line of interpretation. The title of
the story can say a lot about the purpose, but once reading through the story, it can justified the
theme of the story. Faulkner s type of writing catches people attention and keeps them reading to
the end of the story. The claim that the author is trying to persuade on this argument is
completely true because Faulkner made a good job writing the story with atmospheric detail.
When I read the story, it can easily catch my attention because of the way he wrote it. Also, The
Climax of the story justified the theme of the story. one s sense of the story s limitations can be
summed up by saying that finally it calls our attention not to its represented material but to the
canny skill with which Faulkner manipulates it. ( Howe 1). Notable for its control of atmospheric
detail, the story is a tour de force, and for all its undeniable detail, too cunningly a tour de force.
(Howe 1) Kurtz, Elizabeth Carney. Faulkner s A Rose for
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Rhetorical Analysis Of On Dumpster Diving By Lars Eighner
On Dumpster Diving by Lars Eighner is a collective work on the issue of Dumpster Diving, in
which Eighner depicts his own adventures as a Diver. His development of the central contention,
this way of life is not as it is portrayed or stigmatized, is progressed through Eighner s inclusion of
the three persuasive appeals: pathos, logos, and ethos. These three devices coupled with other
rhetorical devices provide an alluring argument, in which the reader sees the other side through a
new lens, and their opinions on this issue is vastly differed, upon completion of the reading.
The first appeal would be pathos, appealing to the audience s emotions by invoking a plethora of
feelings from personal examples. For instance, Eighner characterizes the sadness involved in
Dumpster Diving as he depicts of pets that are thrown into dumpsters asserting that, Although [he]
hope[s] to get off the streets so that Lizbeth [his dog] can have a long and comfortable old age
[....W]hen [Lizbeth s] time comes she too will go into a Dumpster (116). This shows how
Dumpster Diving is not as effortless and free flowing as it is conventionalized, depicting the
sorrow which is invoked. Using pets as an example is quite emotional in itself, as pets are
considered close to people s hearts, as well as being relatable. Consequently, the case of the
author pondering on his own pet s future, creates a connection between the reader and, thus
allows for the pain of the author to be felt by the reader. Another example of pathos is when
Eighner introduces himself as a Dumpster Diver and homeless as a result of the negative
connotations associated with the phrase Dumpster Diver and homeless, a sense of pity is directed
towards Eighner, as the way of living for him is drastically different from contemporary means.
One last example of an emotional appeal would be the narrative on the so called can scroungers.
Eighner accentuates the fact that these two groups [can scroungers and scavengers] are polar by
criticizing that Can scroungers lay waste to everything in their path and [. ...W]ill even go through
individual garbage cans, something [Eighner has] never seen a scavenger do (115). This text
renders the dichotomy Eighner is intending to
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Gerald Sandusky Case
After reviewing serval sources related to this case, it is clear that this was an ongoing issue for
many years and the scope may extend into the 1970 s if new allegations are corroborated.
The case officially begins on November 4, 2011 when the Attorney General of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania filed charges against Gerald Sandusky (Sandusky) that included multiple counts of
aggravated indecent assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors, unlawful
contact with minors, and endangering the welfare of minors. Several of the charges cover offenses
that occurred between 1998 and 2002 when Sandusky was either the Defensive Coordinator for the
Penn State University (PSU) football team or as a professor Emeritus with unrestricted access to
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In November of 2012, then president of PSU was indicted for grand jury perjury, obstruction of
justice, child endangerment, failure to report child abuse and conspiracy in connection with the
scandal (Sokolove, 2014). Then Coach Joe Paterno was not charged in relation to the Sandusky
scandal, however, he died of cancer shortly after Sandusky s arrest and his firing from PSU.
Aside from the allegations of child sexual abuse, the revelation of a cover up and who actually
knew of Sandusky s behavior appears to be just as shocking. Through independent and Grand
Jury investigations, a small circle of the most powerful people at PSU knew, for almost a decade,
of Sandusky s behavior and chose not to take appropriate actions to protect children from a sexual
predator and concealed Sandusky s behavior from the University s Board of Trustees, the
community and
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Dunkin Donuts Case Study
Strategic Management and Strategic Competiveness
Martha Torres
BUS499 Business Administration Capstone
Strayer University
10/13/2017
Dunkin Donuts Case
Dunkin Donuts is a global company dealing in coffeehouses and donuts that has its roots in the
USA. It was founded by William Rosenberg in the year 1950 in the locality of Quincy in
Massachusetts. It is currently based in Canton in Massachusetts. The company is a very
relatable success story since it has been able to grow over the years and becoming one of the
greatest and most loved stop for coffee and baked goods. Furthermore, it has over 12,000 outlets
in 36 countries across the world. The donuts company most common chain of products are bagels,
coffee, donuts and a variety of both iced and hot beverages. The primary competitor for this
company is Starbucks followed by the Honey Dew Donuts Company (Rangaswamy, 2007). This
essay is going to discuss into detail the effects of globalization and technology on Dunkin Donuts,
determine how the company could earn above average returns using industrial organization and
resource based models, the impact of mission and vision statements and lastly, how all types of
stakeholders affect the company s performance.
First off, globalization has increased the global presence of the company. The company has been
proudly serving its customers in over 3100 stores in the USA only for over 40 years now.
Furthermore, going global and opening outlets in 36 other countries has
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Amanda Mann s Death In Venice
Amanda Stevenson
Wilson High School: 0838
Works in Translation Written Assignment
Word Count: 1326
Amanda Stevenson
IB English
Works in Translation Written Assignment
Death in Venice: Works in Translation Written Assignment
Throughout Death in Venice, Mann uses geographical locations and natural occurrences to prove
that external conflicts are caused by a man s internal conflict and reflection and that one event in
can parallel and possibly characterize a protagonist.
Although Aschenbach is an acclaimed artist, specifically a writer, he has a very structured life
throughout his development. He supposedly has great self discipline, which leads to him
withholding certain things and details when he gets older. His younger years of ... Show more
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Aschenbach tries to approach and impress Tadzio towards the end of the novel. Tadzio dies soon
after this, which is a clear form of rejection, thus symbolizing the metaphorical earthquake for
Aschenbach. This rejection really hurts Aschenbach and all of his inner feelings. At this point,
Aschenbach sees the crater that has formed between him and Tadzio. Once craters are formed with
natural earthquakes, they cannot be fixed with nature, they must be patched up with the methods
only man provides. This image of division created by Aschenbach shows him that Tadzio will never
accept him and there is nothing he can do about
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How Did Joseph Louis Gay Lusac Influence The French...
One of the greatest scientists of the industrial age was named Joseph Louis Gay Lussac. He was
born on December 6, 1778, in St. Leonard located in central France. His parents named Antoine
Gay Lussac and Leonadre Bouriquet also gave birth to four other children, he however was the
eldest of the five children. Joseph Gay Lussac was born in the French Revolution, and it had
greatly affected his early childhood. Two of his greatest roles was taken away from him due to
the social and political disruption. His father was a public prosecutor and judge advocate, he
however was later arrested because he was a suspect. And his private tutor fled to another country
due to the French Revolution. Joseph Louis Gay Lussac was originally sent to a boarding school
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Where he excluded water vapor from his apparatus and used dry gases. He had concluded that
equal volumes of all gases expanded equally with the same increase of temperature.Gay Lussac s
laws stated that combining volume state, gases react together to form other gases. His laws dealt
with volumes, pressures and temperatures. Another experiment Joseph Louis Gay Lussac
conducted was with a hydrogen balloon. He did this by making an ascent to see whether the
magnetic intensity at the surface of earth decreased with an increase in altitude. To conduct this
experiment they had also carried long wires to test the electricity of different parts of the
atmosphere. His experiment in the sky was a big achievement during his time period and was not
beaten for another fifty years. Lastly, for that experiment they also collected a sample of air from
the highest altitude to compare the composition with the air of ground air. His experiments mostly
consisted of the observations of pressure, temperature, and
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Analysis Of The Closure Of Holden Plants At Port Melbourne
ASSESSMENT 3
REPORT ON HOLDEN
6/4/2015
INDERPREET SINGH
11556987
Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1
2.INTRODUCTION1
3.TRAINING DEVELOPMENT2
3. PERFOREMANCE MANAGEMENT4
4. REWARD MANAGEMENT5
5. CONCLUSION6
6. REFRENCES7
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This report illustrates about the closure of Holden plants at port Melbourne and Adelaide in 2017.
This Report tells about the different ways of human resource department work on three areas in
training and development, performance management and reward management to maintain the
productivity and maintain efficient work force in employees of the organisation.
2.INTRODUCTION
Holden has recognised best dealership in Australia by naming them 2014 Grand Masters.
Holden has a well reputed and trust worthy brand for the Australian s from last few decades.
They had doing a great job to get their customers trust. Holden s annual grand masters is the
ultimate dealer performance recognition program, customer services, measuring sales excellence,
after sale delivery, training and other quality measures across all areas of the business (GM,
2015). Holden has always taking care of their employees need and provides proper resources to
feel comfortable for doing job. They also give importance in the area of training and development,
performance management and reward management for their employees. However, Holden had
announced in 2013 that Holden to cease making cars in Australia in 2017 (Herald
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Wong United Swot Analysis
The official club sponsor of Newcastle United is Wonga, which is a digital finance company that
has agreed a four year deal with the rich in tradition football club. Wonga has also purchased the
naming rights of the stadium, but have not changed the name due to avoiding controversies with
the loyal fans. Alongside the above mentioned, Wonga have also invested ВЈ1.5 million in the Club
s Academy. Errol Damelin, founder and CEO of Wonga said: We re really proud to be involved
with Newcastle United FC. It is one of the biggest and most important clubs in the UK by any
measure and has a fantastic following around the world. We ve lots of initiatives planned to make
match days extra special for loyal fans. What really matters for Wonga is to
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Comparing Xia Shu s Bow Hung On Two Metal Hooks At The...
Xia Shu s bow hung balanced on two metal hooks at the head of Jingyan s bed.
Plum Blossom Prelude echoed in his bedroom as Jingyan s fingers mindlessly flitted over the
holes of the jade flute. A memory long lost to time drifted back to him. During a ritualistic nightly
excursion with Xiao Shu outside of the imperial palace, Jingyan scraped his arm scaling a rock
wall and Xia Shu bandaged the wound with expert precision.
If you tie it this way, it stays firmly on without sacrificing breathability.
The knot was unique. Even Jingan couldn t learn to tie it the same way.
Above him, Jingyan heard a muted shuffle and then the unmistakable sound of a brick tile falling to
the ground. Jingyan halted his playing and glance up, as if he ... Show more content on
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He was special, but.. said Jingyan. He stood, walked over and brushed the tip of his finger along
the curve of Xiao Shu s bow. The wood was polished and smooth, but Jingyan didn t touch the
string, fearing that it d grown brittle in the cold. Between my brother and I, he would ve chosen my
brother. Between my father and him, I must choose my father.
That s tragic, said Yuan. The man reached out and then drew his hand back as if a sparked jumped
from the bow, I shouldn t have touched
Turning away, Jingyan said, Perhaps, he no longer cares.
After a stretch of silence, Yuan said, May I take you somewhere, Your Highness?
In the expanse of dead trees and snow in front of them, a memorial stone was half visible under the
arch of a large, fallen branch. Both men landed on the ground from their flight over the walls of the
Court of Eternity. Once stable on the ground, Jingyan approached and brushed the layer of fallen
snow from the engraved memorial stone.
Strength Loyalty
Greatness Nobility
Honorable Warrior of Liang Empire
Lie Zhanying
Jingyan s throat seized up. His body is here?
Yuan nodded.
Cold seeped from the foot of snow and stone ground beneath him, biting through the thick layers of
his cloak and clothes as he pressed both his knees to the ground and knelt before Zhanying s grave.
Without a word, Jingyan bowed three times before the grave. After the last time,
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Diamondback Moth Research Paper
Every year farmers crops are subject to droughts, floods, storms, and so much more. But one of
the biggest problems that seem to be plaguing the agricultural industry, specifically the cabbage
and lettuce industry, is pests. One pest in particular is the diamondback moth, and it has been
wreaking havoc all over New York. However, all is not lost; there still will be cabbage and lettuce
in the grocery store. The reason for this? Scientists have come up with an effective new way to
manage the diamondback moth, and it isn t reliant on pesticides. It uses genes. But, best of all, it
won t be one farmer paying for one treatment. It will be a universal movement, and this movement
has the possibility to revolutionize the crucifer, or, in more simple terms, the cabbage and lettuce
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The diamondback moth is an invasive species that is believed to have originated in Europe.
Since it was not originally native to New York, it has few natural predators, so the population
can easily spiral out of control. It is brown and tan in appearance and is somewhat elongated in
shape. Females lay approximately 150 eggs at a time, but they can lay up to 300. In addition, the
moth only lives for up to 16 days. This may not seem like a long time to us because we live for
decades, but the diamondback moth is laying eggs for ten out of those sixteen days (Capinera,
2000). Now think about it. That s a lot of larvae in a short amount of time. This can be a big
problem for farmers, especially because the problem comes in the form of a common moth. There
are so many moth varieties in New York that it is almost impossible to know all about each one,
and that is why farmers like me who live all around New York have an even tougher
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The Recession Of The United States
I. Introduction
Ever since World War II the United States has experienced many recessions. There have been many
terrible recessions that have hit this great country hard. What is a recession people may wonder? A
recession is a significant decline in activity across the economy, lasting longer than a few months. It
is visible in industrial production, employment, real income and wholesale retail trade. The
technical indicator of a recession is two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth as
measured by a country s gross domestic product (GDP). Although, the recession of 2001 wasn t a
dramatic and horrible recession, it was the end of the longest expansion our country had seen
since WWII. The expansion following the recession of 1991 was 10 years up until this recession
of 2001. Furthermore, this recession was difficult and was hard to deal with and overcome, because
during the time of this recession our country experienced 9/11.
II. Causes of the Recession
After the longest economic expansion in history, the U.S. experienced a recession in 2001. The
Recession of 2001 was relatively short, but still had its impact upon us Americans. Just like
many of the previous recessions our great country has faced, this one had many reasons as to
why we fell into a recession as well. Some of the reasons we experienced a recession in 2001 is,
because of the collapse of the dotcom bubble, the attack on 9/11, and a series of accounting attacks
at major U.S Corporations. The
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A Form Of Geometric Art Invented By The Famous Dutch Artist
Elementarism is a form of geometric art invented by the famous Dutch artist named Theo van
Doesburg. According to him, the new architecture was elementary (Misa, pg. 238), i.e. architecture
should be established and then advanced from its rudimentary elements of construction. He said
that architecture wasn t a subject that could be understood in a brief manner, it was meant to be
studied in detail with a firm and complete knowledge about its function, mass, plane, time, space,
light, color and material (Misa, pg. 238). Keeping this concept of elementarism in mind, skilled
architects like Rietvelf and van Doesburg build the Schroeder house in Utrecht and a reconstructive
plan for Berlin respectively, which later came to be known as... Show more content on
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Independent investors, designers, architects along with many autonomous organizations used to
play an important role in developing skyscrapers, synthetic dyes, electricity and other household
technologies in the earlier years, but the military set its stamp from the start of the industrial era
(Misa, pg. 251). The technologies produced by the military such as computer chips, nuclear
power, artificial intelligence, Internet, etc. gave the world a kick start in the field of modern
technology (Misa, pg. 251). The Apollo Missions between the years 1969 and 1972 were
possible only due to the military derived rockets; even the space shuttles missions were successful
due to the satellites positioned by the military (Misa, pg. 251). Highly advanced technological
companies such as IBM, Boeing, Lockheed, MIT, Raytheon, etc. too were being funded by the
military (Misa, pg. 251). This ongoing state of economic affair during the industrial era was
termed as Pentagon capitalism by an industrial engineer named Seymour Melman (Misa, pg. 251).
According to him, it was a really gloomy time because the capitalism went from being profit
maximizing to contract maximizing (Misa, pg. 251). Furthermore the 20th century saw the
universities as well as companies, government foundations and all military services knee deep into
finding and funding new technologies (Misa, pg. 252). This was being done in the hope of
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Global Ship Tracking Essay
networks to be utilized with Satellite transceivers as a primary means of tracking of ships and
all land vehicle movements in the seaports via Maritime Traffic Control Centres (TCC).
Proposed satellite tracking systems may be used in all possible applications for determination
spatial coordinates such as position, speed and navigational status of target objects, which via
GNSS equipment may provide PTV data for maritime and all transportation applications. These
systems mainly are necessary for improved collision avoidance of ships especially in areas with
heavy traffic moving such as sea channels, approaching to anchorages and inside of seaports. Using
standalone GPS or GLONASS data these systems can provide spe
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Onboard oceangoing ships can be installed many of satellite tracking equipment already
designated for SAT onboard all mobiles such as vehicles, trains, containers and aircraft, but with
simply modification for very harsh weather and severe sea conditions. This equipment has to
suitable for: 1. Possibility for installation onboard each mobile including ship, and some have to
carry 3 to 5 years batteries, so to work properly even when ship is in emergency situations without
any power supply; 2. Pre programming for different requirements and to send GPS location and
other data on pre defined intervals via any GEO or Non GEO satellite systems to shore host
application or can be integrated with a mapping application;
Fig. 2. Configuration of GST via GNSS and GEO/Non GEO Satellites [2]
3. Pulling facilities at shore TCS and getting position of any desired ships in vicinity; and 4.
Sending positioning messages from TCS to all ships requesting these navigation data of adjacent
ships. As stated before, current LRIT system is not projected to do this very important service for
collision avoidance of ships. It is important to express that LEO Globalstar and Orbcomm satellite
systems are providing both simplex and duplex (two way) satellite transmission. Duplex satellite
system is
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My Fellow America Rhetorical Analysis
I don t begin my speech today with the classic introduction My fellow Americans because I am
speaking to more than just Americans today. While several stories come to mind, a multitude
share one similar to mine, coming from a mixed background into a country that has opened its
doors as a land of opportunity and a second home. Those who have built a life of significance
have often extended a helping hand to many who did not have the same prospects or success in
their own ventures. This is the unifying thread in the saga of the American epic and what I seek to
revitalize as President of the United States.
Native to all tales of America are accounts of achievement, people who took from their sweat and
labor untold riches. The path to their goal was often marred by monumental obstacles, naturally
different to every story. While my family constructed their own road for progress, I spent my time
inside and outside the classroom making the greatest mark I could in my community. My time in
high school was characterized by excelling spectacularly in academics while simultaneously
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Their work parallels my message, one which focuses on self sacrifice for the sake of humanity
and furthering the interests of individuals and society alike. This attitude has been shaped by an
experience in my junior year where I helped the impoverished child communities of Ecuador. It
was my first volunteer opportunity abroad and the discoveries brought on by the service
emboldened my posture of selfless action. As a result, I will be volunteering once again next year
in the Dominican Republic, building homes and distributing medical supplies in a local village.
The work we do as Americans should be shaped by our chosen mission in life and pave a path
towards success everyone can
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Compare Capulet s Intention To Create Tension Between...
Humanity s susceptibility to its primitive impulses is what ultimately facilitates an ancient feud
between Capulets and Montagues to remain prevalent to a contemporary generation of characters.
Within the introductory scene of the story, two members of the Capulet family, Sampson and
Gregory, indirectly introduce a conflicted reality of two families, Capulets and Montagues. Both
families are established as parallels of social dignity and resultantly, are also depicted as natural
rivals and competitors. Upon noticing a member of the Montague family, Abram, Sampson and
Gregory are compelled to insult and intimidate him as it, is [a] disgrace to them to bear it. The
Capulet s intention to create tension between the families exemplifies how
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How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco s Life
During a time when young people do most of their communicating from behind a computer
screen, Jon Ronson wrote an article called, How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco s
Life. It is a report consisting of five different stories about people who were publicly humiliated
because of their distasteful social media posts. Instead of focusing on the mistakes of the tweeters,
Ronson discusses the fairness of their punishment. In order to catch and keep the attention of his
young audience, Ronson uses rhetorical devices that will make readers feel emotions like shock
and sympathy. Ronson begins the article with the story of Justine Sacco. He opens with an
enumeration, a rhetorical device that makes a point with a lot of detail. As she made the long
journey from New York to South Africa, to visit family during the holidays in 2013, Justine Sacco,
30 years old, and the senior director of corporate communication at IAC, began tweeting acerbic
little jokes about the indignities of travel (How One Stupid... 1). This gives the audience all of the
information about Justine Sacco that they need, and also makes them want to continue reading to
find out what the tweets said. He follows this opening with quotations of Justine s actual tweets.
Ronson knew that if he wanted to change the way people used social media he had to get the
attention of the generation that uses it the most. He does this by not overwhelming the audience
with facts. Instead he gives them the information
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Disadvantages Of Window Display
A window display is one of the key elements in visual merchandising that bring in the new and the
existing customers. It allows the brand to display new arrivals, the promotional and best selling
products. It also allows consumer to interpret the brand s image and style direction through the
window display. A visually stimulating and realistic window display will most likely to influence
customers purchase decisions on the go. The smart way is to create different based on inspirations
such as apparel collections as it makes it more relatable.
Window display also has great impacts on the brand s reputation too! For example, Harrods
Christmas displays have never lacked luxury and classiness. Every year, the windows have
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In the case of Whispering Windows system, a third party consultant has videoed the reactions of
passersby to this new technology on a window display. The video showed the dramatic difference
in consumers response to the window as it music is being played vs. no audio displays. Passersby
were intrigued by the music infused display and the department store sales have a drastic increase
of over 40%.
As the saying goes, the eyes are the windows to the soul. If so, the poorly implemented window
displays definitely does not have the eyes to the soul.
Unfortunately, many brands neglect the importance of design, update, and showcase or even put
in effort to build a window display. In most cases, the window displays of some brands appear to
be too practical and hard sell, and lacks the element of design and emotional connection.
In additional, brands without a team of professional visual merchandiser/artist have to resort to self
composing. Without the expertise of the professionals, most likely the window display does not go
in line with its brand image and will now convey the exact brand s message to its potential
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Racial Tension In To Kill A Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee portrays conflict and racial tension in the south in a small
community known as Maycomb. The town is examined by viewing each individual s morals and
ethics that either creates drama in the town or counts as an ethically correct lesson towards the
people. This is evident within the two children known as Scout and Jem., where their character
develops and changes drastically throughout the story due to crucial and vital lessons that not only
mature them but open them up to new perspectives, maturity and show them how courage can take
many forms. The first segment of the TKAM revolves around Boo radley, a mysterious figure that
the children portray as the monster of Maycomb, though they have not seen him, they... Show more
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As many would say that Atticus is courageous by striving to do the right thing, others like Jem
and Scout, during the first segment of the book, would see their father as an uncourageous and
inactive hero. As children, their view is varied and restricted due to the fact that Scout and Jem
criticise Atticus ability to play sports. They constantly complain about his ability to football and
his lawyering skills. They do not appreciate the courage and risk he is taking by defending an
African American and doing the right thing. Perhaps in a child s perspective, courage is seen
when he shoots the dog with a rifle. However, as they later on see that courage can take many
forms like Ms. Dubose s morphine addiction and how Atticus takes the leap of faith by choosing
to do the right thing and protect Tom Robinson. This resonates with Jem because he sees his
father s Lawyering abilities and how he is using the for the good of Maycomb. One can tell that
Jem has a lot of hope in him and as if Atticus might actually win the case. However, as realistic
and compelling as the evidence might seem, Jem is unaware of the racist adult society of
maycomb. Nevertheless, by using his father s morals and the evidence he was shown in the court.
Jem finally comes to a realization that pure racism is affecting the views and minds of not only the
Jury but the entire town of
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The generation which sustained democracy through and after...
The generation which sustained democracy through and after the Second World War is dying,
and the baby boom that followed is passing into old age (Youniss 99). An older generation can
ignore addressing the issues of climate change, social security, and lack of cooperation among
elected officials, but today s children and youth have to deal with the consequences (98). A
democratic society should worry because we are not preparing youth to engage in politics and
community affairs (Syvertsen et al 593). A new electorate unwilling to act will allow these
problems to continue unattended and to worsen. A democracycannot maintain itself without active
citizens, and young people cannot live up to their full potential as citizens unless they... Show more
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These challenges demand a coherent response, forcing people to think better.
Public discussion is a key part of the deliberative arts, which teach students how to identify and
develop a plan to solve a problem. The first art is framing, in which the group identifies all
potential options for achieving a goal. The next art is democratic deliberation, where students
discuss each option and judge it in relation to the group s goal. The next is working together for
mutual goals, wherein each member has to resist the urge to solve the problem on their own.
Students must also learn how to work together over an extended time, and how to evaluate their
own goals, actions, and results (Fleming 43 44).
A high school business teacher in Howard, South Carolina used these practices together to show his
students how to affect change. He obtained a grant from a local university to study the community s
cash flow. He took the problem to his students, who then conducted meetings with local business
owners, consulted with county auditor, and surveyed community members. From the data they
found that people were spending money in larger cities some distance away. The class published
the results, and local residents read the study and responded by buying more locally. Annual taxes
exceeded projections, and the auditor estimated that taxes infused six to seven million dollars into
the local economy. This project
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Flat Tax Summary
Ted Cruz s Reforms on the Flat Tax and its Effect on Individuals
Ted Cruz, a republican presidential candidate proposes a 10% flat tax on all individual wages and
income. Unlike his competitors, Cruz proposes to eliminate the payroll tax and replace it with a
16% business flat tax (Rubin, 2016, p. 5). It increases the Standard Deduction from $6,300 ($12,600
married filing jointly) to $10,000 ($20,000 married filing jointly) while retaining the personal
exemption. Cruz proposes to eliminate the Alternative Minimum Tax. However, the candidate does
not offer any tax reforms on social security as well as Medicare. He expects to maintain them at
their current level. Even then, the candidate has unique tax proposals, which are envisaged to ensure
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In accordance to Paul s plan, this new tax will replace the gift and the estate taxes as well as
sealing all the loopholes that usually favor the bigger businesses. Paul is also in support of the flat
tax rate that he envisages as eliminating unfair practices such as double taxation of individuals.
Apparently, Paul in his tax proposal is against the disbandment of the IRS. He says that he
would minimize its influence. According to his proposal, downsizing the IRS will make him to
ensure an economic boom. Paul is also supportive of Fiorina s proposal to simplify the tax code.
He says that simplifying the tax code will create more jobs, expand opportunities for all as well
as boost wages. Paul became the unique candidate in the 2016 presidential race when he proposed
to oppose any efforts that would increase taxes (Tucker, 2015, p. 103). Experts believe that if
elected as the president of the United States, he will live to his promise, considering that when he
ran for the US senate seat in 2010 in Kentucky, he ensured that no taxes were increased during his
tenure. Paul s plan to oppose efforts to increase taxes is against the principle of adequacy, which
suggests that an adequate taxation system should uphold the level of public services demanded by
policy makers as well as citizens
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Cocaine Abuse
Cocaine abuse has been a persistent health problem worldwide for many years (Platt, 2002).
Adults aged 18 to 25 year have a higher rate of current cocaine use than any other age group, with
1.5 percent of young adults reporting past month cocaine use (The Science of Drug Abuse
Addiction , 2013). Every drug has a history as to how it came about, also, as to why it is used and
or abused among adults. Each drug has its own chemical make up, along with how that drug works
in the human body. Treatment of cocaineaddiction must be comprehensive, and strategies need to
assess the neurobiological, social, and medical aspects of the patient s drug abuse (The Science of
Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Due to the treatment intensity, how willing one... Show more content
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NA is a community twelve based program (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Also,
Narcotics Anonymous attenders were found to have more involvement with the criminal justice
system, greater lifetime drug use, earlier age of first alcohol use, and prior treatment attempts
than non/infrequent attenders (Davey Rothwell, 2008). However, NA may benefit form
supportive fellowship and from sharing with those experiencing common problems and issues
(The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). (Meyer Quenzer, 2013) If attending a twelve step
program on daily basis, one is more likely to have a positive outcome (Davey Rothwell, 2008).
Treatment truly depends on how badly a person wants to start a new sober
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Pygmalion And Galatea And My Fair Lady Research Paper
In today s world we are set to view that the opposite gender is becoming more of an equality
view. We see that in today s society we are presented with the idea that women can do anything
men can do. Yet in the myth of Pygmalion Galatea and the film My Fair Lady we are set forth to
see the different views on the opposite genderand how gender criticism comes to life. Developing
feelings is based on how we see the person, throughout we see both characters develop
relationships based on how they create this person, each man forms new feelings and perception
on women as they sculpt and create, their views on women are changed and the gender criticism
views flip. Our society today has become more accepting with equality in gender. We are faced
with having the opposite sex come out above us even with the disadvantages of paternity and
having more emotions. Women are oppressed by patriarchy economically, politically, socially,
and psychologically; patriarchal ideology is the primary means by which they are kept so.
(Brizee). Women are seen as less of men due to their disadvantages such as birth and their
emotions. Both characters don t really generate feelings for women because they are focused on
themselves and are under the impression that women are all the same. Women have more
psychological and primarily different logic than men hence the reason they generally make women
out to be less than them. Back then women were viewed as less capable and not having the ability
to do the things men can do. We are taught that now a days no matter what your gender is you can
be anything you want. Feminist criticism concern itself with stereotypical representations of
genders. It also may trace the history of relatively unknown or undervalued women writers,
potentially earning them their rightful place within the literary canon, and helps create a climate in
which women s creativity may be fully realized and appreciated. (Delahoyde). The stereotype that
is known about females is that we represent a more delicate nature. Yet we see many women
coming out on top and creating work that no man has done. Eventually women become more
noticed and recognized for their efforts and creativity. In the myth Pygmalion
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Wine Industry Analysis
The US winery industry had a growth rate of 4.7% between 2006 and 2011, and is expected to
grow by a rate of 4.9% over the next five years [ (IBISWorld) ]. In California alone an average of
175 wineries have opened every year since 2000 [ (Richard Green) ]. The states of New York and
Virginia have been major players in the US wineindustry. The data shows that the demand for
wine has been increasing at an exponential rate over the past 5 years. Average annual revenue for
the wine industry is expected to be estimated at $20.2 billion through 2016 [ (IBISWorld) ]. The
growth of the wine industry, particularly over the past 10 years, can be attributed to a few key
drivers in the market. Per capita consumption of alcohol has increased... Show more content on
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These wineries would import large amounts of wine in bulk, and then bottle the wine in the US.
This allowed the larger wineries to sell their wine at a considerably cheaper price, hurting the
smaller domestic wineries. In 2011, the import market share in wine was roughly 26.5% [
(IBISWorld) ]. The amount of foreign wine entering the US has been on the rise ever since it
was named the largest consumer of wine in the world. Foreign producers, who are experiencing
a decline in business in their home country, are looking for new markets to sell their product.
Countries such as Argentina, Chile, Australia and New Zealand are able to produce their wine
at a lower cost than the US. The import of these wines has heated up the competition in the US
creating benefits for the US wine consumer. The superior quality of the imported wines has also
changed consumers thinking as far as how much should be spent on a good wine. The immediate
future looks promising for the wine industry. In 2012, the industry is expected to grow by 4.4%,
and will only increase through 2016 [ (IBISWorld) ]. The wine industry relies on a three tier
distribution system. The producers sell to the wholesalers, who then sell to the retailers. The
national sales tier consists of suppliers who sell to a wholesale distributor [ (Tincknell amp;
Tincknell) ]. As suppliers continue to consolidate, the larger producers will have the upper hand due
to
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Diversity Management Strategies
Diversity management strategies
IBM diversity management within the work place
As explained by John (2011) IBM is the one of the biggest multinational company they are hires
more than 400,000 employees over 200 countries. They recruit scientists, sales professionals,
consultants and engineers. Even in the department level there are various background peoples
working together for achieve common goal. So the managing several background employees are
very important to increase productivity and team cohesiveness. . There are several measures that
have been taken by IBM relate to diversity management. Others are,
Ensure employees fully participate as partner
According to argument of Edwin (2008) The Company had six months global executive task force
which was establish in 1995 for equal facilitating to opportunities within the firm. Executive invite
all the group members to participate with them actively for showing a diversity difficulties or
challenges. This method is used at the small scale which can ensure the mutual trust, expectation,
diversity goals. This method is very good since it tells that organisation is like to take advices or
suggestions from the employee and considering playing a significant role in the decision making
process of the IBM. Further more employees have very good chance to develop or communicate the
executives face to face. That process makes employees and executives more understandable. This
understanding is simplifies the organisational
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Fighting Without Knowledge Will Hurt Essay
In this era of information overload, our brains are bombarded by so many different news outlets it
can be difficult to choose which channel you want to watch. With all the accusations of liberal or
conservative bias dominating the feuds between the cable news channels, it would be easiest to
choose the channel that we believe best fits our own ideological views. When you look at MSNBC
and Fox News the ideologies seem to be completely opposite, but they have some similarities.
Both are accused of having either a liberal or a conservative bias and it is not very difficult to tell
which side the outlet leans toward, because of their constant bickering back and forth.
Fox News Channel may have an abundance of conservative opinion programs ... Show more content
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To some this seems absurd, but it is what his base group wants to hear. Whereas on the other side,
you have pundits like Ed Schultz who never criticize the current president, no matter what follies
he may commit, he only demonizes the previous one, again playing to the beliefs of his following.
It is the constant bickering between the people of opposing political ideologies that make the news
difficult for the common man to take with a grain of salt.
Beck often uses what seem to be scare tactics to get of his points across; whereas Schultz is more
likely to give you his own opinion mixed in with some facts to make it all seem completely true.
Neither method is successful in trying to create a balanced news outlet. In fact, the opinions of
each side are grounded so far in the left or right that the middle is impossible to find. I purpose
that Beck should visit MSNBC for a time, while Schultz takes a turn at FNC. Even though the
notion of these dyed in the wool party supporters walking in the shoes of their polar opposites
may seem absurd, but I believe that it would tone both of them down. I hope that it would give
each a reality check and it would bring much needed balance to the cable channels. If the hosts
were open to other people s opinions, no matter how different they were from their own, it would
make the American people feel more trusting toward news people in general and give both
extremes a sense of
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Essay on King Tutankhamun and His Treasures
King Tutankhamun and His Treasures
The ancient Egyptians were noted for many things, one of which would have been their artwork.
Egyptians used many medians in their artwork that enhanced the details and beauty of every piece
of art. Their artwork is fascinating and mysterious, which pulls in the viewer into wanting to learn
more. One of the most important and unique Egyptian artworks belongs to King Tutankhamun, a
young pharaoh of Egypt. A brief history of the discovery of King Tut s tomband the importance and
beauty of certain pieces found in his tomb, will be discussed in this essay.
King Tutankhamun s tomb was the prize that archaeologist Howard Carter sought out for in the
Valley of the Kings. Carter was running out of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Peace was brought to Egypt during his reign as the worship of Amon, the Egyptians universal god,
abandoned under Akhenaton, was restored and Thebes, the city sacred to Amon, was again made
Egypt s capital. King Tut was not really an important pharaoh, but he is well known today because
of his intact tomb and the fabulous treasures found within.
King Tut s tomb contained many beautiful and elaborate pieces of artwork. Artwork varying
from wood sculptures, gold statues, wall paintings, writing utensils, intricate pieces of jewelry,
busts of the king s head, and many more were all discovered in his tomb. The sculptures
illustrate how Egyptian sculptors represent the realistically poses and statures of the human body.
Detail is another factor that is seen in all the artwork, whether it be a painted eye, a perfectly
carved beetle (scarab), or the placement of different colored jewels in a necklace. I am astounded
at how many items were found and how each one is entirely different from the next. It s amazing to
know that Egyptians cared so much for their leaders to put so much time and effort into their
artwork.
One piece that stands out of all the treasures in King Tut s tomb is the bust of his head that is
resting on what is said to be a lotus. The bust is carved in wood and overlaid with gesso (a mixture
of plaster and glue for use as a surface for painting). The face represents King Tut as a child with
disproportionate earlobes and it has
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Country Mouse Archetypes
I chose to analyze the fairytale of The Country Mouse And The Town House. The character
archetypes in the short footage was a country mouse that lived an average lifestyle whereas on the
other hand the town mouse had a fancy outfit that resembles well off. Both town and country mouse
are the main characters. The country mouse archetype is a less fortunate character. On the other
hand, the town mouse is more wealthy then the country mouse. The country mouse showed the
other mouse around the countryside and try all the food that was offered. The town mouse was
thrilled to see farms whereas he never seen anything like this back in the town. The town mouse
didn t like the food that the country mouse offered so he insisted him to visit the town
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What I Learned In My Writing Class
When I enrolled in this class, I was sure that it will influence the way I write and read. I have a
relatively large experience with academic writing and reading; still, I would have benefited even
from slight improvements in my approach, methods, and techniques I use for writing and reading
assignments. Because of this class my reading, writing, and thinking processes became more
efficient.
I knew that my reading process was not efficient for the academic purposes. Before this class, my
critical reading was more akin to my pleasure reading. Thus, I spent incredible amounts of time on
reading assignments. I believe that the lesson about critical reading was very informative and
helpful since it provided particular methods and techniques which truly enhance the reading quality.
Some of the techniques like skimming the titles, finding the thesis and main ideas in the text were
familiar to me. However, the idea of annotation was new to me. I found the three word ... Show
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Though I have spent many years learning English, it is an ongoing process that requires a lot of
hard work. I was very glad to find out that the first four weeks of the course would be focused on
grammatical rules and sentence patterns. Because I never focused on the structure of my sentences,
I believe I wrote dull and flat texts. Moreover, my punctuation was terrible since I had no
understanding of English punctuation. But the lessons on the sentence structure turned my world
upside down: It was hard to believe that even simple sentences have such a great variety and can
turn your paper into something very interesting in the terms of structure. Practicing skill of
building effective sentences in the same essay was very helpful, for it allowed to focus purely on
the sentence and structure patterns rather than on the context. My writing improved since the
beginning of the semester and I became a more confident
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The Abuse of Alcohol by College Students
Alcohol and the abuse of it by college students is a big problem that many college towns such as
Iowa City, Iowa, are facing. With increasingly more students drinking alcohol, what was once just a
casual drink can quickly turn into binge drinking. This behavior has many consequences for not
only the student, but also the public. By being resilient and working together as a community, we
all could make it easier to combat this problem of binge drinking in college students in IowaCity
and the troubles that arise from it. Binge drinking is defined as the consumption of alcoholthat
raises a person s blood alcohol concentration in a short amount of time. This usually means five
or more drinks for men and four or more drinks for women within a two hour time span.
Although most college students are not able to drink alcohol legally until their junior year,
studies have shown that about four out of five college students drink alcohol before the legal
age of twenty one. Of these college students who drink, about half of them engage in binge
drinking. Binge drinking increases the risk of alcohol poisoning, a condition that could result in
death. This level of drinking has also been shown to increase the risk of committing suicide and
/or being a victim of sexual assault. Between 1.2 and 1.5 percent of college students say they have
tried commit suicide and more than 97,000 college students are sexually abused as a result of
alcohol or drug use. (Warren) Binge drinking also affects
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Genghis Khan and Qin Shi Huang Essay
Zhen Zou
History is an amazing thing, which can let us harvest experience, which can make us look back at
the past, which can get us to compare with now. You can also find some incredible coincidences.
However, there were some differences in these coincidences. In old China, there were two great
emperors who both unified China Qin Shi Huang and Genghis Khan. As founders of Dynasties, they
were powerful leaders, military geniuses and brutal rulers. But, Genghis Khan paid more attention
to wars and the expansion of territory, and Qin Shi Huang unified the currency, word and measures
while establishing centralization.
People widely recognized that even though Genghis Khan, whose military talent was strong, was
very cruel. According to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Qin Shi Huang is the best there ever was. After he defeated other countries with his army and
built the centralization, he unified the currency, word, and measures. From 475 BC to 221BC,
ancient China was divided into a collection of seven states that were constantly at war. By
221BC, Qin Shi Huang was able to bring the seven states under his control. After that, Qin Shi
Huang became the first emperor in Chinese history. According to the Encyclopedia of World
Biography, the author had particularly given us a point that Qin Shi Huang began a series of
reforms to consolidate his rule with the defeat complete and the establishment of his emperorship.
(Szczepanski) Thanks to Qin Shi Huang s political talent and sensible policies, those reforms
helped the Qin Dynasty restore the economy after war. In order to consolidate his rule, he reformed
by unifying currency, word, and measures. Even though he unified the Chinese characters in
writing, which promoted the development of culture, he also suppressed scholars who were not to
his liking. Consequently, many scholars involved were killed in the capital of the Qin Dynasty. In
spite of this, he still is the best there ever was.
All in all, these two powerful, talented, and brutal leaders promoted the development of Chinese
history. Comparing the two great emperors, Genghis Khan was so
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  • 7. 1984 Literary Analysis In every country, county and city, a government is intact to resolve each community s issues. It is formed to further perfect each society to become a utopia for its citizens, but even within the government itself, obstacles, such as the balance of the state s power, remain. This type of dilemma is demonstrated throughout literature; one example can be recognized in George Orwells 1984. George Orwell uses literary elements to express social issues of the dystopian society in 1984. Many social issues involving social control from the governmentis expressed through the literary element of symbolism. Different recurring symbols in 1984 by George Orwell include the government figure Big Brother, Winston Smith s occupation, and Oceania s language... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The country s language, Newspeak, also symbolizes a form of the social control issue. This language is a digression from the original language Oldspeak, which is closely related to the English language. Newspeak is a gradual regression of Oldspeak because the dictionary for Newspeak is always being revised and shorten. Over time the citizens of Oceania gradually develop a smaller range of vocabulary. Thoughtcrime is opposing the Party in any way or having different beliefs from the Party, and this is a dilemma in Oceania. The only other way for the Party to eliminate thoughtcrime is to narrow the range of thought...make thoughtcrime impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever be needed will be expressed in one word, and make other thoughts inexpressible (52). Therefore there will not be a word to express a certain thought or feeling eliminating individuality and any way for the people of Oceania to know any different. Soon there will be no expression to explicit the strong feelings such as love or even hate. This is a very strong form of social control, but this social issue is recognized by Winston ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Nail Polish Observation Essay Observation: One day my mom was doing my sister s nails and decided to do nail art and poured some nail polish onto a styrofoam plate and before she could put it on the brush it burned a hole through the plate. After I saw that I decided that when I had to do a science fair project that s what I would do and here we are. I got the information to do this (like the procedure) from a website called education.com. I found out chemical name nail polish and styrofoam on sciencefix.com and gal science.com. Then I asked my Aunt , who is a chemist, would this be a on or above grade level project she said that it would be appropriate for 7 9 grade chemistry projects. I found out that the The main ingredient in nail polish is nitrocellulose, which creates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Riddhi SCORE: High Context: 37 Low Context: 34 1. With a specific example or two, illustrate how your informal socialization (parents, media, travel, religion, etc.) shaped your sense of individualism collectivism. Living in a family of six which included my grandparents, has always inculcated values in me. Life has always been thinking about others, the family or society of which I am a part. There have been instances like my parents wanted to make a trip to Malaysia for their 25th anniversary but my grandparents and others suggested a celebration with extended family gathering .They chose the latter. Many incidents like these show how the emotions of family stand much above our own interests. Second example I would like to quote ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 3. Pick a situation (personally or professionally) when your sense of individualism collectivism was challenged, and: Coming from a Brahmin Hindu family, I have been a vegetarian all my life and I have always been questioned on this. The questions like: 1) Is it because of you religion? 2) You do know that the animals are going to be killed anyway you re not saving anything? 3) But why are you vegetarian? 4) Where do you get your protein from? I definitely value the traditions my family gave me and at the same time I also respect the fact that I am a vegetarian. Adding to it, decision of being a vegetarian is not just a tradition but also because of animal rights. But yes, it s majorly because that is something our family has been following since beginning and no one has ever been a non vegetarian. If I becoming a non vegetarian will hurt emotions of my parents in any way then I would choose not to do it. (i) Briefly recount the circumstances which called this value into question, and describe how you reacted. I have been living away from home since last 6 years and 2 years in Bangalore was the duration in which I faced this situation the maximum. Whether it was with office colleagues or friends, I was generally the only one vegetarian. This would always be followed by a question: Do you know how many good things you are missing in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. The Stranger Of The Photo Is Not Me The Stranger in the Photo is Not Me I ve always felt a strange connection to the stars, one that I have never fully understood. I used to believe that it was simply the night itself that appealed to me. There is something so incredibly compelling about it. It s not the silence, necessarily, but the way that every breath is amplified; it s not so much the darkness, but the way that the stars light it up. There is an unparalleled magic to them, to the way that they swirl and writhe and explode of their own accord. Although the moon will orbit for eternity and the stars will eventually fade into submission, it is the latter that I admire the most. I would rather die at the hands of my own power and light than live infinitely off of the nectar of somebody else s. Perhaps that is why I tried to take my own life mere hours after this photo was taken. I could let the eating disorder, anxiety, and depression that were ravaging my life snatch it out of my hands, I could fight an impossible battle against my own head and begin the long, uncertain road to a seemingly unattainable recovery , or I could simply allow myself to explode. I will be the first to admit that the smile of the girl in this photo (bottom row, far left) looks awfully controlled for someone who was about to explode. I will also be the first to admit that I had every reason to be smiling. I was surrounded by my soccer teammates, who had been my metaphorical sisters since we were four years old and our most ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Progression Of Theatre Essay The beginnings of theatre go back far I history. It started by acting out of religious rites portrayed by sings and dances to their gods. It s believed to be started by the Greeks. The very words theatre, drama, tragedy and comedy are Greek in origin (Brown 13). England has been the center of theatricals for many generations. There are many actors from England that have achieved success in America. England s plays have been preformed on American stages. This paper follows the progression of the theatreand its elements of acting, set design and technology from birth to future in American theater. Americans love theatre, people flock to New York City to see the top plays, first runs and classics. There are many local community players, performing their arts in warehouse, strip malls, dinner clubs and... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A craft that was thought only for the rich has been marketed to children in schools, to their parents and tickets are now more affordable. People are drawn to this style of entertainment. There are theater lingo s like break a leg, the show must go on, dim the lights and curtain calls. I believe in times of struggle the theatre is a form of escape for the masses and has been an escape method throughout history. Theatre has continued to live on from the birth of American theatre to modern theatre and continuing on now to the future through the progression of acting, design and technology. To understand the progression of acting, design and technology in theatre we start with the past history, birth of American theatre. It was the visiting actors from England, landing first in Virginia, who laid the foundations of the American theatre, and along English lines that it developed ( Hartnoll 165). Playhouses began to spring up in Virginia, North Carolina and Philadelphia. These were the main areas of theatrical activity. The English ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The Effective District School Leader Is Visionary,... The effective district school leader is visionary, culturally competent, and promotes the success for all students utilizing all available resources within the community. ELCC 4.1. Standard Element 4.1 addresses educational improvement of the district by collecting and analyzing data relevant to the educational environment. The ELCC 4.1 was a culmination of assigned readings, coursework and internship activities. There were four internship activities under the course, ELAD 6003 School and Community Relations: Community Relations checklist, Sociological Inventory, Key Communicator s Task Force, and School Website Evaluations and these internship activities were completed in Abu Dhabi, UAE. during the spring 2015 semester. The school leader and I collaborated on the following internship activities in hopes of improving communication among parents and securing community partnerships, i.e. hotels, neighborhood grocery store. While the principal is a visionary school leader, many cultural obstacles prohibit the school from moving forward academically and socially, i.e. Females schools do not have websites The Community Relations Checklist internship activity allowed me to compare the differences of international school community relations and school community relations in the United States. There are some notable differences in how the policies are developed and communicated to the school and community. However, as I continued the research of the school ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Cost Accouting Systems for John Deere Component Works Management Consultants Report Executive Summary John Deere Component Works (JDCW) has been subject to a number of unsuccessful competitive bids due to the inherent deficiencies of their existing costing system. This has illustrated the importance of obtaining a thorough understanding of costs, and desirability of implementing a superior costing system. This report contains: * A general overview of the problems confronted by JDCW * An analysis of the current standard costing system * An exposition of Activity Based Costing (ABC) * An evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of each system * Recommendations Company Background Deere amp; Company is an iconic American corporation, renowned for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Following this revelation, management attention was directed to the current costing system. Traditional Costing System JDCW employed a traditional standard costing system throughout its operations. This form of costing permeated the industrial era, which was categorised by low overhead costs and the production of a limited variety of goods. Standard costing involves allocating overheads to cost objects using volume based cost drivers, such as machine or labour hours. Albeit easy to implement and understand, this system frequently results in over costing and under costing. JDCW priced their products based on full costs, which included all direct material, labour, overhead and period overhead, using standard costing. Whilst this practice was satisfactory for internal transactions, the inefficiencies were emphasised when JDCW sought to bid for parts against external suppliers. Number of machine hours, direct labour hours and material dollars were used as overhead allocation rates. By restricting the overhead rates to the aforementioned volume based activities, several problems eventuated. The Industrial Engineering department used pre established standard hours for direct labour runtime. Using standard hours produced costing discrepancies, especially because no emphasis was placed on direct materials, overhead and period overhead costs. This was an insufficient method to compare actual and standard percentages. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Two Major Control Theories Travis Hirschi developed two major control theories which are influential in criminology today (Lecture). Hirschi first theory was Social Bond Theory which he explained in his paper Causes in Delinquency, published in 1969 (Lecture). Hirschi criticized his theory and moved the locus of control from the person s position in society to what internally drove the person not to commit crime (Cullen Text, Part VI). In 1990, Hirschi discounted Social Bond Theory and teamed up with Michael Gottfredson in the paper a General Theory of Crime where they explained their new theory, Self Control Theory (Lecture). Though these theories are inherently different they both contributed greatly to the control theory and presented an interesting new alternative... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hirschi stated there were four social bonds that tied the person to conventional ways: attachment, commitment, involvement and belief (Cullen Text, Part VI). Attachment was the person s emotional attachment to others (Cullen Text, Part VI). A person may refrain from a criminal act depending on what he perceives others will think of him after the event. Commitment is the person s investment into their future (Cullen Text, Part18). If they are invested into their future, they may not jeopardize it by committing a crime. Involvement is the person s participation in life events and social activities (Cullen Text, Part18). The person may be too busy to commit a crime. Belief is the person s view of legitimacy of social rules and laws (Cullen Text, Part18). If that person believes in the rules they are less likely to break them. If these bonds are weak or broken then a person is more likely going to commit a crime (Cullen Text, Part18). Hirschi criticized his first theory and saw there were some inherent errors which he readdressed in is second theory, Self Control Theory (Lecture). Hirschi s major problem was he believed the locus of control was not societies bonds to the individual but the internal mechanism of self control (Cullen Text, Part VI). Hirschi hoped his new theory, Self Control Theory, would ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Like Water For Chocolate Abstract This paper was influenced through Laura Esquivel s, Like Water for Chocolate, a tragic romance novel that is denied of love by family tradition. The key topics of this paper that analysis will be touching on are over main characters, theme, and symbolism. This paper explains the importance and the analysis of each main characterby their description the author is providing a visual image for the readers to picture. Tradition is not only the theme of the novelbut it shows how Mexican tradition is a hard and sensitive subject to deal with back in the revolutionary days. Finally, how symbolism plays a huge part in this novel and the different meanings. With much research the reader can see that the author uses her own experience to influence this story. Whisking Love In the novel Like Water for Chocolateby Laura Esquivel, food is a major part of the story. The novel carries many of the traditions that Mexicans find very important in their culture. Mexican women play a big role in domestic life and must know how to prepare food. The ability of women to create a dish for every occasion is one of many great traditions in Mexico. This novel is divided into twelve chapters, each representing the months of the year. The importance of the way it is written is that each chapter begins with new recipes, which are used to tell Tita s life story. Author Esquivel uses her own life experiences of growing up in Mexico, her strong family ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. The Anasazi Indians Essay The Anasazi Indians From the scattered references made about the ancient Anasazi Indians in Tony Hillerman s A Thief of Time, one can identify several cultural characteristics of this mysterious tribe. One can discover how they lived, where they lived, their religion, simple day to day activities, and mysteries about their culture. Even though many references are made about this tribe, people will never know the truth, for there is an unsolved mystery to why the Anasazi disappeared. Even to this day no one knows what happened to them. The location of over 100,000 Anasazi sites have been found outside of Bluff, Utah along the San Juan river. Anasazi Indians were very picky as to... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On many walls all over the area, a drawing of Kokopelli can be found. These Indians also drew wide shouldered forms called Kackina Spirits, and a quot;Big Chief quot; looking out from a red stained shield. There were many odd things about this tribe, such as, quot;Why did these people disappear after being around for over 1,000 years? quot; No one knows where they went, but we do know they built roads. They didn t have wheels nor pack animals. We also know they lived in a land of little wood and water. The Anasazi made very exquisite pots, but they made very odd drawings on them. Some pots were of a deep rounded form, painted on the interior in rose with wavy pale quot;ghost lines quot;. They had a geometric pattern enclosing two interlocked spirals, with two hatched, serrated rectangles below the rim. Because of the oddness and rarity of these pots, some were priced higher than $15,000. Some of the Weirdest things about these Indians is that they had too many fingers an extra tooth on the right lower side, and a hole in the lower jaw. As said in the introduction, no one knows what happened to these Indians. Many believe they just disappeared, or were abducted by aliens, but no one knows, and probably will never know what happened. Regardless of what scientists find, nothing can prove the truth, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Causes Of Hurricane Katrina There were several issues that played a part in the disaster of New Orleans afte Hurricane Katrina had struck. Due to neglence of the five agencies ( that were responsible for designing, building, and maintaining the New Orleans Hurricane Protection System led to insuffiecent preparation. Even after declaring a state of emergency, lack of coordinating between Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) resulted in a poor response to help render aid and deliver supplies to the people of New Orleans. There are many stakeholders involved in this catastrophe. To name a few: Residents of New Orleans, businesses, engineers, and schools. Indirect stakeholders would involve groups like FEMA , Emergency Responders, and government (local, state, federal) levels. Residents of New Orleans experienced the brunt of Hurricane Katrinawhen the levees had been breached. Due to New Orleans being below sea leavel, flooding was eminent. The residents who had evacuated were forced to leave everything behind to escape the wrath of Hurricane Katrina. They were forced to high grounds in Baton Rouge and travelled as far as Houston, Tx. Others who had made the decision to stay were forced to their rooftops to avoid high waters. Unfortunately, this storm claimed 1500 people. Enginners were directly involved because their design and repairs failed to meet the requirements to ensure the durability of the Hurricane protection system. Schools were rebuilt but ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Ptarmigans In The Lesser Blessed By Richard Van Camp others from Mick and Jimmy, Lisa fully leaves the spirit world. Once she leaves, the crows leave her. She says, Somewhere above my head, a raven grumbles as it hops between the branches of the tightly packed trees. The crows have disappeared (Robinson 374). Lisa has heard all the messages that she needed to hear from the spiritworld and thus the crows disappear. In The Lesser Blessed, by Richard Van Camp, ptarmigans are symbols of the main character s spiritual state. The ptarmigans appear at the end of the book when Larry, the main character, is experiencing emotional turmoil. Larry is a Dogrib teen who has a troubled past and begins to befriend other teens with troubled pasts. Larry is shy and rarely shares his past and demons with others. Thus, at the very end of The Lesser Blessed, Larry has a lot to process and the birds are used by Van Camp to express Larry s spiritual state. In one of the final scenes, Larry his friend Darcy are riding on a snowmobile when they ... scared two ptarmigans that were sleeping in the snow. Their white wings flicked to their sides and they flickered ahead of us, like calm white hands. One flanked right, but the other smashed into our windshield (Van Camp 122). Larry and Darcy were going to Juliet s house to discuss her recent pregnancy. Larry is in love with Juliet and she is pregnant by his best friend Johnny. This is an emotional time for Larry, yet due to his past traumas he does not respond to the injured ptarmigan in a normal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Key Purpose Behind The Dobb- Frank Act Very often than not there are regulations implemented as a means to dissolve an issue that needs to be resolved as soon as possible and is implemented immediately. However these needed resolutions end up affecting the little man such as community banks. The main purpose behind the Dobb Frank act was to lend a hand to consumers and make the market more financially stable. The majority of commercial banks are in fact community banks and tend to serve in suburban, and rural communities. A huge difference between the larger banks in a metropolitan area and a community bank is the way they make decisions on the customer that come in to obtain a loan. Community banks use a means of relationship banking, which is when the representative of the bank attempt to meet the needs of the customer by attempting to find a means to meet these needs. Finding the best means through financial services with the customer and working with them builds a relationship that might even be for a long term. Larger banks in a metropolitan area are more likely to impose a less relationship minded means of dealing with their customers. More than likely they ll turn to transactional banking. Transactional banks has no input from customers and relies on the facts about the customer s history information, such as credit scores. This type of banking is very affective when dealing with customer s on a wider scale, because this serves as a cheaper option for a wider scale customer base. While this is great ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Headscarves Monologue It was a bright, crisp, mellow morning in April. I, being the untalented and unwilling hair stylist that I am, decided that getting dolled up wasn t exactly going to slide into my schedule this morning. Instead, I declined the idea and rummaged around for another alternative that was probably buried under a pile of bobby pins and hair combs. Postliminary, I discovered the only item that would shelter my bedhead from onlookers a fashionable headscarf. Naturally and skillfully, I wrapped my unkempt hair and headed to my National History Day practice that I was already pressed for time for. I ve always been keen on the idea and look of headscarves, and I ve always believed that headscarves were admirable and a unique accessory, and seeing that... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Salespeople at the mall neglected their job of persuading me to purchase their products. Suddenly, the attack and disrespect wasn t directed towards my headscarf, but directed to me as an individual. I ve never experienced so much offense in my entire life. The ideology and mindset that people are afraid of others because of cloth is appalling to me. I had to explain to others that I was an American and not a terrorist. There are approximately 1,025,109 words in the English language and none describe the shame and anger I felt having to explain that I m a US citizen. Dressing a certain way that correlates with a certain religion isn t an issue until someone makes it one. Islamophobia: dislike of or prejudice against Islam or Muslims especially at a political force. Islamophobia is caused by a variety of aspects, however the leading cause is the common belief of inaccurate facts and the misinterpretation of Islam. Islamophobia skyrocketed in America during the 2000s with the introduction who s terrorist acts were claimed to be for the sake of Allah . Islam is a religion of peace and respect. Islamophobia affects everyone in one way or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Importance Of Servant Leadership And Indian Culture Servant Leadership In Indian Culture and Hindu Religion Although servant leadership is often associated with Christianity and assessed in a Biblical context, it is important to recognize that servant leadership is present in other religions and cultural contexts as well. Servant leadership has the capability to exist in any environment where there is humility, selflessness, and a commitment to exhorting and empowering one s followers. Historically, the best servant leaders have come from a variety of eras, cultures, ethnicities, and religions, proving that servant leadership transcends all demographic and religious boundaries and is founded on a core set of beliefs and values. This paper will aim to discuss servant leadership in the context of the Hindu religion and the culture of India, proving that servant leadership promotes unifying people rather than dividing by religious and cultural differences. Servant Leadership in the Indian Culture Culture is to a human collectivity is what personality is to an individual (Hofstede, 2001). By this, Hofstede means that culture aids in identifying a people group in the same way that a personality identifies a person. This means that in the same way that people with differing personalities but similar values can be servant leaders, unique cultures with the same foundational emphasis on service and leadership can practice servant leadership. This is important to remember when evaluating servant leadership in various cultural ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Acura Research Paper Acura Acura is a Japanese automaker and is also the luxury model from Honda. Acura is among the best selling luxury cars in the United States. Acura has 5 + different luxury models. Go to Acura Post. Aston Martin Aston Martin is a automaker from London and has Luxury and Grand Touring models. James Bond movies has an Aston Martin car in Goldfinger Movie. Aston Martin has racing vehicles as well as luxury cars. Go to Aston Martin Post. Audi Audi is a German automaker and is also a luxury automobile. Audi is among the best selling luxury automobiles in the entire world. Audi has 10+ different luxury models. Go to Audi Post. BMW BMW is a German automaker and is also a luxury automobile. BMW is among the best selling luxury automobiles in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mercury is sold in Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Middle East and United States. Mercury has 10+ different models. Go to Mercury Post. MINI MINI is a British automaker. MINI is an economic car and is sold in more than 5 countries. MINI has 5+ different Models. Go to MINI Post. Mitsubishi Mitsubishi is a Japanese automaker. Mitsubishi has luxury and commercial cars. Mitsubishi has 5+ different models. Go to Mitsubishi Post. Nissan Nissan is a Japanese automaker. Nissan is in the economic group of cars and sold worldwide. Nissan has 10+ different Models. Go to Nissan Post. Oldsmobile Oldsmobile is an American automaker. Oldsmobile are luxury cars and are sold in America.
  • 23. Oldsmobile has 5+ different Models. Go to Oldsmobile Post. Plymouth Plymouth is a United States automaker. Plymouth is based on cars and minivans. Plymouth has 5+ different Models. Go to Plymouth Post. Pontiac Pontiac is a United States automaker. Pontiac is based on cars and is sold in Canada, Mexico, and United States. Pontiac has 10+ different models. Go to Pontiac Post. Porsche Porsche is a German automaker. Porsche is based on sedans, sports cars, and SUV. Porsche is sold worldwide. Porsche has 10+ different models. Go to Porsche Post. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Essay on 16 PF Personality Test 16 PF Personality Test Resolving the conflict of Reliability vs. Accuracy in the 16 PF test Introduction: For psychologists, one of the more popular theories espoused is the trait approach to personality, or the idea that people have consistent personality characteristics that can be measured and studied (Kalat, 2002, 512). However there are several problems that arise. First, there are significant cross cultural differences, so one set of personality traits for one culture may differ considerably for another. The next problem would concern the creation of a test that could accurately measure these traits. While psychologists have for the most part addressed these issues, I will focus on the latter of the two. There has been a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Overall, I believe that the test was fairly accurate in measuring certain factors of my personality so much so that it was difficult for me to find certain factors that I did not agree with. However there were two factors, E (dominance) and Q1 (rebelliousness), which I believe were a bit overrated in myself. Aside from these the test seemed to adequately define facets of my personality. For warmth (factor A) my sten score read 4, indicating that I am slightly more reserved and critical that easygoing and good natured. I scored a 7 in ego strength (factor C), classifying me as more stable and emotionally mature and less emotional and changeable in attitudes. In dominance (factor E) my sten score read 8, meaning I am more assertive, competitive and stubborn rather than submissive, dependent and humble. I received an average score of 5 in impulsivity (factor F) indicating a slightly more serious and sober approach to the world over the cheerful and enthusiastic view. As for boldness (factor H), I received a sten score of 4 signifying a more shy and restrained approach to things as opposed to an adventurous genial one. I received a median score of 5 for emotional sensitivity (factor I) demonstrating my slightly more tough minded and self reliant view in contrast to a sensitive insecure one. For imagination (factor M) a score of 8, indicating that I am more imaginative, unconventional and absorbed in ideas and am less so for practicality and the prosaic. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The Limitations Of William Faulkner Howe, Irving. The Limitations of A Rose for Emily. William Faulkner: A Critical Study. ed. William Faulkner, Bloom s Literature, 2007. Web. 21 Nov. 2015 One of the most famous stories from William Faulkner, an American writer, was A rose for Emily and which requires some understanding. It is about a relation between South and North, with Miss. Emily representing the decadent South and Homer Barron the rapacious North. Faulkner made the story so glaring and pointed in its effects and solicit a stringent line of interpretation. The title of the story can say a lot about the purpose, but once reading through the story, it can justified the theme of the story. Faulkner s type of writing catches people attention and keeps them reading to the end of the story. The claim that the author is trying to persuade on this argument is completely true because Faulkner made a good job writing the story with atmospheric detail. When I read the story, it can easily catch my attention because of the way he wrote it. Also, The Climax of the story justified the theme of the story. one s sense of the story s limitations can be summed up by saying that finally it calls our attention not to its represented material but to the canny skill with which Faulkner manipulates it. ( Howe 1). Notable for its control of atmospheric detail, the story is a tour de force, and for all its undeniable detail, too cunningly a tour de force. (Howe 1) Kurtz, Elizabeth Carney. Faulkner s A Rose for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Rhetorical Analysis Of On Dumpster Diving By Lars Eighner On Dumpster Diving by Lars Eighner is a collective work on the issue of Dumpster Diving, in which Eighner depicts his own adventures as a Diver. His development of the central contention, this way of life is not as it is portrayed or stigmatized, is progressed through Eighner s inclusion of the three persuasive appeals: pathos, logos, and ethos. These three devices coupled with other rhetorical devices provide an alluring argument, in which the reader sees the other side through a new lens, and their opinions on this issue is vastly differed, upon completion of the reading. The first appeal would be pathos, appealing to the audience s emotions by invoking a plethora of feelings from personal examples. For instance, Eighner characterizes the sadness involved in Dumpster Diving as he depicts of pets that are thrown into dumpsters asserting that, Although [he] hope[s] to get off the streets so that Lizbeth [his dog] can have a long and comfortable old age [....W]hen [Lizbeth s] time comes she too will go into a Dumpster (116). This shows how Dumpster Diving is not as effortless and free flowing as it is conventionalized, depicting the sorrow which is invoked. Using pets as an example is quite emotional in itself, as pets are considered close to people s hearts, as well as being relatable. Consequently, the case of the author pondering on his own pet s future, creates a connection between the reader and, thus allows for the pain of the author to be felt by the reader. Another example of pathos is when Eighner introduces himself as a Dumpster Diver and homeless as a result of the negative connotations associated with the phrase Dumpster Diver and homeless, a sense of pity is directed towards Eighner, as the way of living for him is drastically different from contemporary means. One last example of an emotional appeal would be the narrative on the so called can scroungers. Eighner accentuates the fact that these two groups [can scroungers and scavengers] are polar by criticizing that Can scroungers lay waste to everything in their path and [. ...W]ill even go through individual garbage cans, something [Eighner has] never seen a scavenger do (115). This text renders the dichotomy Eighner is intending to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Gerald Sandusky Case After reviewing serval sources related to this case, it is clear that this was an ongoing issue for many years and the scope may extend into the 1970 s if new allegations are corroborated. The case officially begins on November 4, 2011 when the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania filed charges against Gerald Sandusky (Sandusky) that included multiple counts of aggravated indecent assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors, unlawful contact with minors, and endangering the welfare of minors. Several of the charges cover offenses that occurred between 1998 and 2002 when Sandusky was either the Defensive Coordinator for the Penn State University (PSU) football team or as a professor Emeritus with unrestricted access to the football program s facilities (Freeh, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In November of 2012, then president of PSU was indicted for grand jury perjury, obstruction of justice, child endangerment, failure to report child abuse and conspiracy in connection with the scandal (Sokolove, 2014). Then Coach Joe Paterno was not charged in relation to the Sandusky scandal, however, he died of cancer shortly after Sandusky s arrest and his firing from PSU. Aside from the allegations of child sexual abuse, the revelation of a cover up and who actually knew of Sandusky s behavior appears to be just as shocking. Through independent and Grand Jury investigations, a small circle of the most powerful people at PSU knew, for almost a decade, of Sandusky s behavior and chose not to take appropriate actions to protect children from a sexual predator and concealed Sandusky s behavior from the University s Board of Trustees, the community and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Dunkin Donuts Case Study Strategic Management and Strategic Competiveness Martha Torres BUS499 Business Administration Capstone Strayer University 10/13/2017 Dunkin Donuts Case Dunkin Donuts is a global company dealing in coffeehouses and donuts that has its roots in the USA. It was founded by William Rosenberg in the year 1950 in the locality of Quincy in Massachusetts. It is currently based in Canton in Massachusetts. The company is a very relatable success story since it has been able to grow over the years and becoming one of the greatest and most loved stop for coffee and baked goods. Furthermore, it has over 12,000 outlets in 36 countries across the world. The donuts company most common chain of products are bagels, coffee, donuts and a variety of both iced and hot beverages. The primary competitor for this company is Starbucks followed by the Honey Dew Donuts Company (Rangaswamy, 2007). This essay is going to discuss into detail the effects of globalization and technology on Dunkin Donuts, determine how the company could earn above average returns using industrial organization and resource based models, the impact of mission and vision statements and lastly, how all types of stakeholders affect the company s performance. First off, globalization has increased the global presence of the company. The company has been proudly serving its customers in over 3100 stores in the USA only for over 40 years now. Furthermore, going global and opening outlets in 36 other countries has ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Amanda Mann s Death In Venice Amanda Stevenson Wilson High School: 0838 Works in Translation Written Assignment Word Count: 1326 Amanda Stevenson IB English Works in Translation Written Assignment Death in Venice: Works in Translation Written Assignment Throughout Death in Venice, Mann uses geographical locations and natural occurrences to prove that external conflicts are caused by a man s internal conflict and reflection and that one event in can parallel and possibly characterize a protagonist. Although Aschenbach is an acclaimed artist, specifically a writer, he has a very structured life throughout his development. He supposedly has great self discipline, which leads to him withholding certain things and details when he gets older. His younger years of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Aschenbach tries to approach and impress Tadzio towards the end of the novel. Tadzio dies soon after this, which is a clear form of rejection, thus symbolizing the metaphorical earthquake for Aschenbach. This rejection really hurts Aschenbach and all of his inner feelings. At this point, Aschenbach sees the crater that has formed between him and Tadzio. Once craters are formed with natural earthquakes, they cannot be fixed with nature, they must be patched up with the methods only man provides. This image of division created by Aschenbach shows him that Tadzio will never accept him and there is nothing he can do about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. How Did Joseph Louis Gay Lusac Influence The French... One of the greatest scientists of the industrial age was named Joseph Louis Gay Lussac. He was born on December 6, 1778, in St. Leonard located in central France. His parents named Antoine Gay Lussac and Leonadre Bouriquet also gave birth to four other children, he however was the eldest of the five children. Joseph Gay Lussac was born in the French Revolution, and it had greatly affected his early childhood. Two of his greatest roles was taken away from him due to the social and political disruption. His father was a public prosecutor and judge advocate, he however was later arrested because he was a suspect. And his private tutor fled to another country due to the French Revolution. Joseph Louis Gay Lussac was originally sent to a boarding school in Paris to study law with his father, but he had developed an interest in science.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Where he excluded water vapor from his apparatus and used dry gases. He had concluded that equal volumes of all gases expanded equally with the same increase of temperature.Gay Lussac s laws stated that combining volume state, gases react together to form other gases. His laws dealt with volumes, pressures and temperatures. Another experiment Joseph Louis Gay Lussac conducted was with a hydrogen balloon. He did this by making an ascent to see whether the magnetic intensity at the surface of earth decreased with an increase in altitude. To conduct this experiment they had also carried long wires to test the electricity of different parts of the atmosphere. His experiment in the sky was a big achievement during his time period and was not beaten for another fifty years. Lastly, for that experiment they also collected a sample of air from the highest altitude to compare the composition with the air of ground air. His experiments mostly consisted of the observations of pressure, temperature, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Analysis Of The Closure Of Holden Plants At Port Melbourne ASSESSMENT 3 REPORT ON HOLDEN 6/4/2015 INDERPREET SINGH 11556987 Contents 1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1 2.INTRODUCTION1 3.TRAINING DEVELOPMENT2 3. PERFOREMANCE MANAGEMENT4 4. REWARD MANAGEMENT5 5. CONCLUSION6 6. REFRENCES7 1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report illustrates about the closure of Holden plants at port Melbourne and Adelaide in 2017. This Report tells about the different ways of human resource department work on three areas in training and development, performance management and reward management to maintain the productivity and maintain efficient work force in employees of the organisation. 2.INTRODUCTION Holden has recognised best dealership in Australia by naming them 2014 Grand Masters. Holden has a well reputed and trust worthy brand for the Australian s from last few decades. They had doing a great job to get their customers trust. Holden s annual grand masters is the ultimate dealer performance recognition program, customer services, measuring sales excellence, after sale delivery, training and other quality measures across all areas of the business (GM, 2015). Holden has always taking care of their employees need and provides proper resources to feel comfortable for doing job. They also give importance in the area of training and development, performance management and reward management for their employees. However, Holden had announced in 2013 that Holden to cease making cars in Australia in 2017 (Herald ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Wong United Swot Analysis The official club sponsor of Newcastle United is Wonga, which is a digital finance company that has agreed a four year deal with the rich in tradition football club. Wonga has also purchased the naming rights of the stadium, but have not changed the name due to avoiding controversies with the loyal fans. Alongside the above mentioned, Wonga have also invested ВЈ1.5 million in the Club s Academy. Errol Damelin, founder and CEO of Wonga said: We re really proud to be involved with Newcastle United FC. It is one of the biggest and most important clubs in the UK by any measure and has a fantastic following around the world. We ve lots of initiatives planned to make match days extra special for loyal fans. What really matters for Wonga is to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Comparing Xia Shu s Bow Hung On Two Metal Hooks At The... Xia Shu s bow hung balanced on two metal hooks at the head of Jingyan s bed. Plum Blossom Prelude echoed in his bedroom as Jingyan s fingers mindlessly flitted over the holes of the jade flute. A memory long lost to time drifted back to him. During a ritualistic nightly excursion with Xiao Shu outside of the imperial palace, Jingyan scraped his arm scaling a rock wall and Xia Shu bandaged the wound with expert precision. If you tie it this way, it stays firmly on without sacrificing breathability. The knot was unique. Even Jingan couldn t learn to tie it the same way. Above him, Jingyan heard a muted shuffle and then the unmistakable sound of a brick tile falling to the ground. Jingyan halted his playing and glance up, as if he ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He was special, but.. said Jingyan. He stood, walked over and brushed the tip of his finger along the curve of Xiao Shu s bow. The wood was polished and smooth, but Jingyan didn t touch the string, fearing that it d grown brittle in the cold. Between my brother and I, he would ve chosen my brother. Between my father and him, I must choose my father. That s tragic, said Yuan. The man reached out and then drew his hand back as if a sparked jumped from the bow, I shouldn t have touched Turning away, Jingyan said, Perhaps, he no longer cares. After a stretch of silence, Yuan said, May I take you somewhere, Your Highness? In the expanse of dead trees and snow in front of them, a memorial stone was half visible under the arch of a large, fallen branch. Both men landed on the ground from their flight over the walls of the Court of Eternity. Once stable on the ground, Jingyan approached and brushed the layer of fallen snow from the engraved memorial stone. Strength Loyalty Greatness Nobility Honorable Warrior of Liang Empire Lie Zhanying Jingyan s throat seized up. His body is here?
  • 34. Yuan nodded. Cold seeped from the foot of snow and stone ground beneath him, biting through the thick layers of his cloak and clothes as he pressed both his knees to the ground and knelt before Zhanying s grave. Without a word, Jingyan bowed three times before the grave. After the last time, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Diamondback Moth Research Paper Every year farmers crops are subject to droughts, floods, storms, and so much more. But one of the biggest problems that seem to be plaguing the agricultural industry, specifically the cabbage and lettuce industry, is pests. One pest in particular is the diamondback moth, and it has been wreaking havoc all over New York. However, all is not lost; there still will be cabbage and lettuce in the grocery store. The reason for this? Scientists have come up with an effective new way to manage the diamondback moth, and it isn t reliant on pesticides. It uses genes. But, best of all, it won t be one farmer paying for one treatment. It will be a universal movement, and this movement has the possibility to revolutionize the crucifer, or, in more simple terms, the cabbage and lettuce market.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The diamondback moth is an invasive species that is believed to have originated in Europe. Since it was not originally native to New York, it has few natural predators, so the population can easily spiral out of control. It is brown and tan in appearance and is somewhat elongated in shape. Females lay approximately 150 eggs at a time, but they can lay up to 300. In addition, the moth only lives for up to 16 days. This may not seem like a long time to us because we live for decades, but the diamondback moth is laying eggs for ten out of those sixteen days (Capinera, 2000). Now think about it. That s a lot of larvae in a short amount of time. This can be a big problem for farmers, especially because the problem comes in the form of a common moth. There are so many moth varieties in New York that it is almost impossible to know all about each one, and that is why farmers like me who live all around New York have an even tougher ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Recession Of The United States I. Introduction Ever since World War II the United States has experienced many recessions. There have been many terrible recessions that have hit this great country hard. What is a recession people may wonder? A recession is a significant decline in activity across the economy, lasting longer than a few months. It is visible in industrial production, employment, real income and wholesale retail trade. The technical indicator of a recession is two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth as measured by a country s gross domestic product (GDP). Although, the recession of 2001 wasn t a dramatic and horrible recession, it was the end of the longest expansion our country had seen since WWII. The expansion following the recession of 1991 was 10 years up until this recession of 2001. Furthermore, this recession was difficult and was hard to deal with and overcome, because during the time of this recession our country experienced 9/11. II. Causes of the Recession After the longest economic expansion in history, the U.S. experienced a recession in 2001. The Recession of 2001 was relatively short, but still had its impact upon us Americans. Just like many of the previous recessions our great country has faced, this one had many reasons as to why we fell into a recession as well. Some of the reasons we experienced a recession in 2001 is, because of the collapse of the dotcom bubble, the attack on 9/11, and a series of accounting attacks at major U.S Corporations. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. A Form Of Geometric Art Invented By The Famous Dutch Artist Elementarism is a form of geometric art invented by the famous Dutch artist named Theo van Doesburg. According to him, the new architecture was elementary (Misa, pg. 238), i.e. architecture should be established and then advanced from its rudimentary elements of construction. He said that architecture wasn t a subject that could be understood in a brief manner, it was meant to be studied in detail with a firm and complete knowledge about its function, mass, plane, time, space, light, color and material (Misa, pg. 238). Keeping this concept of elementarism in mind, skilled architects like Rietvelf and van Doesburg build the Schroeder house in Utrecht and a reconstructive plan for Berlin respectively, which later came to be known as... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Independent investors, designers, architects along with many autonomous organizations used to play an important role in developing skyscrapers, synthetic dyes, electricity and other household technologies in the earlier years, but the military set its stamp from the start of the industrial era (Misa, pg. 251). The technologies produced by the military such as computer chips, nuclear power, artificial intelligence, Internet, etc. gave the world a kick start in the field of modern technology (Misa, pg. 251). The Apollo Missions between the years 1969 and 1972 were possible only due to the military derived rockets; even the space shuttles missions were successful due to the satellites positioned by the military (Misa, pg. 251). Highly advanced technological companies such as IBM, Boeing, Lockheed, MIT, Raytheon, etc. too were being funded by the military (Misa, pg. 251). This ongoing state of economic affair during the industrial era was termed as Pentagon capitalism by an industrial engineer named Seymour Melman (Misa, pg. 251). According to him, it was a really gloomy time because the capitalism went from being profit maximizing to contract maximizing (Misa, pg. 251). Furthermore the 20th century saw the universities as well as companies, government foundations and all military services knee deep into finding and funding new technologies (Misa, pg. 252). This was being done in the hope of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Global Ship Tracking Essay networks to be utilized with Satellite transceivers as a primary means of tracking of ships and all land vehicle movements in the seaports via Maritime Traffic Control Centres (TCC). Proposed satellite tracking systems may be used in all possible applications for determination spatial coordinates such as position, speed and navigational status of target objects, which via GNSS equipment may provide PTV data for maritime and all transportation applications. These systems mainly are necessary for improved collision avoidance of ships especially in areas with heavy traffic moving such as sea channels, approaching to anchorages and inside of seaports. Using standalone GPS or GLONASS data these systems can provide spe Fig. 1. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Onboard oceangoing ships can be installed many of satellite tracking equipment already designated for SAT onboard all mobiles such as vehicles, trains, containers and aircraft, but with simply modification for very harsh weather and severe sea conditions. This equipment has to suitable for: 1. Possibility for installation onboard each mobile including ship, and some have to carry 3 to 5 years batteries, so to work properly even when ship is in emergency situations without any power supply; 2. Pre programming for different requirements and to send GPS location and other data on pre defined intervals via any GEO or Non GEO satellite systems to shore host application or can be integrated with a mapping application; Fig. 2. Configuration of GST via GNSS and GEO/Non GEO Satellites [2] 3. Pulling facilities at shore TCS and getting position of any desired ships in vicinity; and 4. Sending positioning messages from TCS to all ships requesting these navigation data of adjacent ships. As stated before, current LRIT system is not projected to do this very important service for collision avoidance of ships. It is important to express that LEO Globalstar and Orbcomm satellite systems are providing both simplex and duplex (two way) satellite transmission. Duplex satellite system is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. My Fellow America Rhetorical Analysis I don t begin my speech today with the classic introduction My fellow Americans because I am speaking to more than just Americans today. While several stories come to mind, a multitude share one similar to mine, coming from a mixed background into a country that has opened its doors as a land of opportunity and a second home. Those who have built a life of significance have often extended a helping hand to many who did not have the same prospects or success in their own ventures. This is the unifying thread in the saga of the American epic and what I seek to revitalize as President of the United States. Native to all tales of America are accounts of achievement, people who took from their sweat and labor untold riches. The path to their goal was often marred by monumental obstacles, naturally different to every story. While my family constructed their own road for progress, I spent my time inside and outside the classroom making the greatest mark I could in my community. My time in high school was characterized by excelling spectacularly in academics while simultaneously working as captain of the soccer team ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Their work parallels my message, one which focuses on self sacrifice for the sake of humanity and furthering the interests of individuals and society alike. This attitude has been shaped by an experience in my junior year where I helped the impoverished child communities of Ecuador. It was my first volunteer opportunity abroad and the discoveries brought on by the service emboldened my posture of selfless action. As a result, I will be volunteering once again next year in the Dominican Republic, building homes and distributing medical supplies in a local village. The work we do as Americans should be shaped by our chosen mission in life and pave a path towards success everyone can ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Compare Capulet s Intention To Create Tension Between... Humanity s susceptibility to its primitive impulses is what ultimately facilitates an ancient feud between Capulets and Montagues to remain prevalent to a contemporary generation of characters. Within the introductory scene of the story, two members of the Capulet family, Sampson and Gregory, indirectly introduce a conflicted reality of two families, Capulets and Montagues. Both families are established as parallels of social dignity and resultantly, are also depicted as natural rivals and competitors. Upon noticing a member of the Montague family, Abram, Sampson and Gregory are compelled to insult and intimidate him as it, is [a] disgrace to them to bear it. The Capulet s intention to create tension between the families exemplifies how ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco s Life During a time when young people do most of their communicating from behind a computer screen, Jon Ronson wrote an article called, How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco s Life. It is a report consisting of five different stories about people who were publicly humiliated because of their distasteful social media posts. Instead of focusing on the mistakes of the tweeters, Ronson discusses the fairness of their punishment. In order to catch and keep the attention of his young audience, Ronson uses rhetorical devices that will make readers feel emotions like shock and sympathy. Ronson begins the article with the story of Justine Sacco. He opens with an enumeration, a rhetorical device that makes a point with a lot of detail. As she made the long journey from New York to South Africa, to visit family during the holidays in 2013, Justine Sacco, 30 years old, and the senior director of corporate communication at IAC, began tweeting acerbic little jokes about the indignities of travel (How One Stupid... 1). This gives the audience all of the information about Justine Sacco that they need, and also makes them want to continue reading to find out what the tweets said. He follows this opening with quotations of Justine s actual tweets. Ronson knew that if he wanted to change the way people used social media he had to get the attention of the generation that uses it the most. He does this by not overwhelming the audience with facts. Instead he gives them the information ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Disadvantages Of Window Display A window display is one of the key elements in visual merchandising that bring in the new and the existing customers. It allows the brand to display new arrivals, the promotional and best selling products. It also allows consumer to interpret the brand s image and style direction through the window display. A visually stimulating and realistic window display will most likely to influence customers purchase decisions on the go. The smart way is to create different based on inspirations such as apparel collections as it makes it more relatable. Window display also has great impacts on the brand s reputation too! For example, Harrods Christmas displays have never lacked luxury and classiness. Every year, the windows have fascinating and interesting themes that are executed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the case of Whispering Windows system, a third party consultant has videoed the reactions of passersby to this new technology on a window display. The video showed the dramatic difference in consumers response to the window as it music is being played vs. no audio displays. Passersby were intrigued by the music infused display and the department store sales have a drastic increase of over 40%. As the saying goes, the eyes are the windows to the soul. If so, the poorly implemented window displays definitely does not have the eyes to the soul. Unfortunately, many brands neglect the importance of design, update, and showcase or even put in effort to build a window display. In most cases, the window displays of some brands appear to be too practical and hard sell, and lacks the element of design and emotional connection. In additional, brands without a team of professional visual merchandiser/artist have to resort to self composing. Without the expertise of the professionals, most likely the window display does not go in line with its brand image and will now convey the exact brand s message to its potential ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Racial Tension In To Kill A Mockingbird To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee portrays conflict and racial tension in the south in a small community known as Maycomb. The town is examined by viewing each individual s morals and ethics that either creates drama in the town or counts as an ethically correct lesson towards the people. This is evident within the two children known as Scout and Jem., where their character develops and changes drastically throughout the story due to crucial and vital lessons that not only mature them but open them up to new perspectives, maturity and show them how courage can take many forms. The first segment of the TKAM revolves around Boo radley, a mysterious figure that the children portray as the monster of Maycomb, though they have not seen him, they... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As many would say that Atticus is courageous by striving to do the right thing, others like Jem and Scout, during the first segment of the book, would see their father as an uncourageous and inactive hero. As children, their view is varied and restricted due to the fact that Scout and Jem criticise Atticus ability to play sports. They constantly complain about his ability to football and his lawyering skills. They do not appreciate the courage and risk he is taking by defending an African American and doing the right thing. Perhaps in a child s perspective, courage is seen when he shoots the dog with a rifle. However, as they later on see that courage can take many forms like Ms. Dubose s morphine addiction and how Atticus takes the leap of faith by choosing to do the right thing and protect Tom Robinson. This resonates with Jem because he sees his father s Lawyering abilities and how he is using the for the good of Maycomb. One can tell that Jem has a lot of hope in him and as if Atticus might actually win the case. However, as realistic and compelling as the evidence might seem, Jem is unaware of the racist adult society of maycomb. Nevertheless, by using his father s morals and the evidence he was shown in the court. Jem finally comes to a realization that pure racism is affecting the views and minds of not only the Jury but the entire town of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The generation which sustained democracy through and after... The generation which sustained democracy through and after the Second World War is dying, and the baby boom that followed is passing into old age (Youniss 99). An older generation can ignore addressing the issues of climate change, social security, and lack of cooperation among elected officials, but today s children and youth have to deal with the consequences (98). A democratic society should worry because we are not preparing youth to engage in politics and community affairs (Syvertsen et al 593). A new electorate unwilling to act will allow these problems to continue unattended and to worsen. A democracycannot maintain itself without active citizens, and young people cannot live up to their full potential as citizens unless they... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These challenges demand a coherent response, forcing people to think better. Public discussion is a key part of the deliberative arts, which teach students how to identify and develop a plan to solve a problem. The first art is framing, in which the group identifies all potential options for achieving a goal. The next art is democratic deliberation, where students discuss each option and judge it in relation to the group s goal. The next is working together for mutual goals, wherein each member has to resist the urge to solve the problem on their own. Students must also learn how to work together over an extended time, and how to evaluate their own goals, actions, and results (Fleming 43 44). A high school business teacher in Howard, South Carolina used these practices together to show his students how to affect change. He obtained a grant from a local university to study the community s cash flow. He took the problem to his students, who then conducted meetings with local business owners, consulted with county auditor, and surveyed community members. From the data they found that people were spending money in larger cities some distance away. The class published the results, and local residents read the study and responded by buying more locally. Annual taxes exceeded projections, and the auditor estimated that taxes infused six to seven million dollars into the local economy. This project ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Flat Tax Summary Ted Cruz s Reforms on the Flat Tax and its Effect on Individuals Ted Cruz, a republican presidential candidate proposes a 10% flat tax on all individual wages and income. Unlike his competitors, Cruz proposes to eliminate the payroll tax and replace it with a 16% business flat tax (Rubin, 2016, p. 5). It increases the Standard Deduction from $6,300 ($12,600 married filing jointly) to $10,000 ($20,000 married filing jointly) while retaining the personal exemption. Cruz proposes to eliminate the Alternative Minimum Tax. However, the candidate does not offer any tax reforms on social security as well as Medicare. He expects to maintain them at their current level. Even then, the candidate has unique tax proposals, which are envisaged to ensure ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In accordance to Paul s plan, this new tax will replace the gift and the estate taxes as well as sealing all the loopholes that usually favor the bigger businesses. Paul is also in support of the flat tax rate that he envisages as eliminating unfair practices such as double taxation of individuals. Apparently, Paul in his tax proposal is against the disbandment of the IRS. He says that he would minimize its influence. According to his proposal, downsizing the IRS will make him to ensure an economic boom. Paul is also supportive of Fiorina s proposal to simplify the tax code. He says that simplifying the tax code will create more jobs, expand opportunities for all as well as boost wages. Paul became the unique candidate in the 2016 presidential race when he proposed to oppose any efforts that would increase taxes (Tucker, 2015, p. 103). Experts believe that if elected as the president of the United States, he will live to his promise, considering that when he ran for the US senate seat in 2010 in Kentucky, he ensured that no taxes were increased during his tenure. Paul s plan to oppose efforts to increase taxes is against the principle of adequacy, which suggests that an adequate taxation system should uphold the level of public services demanded by policy makers as well as citizens ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Cocaine Abuse Cocaine abuse has been a persistent health problem worldwide for many years (Platt, 2002). Adults aged 18 to 25 year have a higher rate of current cocaine use than any other age group, with 1.5 percent of young adults reporting past month cocaine use (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Every drug has a history as to how it came about, also, as to why it is used and or abused among adults. Each drug has its own chemical make up, along with how that drug works in the human body. Treatment of cocaineaddiction must be comprehensive, and strategies need to assess the neurobiological, social, and medical aspects of the patient s drug abuse (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Due to the treatment intensity, how willing one... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... NA is a community twelve based program (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Also, Narcotics Anonymous attenders were found to have more involvement with the criminal justice system, greater lifetime drug use, earlier age of first alcohol use, and prior treatment attempts than non/infrequent attenders (Davey Rothwell, 2008). However, NA may benefit form supportive fellowship and from sharing with those experiencing common problems and issues (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). (Meyer Quenzer, 2013) If attending a twelve step program on daily basis, one is more likely to have a positive outcome (Davey Rothwell, 2008). Treatment truly depends on how badly a person wants to start a new sober ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Pygmalion And Galatea And My Fair Lady Research Paper In today s world we are set to view that the opposite gender is becoming more of an equality view. We see that in today s society we are presented with the idea that women can do anything men can do. Yet in the myth of Pygmalion Galatea and the film My Fair Lady we are set forth to see the different views on the opposite genderand how gender criticism comes to life. Developing feelings is based on how we see the person, throughout we see both characters develop relationships based on how they create this person, each man forms new feelings and perception on women as they sculpt and create, their views on women are changed and the gender criticism views flip. Our society today has become more accepting with equality in gender. We are faced with having the opposite sex come out above us even with the disadvantages of paternity and having more emotions. Women are oppressed by patriarchy economically, politically, socially, and psychologically; patriarchal ideology is the primary means by which they are kept so. (Brizee). Women are seen as less of men due to their disadvantages such as birth and their emotions. Both characters don t really generate feelings for women because they are focused on themselves and are under the impression that women are all the same. Women have more psychological and primarily different logic than men hence the reason they generally make women out to be less than them. Back then women were viewed as less capable and not having the ability to do the things men can do. We are taught that now a days no matter what your gender is you can be anything you want. Feminist criticism concern itself with stereotypical representations of genders. It also may trace the history of relatively unknown or undervalued women writers, potentially earning them their rightful place within the literary canon, and helps create a climate in which women s creativity may be fully realized and appreciated. (Delahoyde). The stereotype that is known about females is that we represent a more delicate nature. Yet we see many women coming out on top and creating work that no man has done. Eventually women become more noticed and recognized for their efforts and creativity. In the myth Pygmalion ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Wine Industry Analysis The US winery industry had a growth rate of 4.7% between 2006 and 2011, and is expected to grow by a rate of 4.9% over the next five years [ (IBISWorld) ]. In California alone an average of 175 wineries have opened every year since 2000 [ (Richard Green) ]. The states of New York and Virginia have been major players in the US wineindustry. The data shows that the demand for wine has been increasing at an exponential rate over the past 5 years. Average annual revenue for the wine industry is expected to be estimated at $20.2 billion through 2016 [ (IBISWorld) ]. The growth of the wine industry, particularly over the past 10 years, can be attributed to a few key drivers in the market. Per capita consumption of alcohol has increased... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These wineries would import large amounts of wine in bulk, and then bottle the wine in the US. This allowed the larger wineries to sell their wine at a considerably cheaper price, hurting the smaller domestic wineries. In 2011, the import market share in wine was roughly 26.5% [ (IBISWorld) ]. The amount of foreign wine entering the US has been on the rise ever since it was named the largest consumer of wine in the world. Foreign producers, who are experiencing a decline in business in their home country, are looking for new markets to sell their product. Countries such as Argentina, Chile, Australia and New Zealand are able to produce their wine at a lower cost than the US. The import of these wines has heated up the competition in the US creating benefits for the US wine consumer. The superior quality of the imported wines has also changed consumers thinking as far as how much should be spent on a good wine. The immediate future looks promising for the wine industry. In 2012, the industry is expected to grow by 4.4%, and will only increase through 2016 [ (IBISWorld) ]. The wine industry relies on a three tier distribution system. The producers sell to the wholesalers, who then sell to the retailers. The national sales tier consists of suppliers who sell to a wholesale distributor [ (Tincknell amp; Tincknell) ]. As suppliers continue to consolidate, the larger producers will have the upper hand due to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Diversity Management Strategies Diversity management strategies IBM diversity management within the work place As explained by John (2011) IBM is the one of the biggest multinational company they are hires more than 400,000 employees over 200 countries. They recruit scientists, sales professionals, consultants and engineers. Even in the department level there are various background peoples working together for achieve common goal. So the managing several background employees are very important to increase productivity and team cohesiveness. . There are several measures that have been taken by IBM relate to diversity management. Others are, Ensure employees fully participate as partner According to argument of Edwin (2008) The Company had six months global executive task force which was establish in 1995 for equal facilitating to opportunities within the firm. Executive invite all the group members to participate with them actively for showing a diversity difficulties or challenges. This method is used at the small scale which can ensure the mutual trust, expectation, diversity goals. This method is very good since it tells that organisation is like to take advices or suggestions from the employee and considering playing a significant role in the decision making process of the IBM. Further more employees have very good chance to develop or communicate the executives face to face. That process makes employees and executives more understandable. This understanding is simplifies the organisational ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Fighting Without Knowledge Will Hurt Essay In this era of information overload, our brains are bombarded by so many different news outlets it can be difficult to choose which channel you want to watch. With all the accusations of liberal or conservative bias dominating the feuds between the cable news channels, it would be easiest to choose the channel that we believe best fits our own ideological views. When you look at MSNBC and Fox News the ideologies seem to be completely opposite, but they have some similarities. Both are accused of having either a liberal or a conservative bias and it is not very difficult to tell which side the outlet leans toward, because of their constant bickering back and forth. Fox News Channel may have an abundance of conservative opinion programs ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To some this seems absurd, but it is what his base group wants to hear. Whereas on the other side, you have pundits like Ed Schultz who never criticize the current president, no matter what follies he may commit, he only demonizes the previous one, again playing to the beliefs of his following. It is the constant bickering between the people of opposing political ideologies that make the news difficult for the common man to take with a grain of salt. Beck often uses what seem to be scare tactics to get of his points across; whereas Schultz is more likely to give you his own opinion mixed in with some facts to make it all seem completely true. Neither method is successful in trying to create a balanced news outlet. In fact, the opinions of each side are grounded so far in the left or right that the middle is impossible to find. I purpose that Beck should visit MSNBC for a time, while Schultz takes a turn at FNC. Even though the notion of these dyed in the wool party supporters walking in the shoes of their polar opposites may seem absurd, but I believe that it would tone both of them down. I hope that it would give each a reality check and it would bring much needed balance to the cable channels. If the hosts were open to other people s opinions, no matter how different they were from their own, it would make the American people feel more trusting toward news people in general and give both extremes a sense of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Essay on King Tutankhamun and His Treasures King Tutankhamun and His Treasures The ancient Egyptians were noted for many things, one of which would have been their artwork. Egyptians used many medians in their artwork that enhanced the details and beauty of every piece of art. Their artwork is fascinating and mysterious, which pulls in the viewer into wanting to learn more. One of the most important and unique Egyptian artworks belongs to King Tutankhamun, a young pharaoh of Egypt. A brief history of the discovery of King Tut s tomband the importance and beauty of certain pieces found in his tomb, will be discussed in this essay. King Tutankhamun s tomb was the prize that archaeologist Howard Carter sought out for in the Valley of the Kings. Carter was running out of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Peace was brought to Egypt during his reign as the worship of Amon, the Egyptians universal god, abandoned under Akhenaton, was restored and Thebes, the city sacred to Amon, was again made Egypt s capital. King Tut was not really an important pharaoh, but he is well known today because of his intact tomb and the fabulous treasures found within. King Tut s tomb contained many beautiful and elaborate pieces of artwork. Artwork varying from wood sculptures, gold statues, wall paintings, writing utensils, intricate pieces of jewelry, busts of the king s head, and many more were all discovered in his tomb. The sculptures illustrate how Egyptian sculptors represent the realistically poses and statures of the human body. Detail is another factor that is seen in all the artwork, whether it be a painted eye, a perfectly carved beetle (scarab), or the placement of different colored jewels in a necklace. I am astounded at how many items were found and how each one is entirely different from the next. It s amazing to know that Egyptians cared so much for their leaders to put so much time and effort into their artwork. One piece that stands out of all the treasures in King Tut s tomb is the bust of his head that is resting on what is said to be a lotus. The bust is carved in wood and overlaid with gesso (a mixture of plaster and glue for use as a surface for painting). The face represents King Tut as a child with disproportionate earlobes and it has ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Country Mouse Archetypes I chose to analyze the fairytale of The Country Mouse And The Town House. The character archetypes in the short footage was a country mouse that lived an average lifestyle whereas on the other hand the town mouse had a fancy outfit that resembles well off. Both town and country mouse are the main characters. The country mouse archetype is a less fortunate character. On the other hand, the town mouse is more wealthy then the country mouse. The country mouse showed the other mouse around the countryside and try all the food that was offered. The town mouse was thrilled to see farms whereas he never seen anything like this back in the town. The town mouse didn t like the food that the country mouse offered so he insisted him to visit the town ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. What I Learned In My Writing Class When I enrolled in this class, I was sure that it will influence the way I write and read. I have a relatively large experience with academic writing and reading; still, I would have benefited even from slight improvements in my approach, methods, and techniques I use for writing and reading assignments. Because of this class my reading, writing, and thinking processes became more efficient. I knew that my reading process was not efficient for the academic purposes. Before this class, my critical reading was more akin to my pleasure reading. Thus, I spent incredible amounts of time on reading assignments. I believe that the lesson about critical reading was very informative and helpful since it provided particular methods and techniques which truly enhance the reading quality. Some of the techniques like skimming the titles, finding the thesis and main ideas in the text were familiar to me. However, the idea of annotation was new to me. I found the three word ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Though I have spent many years learning English, it is an ongoing process that requires a lot of hard work. I was very glad to find out that the first four weeks of the course would be focused on grammatical rules and sentence patterns. Because I never focused on the structure of my sentences, I believe I wrote dull and flat texts. Moreover, my punctuation was terrible since I had no understanding of English punctuation. But the lessons on the sentence structure turned my world upside down: It was hard to believe that even simple sentences have such a great variety and can turn your paper into something very interesting in the terms of structure. Practicing skill of building effective sentences in the same essay was very helpful, for it allowed to focus purely on the sentence and structure patterns rather than on the context. My writing improved since the beginning of the semester and I became a more confident ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. The Abuse of Alcohol by College Students Alcohol and the abuse of it by college students is a big problem that many college towns such as Iowa City, Iowa, are facing. With increasingly more students drinking alcohol, what was once just a casual drink can quickly turn into binge drinking. This behavior has many consequences for not only the student, but also the public. By being resilient and working together as a community, we all could make it easier to combat this problem of binge drinking in college students in IowaCity and the troubles that arise from it. Binge drinking is defined as the consumption of alcoholthat raises a person s blood alcohol concentration in a short amount of time. This usually means five or more drinks for men and four or more drinks for women within a two hour time span. Although most college students are not able to drink alcohol legally until their junior year, studies have shown that about four out of five college students drink alcohol before the legal age of twenty one. Of these college students who drink, about half of them engage in binge drinking. Binge drinking increases the risk of alcohol poisoning, a condition that could result in death. This level of drinking has also been shown to increase the risk of committing suicide and /or being a victim of sexual assault. Between 1.2 and 1.5 percent of college students say they have tried commit suicide and more than 97,000 college students are sexually abused as a result of alcohol or drug use. (Warren) Binge drinking also affects ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. Genghis Khan and Qin Shi Huang Essay Zhen Zou History is an amazing thing, which can let us harvest experience, which can make us look back at the past, which can get us to compare with now. You can also find some incredible coincidences. However, there were some differences in these coincidences. In old China, there were two great emperors who both unified China Qin Shi Huang and Genghis Khan. As founders of Dynasties, they were powerful leaders, military geniuses and brutal rulers. But, Genghis Khan paid more attention to wars and the expansion of territory, and Qin Shi Huang unified the currency, word and measures while establishing centralization. People widely recognized that even though Genghis Khan, whose military talent was strong, was very cruel. According to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Qin Shi Huang is the best there ever was. After he defeated other countries with his army and built the centralization, he unified the currency, word, and measures. From 475 BC to 221BC, ancient China was divided into a collection of seven states that were constantly at war. By 221BC, Qin Shi Huang was able to bring the seven states under his control. After that, Qin Shi Huang became the first emperor in Chinese history. According to the Encyclopedia of World Biography, the author had particularly given us a point that Qin Shi Huang began a series of reforms to consolidate his rule with the defeat complete and the establishment of his emperorship. (Szczepanski) Thanks to Qin Shi Huang s political talent and sensible policies, those reforms helped the Qin Dynasty restore the economy after war. In order to consolidate his rule, he reformed by unifying currency, word, and measures. Even though he unified the Chinese characters in writing, which promoted the development of culture, he also suppressed scholars who were not to his liking. Consequently, many scholars involved were killed in the capital of the Qin Dynasty. In spite of this, he still is the best there ever was. All in all, these two powerful, talented, and brutal leaders promoted the development of Chinese history. Comparing the two great emperors, Genghis Khan was so ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...