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Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Paper
In this paper, I will be discussing the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM). In addition, I will
cover the newly revealed DF 26 ICBM missile. The advancement of China s missile program and
nuclear program will discusse. I will also briefly talk about the vehicle on which the DF 26 is carried,
and launched. The threat against Guam will be a main topic of this paper. I will also discuss the United
Sates Military forces that are located on the island of Guam.
China is one of three countries that have organized ICBM systems. The three countries that have an
organized ICBM system are United States, China, and Russia. The original designs of the ICBM were
part of a race between the United States and the Soviet Union. Both ... Show more content on
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This advancement lead to the unveiling of the DF 26 ICBM, it was preceded by the DF 21. The DF 26
was designed to achieve an estimated max range of 5,000 km, 3,400 miles, using a two stage solid fuel
system. It is carried on a 12x12 chassis, which has limited cross country capability. This missile can
also be equipped with a non nuclear warhead designed for destroying aircraft carriers and destroyers.
The only weakness this missile has is the sighting system; it is not as advanced as the missile and
makes accuracy only within 100 miles. The DF 26 is being dubbed as the Guam Killer due to the fact
that Guam is only 2,500 miles from Beijing. Making the DF 26 a very real threat to Guam and the
United States Military located on the
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Utilitarianism And Virtue Ethics
Virtue ethicist may be defined as concepts that emphasize the role of character and virtue in moral
theory rather than making difference through action. They emphasis on undertakings that encourages
or makes a person more generous or benevolent. According to Aristotle virtue are of two kinds;
intellectual virtue which originate from birth and grows from teaching and through experience and
time. The second one is moral virtue which comes through human habits especially one that is hard to
give up, (Aristotle, 1931). It is important to differentiate this from deontologist which uphold the the
concept of doing unto others what you want others to do unto you. Utilitarianism in contrast with
virtue ethicist emphases on actions that give the maximum benefit to a large number of people as
possible.
In Hill s article about ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
We can come to the conclusion that we are required to ensure our relationship with the Earth and it s
inhabitants is just and they re able to live full, dignified, lives; that we need to ensure our existence as
humans is sustainable throughout the future generations to come; that it s an environmental injustice to
not reduce our consumption of especially toxic chemicals; and finally, the quality our person in
question seems to lack, is the courage to stand up to the fear and powerlessness we might feel towards
those violating the previous three virtues. When lacking that virtue, it s important to be reminded that
many other people succumb to fear, especially with terrifying new scientific knowledge being released
on a regular basis showing our carbon impact as a society. Having the courage just gives individuals
and societies the strength to persevere through the harder moments of environmental justice. Having
all of these very important virtues means someone s character has the right amount of eudaimonia
(Mosser,
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The Dark Side of Judge Pyncheon in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s...
The Dark Side of Judge Pyncheon in Nathaniel Hawthorne s Novel, The House of the Seven Gables
People in society live in a masquerade. Everyone wears a decoratively adorned mask that displays
beauty, purity, and service. However, behind the mask lies on the inside of all society. One will stop at
nothing in order to be well liked, thus becoming hypocrites. In Nathaniel Hawthorne s novel, The
House of the Seven Gables, the narrator uses intense diction, a vivid selection of detail, and a
shocking tone to reveal that the character of Judge Pyncheon resembles perfection on the outside, yet
darker traits sit latent on the inside.
The narrator uses intense diction to describe Judge Pyncheon s character as near perfection. He
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Pyncheon is always aware of his form as well as his appearance towards others like broad
benevolence, and a scrupulous attention to the rich and poor. The narrator suddenly transitions from
Judge Pyncheon s admirably arranged life to his early and reckless youth. Nathaniel Hawthorne
ultimately describes Pyncheon s looking glass image, his party mask. This hard, cold man can only be
brought down by the public loss of interest in him. The intensity of the narrator s diction makes the
Judge s contrasting inner and outer characters obvious and blatant.
A vivid selection of detail provides perfect evidence to Judge Pyncheon s unsightly hypocrisy.
Hawthorne pays close attention to Pyncheon s work life, social world, and conspicuous appearances.
At the same time, he elaborates on his wonderful involvement, his pursuing work ethic, and his superb
manner and attire towards others. However, it is not the superficial attributes that Hawthorne pays
attention to... it is the subliminal side of the Judge that he disregards. What does Judge Pyncheon do in
his leisure time when the public eye is not trampling in his world? The Judge s splendid rubbish is
only a mere reflection he wants society to witness. Because of the narrator s selection of detail, Judge
Pyncheon s secret existence soars to the surface.
A shocking and disappointing tone exposes Judge Pyncheon s active and subtle conscience.
Hawthorne is loathing
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Lupe Fiasco’s Modern Voice Essay
History has constantly brought upon leaders and individuals who stands up against the corrupt society
he and many others face. Those leaders express their profound thoughts for both him and the many
others that are too afraid to speak out. One of the most notorious writers in American history and is
known for his transcendental ideals. However, today s society lacks individuals who parallels with
Whitman. Lupe Fiasco represents the Modern American voice speaking out against the degrading
world society and does so by influencing the public through their appeal of music. He rejects and
contrasts from the negative influences of the world and uses his music to contradict those who degrade
our society. Born in the west side of Chicago ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In the song, Fiasco portrays the manipulation that many are often affected by. He suggests that others
should, like him, ignore what others think and act purely on what you believe. Fiasco uses the analogy
of slaves to describe the similar effects of losing one s individuality. The experiences one would face
if he/she succumbs into the negative influences of others would be similar to that of African American
slaves. Because of human nature, jealousy exists amongst every individual and by allowing others to
control aspects of your life, he/she will be able harm those dependent variables of one s life. Similarly,
Whitman states that one should freely ...give alms to everyone that asks, stand up for the stupid and
crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning God, have patience
and indulgence toward the people, take off your hat to nothing known or unknown or to any man or
number of men, go freely with powerful uneducated persons and with the young and with the mothers
of families... (Leaves of Summer, Preface) Whitman again describes the idea of individualism. People
fear of the higher power and often let that fear consume them, eventually eliminating the individual s
ability to act freely. He implies that people should ignore those circumstances and without
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Publix History
What is your favorite place to go and get anything you need? Is it Walmart, Target, or Publix? If so,
you ve probably never referred to either of those as a general store. In all actuality, Walmart, Target,
and Publix are all predecessors of the 19th and early 20th century general store. With large display
windows for all to see the brand new item the store had to offer to the community, a general store was
a necessity for all towns. In fact, some towns were even built around the general store. It was such an
essential for the community that in 1866 the Cape Cod town of Brewster, Massachusetts converted a
church into a general store that is still going today (Fox News, 2012). The general store offered a
variety of things to the community and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The general store offered a huge variety of merchandise that people normally couldn t get. Whether it
was something they couldn t make, or something that didn t come from around the town (Hays, The
General Store , 2012), it was always interesting to people to see just what the general store had. They
would get things like medicines, candies, smoking tobacco, and even toiletries like soaps. After a busy
week of working on the farm, the mom would pack lunch, and the dad and kids would get ready to
head to the general store. They didn t only go to get what they needed for the week, but they also went
because it was a special occasion! The kids would walk in and see toys and candies and all sorts of
things that, if they were lucky, they might walk out with. Candy was a delicacy, and though it didn t
really cost a lot, it wasn t a necessity, thus normally overlooked by the parents. As the mom and the
dad would walk around, of course they would see some things that they wanted. Like how the father
might want some new tools or the mother would look at glassware (Iowa Pathways, The General
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The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA)
Situation A.
The Family Medical Leave Act, deals with the laws regarding eligible employees taking off up to
twelve weeks of unpaid leave for their child s birth, adopting a child, taking care of an ill family
member, or if they themselves have a serious health condition (Vikesland, 2006). In order to be
considered an eligible employee, you must work for a company that employs at least fifty people,
have worked there for a year and have worked a minimum of 1,250 hours in that year. The employee
also has the right to return to the same or equivalent position, pay, and benefits at the conclusion of
their leave (Vikesland, 2006). The Family Medical Leave Act is not just to protect employees and look
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The eligible employees are allowed to have up to twelve weeks of leave, but it is unpaid. However, if
the employee has sick time, or vacation leave they have not used then that pay could be applied to
their FMLA time off. So, if employee A has stored paid sick, or vacation time, then the manager is
required to pay him for the time that he has been gone. If employee A did not have any paid leave to
take, then it is considered normal FMLA leave an the manager is not required to pay the employee for
any time while gone. So, looking at the situation there has not been a violation of the FMLA.
Situation B.
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act governs discrimination in the work place for people age
forty and older. Under the ADEA, it is unlawful to discriminate against a person because of his/her age
with respect to any term, condition, or privilege of employment, including hiring, firing, promotion,
layoff, compensation, benefits, job assignments, and training (EEOC, 2008). Because of companies
wanting employees that were going to have longevity from their starting point, or wanting to move the
younger people up the corporate ladder, something had to be done to protect the rights of the older
generation. The ADEA protects those rights; it forces employers to give benefits to employees over
forty, it doesn t allow companies to advertise for jobs specifying an age, or age limit, and it does not
allow a company to
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Pro Mx Racing Research Paper
Have guts to fight for your dreams. If people mock them good. That means they re great dreams.
(Robin Sharma). Which means if people mock your dreams, then they just wish they had the same
dreams. Pro mx racing is a ideal career for one who wants to earn a high salary, work a flexible
schedule, and achieve personal fulfillment. Pro mx racers earn an ideal salary. Pro mx racers earn an
average of $79,460 annual earnings if paid by an ametuer race team (Corporation CFNC). Earnings
vary depending on level of race team employer. The racers make $38.20 hourly and can earn up to
$1500 for first out of the gate (Corporation CFNC). On main events riders can earn a bonus of up to
$25,000. Ex: Monster Energy Cup ( Redbull Gives You Wings ). Also the riders can earn extra prizes
like cars, boats, ect. Sometimes at the monster energy cup supercross main event they will give first
place a free toyota, chevy, or ford truck. Racers can also earn sponsors from companies. The
companies will give the sponsored rider parts for hid bike, clothes, hats, and gear, basically everything
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The riders usually race every weekend. The races are on saturdays, sundays, and sometimes on
fridays. The races last most of the day from early morning to late at night. Sometimes the raes can last
into the next morning around 3 am. The riders practice everyday, with practice comes riding the bike.
Riding the bike is a main priority. Usually riding on a private track for practice usually lasting 6 or
less hours a day. The riders must workout in a gym with private trainers at least 3 to 4 hours a day. The
workouts are usually hard and fast paced. Also the riders will have personal trainers that make
workout routines for them. The race team will normally choose the trainer for on and off track
practice. Sometimes the race team will let the rider choose who trains
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Essay On Mark Twain
Mark Twain once stated, Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow mindedness. This quote
should let us all know how much travel actually meant to him. In his life, he did a lot of traveling and
exploring. From a newspaper apprentice to a pilot Mark Twain lived a rather adventurous life .
First, most people think that your childhood can have a pleasant or unpleasant effect on your
adulthood. Mark Twain was born Samuel Clemens on November 30, 1835 in the frontier village of
Florida, Missouri ( Mark Twain Biography.com ). He spent his boyhood in nearby Hannibal, on the
bank of the Mississippi River, observing its busy life, fascinated by its romance, but chilled by the
violence and bloodshed it bred.(28 Cox) During his childhood he became exposed to slavery, at one
point he actually discovered a body of a drowned slave. At 12, Twain would actually have to drop out
of school due to the sudden death of his father John Clemens; he would become a young apprentice (
MarkTwainBiograpgy.com ). Twain wasn t even a teen and basically had to become the man of the
house not by choice but basically by force, this more than likely made Twain the hard worker that he
was.
Next, one could say you should treat every job as if it is actually your career, as if you would be doing
it for the rest of your life. Mark Twain had several different jobs. He began work as an apprentice then
a compositor with local printers, contributing occasional squibs.(125 MacArthur) At 17 his comic
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The most interesting thing about my author is how he traveled the U.S. and a little bit of the world and
found jobs mostly every time he moved this stuck with me because apparently, Mark was a
workaholic and that is one thing that I can respect, and relate to. The tragedies that he experience such
as his brother and father s death make him memorable because he overcame them and that s all that
matters at him in my
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Summary Of Never Fall Down
Pehrnel Poppitz
Hr. 3 During the rule of the Khmer Rouge, many innocent people were put through harsh treatment
including rape, slavery, and torture. Along with all of these things, many of these Cambodians were
killed for being too weak to work or do anything else. Pol Pot, who was the leader at this time, has
been estimated at killing around 2,500,000 Cambodians, which is nearly 20% of the population.
During the novel it is apparent that the author s purpose is to describe how life was during this time
for a young boy named Arn, show how brutal survival was for those who did, and how the Khmer
Rouge brainwashed their victims. In the book Never Fall Down , Arn starts off as a lower class kid
who does anything he can to make an extra buck. He sells ice cream to kids, but also gambles with
adults. However, he shows he doesn t want this money all for himself. After acquiring the money, he
buys gifts along with food, for his family to help them live a little better. Soon after, everything
changes as the Khmer Rouge take over the town filling them with lies about the Americans bombing
them if they don t evacuate. Right away turmoil begins as everyone floods the streets getting out of the
city with as much of their belongings as they can carry. For the 12 mile walk, they were given little
food making everyone weak. Families were dying on the side of the road from starvation and people
began to accept that death was happening. If they were to show any emotion for the people
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Lakota Indians Essay
Lakota History Throughout North American expansion the Lakota people have suffered some of the
worst and straight forward persecutions against Native American Indians, and live in some of the
poorest if not the poorest conditions in the United States. This is sad for a people who use to be one of
the strongest nations in the Central Plains, feared by white men and other Indian nations alike for their
ferocity and warrior abilities in the heat of battle. The Lakota arrived at positions of dominance
because of their success in controlling live¬stock, land, trading rights, and people. Wars for conquest
were motivated principally by these practical considerations, not driven by aggressive instincts. Their
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A small band made a diversionary attack on a party of woodcutters from the fort, and Commandant
Colonel Henry Carrington quickly ordered Colonel Fetterman to go to their aid with a company of 80
troopers. Crazy Horse and 10 decoy warriors then rode into view of the fort. When Carrington fired an
artillery round at them, the decoys ran away as if frightened. The party of woodcutters made it safely
back to the fort, but Colonel Fetterman and his men chased after the fleeing Crazy Horse and his
decoys, just as planned. The soldiers rode straight into the ambush and were wiped out in a massive
attack during which some 40,000 arrows rained down on the misguided troopers.With 81 fatalities, the
Fetterman Massacre was the army s worst defeat in the West until the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876.
Further Indian attacks eventually forced the army to reconsider its commitment to protecting the
Bozeman Trail, and in 1868 the military abandoned the forts and pulled out, and prompted the Fort
Laramie Treaty of 1868. It was one of only a handful of clear Indian victories in the Plains Indian
Wars. Under the Fort Laramie Treaty provisions stated that the Lakota could keep their hunting
grounds, their sacred and religious sites which were to include the Black Hills, the United Sates will
pay restitution and the Lakota will let settlers pass through their territory and allow the U.S.
government to make and maintain a route through their hunting grounds and to not worry about
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Three Day Road Analysis
The protagonist of Three Day Road comes in the form of Xavier Bird, a taciturn and humble young
Cree man who finds himself tossed into the chaos of the Great War; a global phenomenon that turned
men into monsters and the land into a place suitable for no man. Through his devotion to his
spirituality, refusal to conform to wemistikoshiw ways, and steadfast sense of morality, Xavier
manages to maintain his identity throughout the novel. One of Xavier s most notable traits is his
devotion to his spirituality. Whereas many men lose faith in their god(s) while fighting the war, Xavier
remains fiercely loyal to his Indian Religion , as is specifically noted shortly after the death of Sean
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Throughout the novel, he repeatedly refuses to conform to the ways of the wemistikoshiw. While
Xavier and Elijah both face prejudice due to their Native ethnicities, the two respond to it in
completely contrasting ways. Whereas Elijah conforms and abandons his Native customs in order to
fit in and gain a place amongst the other soldiers, Xavier firmly sticks to his Indian religion and
remains unaffected by the pressures put on him by his wemistikoshiw comrades. He refuses to speak
English, noting how their tongue is better for lies (Boyden, 51), wears his moccasins more than his
army boots, remains loyal to his religious/spiritual beliefs, and expresses general disinterest and
criticism in regards to their ways. He notes how he finds their medicine odd and refuses to try
morphine until it is forced upon him, how he thinks their gods are entities of violence, etc... The divide
between the wemistikoshiw and Natives is further emphasized during the scene in which Elijah
knocks over a swallow s nest and kills the three chicks. The Cree have a great respect for nature and
animals, so when Xavier is ordered by Breech to sweep out the nest, he predictably refuses. Elijah, on
the other hand, grows frustrated by Xavier s refusal, telling him to do it and that it s just a bird
(Boyden, 258). By knocking down the nest himself, Elijah reveals that he identifies more with the
wemistikoshiw than Cree. In his refusal to carry out orders and knock the nest down, Xavier s
devotion to his Native identity and rejection of wemistikoshiw culture is further
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Why Did So Many American Countries Begin To Expand
Expansionism was a key component during this time frame, as many countries were battling to take
over other countries land or saving the land they had. However, defending countries did not always
win these battles due to several causes. Therefore, how did countries begin to expand their land and
how did the tactics of using new weaponry and the use of water help these countries expand their
land? Countries were going into battle to try to conquer more land, by doing so, if they were
victorious they were able to call the land theirs. They would conquer the land by tactics of using the
waterways and new weaponry that would give them an efficient way of winning the land. The
Europeans used their transoceanic powers, land frontiers powers, and the western states in Americans
to expand. The transoceanic powers were important to Britain as they had the most transoceanic gains.
Not only did Britain use the water to make advances in other countries to expand, but so did France.
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It also helped countries to win battles, therefore, the countries would expand because they won the
land. ...the gunboats had ascended the Nile, and now engaged the enemy s batteries on both banks.
Rivers such as the Nile allowed the other countries to enter into another country in a hasty manner.
This allowed for more of a surprise attack, and the homeland people would not be ready to fight. As
the gunboats started silencing forts, it would continue moving up the river to continue their jobs. After
the gunboats completed their task of sinking the opponent s boats and silencing the enemy s artillery,
the men would come to help the men on land, until a new task came up. Therefore, the use of the
waterways and boats allowed the Europeans to defeat the country, and to expand their land in this
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Canadian Magazine Globalization
Globalization, which is the international integrations of people, economics, and culture, has changed
the world. Cultural globalization is a phenomenon by which the experience of everyday life, as
influenced by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, reflects a standardization of cultural expressions
(Watson 2016, para.1). Many people believe that their culture is under fire by cultural globalization
and the birth of the new global village. One such example of this is the case of the Canadian Magazine
Dispute of the 1990 s.
Canada believes magazines to be an integral part of their culture and media. The Canadian
government, in an effort to protect this aspect of its culture, began imposing tariffs on foreign
magazines. This began in the 1920 s and in the 60 s began prohibiting split run editions of foreign
magazines (The Levin Institute 2016, para.3). In the 90 s, and the boom in information technology,
this all came to a head. American publishers began publishing split run editions with some Canadian
content. They were printed in Canada via electronic transmission. Canada, who was angered over this
loophole and in an effort to protect its magazine industry, raised the ... Show more content on
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To what extent do you think the government of Canada was pressured to seek to protect its market
because of financial interests of the Canadian magazine industry? As I stated in the last question, the
Canadian domestic magazine market is considerably small compared to the foreign market. With the
heavy push of American magazines due to the information technology boom, I believed that the
Canadian magazine publishers were indeed worried that they might be shut out of their market
completely especially since so much of the magazine industry seems to have been controlled by
foreign publishers. I believe the Canadian publishers probably lobbied hard to ensure their
government increased tariffs and taxes on foreign magazines and foreign
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What Does To His Coy Mistress Mean
Analyzing Fiction Paper on To His Coy Mistress In Andrew Marvell s love poem To His Coy Mistress
, arguments for sexual freedom are evident as sexual conquest is illustrated by the clever use of thinly
veiled sexual innuendo, a pinch of erotic metaphor, and mocking humor. At initial glimpse of the
poem s title, one might easily misperceive the objective of the lyric as a whole and immediately
assume the worst due to the evolution of terminology over time. When Marvell uses the lexeme
mistress , he is referring to the term lover . In modern day terminology, mistress could be interpreted
as an individual with whom an affair is occurring . This composition contains several characteristics of
a traditional love poem. But, if you analyze deeper into the poem, you may discover that To Coy His
Mistress is more of a dramatic monologue. The speaker does all of the talking, which stamps the
writing as a monologue. The rhetorician is conversing with his mistress, which defines the lyric as
dramatic. Although, as the reader, you may identify with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A sense of urgency is suggested in his tone. Thus, a strong expression of carpe diem is revealed. Had
we but world enough, and time (1) is implying that if all of the time in the world was available to
them, then his mistress s humble nature would not be a hindrance. Lines 33 40 state that time is indeed
running out so, while youth is discernible upon them both and the soul is still willing, they should
embrace the desires they have. The poem soon shifts and darkens as it proceeds and the time push and
sexual seduction focus moves into the objectionable reaches of decay and decimation. The recognition
of death is introduced when Marvell states, But at my back I always hear/ Time s winged chariot
hurrying near. . This increases his urgent advances because he knows that once he is below the dirt, all
is lost and his conquest has not been
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Cultural Geography Classes
My classes are going well so far. I am doing well in English and Cultural Geography. I am doing well
in these classes because in English I get everything done on time, like the homework and class
assignments. I am also doing well because my vocab quizzes and retakes are helping my grade as well
and I am starting to participate and ask more questions. I am proud of my English grade. I will
continue to do well in English class by completing all of my work, participating and do my very best
to keep succeeding in that class. I am also doing well in Cultural Geography. I am doing well in
Cultural Geography because I am prepared for the map quizzes and am starting to participate a lot
more and ask questions as well. I am also completing assignments
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Oriental Despotism In Montetesquieu s The Persian Letters
The European s mindset by the latter of the third of the 18th century saw that inside each Asian burned
the effervescent ember of savagery. Without controlling governance over the people, Europeans
believed anarchy would chaotically erupt in Asia. It was believed Asians truly did not have self control
without a supreme leader. Oriental despotism is the idea that the societies in Asia have a single
totalitarian formed government and without this leadership there would be no order to their society.
According to Montesquieu, Asian power is absolutist and held in the hands of one. Everything that
could possibly happen is in the merciless hands of the despotism. In Montesquieu s epistolary novel
The Persian Letters, he argues for oriental despotism through his two main characters in the story
Usbec and Rico. He talks about the economic, political, social and cultural aspects of Persian society
that he parallels with oriental despotism. Montesquieu also shows makes his story of the characters
into a metaphor of the destruction of oriental despotism. Marx believed in the superiority of the west
and the lack of growth in political and economic realms of Asiatic society contributing to the concept
of Asian despotism. Finally, Hegel touches on the white man s burden where he uses oriental
despotism to explain the child like relationship Europeans had with the savage orients. Montesquieu s
Persian Letters shows the reader the innerworkings of how he viewed oriental despotism and the
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Building And Create Success Inter Organizational Strategies
To build and create success inter organizational strategies are used by an organization to reduce
uncertainty and manage resource interdependencies in its environment; this in turn will allow an
organization the ability to protect and enlarge its organizational domain. An organization s specific
environment has to be managed in order to produce the greatest relationships with external
stakeholders. There are two basic types of interdependencies that cause uncertainty in the specific
environment, those are symbiotic and competitive. Interdependencies can be classified as symbiotic
when the outputs of one organization are used as the inputs for another organization; this basically
tells us that a symbiotic interdependency will be one ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
We understand that an organization ...aims to choose and inter organizational strategy that offers the
most reduction in uncertainty for the least loss of control. (Jones, 71). There are two main types of
linkage mechanisms, formal and informal, when an organization utilizes a more formal linkage
mechanism there is usually more direct coordination and it goes to reason that the coordination is
stricter and more explicit conversely when organizations engage in more informal linkage mechanisms
there is usually less joint control, and the coordination is less explicit. Organizations have a range of
acceptable strategies in which they can choose to manage symbiotic interdependencies; these
strategies range from the less formal reputation, and cooptation to the more formal strategic alliance,
and mergers and takeovers. Additionally since competition among rivals can threaten the current
supply of resources and increase uncertainty within an industry organizations have multiple methods
reduce the uncertainty caused by various levels of competition. These strategies also range from less
to more formal and can include collusion and cartels, third party linkage mechanisms, strategic
alliances, and mergers and takeovers. The two less formal methods for managing symbiotic
interdependencies are reputation and cooptation. The least formal and least direct
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Persuasive Essay On Shootings
Imagine your next door neighbor owns an AR 15, which he has turned it into an automatic weapon
and his excuse is that it s for his safety. Would this make you feel safe? There are more guns in
America than there are people and most of those guns are semi automatic weapons. These semi
automatic weapons truthfully don t serve any purpose for the average person. Most mass shootings
have included some kind of a semi automatic weapon. According to Sach since the ban of 1994, there
hasn t really been a strong push to ban semi automatic weapons. The ban did expire in 2004
furthermore was not renewed and since then mass shootings have skyrocketed up. However, some
people still try to argue that it s for protection or for hunting or they might say something like Guns
don t kill people, people kill people but as Shammas said it s time to retire that saying. From (The
Math of Mass Shootings) they say there have been one those forty eight victims killed in mass
shootings, not including the shooter, also that that has been one hundred ninety four shooters and two
hundred ninety two guns used a majority of them semi automatic weapons. .We know guns aren t
getting up and shooting people themselves, but the gun is still being used to harm another person.
Also, no person needs an AR 15 for protection which carries 30 bullets and is capable of carrying 100
bullets, which is absurd to believe someone needs this much protection. Gun owners also feel like it s
their right to own a
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Data Collection Tool Used For Information About Individuals
A survey is a process of obtaining information or a general view, examination, or description of
something. It is a data collection tool used to gather information about individuals. It has a variety of
purposes and can actually be conducted in many ways. One of the ways is by printed questionnaire,
over the telephone, by mail, in person, by diskette, or on the web. However, the information is
collected through the use of standardized procedures. This is to ensure that every participant is asked
the same question in the same way (uniform). It entails asking the participants for information in a
structured format. Notably, the participants being surveyed may be representing themselves or their
organization depending on what is being asked. They may also focus on factual information about
individuals. Generally, surveys are standardized to ensure that they have reliability and validity. This
is very important so that the results can be generalized to the entire population. However, this paper
will discuss the following questions/concerns based on the survey questionnaire answered: my thought
on the length of each survey instrument, my thought on the open minded questions, whether I
preferred completing the surveys or open ended questions, which methodology I believe is most useful
in the examination of each variable/construct, and how this experience might influence my research
design.
My Thought on Length of Survey In my thought, the length of each survey
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Symptoms Of The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common complaint in patients seen by the Family Nurse
Practitioner (FNP). Patients that complain of numbness, tingling or pain to the first three fingers and
part of the ring finger of the hand are describing CTS. The patient may also complain of weakness to
the affected hand. In patients that have experiences these symptoms chronically, there may also be
muscle wasting to the thenar eminence near the base of the thumb (Dunphy, Winland Brown, Porter,
Thomas, 2015). The typical patient that has symptoms of CTS is a pregnant or middle aged female as
women are more likely than men to for CTS. Typically, the symptoms worsen at night and the patient
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The symptoms of pain, numbness, tingling or weakness are the result of the inflammatory process
within the carpal tunnel that leads to compression of the median nerve. The compression and resulting
impingement of the median nerve results in ischemia. The ischemia leads to the symptoms of
numbness, tingling, pain and weakness of the hand and/or forearm. The FNP should inspect the wrist
and hands of the patient with symptoms of CTS, looking for skin color and temperature changes,
deformities and muscle wasting. The active and passive range of motion (ROM) of the neck,
shoulders, elbows, wrists and fingers should be accessed. Muscle strength should be assessed at the
shoulder, elbow, wrist and fingers. Spurling s test for cervical radiculopathy should be performed. A
plain x ray can be ordered by the FNP if ROM of the wrist is limited. The FNP should also assess
capillary refill of the fingers (Dunphy, Winland Brown, Porter, Thomas,
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Informative Speech On Jet Lag
Topic: Jet Lag
Specific Purpose: to inform my audience about Jet lag.
Central Idea: Today, I want to inform you about Jet Lag. First, what is Jet Lag, and how is it caused.
Second, what are some of the common symptoms of Jet Lag. Third, what are some ways that can help
prevent Jet Lag.
INTRODUCTION
Attention getter: By a raise of hands how many of you have ever traveled by airplane out of the
country and have experienced Jet Lag?
Relevance to audience: If you raised your hand and for those of you who didn t. I am here too share
what jet lag is and how you can overcome it.
Credibility material: As your classmate, I know what it is like to experience Jet Lag being in the
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Jet Lag is according to Mayoclinc.com, is caused by a disruption of your circadian body rhythms. Jet
Lag can occur any time you travel by airplane across two or more time zones. During this time, your
bodies internal clock changes your sleep and wake cycles (Mayoclinc.com, para.5 ).
4. In addition, jet lag can be caused by changes in airline cabin pressure and atmosphere
(mayoclinc.com, para.5).
(Link: What are some of the common symptoms of Jet Lag).
II. Now that you understand what exactly jet lag is, and how it is caused. I want to share with you
some of the common symptoms of Jet Lag.
1. The first symptoms that is common of jet lag is disturbed sleep such as, being super tired or
experiencing insomnia (Mayoclinic.com, para.6).
2. The second most common symptom is extreme fatigue that can cause an individual to struggle with
concentrating on basic tasks that they are used to (Mayoclinc.com, para.7).
C. When I was in the military I can completely agree that disturbed sleep is one of the first symptoms
of jet lag.
1. When I first started out in the military being sleep deprived affected my ability to function and do
basic military
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Activity-Based Costing ( ABC ) Essay
Activity Based Costing ACTIVITY BASED COSTING AND MANAGEMENT : AN OVERVIEW
Activity Based Costing (ABC) is more relevant than traditional costing in companies, where product
mix is diverse in; batch sizes, physical sizes, degree or complexity, and raw material characteristics.
ABC will also provide more decision useful information for the service industry, characterized by
diversity in range of services provided. If the products in a plant or services provided posses similar
characteristics, wither volume based or an activity based cost driver will provide reasonably accurate
costs. The strategic goal of ABC is to provide decision useful cost and profitability information for
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The level at which activities are analysed can vary widely from the very aggregate to the very
detailed. The level of detail should be matched to the level of analysis required to improve the
decision making within the organisation. Even within a single organisation, the level of detail can very
from one part of the analysis to another, excessive detail will bog down the project and not provide
any material benefit to the analysis. Too little detail will obscure the meaningful results that could be
achieved.
The usefulness of an ABC analysis can be further enhanced by including a value analysis of every
activity.
When constructing an ABC model, activity costs can be either traced directly to a cost objects.
Examples of enabling activities include paying employees and supporting PC users . We can then
generate reports for these activities in various formats that show both the direct resources as well as
those supports activities that form part of the total cost. Reports generally list the activities from
highest cost to lowest cost. Management can then evaluate these activity costs in terms of whether
they are too high, too low, or in the expected range. This is again a focusing mechanism for
management in evaluating it
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Vitamins Requirements
Three criteria that must be met in order for something to qualify as a vitamin it must meet the
following requirements.
1. must be an indispensable, potent, and noncaloric organic compound
2. must be needed only in very small amounts in the diet
3. must perform both specific and individual functions that promote growth or reproduction, or to
maintain good health and prolong life.
Two major categories of vitamins are fat soluble (A, D, E, and K) and water soluble (B and C).
State a specific role for each of the following Vitamins: A) Vitamin A, B) niacin, C) Vitamin K, and,
D) Vitamin D E) B2 riboflavin.
A. Vitamin A maintains epithelial tissue integrity, skin health, is critical to bone growth and repair, and
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Vitamin K promotes blood clotting and serves as an essential component for prothrombin formation
within the liver.
D. Vitamin D promotes the absorption and metabolism of both calcium and phosphorus. This is
essential for both bones and teeth and may be synthesized within the skin.
E. B2 riboflavin
The energy content of food and the expenditure of energy by the body are measured in units called
Calories. Define the term calorie with a small c , and relate this term to large C Calories also known as
Food Calories or kilocalories. State how many Calories are contained in each pound of stored body
fat. Calorie with a small c is defined as the amount of energy (or heat) required in order to increase the
temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree Celsius. Calorie with a big C is the amount of heat or
energy required in order to increase the temperature of 1000 grams of water by 1 degree Celsius. So, 1
Calorie is 1000 calories. Calories (big C ) are used to measure the calories (small c ) within food. Fat
is considered the primary storage form of energy within the body, and 3500 kilocalories are stored in
each pound of body fat that is stored.
Define the term basal metabolic rate , and contrast that with total metabolic
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Into The Great Wide Open Poem Summary
¨A rebel without a clue¨, straight out of highschool doesn t know what to do but knows he ll be ok
with the endless possibilities that Hollywood has to offer. Eddie, a 18 year old rebel straight out of
highschool moves to hollywood in spite of a new life or a fresh start doing music and having a great
time. Into The Great Wide Open a poem written by Tom Petty about a young adult Eddie a 18 year old
rebel on a path to change his life and start new with fame and money but it takes a downfall that he
doesn t know about. The story of Eddie Into The Great Wide Open is about Eddie and the journey he
has begun by himself and the upsets and downfalls of Eddie our protagonist. The way the poem/ story
of Eddie starts is how he waits for highschool to be over when it s over he moves out to Hollywood
where he gets a tattoo and then meet a girl there with a tattoo as well. Him and this girl barely know
each other yet they start dating and get an apartment together which they both can afford. His first job
in Hollywood is as a bouncer at a nightclub and earns a little money from there on. Then one day his
girlfriend taught him some guitar chords and he started to play songs under profile then one day he got
a agent and a roadie named Bart that helped him make a record that hits the charts. He made it big he
was getting money going to parties meeting movie stars then as he was making what seemed to be his
second record his A R man said i don t hear a single and that s when things
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Feminist Criticism Of Disney
Disney is known for playing a large part in the development of children. Children idolize the company
and its characters. And while the children are more than likely unaware of it, Disney helps to construct
a sense of morality, creativity, and imagination. Although these are certainly positive attributes that
build a strong foundation for a child to flourish, there are critics out there who argue that there are
controversial issues buried deep within the films. One of the largest conflicts critics come across is the
portrayal of Disney s villains. From the time Snow White came out in 1937 up until the release of
Frozen in 2013, there had been severe concerns with the representation of women within the films and
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Finally, I will address the conflicting view that anti feminism is apparent within Disney s villains.
Particular Disney villains remain shallow and sexist and it is irrefutable.
In discussions of Disney, a highly controversial issue is the portrayal of the villains within the
animated princess films. Specifically, the idea of what is good is beautiful has been shown to influence
young girls and boys in various studies and it is problematic (Silvestri). With society evolving and
becoming more open to discussing controversial issues, people are more susceptible to creating their
own judgments and critiques. Not only have the movies with female disney villains been useful in
research, but those starring male villains have contributed to the argument as well. Numerous critics
have researched and revealed information about Disney and their villains, both male and female, that
reveals different______
The portrayal of Disney villains reveals stereotypes rooted in society that are caused by lookism which
may persuade children to partake in this type of discrimination. For example, each Disney villain was
created to be unattractive according to society s standards, dictating those who look like them as
immoral people. Today s beauty standards for women consists of things like being young, thin, having
long and flowing hair, and even wearing certain makeup. In
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Profit Vist Non Profit
Introduction Whenever looking at financials, a certain level of accountability and understanding is
needed to be able to have great measurability of success. That is the case for any individual especially
when applying this thought of rational to a business or corporation even more accountability,
understanding, and most importantly precision are needed to successfully bring in as well as continue
financial sustainability. When dealing within a corporation there are many levels to adhere to within
the financial everyday aspects of the corporation being ran with precision. So what happens when an
organization is not ran financially like a corporation yet deals with almost the same kind of aspects? A
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So how can that definition be taken in? Is a non profit organization just a business trying to avoid
paying taxes? That could be the case though let us delve a little deeper.
Recognizing Non Profit Organizations
Taking a look at non profit organizations will breed a sense of familiarity. Five of the most known and
recognizable non profits are National Public Radio (NPR), United Nations Children s Fund
(UNICEF), Human Rights Watch (HRW), Wiki Leaks, and Green Peace. These are all organizations
we have come across with familiarity, with maybe the exception of Green Peace. As any avid listener
of National Public Radio I can attest to the programs being run on the basis of callers calling in and
pledging donations to help keep certain programs as well as the station afloat. Some of these other
organizations are also based upon donation interaction, however, to label their financial situation as
strictly donation base would be an ignorant train of thought. All of these organizations do a great job
acquiring revenue to help the operation of the organization.
Financial Stability Being financially stable is an issue of any organization or corporation. This is an
issue touched on by Padilla, Staplefoote, and Morganti as they state the following the definition of
financial sustainability may
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Fudgy Chocolate Brownies Answers
Fudgy Chocolate Brownies
Ingredients
1 sugar
6 tablespoons cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 large egg
2/3 cup all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
3 tablespoons water
1/4 cup vegetable oil
Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and lightly grease an 8 x 8 pan. Set aside.
2. Combine all ingredients into a bowl and stir until mixed.
3. Pour batter into greased pan and bake for 20 minutes.
4. Let cool and cut into squares to serve.
Pistachio Fudge
Ingredients
1/2 cup of shelled, unsalted pistachios
10 tablespoons unsalted butter
6 ounces dark chocolate
4½ cups sugar
7 ounces sweetened condensed milk
Pinch of salt
Instructions
1. Line an 8 x 8 square baking
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Tonpa Alternate Ending
Hey I m Tonpa, your new this year aren t you? said a short chubby dude with a large nose. Yeah. I
mumbled. Here, as a welcoming gift. He said while holding out a can of juice. It s a good thing he can
t see my face because of the cloak I was wearing. He would probably see the bloodlust in my eyes. No
I don t want any of your juice. I said in a disgusted tone. Are you sure it will probably be a while when
the next time you can have something to drink. he said uncertain. I said no! as I smacked the can of
juice out of his grubby hands. Everyone s eyes turned over to the yelling girl and a can of juice now
on the ground. I grit my teeth and take a sharp breath. I said sorry. and slowly walked away. I finally
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Thank you, my name is Gon, this is Kurapika. He said pointing to the blonde one. And that s Leorio.
He gestured to the man wearing the suit. Hey, are there any others who have taken the exam a bunch
of times like you? Gon asked curiously. Well I m the most experienced but there are a few others. For
instance, applicant two hundred and fifty five, Todo, the wrestler. On the other side there s applicant
one hundred and three, Bourbon, the snake charmer. And then there s number one hundred and ninety
one, Bodoro, the kung fu master. Then you have the three brothers, Amori, Imori, and Umori. And
number three hundred and eighty four, Gerreta, the huntsman. There are many more but they are the
ones that have done it the most. Tonpa said. When all of the sudden a guys scream brought my
attention else where. What I saw seemed unreal, the guys arms were disintegrating and turning into
flower petals. The guy standing in front of him was very creepy looking. He had red hair and yellow
eyes, there was a pink star under his right eye and a blue tear drop under his left. He was wearing a
jester
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Netflix vs. Blockbuster
Introduction Blockbuster opened in 1985 and in its first 20 years of business, the movie rental giant
opened 9.100 stores in 25 countries (Laudon, 2007, p. 121). Netflix launched in 1998 using a new
business model and became Blockbusters biggest threat. The paradigm shift in the rental industry from
having to travel to a store and rent a movie to being able to have a movie delivered to your mailbox
changed the way people think about media entertainment. The next shift will be having the technology
to download movies and shows directly to a television.
Analysis
Blockbuster and Netflix are using two different information system strategies. Blockbuster, which is a
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Alternatives One of the biggest information technology hurdles that Blockbuster has to overcome is
the two separate systems dividing the online service and the physical stores. While not as convenient
as being able to order a movie from the comfort of your home and having it upload on the TV, if
Blockbuster integrates the two systems it will be an advantage to the overall strategy. Microsoft and
Netflix have unveiled a partnership under which Netflix will stream movies directly to consumers
through Microsoft s Internet based Xbox Live service (McDougall, 2008). This strategy goes along
with Netflix s original agenda: to increase customer convenience. Anyone who is a Netflix subscriber
and has an Xbox will be able to stream movies in the company library. This service should launch in
the autumn of 2008.
Closing While Blockbuster is trying to remain true to its origins and keep its core competence of a
physical video rental store, the future seems to be in the roles of companies able to cater to consumer s
busy life styles and need for convenience. Netflix, along with Apple and video on demand, is working
to make ordering movies and TV shows as simple and fast as possible. Blockbuster needs to create a
strategy that keeps at the front of the movie rental technology if it doesn t want to lose customers to
the convenience of not having to leave their homes.
Appendix
Laudon, K. C., Laudon J. P.
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Harriet Stoowe Research Paper
Katherine Waldner Waldner 1
ELA 4th Hour
Mrs.Haibon
February 12, 2018
Harriet Beecher Stowe Have you ever heard of Harriet Stowe? Harriet was a Social Activist, author,
teacher and supporter of the Underground Railroad. She wrote one of the most influential books in
history, that made an enormous impact on civil rights. Harriet Beecher Stowe was born June 14, 1811
in Litchfield Connecticut. Her mother was Roxana Beecher and her father was Lyman Beecher.
Harriet had eleven siblings. Eight brothers Henry, Edward, Charles, Thomas, William, James, George,
Frederick, and 3 sisters Mary, Isabella and Catharine.
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Analysis Of Stack-On Gun Safe
guns provide not only proper organization but also security and safety to your precious collection.
They keep the guns protected from theft and disasters. Additionally, they prevent accidents and
misuse. One of the highly recommended safety units today is the Stack On Gun Safe. This product
line came from a company that manufactures tool storage systems. However, why should you choose
this brand over other brands? High Level of Theft Protection Stack On units are designed to be theft
proof. These appliances have great theft barrier and their walls are durable enough to protect their
contents. Depending on the model of safes you choose, the box can provide order as it allows storage
of ammunition, rifles, handguns and shotguns. These boxes
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Psy 230 Week 8 Life Lab
Life Lab 8
Of the many techniques people use to reduce stress, yoga is among one of the more popular. Although
some may believe that effects of yoga are merely physical, there is research that suggests that yoga has
direct impacts on one s mental state. According to Forbes, in addition to the benefits on the heart and
blood flow, yoga helps release dopamine and gaba and serotonin (Walton, 2012). All of these are
known to create feeling of happiness in a person (K. W. Brown, personal communication, Sept. 7). For
this lab, I decided I would try yoga for myself to test the results.
The type of yoga I attempted is vinyasa yoga, which focuses on breathing and movement. Some of the
moves were a little difficult to me, as I am none the most balanced
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Role Horses And Steel Played In Pizarro s Conquest Of The...
1. Explain the role horses and steel played in Pizarro s conquest of the Incan Empire. Pizarro was able
to conquer the Incan Empire by frightening the natives with things they had never seen. Because the
Incans had never before seen horses, they did not know how to react. During the initial ambush
against the Incas, horses were used to topple the litter that was carrying the Incan Emperor,
Atahuallpa, before capturing him. The Spanish troops also ran over the Incans, killing and injuring
many. Simerly,
2. Explain the role that smallpox played in Pizarro s victory. Be sure to include events that occurred
before he even arrive in Peru. Smallpox helped Pizarro conquer the Incan Empire because it divided
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Some people, like Mansa Musa, already had fame and money, while others, like Marco Polo, wanted
it, and others still lusted for it. Marco Polo s journey to China would have surely brought him great
riches, as we see that the Polos became concerned that if Kublai ... were to die, they might not be able
to take the wealth they had acquired ... out of the country . Also, Marco Polo s book, The Travels of
Marco Polo, was widely popular, bringing him fame. Mansa Musa also had a lot of money and fame
because he had the ruler of over 500 million people. He was so rich, that he was able to give away 100
camel loads of gold. He would have had a lot more money at home. Also, by carrying out the hajj in
such an immense scale, not only would he have fame from his subjects, his fame would spread to the
other Muslims on the hajj, and also have caught the attention of European rulers. Finally, the
Spaniards also wanted fame and money, but took extreme steps. For example, Spaniards wanted to
convert the Incas to Christianity, thinking that if they did, they would get fame back at home among
the public and the Church. However, when the Incas refused, the Spanish slaughtered them and got
fame for winning even though they were vastly outnumbered. They received enough gold to fill a
room 22 x 17 x 8 in ransom money when they held Atahuallpa
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Phaedo Research Paper
Phaedo One of the final discussions that Socrates goes of is the journey people take after death. When
Socrates takes on this philosophical topic it leads into the description of the soul. In the book, Plato
Five Dialogues, translated by G. M. A Grube, Phaedo gives an account of this discussion. Now the
question that we want to discuss is, what is the soul according to the Phaedo ? What makes this a hard
question is that Socrates never directly answers this question. Although, according to the account that
the Phaedo provides, this paper will argue that the soul is the source/essence of true knowledge. To
show this, we will go over three different ideas. First we will go over how the soul and the body are
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The reason that this is important is because it shows that the soul has all pure knowledge and when we
are born we just forget it until something reminds us of that piece of knowledge. Socrates explains this
by using an example of seeing something that reminds a person of a different thing. The example that
Socrates uses is the example of sticks and stones. One person may think that a stick or stone look
equal, but another person may view them as unequal. This is important because the sticks and stones
may not be equal, but we are reminded of equality even though there is no equality we have the idea
of the true form of equality. Phaedo states, We must then possess knowledge of the Equal before that
time when we first saw the equal objects and realized that all these objects strive to be like the equal
but are deficient in this (Pg. 113). Socrates explains that this knowledge had to come from somewhere
and it must have been in a past life. These arguments show us that that Socrates thought that the soul
is the source or essence of true knowledge. Even though Socrates does not directly answer the
question of what the soul is we can see that he considers the soul is the source or essence of true
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Roadside Memorials Essay
Roadside memorials are seen on the side of a street or highway often times after the passing of a loved
one in a car accident. While a grave marks where a body is finally laid, the roadside memorial marks
the last place where a person was alive. The memorial is usually kept up by family and close friends
and is decorated with flowers, messages, and a cross or plaque. However, often times controversial,
these families believe that their moral authority to remember a loved one trumps any governmental
regulations set in place.
While they have been recently popping up throughout the Western world, they do demonstrate cultural
norms through the materials left behind at the memorial site; often times, they replicate structures
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Roadside memorials often times do this because civil and governmental bodies do not allow the
memorials to take place. Governmental authorities view the road as a public space and it is their duty
to ensure that the roads are safe and can view erected memorials as potential distractions to drivers.
There are civil bodies that allow them appear but only when they are regulated. However, to some
families, these limited memorials are not accurate representations of their feelings and how they want
to honor the deceased loved ones. Within the past five decades, numerous things have perpetuated this
change from the conventional into the newly popular roadside commemorative methods. Whether it
was the counter culture and civil rights movement of the 1960 s or the gradual distrust in government,
more people feels as if their moral authority trumps governmental superintended rules. Although civil
bodies want to confine the size and amount of time a memorial is up for, the grieving families do not
see the purpose of having such restrictions. In some ways, these memorials can be seen as a
performance focus for those who visit. Although there are not literal stage performers with music and
lights, the way the memorials are carried out reflects those who died and the ones he or she is survived
by. The focus of these shrines is to commemorate a fallen loved one or friend. While memorials are
commonly adorned with pictures and personal items, the way
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Freak The Mighty By Rodman Philbrick
Catie Giffen 3rd draft E.L.A 7.1 11/6/14 Freak the Mighty Leo Buscaglia says A single rose can be my
garden... a single friend, my world. In the book Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick, Max is the
main character who has a single friend, Kevin. Kevin is the other main character and Max is his whole
world. This is a story, about an unlikely friendship between two boys who are outcasts. Their
friendship begins when Kevin first moves in down the street and Max sneaks around trying to watch
Kevin. When they first meet, Max thinks Kevin is going to try to kill him but then, Max discovers that
Kevin is joking. At first Max feels stupid around Kevin but then Kevin teaches Max to feel good about
himself which helps their friendship grow. Even in school, Kevin teaches Max to feel confident.
Throughout the story, Kevin has a greater impact on the character Max. Kevin has a greater impact on
Max because Kevin and Max share adventures, such as rescuing the robot bird which starts to build
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Maxs father has kidnapped him, after Max tries to stop him from killing Loreta his dad tries to kill
him. In this scene Kevin has come to save Max from his father. I m in this far away place, falling
backwards real slow and dreamy, when I hear a window breaking. Then a small faraway voice is
saying put your hands up villain, and I really am falling and the air is coming back into my lungs so
fast it hurts... I m warning you, he says in fierce bold way he has. (130 131). This shows that Kevin is
a trust worthy friend and that he will always be there. In this case being a trust worthy friend means
that Kevin is there to help Max even in a very dangerous situation. Kevin has stuck by Max even
when it was
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Irony In The Emperor s New Clothes
The literary element of irony is perfectly demonstrated in the short story, The Emperor s New Clothes.
This tale opens by introducing a markedly vain emperor who is later fooled by a couple of con artists.
The two tricksters convince the emperor that they can tailor an outfit so magnificent and extraordinary
that it appears invisible to those ...who [are] too stupid or too incompetent to appreciate its quality
(Anderson). The emperor, being intrigued, supplies the two men with many valuable materials and
requests for them to fabricate such a suit for him. Unwilling to look idiotic or incompetent both the
emperor and his subjects pretend to be enamored with the invisible, ostensibly beautiful, garment.
Nearing the end of the story the emperor decides to adorn his outfit publically so all can appreciate his
new clothes. It is not until a mere child points out that the emperor is naked that the emperor and his
subordinates become disenchanted with the lie peddled by the two frauds, and ... Show more content
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Lovecraft is a tale which preserves this fact. During the beginning of the second chapter in this five
chapter short story, the main protagonist boards a bus commandeered by a malformed man with large
feet, scaly skin, and unblinking blue eyes. As he makes his lone journey towards Innsmouth, the main
character takes note of how increasingly empty and bleak the scenery becomes. He first does this by
establishing a juxtaposition between the warm and sunny day with the desolate landscape around him
(Lovecraft). The road leading into to the town of Innsmouth is rather barren and devoid of life,
offering only the sight of sedge grass, and stunted shrubbery (Lovecraft). After crossing a few crude
wooden bridges the bus finally arrives at its predetermined destination (Lovecraft). It is at this point
that the protagonist describes the true essence of this abhorrent, nautical
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The Supreme Court Case Of Washington V. Glucksberg
Assisted suicide has been an argument over time; if people should be allowed to have the option. This
was the question that was discussed by the supreme court in the cases of Washington v. Glucksberg on
January 8, 1997. This case consisted of Dr. Harold Glucksberg, who is a physician. With four other
physicians and three terminally ill patients. Also helping them was a non profit organization
Compassion in Dying. They all challenged Washington State s ban on assisted suicide. They argued
that assisted suicide and the right to die was a liberty interest protected by the Due Process Clause of
the 14th Amendment. I believe that any person who is in extreme pain and has a terminal illness
should have the option of assisted suicide.
When the supreme court was making the decision in Washington v. Glucksberg case they used the
14th amendment in the constitution to make the decisions on Assisted suicide. The 14th amendment
states All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are
citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any
law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any
State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any
person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. This states fundamental liberty for the
people of the United States. The fundamental
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King Lear Women
In the past, women were perceived as housewives, who were expected to stay home to cook, clean,
and watch the children. In the works of William Shakespeare, women play various roles, whether it be
supporting and central or negating and subtle. In Shakespeare s King Lear, the women are
authoritative figures, who are nearly more dominant than their male counterparts. Goneril, Lear s
eldest daughter, constantly manipulates her life and the lives of others by lying and getting rewarded
and telling the truth and getting punished, which ultimately leads to her death. Having been King of
Britain for a long time, Lear announces his plan to divide his kingdom amongst his three daughters,
intending to give up his jurisdiction and spend the rest of his ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Goneril and Regan, both of whom have lied to their father, inherit half of the kingdom, while
Cordelia, who tells the truth to her father by saying, I love your Majesty / According to my bond, no
more nor less (35), is disowned by her father and left with nothing. By lying, Goneril has imposed a
counterfeit perception of herself to her father, leading to her inheritance of half the kingdom. Lear
believes that Goneril and Regan love him the most, making them see kind and gracious, while they are
actually evil and malicious. Goneril shares her inheritance of half the kingdom with her husband
Albany. But, the relationship between Goneril and Albany is weak, crumbling, distrustful, and full of
hate. Goneril and Albany often have different opinions, which leads to quarrels. Moreover, Goneril
seems to overpower Albany, having more authority and control over the servants and the kingdom.
Disinterested in Albany s love, Goneril pursues a younger and more attractive gentleman Edmund. In
a letter written to Edmund from Goneril, it says: Let our reciprocal vows be remembered. / You have
many opportunities to cut him off: if your / will want not, time and place will be fruitfully offered
(114), which is intercepted by Edgar and delivered wrongfully to Albany. Goneril wants Edmund to
kill her husband, so that they can be together. Goneril tells the truth to Edmund, and it backfires as
Albany finds out about her affair and
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Competitive Strategy and Competitive Advantages
1 Innovation is important because it allows differentiation from competitors, manufacturing is easier
and more flexible, the bar for competition is raised, and there is greater market segmentation. 2 Some
advantages of technological innovation are: a wider range of products and services can be delivered to
people, GDP has increased, people can communicate in every part of the world, the production of food
has become more efficient, and it has yield medical treatments to improve medical conditions. The
quality of life has improved. It has created new knowledge to solve practical problems. Disadvantages
include: harmful pollution to surrounding communities, erosion from fishing and agricultural
technologies, elimination of natural ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
2 Well developed firms are likely to adopt to new technologies instead of developing them because
new technologies does not have a dominant design. Established firms are very familiar with the
dominant design and do not experiment with new technologies. Instead, the established firms focuses
on new knowledge/understanding of existing technologies. It tries to improve products and make
production more efficient. New entrants are eager to experiment with new technologies because they
are introducing something new into the market; they can perhaps build on that to develop market
share. 3 The invention of a laptop with Internet is a radical innovation. It is portable, users can access
internet on the go without wires, and work can be done from anywhere. The laptop is competence
enhancing as it has built the way for other technologies (e.g. tablets). 4 S Curve technology
improvement: in the early stages, the technology is not understood and effort is put into understanding
the technology, when the understanding of the technology is better, improvements are accelerated. The
technology begins to gain legitimacy, more improvements are made and the
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Protagonist Definition Essay
Protagonist the leading character or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or any other
fictional text. A protagonist is sometimes called a hero by the audience or readers.
Antagonist a character that opposes the protagonist or the main character. It is common to call the
antagonist a villain (the bad guy) because they are against the protagonist (the good guy). Sometimes,
an antagonist can exist within the protagonist causing an inner conflict in the mind.
Motif (or unifying device) an object or idea with symbolic meaning that repeats itself throughout
literature. They may come in the form of recurring imagery, language, structure, or contrasts. In a
drama, they might be repeated music, visual components, or physical movements.
Irony ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For example, in a thriller, most readers will feel some sort of suspense, while in dramatic novels, most
readers will get a sense of sentimentality.
Tone the attitude or approach that the author takes towards the main theme or subject. Any emotion
that humans can feel can be an example of tone in literature.
a. Optimistic An optimistic tone is hopeful, cheerful.
b. Pessimistic The character is upset and worried and is sure that things will turn out for the worst.
c. Satirical the mocking tone. It is a way for the author to make fun of characters and their faults. It
makes a powerful person seem less important, or it mocks a person s stupidity. Basically, satire is
refusing to respect silly ideas, and sometimes the person(s) who makes silly ideas.
d. Ambivalent having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone. point of
view the perspective from which a story is narrated. Every story has a perspective, though there can be
more than one type of point of view in literature. The most common points of view used in novels are
first person singular ( I ) and third person ( he and
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Analysis Of The Movie Ironweed By William Kennedy
As a former newspaperman turned American Writer, William Kennedy is known for writing novels in
which incidents and historic movements of his birthplace Albany, New York, are featured. One of
Kennedy s most well known pieces of literature, Ironweed (1983), is the third book in Kennedy s
Albany cycle. Taking place during the Great Depression, the story of Ironweed s protagonist Francis
Phelan, a once major league third baseman, murderer of three, and a drunk, is depicted. Residing in
Albany with his family, a freak accident tore Francis 13 day old son, Gerald, away from him.
Tormented by that horrific event, Francis fled from his family and the ties to the event, being forced to
wander the streets, seeking both nourishment and appeasement from the overbearing guilt plaguing his
soul. After twenty two years of perpetually chasing away his damaged soul, with outbursts of lethal
violence, ignoring all responsibilities and opportunity for honest work; after surviving
malnourishment, frigid temperatures, and alcoholism, Francis finally found rock bottom. At this
realization, Francis decides to return to Albany with hopes of reconciling his actions of the past, and to
rekindle the relationship he once held with his family. His inner thoughts of himself are of disgust,
calling himself a sinner, and one undeserving of happiness. It is for that reason and the years of
running away from himself that Francis finds difficulty in revealing his vulnerable side, often pushing
the
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Diferencia Entre For Y During En Ingls Ks

  • 1. Diferencia Entre For Y During En Ingls Ks 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Diferencia Entre For Y During En Ingls Ks Diferencia Entre For Y During En Ingls Ks
  • 2. Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Paper In this paper, I will be discussing the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM). In addition, I will cover the newly revealed DF 26 ICBM missile. The advancement of China s missile program and nuclear program will discusse. I will also briefly talk about the vehicle on which the DF 26 is carried, and launched. The threat against Guam will be a main topic of this paper. I will also discuss the United Sates Military forces that are located on the island of Guam. China is one of three countries that have organized ICBM systems. The three countries that have an organized ICBM system are United States, China, and Russia. The original designs of the ICBM were part of a race between the United States and the Soviet Union. Both ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This advancement lead to the unveiling of the DF 26 ICBM, it was preceded by the DF 21. The DF 26 was designed to achieve an estimated max range of 5,000 km, 3,400 miles, using a two stage solid fuel system. It is carried on a 12x12 chassis, which has limited cross country capability. This missile can also be equipped with a non nuclear warhead designed for destroying aircraft carriers and destroyers. The only weakness this missile has is the sighting system; it is not as advanced as the missile and makes accuracy only within 100 miles. The DF 26 is being dubbed as the Guam Killer due to the fact that Guam is only 2,500 miles from Beijing. Making the DF 26 a very real threat to Guam and the United States Military located on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Utilitarianism And Virtue Ethics Virtue ethicist may be defined as concepts that emphasize the role of character and virtue in moral theory rather than making difference through action. They emphasis on undertakings that encourages or makes a person more generous or benevolent. According to Aristotle virtue are of two kinds; intellectual virtue which originate from birth and grows from teaching and through experience and time. The second one is moral virtue which comes through human habits especially one that is hard to give up, (Aristotle, 1931). It is important to differentiate this from deontologist which uphold the the concept of doing unto others what you want others to do unto you. Utilitarianism in contrast with virtue ethicist emphases on actions that give the maximum benefit to a large number of people as possible. In Hill s article about ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We can come to the conclusion that we are required to ensure our relationship with the Earth and it s inhabitants is just and they re able to live full, dignified, lives; that we need to ensure our existence as humans is sustainable throughout the future generations to come; that it s an environmental injustice to not reduce our consumption of especially toxic chemicals; and finally, the quality our person in question seems to lack, is the courage to stand up to the fear and powerlessness we might feel towards those violating the previous three virtues. When lacking that virtue, it s important to be reminded that many other people succumb to fear, especially with terrifying new scientific knowledge being released on a regular basis showing our carbon impact as a society. Having the courage just gives individuals and societies the strength to persevere through the harder moments of environmental justice. Having all of these very important virtues means someone s character has the right amount of eudaimonia (Mosser, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Dark Side of Judge Pyncheon in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s... The Dark Side of Judge Pyncheon in Nathaniel Hawthorne s Novel, The House of the Seven Gables People in society live in a masquerade. Everyone wears a decoratively adorned mask that displays beauty, purity, and service. However, behind the mask lies on the inside of all society. One will stop at nothing in order to be well liked, thus becoming hypocrites. In Nathaniel Hawthorne s novel, The House of the Seven Gables, the narrator uses intense diction, a vivid selection of detail, and a shocking tone to reveal that the character of Judge Pyncheon resembles perfection on the outside, yet darker traits sit latent on the inside. The narrator uses intense diction to describe Judge Pyncheon s character as near perfection. He reflects ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pyncheon is always aware of his form as well as his appearance towards others like broad benevolence, and a scrupulous attention to the rich and poor. The narrator suddenly transitions from Judge Pyncheon s admirably arranged life to his early and reckless youth. Nathaniel Hawthorne ultimately describes Pyncheon s looking glass image, his party mask. This hard, cold man can only be brought down by the public loss of interest in him. The intensity of the narrator s diction makes the Judge s contrasting inner and outer characters obvious and blatant. A vivid selection of detail provides perfect evidence to Judge Pyncheon s unsightly hypocrisy. Hawthorne pays close attention to Pyncheon s work life, social world, and conspicuous appearances. At the same time, he elaborates on his wonderful involvement, his pursuing work ethic, and his superb manner and attire towards others. However, it is not the superficial attributes that Hawthorne pays attention to... it is the subliminal side of the Judge that he disregards. What does Judge Pyncheon do in his leisure time when the public eye is not trampling in his world? The Judge s splendid rubbish is only a mere reflection he wants society to witness. Because of the narrator s selection of detail, Judge Pyncheon s secret existence soars to the surface. A shocking and disappointing tone exposes Judge Pyncheon s active and subtle conscience. Hawthorne is loathing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Lupe Fiasco’s Modern Voice Essay History has constantly brought upon leaders and individuals who stands up against the corrupt society he and many others face. Those leaders express their profound thoughts for both him and the many others that are too afraid to speak out. One of the most notorious writers in American history and is known for his transcendental ideals. However, today s society lacks individuals who parallels with Whitman. Lupe Fiasco represents the Modern American voice speaking out against the degrading world society and does so by influencing the public through their appeal of music. He rejects and contrasts from the negative influences of the world and uses his music to contradict those who degrade our society. Born in the west side of Chicago ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the song, Fiasco portrays the manipulation that many are often affected by. He suggests that others should, like him, ignore what others think and act purely on what you believe. Fiasco uses the analogy of slaves to describe the similar effects of losing one s individuality. The experiences one would face if he/she succumbs into the negative influences of others would be similar to that of African American slaves. Because of human nature, jealousy exists amongst every individual and by allowing others to control aspects of your life, he/she will be able harm those dependent variables of one s life. Similarly, Whitman states that one should freely ...give alms to everyone that asks, stand up for the stupid and crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning God, have patience and indulgence toward the people, take off your hat to nothing known or unknown or to any man or number of men, go freely with powerful uneducated persons and with the young and with the mothers of families... (Leaves of Summer, Preface) Whitman again describes the idea of individualism. People fear of the higher power and often let that fear consume them, eventually eliminating the individual s ability to act freely. He implies that people should ignore those circumstances and without ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Publix History What is your favorite place to go and get anything you need? Is it Walmart, Target, or Publix? If so, you ve probably never referred to either of those as a general store. In all actuality, Walmart, Target, and Publix are all predecessors of the 19th and early 20th century general store. With large display windows for all to see the brand new item the store had to offer to the community, a general store was a necessity for all towns. In fact, some towns were even built around the general store. It was such an essential for the community that in 1866 the Cape Cod town of Brewster, Massachusetts converted a church into a general store that is still going today (Fox News, 2012). The general store offered a variety of things to the community and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The general store offered a huge variety of merchandise that people normally couldn t get. Whether it was something they couldn t make, or something that didn t come from around the town (Hays, The General Store , 2012), it was always interesting to people to see just what the general store had. They would get things like medicines, candies, smoking tobacco, and even toiletries like soaps. After a busy week of working on the farm, the mom would pack lunch, and the dad and kids would get ready to head to the general store. They didn t only go to get what they needed for the week, but they also went because it was a special occasion! The kids would walk in and see toys and candies and all sorts of things that, if they were lucky, they might walk out with. Candy was a delicacy, and though it didn t really cost a lot, it wasn t a necessity, thus normally overlooked by the parents. As the mom and the dad would walk around, of course they would see some things that they wanted. Like how the father might want some new tools or the mother would look at glassware (Iowa Pathways, The General ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) Situation A. The Family Medical Leave Act, deals with the laws regarding eligible employees taking off up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave for their child s birth, adopting a child, taking care of an ill family member, or if they themselves have a serious health condition (Vikesland, 2006). In order to be considered an eligible employee, you must work for a company that employs at least fifty people, have worked there for a year and have worked a minimum of 1,250 hours in that year. The employee also has the right to return to the same or equivalent position, pay, and benefits at the conclusion of their leave (Vikesland, 2006). The Family Medical Leave Act is not just to protect employees and look after their interests, but it is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The eligible employees are allowed to have up to twelve weeks of leave, but it is unpaid. However, if the employee has sick time, or vacation leave they have not used then that pay could be applied to their FMLA time off. So, if employee A has stored paid sick, or vacation time, then the manager is required to pay him for the time that he has been gone. If employee A did not have any paid leave to take, then it is considered normal FMLA leave an the manager is not required to pay the employee for any time while gone. So, looking at the situation there has not been a violation of the FMLA. Situation B. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act governs discrimination in the work place for people age forty and older. Under the ADEA, it is unlawful to discriminate against a person because of his/her age with respect to any term, condition, or privilege of employment, including hiring, firing, promotion, layoff, compensation, benefits, job assignments, and training (EEOC, 2008). Because of companies wanting employees that were going to have longevity from their starting point, or wanting to move the younger people up the corporate ladder, something had to be done to protect the rights of the older generation. The ADEA protects those rights; it forces employers to give benefits to employees over forty, it doesn t allow companies to advertise for jobs specifying an age, or age limit, and it does not allow a company to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Pro Mx Racing Research Paper Have guts to fight for your dreams. If people mock them good. That means they re great dreams. (Robin Sharma). Which means if people mock your dreams, then they just wish they had the same dreams. Pro mx racing is a ideal career for one who wants to earn a high salary, work a flexible schedule, and achieve personal fulfillment. Pro mx racers earn an ideal salary. Pro mx racers earn an average of $79,460 annual earnings if paid by an ametuer race team (Corporation CFNC). Earnings vary depending on level of race team employer. The racers make $38.20 hourly and can earn up to $1500 for first out of the gate (Corporation CFNC). On main events riders can earn a bonus of up to $25,000. Ex: Monster Energy Cup ( Redbull Gives You Wings ). Also the riders can earn extra prizes like cars, boats, ect. Sometimes at the monster energy cup supercross main event they will give first place a free toyota, chevy, or ford truck. Racers can also earn sponsors from companies. The companies will give the sponsored rider parts for hid bike, clothes, hats, and gear, basically everything that the sponsor could give. Depending on how good ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The riders usually race every weekend. The races are on saturdays, sundays, and sometimes on fridays. The races last most of the day from early morning to late at night. Sometimes the raes can last into the next morning around 3 am. The riders practice everyday, with practice comes riding the bike. Riding the bike is a main priority. Usually riding on a private track for practice usually lasting 6 or less hours a day. The riders must workout in a gym with private trainers at least 3 to 4 hours a day. The workouts are usually hard and fast paced. Also the riders will have personal trainers that make workout routines for them. The race team will normally choose the trainer for on and off track practice. Sometimes the race team will let the rider choose who trains ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Essay On Mark Twain Mark Twain once stated, Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow mindedness. This quote should let us all know how much travel actually meant to him. In his life, he did a lot of traveling and exploring. From a newspaper apprentice to a pilot Mark Twain lived a rather adventurous life . First, most people think that your childhood can have a pleasant or unpleasant effect on your adulthood. Mark Twain was born Samuel Clemens on November 30, 1835 in the frontier village of Florida, Missouri ( Mark Twain Biography.com ). He spent his boyhood in nearby Hannibal, on the bank of the Mississippi River, observing its busy life, fascinated by its romance, but chilled by the violence and bloodshed it bred.(28 Cox) During his childhood he became exposed to slavery, at one point he actually discovered a body of a drowned slave. At 12, Twain would actually have to drop out of school due to the sudden death of his father John Clemens; he would become a young apprentice ( MarkTwainBiograpgy.com ). Twain wasn t even a teen and basically had to become the man of the house not by choice but basically by force, this more than likely made Twain the hard worker that he was. Next, one could say you should treat every job as if it is actually your career, as if you would be doing it for the rest of your life. Mark Twain had several different jobs. He began work as an apprentice then a compositor with local printers, contributing occasional squibs.(125 MacArthur) At 17 his comic sketch The Dandy ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The most interesting thing about my author is how he traveled the U.S. and a little bit of the world and found jobs mostly every time he moved this stuck with me because apparently, Mark was a workaholic and that is one thing that I can respect, and relate to. The tragedies that he experience such as his brother and father s death make him memorable because he overcame them and that s all that matters at him in my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Summary Of Never Fall Down Pehrnel Poppitz Hr. 3 During the rule of the Khmer Rouge, many innocent people were put through harsh treatment including rape, slavery, and torture. Along with all of these things, many of these Cambodians were killed for being too weak to work or do anything else. Pol Pot, who was the leader at this time, has been estimated at killing around 2,500,000 Cambodians, which is nearly 20% of the population. During the novel it is apparent that the author s purpose is to describe how life was during this time for a young boy named Arn, show how brutal survival was for those who did, and how the Khmer Rouge brainwashed their victims. In the book Never Fall Down , Arn starts off as a lower class kid who does anything he can to make an extra buck. He sells ice cream to kids, but also gambles with adults. However, he shows he doesn t want this money all for himself. After acquiring the money, he buys gifts along with food, for his family to help them live a little better. Soon after, everything changes as the Khmer Rouge take over the town filling them with lies about the Americans bombing them if they don t evacuate. Right away turmoil begins as everyone floods the streets getting out of the city with as much of their belongings as they can carry. For the 12 mile walk, they were given little food making everyone weak. Families were dying on the side of the road from starvation and people began to accept that death was happening. If they were to show any emotion for the people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Lakota Indians Essay Lakota History Throughout North American expansion the Lakota people have suffered some of the worst and straight forward persecutions against Native American Indians, and live in some of the poorest if not the poorest conditions in the United States. This is sad for a people who use to be one of the strongest nations in the Central Plains, feared by white men and other Indian nations alike for their ferocity and warrior abilities in the heat of battle. The Lakota arrived at positions of dominance because of their success in controlling live¬stock, land, trading rights, and people. Wars for conquest were motivated principally by these practical considerations, not driven by aggressive instincts. Their success in this respect rested ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A small band made a diversionary attack on a party of woodcutters from the fort, and Commandant Colonel Henry Carrington quickly ordered Colonel Fetterman to go to their aid with a company of 80 troopers. Crazy Horse and 10 decoy warriors then rode into view of the fort. When Carrington fired an artillery round at them, the decoys ran away as if frightened. The party of woodcutters made it safely back to the fort, but Colonel Fetterman and his men chased after the fleeing Crazy Horse and his decoys, just as planned. The soldiers rode straight into the ambush and were wiped out in a massive attack during which some 40,000 arrows rained down on the misguided troopers.With 81 fatalities, the Fetterman Massacre was the army s worst defeat in the West until the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876. Further Indian attacks eventually forced the army to reconsider its commitment to protecting the Bozeman Trail, and in 1868 the military abandoned the forts and pulled out, and prompted the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868. It was one of only a handful of clear Indian victories in the Plains Indian Wars. Under the Fort Laramie Treaty provisions stated that the Lakota could keep their hunting grounds, their sacred and religious sites which were to include the Black Hills, the United Sates will pay restitution and the Lakota will let settlers pass through their territory and allow the U.S. government to make and maintain a route through their hunting grounds and to not worry about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Three Day Road Analysis The protagonist of Three Day Road comes in the form of Xavier Bird, a taciturn and humble young Cree man who finds himself tossed into the chaos of the Great War; a global phenomenon that turned men into monsters and the land into a place suitable for no man. Through his devotion to his spirituality, refusal to conform to wemistikoshiw ways, and steadfast sense of morality, Xavier manages to maintain his identity throughout the novel. One of Xavier s most notable traits is his devotion to his spirituality. Whereas many men lose faith in their god(s) while fighting the war, Xavier remains fiercely loyal to his Indian Religion , as is specifically noted shortly after the death of Sean Patrick. Whereas Graves and Fat perform Christian acts over ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Throughout the novel, he repeatedly refuses to conform to the ways of the wemistikoshiw. While Xavier and Elijah both face prejudice due to their Native ethnicities, the two respond to it in completely contrasting ways. Whereas Elijah conforms and abandons his Native customs in order to fit in and gain a place amongst the other soldiers, Xavier firmly sticks to his Indian religion and remains unaffected by the pressures put on him by his wemistikoshiw comrades. He refuses to speak English, noting how their tongue is better for lies (Boyden, 51), wears his moccasins more than his army boots, remains loyal to his religious/spiritual beliefs, and expresses general disinterest and criticism in regards to their ways. He notes how he finds their medicine odd and refuses to try morphine until it is forced upon him, how he thinks their gods are entities of violence, etc... The divide between the wemistikoshiw and Natives is further emphasized during the scene in which Elijah knocks over a swallow s nest and kills the three chicks. The Cree have a great respect for nature and animals, so when Xavier is ordered by Breech to sweep out the nest, he predictably refuses. Elijah, on the other hand, grows frustrated by Xavier s refusal, telling him to do it and that it s just a bird (Boyden, 258). By knocking down the nest himself, Elijah reveals that he identifies more with the wemistikoshiw than Cree. In his refusal to carry out orders and knock the nest down, Xavier s devotion to his Native identity and rejection of wemistikoshiw culture is further ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Why Did So Many American Countries Begin To Expand Expansionism was a key component during this time frame, as many countries were battling to take over other countries land or saving the land they had. However, defending countries did not always win these battles due to several causes. Therefore, how did countries begin to expand their land and how did the tactics of using new weaponry and the use of water help these countries expand their land? Countries were going into battle to try to conquer more land, by doing so, if they were victorious they were able to call the land theirs. They would conquer the land by tactics of using the waterways and new weaponry that would give them an efficient way of winning the land. The Europeans used their transoceanic powers, land frontiers powers, and the western states in Americans to expand. The transoceanic powers were important to Britain as they had the most transoceanic gains. Not only did Britain use the water to make advances in other countries to expand, but so did France. France expanded into Algeria, which had caused issues, however, they didn t stop there. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It also helped countries to win battles, therefore, the countries would expand because they won the land. ...the gunboats had ascended the Nile, and now engaged the enemy s batteries on both banks. Rivers such as the Nile allowed the other countries to enter into another country in a hasty manner. This allowed for more of a surprise attack, and the homeland people would not be ready to fight. As the gunboats started silencing forts, it would continue moving up the river to continue their jobs. After the gunboats completed their task of sinking the opponent s boats and silencing the enemy s artillery, the men would come to help the men on land, until a new task came up. Therefore, the use of the waterways and boats allowed the Europeans to defeat the country, and to expand their land in this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Canadian Magazine Globalization Globalization, which is the international integrations of people, economics, and culture, has changed the world. Cultural globalization is a phenomenon by which the experience of everyday life, as influenced by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, reflects a standardization of cultural expressions (Watson 2016, para.1). Many people believe that their culture is under fire by cultural globalization and the birth of the new global village. One such example of this is the case of the Canadian Magazine Dispute of the 1990 s. Canada believes magazines to be an integral part of their culture and media. The Canadian government, in an effort to protect this aspect of its culture, began imposing tariffs on foreign magazines. This began in the 1920 s and in the 60 s began prohibiting split run editions of foreign magazines (The Levin Institute 2016, para.3). In the 90 s, and the boom in information technology, this all came to a head. American publishers began publishing split run editions with some Canadian content. They were printed in Canada via electronic transmission. Canada, who was angered over this loophole and in an effort to protect its magazine industry, raised the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To what extent do you think the government of Canada was pressured to seek to protect its market because of financial interests of the Canadian magazine industry? As I stated in the last question, the Canadian domestic magazine market is considerably small compared to the foreign market. With the heavy push of American magazines due to the information technology boom, I believed that the Canadian magazine publishers were indeed worried that they might be shut out of their market completely especially since so much of the magazine industry seems to have been controlled by foreign publishers. I believe the Canadian publishers probably lobbied hard to ensure their government increased tariffs and taxes on foreign magazines and foreign ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. What Does To His Coy Mistress Mean Analyzing Fiction Paper on To His Coy Mistress In Andrew Marvell s love poem To His Coy Mistress , arguments for sexual freedom are evident as sexual conquest is illustrated by the clever use of thinly veiled sexual innuendo, a pinch of erotic metaphor, and mocking humor. At initial glimpse of the poem s title, one might easily misperceive the objective of the lyric as a whole and immediately assume the worst due to the evolution of terminology over time. When Marvell uses the lexeme mistress , he is referring to the term lover . In modern day terminology, mistress could be interpreted as an individual with whom an affair is occurring . This composition contains several characteristics of a traditional love poem. But, if you analyze deeper into the poem, you may discover that To Coy His Mistress is more of a dramatic monologue. The speaker does all of the talking, which stamps the writing as a monologue. The rhetorician is conversing with his mistress, which defines the lyric as dramatic. Although, as the reader, you may identify with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A sense of urgency is suggested in his tone. Thus, a strong expression of carpe diem is revealed. Had we but world enough, and time (1) is implying that if all of the time in the world was available to them, then his mistress s humble nature would not be a hindrance. Lines 33 40 state that time is indeed running out so, while youth is discernible upon them both and the soul is still willing, they should embrace the desires they have. The poem soon shifts and darkens as it proceeds and the time push and sexual seduction focus moves into the objectionable reaches of decay and decimation. The recognition of death is introduced when Marvell states, But at my back I always hear/ Time s winged chariot hurrying near. . This increases his urgent advances because he knows that once he is below the dirt, all is lost and his conquest has not been ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Cultural Geography Classes My classes are going well so far. I am doing well in English and Cultural Geography. I am doing well in these classes because in English I get everything done on time, like the homework and class assignments. I am also doing well because my vocab quizzes and retakes are helping my grade as well and I am starting to participate and ask more questions. I am proud of my English grade. I will continue to do well in English class by completing all of my work, participating and do my very best to keep succeeding in that class. I am also doing well in Cultural Geography. I am doing well in Cultural Geography because I am prepared for the map quizzes and am starting to participate a lot more and ask questions as well. I am also completing assignments ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Oriental Despotism In Montetesquieu s The Persian Letters The European s mindset by the latter of the third of the 18th century saw that inside each Asian burned the effervescent ember of savagery. Without controlling governance over the people, Europeans believed anarchy would chaotically erupt in Asia. It was believed Asians truly did not have self control without a supreme leader. Oriental despotism is the idea that the societies in Asia have a single totalitarian formed government and without this leadership there would be no order to their society. According to Montesquieu, Asian power is absolutist and held in the hands of one. Everything that could possibly happen is in the merciless hands of the despotism. In Montesquieu s epistolary novel The Persian Letters, he argues for oriental despotism through his two main characters in the story Usbec and Rico. He talks about the economic, political, social and cultural aspects of Persian society that he parallels with oriental despotism. Montesquieu also shows makes his story of the characters into a metaphor of the destruction of oriental despotism. Marx believed in the superiority of the west and the lack of growth in political and economic realms of Asiatic society contributing to the concept of Asian despotism. Finally, Hegel touches on the white man s burden where he uses oriental despotism to explain the child like relationship Europeans had with the savage orients. Montesquieu s Persian Letters shows the reader the innerworkings of how he viewed oriental despotism and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Building And Create Success Inter Organizational Strategies To build and create success inter organizational strategies are used by an organization to reduce uncertainty and manage resource interdependencies in its environment; this in turn will allow an organization the ability to protect and enlarge its organizational domain. An organization s specific environment has to be managed in order to produce the greatest relationships with external stakeholders. There are two basic types of interdependencies that cause uncertainty in the specific environment, those are symbiotic and competitive. Interdependencies can be classified as symbiotic when the outputs of one organization are used as the inputs for another organization; this basically tells us that a symbiotic interdependency will be one ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We understand that an organization ...aims to choose and inter organizational strategy that offers the most reduction in uncertainty for the least loss of control. (Jones, 71). There are two main types of linkage mechanisms, formal and informal, when an organization utilizes a more formal linkage mechanism there is usually more direct coordination and it goes to reason that the coordination is stricter and more explicit conversely when organizations engage in more informal linkage mechanisms there is usually less joint control, and the coordination is less explicit. Organizations have a range of acceptable strategies in which they can choose to manage symbiotic interdependencies; these strategies range from the less formal reputation, and cooptation to the more formal strategic alliance, and mergers and takeovers. Additionally since competition among rivals can threaten the current supply of resources and increase uncertainty within an industry organizations have multiple methods reduce the uncertainty caused by various levels of competition. These strategies also range from less to more formal and can include collusion and cartels, third party linkage mechanisms, strategic alliances, and mergers and takeovers. The two less formal methods for managing symbiotic interdependencies are reputation and cooptation. The least formal and least direct ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Persuasive Essay On Shootings Imagine your next door neighbor owns an AR 15, which he has turned it into an automatic weapon and his excuse is that it s for his safety. Would this make you feel safe? There are more guns in America than there are people and most of those guns are semi automatic weapons. These semi automatic weapons truthfully don t serve any purpose for the average person. Most mass shootings have included some kind of a semi automatic weapon. According to Sach since the ban of 1994, there hasn t really been a strong push to ban semi automatic weapons. The ban did expire in 2004 furthermore was not renewed and since then mass shootings have skyrocketed up. However, some people still try to argue that it s for protection or for hunting or they might say something like Guns don t kill people, people kill people but as Shammas said it s time to retire that saying. From (The Math of Mass Shootings) they say there have been one those forty eight victims killed in mass shootings, not including the shooter, also that that has been one hundred ninety four shooters and two hundred ninety two guns used a majority of them semi automatic weapons. .We know guns aren t getting up and shooting people themselves, but the gun is still being used to harm another person. Also, no person needs an AR 15 for protection which carries 30 bullets and is capable of carrying 100 bullets, which is absurd to believe someone needs this much protection. Gun owners also feel like it s their right to own a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Data Collection Tool Used For Information About Individuals A survey is a process of obtaining information or a general view, examination, or description of something. It is a data collection tool used to gather information about individuals. It has a variety of purposes and can actually be conducted in many ways. One of the ways is by printed questionnaire, over the telephone, by mail, in person, by diskette, or on the web. However, the information is collected through the use of standardized procedures. This is to ensure that every participant is asked the same question in the same way (uniform). It entails asking the participants for information in a structured format. Notably, the participants being surveyed may be representing themselves or their organization depending on what is being asked. They may also focus on factual information about individuals. Generally, surveys are standardized to ensure that they have reliability and validity. This is very important so that the results can be generalized to the entire population. However, this paper will discuss the following questions/concerns based on the survey questionnaire answered: my thought on the length of each survey instrument, my thought on the open minded questions, whether I preferred completing the surveys or open ended questions, which methodology I believe is most useful in the examination of each variable/construct, and how this experience might influence my research design. My Thought on Length of Survey In my thought, the length of each survey ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Symptoms Of The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common complaint in patients seen by the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). Patients that complain of numbness, tingling or pain to the first three fingers and part of the ring finger of the hand are describing CTS. The patient may also complain of weakness to the affected hand. In patients that have experiences these symptoms chronically, there may also be muscle wasting to the thenar eminence near the base of the thumb (Dunphy, Winland Brown, Porter, Thomas, 2015). The typical patient that has symptoms of CTS is a pregnant or middle aged female as women are more likely than men to for CTS. Typically, the symptoms worsen at night and the patient may be wakened from sleep by wrist or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The symptoms of pain, numbness, tingling or weakness are the result of the inflammatory process within the carpal tunnel that leads to compression of the median nerve. The compression and resulting impingement of the median nerve results in ischemia. The ischemia leads to the symptoms of numbness, tingling, pain and weakness of the hand and/or forearm. The FNP should inspect the wrist and hands of the patient with symptoms of CTS, looking for skin color and temperature changes, deformities and muscle wasting. The active and passive range of motion (ROM) of the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists and fingers should be accessed. Muscle strength should be assessed at the shoulder, elbow, wrist and fingers. Spurling s test for cervical radiculopathy should be performed. A plain x ray can be ordered by the FNP if ROM of the wrist is limited. The FNP should also assess capillary refill of the fingers (Dunphy, Winland Brown, Porter, Thomas, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Informative Speech On Jet Lag Topic: Jet Lag Specific Purpose: to inform my audience about Jet lag. Central Idea: Today, I want to inform you about Jet Lag. First, what is Jet Lag, and how is it caused. Second, what are some of the common symptoms of Jet Lag. Third, what are some ways that can help prevent Jet Lag. INTRODUCTION Attention getter: By a raise of hands how many of you have ever traveled by airplane out of the country and have experienced Jet Lag? Relevance to audience: If you raised your hand and for those of you who didn t. I am here too share what jet lag is and how you can overcome it. Credibility material: As your classmate, I know what it is like to experience Jet Lag being in the military I have experienced first hand what it means to travel from ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jet Lag is according to Mayoclinc.com, is caused by a disruption of your circadian body rhythms. Jet Lag can occur any time you travel by airplane across two or more time zones. During this time, your bodies internal clock changes your sleep and wake cycles (Mayoclinc.com, para.5 ). 4. In addition, jet lag can be caused by changes in airline cabin pressure and atmosphere (mayoclinc.com, para.5). (Link: What are some of the common symptoms of Jet Lag). II. Now that you understand what exactly jet lag is, and how it is caused. I want to share with you some of the common symptoms of Jet Lag. 1. The first symptoms that is common of jet lag is disturbed sleep such as, being super tired or experiencing insomnia (Mayoclinic.com, para.6). 2. The second most common symptom is extreme fatigue that can cause an individual to struggle with concentrating on basic tasks that they are used to (Mayoclinc.com, para.7). C. When I was in the military I can completely agree that disturbed sleep is one of the first symptoms of jet lag. 1. When I first started out in the military being sleep deprived affected my ability to function and do basic military ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Activity-Based Costing ( ABC ) Essay Activity Based Costing ACTIVITY BASED COSTING AND MANAGEMENT : AN OVERVIEW Activity Based Costing (ABC) is more relevant than traditional costing in companies, where product mix is diverse in; batch sizes, physical sizes, degree or complexity, and raw material characteristics. ABC will also provide more decision useful information for the service industry, characterized by diversity in range of services provided. If the products in a plant or services provided posses similar characteristics, wither volume based or an activity based cost driver will provide reasonably accurate costs. The strategic goal of ABC is to provide decision useful cost and profitability information for optimal pricing decisions, appropriate product mix, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The level at which activities are analysed can vary widely from the very aggregate to the very detailed. The level of detail should be matched to the level of analysis required to improve the decision making within the organisation. Even within a single organisation, the level of detail can very from one part of the analysis to another, excessive detail will bog down the project and not provide any material benefit to the analysis. Too little detail will obscure the meaningful results that could be achieved. The usefulness of an ABC analysis can be further enhanced by including a value analysis of every activity. When constructing an ABC model, activity costs can be either traced directly to a cost objects. Examples of enabling activities include paying employees and supporting PC users . We can then generate reports for these activities in various formats that show both the direct resources as well as those supports activities that form part of the total cost. Reports generally list the activities from highest cost to lowest cost. Management can then evaluate these activity costs in terms of whether they are too high, too low, or in the expected range. This is again a focusing mechanism for management in evaluating it ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Vitamins Requirements Three criteria that must be met in order for something to qualify as a vitamin it must meet the following requirements. 1. must be an indispensable, potent, and noncaloric organic compound 2. must be needed only in very small amounts in the diet 3. must perform both specific and individual functions that promote growth or reproduction, or to maintain good health and prolong life. Two major categories of vitamins are fat soluble (A, D, E, and K) and water soluble (B and C). State a specific role for each of the following Vitamins: A) Vitamin A, B) niacin, C) Vitamin K, and, D) Vitamin D E) B2 riboflavin. A. Vitamin A maintains epithelial tissue integrity, skin health, is critical to bone growth and repair, and contributes to vision in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Vitamin K promotes blood clotting and serves as an essential component for prothrombin formation within the liver. D. Vitamin D promotes the absorption and metabolism of both calcium and phosphorus. This is essential for both bones and teeth and may be synthesized within the skin. E. B2 riboflavin The energy content of food and the expenditure of energy by the body are measured in units called Calories. Define the term calorie with a small c , and relate this term to large C Calories also known as Food Calories or kilocalories. State how many Calories are contained in each pound of stored body fat. Calorie with a small c is defined as the amount of energy (or heat) required in order to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree Celsius. Calorie with a big C is the amount of heat or energy required in order to increase the temperature of 1000 grams of water by 1 degree Celsius. So, 1 Calorie is 1000 calories. Calories (big C ) are used to measure the calories (small c ) within food. Fat is considered the primary storage form of energy within the body, and 3500 kilocalories are stored in each pound of body fat that is stored. Define the term basal metabolic rate , and contrast that with total metabolic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Into The Great Wide Open Poem Summary ¨A rebel without a clue¨, straight out of highschool doesn t know what to do but knows he ll be ok with the endless possibilities that Hollywood has to offer. Eddie, a 18 year old rebel straight out of highschool moves to hollywood in spite of a new life or a fresh start doing music and having a great time. Into The Great Wide Open a poem written by Tom Petty about a young adult Eddie a 18 year old rebel on a path to change his life and start new with fame and money but it takes a downfall that he doesn t know about. The story of Eddie Into The Great Wide Open is about Eddie and the journey he has begun by himself and the upsets and downfalls of Eddie our protagonist. The way the poem/ story of Eddie starts is how he waits for highschool to be over when it s over he moves out to Hollywood where he gets a tattoo and then meet a girl there with a tattoo as well. Him and this girl barely know each other yet they start dating and get an apartment together which they both can afford. His first job in Hollywood is as a bouncer at a nightclub and earns a little money from there on. Then one day his girlfriend taught him some guitar chords and he started to play songs under profile then one day he got a agent and a roadie named Bart that helped him make a record that hits the charts. He made it big he was getting money going to parties meeting movie stars then as he was making what seemed to be his second record his A R man said i don t hear a single and that s when things ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Feminist Criticism Of Disney Disney is known for playing a large part in the development of children. Children idolize the company and its characters. And while the children are more than likely unaware of it, Disney helps to construct a sense of morality, creativity, and imagination. Although these are certainly positive attributes that build a strong foundation for a child to flourish, there are critics out there who argue that there are controversial issues buried deep within the films. One of the largest conflicts critics come across is the portrayal of Disney s villains. From the time Snow White came out in 1937 up until the release of Frozen in 2013, there had been severe concerns with the representation of women within the films and even some of the men. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Finally, I will address the conflicting view that anti feminism is apparent within Disney s villains. Particular Disney villains remain shallow and sexist and it is irrefutable. In discussions of Disney, a highly controversial issue is the portrayal of the villains within the animated princess films. Specifically, the idea of what is good is beautiful has been shown to influence young girls and boys in various studies and it is problematic (Silvestri). With society evolving and becoming more open to discussing controversial issues, people are more susceptible to creating their own judgments and critiques. Not only have the movies with female disney villains been useful in research, but those starring male villains have contributed to the argument as well. Numerous critics have researched and revealed information about Disney and their villains, both male and female, that reveals different______ The portrayal of Disney villains reveals stereotypes rooted in society that are caused by lookism which may persuade children to partake in this type of discrimination. For example, each Disney villain was created to be unattractive according to society s standards, dictating those who look like them as immoral people. Today s beauty standards for women consists of things like being young, thin, having long and flowing hair, and even wearing certain makeup. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Profit Vist Non Profit Introduction Whenever looking at financials, a certain level of accountability and understanding is needed to be able to have great measurability of success. That is the case for any individual especially when applying this thought of rational to a business or corporation even more accountability, understanding, and most importantly precision are needed to successfully bring in as well as continue financial sustainability. When dealing within a corporation there are many levels to adhere to within the financial everyday aspects of the corporation being ran with precision. So what happens when an organization is not ran financially like a corporation yet deals with almost the same kind of aspects? A non profit organization can be one ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So how can that definition be taken in? Is a non profit organization just a business trying to avoid paying taxes? That could be the case though let us delve a little deeper. Recognizing Non Profit Organizations Taking a look at non profit organizations will breed a sense of familiarity. Five of the most known and recognizable non profits are National Public Radio (NPR), United Nations Children s Fund (UNICEF), Human Rights Watch (HRW), Wiki Leaks, and Green Peace. These are all organizations we have come across with familiarity, with maybe the exception of Green Peace. As any avid listener of National Public Radio I can attest to the programs being run on the basis of callers calling in and pledging donations to help keep certain programs as well as the station afloat. Some of these other organizations are also based upon donation interaction, however, to label their financial situation as strictly donation base would be an ignorant train of thought. All of these organizations do a great job acquiring revenue to help the operation of the organization. Financial Stability Being financially stable is an issue of any organization or corporation. This is an issue touched on by Padilla, Staplefoote, and Morganti as they state the following the definition of financial sustainability may ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Fudgy Chocolate Brownies Answers Fudgy Chocolate Brownies Ingredients 1 sugar 6 tablespoons cocoa powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 large egg 2/3 cup all purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 3 tablespoons water 1/4 cup vegetable oil Instructions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and lightly grease an 8 x 8 pan. Set aside. 2. Combine all ingredients into a bowl and stir until mixed. 3. Pour batter into greased pan and bake for 20 minutes. 4. Let cool and cut into squares to serve. Pistachio Fudge Ingredients 1/2 cup of shelled, unsalted pistachios 10 tablespoons unsalted butter 6 ounces dark chocolate 4½ cups sugar 7 ounces sweetened condensed milk Pinch of salt Instructions 1. Line an 8 x 8 square baking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Tonpa Alternate Ending Hey I m Tonpa, your new this year aren t you? said a short chubby dude with a large nose. Yeah. I mumbled. Here, as a welcoming gift. He said while holding out a can of juice. It s a good thing he can t see my face because of the cloak I was wearing. He would probably see the bloodlust in my eyes. No I don t want any of your juice. I said in a disgusted tone. Are you sure it will probably be a while when the next time you can have something to drink. he said uncertain. I said no! as I smacked the can of juice out of his grubby hands. Everyone s eyes turned over to the yelling girl and a can of juice now on the ground. I grit my teeth and take a sharp breath. I said sorry. and slowly walked away. I finally found a spot to just ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thank you, my name is Gon, this is Kurapika. He said pointing to the blonde one. And that s Leorio. He gestured to the man wearing the suit. Hey, are there any others who have taken the exam a bunch of times like you? Gon asked curiously. Well I m the most experienced but there are a few others. For instance, applicant two hundred and fifty five, Todo, the wrestler. On the other side there s applicant one hundred and three, Bourbon, the snake charmer. And then there s number one hundred and ninety one, Bodoro, the kung fu master. Then you have the three brothers, Amori, Imori, and Umori. And number three hundred and eighty four, Gerreta, the huntsman. There are many more but they are the ones that have done it the most. Tonpa said. When all of the sudden a guys scream brought my attention else where. What I saw seemed unreal, the guys arms were disintegrating and turning into flower petals. The guy standing in front of him was very creepy looking. He had red hair and yellow eyes, there was a pink star under his right eye and a blue tear drop under his left. He was wearing a jester ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Netflix vs. Blockbuster Introduction Blockbuster opened in 1985 and in its first 20 years of business, the movie rental giant opened 9.100 stores in 25 countries (Laudon, 2007, p. 121). Netflix launched in 1998 using a new business model and became Blockbusters biggest threat. The paradigm shift in the rental industry from having to travel to a store and rent a movie to being able to have a movie delivered to your mailbox changed the way people think about media entertainment. The next shift will be having the technology to download movies and shows directly to a television. Analysis Blockbuster and Netflix are using two different information system strategies. Blockbuster, which is a traditional retail store with a physical location focused on creating ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Alternatives One of the biggest information technology hurdles that Blockbuster has to overcome is the two separate systems dividing the online service and the physical stores. While not as convenient as being able to order a movie from the comfort of your home and having it upload on the TV, if Blockbuster integrates the two systems it will be an advantage to the overall strategy. Microsoft and Netflix have unveiled a partnership under which Netflix will stream movies directly to consumers through Microsoft s Internet based Xbox Live service (McDougall, 2008). This strategy goes along with Netflix s original agenda: to increase customer convenience. Anyone who is a Netflix subscriber and has an Xbox will be able to stream movies in the company library. This service should launch in the autumn of 2008. Closing While Blockbuster is trying to remain true to its origins and keep its core competence of a physical video rental store, the future seems to be in the roles of companies able to cater to consumer s busy life styles and need for convenience. Netflix, along with Apple and video on demand, is working to make ordering movies and TV shows as simple and fast as possible. Blockbuster needs to create a strategy that keeps at the front of the movie rental technology if it doesn t want to lose customers to the convenience of not having to leave their homes. Appendix Laudon, K. C., Laudon J. P. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Harriet Stoowe Research Paper Katherine Waldner Waldner 1 ELA 4th Hour Mrs.Haibon February 12, 2018 Harriet Beecher Stowe Have you ever heard of Harriet Stowe? Harriet was a Social Activist, author, teacher and supporter of the Underground Railroad. She wrote one of the most influential books in history, that made an enormous impact on civil rights. Harriet Beecher Stowe was born June 14, 1811 in Litchfield Connecticut. Her mother was Roxana Beecher and her father was Lyman Beecher. Harriet had eleven siblings. Eight brothers Henry, Edward, Charles, Thomas, William, James, George, Frederick, and 3 sisters Mary, Isabella and Catharine. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Analysis Of Stack-On Gun Safe guns provide not only proper organization but also security and safety to your precious collection. They keep the guns protected from theft and disasters. Additionally, they prevent accidents and misuse. One of the highly recommended safety units today is the Stack On Gun Safe. This product line came from a company that manufactures tool storage systems. However, why should you choose this brand over other brands? High Level of Theft Protection Stack On units are designed to be theft proof. These appliances have great theft barrier and their walls are durable enough to protect their contents. Depending on the model of safes you choose, the box can provide order as it allows storage of ammunition, rifles, handguns and shotguns. These boxes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Psy 230 Week 8 Life Lab Life Lab 8 Of the many techniques people use to reduce stress, yoga is among one of the more popular. Although some may believe that effects of yoga are merely physical, there is research that suggests that yoga has direct impacts on one s mental state. According to Forbes, in addition to the benefits on the heart and blood flow, yoga helps release dopamine and gaba and serotonin (Walton, 2012). All of these are known to create feeling of happiness in a person (K. W. Brown, personal communication, Sept. 7). For this lab, I decided I would try yoga for myself to test the results. The type of yoga I attempted is vinyasa yoga, which focuses on breathing and movement. Some of the moves were a little difficult to me, as I am none the most balanced ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Role Horses And Steel Played In Pizarro s Conquest Of The... 1. Explain the role horses and steel played in Pizarro s conquest of the Incan Empire. Pizarro was able to conquer the Incan Empire by frightening the natives with things they had never seen. Because the Incans had never before seen horses, they did not know how to react. During the initial ambush against the Incas, horses were used to topple the litter that was carrying the Incan Emperor, Atahuallpa, before capturing him. The Spanish troops also ran over the Incans, killing and injuring many. Simerly, 2. Explain the role that smallpox played in Pizarro s victory. Be sure to include events that occurred before he even arrive in Peru. Smallpox helped Pizarro conquer the Incan Empire because it divided them. Before Pizarro arrived ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some people, like Mansa Musa, already had fame and money, while others, like Marco Polo, wanted it, and others still lusted for it. Marco Polo s journey to China would have surely brought him great riches, as we see that the Polos became concerned that if Kublai ... were to die, they might not be able to take the wealth they had acquired ... out of the country . Also, Marco Polo s book, The Travels of Marco Polo, was widely popular, bringing him fame. Mansa Musa also had a lot of money and fame because he had the ruler of over 500 million people. He was so rich, that he was able to give away 100 camel loads of gold. He would have had a lot more money at home. Also, by carrying out the hajj in such an immense scale, not only would he have fame from his subjects, his fame would spread to the other Muslims on the hajj, and also have caught the attention of European rulers. Finally, the Spaniards also wanted fame and money, but took extreme steps. For example, Spaniards wanted to convert the Incas to Christianity, thinking that if they did, they would get fame back at home among the public and the Church. However, when the Incas refused, the Spanish slaughtered them and got fame for winning even though they were vastly outnumbered. They received enough gold to fill a room 22 x 17 x 8 in ransom money when they held Atahuallpa ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Phaedo Research Paper Phaedo One of the final discussions that Socrates goes of is the journey people take after death. When Socrates takes on this philosophical topic it leads into the description of the soul. In the book, Plato Five Dialogues, translated by G. M. A Grube, Phaedo gives an account of this discussion. Now the question that we want to discuss is, what is the soul according to the Phaedo ? What makes this a hard question is that Socrates never directly answers this question. Although, according to the account that the Phaedo provides, this paper will argue that the soul is the source/essence of true knowledge. To show this, we will go over three different ideas. First we will go over how the soul and the body are separate. Second we will go over ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The reason that this is important is because it shows that the soul has all pure knowledge and when we are born we just forget it until something reminds us of that piece of knowledge. Socrates explains this by using an example of seeing something that reminds a person of a different thing. The example that Socrates uses is the example of sticks and stones. One person may think that a stick or stone look equal, but another person may view them as unequal. This is important because the sticks and stones may not be equal, but we are reminded of equality even though there is no equality we have the idea of the true form of equality. Phaedo states, We must then possess knowledge of the Equal before that time when we first saw the equal objects and realized that all these objects strive to be like the equal but are deficient in this (Pg. 113). Socrates explains that this knowledge had to come from somewhere and it must have been in a past life. These arguments show us that that Socrates thought that the soul is the source or essence of true knowledge. Even though Socrates does not directly answer the question of what the soul is we can see that he considers the soul is the source or essence of true ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Roadside Memorials Essay Roadside memorials are seen on the side of a street or highway often times after the passing of a loved one in a car accident. While a grave marks where a body is finally laid, the roadside memorial marks the last place where a person was alive. The memorial is usually kept up by family and close friends and is decorated with flowers, messages, and a cross or plaque. However, often times controversial, these families believe that their moral authority to remember a loved one trumps any governmental regulations set in place. While they have been recently popping up throughout the Western world, they do demonstrate cultural norms through the materials left behind at the memorial site; often times, they replicate structures similar to ones ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Roadside memorials often times do this because civil and governmental bodies do not allow the memorials to take place. Governmental authorities view the road as a public space and it is their duty to ensure that the roads are safe and can view erected memorials as potential distractions to drivers. There are civil bodies that allow them appear but only when they are regulated. However, to some families, these limited memorials are not accurate representations of their feelings and how they want to honor the deceased loved ones. Within the past five decades, numerous things have perpetuated this change from the conventional into the newly popular roadside commemorative methods. Whether it was the counter culture and civil rights movement of the 1960 s or the gradual distrust in government, more people feels as if their moral authority trumps governmental superintended rules. Although civil bodies want to confine the size and amount of time a memorial is up for, the grieving families do not see the purpose of having such restrictions. In some ways, these memorials can be seen as a performance focus for those who visit. Although there are not literal stage performers with music and lights, the way the memorials are carried out reflects those who died and the ones he or she is survived by. The focus of these shrines is to commemorate a fallen loved one or friend. While memorials are commonly adorned with pictures and personal items, the way ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Freak The Mighty By Rodman Philbrick Catie Giffen 3rd draft E.L.A 7.1 11/6/14 Freak the Mighty Leo Buscaglia says A single rose can be my garden... a single friend, my world. In the book Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick, Max is the main character who has a single friend, Kevin. Kevin is the other main character and Max is his whole world. This is a story, about an unlikely friendship between two boys who are outcasts. Their friendship begins when Kevin first moves in down the street and Max sneaks around trying to watch Kevin. When they first meet, Max thinks Kevin is going to try to kill him but then, Max discovers that Kevin is joking. At first Max feels stupid around Kevin but then Kevin teaches Max to feel good about himself which helps their friendship grow. Even in school, Kevin teaches Max to feel confident. Throughout the story, Kevin has a greater impact on the character Max. Kevin has a greater impact on Max because Kevin and Max share adventures, such as rescuing the robot bird which starts to build their friendship then getting ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Maxs father has kidnapped him, after Max tries to stop him from killing Loreta his dad tries to kill him. In this scene Kevin has come to save Max from his father. I m in this far away place, falling backwards real slow and dreamy, when I hear a window breaking. Then a small faraway voice is saying put your hands up villain, and I really am falling and the air is coming back into my lungs so fast it hurts... I m warning you, he says in fierce bold way he has. (130 131). This shows that Kevin is a trust worthy friend and that he will always be there. In this case being a trust worthy friend means that Kevin is there to help Max even in a very dangerous situation. Kevin has stuck by Max even when it was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Irony In The Emperor s New Clothes The literary element of irony is perfectly demonstrated in the short story, The Emperor s New Clothes. This tale opens by introducing a markedly vain emperor who is later fooled by a couple of con artists. The two tricksters convince the emperor that they can tailor an outfit so magnificent and extraordinary that it appears invisible to those ...who [are] too stupid or too incompetent to appreciate its quality (Anderson). The emperor, being intrigued, supplies the two men with many valuable materials and requests for them to fabricate such a suit for him. Unwilling to look idiotic or incompetent both the emperor and his subjects pretend to be enamored with the invisible, ostensibly beautiful, garment. Nearing the end of the story the emperor decides to adorn his outfit publically so all can appreciate his new clothes. It is not until a mere child points out that the emperor is naked that the emperor and his subordinates become disenchanted with the lie peddled by the two frauds, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lovecraft is a tale which preserves this fact. During the beginning of the second chapter in this five chapter short story, the main protagonist boards a bus commandeered by a malformed man with large feet, scaly skin, and unblinking blue eyes. As he makes his lone journey towards Innsmouth, the main character takes note of how increasingly empty and bleak the scenery becomes. He first does this by establishing a juxtaposition between the warm and sunny day with the desolate landscape around him (Lovecraft). The road leading into to the town of Innsmouth is rather barren and devoid of life, offering only the sight of sedge grass, and stunted shrubbery (Lovecraft). After crossing a few crude wooden bridges the bus finally arrives at its predetermined destination (Lovecraft). It is at this point that the protagonist describes the true essence of this abhorrent, nautical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Supreme Court Case Of Washington V. Glucksberg Assisted suicide has been an argument over time; if people should be allowed to have the option. This was the question that was discussed by the supreme court in the cases of Washington v. Glucksberg on January 8, 1997. This case consisted of Dr. Harold Glucksberg, who is a physician. With four other physicians and three terminally ill patients. Also helping them was a non profit organization Compassion in Dying. They all challenged Washington State s ban on assisted suicide. They argued that assisted suicide and the right to die was a liberty interest protected by the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment. I believe that any person who is in extreme pain and has a terminal illness should have the option of assisted suicide. When the supreme court was making the decision in Washington v. Glucksberg case they used the 14th amendment in the constitution to make the decisions on Assisted suicide. The 14th amendment states All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. This states fundamental liberty for the people of the United States. The fundamental ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. King Lear Women In the past, women were perceived as housewives, who were expected to stay home to cook, clean, and watch the children. In the works of William Shakespeare, women play various roles, whether it be supporting and central or negating and subtle. In Shakespeare s King Lear, the women are authoritative figures, who are nearly more dominant than their male counterparts. Goneril, Lear s eldest daughter, constantly manipulates her life and the lives of others by lying and getting rewarded and telling the truth and getting punished, which ultimately leads to her death. Having been King of Britain for a long time, Lear announces his plan to divide his kingdom amongst his three daughters, intending to give up his jurisdiction and spend the rest of his ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Goneril and Regan, both of whom have lied to their father, inherit half of the kingdom, while Cordelia, who tells the truth to her father by saying, I love your Majesty / According to my bond, no more nor less (35), is disowned by her father and left with nothing. By lying, Goneril has imposed a counterfeit perception of herself to her father, leading to her inheritance of half the kingdom. Lear believes that Goneril and Regan love him the most, making them see kind and gracious, while they are actually evil and malicious. Goneril shares her inheritance of half the kingdom with her husband Albany. But, the relationship between Goneril and Albany is weak, crumbling, distrustful, and full of hate. Goneril and Albany often have different opinions, which leads to quarrels. Moreover, Goneril seems to overpower Albany, having more authority and control over the servants and the kingdom. Disinterested in Albany s love, Goneril pursues a younger and more attractive gentleman Edmund. In a letter written to Edmund from Goneril, it says: Let our reciprocal vows be remembered. / You have many opportunities to cut him off: if your / will want not, time and place will be fruitfully offered (114), which is intercepted by Edgar and delivered wrongfully to Albany. Goneril wants Edmund to kill her husband, so that they can be together. Goneril tells the truth to Edmund, and it backfires as Albany finds out about her affair and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Competitive Strategy and Competitive Advantages 1 Innovation is important because it allows differentiation from competitors, manufacturing is easier and more flexible, the bar for competition is raised, and there is greater market segmentation. 2 Some advantages of technological innovation are: a wider range of products and services can be delivered to people, GDP has increased, people can communicate in every part of the world, the production of food has become more efficient, and it has yield medical treatments to improve medical conditions. The quality of life has improved. It has created new knowledge to solve practical problems. Disadvantages include: harmful pollution to surrounding communities, erosion from fishing and agricultural technologies, elimination of natural ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2 Well developed firms are likely to adopt to new technologies instead of developing them because new technologies does not have a dominant design. Established firms are very familiar with the dominant design and do not experiment with new technologies. Instead, the established firms focuses on new knowledge/understanding of existing technologies. It tries to improve products and make production more efficient. New entrants are eager to experiment with new technologies because they are introducing something new into the market; they can perhaps build on that to develop market share. 3 The invention of a laptop with Internet is a radical innovation. It is portable, users can access internet on the go without wires, and work can be done from anywhere. The laptop is competence enhancing as it has built the way for other technologies (e.g. tablets). 4 S Curve technology improvement: in the early stages, the technology is not understood and effort is put into understanding the technology, when the understanding of the technology is better, improvements are accelerated. The technology begins to gain legitimacy, more improvements are made and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Protagonist Definition Essay Protagonist the leading character or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or any other fictional text. A protagonist is sometimes called a hero by the audience or readers. Antagonist a character that opposes the protagonist or the main character. It is common to call the antagonist a villain (the bad guy) because they are against the protagonist (the good guy). Sometimes, an antagonist can exist within the protagonist causing an inner conflict in the mind. Motif (or unifying device) an object or idea with symbolic meaning that repeats itself throughout literature. They may come in the form of recurring imagery, language, structure, or contrasts. In a drama, they might be repeated music, visual components, or physical movements. Irony ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, in a thriller, most readers will feel some sort of suspense, while in dramatic novels, most readers will get a sense of sentimentality. Tone the attitude or approach that the author takes towards the main theme or subject. Any emotion that humans can feel can be an example of tone in literature. a. Optimistic An optimistic tone is hopeful, cheerful. b. Pessimistic The character is upset and worried and is sure that things will turn out for the worst. c. Satirical the mocking tone. It is a way for the author to make fun of characters and their faults. It makes a powerful person seem less important, or it mocks a person s stupidity. Basically, satire is refusing to respect silly ideas, and sometimes the person(s) who makes silly ideas. d. Ambivalent having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone. point of view the perspective from which a story is narrated. Every story has a perspective, though there can be more than one type of point of view in literature. The most common points of view used in novels are first person singular ( I ) and third person ( he and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Analysis Of The Movie Ironweed By William Kennedy As a former newspaperman turned American Writer, William Kennedy is known for writing novels in which incidents and historic movements of his birthplace Albany, New York, are featured. One of Kennedy s most well known pieces of literature, Ironweed (1983), is the third book in Kennedy s Albany cycle. Taking place during the Great Depression, the story of Ironweed s protagonist Francis Phelan, a once major league third baseman, murderer of three, and a drunk, is depicted. Residing in Albany with his family, a freak accident tore Francis 13 day old son, Gerald, away from him. Tormented by that horrific event, Francis fled from his family and the ties to the event, being forced to wander the streets, seeking both nourishment and appeasement from the overbearing guilt plaguing his soul. After twenty two years of perpetually chasing away his damaged soul, with outbursts of lethal violence, ignoring all responsibilities and opportunity for honest work; after surviving malnourishment, frigid temperatures, and alcoholism, Francis finally found rock bottom. At this realization, Francis decides to return to Albany with hopes of reconciling his actions of the past, and to rekindle the relationship he once held with his family. His inner thoughts of himself are of disgust, calling himself a sinner, and one undeserving of happiness. It is for that reason and the years of running away from himself that Francis finds difficulty in revealing his vulnerable side, often pushing the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...