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Essay Becoming A Police OfficerEssay Becoming A Police Officer
Judicial Selection Process
Introduction In the United States, each state has its own rules and laws that govern for the
citizens residing in the particular state. Then there are laws that the country has that every
United States resident has to follow and abide by. The same goes for those in official roles such
as police officers, lawyers, judges etc. In this body of work, the topic of Judicial Selection
Process will be examined. The court types, the qualifications that judges need to meet, as well as
the election process for the individuals who want to serve as an official for the states discussed.
Keywords: judges, elections, official, laws, courts Judicial Selection Process: Florida The judicial
selection process in the state of Florida goes as follows:... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In Illinois, the courts are comprised of the Appellate Division, the Circuit Court and the
Supreme Court. These judges are chosen in a partisan election and in order to retain their
position have to go through a nonpartisan election and receive at least 60% of the votes to retain
their position. Both Supreme and Appellate Judges serve a ten year term and Circuit Court
Judges serve a six year term. The Judicial Nominating Commission is not used in the state of
Illinois. The qualifications needed to be a judge in the state of Illinois is to be a U.S. Citizen,
district resident, and licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois. (Methods of Judicial
Selection: Illinois, n.d.) Comparison: Florida v. Illinois In Florida, in order for you to be a
judge, you have to have at least 10 years experience as a practicing lawyer in the state for both
Supreme and District Judges and at least five years for Circuit Court Judges, you have to be
qualified elector, state resident of the county you are running in; as well as agree to the mandatory
retirement at the age of 70. Whereas in
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Balance Sheet and Points
1. A NSF check should appear in which section of the bank reconciliation? (Points : 2) Addition to
the balance per books. Deduction from the balance per bank. Addition to the balance per bank.
Deduction from the balance per books.|
2. A consequence of separation of duties is that (Points : 2) theft by employees becomes
impossible. operations become extremely inefficient because of constant training of employees.
more employees will need to be bonded. theft is still possible when several employees are involved.|
3. Which of the following is not included in the cash disbursements section of a cash budget?
(Points : 2) Payments for materials. Payments ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Creates a claim against the maker for the amount of principal only. Is one that is not paid in full
within 10 days of maturity.|
14. The following information is related to December 31, 2011 balances.
During 2012 sales on account were $145,000 and collections on account were $86,000. Also,
during 2012 the company wrote off $8,000 in uncollectible accounts. An analysis of outstanding
receivable accounts at year end indicated that bad debts should be estimated at $54,000. The
change in the cash realizable value from the balance at 12/31/11 to 12/31/12 was (Points : 2)
$50,000 increase. $59,000 increase. $42,000 increase. $51,000 increase.|
15. If a company sells its accounts receivables to a factor (Points : 2) the seller pays a
commission to the factor. the factor pays a commission to the seller. there is a gain on the sale of
the receivables. the seller defers recognition of sales revenue until the account is collected.|
16. The face value of a note refers to the amount (Points : 2) that can be received if sold to a
factor. borrowed plus interest received at maturity from the maker. at which the note receivable is
recorded. remaining after a service charge has been deducted.|
17. Net credit sales for the month are $900,000. The accounts receivable balance is $180,000. The
allowance is calculated as 5% of the receivables balance
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Writing A Rhetorical Analysis On My Service Learning s...
We ve made it to our fourth stop, the snowy mountain of EWP Outcome #4! The aim of this
outcome is to develop flexible strategies for revising, editing, and proofreading writing. I believe
that my first and third short assignment, and the second major paper will be able to demonstrate
my ability to pull from given feedback by instructor and peers to successfully revise in order to
produce effective works.
1. The writing demonstrates substantial and successful revision.
After receiving the feedback for my first short assignment, I realized that were a lot of revision
that needed to be done. For the first short assignment, I was required to write a rhetorical analysis
on my service learning s organization website. While I did provide a strong claim which was the
purpose of the website is to introduce the organization to the community as a well established
agency that helps Asian immigrants with numerous programs, services and advocacy2.The writing
responds to substantive issues raised by the instructor and peers, I failed to relate it to the website s
usage of rhetorical appeals. In order to produce an effective piece, I decided to revise my work
but relating the rhetorical appeals to my original claim, and by providing a more detailed analysis
on how they relate. As an example, in my original submission, I only wrote The overall appearance
of the website aims to give off an air of professionalism and maturity without providing any further
explanation. After a
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World War 1 Turning Point Essay
World War 1 or the Great War was a turning point for war in itself and for the people s view of it.
Before war was something to be celebrated but the creation of machine guns, gasses, and other
horrible creations of the 1910s made war something to be feared by everyone. The assassination of
Austrian Prince Archduke Ferdinand by a Serbian Nationalist Gavrilo Princip stirred up tensions
leading to World War 1 starting in mid August 1914, which put the Allied powers ( Great Britain,
France, Russia, Italy Japan, and in 1917 the United States) against the Central powers ( Germany,
Austria Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire). World War 1 lasted 4 years and brought more casualties
and wounded that any other war up until that point and a fear of a war of this magnitude ever
happening again. The first major battle of the Marne fought on the Western Front to the final battle
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They invaded France on the west through Belgium and invaded Russia on the east creating the
Eastern and Western Front. On September6, 1914 British forces confronted the invading German
army and started the battle of the Marne. Germany was within 30 miles from Paris and the Allied
troops led by Joseph Joffre and forced the Germans north of the Aisne River and both sides dug
into trenches and the next three days of fighting would characterize the rest of the war. The battle
of the Somme was fought July through November 1916 was the bloodiest battle in a of World War
1 where 1.5 million troops on both sides would die in the battle. During the Somme a Franco
British offensive attacked the Germans on the other side of the river with the British taking the
north side and the French taking the South side. The Germans were forced to retreat weakened by
the battle to new shorter defence
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The Effects Of Removing Humans From The World s Nuclear...
I My Questions What I Already Know, and What I Want to Know Ever since I was young, I ve
loved exploring the concept of how things work. This idea can apply to an endless list of things
whether it is just a little toy, the most advanced car, or the tallest skyscraper. When I started reading
The World Without us by Alan Weisman, my mind was immediately drawn to the question of how
some of humans most interesting technology would function without our help. The most
fascinating creation that caught my attention turned out to be all the world s nuclear reactors.
Though I only have limited background knowledge about the way in which they operate, I have
read about what can happen to nuclear reactors even with man s supervision, and I am intrigued to
discover the effects of removing humans from the equation. A nuclear powerplant, in a sense, is
much like a fossil fueled power plant; water is turned to steam which drives a turbine that creates
electricity. The contrast comes in the source of heat. With nuclear power, the heat to create the
steam is produced when uraniumatoms split, a process called fission. Under control, this is an
ingenious way to create a power supply, however, the repercussions of a slight accident in a
nuclear reactor are far worse than an accident in any other power plant. Nuclear power plants are
considered far more dangerous than others because of their power source: the element uranium 235.
When these atoms are split, they release an abundance of
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NVQA Part 1
Part one the principles and requirements of assessment
Understand the principles and requirements of assessment.
What is assessment ?| Initially learners are assessed for suitability.Evidence is gathered to provide
this information, for example: drivers licence, criminal records bureau disclosure, medical
certificate, licences from local authority, evidence of insurance. Are they suited to a customer
service based industry? Evidence of any previous qualifications which are relevant and current. i.e.
BTEC, NVQ, manual handling and safe lifting practices, customer services training etc. | Explain
the functions of assessment in learning and development, the key concepts and principles and
responsibilities of the assessor| The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Sector skill councils also assemble the National Operating Standards in their respective industry.
These standards are an industry agreed matrix of competencies an individual must satisfactorily
prove to attain any number of qualifications, such as NVQ s, BTEC awards etc. * Institute for
Learning (IfL)IfL is the professional body for teachers, tutors and further education trainers. IfL
supports the professional development and excellence of this sector to encourage and support
professionals to deliver a consistent high quality learning experience to millions of learners. IfL
is responsible for : 1. The registration of teachers. 2. Keeping a record of a teacher s CPD
(continuing professional development). 3. Conferring the professional status through the
professional formation processes. (that of the educator s registration of intent, applying for, being
assessed and moderated for suitability to join the professional body) * HSE Health and SafetyThe
skills sector council is responsible for a detailed evaluation of the industry s particular set of
information regarding health and safety issues. It is agreed and approved. It ensures a safe working
environment for all learners and participants in the training programme to be made aware of
relevant issues related to the training environment and their workplace. * Information
Commissioners Office (ICO)The Information Commissioner s
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Hamlet And The Characters Of Hamlet In Hamlet
1.It is very clear that something is wrong in Denmark in scene 1 because King Hamlet has died.
His brother that is now King was the one that murdered him. Prince Hamlet does not like the idea
of his uncle becoming King and marrying his mother so soon after his father s death. Something
else that let us know something was wrong was Barnardo and Francisco s conversation. They are
used to taking turns being a guard so for Barnardo to ask Francisco Who s there (Ham. 1.1.1) let us
know that there is someone else besides Francisco around the castle at that time. Come to find out
King Hamlethas a ghostthat appears outside the castle that they can see. Since they see a ghost they
bring a friend, Horatio, to confirm that this ghost that they are seeing really is King Hamlet.
Horatio confirms the ghost by saying Such was the very armour he had on, (Ham. 1.1.59). Prince
Hamletnow knows that the ghost is his father but is concerned that he may be haunting the castle
to get revenge. I don t personally have some one that represents Claudius character but someone
in the media that reminds me of him is Trump. I say this because I think Trump is a good leader
because he tries to do what is best for America but because of that I don t think he is a very
family man. An example of this is But you must know your father lost a father, That father lost,
lost his, and the survivor bound (Ham. 1.1.89 90). He isn t worried about his family as much
because he doesn t have much sympathy for Hamlet about losing his father. To me this reminds me
of Trump because he doesn t always say things with other people s emotions in mind.
2.In scene 2, we can see that Claudius and Hamlet do not get along. Hamlet does not like that
Claudius is just brushing off the king s death and moving right into getting married to Gertrude.
Hamlet thinks that Claudius should be more upset about his death considering it was his brother,
but he is not. Claudius says to Hamlet how is it that the cloud still hang on you? (Ham. 1.2.66) This
line is insinuating that Prince Hamlet is still mourning over his father s death after months have
gone by and Claudius doesn t think that he should be. I think that Claudius may have a little good
in him because he
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Globalization Of The American Style Fast Food
Globalization is one of the most popular issues that have been discussed through the
world by the sociologist for decades.(James A. D, Dick. P, Yongseok Seo 2006)
According to John Tomlinson s (Tomlinson 2006) cognition of globalization. He
interprets that:
Globalization is a complex process because it involves rapid social
change that is occurring simultaneously across a number of dimensions in the world
economy, in politics, in communications, in the physical environment and in culture
and each of these transformations interact with the others. (p. 1)
As far as I am concerned, globalization is happening around daily life. For example,
McDonalds, they start from a small restaurant in California to one of the world s
leading food service retailers, with more than 35000 restaurants in more than a
hundred countries.(McDonald 2014) McDonalds spread the American style fast food
worldwide. This can be seen as a globalization of food culture.
Since the societies are becoming more and more alike nowadays and leading to a
phenomenon known as globalization. Some people afraid that globalization will lead
to the loss of cultural identify while some think it can have a good impact on the
societies. Based on the bookгЂЉGolden Arches East: McDonald s in East
AsiaгЂ‹which indicates the advantages of the food globalization by providing the view
that it is not only spreading the food culture but also blending with the locals and the
documentaryгЂЉSuper Size
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The Effects Of Social Media On Teenagers
The Social Media Effect
When you were a teenager, did social media impact your life? If not, it certainly has had an
impact on the teenagers of America today. Social media has been around for a long time. There
are many applications for social media, some of which are Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook.
With the rapid evolution of social media, people believe that social media is impacting teenagers
in a negative way. However, some believe that there are positive effects. The negative effects of
social media on teenagers include poor student performance, lack of sleep, and increased
vulnerability. However, before any of these arguments can be talked about, it is important that
people know the history of social media. The development of social media started in the 1950 s
with commercial computers. This led to the creation of personal computers, which paved the way
for the development of e mail. One of the key developments of social media is the cell phone. They
evolved into Iphones, which include many features such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. These
allow people to communicate anywhere at any time. The first recognizable social network using
the same definition as today s Facebook and MySpace sites was SixDegrees.com, launched in
1997. (Amidon Lusted). From this website, MySpace evolved. Chris DeWolfe and Tom Anderson
created MySpace. They wanted this site to have fewer rules, and they wanted people to
communicate and share music. MySpace led to the
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A Joint Venture Between Nora And Sakari
The negotiations for a joint venture between Nora and Sakari have been taking place for over two
years and 20 meetings. Meeting locations have varied, but have been held in both of the firm s
respective countries of Helsinki and KL. So far, the meetings sunk costs in promoting the JV
between the two companies are estimated at RM3 million.
There are mutual benefits for a cooperative effort. The main benefit for Sakari would be to meet
its strategy of expanding R D centres in to South east Asia which is a market of unexploited
potential. They would be to meet this strategy if they gained access through Malaysia. Nora s
main benefit would be able to fulfill its TMB contract since its bid was reliant on providing Sakari
s 4G LTE technology (XX). Despite the benefits that would occur due to the agreement the
negotiation efforts failed to reach a JV agreement between the two entities. Some of the major
reasons for negotiation failure were due to difference in goals, negotiation and interaction styles,
cultural differences and behaviors, and lack of trust.
GOALS, NEGOTIATION AND INTERACTION STYLES
Their approaches to negotiation and objectives were very different for each party. Nora went in
with an integrative negotiation strategy since they had already won their bid based on using Sakari
s 4G technology and having a successful agreement would be important in fulfilling the contract
with TGMXX. The were interested in creating a win win situation. On the other hand Sakari s
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Essay on Avian Influenza and Its Expected Ramifications
Over the past fifteen years H5N1 influenza (also known as Avian Flu or Bird Flu) has become a
common topic of speculation and debate worldwide, causing quite a bit of confusion about its
possible impacts on our society. At this point in time it is generally recognized by the international
medical community that Avian Flu is bound to become a pandemic, most likely within the next
ten years. Research on Avian Flu and its effects have led many scholars to make grave predictions
of major global turmoil while a small portion of medical scientists remain skeptical, believing we
will have enough time to thoroughly prepare for the outbreak. The one thing that nearly all health
professionals seem to agree upon is that the avian flu will surely... Show more content on
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There are many different types of flu, categorized most broadly by influenza A, B, and C strains.
They are further classified by genetic differences represented by H and N. Seasonal flus are
either type A or B and classified by H3N2, swine flu (a flu strain you may remember by the
media stir it caused in 2009) is type A and H1N1, and avian flu is type A and H5N1. Type A flu
strains are considered to be the most severe and are usually the only type of influenza that can
cause a pandemic. On paper the avian flu may seem like the flu strains that we experience every
year, but H5N1 is certainly unique. The first reason for this is that research has suggested that for
currently idiopathic reasons the avian flu seems to have a predisposition to mutation, enabling it to
rapidly create new strains that may be more dangerous, more contagious, or even resistant to
antibiotics (which has already been observed in at least one case of an infected Vietnamese
teenager). The reason avian flu has not yet caused any major outbreaks is because right now the
virus is unable to be transmitted from human to human, only from bird to bird or bird to human.
With such a high tendency to mutate, it is only a matter of time before the avian flu mutates into a
strain that can be transmitted between
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Frederick Douglass Turning Points
Turning points are events in a text where a pivotal change takes place and makes an impact on
the protagonist and the story. There are always a turning point in stories like The Monkey s Paw
when the family heard about the tragedy that happened to Herbert, they felt responsible and had
to endure the consequences. In The Narrative Of Frederick Douglass there were several points in
the text that impacted and affected Fredericks life drastically. There were many significant points
in Fredericks life that had changed him abruptly for the better or for the worse. For example ,
there was a certain point in the text where Frederick decided to fight Covey because he was tired
of getting tortured by him. Covey would physically abuse Douglass by
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Lgbt LGBT Rights
LGBT RIGHTS: ON THE USA AND BRAZIL
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Introduction
Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) issues have continuously triggered debates
and controversies among various individual s across the globe. The rising concerns leading to the
differences in opinions regarding LGBT emanate from the point of perceptions, cultural beliefs,
religious values and political basis. Due to the dynamics of not accepting the existence of the LGBT
peop le by some individuals in their communities, the LGBTs have found it hard to express
themselves freely and enjoy equal rights just like a regular citizen should
(Dolan, 2013). For instance, in the United States, the LGBT patients did not have visitation rights
until a directive from the Whitehouse was issued. In some communities, extreme measures have
been taken against individuals suspected to be lesbians or gays. Because of the way the public
view the LGBT people, it is disheartening and traumatizing for most of them to come out and
express themselves openly. Some have been forced to lead double standards. However, the
situation has changed in different nations and states in America where laws and policies have been
developed to support and protect the LGB
T community. As a minority group, the LGBT community has struggled over the years to have
their rights respected.
Despite the existing disagreements surrounding the LGBT rights, several states in the
United States of America and Brazil among others have demonstrated
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Art Building 1943-59
This essay will inform the contrasts of two very important art galleries built 9 years apart. The
Guggenheim, 1943 59, was built solely for Solomon R, Guggenheim to exhibit his collection of
both modern and contemporary art from around the world. This building in New York was said
to be one of the architect s most important public projects , the architect being Frank Lloyd
Wright. The building that will be put into contrast with the Guggenheim is the Neue
Nationalgalerie in Berlin, 1962 68. Mies Van der Rohe was asked to design this new gallery
during the modernism period in an act to revive the city of Berlin after the war as part of
Kultureforum , a development of new cultural institutions . The Guggenheim museum in New York
is unlike any other art gallery/ museum in the world. Its round, top heavy shape is something like
no other and Wright prided himself on this artistic integrity1. The section of the Guggenheim,
shown in Figure 3, shows that the main exhibition spaces are ramped from the top floor all the
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The reason he did this was to distinguish the museum from every other tall building that created
the then skyline of New York. To do this, he showed the building on an entire block with an
apartment building on the left and a ramp on the right and inbetween the two, offices and museum
work facilities7. Figure 5 shows the revised plan for the Guggenheim. The Public and private
spaces can be clearly differentiated through the thick walls and large, open spaces. Such examples
are the main entrance located in the centre of the bottom of the plan and the main gallery space
which are both open spaces exposed to the public whereas the studios on the outer walls of the
gallery are smaller and shut in with thick
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Ozone Pollution Essay
The Effects of Ozone Pollution
The term ozone has appeared in numerous magazine and newspaper articles and has been a subject
of discussion on both radio and television. Despite all the publicity surrounding this term, however,
many people are still confused by it. The confusion arises from the fact that ozone is both beneficial
and harmful. We know that the ozone layer in the upper atmosphereacts as a filter for the sun s
ultraviolet rays, reducing the amount of radiation that reaches the earth s surface. At ground level,
though, high concentrations of ozone can be harmful.
The Ozone Layer
Ozone gas forms a layer all around the earth high in the stratosphere. It serves as a vital and
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When levels are high, people at risk should take simple precautions:
Stay indoors as much as possible.
Limit outside activities to the early morning hours or after sunset. Ozone levels tend to go down
with the sun.
Refrain from exercising or working vigorously outdoors when levels are high.
Stay away from high traffic areas, and avoid exercising near these areas at all times.
Carpool or use public transportation to help reduce the amount of harmful emissions in the air that
contribute to the production of ozone.
Avoid using gasoline powered lawn equipment or other gasoline powered tools.
Big Differences
The distinction between the two ozone issues В— the beneficial ozone layer versus ozone pollution
В— is extreme. The ozone layer in the stratosphere needs to be protected. By the same token, ozone
produced by the effects of sunlight on air pollutants must be reduced.
Controlling air pollution will help solve both of these problems, thereby benefiting our health and
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No Face Movie Sociology
Perhaps the best example of the negative views on society come when the character, No Face,
shows up. He is normal when Chihiro meets him outside of the bathhouse. Later in the film, as he is
let into the bathhouse, he offers money to the spirits, revealing an incredible amount of greed from
them. What is interesting is that the spirits were so harsh toward Chihiro for being human,
probably because they used to have jobs as spirits but due to human nature they now work at the
bathhouse. This causes the spirits to then reflect human nature themselves. Again, it goes back to
what man has created, and in the bathhouse the spirits draw many parallels with the business man.
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This can be interpreted very deeply. Chihiro left the door open in the bathhouse for No Face. She
was a human, opening the door (literally) to a seemingly unsuspecting free spirit to society. Society
drove No Face crazy, and his obsession could represent his resentment toward the source of his
transformation, in this case Chihiro, the human. As human caused the problem, Chihiro takes
responsibility for letting him in, and makes the comment that the bathhouse (society) makes him
crazy. No Face represents the extreme end of the negativities in society, such as the rise of mental
disorders, depression, suicide, etc. Chihiro shows the female s ability to empathize, allowing her to
refrain from violence yet still solving the problem. Miyazaki presented the issue, and resolved it in
an alternative way, with a character that is the paradox of feminism
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Boston Marathon Bombing Essay
Boston Marathon Bombing On April 15, 2013 during the Boston Marathon in Copley Square,
two bombs exploded near the finish line killing at least three and injuring over 170 people. This
bombing sent the nation in an uproar and it was immediately recognized as a terrorist attack.
When the Federal Bureau of Investigation took over, a few days later a surveillance video and
photographs of the two suspects were released. After the suspects were named, Dzhokar Tsarnaev,
19, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, the violence began. On Thursday, April 18, three days after the
attack, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer, Sean A. Collier, was found dead in
his vehicle near the MIT campus. According to police, that same night, two... Show more content on
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It also struck me when I saw that they had planned another bombing in New York, this interested
me especially since it is so close to home. Now there are reports that the attack was supposed to
be done on the Fourth of July. This raises curiosity about security during the holiday and if we
will all be safe. I believe that everyone, at the time, was worried about there safety and anyone
would have chose this topic to do research on since it was still in the public eye. I learned quite a
bit about the psychological impact of the Boston Marathon Bombing. After researching the
effects, I realized how much trauma these innocent people went through during a moment that
was supposed to be joyous. People that were healthy and filled with life were either severely
injured or had there life taken away by a senseless act. Some of the injured victims will never be
able to walk again, others, never able to see their loved ones again. Martin Richard, an 8 year old
boy whose life was taken during the attack, will never get to see his family one more time. The
amount of grief the Tsarnev brothers caused can never be taken back and it has left a
psychological effect on the viewers and the victims runners, adults and children. Viewers across the
nation are affected by the social media causing stress on the subject by bombarding the public with
media stories, rumors and a sense of mass panic . Victims have to relive that horrible moment
because the media wants to
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Essay about A Comparison of Frankenstein 1994 to...
A Comparison of Frankenstein 1994 to Frankenstein 1957
Over the past hundred years, Mary Shelley s novel, Frankenstein has been read worldwide, by many
different audiences.
In the original novel, the creature is given life by Frankenstein, and then he stretches out his arm to
see if Frankenstein will accept him as a son. Whereas in the 1957 film he is in a box full of water,
and is wrapped in bandages. The creature tries to strangle Frankenstein until he is stopped by Paul.
In contrast, the 1994 film portrays the birth differently; Frankenstein is seen running around his lab
and is all sweaty and dirty. Once the creature is alive he falls on the floor into all the liquid and he
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The director of the 1994 film made the lab realistic, by making the lab dirty and showing all sorts
of scientific instruments. He also makes Frankenstein take his shirt off, get dirty and really get
stuck into the birth of the monster, this suggests that he seems to want to be part of the creation
more than in the 1957 version. Also in this film Frankenstein is studying at the university of
Ingolstadt and in one scene we see peasants fleeing the city because of an outbreak of a disease.
This is something which is not used in the 1957 version. In contrast the 1957 film s director
chooses to make Frankenstein wear a suit and work in a very stereotypical lab. Although the 1994
film chooses to use a wider environment, this film decides to use gothic horror, which the other
film doesn t, they do this by using lightening when the creature is born.
In the 1957 film Frankenstein is portrayed as a posh, snobby and self obsessed this is show by
the house he lives in, his servants and the fact that he is always in his lab working on his creation.
Good friends like Paul fall out with him because of his creation, Frankenstein is so driven he doesn
t care that his best friend has left. In comparison the 1994 film chooses to show Frankenstein as a
man that is driven, falls out with Clerval and Elizabeth, but he makes up with them, even though
they don t know about the
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Recipe Of Vanilla Spice Prize Candle
As the leaves start to change and the temperature drops we find ourselves with a strong desire to
bake something yummy. Our Smoked Bourbon aka Caramel Vanilla Spice Prize Candle inspired
us to wipe up a vanilla bean cake with vanilla bourbon frosting and a caramel spiced latte.
Cake Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup butter, softened
1 vanilla bean, scraped
1 1/2 cups sugar
4 large egg whites
1 cup milk
1/4 cup bourbon
Frosting Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups (2 1/2 sticks) butter, softened
1 vanilla bean, scraped
1/2 teaspoons salt
1 tablespoon whipping cream
2 tablespoons bourbon
3 cups powdered sugar
Cake Directions:
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
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In a bowl, combine flour, baking powder, and salt
4. In a large bowl beat butter on medium high speed until smooth and creamy. Add vanilla bean
seeds and mix until they re evenly distributed
5. Add the sugar and mix until completely incorporated and fluffy
6. Add the eggs whites and mix until just combined
7. Add half of the flour mixture and half of the milk to the butter/sugar mixture
8. Mix on medium speed until combined. Repeat with the second half
9. Add cake batter to the pans,
10. Bake for 19 21 minutes, or until slightly browned on top
11. Let cake layers cool
12. Once cake is cool, brush 1/4 cup bourbon over the top of each layer.
Frosting Directions:
1. In a bowl, mix butter on medium high speed until smooth and creamy. Add vanilla bean seeds
and mix until they re evenly spread throughout
2. Add salt, whipping cream, and bourbon. Mix until combined
3. Add powdered sugar one cup at a time, mixing well
4. Mix on medium speed for another minute
5. Spread frosting over cake layers, and over the cake
Latte Ingredients:
3/4 cup hot
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Globalization And Westernization In Turkey
Has Turkey adopted both Western and Islamic principles? Westernization is the social process of
becoming familiar with or converting to the customs and practices of Western Civilization. It is the
accepting of western ideas in the fields of science, technology, philosophy, and other social
materialistic aspects of life. However, Islamis the submission to the will of God. Unlike
westernization, Islam is a spiritual practice, therefore, has its own unique identity, culture, and
principles of social life. Since the day of independence, Turkey has always aligned itself with the
western world. Only until recently, under the Justice and development party led by Recep
Erdogan Turkey is starting to practice and meddle in the affairs of the Middle East. What has
lead Turkey to dramatically shift its policy? How big of a role has the sense of identity play in
this matter? This paper will argue that although the population of Turkey is predominantly
Muslim, it also represents a secular state with western style democracy. It plays a critical
geopolitical role since it is in the center of Europe and the Middle East. It is also the revival of an
identity the Islamist feared had been overshadowed by the West and the Western culture. Therefore,
in today s globalized world, Turkey plays a vital role in complying both Islamic and western ideals
to appeal to both of the civilizations. Islamists in Turkey are departing from their conventional
positions of anti western stance and are
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Mosquito Flying Optimization ( Mfo )
Mosquito Flying Optimization (MFO)
Subtitle as needed (paper subtitle)
Md. Alauddin,
Assistant Professor,
Deptt. of Petroleum Studies, AMU, Aligarh, India
Abstract This is a new optimization algorithm which mimic the behavior of mosquito to find a hole
in mosquito net, if any. Both the flying and sliding motion of the mosquito have been modelled and
incorporated in the algorithm. The algorithm was tested for global minima on different type of
benchmark functions of various dimension and modality. Namely Gramacy Lee, Ackley, Rastrigin,
Rosenbrock, Griewank and Schwefel functions of one, two, five, ten and thirty dimensions. The
experiment was done with thirty different seeds generated randomly for each function and
dimension. The algorithm was found to be efficient, convergent and accurate.
Keywords Evolutionary algorithm, MFO, PSO, GA, ACO, Benchmark optimization function
I: Introduction
Optimization can be defined as the search for the best possible solution(s) to a given problem. For
this, there are a number of optimization techniques both conventional and new meta heuristics. The
conventional methods are gradient based which are although quite faster in convergence, but are
not applicable for discontinuous, non differentiable and complex multimodal functions. These
techniques have limitations to find the global optima and have general tendency to stuck at local
optima as they start with a single point. Hence there are exhaustive search methods to tackle
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Macbeth Movie Vs Play
Macbeth is a play about a Scottish general (Macbeth) who receives a prophacy from three witches
that states that one day, he wil become the king of Scotland. This makes Macbeth power hungry so
he decides to murder the current king of Scotland, Duncan. As people grow more and more
suspicious of who killed Duncan, Macbethis forced to commit more murders in order to protect
himself from being exposed. This leads to him becoming filled with paranoia and guilt, which
ultimately is his major downfall. Shakespeare wrote this play in 1606 to make people realize that
excessive ambition can have terrible consequences. Both the play and the movie incorporate
murders into telling the story of Macbeth, but they do so in different ways.
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Macbeth was so focused on becoming king that he wanted to eliminate any threat that came his
way. The three witches had warned him to watch out for Macduff, so Macbeth decided to kill him.
Not knowing that Macduff had fled to England with Malcolm, Macbeth sent hired servents to go
kill Macduff. When they realized that Macduff was not there, they decided to kill his family instead
to prove the point that Macbeth is not afraid of Macduff. In the play, Macbeth is not present during
the murder of Macduff s family but in the movie he is. This was probably the biggest difference
between the Macduff family murder in both versions of the story. Another big difference was
that in the play when Ross told Macduff that his family had been viciously slaughtered, Macduff
did not seem phased at all. He was not very upset, just a little mad. In the movie however,
Macduff nearly dies himself when he hears the news that his family had been killed. They made
it this way in the movie to make it more dramatic and suspensful to watch. Another major
difference in this scene is that in the play, the son of Lady Macduff says Thou liest, thou shag
haired villian! (Macbeth 4.2.80). After he yells this at the murderer, the murderer stabs him to
death. In the movie, the son never says this and it never shows him getting stabbed. The movie
did this to give the audience a chance to envision what the murder was like on their own. The
three big differences in the murder of Macduff s family is Macbeth was part of the actual murder
in the movie and not the play, Macduff does not get very emotional in the play but he does in the
movie, and the movie does not show the son getting stabbed while the book
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Analysis of the Opening Sequence of the Simpsons Essay
Analysis of the Opening Sequence of the Simpsons
Matt Groening changed television forever when he brought animation back to primetime with this
immortal nuclear family. It was first screened on 14th January 1990 and it has become one of the
world s most famous cartoon as it always captured a regular audience of 24 million each week.
It has also established itself as an award winning international pop culture phenomenon. It is the
longest running sitcom of all time and it is also one of the most literate television programs on the
air. It contains many references to subject matter and scholars from various academic fields.
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The school where Bart Simpson does his detention and writes silly quotes on the board with the
chalk, For example: No one wants to hear about my sciatica ,
I can t see dead people , I did not win the Nobel Fart Prize , I have neither been there nor done that ,
etc...
The music store is where Lisa goes and looks for some music equipment as she is fascinated by
music equipments and musicians. She is also in the school music team and a saxophonist.
T.V store in which Bart like to miss around as he is known as a naughty boy!
The shopping centre which Marge Simpson goes with Maggie does her shopping for her family and
buys food
We learn that Homer works in a nuclear power station in which he makes radioactive metals. He
drops it while he was on his way home which means that he is careless and stupid! He nearly got
ran over by a car which means he is clumsy and got a slow reflex action. We also learn that he is a
slacker who is completely unqualified for his job. We also learn that he is a pig when it comes to
food!!
Marge Simpson doesn t appear a lot in the opening sequence as she only appears twice. First time
is when she was shopping with little Maggie and funnily Maggie got scanned. The second time she
appeared was when the whole family gathered around the sofa to watch T.V. which means that she
is a good
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Essay about The Virginian Revolution
Virginia s way to the American Revolution
Woody Holton. Forced Founders: Indians, Debtors, Slaves and the Making of the American
Revolution in Virginia. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999.
In his book Forced Founders В– Indians, Debtors, Slaves and the Making of the American
Revolution in VirginiaWoody Holton tries to give a В… study of some (not all) of the causes (not
the effects) of Virginia s Revolution. He argues that the Virginia elite were important as leaders of
the Independence movement, but were also powerfully influenced by other forces such as British
merchants, Indians, farmers and slaves. Woody Holton argues that the Virginia gentrywas
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The gentry of Virginia was not pleased with this decision, since they invested in the land and were
now legally hindered to sell it. Other settlers, like squatters, just settled there, but the gentry had to
respect the resolution of their own Privy Council. So they started to petition the Council, but
without success. Holton argues that the Indians were able to influence the British government to a
certain point not to allow American settlers to settle in the Ohio Valley, because the British simply
did not want to spend money for British troops that would eventually have to protect the settlers
from Indian assaults. They hoped to prevent a new costly war in America. The problem for the
gentry was that В… the Virginia Executive Council had no choice but to void the hundreds of
surveys that had been done for Virginia speculators and to put a halt to further surveying. This
setback only intensified the speculators effort to persuade the government to let them have
Kentucky and the adjacent region. But the British government did not repeal the act. This caused
many of the gentry s members who speculated for land in Kentucky to be displeased and lose a
great deal of money. Holton gives numerous examples of gentry members that were affected by
these circumstances, including Thomas Jefferson and George Washington.
The tobacco growers are
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Sea Dragons, a Marine Fish Essay
Did you see that? Looking in the sea of the south and west tropical coast of Austria a diver
observing very closely in the sea can easily miss this genital, well camouflaged marine fish in
plain sight, the sea dragon. Although they are very similar to the seahorse, sea dragons are quite
different in amazing ways and are divided into two diverse genus and species, Phycodurus eques
(Leafy Sea Dragons) and Phyllopteryx taeniolatus (Weedy Sea Dragons). Here you will learn about
the taxonomic classification (Kingdom, Phylums/Division, Class, Order, Family Genus, Species),
physical characteristics/ biology, habitat, ecology, and much more. Let us examine this creature
more closely.
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Also, like seahorses they have a horse like head and a fused jaw(National Geographic). On the
other hand there are differences and both sea dragons take on the appearance of seaweed and
kelp to blend in with their habitat. The leafy seadragon, phycodurus eques have appendages that
are leaf like in appearance, ranging from different sizes along its head, body, and tail. Spaking of
size, a adult leafy seadragon can reach a lighth of 20 24cm(8 10 inches) in some cases up to
35cm(1.1ft) in total length ; this is impressive size for a marine fish in the syngnathidae family, but
is smaller than its close cousin, the weedy dragon ,which averages 30cm and can reach up to
45cm (1.5ft)( PRIMEFACT). Although their appendages are not used for locomotion, using
small, transparent pectoral fins, which are located on the neck, and a dorsal fin that run along
the seadragon s back are used to make tiny movements through the water columnv(Yankalilla).
Also extending from their hard bony plated body are long sharp spines that can serve for defense
purposes (Mlssa). Concerning leafy seadragons color it is said that in shallow water they are
yellow brown or greenish with dark pink rib bands and green brown pronounced leafy appendages;
in deeper water, those that live there are dark brown to burgundy red. In contrast the weedy
seadragon, Phyllopteryx taeniolatus, is usually reddish in color with yellow spots. Their boney
plated, long,
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Walter White Was A Good Man By American Society s Standards
In recent years, a New Yorker artist posted a caricature that depicted a cop speaking with an
inmate saying I am neither a good cop nor a bad cop, Jerome. Like yourself, I am a complex
amalgam of positive and negative personality traits that emerge or not, depending on the
circumstances (Stevens, 2007). Being diagnosed with incurable cancer, Walter White began his
metamorphosis from an outstanding citizen into an egotistical drug lord. He was a good man
who was led to commit immoral choices due to the situation he was put in. Throughout the
series, society judges Walter, some say he is a hero for doing the things he did for the greater
good of his family whilst others, justify his actions. Although wrong to judge people for
committing unlawful or immoral acts in a stressful situation, it is required in order to keep
society from collapsing. Walter White was a good man by American society s standards, he
studied at California Technical Institute and obtained a degree in chemistry. Through Walter s
works, he was awarded with a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his achievements in the
determination of crystal structures. He met his wife a few years later and had his first born son.
Even though Walter had great success working in chemistry, he became a high school teacher, a
job that did not pay enough and was driven to work a second job in a carwash. A day after Walter
had turned 50, he collapsed while working at the car wash, an ambulance was called and he was
taken reluctantly
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Source B Or Source C More About The Achievement Of The...
2. Study Sources B and C.
Do you trust Source B or Source C more about the achievements of the WSPU (the Suffragettes)?
Use details of the sources and your knowledge to explain your answer.
There are two sources we have to compare and analyse, each corresponding to the impact First
World War had on Britain. Source B is an extract taken from an interviewed Suffragist for a
television programme, whilst source C is a letter addressed to the members of WSPU by Mrs
Emmeline Pankhurst. As far as we are concerned, the two sources are from feminists, who were
fighting for the same cause, but in different manners. The first source dates in the 1960s, which
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Does this source prove that the Suffragists were effective campaigners? Use details of the source
and your knowledge to explain the answer.
In Source D, we are presented to a photograph of the offices of the Oldham branch of the
NUWSS during a by election in Oldham in 1911, before the beginning of the war. Oldham is large
town in Manchester, which means that the feminist influence had begun to distribute throughout
England, gaining support from all the women that belonged in different classes of society. This
photograph even displays the well managed organization of their campaigns, as they have
managed to transmit their idea to women of all ages in different places. Since the photo was
taken in Oldham, it means that the message is addressed to working class women. We can
understand that even from the heading that reads Bread winner, Tax payer . The Suffragettes were
finding new innovative methods of attracting the audience by making their campaign relatable
and approachable, which is an effective tactic to gain an audience. By 1909 the WSPU had
branches all over the country and published a newspaper called Votes for Women which sold
20,000 copies each week. The NUWSS was also flourishing, with a rising membership and an
efficient nation wide
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The UN and Peace Keeping Missions Essay
After the final defeat of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, many people believed that the
establishment of New League of Nations was the key to peace and security. In 24th October 1945,
46 nations from around the world gathered in San Francisco to create UN (United Nations),
replacing League of Nation. United Nationswas build in an aim to maintain international law, to
develop friendly relations among nations, to achieve international co operation and to promote
peace and security. In this essay, I will explore how to tell if something is a state or government,
explain the structure of UN, contrast different examples of a policy area in which UN has effective
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The general has the power to express his opinions to the security council if he thinks the matter in
concern may be against international peace and security. Generally, his role is to use utilize his
power to prevent international dispute from arising, escalating and spreading. The security council
is at the core of the United Nations with the primary responsibility for the maintenance of peace
and security. With 15 members, security council provides a forum to address important issues.
Among the 15 members, 5 are the permanent members: China, France, England, Russia and the
United States. These permanent members have veto power, allowing them executive power over
decisions. The other non permanent members are elected by the general assembly for two year
term. The roles of the security council is to determine the existence of threat, to call upon its
members to solve the issue by peaceful means and to recommend methods of adjustment. The
security council has the power to resort to imposing sanctions. Moreover, it has the authority to use
its forces to maintain international peace and security. After World War 2, instead of executing the
war criminals who were responsible for the Holocaust, they were tried in a court with genuine
trials. This idea of the international justice shaped the new world order. International Court of
Justice (ICJ) is the main judicial organization of the UN with a broad range of responsibilities. It
was established to
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Should Eyewitnesses Be Allowed To Privilege In Court
Quick! Look over there something suspicious is happening! Just a little later, you re being called
into court to testify on the event. But, what can you remember and what is your mind playing
tricks? Based on the facts below, one can come to the conclusion that, eyewitnesses should not be
allowed to testify in court because witnessoften can t correctly remember the event and, there is no
way to test the validity of statements. This can throw off the whole trial. One can come to this
conclusion because; witnesses can t remember, there is no way to test validity, the human brain
shifts things around, witnesses often put personal input, witnesses statements have a lot of weight,
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Witness, Allison Dorsett in the Nothing But the Truth, says that lots of the kids were talking
about the case, the other kids could have affected have testimony (Avi 151) The other kids
weren t there when the event took place so, there opinions shouldn t effect the witness
testimony. This could change the validity of the witness. Often, the police want the case to be
closed so, they push the witnesses to give them the answers they want to get the case over with.
(The Week 4)Rushing the witness could affect the whole case because they are pressured to
change the testimony, making it invalid. More evidence shows that, There are no national
policies guiding the police how to collect witness evidence (Azar 2)Not having any guidance
could change the validity of the evidence because it could have been carelessly collected. On top
of that, Pennsylvania does not allow the defendants to explain the effects of false witnesses
(Azar 4)There are more negatives to eye witness than there are positives and the jury should be
educated on this. Often, people are incorrectly identified for a crime they didn t commit. More
often than not, witness incorrectly identify someone (The Week 1)This means that, more often
than not, people go to a court for a crime they didn t commit. Whether they did it or not, people
with psychological disorders are more likely to be convicted of someone by a witness (Arkowitz
2)Being convicted of something should be based on facts and the validity should be
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Media Tourism Of Sherlock Holmes Museum
Media Tourism of Sherlock Holmes Museum
The Sherlock Holmes Museum is a museum run by a private organisation in London, England. It
is dedicated to the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and was opened to the public in
1990. The building is located on Baker Street and its number is 221B. It has the permission of the
City of Westminster1 to display this door number even though the buildings either side number 237
and 241. The location of the museum is close to the end of Baker Street in the centre of London.
The museum is a Georgian townhouse formerly used as a boarding house between 1860 and 1936,
coincidently covering the period 1881 1904. According to the novels and short stories by Conan
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Before the creation of the Sherlock Holmes Museum, fans of the detective could only enjoy the fan
culture of Sherlock Holmes by reading the stories and watching filmed dramatisations. The Sherlock
Holmes Museum offers fans the opportunity to have a liminal experience with the fictional story.
This is an example of media culture turning into media industry and the museum is doing very well.
It is currently one of the most popular tourist destinations in London (Urry, J ,2000).
The Sherlock Holmes Museum was built for the purpose of making money. At the beginning, the
founder of the museum had a plan to develop the tourist industry. As a result, everything in this
museum has been designed to match tourists preferences. I can provide a personal example. I
visited the museum myself and read the letters that the museum has received from Sherlock
Holmes fans. The museum staff told me that these fans wanted to write letters to Sherlock Holmes
but have no true address to post the letters to, so they address their letters to the museum. I
discovered an interesting pattern when reading the letters: many were from Japanese, Korean and
Chinese fans. The grammar used by these Asian fans is extremely good, their command of the
English language almost as good as that of a native speaker.
I believe that the museum targets tourists from Asian countries such as China, Japan, Korea and so
on, which is why they present the museum as a popular
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Causes And Effects Of Alcoholism
Cause and effects of Alcoholism
Alcoholism has become prevalent throughout time in History. This affliction has brought about
several negative effects to the users as well as America s society in general. Such effects include
brain damage or organ failure, separation from family and eventually death. It is not easy to tell if
a person abuses alcohol until much later. Alcohol abusecalls for total attention because of the
violence related risks it symbolizes in society. Despite alcohol s acute harmful consequences, people
have continued to abuse alcohol and become addicts. Alcohol related problems are associated with
several factors in establishing the effect that alcoholism has on individuals, family relations, and the
public. Alcohol abuse imposes profound suffering to individuals and family members, which may
contribute to conflicts, domestic violence, child neglect, irresponsibility, and immaturity, as well as
many other overall health problems.
Many people venture towards alcohol which in turn leads up to alcoholism. This occurs due to
their influence from others, whether it be from, their peers, friends, or family members. According
to Tom Price recognizes in his article, Alcohol Abuse. , children who live in a family with people
who abuse alcohol have a natural inclination to abuse alcohol themselves, and begin drinking thus
predisposing them to abuse alcohol. Alcohol abuse is thought to be useful in relieving stress. When
people are mentally depressed, they try
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Bill Cosby Biography
If I could add a person to the book of black history, it would be Bill Cosby. His importance to the
African American history is vastly underestimated. He s more than a comedian. He s more than an
entertainer. He is a trailblazer whose accomplishments will forever be encrypted into the African
American culture.
Bill Cosby was among the first blacks to rise in entertainment. He made millions laugh and his
passion ignited something more than just a new era of comedy. His shows were not just for a
comical view. It taught independence, individuality, equality, and educated the nation on the
importance of knowledge. For example, in his hit television broadcast The Cosby Show , it spoke to
racism and class in the 1980s. Bill Cosby did something ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In spite of the poor decisions he has made, he is a wonderful man who created benefits and time
after time has exposed the truth to many white and African Americancommunities. It is because of
his consciousness to the system that many Americans are aware of the faults in our system. The
Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America states One nation, under God, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all. Be perspective of what goes on in our world. There is no liberty
and justice for all yet. Cosby raised awareness and is just as essential to black history timeline as
any other civil rights leader. Hopefully, in today s society, we will come to appreciate all the great
accomplisments this man has
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The House Of Sand And Fog Summary
Riain Flynn21 September 2014 Amstud periods 2 3 What Happens When Dreams Collide? In
The House of Sand and Fog, by Andre Dubus III, there are an infinite amount of possible
outcomes when dreams collide, but overall not everybody can have his/her dreams fulfilled,
unless there is a compromise to which all parties can agree upon, but only one can get what they
came for, and the characters in the story do not come to this conclusion. This idea is expanded
upon throughout the story of House and Sand and Fog when we get two people, Kathy Nicolo,
and Colonel Behrani who have their dreams intertwine. They both do not ever come to a
compromise that can satisfy the both of them, but instead it leads to nobody achieving their dream.
Kathy Nicolo is upset at the fact that she had lost her home because of unpaid taxes, and tries to
reclaim her house from the family who currently has legal possession of the house, which leads to
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Lester is an officer of the law and he is not very happy with his married life. When he meets
Kathy he falls in love and is willing to help her in any way he can after she explains her current
situation. This leads to Lester getting out of control and he breaks into the house, and pulls a
gun on Behrani. Behrani then says Moments have passed since Lester V. Burdon pressed to my
flesh his loaded weapon, yet still I am feeling it against my skin and it is no effort to imagine the
large caliber bullet tearing through my head like a missile, and I want only to kill this man who
has broken into our home to do this after we saved the gendeh s pitiful life. (Dubus III, 273).
Lester s authority and what he thinks is right leads him to lose his vision of the lines of right and
wrong and he ends up having blood on his hands only so he could do what he thinks is
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Importance Of Commercial Broadcasting
In this essay I will be discussing whether public servicing broadcasting (PSB) is still relevant in
2017? I will be giving positives and negative views to come to a reasonable conclusion in which
PSB is relevant.
Public broadcasting is radio, television and other electronic media outlets, which are all trying to do
the same job, which is entertain the viewers in other words public service. In majority of the world
funding comes from the government through annual fees. Public broadcasting comes in two was
locally or nationally depending on the country and station you are tuned into. In a few countries of
the world public broadcasting is ran by a single organization but on the other hand there are many
public broadcasting in other countries which cater to lots of different audiences with having
different language shows. Commercial broadcasting Commercial broadcasting (private
broadcasting) is the broadcasting of television programs and radio programming by privately
owned corporate media, as opposed to state sponsorship. Commercial broadcasting now exists in
most of the countries around the world, the influence of this means the number of public
broadcasting has declined substantially during the latter part of the 20th century. This means public
service broadcasting must do something significantly if they are to survive in the television
industry. All commercial broadcasters are funded by TV adverts. Brands buy slots during
commercial break looking for. Brands have to pay TV
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Resist Much, Obey Little
Resist Much, Obey Little Kenneth M. Price asserts that Walt Whitman is a foundational figure in
American culture. This statement certainly holds true, as the transcendental father of free verse
gained his place as one of the 19th century s greatest American writers after self publishing his
most renowned work, Leaves of Grass, multiple times, each time with added pieces and revisions
of previous ones. The novel, inclusive of his widely recognized poem Song of Myself , composed
of fifty two sections, is considered an American landmark in literature. The collection offers
profound, universal ideas dealing with significant transcendental concepts such as self love,
nonconformity within a society, the ideas that God exists within everything and beyond, and that
true comprehension of life involves true appreciation of nature. Prior to his rapid gain of literary
recognition, Whitman volunteered as a nurse for the Civil War for three years. His experiences at
the hospital inspired numerous poetry and prose pieces, and he soon became certain that he could
construct more pieces out of his life changing encounters with wounded soldiers. Walt Whitmans
distinct style and technique presented in his work always leads back to the highly significant
transcendental principle of nonconformity.
A major theme that Walt Whitman conveys throughout his work is that experience is more
important than education. One way in which Whitman demonstrates this idea is in When I Heard
the Learn d
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Rules Regulating Nutrition
I believe their should be rules regulating health and nutrition in schools. if I were a school official
I would make the rules more lenient. I would make getting a fruit or vegetable mandatory, but I
would let you choose the serving and choose only what you want to eat. there is no point in forcing
foodon children it would just waste money.
I believe making it mandatory to take a fruit and vegetable a day in school lunches influences
everyday life . have you ever remembered eating something so good and you would want to eat it
at home so you go buy it from your local supermarket and purchase it. it could be the same
circumstance at school.If the school served vegetarian lasagna that day and you thought it was
amazing and you crave it at
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Essay on In The
In The In The Knight, the knight is an epitome of human society, yet his appearance doe not
portray his true self. Do you agree? In Adrienne Rich s poem The Knight, the reader is given a
brief yet profound insight into the deceiving nature of humans; how we give a calm, collected
front full of light and purity, yet beneath the surface we are in truth dark and inevitably mortal.
The Knight portrays what every man, woman and child must inevitably decide on: to expose their
true face or to hide behind a false mask to please others. The initial line A knight rides into the
noon evokes a sense that the knight, a chivalrous and pure being, is riding gallantly into the noon,
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The knight s only animate part of himself is his eye ; the rest is iron or steed. His body is a lump
of bitter jelly set in a metal mask , in other words a slob in an iron panoply set upon a mount. His
shining appearance gives the illusion that the knight is a shining example of medieval society; a
pinnacle to aspire to, fit, mighty and strong. The reality is completely opposite; inside he is a
quivering pile of fat, robed with rags and tatters which clothe him beneath the metal suit. The
knight is no different from any other man, the battle wears his nerves to ribbons despite his
radiant appearance. He is nervous about the outcome of the battle, whether he will live to charge
gloriously into battle once again. Despite his steely skin, the knight is little different from the
lower classes of society, poor, almost naked and mortal. The knight cannot avoid the one fate that
envelops all mankind with his pure appearance, his fraudulent true self cannot be covered
fancifully with wooing society. Rich portrays a sense that although we all can all wear masks to
cover our true natures; we cannot hide forever behind this false front. If an enemy unhorse[s] this
rider and frees him between the walls of iron , what will become of the knight? His pure,
chivalrous, fake mask might be shattered and his true stout nature will be revealed to all, his
coveted emblems crushing
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When Students Should Declare Their Major
When Students Should Declare their Major The post millennial generation has a lot more to
consider when choosing a future career than past generations. Students graduating from high
school come from a place with strict rules and an inflexible syllabus. These students are only now
given the freedom to think for themselves and to discover who they are, what their skills are and
what they are passionate about. It is more beneficial for students to establish a foundation in an
array of disciplines before declaring a major. A foundation is defined as the basis or groundwork of
anything. (Dictionary.com, LLC) Since youth (the average first or second year studentis about 18 to
20 years old) have developing minds that change continuously, thus their interests will change
according to who they are at that given time.
The cost of living has become unaffordable, causing most people to start or end their lives later
than planned. Even if a student graduates from a high end university with an impressive degree it
may guarantee absolutely nothing in today s society. Since the cost of living is so high, the next
generation after to have no choice but to postpone retirement in order to keep a roof over their
heads. With later retirement and overpopulation in the world, the post millennial generation is not
guaranteed a stable job anymore and even if they do have an amazing education, they still have the
risk of becoming homeless. There is so much more to choosing a career than
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The Origin of Migrant Farmworkers Essay
The Mexican Migrant Farm Workers community formed in Southern California in the 20th
century because of two factors that came together: farming emphasized by migrations like the
Okie farmers from the East and Mexicans imported to the U.S. because of the need for cheap
labor as a replacement of Americans during World War II. The migrant labor group formed after
an already similar group in the U.S had been established in California, the American farm workers
from the East, known as the Okies. The Dust Bowlof the 1930s caused the movement of the Okies
to the West and was followed by the transition from American dominant farm labor to Mexican
migrant labor. The Okies reinforced farming in California through the skills they took with them,...
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Thousands of families journeyed to California, settling in San Joaquin Valley. From 1930 to
1936, the Dust Bowl caused damages in agriculture in the Central Valleys all the way to the East
Coast of the U.S. At the time, the majority of the farmers were from Oklahoma, in other words,
they were American. Although most of the farmers fleeing the Dust Bowl were U.S born, some
were Mexican Americans living in Texas, Arizona and the states closer to the border (Gregory).
However, this event did not fully give rise to the Mexican Migrant Farm Workers community. It
was instead, the beginnings of successful farm labor in the valleys of California, which
transformed California s view towards farming. California seemed perfect, the climate was good
for a diversity of crops and it promised a lot to the desolated farmers from the East. Why was this
significant to the formation of the Mexican Migrant community? In other words, if the Dust Bowl
would not have happened, then farm labor would have not been as significant in California as it is.
Californians would have continued mining and building factories in soils that today, are used
primarily for agriculture. James N. Gregory, professor at the University of Washington argues that
The twentieth century drained rural Americans from the land as surely as it improved the
technology and efficiency of farming as he discusses the effects of the
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Analysis Of Me Talk Pretty One Day By David Sedaris
In the article, Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris (1999), the author describes what it was
like learning French while living in France. Sedaris moved to Paris in order to learn the
language and immerse himself into the culture. He thought this would make learning the
language easier. During his time in France, Sedaris experienced intimidation, abuse, and joy.
Learning a foreign language as an adult is difficult because of the feeling of intimidation by
younger classmates, a hostile learning environment presented by the teacher, and an inherent
cognitive disadvantage. On the first day of class, after he was done checking in, he sat down to
observe his classmates returning from their summer vacations. Initially, he walked in full of
confidence and his head held high. However, that quickly changed when he heard his classmates
speak French, and the feeling of intimidation washed over him like waves hitting the beach, at
my age, a reasonable person should have completed his sentence in the prison of the nervous and
insecure . . . my fears have not vanished, rather, they have multiplied with age (Sedaris, 1999, 1).
For being a forty one year old man, he thought these feelings of insecurity and fear in the
classroom would have ended long ago. If he thought things could not get worse, he was
mistaken. The teacher walked in, rattled off commands to the class, and then asked them to
recite the alphabet. In that moment, he knew he was in trouble, I ve spent time in Normandy,
and I took a monthlong French class in New York. I am not completely in the dark, yet I only
understood half of what she said (Sedaris, 1999, 1) and, despite the exposure he already had, he
was still unable to understand everything the teacher was saying. Properly learning and grasping a
new language requires support and the proper learning environment from the teacher. However, it
did not take long for David to learn that his teacher was verbally abusive, among other negative
things. Unfortunately, this realization also came on the first day of class. She spoke to the class in
a condescending tone, and insulted each student s ability to speak the language. One day, as she
was humiliating David in front of the entire class, she said
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Essay On Phaseolus Vulgaris
The Phaseolus vulgaris, or better known as pinto beans, is known to be one of the world s
healthiest dried food. Pinto beans typically take about 90 days to grow as a dry bean, but can be
harvested sooner as green snap beans. The Phaseolus vulgaris L. plants is a dry plant that require a
long growing season in warm conditions. Pinto beans must not be planted too early, due to their
intolerance for damp or cold conditions. If the soildrops under or to 50 degrees Fahrenheit the seed
will most likely rot and if the plantis over watered it could lead to white mold in the seed, causing
it to die. The Phaseolus vulgaris L. plants are considered warm season crop; it prefers fertile and
well drained soil, along with adequate, but not excessive, moisture (Franzen,... Show more content
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Competition is defined as a struggle between equals, as well as referring to the survival of the fittest
in wake of Charles Darwin s Theory of Evolution(Went, Darwin). Interspecific competition is a form
of competition where two different species compete for the same resource in an ecosystem. Levels
of interspecific competition and how they will effect the plants within the habitat is highly
dependent on nutrient availability. (Aerts)We used the Phaseolus vulgaris as our control and
Raphanus sativa as the competition plant. The easy to grow nature of the pinto bean allowed for
accurate analysis of results to better understand how interspecies competition affects plants. Our
hypothesis is that the more competition present in the immediate environment, the smaller and
weaker the pinto bean plant will grow to be. A plant with more competition, has less nutrients
available to be absorbed, causing it to grow less successfully. Competition results in a plant s
inability to maximize both growth rate and nutrient retention. (Aerts) Weeds in gardens are an every
day example of how negative competition can be detrimental to plant
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Carnival Porter 5 Forces
CARNIVAL CORPORATION PLC PORTER S 5 FORCES
Porter s 5 forces model allows to analyse the factors outside the Cruise industry that influence the
nature of Carnival competition within it, the forces inside the Cruise industry that influence the
way in which Carnival compete, and so the company s likely profitability. With an understanding
of where power lies, Carnival can take advantages of a situation of strength, improve a situation of
weakness and avoid taking wrong strategies. Porter has identified five competitive forces that shape
every industry and every market: bargaining power of suppliers, bargaining power of buyers, threat
of new entrants, threat of substitutes and rivalry among competitors. A sixth element has also been
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With this considerations buyers have low price sensitivity that allow Carnival to have a strong
position.
Carnival is a leader in the cruise industry and it s highly likely that the consumers would select
this company; as it is also a branded company recognizable on the market it allow the process of
word of mouth that lessen the power of the consumers from their self.
Even if the company can have a strong position against its buyers due to the business characteristics
the close relationship that the customers have with the travel agencies gives their a greater
influence over the ticket price.
In summary, the low price sensitivity, low buyer concentration and the leadership of Carnival in
the cruise industry on one hand enhances the buyer power while a high degree of involvement of
travel agency on the other reduces their bargaining power, the power of buyer of the buyers in the
cruise line market of Carnival is moderate.
Threat of new entrants category. LOW
Factors affecting the ability of new comers to enter the market include capital requirements and cost
of fuel, economies of scale, access to channels of distribution, constraint of brand equity, threat of M
A and regulation on Maritime cruises.
It is difficult for new cruise lines to enter this market since the level of star up capital required is
extremely high given the average cost of a cruise ship and the
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Discourse Is A Shared Way Of Apprehending The World
Discourse is a shared way of apprehending the world (Dryzek, 1997). It is understood as the
ensemble of ideas, concepts and categories through which meaning is given to social and physical
realities, and which is produced and reproduced through an identifiable set of practices (Hajer,
2006: 67). Discourse favors certain description of reality and empowers certain policytools while
marginalizing others (Litfin, 1994). Discourses frame the policy debates, limit what are
considered reasonable options and inform policy making process (Gregorio et al, 2014).
Discourses represent the dominant representatives, understandings and knowledge regimes present
in governance debate and they are deeply embedded in the formation of knowledge. The
discourses are produced based on the perception and role of the actors (Keller, 2011). Different
discourses promote specific conceptualization of environmental problem including the causes of the
problems and on their solutions. For instance, discourse on forests seeing as important carbon sink
could be different from seeing forest as source of local livelihoods or source of biodiversity.
Therefore it is crucial to understand the different construction of meaning by different actors.
Current international debates about climate change are shaped by different, often conflicting but
also partly overlapping environmental discourses (den Besten et al., 2014). Authors such as Dryzek
(1997, 2005), Hoffman (2011), Bäckstrand Lövbrand (2007) and
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The Elastic Clause
When the founding fathers created the constitution, they didn t know that there would be planes,
smartphones, automatic guns, or even drones. They created the constitution as how they saw the
world at the time and it was clear that they also knew the world would change but they still didn t
know how drastically. The constitutionhas under gone through many changes over the last few
hundred years, George Washington the 1st President of the United Statesonce said The Constitution
is the guide which I will never abandon. I agree with him because there are times where the
constitution isn t used right and where it can t be applied
In the constitution, Article one, Section 8, Clause 18: also, known as the elastic clause. To make all
laws which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Madison is a landmark Supreme Court case. Marbury v. Madison is one of the most influential and
groundbreaking legal proceeding in the history of the United States. The Marbury v. Madison case
was the first of its kind. Prior to Marbury vs. Madison, it was unclear whether the U.S. Supreme
Court had the power to determine the constitutionality of laws or what should happen when the
Constitution and a law were in conflict. Consequently the theory of every such government must be
that an act of the Legislature repugnant to the Constitution is void. With these words written by
Chief Justice Marshall, this case is significant because for the first time, the Supreme Court declared
an act of Congress unconstitutional because it was contrary to the Constitution. This decision was
the foundation for the Supreme Court s power of judicial review, the power by which the Court
could determine the constitutionality of laws passed by Congress. Marshall stated in the majority
opinion Court must either decide that case conformably to the law, disregarding the Constitution, or
conformably to the Constitution, disregarding the law, the Court must determine which of these
conflicting rules governs the case. This is of the very essence of judicial duty. Marshall is saying
that the Judicial has the decision on the two opposing laws and thus creating Judicial Review.
Nothing in the Constitution gave the Court this specific power. Marshall, however, believed that the
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Learning Disabilities Disadvantages
In the early 1960 s Samuel Kirk an American educator and psychologist, founded the term known
as learning disabilities. This came about after he had visited with a few groups of parents a few
times to discuss why these parents children seem to have small amounts of success even when they
are able to understand and comprehend just like other children. As a result of these meetings the
LearningDisabilities Association of America was formed (Pullen, 27). Then later in the mid 1970 s
the Educationfor All Handicapped Children Act was put into law which formally identified the
concept of learning disabilities (Pullen, 25). After these things were put in place, there was over
10 different descriptions of what learning disabilities can be based off of. For this concept, it
will be known as the following description. Learning Disabilities (LD) are created when there is
a space between a person s ability to think and reason and not their understanding based on the
results from tests. It is known that around 4 to 5 percent of adolescents are considered to have
LD. There are a few reasons why LD can occur. Boys are more prone than girls, African Americans
and Latinos are more prone than Whites and Asians. Most adolescents with LD struggle with many
academic areas especially in reading. They also have difficulties with interacting with others,
expressing their feelings and understanding the feelings of others. Last, is that adolescents with LD
have a high chance of dropout rates
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Blind Search Research Paper
Blind search is when you start at state space and begin looking through a tree or structure, and
never ask self if you are making progess as you move, but just continously move through tree or
structure until reaching goal space or answer. Blind search has a couple different functions that can
happen. Two functions called Depth first and Breadth first involve going through a tree or structure,
but both using a different method to reach goal space. In depth first you search tree or structure
starting at the starting point and exploring as far as possible along each branch before backtracking,
picking one move or path and following through with that decision. Depth first is just expanding
from first point further and further until a goal point... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Basically, start at top, then consider all possible moves and work out those moves that will give
you best outcome in next level only revealing tree a little bit at a time until you are where you
want to be, and continue that process as you reach each new level traveling downward. Breadth
first is considered a conservative and safe option, it exhausts searches from entire tree or structure
without considering the goal until it finds it. Breadth first in ways does not use a heuristic
algorithm. Two more functions called Foward and Backward Chaining which take into
consideration the point of an end state, we want an outcome. Forward chaining is starting where
you are and working to the goal in mind. You want to move forward from what you have to where
you want to be...this sometimes makes more sense for unique goal states. The Ultimate Game is a
good example of a foward chaining function. Backward chaining on the other hand has no well
defined end state or no terminal
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Cause And Effect Of Morphine
Morphine can be highly addictive. You will realize that the drug can generally be used safely
when taken in small doses as prescribed by the physician. However, when the drug is used in
large doses or abused, the user can actually develop a physical and psychological addiction to the
drug. When the drug is abused, it normally stimulates the brain s reward system. This basically
motivates the user to abuse the drug more and more. This can lead to tolerance and dependence.
Once you have developed dependence to morphine, you will have to keep using the drug from time
to time. If you quite taking morphine, you are likely to go through withdrawalas your brains relearns
how to function without the drug.
You will realize that morphine withdrawal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Phase 3
You will realize that this is a tough phase. It is where a lot of people run into problems. Some of
the symptoms here can be more psychological than physical. However, there will still be some
physical pain and discomfort. Some of the symptoms here include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia
and so on. You will realize that at this stage, you have to be very careful because the urge to use
becomes stronger than ever. In this case, you risk losing all the progress that you have made. This
is a critical stage as it determines whether or not you are going to completely withdrawal or detox
from morphine.
How do you reduce morphine withdrawal effects?
You will realize that morphine withdrawal can be managed through the use of some drugs and
medicines that help in reducing the morphine withdrawal effects. Some of the drugs that can help
you achieve this objective include:
1. Methadone.
This drug basically works in almost the same way as morphine. It normally produces similar
effects but of lower intensity. Here, the idea is to gradually reduce the dosage over a long period
of time until the user can easily make the switch to cold turkey. Some people normally use this drug
for longer periods for many months.
2.
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Evaluating The Implications Of A Transformation Innovation
Evaluating and Assessing the Implications of a Transformation Innovation
In today s dynamic business world, it is not enough for businesses to respond to the current
customers and internal organizational issues. In order for businesses to survive, they must be able
to anticipate and evaluate existing and emerging trends and develop ideas, products and services
that respond to those trends. However, failing to identify and respond to trends can put the business
at the risk of losing the existing customer base because innovation often determines who will be the
market leader and who will be living on the margin of the market.
Further, Innovation can be divided in to three main types, that are incremental, substantial and
transformational. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Also, new value proposition, assets and competencies are introduced as a result of a
transformational innovation. Examples of transformational innovation may include the invention of
compact disc (CD), automobiles and the business model of Dell computers. In order to fully
understand the differences among the three types of innovation, one must be aware that in general
the impact of substantial innovation is 10 times the impact of incremental innovation and the
impact of transformational innovation is 10 times the impact of substantial innovation.
The case in hand is mainly concerned with transformational innovation and shades light on three
industries and what changes may accrue if a radical innovation was introduced within those
industries. The industries under study are banking industry with Zopa as an innovative plyer, the car
battery industry with EEStor as an innovative plyer and media buying and planning industry with
NextMedium as an innovative plyer. In my analysis, I will discuss the impact that each of those
innovation on the industries in which they operate, what other industries may be impacted by them
and where are those companies today.
Zopa Peer to Peer Lending
Launched in the UK in 2005. Zopa brands itself as the oldest Peer to Peer leading company in the
world. This fact gives an idea about the breakthrough that that this business model accomplished
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  • 2. Judicial Selection Process Introduction In the United States, each state has its own rules and laws that govern for the citizens residing in the particular state. Then there are laws that the country has that every United States resident has to follow and abide by. The same goes for those in official roles such as police officers, lawyers, judges etc. In this body of work, the topic of Judicial Selection Process will be examined. The court types, the qualifications that judges need to meet, as well as the election process for the individuals who want to serve as an official for the states discussed. Keywords: judges, elections, official, laws, courts Judicial Selection Process: Florida The judicial selection process in the state of Florida goes as follows:... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Illinois, the courts are comprised of the Appellate Division, the Circuit Court and the Supreme Court. These judges are chosen in a partisan election and in order to retain their position have to go through a nonpartisan election and receive at least 60% of the votes to retain their position. Both Supreme and Appellate Judges serve a ten year term and Circuit Court Judges serve a six year term. The Judicial Nominating Commission is not used in the state of Illinois. The qualifications needed to be a judge in the state of Illinois is to be a U.S. Citizen, district resident, and licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois. (Methods of Judicial Selection: Illinois, n.d.) Comparison: Florida v. Illinois In Florida, in order for you to be a judge, you have to have at least 10 years experience as a practicing lawyer in the state for both Supreme and District Judges and at least five years for Circuit Court Judges, you have to be qualified elector, state resident of the county you are running in; as well as agree to the mandatory retirement at the age of 70. Whereas in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Balance Sheet and Points 1. A NSF check should appear in which section of the bank reconciliation? (Points : 2) Addition to the balance per books. Deduction from the balance per bank. Addition to the balance per bank. Deduction from the balance per books.| 2. A consequence of separation of duties is that (Points : 2) theft by employees becomes impossible. operations become extremely inefficient because of constant training of employees. more employees will need to be bonded. theft is still possible when several employees are involved.| 3. Which of the following is not included in the cash disbursements section of a cash budget? (Points : 2) Payments for materials. Payments ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Creates a claim against the maker for the amount of principal only. Is one that is not paid in full within 10 days of maturity.| 14. The following information is related to December 31, 2011 balances. During 2012 sales on account were $145,000 and collections on account were $86,000. Also, during 2012 the company wrote off $8,000 in uncollectible accounts. An analysis of outstanding receivable accounts at year end indicated that bad debts should be estimated at $54,000. The change in the cash realizable value from the balance at 12/31/11 to 12/31/12 was (Points : 2) $50,000 increase. $59,000 increase. $42,000 increase. $51,000 increase.| 15. If a company sells its accounts receivables to a factor (Points : 2) the seller pays a commission to the factor. the factor pays a commission to the seller. there is a gain on the sale of the receivables. the seller defers recognition of sales revenue until the account is collected.| 16. The face value of a note refers to the amount (Points : 2) that can be received if sold to a factor. borrowed plus interest received at maturity from the maker. at which the note receivable is recorded. remaining after a service charge has been deducted.| 17. Net credit sales for the month are $900,000. The accounts receivable balance is $180,000. The allowance is calculated as 5% of the receivables balance ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Writing A Rhetorical Analysis On My Service Learning s... We ve made it to our fourth stop, the snowy mountain of EWP Outcome #4! The aim of this outcome is to develop flexible strategies for revising, editing, and proofreading writing. I believe that my first and third short assignment, and the second major paper will be able to demonstrate my ability to pull from given feedback by instructor and peers to successfully revise in order to produce effective works. 1. The writing demonstrates substantial and successful revision. After receiving the feedback for my first short assignment, I realized that were a lot of revision that needed to be done. For the first short assignment, I was required to write a rhetorical analysis on my service learning s organization website. While I did provide a strong claim which was the purpose of the website is to introduce the organization to the community as a well established agency that helps Asian immigrants with numerous programs, services and advocacy2.The writing responds to substantive issues raised by the instructor and peers, I failed to relate it to the website s usage of rhetorical appeals. In order to produce an effective piece, I decided to revise my work but relating the rhetorical appeals to my original claim, and by providing a more detailed analysis on how they relate. As an example, in my original submission, I only wrote The overall appearance of the website aims to give off an air of professionalism and maturity without providing any further explanation. After a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. World War 1 Turning Point Essay World War 1 or the Great War was a turning point for war in itself and for the people s view of it. Before war was something to be celebrated but the creation of machine guns, gasses, and other horrible creations of the 1910s made war something to be feared by everyone. The assassination of Austrian Prince Archduke Ferdinand by a Serbian Nationalist Gavrilo Princip stirred up tensions leading to World War 1 starting in mid August 1914, which put the Allied powers ( Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy Japan, and in 1917 the United States) against the Central powers ( Germany, Austria Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire). World War 1 lasted 4 years and brought more casualties and wounded that any other war up until that point and a fear of a war of this magnitude ever happening again. The first major battle of the Marne fought on the Western Front to the final battle of the Argonne Forest.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They invaded France on the west through Belgium and invaded Russia on the east creating the Eastern and Western Front. On September6, 1914 British forces confronted the invading German army and started the battle of the Marne. Germany was within 30 miles from Paris and the Allied troops led by Joseph Joffre and forced the Germans north of the Aisne River and both sides dug into trenches and the next three days of fighting would characterize the rest of the war. The battle of the Somme was fought July through November 1916 was the bloodiest battle in a of World War 1 where 1.5 million troops on both sides would die in the battle. During the Somme a Franco British offensive attacked the Germans on the other side of the river with the British taking the north side and the French taking the South side. The Germans were forced to retreat weakened by the battle to new shorter defence ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. The Effects Of Removing Humans From The World s Nuclear... I My Questions What I Already Know, and What I Want to Know Ever since I was young, I ve loved exploring the concept of how things work. This idea can apply to an endless list of things whether it is just a little toy, the most advanced car, or the tallest skyscraper. When I started reading The World Without us by Alan Weisman, my mind was immediately drawn to the question of how some of humans most interesting technology would function without our help. The most fascinating creation that caught my attention turned out to be all the world s nuclear reactors. Though I only have limited background knowledge about the way in which they operate, I have read about what can happen to nuclear reactors even with man s supervision, and I am intrigued to discover the effects of removing humans from the equation. A nuclear powerplant, in a sense, is much like a fossil fueled power plant; water is turned to steam which drives a turbine that creates electricity. The contrast comes in the source of heat. With nuclear power, the heat to create the steam is produced when uraniumatoms split, a process called fission. Under control, this is an ingenious way to create a power supply, however, the repercussions of a slight accident in a nuclear reactor are far worse than an accident in any other power plant. Nuclear power plants are considered far more dangerous than others because of their power source: the element uranium 235. When these atoms are split, they release an abundance of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. NVQA Part 1 Part one the principles and requirements of assessment Understand the principles and requirements of assessment. What is assessment ?| Initially learners are assessed for suitability.Evidence is gathered to provide this information, for example: drivers licence, criminal records bureau disclosure, medical certificate, licences from local authority, evidence of insurance. Are they suited to a customer service based industry? Evidence of any previous qualifications which are relevant and current. i.e. BTEC, NVQ, manual handling and safe lifting practices, customer services training etc. | Explain the functions of assessment in learning and development, the key concepts and principles and responsibilities of the assessor| The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sector skill councils also assemble the National Operating Standards in their respective industry. These standards are an industry agreed matrix of competencies an individual must satisfactorily prove to attain any number of qualifications, such as NVQ s, BTEC awards etc. * Institute for Learning (IfL)IfL is the professional body for teachers, tutors and further education trainers. IfL supports the professional development and excellence of this sector to encourage and support professionals to deliver a consistent high quality learning experience to millions of learners. IfL is responsible for : 1. The registration of teachers. 2. Keeping a record of a teacher s CPD (continuing professional development). 3. Conferring the professional status through the professional formation processes. (that of the educator s registration of intent, applying for, being assessed and moderated for suitability to join the professional body) * HSE Health and SafetyThe skills sector council is responsible for a detailed evaluation of the industry s particular set of information regarding health and safety issues. It is agreed and approved. It ensures a safe working environment for all learners and participants in the training programme to be made aware of relevant issues related to the training environment and their workplace. * Information Commissioners Office (ICO)The Information Commissioner s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Hamlet And The Characters Of Hamlet In Hamlet 1.It is very clear that something is wrong in Denmark in scene 1 because King Hamlet has died. His brother that is now King was the one that murdered him. Prince Hamlet does not like the idea of his uncle becoming King and marrying his mother so soon after his father s death. Something else that let us know something was wrong was Barnardo and Francisco s conversation. They are used to taking turns being a guard so for Barnardo to ask Francisco Who s there (Ham. 1.1.1) let us know that there is someone else besides Francisco around the castle at that time. Come to find out King Hamlethas a ghostthat appears outside the castle that they can see. Since they see a ghost they bring a friend, Horatio, to confirm that this ghost that they are seeing really is King Hamlet. Horatio confirms the ghost by saying Such was the very armour he had on, (Ham. 1.1.59). Prince Hamletnow knows that the ghost is his father but is concerned that he may be haunting the castle to get revenge. I don t personally have some one that represents Claudius character but someone in the media that reminds me of him is Trump. I say this because I think Trump is a good leader because he tries to do what is best for America but because of that I don t think he is a very family man. An example of this is But you must know your father lost a father, That father lost, lost his, and the survivor bound (Ham. 1.1.89 90). He isn t worried about his family as much because he doesn t have much sympathy for Hamlet about losing his father. To me this reminds me of Trump because he doesn t always say things with other people s emotions in mind. 2.In scene 2, we can see that Claudius and Hamlet do not get along. Hamlet does not like that Claudius is just brushing off the king s death and moving right into getting married to Gertrude. Hamlet thinks that Claudius should be more upset about his death considering it was his brother, but he is not. Claudius says to Hamlet how is it that the cloud still hang on you? (Ham. 1.2.66) This line is insinuating that Prince Hamlet is still mourning over his father s death after months have gone by and Claudius doesn t think that he should be. I think that Claudius may have a little good in him because he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Globalization Of The American Style Fast Food Globalization is one of the most popular issues that have been discussed through the world by the sociologist for decades.(James A. D, Dick. P, Yongseok Seo 2006) According to John Tomlinson s (Tomlinson 2006) cognition of globalization. He interprets that: Globalization is a complex process because it involves rapid social change that is occurring simultaneously across a number of dimensions in the world economy, in politics, in communications, in the physical environment and in culture and each of these transformations interact with the others. (p. 1) As far as I am concerned, globalization is happening around daily life. For example, McDonalds, they start from a small restaurant in California to one of the world s leading food service retailers, with more than 35000 restaurants in more than a hundred countries.(McDonald 2014) McDonalds spread the American style fast food worldwide. This can be seen as a globalization of food culture. Since the societies are becoming more and more alike nowadays and leading to a phenomenon known as globalization. Some people afraid that globalization will lead to the loss of cultural identify while some think it can have a good impact on the societies. Based on the bookгЂЉGolden Arches East: McDonald s in East AsiaгЂ‹which indicates the advantages of the food globalization by providing the view that it is not only spreading the food culture but also blending with the locals and the documentaryгЂЉSuper Size
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  • 11. The Effects Of Social Media On Teenagers The Social Media Effect When you were a teenager, did social media impact your life? If not, it certainly has had an impact on the teenagers of America today. Social media has been around for a long time. There are many applications for social media, some of which are Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook. With the rapid evolution of social media, people believe that social media is impacting teenagers in a negative way. However, some believe that there are positive effects. The negative effects of social media on teenagers include poor student performance, lack of sleep, and increased vulnerability. However, before any of these arguments can be talked about, it is important that people know the history of social media. The development of social media started in the 1950 s with commercial computers. This led to the creation of personal computers, which paved the way for the development of e mail. One of the key developments of social media is the cell phone. They evolved into Iphones, which include many features such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. These allow people to communicate anywhere at any time. The first recognizable social network using the same definition as today s Facebook and MySpace sites was SixDegrees.com, launched in 1997. (Amidon Lusted). From this website, MySpace evolved. Chris DeWolfe and Tom Anderson created MySpace. They wanted this site to have fewer rules, and they wanted people to communicate and share music. MySpace led to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. A Joint Venture Between Nora And Sakari The negotiations for a joint venture between Nora and Sakari have been taking place for over two years and 20 meetings. Meeting locations have varied, but have been held in both of the firm s respective countries of Helsinki and KL. So far, the meetings sunk costs in promoting the JV between the two companies are estimated at RM3 million. There are mutual benefits for a cooperative effort. The main benefit for Sakari would be to meet its strategy of expanding R D centres in to South east Asia which is a market of unexploited potential. They would be to meet this strategy if they gained access through Malaysia. Nora s main benefit would be able to fulfill its TMB contract since its bid was reliant on providing Sakari s 4G LTE technology (XX). Despite the benefits that would occur due to the agreement the negotiation efforts failed to reach a JV agreement between the two entities. Some of the major reasons for negotiation failure were due to difference in goals, negotiation and interaction styles, cultural differences and behaviors, and lack of trust. GOALS, NEGOTIATION AND INTERACTION STYLES Their approaches to negotiation and objectives were very different for each party. Nora went in with an integrative negotiation strategy since they had already won their bid based on using Sakari s 4G technology and having a successful agreement would be important in fulfilling the contract with TGMXX. The were interested in creating a win win situation. On the other hand Sakari s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Essay on Avian Influenza and Its Expected Ramifications Over the past fifteen years H5N1 influenza (also known as Avian Flu or Bird Flu) has become a common topic of speculation and debate worldwide, causing quite a bit of confusion about its possible impacts on our society. At this point in time it is generally recognized by the international medical community that Avian Flu is bound to become a pandemic, most likely within the next ten years. Research on Avian Flu and its effects have led many scholars to make grave predictions of major global turmoil while a small portion of medical scientists remain skeptical, believing we will have enough time to thoroughly prepare for the outbreak. The one thing that nearly all health professionals seem to agree upon is that the avian flu will surely... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are many different types of flu, categorized most broadly by influenza A, B, and C strains. They are further classified by genetic differences represented by H and N. Seasonal flus are either type A or B and classified by H3N2, swine flu (a flu strain you may remember by the media stir it caused in 2009) is type A and H1N1, and avian flu is type A and H5N1. Type A flu strains are considered to be the most severe and are usually the only type of influenza that can cause a pandemic. On paper the avian flu may seem like the flu strains that we experience every year, but H5N1 is certainly unique. The first reason for this is that research has suggested that for currently idiopathic reasons the avian flu seems to have a predisposition to mutation, enabling it to rapidly create new strains that may be more dangerous, more contagious, or even resistant to antibiotics (which has already been observed in at least one case of an infected Vietnamese teenager). The reason avian flu has not yet caused any major outbreaks is because right now the virus is unable to be transmitted from human to human, only from bird to bird or bird to human. With such a high tendency to mutate, it is only a matter of time before the avian flu mutates into a strain that can be transmitted between ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Frederick Douglass Turning Points Turning points are events in a text where a pivotal change takes place and makes an impact on the protagonist and the story. There are always a turning point in stories like The Monkey s Paw when the family heard about the tragedy that happened to Herbert, they felt responsible and had to endure the consequences. In The Narrative Of Frederick Douglass there were several points in the text that impacted and affected Fredericks life drastically. There were many significant points in Fredericks life that had changed him abruptly for the better or for the worse. For example , there was a certain point in the text where Frederick decided to fight Covey because he was tired of getting tortured by him. Covey would physically abuse Douglass by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Lgbt LGBT Rights LGBT RIGHTS: ON THE USA AND BRAZIL 2 Introduction Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) issues have continuously triggered debates and controversies among various individual s across the globe. The rising concerns leading to the differences in opinions regarding LGBT emanate from the point of perceptions, cultural beliefs, religious values and political basis. Due to the dynamics of not accepting the existence of the LGBT peop le by some individuals in their communities, the LGBTs have found it hard to express themselves freely and enjoy equal rights just like a regular citizen should (Dolan, 2013). For instance, in the United States, the LGBT patients did not have visitation rights until a directive from the Whitehouse was issued. In some communities, extreme measures have been taken against individuals suspected to be lesbians or gays. Because of the way the public view the LGBT people, it is disheartening and traumatizing for most of them to come out and express themselves openly. Some have been forced to lead double standards. However, the situation has changed in different nations and states in America where laws and policies have been developed to support and protect the LGB T community. As a minority group, the LGBT community has struggled over the years to have their rights respected. Despite the existing disagreements surrounding the LGBT rights, several states in the United States of America and Brazil among others have demonstrated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Art Building 1943-59 This essay will inform the contrasts of two very important art galleries built 9 years apart. The Guggenheim, 1943 59, was built solely for Solomon R, Guggenheim to exhibit his collection of both modern and contemporary art from around the world. This building in New York was said to be one of the architect s most important public projects , the architect being Frank Lloyd Wright. The building that will be put into contrast with the Guggenheim is the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, 1962 68. Mies Van der Rohe was asked to design this new gallery during the modernism period in an act to revive the city of Berlin after the war as part of Kultureforum , a development of new cultural institutions . The Guggenheim museum in New York is unlike any other art gallery/ museum in the world. Its round, top heavy shape is something like no other and Wright prided himself on this artistic integrity1. The section of the Guggenheim, shown in Figure 3, shows that the main exhibition spaces are ramped from the top floor all the way down to the ground floor. This was a very... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The reason he did this was to distinguish the museum from every other tall building that created the then skyline of New York. To do this, he showed the building on an entire block with an apartment building on the left and a ramp on the right and inbetween the two, offices and museum work facilities7. Figure 5 shows the revised plan for the Guggenheim. The Public and private spaces can be clearly differentiated through the thick walls and large, open spaces. Such examples are the main entrance located in the centre of the bottom of the plan and the main gallery space which are both open spaces exposed to the public whereas the studios on the outer walls of the gallery are smaller and shut in with thick ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Ozone Pollution Essay The Effects of Ozone Pollution The term ozone has appeared in numerous magazine and newspaper articles and has been a subject of discussion on both radio and television. Despite all the publicity surrounding this term, however, many people are still confused by it. The confusion arises from the fact that ozone is both beneficial and harmful. We know that the ozone layer in the upper atmosphereacts as a filter for the sun s ultraviolet rays, reducing the amount of radiation that reaches the earth s surface. At ground level, though, high concentrations of ozone can be harmful. The Ozone Layer Ozone gas forms a layer all around the earth high in the stratosphere. It serves as a vital and effective protective barrier from the sun s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When levels are high, people at risk should take simple precautions: Stay indoors as much as possible. Limit outside activities to the early morning hours or after sunset. Ozone levels tend to go down with the sun. Refrain from exercising or working vigorously outdoors when levels are high. Stay away from high traffic areas, and avoid exercising near these areas at all times. Carpool or use public transportation to help reduce the amount of harmful emissions in the air that contribute to the production of ozone. Avoid using gasoline powered lawn equipment or other gasoline powered tools. Big Differences The distinction between the two ozone issues В— the beneficial ozone layer versus ozone pollution В— is extreme. The ozone layer in the stratosphere needs to be protected. By the same token, ozone produced by the effects of sunlight on air pollutants must be reduced. Controlling air pollution will help solve both of these problems, thereby benefiting our health and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. No Face Movie Sociology Perhaps the best example of the negative views on society come when the character, No Face, shows up. He is normal when Chihiro meets him outside of the bathhouse. Later in the film, as he is let into the bathhouse, he offers money to the spirits, revealing an incredible amount of greed from them. What is interesting is that the spirits were so harsh toward Chihiro for being human, probably because they used to have jobs as spirits but due to human nature they now work at the bathhouse. This causes the spirits to then reflect human nature themselves. Again, it goes back to what man has created, and in the bathhouse the spirits draw many parallels with the business man. No Face then starts to eat people, and becomes very obsessed with... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This can be interpreted very deeply. Chihiro left the door open in the bathhouse for No Face. She was a human, opening the door (literally) to a seemingly unsuspecting free spirit to society. Society drove No Face crazy, and his obsession could represent his resentment toward the source of his transformation, in this case Chihiro, the human. As human caused the problem, Chihiro takes responsibility for letting him in, and makes the comment that the bathhouse (society) makes him crazy. No Face represents the extreme end of the negativities in society, such as the rise of mental disorders, depression, suicide, etc. Chihiro shows the female s ability to empathize, allowing her to refrain from violence yet still solving the problem. Miyazaki presented the issue, and resolved it in an alternative way, with a character that is the paradox of feminism ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Boston Marathon Bombing Essay Boston Marathon Bombing On April 15, 2013 during the Boston Marathon in Copley Square, two bombs exploded near the finish line killing at least three and injuring over 170 people. This bombing sent the nation in an uproar and it was immediately recognized as a terrorist attack. When the Federal Bureau of Investigation took over, a few days later a surveillance video and photographs of the two suspects were released. After the suspects were named, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, the violence began. On Thursday, April 18, three days after the attack, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer, Sean A. Collier, was found dead in his vehicle near the MIT campus. According to police, that same night, two... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It also struck me when I saw that they had planned another bombing in New York, this interested me especially since it is so close to home. Now there are reports that the attack was supposed to be done on the Fourth of July. This raises curiosity about security during the holiday and if we will all be safe. I believe that everyone, at the time, was worried about there safety and anyone would have chose this topic to do research on since it was still in the public eye. I learned quite a bit about the psychological impact of the Boston Marathon Bombing. After researching the effects, I realized how much trauma these innocent people went through during a moment that was supposed to be joyous. People that were healthy and filled with life were either severely injured or had there life taken away by a senseless act. Some of the injured victims will never be able to walk again, others, never able to see their loved ones again. Martin Richard, an 8 year old boy whose life was taken during the attack, will never get to see his family one more time. The amount of grief the Tsarnev brothers caused can never be taken back and it has left a psychological effect on the viewers and the victims runners, adults and children. Viewers across the nation are affected by the social media causing stress on the subject by bombarding the public with media stories, rumors and a sense of mass panic . Victims have to relive that horrible moment because the media wants to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Essay about A Comparison of Frankenstein 1994 to... A Comparison of Frankenstein 1994 to Frankenstein 1957 Over the past hundred years, Mary Shelley s novel, Frankenstein has been read worldwide, by many different audiences. In the original novel, the creature is given life by Frankenstein, and then he stretches out his arm to see if Frankenstein will accept him as a son. Whereas in the 1957 film he is in a box full of water, and is wrapped in bandages. The creature tries to strangle Frankenstein until he is stopped by Paul. In contrast, the 1994 film portrays the birth differently; Frankenstein is seen running around his lab and is all sweaty and dirty. Once the creature is alive he falls on the floor into all the liquid and he and Frankenstein ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The director of the 1994 film made the lab realistic, by making the lab dirty and showing all sorts of scientific instruments. He also makes Frankenstein take his shirt off, get dirty and really get stuck into the birth of the monster, this suggests that he seems to want to be part of the creation more than in the 1957 version. Also in this film Frankenstein is studying at the university of Ingolstadt and in one scene we see peasants fleeing the city because of an outbreak of a disease. This is something which is not used in the 1957 version. In contrast the 1957 film s director chooses to make Frankenstein wear a suit and work in a very stereotypical lab. Although the 1994 film chooses to use a wider environment, this film decides to use gothic horror, which the other film doesn t, they do this by using lightening when the creature is born. In the 1957 film Frankenstein is portrayed as a posh, snobby and self obsessed this is show by the house he lives in, his servants and the fact that he is always in his lab working on his creation. Good friends like Paul fall out with him because of his creation, Frankenstein is so driven he doesn t care that his best friend has left. In comparison the 1994 film chooses to show Frankenstein as a man that is driven, falls out with Clerval and Elizabeth, but he makes up with them, even though they don t know about the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Recipe Of Vanilla Spice Prize Candle As the leaves start to change and the temperature drops we find ourselves with a strong desire to bake something yummy. Our Smoked Bourbon aka Caramel Vanilla Spice Prize Candle inspired us to wipe up a vanilla bean cake with vanilla bourbon frosting and a caramel spiced latte. Cake Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup butter, softened 1 vanilla bean, scraped 1 1/2 cups sugar 4 large egg whites 1 cup milk 1/4 cup bourbon Frosting Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups (2 1/2 sticks) butter, softened 1 vanilla bean, scraped 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon whipping cream 2 tablespoons bourbon 3 cups powdered sugar Cake Directions: 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees 2. Spray three 8 inch cake pans with nonstick spray and line them with parchment paper ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In a bowl, combine flour, baking powder, and salt 4. In a large bowl beat butter on medium high speed until smooth and creamy. Add vanilla bean seeds and mix until they re evenly distributed 5. Add the sugar and mix until completely incorporated and fluffy 6. Add the eggs whites and mix until just combined 7. Add half of the flour mixture and half of the milk to the butter/sugar mixture 8. Mix on medium speed until combined. Repeat with the second half 9. Add cake batter to the pans, 10. Bake for 19 21 minutes, or until slightly browned on top 11. Let cake layers cool 12. Once cake is cool, brush 1/4 cup bourbon over the top of each layer. Frosting Directions: 1. In a bowl, mix butter on medium high speed until smooth and creamy. Add vanilla bean seeds and mix until they re evenly spread throughout 2. Add salt, whipping cream, and bourbon. Mix until combined
  • 22. 3. Add powdered sugar one cup at a time, mixing well 4. Mix on medium speed for another minute 5. Spread frosting over cake layers, and over the cake Latte Ingredients: 3/4 cup hot ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Globalization And Westernization In Turkey Has Turkey adopted both Western and Islamic principles? Westernization is the social process of becoming familiar with or converting to the customs and practices of Western Civilization. It is the accepting of western ideas in the fields of science, technology, philosophy, and other social materialistic aspects of life. However, Islamis the submission to the will of God. Unlike westernization, Islam is a spiritual practice, therefore, has its own unique identity, culture, and principles of social life. Since the day of independence, Turkey has always aligned itself with the western world. Only until recently, under the Justice and development party led by Recep Erdogan Turkey is starting to practice and meddle in the affairs of the Middle East. What has lead Turkey to dramatically shift its policy? How big of a role has the sense of identity play in this matter? This paper will argue that although the population of Turkey is predominantly Muslim, it also represents a secular state with western style democracy. It plays a critical geopolitical role since it is in the center of Europe and the Middle East. It is also the revival of an identity the Islamist feared had been overshadowed by the West and the Western culture. Therefore, in today s globalized world, Turkey plays a vital role in complying both Islamic and western ideals to appeal to both of the civilizations. Islamists in Turkey are departing from their conventional positions of anti western stance and are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Mosquito Flying Optimization ( Mfo ) Mosquito Flying Optimization (MFO) Subtitle as needed (paper subtitle) Md. Alauddin, Assistant Professor, Deptt. of Petroleum Studies, AMU, Aligarh, India Abstract This is a new optimization algorithm which mimic the behavior of mosquito to find a hole in mosquito net, if any. Both the flying and sliding motion of the mosquito have been modelled and incorporated in the algorithm. The algorithm was tested for global minima on different type of benchmark functions of various dimension and modality. Namely Gramacy Lee, Ackley, Rastrigin, Rosenbrock, Griewank and Schwefel functions of one, two, five, ten and thirty dimensions. The experiment was done with thirty different seeds generated randomly for each function and dimension. The algorithm was found to be efficient, convergent and accurate. Keywords Evolutionary algorithm, MFO, PSO, GA, ACO, Benchmark optimization function I: Introduction Optimization can be defined as the search for the best possible solution(s) to a given problem. For this, there are a number of optimization techniques both conventional and new meta heuristics. The conventional methods are gradient based which are although quite faster in convergence, but are not applicable for discontinuous, non differentiable and complex multimodal functions. These techniques have limitations to find the global optima and have general tendency to stuck at local optima as they start with a single point. Hence there are exhaustive search methods to tackle ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Macbeth Movie Vs Play Macbeth is a play about a Scottish general (Macbeth) who receives a prophacy from three witches that states that one day, he wil become the king of Scotland. This makes Macbeth power hungry so he decides to murder the current king of Scotland, Duncan. As people grow more and more suspicious of who killed Duncan, Macbethis forced to commit more murders in order to protect himself from being exposed. This leads to him becoming filled with paranoia and guilt, which ultimately is his major downfall. Shakespeare wrote this play in 1606 to make people realize that excessive ambition can have terrible consequences. Both the play and the movie incorporate murders into telling the story of Macbeth, but they do so in different ways. Shakespeare made ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Macbeth was so focused on becoming king that he wanted to eliminate any threat that came his way. The three witches had warned him to watch out for Macduff, so Macbeth decided to kill him. Not knowing that Macduff had fled to England with Malcolm, Macbeth sent hired servents to go kill Macduff. When they realized that Macduff was not there, they decided to kill his family instead to prove the point that Macbeth is not afraid of Macduff. In the play, Macbeth is not present during the murder of Macduff s family but in the movie he is. This was probably the biggest difference between the Macduff family murder in both versions of the story. Another big difference was that in the play when Ross told Macduff that his family had been viciously slaughtered, Macduff did not seem phased at all. He was not very upset, just a little mad. In the movie however, Macduff nearly dies himself when he hears the news that his family had been killed. They made it this way in the movie to make it more dramatic and suspensful to watch. Another major difference in this scene is that in the play, the son of Lady Macduff says Thou liest, thou shag haired villian! (Macbeth 4.2.80). After he yells this at the murderer, the murderer stabs him to death. In the movie, the son never says this and it never shows him getting stabbed. The movie did this to give the audience a chance to envision what the murder was like on their own. The three big differences in the murder of Macduff s family is Macbeth was part of the actual murder in the movie and not the play, Macduff does not get very emotional in the play but he does in the movie, and the movie does not show the son getting stabbed while the book ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Analysis of the Opening Sequence of the Simpsons Essay Analysis of the Opening Sequence of the Simpsons Matt Groening changed television forever when he brought animation back to primetime with this immortal nuclear family. It was first screened on 14th January 1990 and it has become one of the world s most famous cartoon as it always captured a regular audience of 24 million each week. It has also established itself as an award winning international pop culture phenomenon. It is the longest running sitcom of all time and it is also one of the most literate television programs on the air. It contains many references to subject matter and scholars from various academic fields. It also contains over a hundred instances of mathematic ranging ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The school where Bart Simpson does his detention and writes silly quotes on the board with the chalk, For example: No one wants to hear about my sciatica , I can t see dead people , I did not win the Nobel Fart Prize , I have neither been there nor done that , etc... The music store is where Lisa goes and looks for some music equipment as she is fascinated by music equipments and musicians. She is also in the school music team and a saxophonist. T.V store in which Bart like to miss around as he is known as a naughty boy! The shopping centre which Marge Simpson goes with Maggie does her shopping for her family and buys food We learn that Homer works in a nuclear power station in which he makes radioactive metals. He drops it while he was on his way home which means that he is careless and stupid! He nearly got ran over by a car which means he is clumsy and got a slow reflex action. We also learn that he is a slacker who is completely unqualified for his job. We also learn that he is a pig when it comes to food!! Marge Simpson doesn t appear a lot in the opening sequence as she only appears twice. First time is when she was shopping with little Maggie and funnily Maggie got scanned. The second time she appeared was when the whole family gathered around the sofa to watch T.V. which means that she is a good ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Essay about The Virginian Revolution Virginia s way to the American Revolution Woody Holton. Forced Founders: Indians, Debtors, Slaves and the Making of the American Revolution in Virginia. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999. In his book Forced Founders В– Indians, Debtors, Slaves and the Making of the American Revolution in VirginiaWoody Holton tries to give a В… study of some (not all) of the causes (not the effects) of Virginia s Revolution. He argues that the Virginia elite were important as leaders of the Independence movement, but were also powerfully influenced by other forces such as British merchants, Indians, farmers and slaves. Woody Holton argues that the Virginia gentrywas influenced by those four groups, and that the gentry was even ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The gentry of Virginia was not pleased with this decision, since they invested in the land and were now legally hindered to sell it. Other settlers, like squatters, just settled there, but the gentry had to respect the resolution of their own Privy Council. So they started to petition the Council, but without success. Holton argues that the Indians were able to influence the British government to a certain point not to allow American settlers to settle in the Ohio Valley, because the British simply did not want to spend money for British troops that would eventually have to protect the settlers from Indian assaults. They hoped to prevent a new costly war in America. The problem for the gentry was that В… the Virginia Executive Council had no choice but to void the hundreds of surveys that had been done for Virginia speculators and to put a halt to further surveying. This setback only intensified the speculators effort to persuade the government to let them have Kentucky and the adjacent region. But the British government did not repeal the act. This caused many of the gentry s members who speculated for land in Kentucky to be displeased and lose a great deal of money. Holton gives numerous examples of gentry members that were affected by these circumstances, including Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. The tobacco growers are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Sea Dragons, a Marine Fish Essay Did you see that? Looking in the sea of the south and west tropical coast of Austria a diver observing very closely in the sea can easily miss this genital, well camouflaged marine fish in plain sight, the sea dragon. Although they are very similar to the seahorse, sea dragons are quite different in amazing ways and are divided into two diverse genus and species, Phycodurus eques (Leafy Sea Dragons) and Phyllopteryx taeniolatus (Weedy Sea Dragons). Here you will learn about the taxonomic classification (Kingdom, Phylums/Division, Class, Order, Family Genus, Species), physical characteristics/ biology, habitat, ecology, and much more. Let us examine this creature more closely. Directing your attention toward the taxonomy of sea dragons ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, like seahorses they have a horse like head and a fused jaw(National Geographic). On the other hand there are differences and both sea dragons take on the appearance of seaweed and kelp to blend in with their habitat. The leafy seadragon, phycodurus eques have appendages that are leaf like in appearance, ranging from different sizes along its head, body, and tail. Spaking of size, a adult leafy seadragon can reach a lighth of 20 24cm(8 10 inches) in some cases up to 35cm(1.1ft) in total length ; this is impressive size for a marine fish in the syngnathidae family, but is smaller than its close cousin, the weedy dragon ,which averages 30cm and can reach up to 45cm (1.5ft)( PRIMEFACT). Although their appendages are not used for locomotion, using small, transparent pectoral fins, which are located on the neck, and a dorsal fin that run along the seadragon s back are used to make tiny movements through the water columnv(Yankalilla). Also extending from their hard bony plated body are long sharp spines that can serve for defense purposes (Mlssa). Concerning leafy seadragons color it is said that in shallow water they are yellow brown or greenish with dark pink rib bands and green brown pronounced leafy appendages; in deeper water, those that live there are dark brown to burgundy red. In contrast the weedy seadragon, Phyllopteryx taeniolatus, is usually reddish in color with yellow spots. Their boney plated, long, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Walter White Was A Good Man By American Society s Standards In recent years, a New Yorker artist posted a caricature that depicted a cop speaking with an inmate saying I am neither a good cop nor a bad cop, Jerome. Like yourself, I am a complex amalgam of positive and negative personality traits that emerge or not, depending on the circumstances (Stevens, 2007). Being diagnosed with incurable cancer, Walter White began his metamorphosis from an outstanding citizen into an egotistical drug lord. He was a good man who was led to commit immoral choices due to the situation he was put in. Throughout the series, society judges Walter, some say he is a hero for doing the things he did for the greater good of his family whilst others, justify his actions. Although wrong to judge people for committing unlawful or immoral acts in a stressful situation, it is required in order to keep society from collapsing. Walter White was a good man by American society s standards, he studied at California Technical Institute and obtained a degree in chemistry. Through Walter s works, he was awarded with a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his achievements in the determination of crystal structures. He met his wife a few years later and had his first born son. Even though Walter had great success working in chemistry, he became a high school teacher, a job that did not pay enough and was driven to work a second job in a carwash. A day after Walter had turned 50, he collapsed while working at the car wash, an ambulance was called and he was taken reluctantly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Source B Or Source C More About The Achievement Of The... 2. Study Sources B and C. Do you trust Source B or Source C more about the achievements of the WSPU (the Suffragettes)? Use details of the sources and your knowledge to explain your answer. There are two sources we have to compare and analyse, each corresponding to the impact First World War had on Britain. Source B is an extract taken from an interviewed Suffragist for a television programme, whilst source C is a letter addressed to the members of WSPU by Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst. As far as we are concerned, the two sources are from feminists, who were fighting for the same cause, but in different manners. The first source dates in the 1960s, which means that it is 50 years later than the period of time when suffrage triumphed and the women ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Does this source prove that the Suffragists were effective campaigners? Use details of the source and your knowledge to explain the answer. In Source D, we are presented to a photograph of the offices of the Oldham branch of the NUWSS during a by election in Oldham in 1911, before the beginning of the war. Oldham is large town in Manchester, which means that the feminist influence had begun to distribute throughout England, gaining support from all the women that belonged in different classes of society. This photograph even displays the well managed organization of their campaigns, as they have managed to transmit their idea to women of all ages in different places. Since the photo was taken in Oldham, it means that the message is addressed to working class women. We can understand that even from the heading that reads Bread winner, Tax payer . The Suffragettes were finding new innovative methods of attracting the audience by making their campaign relatable and approachable, which is an effective tactic to gain an audience. By 1909 the WSPU had branches all over the country and published a newspaper called Votes for Women which sold 20,000 copies each week. The NUWSS was also flourishing, with a rising membership and an efficient nation wide ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The UN and Peace Keeping Missions Essay After the final defeat of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, many people believed that the establishment of New League of Nations was the key to peace and security. In 24th October 1945, 46 nations from around the world gathered in San Francisco to create UN (United Nations), replacing League of Nation. United Nationswas build in an aim to maintain international law, to develop friendly relations among nations, to achieve international co operation and to promote peace and security. In this essay, I will explore how to tell if something is a state or government, explain the structure of UN, contrast different examples of a policy area in which UN has effective authority and another area in which UN has nominal authority, and show how... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The general has the power to express his opinions to the security council if he thinks the matter in concern may be against international peace and security. Generally, his role is to use utilize his power to prevent international dispute from arising, escalating and spreading. The security council is at the core of the United Nations with the primary responsibility for the maintenance of peace and security. With 15 members, security council provides a forum to address important issues. Among the 15 members, 5 are the permanent members: China, France, England, Russia and the United States. These permanent members have veto power, allowing them executive power over decisions. The other non permanent members are elected by the general assembly for two year term. The roles of the security council is to determine the existence of threat, to call upon its members to solve the issue by peaceful means and to recommend methods of adjustment. The security council has the power to resort to imposing sanctions. Moreover, it has the authority to use its forces to maintain international peace and security. After World War 2, instead of executing the war criminals who were responsible for the Holocaust, they were tried in a court with genuine trials. This idea of the international justice shaped the new world order. International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the main judicial organization of the UN with a broad range of responsibilities. It was established to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Should Eyewitnesses Be Allowed To Privilege In Court Quick! Look over there something suspicious is happening! Just a little later, you re being called into court to testify on the event. But, what can you remember and what is your mind playing tricks? Based on the facts below, one can come to the conclusion that, eyewitnesses should not be allowed to testify in court because witnessoften can t correctly remember the event and, there is no way to test the validity of statements. This can throw off the whole trial. One can come to this conclusion because; witnesses can t remember, there is no way to test validity, the human brain shifts things around, witnesses often put personal input, witnesses statements have a lot of weight, outside influences affect testimonies, and innocent people are often... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Witness, Allison Dorsett in the Nothing But the Truth, says that lots of the kids were talking about the case, the other kids could have affected have testimony (Avi 151) The other kids weren t there when the event took place so, there opinions shouldn t effect the witness testimony. This could change the validity of the witness. Often, the police want the case to be closed so, they push the witnesses to give them the answers they want to get the case over with. (The Week 4)Rushing the witness could affect the whole case because they are pressured to change the testimony, making it invalid. More evidence shows that, There are no national policies guiding the police how to collect witness evidence (Azar 2)Not having any guidance could change the validity of the evidence because it could have been carelessly collected. On top of that, Pennsylvania does not allow the defendants to explain the effects of false witnesses (Azar 4)There are more negatives to eye witness than there are positives and the jury should be educated on this. Often, people are incorrectly identified for a crime they didn t commit. More often than not, witness incorrectly identify someone (The Week 1)This means that, more often than not, people go to a court for a crime they didn t commit. Whether they did it or not, people with psychological disorders are more likely to be convicted of someone by a witness (Arkowitz 2)Being convicted of something should be based on facts and the validity should be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Media Tourism Of Sherlock Holmes Museum Media Tourism of Sherlock Holmes Museum The Sherlock Holmes Museum is a museum run by a private organisation in London, England. It is dedicated to the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and was opened to the public in 1990. The building is located on Baker Street and its number is 221B. It has the permission of the City of Westminster1 to display this door number even though the buildings either side number 237 and 241. The location of the museum is close to the end of Baker Street in the centre of London. The museum is a Georgian townhouse formerly used as a boarding house between 1860 and 1936, coincidently covering the period 1881 1904. According to the novels and short stories by Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Before the creation of the Sherlock Holmes Museum, fans of the detective could only enjoy the fan culture of Sherlock Holmes by reading the stories and watching filmed dramatisations. The Sherlock Holmes Museum offers fans the opportunity to have a liminal experience with the fictional story. This is an example of media culture turning into media industry and the museum is doing very well. It is currently one of the most popular tourist destinations in London (Urry, J ,2000). The Sherlock Holmes Museum was built for the purpose of making money. At the beginning, the founder of the museum had a plan to develop the tourist industry. As a result, everything in this museum has been designed to match tourists preferences. I can provide a personal example. I visited the museum myself and read the letters that the museum has received from Sherlock Holmes fans. The museum staff told me that these fans wanted to write letters to Sherlock Holmes but have no true address to post the letters to, so they address their letters to the museum. I discovered an interesting pattern when reading the letters: many were from Japanese, Korean and Chinese fans. The grammar used by these Asian fans is extremely good, their command of the English language almost as good as that of a native speaker. I believe that the museum targets tourists from Asian countries such as China, Japan, Korea and so on, which is why they present the museum as a popular ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Causes And Effects Of Alcoholism Cause and effects of Alcoholism Alcoholism has become prevalent throughout time in History. This affliction has brought about several negative effects to the users as well as America s society in general. Such effects include brain damage or organ failure, separation from family and eventually death. It is not easy to tell if a person abuses alcohol until much later. Alcohol abusecalls for total attention because of the violence related risks it symbolizes in society. Despite alcohol s acute harmful consequences, people have continued to abuse alcohol and become addicts. Alcohol related problems are associated with several factors in establishing the effect that alcoholism has on individuals, family relations, and the public. Alcohol abuse imposes profound suffering to individuals and family members, which may contribute to conflicts, domestic violence, child neglect, irresponsibility, and immaturity, as well as many other overall health problems. Many people venture towards alcohol which in turn leads up to alcoholism. This occurs due to their influence from others, whether it be from, their peers, friends, or family members. According to Tom Price recognizes in his article, Alcohol Abuse. , children who live in a family with people who abuse alcohol have a natural inclination to abuse alcohol themselves, and begin drinking thus predisposing them to abuse alcohol. Alcohol abuse is thought to be useful in relieving stress. When people are mentally depressed, they try ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Bill Cosby Biography If I could add a person to the book of black history, it would be Bill Cosby. His importance to the African American history is vastly underestimated. He s more than a comedian. He s more than an entertainer. He is a trailblazer whose accomplishments will forever be encrypted into the African American culture. Bill Cosby was among the first blacks to rise in entertainment. He made millions laugh and his passion ignited something more than just a new era of comedy. His shows were not just for a comical view. It taught independence, individuality, equality, and educated the nation on the importance of knowledge. For example, in his hit television broadcast The Cosby Show , it spoke to racism and class in the 1980s. Bill Cosby did something ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In spite of the poor decisions he has made, he is a wonderful man who created benefits and time after time has exposed the truth to many white and African Americancommunities. It is because of his consciousness to the system that many Americans are aware of the faults in our system. The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America states One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Be perspective of what goes on in our world. There is no liberty and justice for all yet. Cosby raised awareness and is just as essential to black history timeline as any other civil rights leader. Hopefully, in today s society, we will come to appreciate all the great accomplisments this man has ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The House Of Sand And Fog Summary Riain Flynn21 September 2014 Amstud periods 2 3 What Happens When Dreams Collide? In The House of Sand and Fog, by Andre Dubus III, there are an infinite amount of possible outcomes when dreams collide, but overall not everybody can have his/her dreams fulfilled, unless there is a compromise to which all parties can agree upon, but only one can get what they came for, and the characters in the story do not come to this conclusion. This idea is expanded upon throughout the story of House and Sand and Fog when we get two people, Kathy Nicolo, and Colonel Behrani who have their dreams intertwine. They both do not ever come to a compromise that can satisfy the both of them, but instead it leads to nobody achieving their dream. Kathy Nicolo is upset at the fact that she had lost her home because of unpaid taxes, and tries to reclaim her house from the family who currently has legal possession of the house, which leads to utter chaos instead of compromise.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lester is an officer of the law and he is not very happy with his married life. When he meets Kathy he falls in love and is willing to help her in any way he can after she explains her current situation. This leads to Lester getting out of control and he breaks into the house, and pulls a gun on Behrani. Behrani then says Moments have passed since Lester V. Burdon pressed to my flesh his loaded weapon, yet still I am feeling it against my skin and it is no effort to imagine the large caliber bullet tearing through my head like a missile, and I want only to kill this man who has broken into our home to do this after we saved the gendeh s pitiful life. (Dubus III, 273). Lester s authority and what he thinks is right leads him to lose his vision of the lines of right and wrong and he ends up having blood on his hands only so he could do what he thinks is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Importance Of Commercial Broadcasting In this essay I will be discussing whether public servicing broadcasting (PSB) is still relevant in 2017? I will be giving positives and negative views to come to a reasonable conclusion in which PSB is relevant. Public broadcasting is radio, television and other electronic media outlets, which are all trying to do the same job, which is entertain the viewers in other words public service. In majority of the world funding comes from the government through annual fees. Public broadcasting comes in two was locally or nationally depending on the country and station you are tuned into. In a few countries of the world public broadcasting is ran by a single organization but on the other hand there are many public broadcasting in other countries which cater to lots of different audiences with having different language shows. Commercial broadcasting Commercial broadcasting (private broadcasting) is the broadcasting of television programs and radio programming by privately owned corporate media, as opposed to state sponsorship. Commercial broadcasting now exists in most of the countries around the world, the influence of this means the number of public broadcasting has declined substantially during the latter part of the 20th century. This means public service broadcasting must do something significantly if they are to survive in the television industry. All commercial broadcasters are funded by TV adverts. Brands buy slots during commercial break looking for. Brands have to pay TV ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Resist Much, Obey Little Resist Much, Obey Little Kenneth M. Price asserts that Walt Whitman is a foundational figure in American culture. This statement certainly holds true, as the transcendental father of free verse gained his place as one of the 19th century s greatest American writers after self publishing his most renowned work, Leaves of Grass, multiple times, each time with added pieces and revisions of previous ones. The novel, inclusive of his widely recognized poem Song of Myself , composed of fifty two sections, is considered an American landmark in literature. The collection offers profound, universal ideas dealing with significant transcendental concepts such as self love, nonconformity within a society, the ideas that God exists within everything and beyond, and that true comprehension of life involves true appreciation of nature. Prior to his rapid gain of literary recognition, Whitman volunteered as a nurse for the Civil War for three years. His experiences at the hospital inspired numerous poetry and prose pieces, and he soon became certain that he could construct more pieces out of his life changing encounters with wounded soldiers. Walt Whitmans distinct style and technique presented in his work always leads back to the highly significant transcendental principle of nonconformity. A major theme that Walt Whitman conveys throughout his work is that experience is more important than education. One way in which Whitman demonstrates this idea is in When I Heard the Learn d ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Rules Regulating Nutrition I believe their should be rules regulating health and nutrition in schools. if I were a school official I would make the rules more lenient. I would make getting a fruit or vegetable mandatory, but I would let you choose the serving and choose only what you want to eat. there is no point in forcing foodon children it would just waste money. I believe making it mandatory to take a fruit and vegetable a day in school lunches influences everyday life . have you ever remembered eating something so good and you would want to eat it at home so you go buy it from your local supermarket and purchase it. it could be the same circumstance at school.If the school served vegetarian lasagna that day and you thought it was amazing and you crave it at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Essay on In The In The In The Knight, the knight is an epitome of human society, yet his appearance doe not portray his true self. Do you agree? In Adrienne Rich s poem The Knight, the reader is given a brief yet profound insight into the deceiving nature of humans; how we give a calm, collected front full of light and purity, yet beneath the surface we are in truth dark and inevitably mortal. The Knight portrays what every man, woman and child must inevitably decide on: to expose their true face or to hide behind a false mask to please others. The initial line A knight rides into the noon evokes a sense that the knight, a chivalrous and pure being, is riding gallantly into the noon, where the sun s brightness is at its apex. When... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The knight s only animate part of himself is his eye ; the rest is iron or steed. His body is a lump of bitter jelly set in a metal mask , in other words a slob in an iron panoply set upon a mount. His shining appearance gives the illusion that the knight is a shining example of medieval society; a pinnacle to aspire to, fit, mighty and strong. The reality is completely opposite; inside he is a quivering pile of fat, robed with rags and tatters which clothe him beneath the metal suit. The knight is no different from any other man, the battle wears his nerves to ribbons despite his radiant appearance. He is nervous about the outcome of the battle, whether he will live to charge gloriously into battle once again. Despite his steely skin, the knight is little different from the lower classes of society, poor, almost naked and mortal. The knight cannot avoid the one fate that envelops all mankind with his pure appearance, his fraudulent true self cannot be covered fancifully with wooing society. Rich portrays a sense that although we all can all wear masks to cover our true natures; we cannot hide forever behind this false front. If an enemy unhorse[s] this rider and frees him between the walls of iron , what will become of the knight? His pure, chivalrous, fake mask might be shattered and his true stout nature will be revealed to all, his coveted emblems crushing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. When Students Should Declare Their Major When Students Should Declare their Major The post millennial generation has a lot more to consider when choosing a future career than past generations. Students graduating from high school come from a place with strict rules and an inflexible syllabus. These students are only now given the freedom to think for themselves and to discover who they are, what their skills are and what they are passionate about. It is more beneficial for students to establish a foundation in an array of disciplines before declaring a major. A foundation is defined as the basis or groundwork of anything. (Dictionary.com, LLC) Since youth (the average first or second year studentis about 18 to 20 years old) have developing minds that change continuously, thus their interests will change according to who they are at that given time. The cost of living has become unaffordable, causing most people to start or end their lives later than planned. Even if a student graduates from a high end university with an impressive degree it may guarantee absolutely nothing in today s society. Since the cost of living is so high, the next generation after to have no choice but to postpone retirement in order to keep a roof over their heads. With later retirement and overpopulation in the world, the post millennial generation is not guaranteed a stable job anymore and even if they do have an amazing education, they still have the risk of becoming homeless. There is so much more to choosing a career than ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. The Origin of Migrant Farmworkers Essay The Mexican Migrant Farm Workers community formed in Southern California in the 20th century because of two factors that came together: farming emphasized by migrations like the Okie farmers from the East and Mexicans imported to the U.S. because of the need for cheap labor as a replacement of Americans during World War II. The migrant labor group formed after an already similar group in the U.S had been established in California, the American farm workers from the East, known as the Okies. The Dust Bowlof the 1930s caused the movement of the Okies to the West and was followed by the transition from American dominant farm labor to Mexican migrant labor. The Okies reinforced farming in California through the skills they took with them,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thousands of families journeyed to California, settling in San Joaquin Valley. From 1930 to 1936, the Dust Bowl caused damages in agriculture in the Central Valleys all the way to the East Coast of the U.S. At the time, the majority of the farmers were from Oklahoma, in other words, they were American. Although most of the farmers fleeing the Dust Bowl were U.S born, some were Mexican Americans living in Texas, Arizona and the states closer to the border (Gregory). However, this event did not fully give rise to the Mexican Migrant Farm Workers community. It was instead, the beginnings of successful farm labor in the valleys of California, which transformed California s view towards farming. California seemed perfect, the climate was good for a diversity of crops and it promised a lot to the desolated farmers from the East. Why was this significant to the formation of the Mexican Migrant community? In other words, if the Dust Bowl would not have happened, then farm labor would have not been as significant in California as it is. Californians would have continued mining and building factories in soils that today, are used primarily for agriculture. James N. Gregory, professor at the University of Washington argues that The twentieth century drained rural Americans from the land as surely as it improved the technology and efficiency of farming as he discusses the effects of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Analysis Of Me Talk Pretty One Day By David Sedaris In the article, Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris (1999), the author describes what it was like learning French while living in France. Sedaris moved to Paris in order to learn the language and immerse himself into the culture. He thought this would make learning the language easier. During his time in France, Sedaris experienced intimidation, abuse, and joy. Learning a foreign language as an adult is difficult because of the feeling of intimidation by younger classmates, a hostile learning environment presented by the teacher, and an inherent cognitive disadvantage. On the first day of class, after he was done checking in, he sat down to observe his classmates returning from their summer vacations. Initially, he walked in full of confidence and his head held high. However, that quickly changed when he heard his classmates speak French, and the feeling of intimidation washed over him like waves hitting the beach, at my age, a reasonable person should have completed his sentence in the prison of the nervous and insecure . . . my fears have not vanished, rather, they have multiplied with age (Sedaris, 1999, 1). For being a forty one year old man, he thought these feelings of insecurity and fear in the classroom would have ended long ago. If he thought things could not get worse, he was mistaken. The teacher walked in, rattled off commands to the class, and then asked them to recite the alphabet. In that moment, he knew he was in trouble, I ve spent time in Normandy, and I took a monthlong French class in New York. I am not completely in the dark, yet I only understood half of what she said (Sedaris, 1999, 1) and, despite the exposure he already had, he was still unable to understand everything the teacher was saying. Properly learning and grasping a new language requires support and the proper learning environment from the teacher. However, it did not take long for David to learn that his teacher was verbally abusive, among other negative things. Unfortunately, this realization also came on the first day of class. She spoke to the class in a condescending tone, and insulted each student s ability to speak the language. One day, as she was humiliating David in front of the entire class, she said ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Essay On Phaseolus Vulgaris The Phaseolus vulgaris, or better known as pinto beans, is known to be one of the world s healthiest dried food. Pinto beans typically take about 90 days to grow as a dry bean, but can be harvested sooner as green snap beans. The Phaseolus vulgaris L. plants is a dry plant that require a long growing season in warm conditions. Pinto beans must not be planted too early, due to their intolerance for damp or cold conditions. If the soildrops under or to 50 degrees Fahrenheit the seed will most likely rot and if the plantis over watered it could lead to white mold in the seed, causing it to die. The Phaseolus vulgaris L. plants are considered warm season crop; it prefers fertile and well drained soil, along with adequate, but not excessive, moisture (Franzen,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Competition is defined as a struggle between equals, as well as referring to the survival of the fittest in wake of Charles Darwin s Theory of Evolution(Went, Darwin). Interspecific competition is a form of competition where two different species compete for the same resource in an ecosystem. Levels of interspecific competition and how they will effect the plants within the habitat is highly dependent on nutrient availability. (Aerts)We used the Phaseolus vulgaris as our control and Raphanus sativa as the competition plant. The easy to grow nature of the pinto bean allowed for accurate analysis of results to better understand how interspecies competition affects plants. Our hypothesis is that the more competition present in the immediate environment, the smaller and weaker the pinto bean plant will grow to be. A plant with more competition, has less nutrients available to be absorbed, causing it to grow less successfully. Competition results in a plant s inability to maximize both growth rate and nutrient retention. (Aerts) Weeds in gardens are an every day example of how negative competition can be detrimental to plant ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Carnival Porter 5 Forces CARNIVAL CORPORATION PLC PORTER S 5 FORCES Porter s 5 forces model allows to analyse the factors outside the Cruise industry that influence the nature of Carnival competition within it, the forces inside the Cruise industry that influence the way in which Carnival compete, and so the company s likely profitability. With an understanding of where power lies, Carnival can take advantages of a situation of strength, improve a situation of weakness and avoid taking wrong strategies. Porter has identified five competitive forces that shape every industry and every market: bargaining power of suppliers, bargaining power of buyers, threat of new entrants, threat of substitutes and rivalry among competitors. A sixth element has also been added ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With this considerations buyers have low price sensitivity that allow Carnival to have a strong position. Carnival is a leader in the cruise industry and it s highly likely that the consumers would select this company; as it is also a branded company recognizable on the market it allow the process of word of mouth that lessen the power of the consumers from their self. Even if the company can have a strong position against its buyers due to the business characteristics the close relationship that the customers have with the travel agencies gives their a greater influence over the ticket price. In summary, the low price sensitivity, low buyer concentration and the leadership of Carnival in the cruise industry on one hand enhances the buyer power while a high degree of involvement of travel agency on the other reduces their bargaining power, the power of buyer of the buyers in the cruise line market of Carnival is moderate. Threat of new entrants category. LOW Factors affecting the ability of new comers to enter the market include capital requirements and cost of fuel, economies of scale, access to channels of distribution, constraint of brand equity, threat of M A and regulation on Maritime cruises. It is difficult for new cruise lines to enter this market since the level of star up capital required is extremely high given the average cost of a cruise ship and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Discourse Is A Shared Way Of Apprehending The World Discourse is a shared way of apprehending the world (Dryzek, 1997). It is understood as the ensemble of ideas, concepts and categories through which meaning is given to social and physical realities, and which is produced and reproduced through an identifiable set of practices (Hajer, 2006: 67). Discourse favors certain description of reality and empowers certain policytools while marginalizing others (Litfin, 1994). Discourses frame the policy debates, limit what are considered reasonable options and inform policy making process (Gregorio et al, 2014). Discourses represent the dominant representatives, understandings and knowledge regimes present in governance debate and they are deeply embedded in the formation of knowledge. The discourses are produced based on the perception and role of the actors (Keller, 2011). Different discourses promote specific conceptualization of environmental problem including the causes of the problems and on their solutions. For instance, discourse on forests seeing as important carbon sink could be different from seeing forest as source of local livelihoods or source of biodiversity. Therefore it is crucial to understand the different construction of meaning by different actors. Current international debates about climate change are shaped by different, often conflicting but also partly overlapping environmental discourses (den Besten et al., 2014). Authors such as Dryzek (1997, 2005), Hoffman (2011), BГ¤ckstrand LГ¶vbrand (2007) and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. The Elastic Clause When the founding fathers created the constitution, they didn t know that there would be planes, smartphones, automatic guns, or even drones. They created the constitution as how they saw the world at the time and it was clear that they also knew the world would change but they still didn t know how drastically. The constitutionhas under gone through many changes over the last few hundred years, George Washington the 1st President of the United Statesonce said The Constitution is the guide which I will never abandon. I agree with him because there are times where the constitution isn t used right and where it can t be applied In the constitution, Article one, Section 8, Clause 18: also, known as the elastic clause. To make all laws which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Madison is a landmark Supreme Court case. Marbury v. Madison is one of the most influential and groundbreaking legal proceeding in the history of the United States. The Marbury v. Madison case was the first of its kind. Prior to Marbury vs. Madison, it was unclear whether the U.S. Supreme Court had the power to determine the constitutionality of laws or what should happen when the Constitution and a law were in conflict. Consequently the theory of every such government must be that an act of the Legislature repugnant to the Constitution is void. With these words written by Chief Justice Marshall, this case is significant because for the first time, the Supreme Court declared an act of Congress unconstitutional because it was contrary to the Constitution. This decision was the foundation for the Supreme Court s power of judicial review, the power by which the Court could determine the constitutionality of laws passed by Congress. Marshall stated in the majority opinion Court must either decide that case conformably to the law, disregarding the Constitution, or conformably to the Constitution, disregarding the law, the Court must determine which of these conflicting rules governs the case. This is of the very essence of judicial duty. Marshall is saying that the Judicial has the decision on the two opposing laws and thus creating Judicial Review. Nothing in the Constitution gave the Court this specific power. Marshall, however, believed that the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Learning Disabilities Disadvantages In the early 1960 s Samuel Kirk an American educator and psychologist, founded the term known as learning disabilities. This came about after he had visited with a few groups of parents a few times to discuss why these parents children seem to have small amounts of success even when they are able to understand and comprehend just like other children. As a result of these meetings the LearningDisabilities Association of America was formed (Pullen, 27). Then later in the mid 1970 s the Educationfor All Handicapped Children Act was put into law which formally identified the concept of learning disabilities (Pullen, 25). After these things were put in place, there was over 10 different descriptions of what learning disabilities can be based off of. For this concept, it will be known as the following description. Learning Disabilities (LD) are created when there is a space between a person s ability to think and reason and not their understanding based on the results from tests. It is known that around 4 to 5 percent of adolescents are considered to have LD. There are a few reasons why LD can occur. Boys are more prone than girls, African Americans and Latinos are more prone than Whites and Asians. Most adolescents with LD struggle with many academic areas especially in reading. They also have difficulties with interacting with others, expressing their feelings and understanding the feelings of others. Last, is that adolescents with LD have a high chance of dropout rates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Blind Search Research Paper Blind search is when you start at state space and begin looking through a tree or structure, and never ask self if you are making progess as you move, but just continously move through tree or structure until reaching goal space or answer. Blind search has a couple different functions that can happen. Two functions called Depth first and Breadth first involve going through a tree or structure, but both using a different method to reach goal space. In depth first you search tree or structure starting at the starting point and exploring as far as possible along each branch before backtracking, picking one move or path and following through with that decision. Depth first is just expanding from first point further and further until a goal point... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Basically, start at top, then consider all possible moves and work out those moves that will give you best outcome in next level only revealing tree a little bit at a time until you are where you want to be, and continue that process as you reach each new level traveling downward. Breadth first is considered a conservative and safe option, it exhausts searches from entire tree or structure without considering the goal until it finds it. Breadth first in ways does not use a heuristic algorithm. Two more functions called Foward and Backward Chaining which take into consideration the point of an end state, we want an outcome. Forward chaining is starting where you are and working to the goal in mind. You want to move forward from what you have to where you want to be...this sometimes makes more sense for unique goal states. The Ultimate Game is a good example of a foward chaining function. Backward chaining on the other hand has no well defined end state or no terminal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Cause And Effect Of Morphine Morphine can be highly addictive. You will realize that the drug can generally be used safely when taken in small doses as prescribed by the physician. However, when the drug is used in large doses or abused, the user can actually develop a physical and psychological addiction to the drug. When the drug is abused, it normally stimulates the brain s reward system. This basically motivates the user to abuse the drug more and more. This can lead to tolerance and dependence. Once you have developed dependence to morphine, you will have to keep using the drug from time to time. If you quite taking morphine, you are likely to go through withdrawalas your brains relearns how to function without the drug. You will realize that morphine withdrawal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Phase 3 You will realize that this is a tough phase. It is where a lot of people run into problems. Some of the symptoms here can be more psychological than physical. However, there will still be some physical pain and discomfort. Some of the symptoms here include anxiety, restlessness, insomnia and so on. You will realize that at this stage, you have to be very careful because the urge to use becomes stronger than ever. In this case, you risk losing all the progress that you have made. This is a critical stage as it determines whether or not you are going to completely withdrawal or detox from morphine. How do you reduce morphine withdrawal effects? You will realize that morphine withdrawal can be managed through the use of some drugs and medicines that help in reducing the morphine withdrawal effects. Some of the drugs that can help you achieve this objective include: 1. Methadone. This drug basically works in almost the same way as morphine. It normally produces similar effects but of lower intensity. Here, the idea is to gradually reduce the dosage over a long period of time until the user can easily make the switch to cold turkey. Some people normally use this drug for longer periods for many months. 2. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Evaluating The Implications Of A Transformation Innovation Evaluating and Assessing the Implications of a Transformation Innovation In today s dynamic business world, it is not enough for businesses to respond to the current customers and internal organizational issues. In order for businesses to survive, they must be able to anticipate and evaluate existing and emerging trends and develop ideas, products and services that respond to those trends. However, failing to identify and respond to trends can put the business at the risk of losing the existing customer base because innovation often determines who will be the market leader and who will be living on the margin of the market. Further, Innovation can be divided in to three main types, that are incremental, substantial and transformational. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, new value proposition, assets and competencies are introduced as a result of a transformational innovation. Examples of transformational innovation may include the invention of compact disc (CD), automobiles and the business model of Dell computers. In order to fully understand the differences among the three types of innovation, one must be aware that in general the impact of substantial innovation is 10 times the impact of incremental innovation and the impact of transformational innovation is 10 times the impact of substantial innovation. The case in hand is mainly concerned with transformational innovation and shades light on three industries and what changes may accrue if a radical innovation was introduced within those industries. The industries under study are banking industry with Zopa as an innovative plyer, the car battery industry with EEStor as an innovative plyer and media buying and planning industry with NextMedium as an innovative plyer. In my analysis, I will discuss the impact that each of those innovation on the industries in which they operate, what other industries may be impacted by them and where are those companies today. Zopa Peer to Peer Lending Launched in the UK in 2005. Zopa brands itself as the oldest Peer to Peer leading company in the world. This fact gives an idea about the breakthrough that that this business model accomplished ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...