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Christmas In English
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Essay On Revenge Of The Whale By Nathaniel Shilbrick
The novel Revenge of the Whale, as written by Nathaniel Philbrick, describes the harsh journey
of a crew aboard The Essex who are abandoned after having their ship attacked by a sperm whale.
There are three crucial parts to the Revenge of the Whale storyline; the first blood, the whale
attack that split the crew apart, and the jarring conditions near the end of the book where the crew
was at the edge of sanity.
The first scene that I would include in the movie would be the first blood that was drawn from the
whale(s) The Essex encountered. This scene is crucial for the movie because it explains how the
crew got their resources from the harpooned whale. These resources include blubber, spermaceti,
and ambergris. This situation could not be left out without changing the original story because it
shows the excitement and galavant smiles on the crew mate s faces. Also, without having
harpooned and killed the whale, the crew wouldn t have collected these items to earn money to
provide for their families. They all coaxed and cajoled their crews with words that evoked the
savagery, excitement, and blood lust associated with pursuing one of the largest mammals on the
planet said an excited Nickerson (page 31, paragraph 3). I would choose to include ... Show more
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I would chose to include this scene because it is the turning point for the crew members because
they got separated and loose their precious Essex. This situation provides us with information
about the deadly consequences of whale hunting. A dead whale or a stove boat, The crew knew
the dangers as expressed by Chase The profession is one of great ambition. The crew mates had
a plan to split up between three ship boats. There were 20 crew members in all. Six mates in
Chase s boat, Seven mates in Pollard s boat, and Joy s boat had six crew members. This is the
point in the storyline when every boat has their own
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Myth Information Book Report
J. Allen Varasdi, a writer who obtained a master s degree in sociology and psychology from
Wayne State after his service in Vietnam, has written several books about the misconceptions and
fallacies that were there in history for a long period. This book is best known as a result of the
unlimited assumptions and the violation of truth from the people. Myth Information was his first
book which explained the absurdity between belief and fact. In this book, he has collected more
than 550 of common fallacies which would be defined as the acceptance of a premise as reality. As
he stated in the introduction, these misconceptions are not serious that would hurt the generation.
However, these common disbeliefs would surprise and enlighten the adult
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The Opt-Out System
On the other hand, proponents of opt out system emphasize the effectiveness of the restrictive
contracting out program to alleviate insufficient organs supply. English (2007) indicates that the
policy is likely to increase donors by eliminating a majority of unregistered supporters. This claim
seems persuasive by providing numeric proves. However, Fabre, Murphy Matesanz (2010) and
Hazony (1993) refutes that the variation on number of contributors might be irrelevant to the
potency of contracting out. For instance, Spain rank the highest organ donationrate, has been putting
tremendous effort in establishing comprehensive organdonation coordination. Nevertheless, the
numbers of donors in countries adopting presumed consent, such as France
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Pre War Imperialism
Nationalism, as defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary, is a sense of national consciousness
exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture
and interests as opposed to those of other nations or supranational groups. The publication of
patriotic news reports that would praise a country s leading military strength while belittling
other countries fueled this strong sentiment in pre war Europe. Provocative stories about a
country s rivals would be released to the public and although they were sometimes fabricated,
these stories were widely believed by the sheltered populace of pre war Europe. Using nationalism
as fuel for war, bellicose leaders could carry out their desire for war much more... Show more
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Evidently, this came as a shock to the French population because, in the last century, Napoleon I
and Napoleon III had both came close to dominating the entirety of Europe. A loss against the
Prussian nation was a devastating blow to French nationalism and imperialism. Furthermore, in
the Treaty of Frankfurt, the nation of Prussia forced France to recognize the unified German
Empire with Wilhelm I of Prussia as its leader. This not only gave rise to an increased imperialism
and nationalism in the German Empire but also brought about an intense obsession in the form of
revanchism for the reconquest of the provinces lost in the Franco Prussian war. This revanchism
would become one of France s most influential reasons for French participation in the First World
War against the German Empire. Nationalism in France before the First World War revolved
around a hatred for the Germans due to their apparent aggressive expansion into French land. The
French people had an intense want to recover the prestige that they had lost at the end of the Franco
Prussian war and further wanted the resurgence of France as a top world power. Frankly, French
nationalism helped the French populace jump willingly into war with the Germans, which greatly
influenced the beginning of the
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We Can Prevent Obesity Essay
There are many serious health issues today in society. A few of them are anorexia nervosa,
bulimia, diabetes, and obesity. Today, obesity is one of the most popular diseases around the
world. Obesity typically means having a body mass index of thirty kilograms or more. If taken in
more calories than burned, it leads to being overweight, and eventually obesity. Since the 1960s,
people in the United States and other industrialized countries have become heavier on average.
Excess weight is the cause of more illness than virtually any other medical condition. Most people
still do not practice healthy behaviors that can prevent obesity. Obesity is mostly caused by poor
eating habits. People do not eat healthy foods, have larger portions than... Show more content on
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With children being overweight or obese, it is very much associated with it happening as adults.
Most teens are not worried about their calorie intake. They eat what they think tastes good, not
caring if it is healthy or not. Children mainly become overweight because of what they eat and
drink. Whether male or female, some young people who are extremely overweight drop out of
school and will not leave the house unless it is absolutely necessary (6). Boys tend to do more
physical activities than girls, that is why girls are more effective when it comes to obesity. For
example, boys are always outside playing sports such as football, baseball, soccer, and
basketball. As for girls, they may do the same but most girls just sit inside watch television,
movies, and eat junk food. Programs have been developed to prevent adolescent obesity (Power
14). Many young teens begin to smoke cigarettes at their age. If they try to quit, it is most likely
that they will gain weight. When children are overweight or obese, it transitions to adulthood. If
an adult is obese, chances are they were obese as a child. They are most likely still obese as an
adult because they have not changed their eating habits or increased their physical activity since
then. Obesity is increasingly becoming a major concern for adults. One third of the adult
population is now obese, and two thirds are overweight (Wisman 1). When most people discover
they
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Naked Economics Chapter 4
WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT Chapter 4: World, National, Regional, and Other Organizations
Case Problems
1. A popular tourist state has fallen on hard times. The state government can no longer provide
adequate funds for its state park system. The governor has proposed a group maintenance policy
for the parks. This means that all the parks in a given part of the state would be managed on a group
basis. Eliminated would be all of the individual local park managers. Several million people visit
these parks each year an important part of the state s tourism. What might be some feasible
solutions to the funding problems of the park system? We all know that the tourism plays an
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Something should be taken care of: because of the tourism it will help the country, the whole nation
to earn the revenue and developments can be better.
Should let them know that the tourist promotions should be handled carefully and organize in such
a way that more and more people visit the country and the revenue will increase too. We should also
keep in mind that the relation between the countries would last good and longer.
Chapter 5: Passenger Transportation
Case Problems:
1.The Rotary Club program chairman has asked you to give a talk on the advantages of cruises. He
has also hinted that club members might be interested in taking a group cruise with their spouses
and children. What would you include in your talk?
Vacation on a cruise would obviously make exciting to the families and would also make them feel
different and distinct experience. When giving them the speech on the advantages of cruises I
would include the following information:
The best thing is you don t have to keep going to board off to enjoy like: you want to watch
movie it has a theatre inside, you want to swim the pool is right there, you want to dine the fine
dinning is also there. I mean everything that enjoys you and make the trip enjoyable will already be
present in the cruise.
Simplicity and convenience
Multiple
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Should The Chocolate War Be Banned
Noah Feinauer
Ms. McDonald
English III CPI
26 March 2016
Research Paper Rough Draft
Since the beginning of time books have been banned, they get criticized and are forced to be
removed or all together gotten rid of. Great Authors are forced to remove their hard work, from
public institutions because of one person or organization finding it offensive or unnecessary for
their family or the public. The Chocolate War a novel written by Robert Cormier, was published in
1974 and has received mixed reviews ever since, still the novel is considered one of the best
young adult novels of its time. Robert Cormier got the idea for the novel by his son who refused
to sell chocolates at a school chocolate sale. The Chocolate War is set in a fictional Catholic... Show
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Harris said, Children, even our very young children, do not live in bubbles. They live in the real
world. Once again this novel was written for Teens, and for them to get to know the world isn t
nice like they think it is when they were young. The Chocolate War shows the reader what
happens in life and explains nothing is sweet. Robert Cormier even went on to say before he died
that he did something right because there wouldn t be all these concerns about an ineffective book.
The banning of The Chocolate War and its continuum of being objected is that we are afraid of the
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Tom Shadyac s I Am
I Am is a documentary made by Tom Shadyac. He was in a bicycle accident that led to him
having suffering from post concussion syndrome for a short period in his life. The life altering
accident led him to that asking two questions: what wrong with the world, and what can we do to
change it. After watching the movie, my view on the world s chaos can be traced back to
mankind. So I began to think of ways to solve this great problem. I turned to ancient text affirm my
belief that to change the world, we must change ourselves. The following four stories: The Buddha:
Sermon at Benares, The Enuma Elish, and Plato: The Allegory of the Cave, Matthew 13, will help
to validate my analytical argument. The first belief is that consumerism is bad,... Show more content
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The documentary I Am makes and answered a question, is our greatest strength cooperate or to
dominate? We function better in a state of empathy and love than a state of separation. I agree
to an extent but I also have seen and experiences that people will take advantage of your
kindness. With love and empathy you have to use you intellect and judgement so as to not
become taking advantage off. Example my mom got a lump sum from social Security and
during the same time she got it everyone need help aka a spice of money. Her being kind led to
her lending money to three people that will never pay her back. The people all the even after
borrowing money had the audacity to look for another handout. Now my mother money is about
gone and they are two. People will use you to keep it short and get to the point so you have to
watch where you put your love, kindness, and empathy. Just like the freeloader every family has
that leaches in their family. The freeloader uses empathy to get a place to stay I have no place
else to go, not bother to get a job and then a place to stay. Just as important are the three emotions
selfishness meaning survival of ones being and wants above all, and competition. If you don t
take care of your necessities need and wants then how can you take care of anyone else? If you don
t believe me give your
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Kimmy Case Study
Kimmy is a 14 year old African American female that presents as talkative, insightful, and
intelligent. She has a love for horses, dancing, and enjoys crafts. She is the second oldest of four
siblings. She identified her strong connection with the Christian faith the African American
community. Kimmy is presenting for anger outbursts , homicidal threats, and behavioral problems.
The client reports these behaviors began eight months ago after the death of her mother. Her mother
died in an auto accident, for which the children were not present. Kimmy has been hospitalized
three times in the past 8 months for anger outburst towards her Uncle, older brother, and peers. She
has made homicidal threats towards her older brother. Prior to her most... Show more content on
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She reports that she is unfixable because no one has been able to help during her three
hospitalizations. Kimmy has participated in group therapy and briefly individual counseling.
She reported that these services did not help because they were only focused on her feelings .
Kimmy described her anger outburst as feeling out of control , unable to think clearly , and
scary . She shared that her anger is towards her older brother, Uncle, and peers at school. When
asked what caused her to become angry, she shared that peers, her older brother, and Uncle tease
her about being fat and getting in trouble at school. Kimmy was able to identify her early warning
signs as increased heart rate, clinching her fist, and feeling annoyed . After an anger outburst,
Kimmy said she feels hot and sweaty . After the death of her mother, Kimmy and her three
siblings moved in with her maternal Aunt, Uncle, and two cousins. Kimmy reports the relationship
with her Aunt is good and her Aunt is a social support. She feels lucky to be living with her Aunt,
but that the home is small and finances are tight. Kimmy shared that she loves her younger
siblings and wants to get better to be a good role model for them. She also has a close relationship
with the school social worker that meets with her as
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Phyllis Schlafly s Speech
Dan Morgan HIS 332 Professor Bernstein September 15, 2014 Phyllis Schlafly, Speech, March 27,
1979 The Women s Liberation Movement began during the 1960 s and went on throughout the
1970 s. This movement was a feminist effort aimed at gaining equality for women at home, in the
workplace, and in society. These parities included politics, pay, education, under representation in
the professions, stereotypes, roles, and the status of women in culture. The source of women s
oppression stemmed from sexuality/ sexual orientation, racial oppression, capitalism, socio
economic status, religion, and men in society. The movement s biggest concern was the push for
the passing of the Equal Rights Amendment, which was passed by Congress in 1973. Although...
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Schlafly believes that as a mother, it is your job to honor the title of a mother, and put your child
/children s needs ahead of your own. As a wife, you must respect your commitment to your
husband and do the best you can to help and take care of your family. The feminist movement is
steering women away from that, and gives women the idea that their self sacrificing role of
taking care of and dedicating their lives to their children is less important then becoming equal to
men and living in focus of you. The women s liberation is causing wives and mothers with good
families to walk out, in order to chase their self fulfillment. Women no longer want to be burdened
with the obligation to take care of a family and raise children, instilling their values into them so
they grow up to be strong and positive people in society. Feminism is giving women the idea that
they are second class citizens, and they must fight men, their enemy, for the oppression that they
have received in the
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Recreational Therapy Case Study
Will Barlow
Eng 112 104
Mr. Prestwood
20 March 2017
Recreational Therapy Program In the article, Independent Accreditation of education for
Recreational Therapy Practice: A Professional and Ethical Obligation, there are many accusations
on how the Recreational Therapy education criteria is centered around a independent system with
no ties. The very foundation of this schooling is conversed on being based around health care and
how it s used under the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. It
describes the current program itself that is already being used and it remarks what is the obstacle
that is blocking current programs verses the newer programs trying to be founded. These ideals are
centered around past ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It was discussed how the recreational therapy program was not the same as recreation and parks
program even though they had similar classes. There are two different expectations between the
two programs/degrees and recreational therapy was being pushed as an independent
accreditation. It was discussed on how a professional stand point is what is needed to help
prepare one that is wanting to pursue a career in recreational therapy. The more realistic the
studies the more prepared one will be when going into the program. The program has built the
guidelines for the program making them more efficient and effective, so that one the job setting
has arrived for oneself, the will be equipped with what to expect and be
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Pro Death Penalty Thesis
Capital punishment, also known as the death penalty, is a sentence sanctioned by government,
which punishes a criminal offence by death (The World Encyclopedia, 2001). The acrimonious
debate over whether death penalty should be abolished in the United States has continued for
decades. In the year of 1608, Captain George Kendall became the first person to be executed by
death penaltyin the United States (Barbour, 1962). Hundreds of years later, the United States still
keeps the death penalty in its legislation as the last and final punishment to the crime. It is
significant to have the question: Should the United States abolish the death penalty? Because
hundreds of year passed by, our society is different from the society in 1608, which is the year when
Captain George Kendall was executed. Therefore, perhaps we should reconsider question that if the
death penalty should still exist in American legislation. This paper will present two thesis
statements on this question, one being pro death penalty, thinks that the death penalty should not be
abolished in the United State. The other one being anti death penalty, and thinks that the death
penalty should be abolished in the United States. Evaluations will be performed on the two articles
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Olin Professor of jurisprudence and public policy at Fordham University in New York City
published his article Capital Punishment Saves Innocent Lives expressing his opinion as a death
penalty supporter. Ernest van den Haag was a conservative commentator of social issues,
especially in the study of crime. He is also one of America s foremost proponents of the death
penalty (Eric, 2002). Errnest van den Haag was born in 1914, after receiving his M.A. in
economics in 1942, he received his Ph.D. in economics from New York University in 1952. He
authored several books and contributed hundreds of articles regarding different social issues. Ernest
van den Haag died in 2002 (Taglianetti,
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Sas Institute Case Study Answers
1. Introduction
The SAS institute was founded in 1976 by Dr. James Goodnight and Dr. John Sall, both
professors at North Carolina State University, SAS Institute, Inc. provides business intelligence
(BI) software and services at more than 40,000 customer sites worldwide, including 90 percent
of the Fortune 500 companies. SAS, which stands for statistical analysis software, is
headquartered in Cary, North Carolina. It is the world s largest privately held software company,
having over 100 offices worldwide with approximately 10,000 employees. With an unbroken
record of growth and profitability, SAS had revenue of $1.18 billion in 2002 and invested about 25
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Goodnight and the other SAS leaders expect nothing less than superior performance from the
employees, and they continue to get it. The employees are loyal and committed to the company,
and they are productive; so loyal, committed, and productive, in fact, that only a small percentage
of the employees ever leave once they have been hired at SAS. They have the employees who
don t want to leave the work even if they get little more money somewhere else as they want the
peace they get in SAS. (Drucker 1974, Chaffee 1985)
3. Critically evaluate how SAS s have ethically played its role in providing for the needs of its
employees and how its human resource strategy policies, and practices affect the company s ability
to attract, develop, and maintain a quality workforce.
This Corporate Social Responsibility Report reflects the core values and achievements of how
SAS does business as an employer, a software provider and a corporate citizen. The guiding
principles that launched the company in 1976 are still the foundation of the enterprise. The
company strives to be approachable, so customers recognize SAS as a reliable partner and not just
a vendor. It is about being customer driven, engaging with customers to find out what they want and
helping to solve their problems. It requires swiftness and agility, to adapt to changing technology
and global conditions. It relies on the kind
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Creative Concepts Essay
DECLARATION
I, the undersigned, I hereby declare that this is my own and personal work, except where the
work(s) or publications of others have been acknowledged by means of reference and techniques.
I have read and understood Tutorial Letter CMNALLE/301 regarding technical and presentation
requirements, referencing techniques and plagiarism.
TABLE OF CONTENTSPAGE
DECLARATION
1 MAIN ISSUE1
2RESEARCH CRITERIA1
3EXTENT1
4POPULATION1 2
5ASSUMPTIONS AND SUB ISSUES2
6GOAL AND OBJECTIVES2
7RESEARCH QUESTIONS2 3
8THEORECTICAL APPROACH3 4
9RESEARCH DESIGN4
10DATA COLLECTION METHODS AND TECHNIQUES4 5
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Assumption 3
Each advertisement applies more than one creative concepts.
Sub issue
Does each advertisement apply more than one creative concept? Assumption 4
Academic advertisements use more than one creative concept per advertisement.
Sub issue
Do academic advertisements use more than one creative concept per advertisement?
6GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
The nature of the goal is applied because practical issues are investigated and the objectives is to
explore and describe creative concepts appearing in all selected advertisements by determining the
characteristics of creative concepts in selected advertisements.
7RESEARCH QUESTIONS
Which creative concepts are used in selected advertisements??
Is more than one creative concept used in all advertisements?
If more than one creative concept is used in some advertisements, which advertisements are they
used in?
Is there any particular creative concept which is found in all advertisement?
8THEORETICAL APPROACH
Content analysis is the images, content and text that are found in advertisements and its message.
Benefit stand to gain something extra
Example: Ponds advertisement found in the Drum magazine: Stand a chance to win 1 of 40
bursaries plus receive R5 off your next purchase of Ponds lasting oil control vanishing cream.
Curiosity A desire to know about people or things
Example: IQ academy advertisement found in Drum
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The Biological Bases Of Genetically Modified Crops
Introduction
When crops and plants are harvest, they serve a bigger purpose than just a mere
crop. The purpose each organism serves is to provide a sustainable resource ourselves and those
around us. To be able to keep up with the demand of crops needed for those around us,
sometimes the need to have a mass production is necessary. The question is, is it really
necessary? In this body of work, the following will be discussed: The biological bases of
genetically modified crop plants, the social and ethical implications surrounding these crops and
lastly, the personal viewpoint of the topic at hand.
Keywords: crops, plants, genetics, DNA, modification
Biological Basis
In order to talk about genetic modification, we first have to understand the
process behind it. This section will explain it a bit better. Genetic modification has been done for
thousands of years. This was and continues to be a practice that allows a better selection process
to take place. With the technological advances that surrounds us, the process to transfer genes to
other organisms have become easier. An example of this is present in the tomato plant. In order
for the plant to reject the evasion of the plant beetle, it would need to obtain a gene called
Bacillus Thuringiensis this gene is inserted into the genome of the tomato plant. The gene called,
cry1Ac, encodes a protein which allows the plant to become poisonous to certain types of insects
including the beetle. This
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Ancient Greek And Roman Empire Essay
Ancient Greek and Roman similarities.
The ancient Greek and Roman civilizations of Europe began to progress toward a more civilized
order of society. As there were no previous establishment to base their ideals on, it was
understandable that there were some difficulties in their progression as a society. Although the
ancient Greek and Roman governments fell, both had similar paths of creation, conquest, and
destruction.
Greek society began by the formation of the city state. quot;The city state, based on tribal
allegiances, was generally the first political association during the early stages of civilization. quot; (
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(Perry 85)
Both Greeks and Romans tried to realize some form of democracy. quot;It is to Greece that we
ultimately trace the idea of democracy and all that accompanies it: citizenship, constitutions,
equality before the law, government by law, reasoned debate, respect for the individual, and
confidence in human intelligence. quot; (Perry, 52)
Because Rome tried to maintain a republic it had different needs compared to the Greeks. quot;The
Romans, unlike the Greeks, were distinguished by practicality and common sense, not by a love of
abstract thought. In their pragmatic and empirical fashion, they gradually developed the procedures
of public politics and the legal state. quot; (Perry 88)
The fall of the Greeks was a direct result of a breakdown of social theories. quot;When people no
longer regarded the law as an expression of sacred traditions ordained by the gods but saw it as a
merely human contrivance, respect for the law diminished, weakening the foundations of the
society. The results were party conflicts, politicians who scrambled for personal power, and moral
uncertainty. quot; (Perry 55)
The Romans suffered a similar fate as a result of an unfocused administration. quot;Instead of
developing a professional civil service to administer the conquered lands, Roman leaders attempted
to
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How Is Lady Macbeth Corruption
In Shakespeare s play Macbeth, there are many different scenarios and thoughts of all the characters
that are diverse. Each character wants something and has their own kind of power within the story.
Some over right others and have more power then another character. The corruption that goes on
during the play Macbethis horrendous and is mainly caused by Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
Depending on each situation power does corrupt automatically, for an example Macbeth and
Lady Macbeth both want power and to be king and queen, by doing so they murdered Duncan so
they could get their thrones. In relation when they got their power per say, they became like they
were better than everyone else which would eventually go in the wrong direction. Because of the
way they were all they did was try to defeat others and acted unconcerned toward others as well as
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If she really wanted something accomplished in her favor she should have done it by herself,
though what she wanted was wrong it was all the power she would have that was going to her
head. Lady Macbeth wants other people to do her dirty work and is certainly manipulative with
people.
Macbeth is so greedy with his power that he doesn t care if he has to murder someone for all the
power he has and wants. Having a lot of power over people will influence you in a big way and
not for the best, if you know you can get away with doing things you re not supposed to then you
will try and find the breaking point until another person stands up to you. I think this is exactly
what Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are doing, they know they can do whatever they want to and no
one will say anything until they get ridiculously over the
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Analysis Of The Book Miss Kyle
Just like with everything in her life, miss Kyle was exceedingly thorough. She d stumbled upon
his name first as a headline, which grew into the blurb explaining how and why the former doctor,
Jonathan Crane, was being re incarcerated at the fabled Arkham Asylum. The article, explaining
further down the page which and how many former inmates were still at large a list that had been
steadily dwindling over the past few weeks thanks to a particular vigilante was decorated with a
photograph that contained both the doctor in question and several other masked vigilantes playing
at being who they were not. Police were swarming the captured scene in the photograph, busy with
whatever had led to the man s recapture. Along with how... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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No strings attached. She d learned long ago not to deal with strings, they made things messy and
undesirable, and it was far easier to trip over them than if one just dealt in truths or partial truths.
It was on a Friday that Selina entered the heavy doors of Arkham Asylum, not as miss Selina Kyle
seen occasionally on the arms of Gotham s upper class gentlemen or as the Catwoman who prowled
Gotham s streets at the nighttime hour, but as a miss Violet West new student and intern.
She was dressed not in lush, form fitting evening wear or in an even more form fitting catsuit, but
in comfortable business casual. Her dark hair was worn up in a messy bun with tendrils of those
lush locks spiraling down around her face, and the feminine suit that hugged her slender frame
was a bland gray, worn beneath a thin, white doctor s coat; the coat she wore over all of this to
stave off the Gotham City chill was a dull black, but none of that was important. What was
important was that it was Friday afternoon, one of the busiest times for the Asylum as far as
visitation, and that a certain Violet West had timed herself perfectly to be returning to work around
the same time as numerous other employees. She d been scouting the place for a week prior to this
little attempt of hers memorizing all of the details she
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Reconstruction Scavenger Hunt
Name:Hayat Elqossari Period:1st End of Civil War and Reconstruction Scavenger Hunt
Directions: Click on the links to watch videos or read text related to the question. Use complete
sentences and spell check your document. Battle of Gettysburg http://www.history.com/topics
/american civil war/gettysburg address/videos/the battle of gettysburg Why did the South want
to bring the war North? If the fighting was elsewhere, then it would be easy for Northerners to
go along with the war; however, if there was damage or a threat to the North then the Northerners
would feel as if it was time to end the war so that they can find a way out of further danger, and
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Congress passes the Reconstruction Act of 1867, which divided the South into districts and
required Southern states to approve the 14th Amendment to grant blacks citizenship, before
rejoining the Union. Later, congress gives African Americans the right to vote by ratifying the 15th
Amendment. The Reconstruction established the South s first state funded public school systems,
created a just taxation legislation, and passed laws against discrimination and economic
development programs. The approach of Congress was different than Johnson s plan, because they
worked to improve the lives of African Americans by passing laws in their favor, and expanding
their rights. Congress did not care what the South wanted, and expected the South to abide by their
rules. On the other hand, Johnson wanted to preserve the nation, and did not want to do anything to
anger the South. Moreover, he was a strong believer in states rights, and the idea that the federal
government had no right to enforce restrictive laws on the entire country. 12. What was the white
response to Radical Reconstruction? In response to Radical Reconstruction, whites resorted to
violence. White supremacist organizations targeted Republicans and African Americans. White
supremacy spread through the south as Reconstruction died out. 13. What event marked the end of
Reconstruction? The Compromise of 1876 marked the end of Reconstruction. In this compromise,
Rutherford B. Hayes agreed to accept Democratic control over the entire South, in return for the
presidency, and Democrats in Congress agreed to his
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College Should Be Unobtainable
College is one of the most fundamental institutions in our modern world. It s a place where
children go to further their education and where most of our future doctors, politicians, and
scientists are made. Nelson Mandela once said, Education is the most powerful weapon for
changing the world. In the past several years, rates are increasing higher than inflation and
becoming even more unobtainable for families. Collegeshould be more affordable for the
following three reasons. First off, student debt should be less of an issue. Secondly, a more
educated country would increase the country s economy and it would give us social benefits. After
people graduate from college, if their degree warrants filling a necessary void in the workplace,
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Coca Cola And The Soft Drink Manufacturing Market
The primary industry Coca Cola is in the Soft Drink Manufacturing market consisting of different
types of soft drinks with its target being at mainly restaurants and grocery stores across the
United States. Varieties of coke include serves different coke flavors such as original, vanilla,
cherry, and caffeine free. Even though these different types of Coca Cola products are sold as
consumer products, they serve as a core component for other types of soft drinkproducts, including
non carbonated and concentrated juices. The soft drink industry has been positioned Coca Cola
products of all kinds. Coca Cola s market for the original coke consists of consumers of all types
who are looking for the original best tasting product ever existed in the history of soft drinks.
The president of Coca Cola announced a new way of executing a plan to approach modern day
marketing. The Coca Cola Company continues to pioneer new ways to provide for the well being
of its consumers which is mainly young adults to middle aged people. There are two interconnected
teams that are working on executing Coke s planned approach to real time marketing, which are the
Hub and the Hustle. The Hub is a network of twenty three customer interaction centers around the
world that is linked to an Atlanta based hub which analyzes social conversations about the Coca
Cola products. The other team, the Hustle, a development team that operates similar to that of a
newsroom to create and distribute newsworthy,
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Flexible Budget Research
Introduction
A budget is considered as a standard to facilitate control work activities of the organization. Budgets
are planning tools prepared firstly to start the period being budgeted. Valuable information about the
performance contains of the difference between the actual results and the planning budgets.
Therefore, budgets are both planning tools and performance evaluation.
The most common important element in budget is some measure of anticipated output such as the
number of units to be produce, the number of units to be sold, the cost of good sold_direct material,
direct labor, overhead cost,.. need in production, selling and administrative expenses,....
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3. Determine the actual volume of output achieved. 4. Before a flexible budget can be produced,
managers must identify fixed costs and variable costs. Fixed costs are costs which will not increase
or decrease over a given range of activity. Variable costs are costs which will increase or decrease
over a given range of activity.
Management have identified that the following budgeted costs are fixed:
Direct labor = $8,400
Overheads = $53,000
Identifying the expected variable cost per unit produced and sold:
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Now that managers are aware of the fixed costs and the variable costs per unit it is possible to
flex the original budget to produce a budget cost allowance for 1,000 units produced and sold. For
the costs which are wholly fixed or wholly variable the calculation of the budget cost allowance is
fairly straightforward. The remaining costs are semi variable, which means that they are partly
fixed and partly variable. Setting the flexible budget:
| |Variable cost/unit |Level 1 |Level 2 |
|Units of production | |1,000 |1,200 |
|Variable cost: | | | |
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Honest Vino Case Summary
The report of Honest Vino s harvesters replacement frequency Summary This report will examine
why the company, Honest Vino, should replace the selected harvesters every 15 years rather than
every 10 years by Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) method. Based on the Vineyard s and harvester s
details, the Annual Equivalences (AE) of both replacement frequencies were calculated and
compared under the constant chain of replacement assumption. However, the specific assumptions
must be held in this analysis. Methodology There are two options for the harvesters: replaced every
15 years or every 10 years. They are mutually exclusive investments having unequal lives with
replacement. In order to maximise the firm value, the method of AE was used since the two
projects have the same discount rate, and AE method converts the NPVs of the projects into
annualised values which can be compared under this situation. The optimal option is the one with
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Specifically, the calculative formula is: AE=NPV/{[1 1/(1+r)^n ]/r}. Additionally, the calculation of
NPV is based on the discounted cash flows. Compared with other DCF methods, AE considers the
time, the amount of value and the risk of the cash flows. Other DCF methods are not appropriate
for this situation. For example, the Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) method does not take the size of
investment into account and does not consider for replacement in investment. Another method is
Internal Rate of Return (IRR) method, which may have multiple IRRs or no IRR, and does not
consider magnitude of value. Therefore, AE is the most intuitionistic evaluation method to value
and compare mutually exclusive investments. It indicates the investment s NPV in an annualised
presentation, which takes into account timing, magnitude and discount rate.
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The Lightning Thief And Danaus, Perseus, And The Gorgons
The two pieces of storytelling, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and Danaus,
Perseus, and the Gorgons are similar and different in multiple ways. The movie, Percy Jackson and
the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, is a modernized piece of the story, DanaГјs, Perseus, and the
Gorgon , because the events of starting off in different settings, challenging points in their journey,
and returning to different places to be praised, the perfect hero portraying, and a good vs evil
theme change in a plot structure, yet are similar in multiple ways. In these changes, the plot
structure with the events reorganize into a modern way from DanaГјs, Perseus, and the Gorgonto
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
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In all, the two stories present similar events that follow the same journey of a hero; yet, he events
become modernized in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
The movie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief holds a Perfect Hero ID to
Percy Jackson just like Perseus in DanaГјs, Perseus, and the Gorgon yet, the presentation of the
character changes to be more appealing to the modern times. Perseus presents himself as a selfless
hero when his actions on slaying Medusa were: Looking into the mirroring shield, Perseus
swooped down, and with one deft stroke he cut off the Medusa s head. (D aulaires, page 118)
The movie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Percy Jackson decides to put
himself as this good hero when Annabeth is being harassed by the Medusa and he catches her
attention in order for Annabeth to escape and have the monster chase him around the stone and
garden shop. Both demigods show they are selfless, they will risk their life for another to be
successful, but Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief takes Perseus hero
presentation and modernizes the event to be more of this challenge for the new god, for it is more
realistic along with being more involved
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American Marriage Culture
It can be argued that one of the most important aspects of culture are marriages. The union of two
people to symbolize the propagation of a system of belief and ideas passed down which become
inherent to their identity. Almost every culture has some type of marriage ritual in which unite two
different families and create an integral bond. Yet the similarities in the placed importance of
marriage traditions are not the same across the board, and their traditions also differ as well. Each
cultureor group of people have different marriage customs, and do not share the same meaning of
what a marriage is or what it holds in society. The purpose of this paper is to analyze how
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While researching and trying to notice cultural difference between each one an idea stuck out
and already made a distinction. Two words kept coming up for arab and chinese marriages
which were, honor and stigma.While all three had an exchange of some sort between families
arab and chinese seemed more of a transaction of honor and stigma while, American marriages
were more of a romantic transaction and take on the idea of marriages. (Philip) stated This is the
image of the date as an outing to a restaurant, a movie theater, or a romantic getaway at the
seaside or at a luxurious (and romantic) hotel . What this means is the extent of what americans
go through to emphasize the romantic aspect of a relationship. As stated in (Alean Al Krenawi
Stephen O. Jackson) compared and contrasted the honor and stigma that arab men and women
should bring to their families when getting married and what they should uphold. For example,
the honor of a man in arab culture is being able to keep his family free of sin and dishonor, while
the honor of a woman is being a pure woman and always doing the right thing to keep the family
happy. (Ho) stated for a woman to bring honor to her family in chinese culture she must follow
these three rules follow one s father when young, follow one s husband when married, follow one
s son when old. While many American marriages still had a sense of what one can bring to the
table honor and stigma were not so big in the discussion from what was documented in my
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Antwone fisher and Personality
Personality is an important part of one character. The first theorist of choice that can explain
Antwone Fisher. Bandura believed that learning was apparent when one was observing another
person or experience (Schultz Schultz, 2013). Through Antwone s actions, it was plausible that he
became a product of what he witnessed and experienced. Antwone displayed certain fears that was
based on his past and the people that he came in contact with. Bandura would say that Antwone
went through the process of observational learning (Schultz Schultz, 2013). Bandura analyzed the
nature of observational learning and found it to be governed by four related mechanisms:
attentional processes, retention processes, production processes, and incentive and motivational
processes (Schultz Schultz, 2013, p. 335). First, there are various changing forces that can effect
attentional processes (Schultz Schultz, 2013). According to Bandura, observational learning or
modeling will not occur unless the subject pays attention to the model (Schultz Schultz, 2013). For
example, even though Antwone was not raised by his biological parents, he had several influences
in his life. Antwone s foster mother had a momentous influence on Antwone. Antwone was violent
towards him and may have taught him to be aggressive. However, there are some instances that a
model does not always have an impact on an individual in every area of his or her life (Schultz
Schultz, 2013). For instance,
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Reimbursement, Record Keeping, And Best Practices
Reimbursement, Record Keeping, and Best Practices
Road to Recovery, Inc. is located in Georgia. Road to Recovery, Inc. has locations five cities in
Georgia including Atlanta, Smyrna, Gainesville, Forest Park, and Sandy Springs. Information
concerning the agency is located on their website (http://www.rdtorecovery.com/index.html). Road
to Recovery, Inc. collect fees directly from clients that are receiving services such as Clinical
Diagnostic Evaluations, the Family Violence Intervention Program, the Theft Awareness Program,
the Victim Impact Panel, Immigration Clinical Evaluations, DUI Court, individual counseling and
the ASAM program. Interns provide all of the services except for Immigration Clinical Evaluations.
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Medicare and Medicaid is not accepted (Skyland Trail, 2017). Skyland Trail works with SJ Health
to assist client with reimbursements when one is working with an insurance company that is out of
their network (Skyland Trail, 2017). The client will have to pay for fees out of pocket when
receiving the service (Skyland Trail, 2017). Depending on the level of care that the client will
receive, the cost of treatment will vary (Skyland Trail, 2017).
Skyland Trail also offers day treatment. The client is charged an admission fee of $2,500 and
should pay for the first twenty days of treatment in advance (Skyland Trail, 2017). The client will
be charged directly (Skyland Trail, 2017). In the case that the client s insurance company is in
network, the insurance company will be charged (Skyland Trail, 2017). The average time for a
client to be in the day treatment program is two to three months (Skyland Trail, 2017). If the client
is in the residential treatment program, one should participate in the program for a total of four
months (Skyland Trails, 2017). The individual may participate in the day program for two months
and another two months in the residential treatment program (Skyland Trail, 2017). These policies
could make it difficult for individuals from a lower socioeconomic status to receive treatment. For
example, if one is unable to receive intense treatment. Agencies such as Road to Recovery, Inc.
makes treatment more
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Essay On Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome
Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome is a condition that affects the joints between your jaw
and your skull. The TMJs are located near your ears and allow your jaw to open and close. These
joints and the nearby muscles are involved in all movements of the jaw. People with TMJ
syndrome have pain in the area of these joints and muscles. Chewing, biting, or other movements of
the jaw can be difficult or painful.
TMJ syndrome can be caused by various things. In many cases, the condition is mild and goes
away within a few weeks. For some people, the condition can become a long term problem.
CAUSES
Possible causes of TMJ syndrome include:
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Other symptoms may include:
Pain when moving the jaw, such as when chewing or biting.
Being unable to open your jaw all the way.
Clicking sound when opening your mouth.
Headache.
Earache.
Neck or shoulder pain.
DIAGNOSIS
Diagnosis can usually be made based on your symptoms, your medical history, and a physical
exam. Your health care provider may check the range of motion of your jaw. Imaging tests, such
as X rays or an MRI, are sometimes done. You may need to see your dentist to determine if your
teeth and jaw are lined up correctly.
TREATMENT
TMJ syndrome often goes away on its own. If treatment is needed, the options may include:
Eating soft foods and applying ice or heat.
Medicines to relieve pain or inflammation.
Medicines to relax the muscles.
A splint, bite plate, or mouthpiece to prevent teeth grinding or jaw clenching.
Relaxation techniques or counseling to help reduce stress.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). This helps relieve pain by applying an
electrical current through the skin.
Acupuncture. This is sometimes helpful to relieve
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Uncertainty, Fear And Communication In The Bath By Raymond...
In The Bath by Raymond Carver we have the theme of conflict, uncertainty, helplessness, fear and
communication. Taken from his What We Talk About When We Talk About Love collection the
story is narrated in the third person by an unnamed narrator and is an early version of another
Carver short story (A Small, Good Thing). One of the most striking things about the beginning of
the story is that it becomes clear to the reader that Carver may be exploring the theme of
communication (or the lack of it). Ann Weiss is in a baker s shop ordering a cake for her son
Scotty s birthday. Though she tells the baker, who remains unnamed throughout the story, what she
is looking for the baker says very little, assuring Ann that she has told him everything he needs to
know. The baker s reassurance is important because in some ways it is the only time in the story in
which Ann (or her husband) are assured that everything is okay. At no other stage in the story is
there a sense, particularly for Ann that things are or will be okay (when it comes to Scotty s
condition). If anything Ann remains uncertain throughout the story as to what will happen Scotty....
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The following Monday, when Scotty is walking to school with his friend, Scotty tries to persuade
his friend to tell him what he has bought him for his birthday however his friend doesn t say
anything. Also after Scotty has been hit by the car, his friend asks him what it was like to be hit by
a car but Scotty doesn t answer his friend. Again the idea of a lack of communication. There are
further instances in the story in which there is a lack of communication. There is the instance in
where Ann tells the technician I don t understand this, when the technician starts to take Scotty s
blood. Ann (as anyone would) expects some explanation from the technician but it is not
forthcoming. He continues without discussion or explanation, to take Scotty s
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Fritz Lang Final Scene Analysis
The Serial Killer and the Criminals In the final scene of the 1931 crime drama, M (dir. Fritz
Lang), the child serial killer Hans Beckert (Peter Lorre) is finally captured and put on trial by the
criminal network of the city. Finally surrounded and forced to deal with his crimes, this scene
slowly shows Bekert s unraveling as he loses all sense of control, submitting to the crowd of
criminals surrounding him. By using elements of mise en scГЁne such as setting, blocking, and
acting style, the scene shows both Berket s continual rise and fall of hope compared to the
determination and absolute control of the criminals. The scene is based in the underground of an
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Bekert begins to lose himself again, panic filling his face, but is brought back by judges and is
forced to turn around again, this time revealing a picture of each of his victim. The reverse shots
of Bekert and the picture show ranging expressions of panic, first jumping back, second taking a
fist to his mouth in shock, and third running for the door. The movement of Bekert causes a
reaction from the crowd and guards, who force him back down the stairs in a chaotic struggle.
By allowing the rise and fall of Bekert s emotions from calm, to shock, to complete panic, a
pattern is established for the remainder of the scene and supports the control the criminals have
over Bekert s fate. Degradingly, Bekert is thrown to the ground onto a pile of wood, shown in a
high angle shot as the crowd yells at him. The crowd is silenced by the judges, the lead judge
voice overlaying a tracking medium shot of all the other panel members as he explains their
relation to the wall. This shot reveals the history and stoic personalities of the people Bekert is
now up against, revealing how he will not be able to persuade them of his innocence and how they
will not accept any fate for him besides death. Bekert attempts to yell back at them, but is silenced
again by an offscreen hand
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Dantes Inferno Research Paper
Dante Alighieri born on June 1, 1265 in Florence, Italy. Dante is a Italian poet and philosopher.
He was born in a family that was a part of the political scene in Florence. His mother died a few
years after he was born. He went to study at the University of Bologna which was one of the most
famous universities in the medieval world. While he was there, one of the most famous scholars at
that advised and encouraged Dante. His name was Brunetto Latini. He appears in Inferno. Only at
twelve years old, Dante was to marry a girl named Gemma Donati. They both married but what the
problem was that Dante loved another woman. Her name was Beatrice Portinari. Dante s father was
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He has been compared to the most famous poet ever, Shakespeare. He has been said to be the
only writer to be in the same class as him. Some people believe that Dante s Divine Comedy is
better than some of Shakespeare s work. Dante s Divine Comedy is still one of the best works of
literature after 650 years. The work of art is a major part of The Western Canon. The Western
Canon is a collection of the greatest books in history.
Dante died in 1321 while traveling to Venice. What most people think was that he caught a
disease like malaria because this was spreading throughout the medieval ages. He was buried in
the Church of San Pier in Ravenna, Italy. Soon after he was buried, Florence argued that the poet s
body should return to the city that he was born in. Today, Dante s body is in Ravenna even though
Florence stills argues that he should be in the city that he was
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The Shichi Go San and the Marimo Matsuri Festivals Essay
Fall is the time for letting go of the old ways and bringing in the new life. Autumn is also the
period where one harvests their desire to learn. Autumn is the time for departure but having
already fulfilled in wisdom and maturity. Fall is also the time to be thankful for all the things that
occurred in your life. In Japan, the fall festivals are a way for the people to pray and be thankful
for the harvests. Some festivals that occur in Japan during this time of the year are: Marimo
Matsuri, Nada no Kenka Matsuri, Sichi Go San, Tori no Ichi, and the Kawagoe Matsuri. To begin
with, the Kawagoe Matsuri in the Saitama prefectureoccurs on the third Saturday and Sunday in
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This festival goes on for a couple of days, beginning with a lecture on the algae on the first day. On
the second day, it is a celebration for the Marimo algae and a ceremony where one receives their
own. It is said that when one receives their marimo algae, they are also offering their
appreciation to Mother Nature. Next, the Nada no Kenka Matsuri is a celebration that occurs in
the Hyogo prefecture from October 14th to the 15th. This festival is also referred to as the
Fighting Festival (hence the name Kenka Matsuri). It is also referred to this name because men
carrying the mikoshi (portable shrines) are pushing against other groups of men. The Nada no
Kenka Matsuri usually occurs at the Natsubara Hachiman Shrine in the city of Himeji. During this
occasion, there are no rules about bumping into other shrines, so once another group has their
shrine placed upon another, the contest is over. There are usually three different groups who
participate in this festival based on their age. The group with the white headband consists of
people from ages thirty five and up. The group with yellow headbands contains people from
twenty six to thirty five years of age. The last group, red headbands, has people who are under the
age
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The Schlieffen Plan Created By General Alfred Von Schlieffen
The Schlieffen Plan created by General Alfred Von Schlieffen in 1905 in WWI was believed to
be a foolproof operation intended for German victory over the French and Russian alliance by
holding off Russia with minimal strength and swiftly defeating France by a massive movement
through the Low Countries. Failure of precise instruction led to Britain declaring war on
Germany. The Schlieffen plan was an ineffective approach on the Germans behalf as Britain, the
rivalry country to Germany, had mobilized their troops to help France against Germany in
accordance to the alliance treaty withholding Britain, Serbia and Russia (Entente Alliance). There
are abounding reasons of failure however time, direction and change come in as the most logical
to the argument. Timing had to be everything, using the Schlieffen Plan, the German army had to
defeat France before Russia could mobilize. The plan was made on the assumption that Germany
would mobilize its units, send them to France and defeat France before Russia could finish their
mobilization. For this to result germany had to mobilize first, however during the war had Russia
mobilized their troops first in response to Austria Hungary s planned attack on Serbia. Now when
the Germans began sending their men to France while Russia were close to finishing their
mobilization. So when the Germans were approaching Paris, the Russian s quickly attacked into
Germany s eastern front which was guarded by only a few soldiers, since most
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The Personality Of Personality Variables
Personality variables have long been hypothesized to be related to expressions of feelings and
behaviors (Eysenck, 1992) and others have shown direct relationships with affect (Costa McCrae,
1984; Diener Emmons, 1984). There have been significant relationships reported especially for the
traits of extraversion and neuroticism. Generally, extraversion is positively correlated with positive
affect and neuroticism is positively correlated with negative affect. Results such as these make
sense in that extraverted individuals tend to enjoy human interaction, and be talkative, assertive,
and gregarious, especially in social situations. Introverts on the other hand, tend to be more
withdrawn, and take more pleasure in solitary activities such as reading and writing. It has been
hypothesized that extroverts experience higher levels of subjective well being, and this may be due
to the fact that they engage in more social interactions providing the opportunity for more life
circumstances, which in turn create the opportunity to experience more positive affectivity (Larsen
Ketelaar, 1991). The personality trait neuroticism is characterized by anxiety, moodiness, fear, and
frustration. Neurotic individuals also tend to respond more negatively to stressors and to report
ordinary situations as threatening and minor frustrations as hopelessly difficult (Ormel, Jeronimus,
Kotov, Riese, Bos, Hankin, 2013). Because of these tendencies, neurotic individuals tend to put
themselves
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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Federalism
Federalism is restricted that governments decide to take care of the issue of administering
substantial populaces and different societies. Federalism lives up to expectations by separating its
power and responsibility, instead of a unitary government, in which the focal government controls
everything. Federalists convictions could be better portrayed as nationalist. The Federalists were
instrumental in 1787 in forming the new US Constitution, which fortified the national government
to the detriment. The Anti Federalists contradicted the US s ratification Constitution; however they
never composed effectively over each of the thirteen states, thus needed to battle the ratification at
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In addition, as to the criticisms, albeit some of them are consistent and right, they don t experience
the pessimistic experienced by the Central States, and is nothing contrasted and the constructive
example gave by the federal government, particularly for various nations, societies and people
groups. Another point of preference is that Federalism offers representation to diverse populaces.
Nationals of different areas may have diverse yearnings, ethnicity and take after distinctive
societies. The focal government can at times ignore these distinctions and receive policies which
take into account the greater part. This is the place the local government ventures in. Privileges of
the minorities are ensured as well. We can abridge the benefits of federal frameworks in the fact
that it serves to prompt the spread of security and inside peace, create regular values, urge or
prompt vote based pluralism, ensure and prompt a balance between the distinctions, the washouts
are swinging to the victors at the area s level lastly, it get the government closer to the general
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Consequences Of Consumerism In Robert Gray s The Meatworks
An alternative: Consumerism has created a perpetual demand for products, but we are left distinctly
unaware of the horrific implications of our purchases.
The perpetual demand for goods created by consumerism has left us ignorant to the horrible
consequences of our purchases.
Confronting texts often incite a process of discovery that can challenge worldviews. As such,
composers of these texts offer fresh and meaningful insight into commonly held conceptions,
evoking emotional and intellectual discoveries that lead to renewed perceptions of ourselves and
our society. Robert Gray s imagistic poems The Meatworks (1982)and Flames and Dangling Wire
(1977) serve as conduits for the confronting discovery of mankind s ignorance of the consequences
of consumerism. Author J.M. Coetzee s novella The Lives of Animals (1999) violently thrusts the
audience into a reaction against consumerism, hence showing how discovery can be far reaching
and transformative.
Discoveries can be confronting and provocative, and can often lead to renewed understandings of
our society. In Robert Gray s poem The Meatworks , Gray offers disturbing insight into the
horrifying reality of the meat industry, following the persona s process of self discovery as they
realise society s high value on consumerism has paved the way for the destruction of nature. Gray
opens with gruesome details of the conditions of the persona s workplace; the abattoir. By doing so,
he immediately confronts the reader in the
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Essay on Angelo s Pizza
Perspectives in International Business Final Exam Student Name__________________ 5
Essay/Problem questions Essay/Problem #1 10 POINTS If you lived in New York and you
discovered that the dollar was quoted in Beijing at Y 2.60/US$, and the Yuan were quoted in
New York at $0.40, what would you do to profit from the situation? ( remember, you live in New
York, you originally own U.S . Dollars). #2 20 POINTS Assume you have $1,000,000 U.S. dollars
that you can invest for the next 180 days. Using only the data given below, answer the following
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Please list and discuss how they are categorized this way and why. #4 25 POINTS Prior to
investing in, or trading with another country, List and discuss those issues of concern discussed that
the host country have concerning your investment in their country.. Use one country as an example
in your discussion. With the activities and interests of investors, lenders and companies becoming
increasingly global, the Commission is increasing its involvement in a number of forums to
develop a globally accepted, high quality financial reporting framework. At both a domestic and
international level, consistently have been based on the view that the only way to achieve fair,
liquid and efficient capital markets worldwide is by providing investors with information that is
comparable, transparent and reliable. That is why we have pursued a dual objective of upholding
the quality of financial reporting domestically, while encouraging meeting towards a high quality
global financial reporting framework internationally. In this release, we are seeking comment on
the necessary elements of such a framework, as well as on ways to achieve this objective. One
aspect of this is seeking input to determine under what conditions
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Analysis Of Flaubert s Madame Bovary
In Madame Bovary, Flaubert writes a couple of major moments in very brief and plain ways.
What Flaubert does for these moments is build up our expectations of what we think is going to
happen long before it actually occurs so that when the moment nears, he can make the current
buildup and the moment itself quick and plain. This is so that we are emotionally detached
from it and the character s experience and ours do not mix. One passage where this happens is
near the beginning of part 3, on page 208, where Emma is having a conversation with Leon. The
passage is With a slight shrug, Emma interrupted him to lament the illness during which she had
nearly died; what a shame! she would no longer be suffering now. Leon immediately envied the
tranquillity of the grave, and one night he had even written his will, requesting that he be buried
in that beautiful coverlet, with its bands of velvet, that she had given him; for this was the way
they would have liked to be they were both creating for themselves an ideal against which they
were not adjusting their past lives. Besides. speech is a rolling press that always amplifies one s
emotions. But at this invention concerning the coverlet: Why? she asked. Why? . He hesitated.
Because I loved you so much! And, applauding himself for having gotten past the difficult part,
Leon watched her expression from the corner of his eye. Leon s confession is heavily set up by the
passages that came before it instead of sentences
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Of Mice And Men Curley s Wife Newspaper Article
I am a News reporter from Sky News. And I am going to tell about a murder that happened a year
ago. The victim s name was named Lennie. We got to know that he was mentally challenged. The
Killer was his own friend named George.
This all started with Curley s wife s death. (Curley s wife is the ranch owner s son s wife) Curley
s wife was found in the barn with a broken neck. Old candy found her in the barn. He called all
people and Curley. Curley was angry and know that Lennie has killed his wife. Curley thought this
because Lennie crushed his hand and also Curley don t like the big guys. But, other all people
were telling that Lennie can t kill Curley s wife. But, Curley didn t listen to them.
Then, they all gone to find Lennie with Curley. Also, Curley told George to stay with them so he
doesn t think that George also is involved in his wife s murder and also he know that where is
Lennie. Before they go to find Lennie Curley told Carlson to go and get his gun. But, when
Carlson has gone to his room and tried to find the handgun, but he can t so he told ... Show more
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George took Carlson gun and shoot Lennie. In the text it said, Yeah. He had your gun. In the text
it said, But George sat stiffly on the bank and looked at his right hand that had thrown the gun
away. (page: 107)We heard that a reporter had asked few questions to Slim and he said that
Carlson handgun was used to kill Lennie, he also says that George killed Lennie, and Problem
between Lennie the victim and Curley was that Curley don t like big guys and the victim was a
big guy. Defense Investigator asked questions to Crooks said that Lennie on purpose to give
punishment to kill Curley s wife. But when we went to the Courthouse while investing of George
by Prosecuting Lawyer. Lawyer asked question to George but George said in his answer. No, he
didn t killed Lennie. He has also never seen anyone in the crime
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Empress Wu Zetian And Queen Elizabeth I
All throughout history and in different regions of the world, ambitious female rulers have
discovered that their greatest challenge was to overcome society s negative perception of
women gaining power. As did all rulers, female leaders also had to overcome obstacles in times
of political disorder in order to gain power. The theme of a female ruler s ability to overcome
challenges in times of political turmoil has manifested similarly and differently in the rule of
Chinese Empress Wu Zetianand England s Queen Elizabeth I. The megalomaniacal Wu Zetian has
garnered sizable attention for being the first and only empress of China, her devious methods to
gain the title, and violent tendencies to keep it. Queen Elizabeth has been praised for becoming...
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Confucians continued to loathe Wu Zetian even after declaring herself empress and tension was
rapidly rising with constant fear of rebellion. Wu Zetian attempted to combat Confucians by
promoting Buddhism to be the official religion of China through the mass construction of Buddhist
temples, invitation of scholars, and the creation of cave sculptures. The purpose of the policy was
to make her a legitimate ruler in the eyes of the new converted Buddhists. As a result, Confucians
further detested her as she tried to spread a contrasting religion and remove Confucianism as the
state philosophy. Furthermore, the public, aside from the highly Confucian followers, began to
now see her as a legitimate ruler as the new philosophy supported her rule. Similarly, Queen
Elizabeth faced domestic problems with the disunity within the Anglican Church, an important part
of English society. According to the Act of Uniformity issued by Queen Elizabeth, a Common
Book of Prayer was decreed that eventually fixed the variation of prayers in churches across
England. As a result, there was less conflict and debate between people over whose way of
practicing was correct and people felt a sense of unity as now all followed the same practices.
Furthermore, the Act helped strengthen the church as an establishment through its unification of
the people, which helped Elizabeth gain her strongest
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Victorian Literature, Characteristics And Description Of...
ORIAN LITERATURE
Victorian literature was produced during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837 1901), so BrontГ«
sisters (Charlotte, Emily and Anne) are bright representatives of the Victorian period because their
famous novels such as Jane Eyre (1847, Charlotte BrontГ«), Wuthering Heights (1847, Emily
BrontГ«), Vilette (1853, Charlotte BrontГ«), The Professor (1857, Charlotte BrontГ«), appeared
during the Victorian period. Other leading novelists of the Victorian period were Charles Dickens
(1812 1870), William Makepeace Thackeray (1811 1863), Thomas Hardy (1840 1928), as well as
many others. England in the 19th century experienced technological, medical, scientific and social
advance due to the Industrial Revolution. So much of the writing of this time dealt with the
pressing issues of the Victorian period. The following chapter will display main themes,
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During the reign of Queen Victoria England experienced significant changes in science, medicine,
transport, religion and technology such as development of the railways and discovery of the
telephone. The following chapter is going to study notable discoveries and to provide the
description of the Victorian period and all those changes that contributed to the development of the
19th century Victorian England that will help to understand the general picture of the Victorian
period in order to examine the novels by BrontГ« sisters.
The Victorian period begins in England on 20 June 1837 when Queen Victoria (1819 1901)
mounted the throne after the death of her uncle William IV and ends in 22nd January 1901 with
her death (of natural causes) and succession of her eldest son King Edward VII. King William
was the third son of George III (the king of England from1760 to 1820), but King Edward VII
governed the country from 22 January 1901 until his death in
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Cuban Embargo
1.Economic sanctions placed on Cuba by the US as a result of cold war era problems have
resulted in a halt in Cuban economic growth. This problems included their friendliness with the
soviets, and the missile crisis as a result of this. Other factors that contributed to the hatred
between the two nations, the one having the most effect being the travel and economic embargo
placed on the island nation. This occurred shortly after Fidel Castro s entrance into power,
mainly on his decision to nationalize private US oil companies. The embargo that has been in
place for more than 54 years has not only been widely rejected globally, due to its effect on the
island s economy which has led to a reduction in the quality of life of many working class Cubans
and its effect it has had on the establishment of the Cuban government. This includes shortages of
food, crumbling infrastructure, and lack of jobs. Secret peace talks... Show more content on
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The result of this was three Cuban prisoners were released by the US and by the release of Alan
Gross a US citizen. The US gov has been considering reopening their embassy in Havana as a
result of this. 2.The UN has always urged for the embargo to be lifted by the US imperialists
with the first vote having been in 1992. This has been reflected continuously by the vote of the
general assembly to have the US lift the embargo. In the 193 nation assembly 188 voted in favor
of lifting the embargo with the USA and Israel opposed. Through the years it has been made clear
that the world is in favour of the lift of the embargo which would not only help reestablish
diplomatic relations, but would also allow the Cuban economy to develop once again. Many
nations have praised president Obama s and President Raul Castro s actions to reestablish
diplomatic relations between the two providing a path to friendliness and eventually a lift in the
embargo. The most influential NGO that has dealt with this issue
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A Presentation Of The Rationale For The Qualitative Case...
In this chapter, I will describe the methodology of my case study. I will begin with a presentation
of the rationale for the qualitative case study approach. Next, I will present the participant selection
criteria, the design of the study, and the methods of the data collection which will include the two
interviews (first and follow up), classroom observation, videotaping the participant during
instruction, and document data collection. I will also discuss the strategies I will be using to
enhance the trustworthiness of the study. At the end of this chapter, I will explain the methods of
the data analysis. Appendix A will be included at the end of the chapter. I will develop Table(s) of
the data collection.
Rationale for Qualitative Approach
The choice to choose the qualitative approach will mainly be depended on my purpose and
research questions to be addressed. Since the purpose of this case study is to define the teacher s use
of ASL fingerspelling will be implemented during instruction. The purpose of my case study is not
to compare or measure the effectiveness of the participant s method of instruction, but to observe
how the participant uses ASL fingerspelling, if any, during class instruction and how it was
implemented. The qualitative approach will be carefully selected ....
Data Collection Methods
Participant Selection
In selecting a participant for the case study was to choose one person who is a deaf education
teacher and uses ASL. The teacher works in
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Same-sex Marriage Opponents
Many Americans are opposed to same sex marriage, while, at the same time, in support of civil
unions (Dudley). Many same sex marriage opponents disagree based solely on the use of the
word marriage. Those opponents to same sex marriage feel that the term marriage is defined by
societal norms or established by religious tradition and should be limited to only define a
relationship between a man and a woman. Opponents to same sex marriagebased solely on the use
of the word marriagepoint out that from a lawful perspective, marriage and civil unions encompass
the same benefits (Smith). The argument over what to call same sex marriage however fails to take
into account the true nature of what members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
(LGBT) community seek and what opponents oppose. Members of the LGBT community seek full
marriage equality in term and in accomplishment, not a separate but equal standing. We need to
extend the debate beyond terminology and focus our attention towards the issue of why the LGBT
community merits equal access to all rights, specifically marriage.
One of the main arguments for same sex marriage is the right to be a legal partner to a spouse. In
most situations, current local, state, and federal law will find against the privileges of the non
marred companion to make medical decisions for their significant other. In marriage, when a
spouse is injured or even killed, the law acknowledges the married spouse as the next of kin;
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Teenage Rebellion Research Paper
The Similarities and Differences of the Causes of the
Rebellion in Upper and Lower Canada
The causes of the Rebellions of 1837 in Upper and Lower Canada have similarities and
differences. For example, both Upper and Lower Canada had problems with their government, not
having a representative or responsible one. They also both had a group, the Family Compact in
Upper Canada and the Chateau Clique in Lower Canada, that had a lot of money and power.
Another similarity is that they both had a document trying for change that got shut down by the
government, Gourlay s petition in Upper Canada, and the 92 Resolutions in Lower Canada. The
proposed union of 1822 also contributed to the Rebellions of 1837 in both Upper and Lower
Canada, as both they disapproved of union of the two colonies. The proposed union of 1822 could
also be considered a difference in the causes of the rebellions, since the union would make the
French in Lower Canada, a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Firstly, the government in both Upper and Lower Canada both were neither representative nor
responsible, it was an oligarchy. Even though anyone (landowning men) could have been elected
as part of the Legislative Assembly, the Legislative Assembly only could suggested ideas. Any
suggestions could be vetoed by the councils or the governor, who were all appointed by Britain,
making the assembly ultimately have no power in the government. This was a huge issue because
the councils were mostly made up of the Family Compact (in Upper Canada) and the Chateau
Clique (in Lower Canada). Which leads to the second similarity of the causes, the power structures,
the Family Compact and the Chateau Clique. Both of these upper class groups wanted different
things than the lower classes. An example is that the Family Compact wanted to build canals
instead of roads and the Chateau Clique wanted the
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The Importance Of Italy In The Aeneid
Virgil makes it clear throughout the Aeneid that Italy is a crucial location for Aeneas to visit on his
Odyssean like adventure through omens, prophesy and discussions with the Gods. As the Aeneid
was written to honour Augustus, any reader of it would know that Italy is in fact the future site of
Rome and therefore Virgilmust show its importance to Aeneasand his future descendants. Previous
to Book 7, the land of Italy, or Latium, is referred to many times by many different characters of the
Aeneidyet it is in this Book that Aeneas finally sights and lands at it. Virgil s description of this
land with a great forest and the river Tiber in all its beauty with all manner of birds flying about
it shows Latium to be a beautiful place, full of life. By describing it in such a way Virgil begins to
show its importance; it is clear that this place can easily sustain life and appears peaceful, something
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This shows how important the land of Italy is to the Trojans as the founder of their previous
home was originally from there and also gives them a strong right to return. Later in the Aeneid
when the Trojans and their allies must fight the natives of Latium, the reader is even more
supportive of Aeneas as it is not seen as him invading but almost a return home. Virgil attaches
importance to the future site of Rome with his lengthy description of the great warriors who
once lived and fought there. In Book 7, after Juno has sent the fury Allecto to create madness in
Amata and Turnus, the men of Hesperia begin preparing for war. They are described as the son
of heroes and gods, whom neither fire nor steel might lay low . By describing a great number of
men in such a way, Virgil shows that the land of Italy is full of brave, fierce fighters and it
therefore must be an important land to breed and house such
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Logistics Dell
Our Dell Global Fulfillment and Logistics (GF L) organization aims to develop and sustain a global
transportation and logistics network that uses the most efficient and effective means for us and our
transportation providers to distribute our products to our customers. Our job is to get the right
product, to the right place, at the right time. Furthermore, our Dell Logisticsteams must do this at
the right cost. We continue to optimize transportation costs while improving quality and striving to
exceed the service expectations of our customers.
In fiscal year 2011, many dynamic changes within the Dell fulfillment model challenged our teams.
As a result, there were and will continue to be refinements to our transportation and logistics ...
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In Asia Pacific/Japan (APJ), the optimal mode of transport is ocean shipment to countries such as
Japan, Australia and New Zealand. In the Americas, certain aspects of our business dictate that
we ship notebooks from Asia to the United States. In the past, we relied primarily on air service.
However, last year we enjoyed improvements in our supply chain by shipping more freight from
Asia to the U.S. via ocean carriers. Furthermore, we have also implemented the use of rail transport
from ocean terminals to Dell fulfillment centers within the United States. This process has also
become a standard practice to deliver notebooks to customers in Latin America and EMEA.
To provide world class logistics support for Dell and our customers, our logistics teams must also
leverage the best transportation and logistics providers available in the industry. During the past
year, we made changes to the relationships we had with some of our carrier partners, which again
required significant adjustments to networks and processes, as well as great attention to detail. As
volumes shifted from one carrier to another, we ensured that there were no disruptions in customer
service (such as delays in delivery times or an increase in the number of incidents with missing,
wrong or damaged products) that would have negatively affected our customers purchase and
delivery experience.
Dell s Logistics Teams Green
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Internal And External Factors Of Failure
It has been widely recognized that business growth and survival, success or failure depend both on
external and internal factors. Most of the challenges in which a business will face might be
foreseeable and some will be completely unpredictable. However, if a business is successful,
management must be attentive to all matters which are likely to have a material impact on its
viability, and must then demonstrate skills both in exploiting opportunities and mitigating threats
(FEE 2004).
In general, many different terminologies are related to business failure, such as firm closure,
entrepreneurial exit, dissolution, discontinuance, insolvency, organizational mortality, and
bankruptcy Cardozo and Borchert (2004). Typically, entrepreneurial failure is defined as the cease
of an operation for financial reasons, but one type of entrepreneurial failure is the discontinuance of
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In most cases, a complex mixture of causes contributes to business failure. It is very rare for one
single factor to be involved (FEE 2004). According to the literature, the variables that explain
business failure can be grouped into four broad categories: (1) firm specific, (2) industry specific,
(3) macro economic, and (4) spatial or geographic factors (Maoh Kanaroglou 2007; Ooghe De
Prijcker 2008), classified causes of failure business into four groups of factors: general environment
(economics, technology, foreign countries, politics, and social factors), immediate environment
(customers, suppliers, competitors, banks and credit institutions, stockholders, and misadventure),
manager/entrepreneur (motivation, qualities, skills, and characteristics) and corporate strategy
(strategy and investments, operations, personnel, and
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A Safe Injection Site Is Essential For Esquimalt And Victoria
In 2015, Victoria, BC saw an increase in drug overdoses throughout the city including one death
occurring in Esquimalt (Times Colonist, 2015). Drug related overdose fatalities are preventable if
the population has access to services that would minimize the risk of an overdose. Through the
assessment of the community of Esquimalt, I am proposing that there is a need to establish a safe
injection siteto prevent accidental overdoses, as well as provide social services for detoxification
and rehabilitation programs. It is necessary to note that Victoria and Esquimalt are not
differentiated when studies are done. Therefore, the extrapolation of accurate druguse statistics for
Esquimalt is not available. For the purpose of this paper, Victoria... Show more content on
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In addition, drug related deaths have occurred in this community. Therefore, a safe injection site
is a priority for Esquimalt. Moreover, safe injection sites have been proven to save taxpayer s
dollars. According to Kerr and Woods (2009), an individual who uses intravenous drugs has an
increased risk of contracting HIV. The lifetime cost of HIV per person is approximately
$150,000. However, with proper intervention to decrease HIV rates, the healthcare system saves
$130,000. This injection site I am proposing would be modeled after the InSite program in
Vancouver. Pinkerton (2011) reports that this program has saved taxpayers $1.9 million a year in
HIV and overdose related health costs. Therefore, a program like this in the community would be
beneficial because it will ensure the marginalized members of the community are receiving care,
but also decrease spending on future health care costs related to disease and overdose.
Drug Addiction in Esquimalt While doing research on this community, it became apparent that the
public has access to many different social services that have helped the residents achieve wellness
(Abra et al., 2016), including Edgewood Health Network, a rehabilitation centre for addictions and
mental health. However, there is no support for people who are currently active drug users or have
relapsed (Edgewood Health Network, n.d). Studies have shown that relapsed users have an
increased risk of
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Reflection Paper On Calculus
Calculus has always seemed to be a daunting task for high school students. I feel that it is a mental
block that has been developed in our minds due to the initial challenges it throws at us. Since A
form, I have had an immense passion for this branch of mathematics. During summer holidays, I
took Calculus lessons to enhance my graphical understanding of complex equations. Therefore, I
would like to discuss an intriguing topic of Calculus to generate interest amongst that segment of
my batch that has aversion towards Calculus. My topic is to study few fascinating algebraic and
geometric properties of elliptical curves and its application in fields such as Cryptography.
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For every value of x, it is assumed that it is impossible to find discrete logarithm of a random elliptic
curve element. This assumption is also known as elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem .
Discrete logarithm can be best understood through modular exponentiation. Though this term may
sound pompous, I assure you it is not the case. In modular arithmetic, number theorists study the
behavior of numbers on division with other numbers. Consider the number 13, on division with 8 it
yields the remainder 5. In modular arithmentic this can be written
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BCAA Research Paper
Athletes, bodybuilders, and fitness enthusiasts often use BCAAs or branched chain amino acids to
supply their body with the necessary nutrients it needs to help boost their physical performance.
Thus making the ProSupps Hydro BCAA a popular supplement for active individuals. Whatever
sports or fitness routine you are into, your body requires sufficient amounts of BCAAs to prevent
the breakdown of your muscles, especially when it is constantly exposed to regular physical
activities.
This supplement consists of BCAAs, glutamine, and citrulline. The combination of these essential
ingredients help assist your body for faster muscle recovery in between your training and workouts.
As you go through your regular exercise regimen, this supplement
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Book Report On The Japanese Tales
In the Japanese Tales, translated by Royall Tyler, the observation that snakes function as agents
of karma is valid. In order to teach this Buddhist theme, snakes can be portrayed with a broad
range of abilities and personalities to maintain a system of cosmic justice. Consequently, the
imagery of snakes is seen as complex and paradoxical from tale to tale through their ways of
delivering justices. However, snakes are not only agents of karma, but can also be agents to teach
the consequence of sexual desires. This essay will show the complex characterization of snakes in
order to express the consequences for certain behaviors such as dishonesty, lack of devotion to
Buddhism, and lust.
While snakes are seen as agents of karma in Red Heat, they are also portrayed as a creature with
strong vengeful and evil personality toward those who express dishonesty and lack of devotion
to Buddhist vows. As illustrated in Red Heat, a pair of monks sets themselves up for karmic
repercussions by accepting hospitality from a lustful widow. This gives a chance for the widow
to target one of the monks to be her sexual partner, which placed the monk in a situation to
commit more misdeeds. The monks behavior demonstrates a lack of devotion to protecting their
vow to remain in chaste, which was to stay away from sexual interactions with women (Tyler
160). When the sexual pursuit occurred, the monk told the widow, If I suddenly break my vow, we
ll suffer (Tyler 160).
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The Abortion Debate Essay
The topic of abortion is one of the most controversial topics affecting our society. The disagreement
between for and against abortion has caused hundreds of fights that have even resulted in death.
Regardless of what many individuals may accept, fetus removal is not right or off. It is a matter of
individual assessment. Consequently, each one side can say with assurance that alternate isn t right.
Accordingly the inquiry remains; should premature birth be lawful? Though many people may
disagree on this fact that only legalized abortion is the only way woman s still have their right. One
just needs to investigate American history to see the effects of denying premature births to ladies.
The viciousness which happens today because of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They started to dissent fetus removal as unfeeling, obtuse, and lethal. Loaded with another feeling
of reason and the brilliance of a crisp, exemplary reason to maintain this new ethics cleared the
field concealing everybody afterward. Abortionists who were once venerated and hinged on were
currently hated and undermined. In spite of the fact that premature births still happened with
normality, they were kept noiseless and seen as a matter of disgrace. Over the next hundred years,
public sentiment for the fetus continued to rise until the inevitable happened in America during
the early 40 s; Abortion was made illegal. (Cohen 17). There was such a large number of back
applauding and congrats around the against fetus removal. They had succeeded in sparing the lives
of the several pure unborn children who might have been foolishly butchered for the
accommodation of narrow minded, insensible, and untrustworthy ladies. In light of this new law,
ladies might settle down and raise families or give these delightful youngsters over under the
control of the many cherishing couples who were simply sitting tight for a child to call their own.
It appeared that the ideal law had barely been passed. On the other hand had it?
It has been demonstrated time and time again all around history that the human soul won t permit
restriction. Something inside us feels the necessity
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  • 6. We Can Prevent Obesity Essay There are many serious health issues today in society. A few of them are anorexia nervosa, bulimia, diabetes, and obesity. Today, obesity is one of the most popular diseases around the world. Obesity typically means having a body mass index of thirty kilograms or more. If taken in more calories than burned, it leads to being overweight, and eventually obesity. Since the 1960s, people in the United States and other industrialized countries have become heavier on average. Excess weight is the cause of more illness than virtually any other medical condition. Most people still do not practice healthy behaviors that can prevent obesity. Obesity is mostly caused by poor eating habits. People do not eat healthy foods, have larger portions than... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With children being overweight or obese, it is very much associated with it happening as adults. Most teens are not worried about their calorie intake. They eat what they think tastes good, not caring if it is healthy or not. Children mainly become overweight because of what they eat and drink. Whether male or female, some young people who are extremely overweight drop out of school and will not leave the house unless it is absolutely necessary (6). Boys tend to do more physical activities than girls, that is why girls are more effective when it comes to obesity. For example, boys are always outside playing sports such as football, baseball, soccer, and basketball. As for girls, they may do the same but most girls just sit inside watch television, movies, and eat junk food. Programs have been developed to prevent adolescent obesity (Power 14). Many young teens begin to smoke cigarettes at their age. If they try to quit, it is most likely that they will gain weight. When children are overweight or obese, it transitions to adulthood. If an adult is obese, chances are they were obese as a child. They are most likely still obese as an adult because they have not changed their eating habits or increased their physical activity since then. Obesity is increasingly becoming a major concern for adults. One third of the adult population is now obese, and two thirds are overweight (Wisman 1). When most people discover they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Naked Economics Chapter 4 WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT Chapter 4: World, National, Regional, and Other Organizations Case Problems 1. A popular tourist state has fallen on hard times. The state government can no longer provide adequate funds for its state park system. The governor has proposed a group maintenance policy for the parks. This means that all the parks in a given part of the state would be managed on a group basis. Eliminated would be all of the individual local park managers. Several million people visit these parks each year an important part of the state s tourism. What might be some feasible solutions to the funding problems of the park system? We all know that the tourism plays an important role in the overall national economy and each of its ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Something should be taken care of: because of the tourism it will help the country, the whole nation to earn the revenue and developments can be better. Should let them know that the tourist promotions should be handled carefully and organize in such a way that more and more people visit the country and the revenue will increase too. We should also keep in mind that the relation between the countries would last good and longer. Chapter 5: Passenger Transportation Case Problems: 1.The Rotary Club program chairman has asked you to give a talk on the advantages of cruises. He has also hinted that club members might be interested in taking a group cruise with their spouses and children. What would you include in your talk? Vacation on a cruise would obviously make exciting to the families and would also make them feel different and distinct experience. When giving them the speech on the advantages of cruises I would include the following information: The best thing is you don t have to keep going to board off to enjoy like: you want to watch movie it has a theatre inside, you want to swim the pool is right there, you want to dine the fine dinning is also there. I mean everything that enjoys you and make the trip enjoyable will already be present in the cruise. Simplicity and convenience Multiple ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Should The Chocolate War Be Banned Noah Feinauer Ms. McDonald English III CPI 26 March 2016 Research Paper Rough Draft Since the beginning of time books have been banned, they get criticized and are forced to be removed or all together gotten rid of. Great Authors are forced to remove their hard work, from public institutions because of one person or organization finding it offensive or unnecessary for their family or the public. The Chocolate War a novel written by Robert Cormier, was published in 1974 and has received mixed reviews ever since, still the novel is considered one of the best young adult novels of its time. Robert Cormier got the idea for the novel by his son who refused to sell chocolates at a school chocolate sale. The Chocolate War is set in a fictional Catholic... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Harris said, Children, even our very young children, do not live in bubbles. They live in the real world. Once again this novel was written for Teens, and for them to get to know the world isn t nice like they think it is when they were young. The Chocolate War shows the reader what happens in life and explains nothing is sweet. Robert Cormier even went on to say before he died that he did something right because there wouldn t be all these concerns about an ineffective book. The banning of The Chocolate War and its continuum of being objected is that we are afraid of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Tom Shadyac s I Am I Am is a documentary made by Tom Shadyac. He was in a bicycle accident that led to him having suffering from post concussion syndrome for a short period in his life. The life altering accident led him to that asking two questions: what wrong with the world, and what can we do to change it. After watching the movie, my view on the world s chaos can be traced back to mankind. So I began to think of ways to solve this great problem. I turned to ancient text affirm my belief that to change the world, we must change ourselves. The following four stories: The Buddha: Sermon at Benares, The Enuma Elish, and Plato: The Allegory of the Cave, Matthew 13, will help to validate my analytical argument. The first belief is that consumerism is bad,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The documentary I Am makes and answered a question, is our greatest strength cooperate or to dominate? We function better in a state of empathy and love than a state of separation. I agree to an extent but I also have seen and experiences that people will take advantage of your kindness. With love and empathy you have to use you intellect and judgement so as to not become taking advantage off. Example my mom got a lump sum from social Security and during the same time she got it everyone need help aka a spice of money. Her being kind led to her lending money to three people that will never pay her back. The people all the even after borrowing money had the audacity to look for another handout. Now my mother money is about gone and they are two. People will use you to keep it short and get to the point so you have to watch where you put your love, kindness, and empathy. Just like the freeloader every family has that leaches in their family. The freeloader uses empathy to get a place to stay I have no place else to go, not bother to get a job and then a place to stay. Just as important are the three emotions selfishness meaning survival of ones being and wants above all, and competition. If you don t take care of your necessities need and wants then how can you take care of anyone else? If you don t believe me give your ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Kimmy Case Study Kimmy is a 14 year old African American female that presents as talkative, insightful, and intelligent. She has a love for horses, dancing, and enjoys crafts. She is the second oldest of four siblings. She identified her strong connection with the Christian faith the African American community. Kimmy is presenting for anger outbursts , homicidal threats, and behavioral problems. The client reports these behaviors began eight months ago after the death of her mother. Her mother died in an auto accident, for which the children were not present. Kimmy has been hospitalized three times in the past 8 months for anger outburst towards her Uncle, older brother, and peers. She has made homicidal threats towards her older brother. Prior to her most... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She reports that she is unfixable because no one has been able to help during her three hospitalizations. Kimmy has participated in group therapy and briefly individual counseling. She reported that these services did not help because they were only focused on her feelings . Kimmy described her anger outburst as feeling out of control , unable to think clearly , and scary . She shared that her anger is towards her older brother, Uncle, and peers at school. When asked what caused her to become angry, she shared that peers, her older brother, and Uncle tease her about being fat and getting in trouble at school. Kimmy was able to identify her early warning signs as increased heart rate, clinching her fist, and feeling annoyed . After an anger outburst, Kimmy said she feels hot and sweaty . After the death of her mother, Kimmy and her three siblings moved in with her maternal Aunt, Uncle, and two cousins. Kimmy reports the relationship with her Aunt is good and her Aunt is a social support. She feels lucky to be living with her Aunt, but that the home is small and finances are tight. Kimmy shared that she loves her younger siblings and wants to get better to be a good role model for them. She also has a close relationship with the school social worker that meets with her as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Phyllis Schlafly s Speech Dan Morgan HIS 332 Professor Bernstein September 15, 2014 Phyllis Schlafly, Speech, March 27, 1979 The Women s Liberation Movement began during the 1960 s and went on throughout the 1970 s. This movement was a feminist effort aimed at gaining equality for women at home, in the workplace, and in society. These parities included politics, pay, education, under representation in the professions, stereotypes, roles, and the status of women in culture. The source of women s oppression stemmed from sexuality/ sexual orientation, racial oppression, capitalism, socio economic status, religion, and men in society. The movement s biggest concern was the push for the passing of the Equal Rights Amendment, which was passed by Congress in 1973. Although... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Schlafly believes that as a mother, it is your job to honor the title of a mother, and put your child /children s needs ahead of your own. As a wife, you must respect your commitment to your husband and do the best you can to help and take care of your family. The feminist movement is steering women away from that, and gives women the idea that their self sacrificing role of taking care of and dedicating their lives to their children is less important then becoming equal to men and living in focus of you. The women s liberation is causing wives and mothers with good families to walk out, in order to chase their self fulfillment. Women no longer want to be burdened with the obligation to take care of a family and raise children, instilling their values into them so they grow up to be strong and positive people in society. Feminism is giving women the idea that they are second class citizens, and they must fight men, their enemy, for the oppression that they have received in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Recreational Therapy Case Study Will Barlow Eng 112 104 Mr. Prestwood 20 March 2017 Recreational Therapy Program In the article, Independent Accreditation of education for Recreational Therapy Practice: A Professional and Ethical Obligation, there are many accusations on how the Recreational Therapy education criteria is centered around a independent system with no ties. The very foundation of this schooling is conversed on being based around health care and how it s used under the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. It describes the current program itself that is already being used and it remarks what is the obstacle that is blocking current programs verses the newer programs trying to be founded. These ideals are centered around past ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was discussed how the recreational therapy program was not the same as recreation and parks program even though they had similar classes. There are two different expectations between the two programs/degrees and recreational therapy was being pushed as an independent accreditation. It was discussed on how a professional stand point is what is needed to help prepare one that is wanting to pursue a career in recreational therapy. The more realistic the studies the more prepared one will be when going into the program. The program has built the guidelines for the program making them more efficient and effective, so that one the job setting has arrived for oneself, the will be equipped with what to expect and be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Pro Death Penalty Thesis Capital punishment, also known as the death penalty, is a sentence sanctioned by government, which punishes a criminal offence by death (The World Encyclopedia, 2001). The acrimonious debate over whether death penalty should be abolished in the United States has continued for decades. In the year of 1608, Captain George Kendall became the first person to be executed by death penaltyin the United States (Barbour, 1962). Hundreds of years later, the United States still keeps the death penalty in its legislation as the last and final punishment to the crime. It is significant to have the question: Should the United States abolish the death penalty? Because hundreds of year passed by, our society is different from the society in 1608, which is the year when Captain George Kendall was executed. Therefore, perhaps we should reconsider question that if the death penalty should still exist in American legislation. This paper will present two thesis statements on this question, one being pro death penalty, thinks that the death penalty should not be abolished in the United State. The other one being anti death penalty, and thinks that the death penalty should be abolished in the United States. Evaluations will be performed on the two articles based on their... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Olin Professor of jurisprudence and public policy at Fordham University in New York City published his article Capital Punishment Saves Innocent Lives expressing his opinion as a death penalty supporter. Ernest van den Haag was a conservative commentator of social issues, especially in the study of crime. He is also one of America s foremost proponents of the death penalty (Eric, 2002). Errnest van den Haag was born in 1914, after receiving his M.A. in economics in 1942, he received his Ph.D. in economics from New York University in 1952. He authored several books and contributed hundreds of articles regarding different social issues. Ernest van den Haag died in 2002 (Taglianetti, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Sas Institute Case Study Answers 1. Introduction The SAS institute was founded in 1976 by Dr. James Goodnight and Dr. John Sall, both professors at North Carolina State University, SAS Institute, Inc. provides business intelligence (BI) software and services at more than 40,000 customer sites worldwide, including 90 percent of the Fortune 500 companies. SAS, which stands for statistical analysis software, is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina. It is the world s largest privately held software company, having over 100 offices worldwide with approximately 10,000 employees. With an unbroken record of growth and profitability, SAS had revenue of $1.18 billion in 2002 and invested about 25 percent of revenues into research and development. SAS has been widely ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Goodnight and the other SAS leaders expect nothing less than superior performance from the employees, and they continue to get it. The employees are loyal and committed to the company, and they are productive; so loyal, committed, and productive, in fact, that only a small percentage of the employees ever leave once they have been hired at SAS. They have the employees who don t want to leave the work even if they get little more money somewhere else as they want the peace they get in SAS. (Drucker 1974, Chaffee 1985) 3. Critically evaluate how SAS s have ethically played its role in providing for the needs of its employees and how its human resource strategy policies, and practices affect the company s ability to attract, develop, and maintain a quality workforce. This Corporate Social Responsibility Report reflects the core values and achievements of how SAS does business as an employer, a software provider and a corporate citizen. The guiding principles that launched the company in 1976 are still the foundation of the enterprise. The company strives to be approachable, so customers recognize SAS as a reliable partner and not just a vendor. It is about being customer driven, engaging with customers to find out what they want and helping to solve their problems. It requires swiftness and agility, to adapt to changing technology and global conditions. It relies on the kind ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Creative Concepts Essay DECLARATION I, the undersigned, I hereby declare that this is my own and personal work, except where the work(s) or publications of others have been acknowledged by means of reference and techniques. I have read and understood Tutorial Letter CMNALLE/301 regarding technical and presentation requirements, referencing techniques and plagiarism. TABLE OF CONTENTSPAGE DECLARATION 1 MAIN ISSUE1 2RESEARCH CRITERIA1 3EXTENT1 4POPULATION1 2 5ASSUMPTIONS AND SUB ISSUES2 6GOAL AND OBJECTIVES2 7RESEARCH QUESTIONS2 3 8THEORECTICAL APPROACH3 4 9RESEARCH DESIGN4 10DATA COLLECTION METHODS AND TECHNIQUES4 5 10.1The research method4 5 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Assumption 3 Each advertisement applies more than one creative concepts. Sub issue Does each advertisement apply more than one creative concept? Assumption 4 Academic advertisements use more than one creative concept per advertisement. Sub issue Do academic advertisements use more than one creative concept per advertisement? 6GOAL AND OBJECTIVES The nature of the goal is applied because practical issues are investigated and the objectives is to explore and describe creative concepts appearing in all selected advertisements by determining the characteristics of creative concepts in selected advertisements. 7RESEARCH QUESTIONS Which creative concepts are used in selected advertisements?? Is more than one creative concept used in all advertisements? If more than one creative concept is used in some advertisements, which advertisements are they used in? Is there any particular creative concept which is found in all advertisement? 8THEORETICAL APPROACH
  • 16. Content analysis is the images, content and text that are found in advertisements and its message. Benefit stand to gain something extra Example: Ponds advertisement found in the Drum magazine: Stand a chance to win 1 of 40 bursaries plus receive R5 off your next purchase of Ponds lasting oil control vanishing cream. Curiosity A desire to know about people or things Example: IQ academy advertisement found in Drum ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. The Biological Bases Of Genetically Modified Crops Introduction When crops and plants are harvest, they serve a bigger purpose than just a mere crop. The purpose each organism serves is to provide a sustainable resource ourselves and those around us. To be able to keep up with the demand of crops needed for those around us, sometimes the need to have a mass production is necessary. The question is, is it really necessary? In this body of work, the following will be discussed: The biological bases of genetically modified crop plants, the social and ethical implications surrounding these crops and lastly, the personal viewpoint of the topic at hand. Keywords: crops, plants, genetics, DNA, modification Biological Basis In order to talk about genetic modification, we first have to understand the process behind it. This section will explain it a bit better. Genetic modification has been done for thousands of years. This was and continues to be a practice that allows a better selection process to take place. With the technological advances that surrounds us, the process to transfer genes to other organisms have become easier. An example of this is present in the tomato plant. In order for the plant to reject the evasion of the plant beetle, it would need to obtain a gene called Bacillus Thuringiensis this gene is inserted into the genome of the tomato plant. The gene called, cry1Ac, encodes a protein which allows the plant to become poisonous to certain types of insects including the beetle. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Ancient Greek And Roman Empire Essay Ancient Greek and Roman similarities. The ancient Greek and Roman civilizations of Europe began to progress toward a more civilized order of society. As there were no previous establishment to base their ideals on, it was understandable that there were some difficulties in their progression as a society. Although the ancient Greek and Roman governments fell, both had similar paths of creation, conquest, and destruction. Greek society began by the formation of the city state. quot;The city state, based on tribal allegiances, was generally the first political association during the early stages of civilization. quot; ( Perry, 45) This was the first step in the progression toward ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (Perry 85) Both Greeks and Romans tried to realize some form of democracy. quot;It is to Greece that we ultimately trace the idea of democracy and all that accompanies it: citizenship, constitutions, equality before the law, government by law, reasoned debate, respect for the individual, and confidence in human intelligence. quot; (Perry, 52) Because Rome tried to maintain a republic it had different needs compared to the Greeks. quot;The Romans, unlike the Greeks, were distinguished by practicality and common sense, not by a love of abstract thought. In their pragmatic and empirical fashion, they gradually developed the procedures of public politics and the legal state. quot; (Perry 88) The fall of the Greeks was a direct result of a breakdown of social theories. quot;When people no longer regarded the law as an expression of sacred traditions ordained by the gods but saw it as a merely human contrivance, respect for the law diminished, weakening the foundations of the society. The results were party conflicts, politicians who scrambled for personal power, and moral uncertainty. quot; (Perry 55) The Romans suffered a similar fate as a result of an unfocused administration. quot;Instead of developing a professional civil service to administer the conquered lands, Roman leaders attempted to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. How Is Lady Macbeth Corruption In Shakespeare s play Macbeth, there are many different scenarios and thoughts of all the characters that are diverse. Each character wants something and has their own kind of power within the story. Some over right others and have more power then another character. The corruption that goes on during the play Macbethis horrendous and is mainly caused by Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Depending on each situation power does corrupt automatically, for an example Macbeth and Lady Macbeth both want power and to be king and queen, by doing so they murdered Duncan so they could get their thrones. In relation when they got their power per say, they became like they were better than everyone else which would eventually go in the wrong direction. Because of the way they were all they did was try to defeat others and acted unconcerned toward others as well as didn t care how they felt. Being a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If she really wanted something accomplished in her favor she should have done it by herself, though what she wanted was wrong it was all the power she would have that was going to her head. Lady Macbeth wants other people to do her dirty work and is certainly manipulative with people. Macbeth is so greedy with his power that he doesn t care if he has to murder someone for all the power he has and wants. Having a lot of power over people will influence you in a big way and not for the best, if you know you can get away with doing things you re not supposed to then you will try and find the breaking point until another person stands up to you. I think this is exactly what Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are doing, they know they can do whatever they want to and no one will say anything until they get ridiculously over the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Analysis Of The Book Miss Kyle Just like with everything in her life, miss Kyle was exceedingly thorough. She d stumbled upon his name first as a headline, which grew into the blurb explaining how and why the former doctor, Jonathan Crane, was being re incarcerated at the fabled Arkham Asylum. The article, explaining further down the page which and how many former inmates were still at large a list that had been steadily dwindling over the past few weeks thanks to a particular vigilante was decorated with a photograph that contained both the doctor in question and several other masked vigilantes playing at being who they were not. Police were swarming the captured scene in the photograph, busy with whatever had led to the man s recapture. Along with how... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... No strings attached. She d learned long ago not to deal with strings, they made things messy and undesirable, and it was far easier to trip over them than if one just dealt in truths or partial truths. It was on a Friday that Selina entered the heavy doors of Arkham Asylum, not as miss Selina Kyle seen occasionally on the arms of Gotham s upper class gentlemen or as the Catwoman who prowled Gotham s streets at the nighttime hour, but as a miss Violet West new student and intern. She was dressed not in lush, form fitting evening wear or in an even more form fitting catsuit, but in comfortable business casual. Her dark hair was worn up in a messy bun with tendrils of those lush locks spiraling down around her face, and the feminine suit that hugged her slender frame was a bland gray, worn beneath a thin, white doctor s coat; the coat she wore over all of this to stave off the Gotham City chill was a dull black, but none of that was important. What was important was that it was Friday afternoon, one of the busiest times for the Asylum as far as visitation, and that a certain Violet West had timed herself perfectly to be returning to work around the same time as numerous other employees. She d been scouting the place for a week prior to this little attempt of hers memorizing all of the details she ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Reconstruction Scavenger Hunt Name:Hayat Elqossari Period:1st End of Civil War and Reconstruction Scavenger Hunt Directions: Click on the links to watch videos or read text related to the question. Use complete sentences and spell check your document. Battle of Gettysburg http://www.history.com/topics /american civil war/gettysburg address/videos/the battle of gettysburg Why did the South want to bring the war North? If the fighting was elsewhere, then it would be easy for Northerners to go along with the war; however, if there was damage or a threat to the North then the Northerners would feel as if it was time to end the war so that they can find a way out of further danger, and bring back peace. It was a last effort for a conclusive victory. What happened... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Congress passes the Reconstruction Act of 1867, which divided the South into districts and required Southern states to approve the 14th Amendment to grant blacks citizenship, before rejoining the Union. Later, congress gives African Americans the right to vote by ratifying the 15th Amendment. The Reconstruction established the South s first state funded public school systems, created a just taxation legislation, and passed laws against discrimination and economic development programs. The approach of Congress was different than Johnson s plan, because they worked to improve the lives of African Americans by passing laws in their favor, and expanding their rights. Congress did not care what the South wanted, and expected the South to abide by their rules. On the other hand, Johnson wanted to preserve the nation, and did not want to do anything to anger the South. Moreover, he was a strong believer in states rights, and the idea that the federal government had no right to enforce restrictive laws on the entire country. 12. What was the white response to Radical Reconstruction? In response to Radical Reconstruction, whites resorted to violence. White supremacist organizations targeted Republicans and African Americans. White supremacy spread through the south as Reconstruction died out. 13. What event marked the end of Reconstruction? The Compromise of 1876 marked the end of Reconstruction. In this compromise, Rutherford B. Hayes agreed to accept Democratic control over the entire South, in return for the presidency, and Democrats in Congress agreed to his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. College Should Be Unobtainable College is one of the most fundamental institutions in our modern world. It s a place where children go to further their education and where most of our future doctors, politicians, and scientists are made. Nelson Mandela once said, Education is the most powerful weapon for changing the world. In the past several years, rates are increasing higher than inflation and becoming even more unobtainable for families. Collegeshould be more affordable for the following three reasons. First off, student debt should be less of an issue. Secondly, a more educated country would increase the country s economy and it would give us social benefits. After people graduate from college, if their degree warrants filling a necessary void in the workplace, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Coca Cola And The Soft Drink Manufacturing Market The primary industry Coca Cola is in the Soft Drink Manufacturing market consisting of different types of soft drinks with its target being at mainly restaurants and grocery stores across the United States. Varieties of coke include serves different coke flavors such as original, vanilla, cherry, and caffeine free. Even though these different types of Coca Cola products are sold as consumer products, they serve as a core component for other types of soft drinkproducts, including non carbonated and concentrated juices. The soft drink industry has been positioned Coca Cola products of all kinds. Coca Cola s market for the original coke consists of consumers of all types who are looking for the original best tasting product ever existed in the history of soft drinks. The president of Coca Cola announced a new way of executing a plan to approach modern day marketing. The Coca Cola Company continues to pioneer new ways to provide for the well being of its consumers which is mainly young adults to middle aged people. There are two interconnected teams that are working on executing Coke s planned approach to real time marketing, which are the Hub and the Hustle. The Hub is a network of twenty three customer interaction centers around the world that is linked to an Atlanta based hub which analyzes social conversations about the Coca Cola products. The other team, the Hustle, a development team that operates similar to that of a newsroom to create and distribute newsworthy, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Flexible Budget Research Introduction A budget is considered as a standard to facilitate control work activities of the organization. Budgets are planning tools prepared firstly to start the period being budgeted. Valuable information about the performance contains of the difference between the actual results and the planning budgets. Therefore, budgets are both planning tools and performance evaluation. The most common important element in budget is some measure of anticipated output such as the number of units to be produce, the number of units to be sold, the cost of good sold_direct material, direct labor, overhead cost,.. need in production, selling and administrative expenses,.... The flexible budget is a performance evaluation tool ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 3. Determine the actual volume of output achieved. 4. Before a flexible budget can be produced, managers must identify fixed costs and variable costs. Fixed costs are costs which will not increase or decrease over a given range of activity. Variable costs are costs which will increase or decrease over a given range of activity. Management have identified that the following budgeted costs are fixed: Direct labor = $8,400 Overheads = $53,000 Identifying the expected variable cost per unit produced and sold: [pic] Now that managers are aware of the fixed costs and the variable costs per unit it is possible to flex the original budget to produce a budget cost allowance for 1,000 units produced and sold. For the costs which are wholly fixed or wholly variable the calculation of the budget cost allowance is fairly straightforward. The remaining costs are semi variable, which means that they are partly fixed and partly variable. Setting the flexible budget: | |Variable cost/unit |Level 1 |Level 2 | |Units of production | |1,000 |1,200 | |Variable cost: | | | | |_direct ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Honest Vino Case Summary The report of Honest Vino s harvesters replacement frequency Summary This report will examine why the company, Honest Vino, should replace the selected harvesters every 15 years rather than every 10 years by Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) method. Based on the Vineyard s and harvester s details, the Annual Equivalences (AE) of both replacement frequencies were calculated and compared under the constant chain of replacement assumption. However, the specific assumptions must be held in this analysis. Methodology There are two options for the harvesters: replaced every 15 years or every 10 years. They are mutually exclusive investments having unequal lives with replacement. In order to maximise the firm value, the method of AE was used since the two projects have the same discount rate, and AE method converts the NPVs of the projects into annualised values which can be compared under this situation. The optimal option is the one with higher AE when evaluating... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Specifically, the calculative formula is: AE=NPV/{[1 1/(1+r)^n ]/r}. Additionally, the calculation of NPV is based on the discounted cash flows. Compared with other DCF methods, AE considers the time, the amount of value and the risk of the cash flows. Other DCF methods are not appropriate for this situation. For example, the Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) method does not take the size of investment into account and does not consider for replacement in investment. Another method is Internal Rate of Return (IRR) method, which may have multiple IRRs or no IRR, and does not consider magnitude of value. Therefore, AE is the most intuitionistic evaluation method to value and compare mutually exclusive investments. It indicates the investment s NPV in an annualised presentation, which takes into account timing, magnitude and discount rate. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Lightning Thief And Danaus, Perseus, And The Gorgons The two pieces of storytelling, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and Danaus, Perseus, and the Gorgons are similar and different in multiple ways. The movie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, is a modernized piece of the story, DanaГјs, Perseus, and the Gorgon , because the events of starting off in different settings, challenging points in their journey, and returning to different places to be praised, the perfect hero portraying, and a good vs evil theme change in a plot structure, yet are similar in multiple ways. In these changes, the plot structure with the events reorganize into a modern way from DanaГјs, Perseus, and the Gorgonto Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In all, the two stories present similar events that follow the same journey of a hero; yet, he events become modernized in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. The movie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief holds a Perfect Hero ID to Percy Jackson just like Perseus in DanaГјs, Perseus, and the Gorgon yet, the presentation of the character changes to be more appealing to the modern times. Perseus presents himself as a selfless hero when his actions on slaying Medusa were: Looking into the mirroring shield, Perseus swooped down, and with one deft stroke he cut off the Medusa s head. (D aulaires, page 118) The movie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Percy Jackson decides to put himself as this good hero when Annabeth is being harassed by the Medusa and he catches her attention in order for Annabeth to escape and have the monster chase him around the stone and garden shop. Both demigods show they are selfless, they will risk their life for another to be successful, but Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief takes Perseus hero presentation and modernizes the event to be more of this challenge for the new god, for it is more realistic along with being more involved ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. American Marriage Culture It can be argued that one of the most important aspects of culture are marriages. The union of two people to symbolize the propagation of a system of belief and ideas passed down which become inherent to their identity. Almost every culture has some type of marriage ritual in which unite two different families and create an integral bond. Yet the similarities in the placed importance of marriage traditions are not the same across the board, and their traditions also differ as well. Each cultureor group of people have different marriage customs, and do not share the same meaning of what a marriage is or what it holds in society. The purpose of this paper is to analyze how American marriage culture is different from Arab or Chinese. The paper... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While researching and trying to notice cultural difference between each one an idea stuck out and already made a distinction. Two words kept coming up for arab and chinese marriages which were, honor and stigma.While all three had an exchange of some sort between families arab and chinese seemed more of a transaction of honor and stigma while, American marriages were more of a romantic transaction and take on the idea of marriages. (Philip) stated This is the image of the date as an outing to a restaurant, a movie theater, or a romantic getaway at the seaside or at a luxurious (and romantic) hotel . What this means is the extent of what americans go through to emphasize the romantic aspect of a relationship. As stated in (Alean Al Krenawi Stephen O. Jackson) compared and contrasted the honor and stigma that arab men and women should bring to their families when getting married and what they should uphold. For example, the honor of a man in arab culture is being able to keep his family free of sin and dishonor, while the honor of a woman is being a pure woman and always doing the right thing to keep the family happy. (Ho) stated for a woman to bring honor to her family in chinese culture she must follow these three rules follow one s father when young, follow one s husband when married, follow one s son when old. While many American marriages still had a sense of what one can bring to the table honor and stigma were not so big in the discussion from what was documented in my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Antwone fisher and Personality Personality is an important part of one character. The first theorist of choice that can explain Antwone Fisher. Bandura believed that learning was apparent when one was observing another person or experience (Schultz Schultz, 2013). Through Antwone s actions, it was plausible that he became a product of what he witnessed and experienced. Antwone displayed certain fears that was based on his past and the people that he came in contact with. Bandura would say that Antwone went through the process of observational learning (Schultz Schultz, 2013). Bandura analyzed the nature of observational learning and found it to be governed by four related mechanisms: attentional processes, retention processes, production processes, and incentive and motivational processes (Schultz Schultz, 2013, p. 335). First, there are various changing forces that can effect attentional processes (Schultz Schultz, 2013). According to Bandura, observational learning or modeling will not occur unless the subject pays attention to the model (Schultz Schultz, 2013). For example, even though Antwone was not raised by his biological parents, he had several influences in his life. Antwone s foster mother had a momentous influence on Antwone. Antwone was violent towards him and may have taught him to be aggressive. However, there are some instances that a model does not always have an impact on an individual in every area of his or her life (Schultz Schultz, 2013). For instance, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Reimbursement, Record Keeping, And Best Practices Reimbursement, Record Keeping, and Best Practices Road to Recovery, Inc. is located in Georgia. Road to Recovery, Inc. has locations five cities in Georgia including Atlanta, Smyrna, Gainesville, Forest Park, and Sandy Springs. Information concerning the agency is located on their website (http://www.rdtorecovery.com/index.html). Road to Recovery, Inc. collect fees directly from clients that are receiving services such as Clinical Diagnostic Evaluations, the Family Violence Intervention Program, the Theft Awareness Program, the Victim Impact Panel, Immigration Clinical Evaluations, DUI Court, individual counseling and the ASAM program. Interns provide all of the services except for Immigration Clinical Evaluations. Clients pay for all ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Medicare and Medicaid is not accepted (Skyland Trail, 2017). Skyland Trail works with SJ Health to assist client with reimbursements when one is working with an insurance company that is out of their network (Skyland Trail, 2017). The client will have to pay for fees out of pocket when receiving the service (Skyland Trail, 2017). Depending on the level of care that the client will receive, the cost of treatment will vary (Skyland Trail, 2017). Skyland Trail also offers day treatment. The client is charged an admission fee of $2,500 and should pay for the first twenty days of treatment in advance (Skyland Trail, 2017). The client will be charged directly (Skyland Trail, 2017). In the case that the client s insurance company is in network, the insurance company will be charged (Skyland Trail, 2017). The average time for a client to be in the day treatment program is two to three months (Skyland Trail, 2017). If the client is in the residential treatment program, one should participate in the program for a total of four months (Skyland Trails, 2017). The individual may participate in the day program for two months and another two months in the residential treatment program (Skyland Trail, 2017). These policies could make it difficult for individuals from a lower socioeconomic status to receive treatment. For example, if one is unable to receive intense treatment. Agencies such as Road to Recovery, Inc. makes treatment more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Essay On Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome is a condition that affects the joints between your jaw and your skull. The TMJs are located near your ears and allow your jaw to open and close. These joints and the nearby muscles are involved in all movements of the jaw. People with TMJ syndrome have pain in the area of these joints and muscles. Chewing, biting, or other movements of the jaw can be difficult or painful. TMJ syndrome can be caused by various things. In many cases, the condition is mild and goes away within a few weeks. For some people, the condition can become a long term problem. CAUSES Possible causes of TMJ syndrome include: Grinding your teeth or clenching your jaw. Some people do this when ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Other symptoms may include: Pain when moving the jaw, such as when chewing or biting. Being unable to open your jaw all the way. Clicking sound when opening your mouth. Headache. Earache. Neck or shoulder pain. DIAGNOSIS Diagnosis can usually be made based on your symptoms, your medical history, and a physical exam. Your health care provider may check the range of motion of your jaw. Imaging tests, such as X rays or an MRI, are sometimes done. You may need to see your dentist to determine if your teeth and jaw are lined up correctly. TREATMENT TMJ syndrome often goes away on its own. If treatment is needed, the options may include: Eating soft foods and applying ice or heat. Medicines to relieve pain or inflammation. Medicines to relax the muscles. A splint, bite plate, or mouthpiece to prevent teeth grinding or jaw clenching. Relaxation techniques or counseling to help reduce stress. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). This helps relieve pain by applying an electrical current through the skin. Acupuncture. This is sometimes helpful to relieve ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Uncertainty, Fear And Communication In The Bath By Raymond... In The Bath by Raymond Carver we have the theme of conflict, uncertainty, helplessness, fear and communication. Taken from his What We Talk About When We Talk About Love collection the story is narrated in the third person by an unnamed narrator and is an early version of another Carver short story (A Small, Good Thing). One of the most striking things about the beginning of the story is that it becomes clear to the reader that Carver may be exploring the theme of communication (or the lack of it). Ann Weiss is in a baker s shop ordering a cake for her son Scotty s birthday. Though she tells the baker, who remains unnamed throughout the story, what she is looking for the baker says very little, assuring Ann that she has told him everything he needs to know. The baker s reassurance is important because in some ways it is the only time in the story in which Ann (or her husband) are assured that everything is okay. At no other stage in the story is there a sense, particularly for Ann that things are or will be okay (when it comes to Scotty s condition). If anything Ann remains uncertain throughout the story as to what will happen Scotty.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The following Monday, when Scotty is walking to school with his friend, Scotty tries to persuade his friend to tell him what he has bought him for his birthday however his friend doesn t say anything. Also after Scotty has been hit by the car, his friend asks him what it was like to be hit by a car but Scotty doesn t answer his friend. Again the idea of a lack of communication. There are further instances in the story in which there is a lack of communication. There is the instance in where Ann tells the technician I don t understand this, when the technician starts to take Scotty s blood. Ann (as anyone would) expects some explanation from the technician but it is not forthcoming. He continues without discussion or explanation, to take Scotty s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Fritz Lang Final Scene Analysis The Serial Killer and the Criminals In the final scene of the 1931 crime drama, M (dir. Fritz Lang), the child serial killer Hans Beckert (Peter Lorre) is finally captured and put on trial by the criminal network of the city. Finally surrounded and forced to deal with his crimes, this scene slowly shows Bekert s unraveling as he loses all sense of control, submitting to the crowd of criminals surrounding him. By using elements of mise en scГЁne such as setting, blocking, and acting style, the scene shows both Berket s continual rise and fall of hope compared to the determination and absolute control of the criminals. The scene is based in the underground of an abandoned factory, Bekert pushed down the stairs into a decaying and dark... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Bekert begins to lose himself again, panic filling his face, but is brought back by judges and is forced to turn around again, this time revealing a picture of each of his victim. The reverse shots of Bekert and the picture show ranging expressions of panic, first jumping back, second taking a fist to his mouth in shock, and third running for the door. The movement of Bekert causes a reaction from the crowd and guards, who force him back down the stairs in a chaotic struggle. By allowing the rise and fall of Bekert s emotions from calm, to shock, to complete panic, a pattern is established for the remainder of the scene and supports the control the criminals have over Bekert s fate. Degradingly, Bekert is thrown to the ground onto a pile of wood, shown in a high angle shot as the crowd yells at him. The crowd is silenced by the judges, the lead judge voice overlaying a tracking medium shot of all the other panel members as he explains their relation to the wall. This shot reveals the history and stoic personalities of the people Bekert is now up against, revealing how he will not be able to persuade them of his innocence and how they will not accept any fate for him besides death. Bekert attempts to yell back at them, but is silenced again by an offscreen hand ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Dantes Inferno Research Paper Dante Alighieri born on June 1, 1265 in Florence, Italy. Dante is a Italian poet and philosopher. He was born in a family that was a part of the political scene in Florence. His mother died a few years after he was born. He went to study at the University of Bologna which was one of the most famous universities in the medieval world. While he was there, one of the most famous scholars at that advised and encouraged Dante. His name was Brunetto Latini. He appears in Inferno. Only at twelve years old, Dante was to marry a girl named Gemma Donati. They both married but what the problem was that Dante loved another woman. Her name was Beatrice Portinari. Dante s father was very disappointed in his son because he chose this girl to marry his son... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He has been compared to the most famous poet ever, Shakespeare. He has been said to be the only writer to be in the same class as him. Some people believe that Dante s Divine Comedy is better than some of Shakespeare s work. Dante s Divine Comedy is still one of the best works of literature after 650 years. The work of art is a major part of The Western Canon. The Western Canon is a collection of the greatest books in history. Dante died in 1321 while traveling to Venice. What most people think was that he caught a disease like malaria because this was spreading throughout the medieval ages. He was buried in the Church of San Pier in Ravenna, Italy. Soon after he was buried, Florence argued that the poet s body should return to the city that he was born in. Today, Dante s body is in Ravenna even though Florence stills argues that he should be in the city that he was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Shichi Go San and the Marimo Matsuri Festivals Essay Fall is the time for letting go of the old ways and bringing in the new life. Autumn is also the period where one harvests their desire to learn. Autumn is the time for departure but having already fulfilled in wisdom and maturity. Fall is also the time to be thankful for all the things that occurred in your life. In Japan, the fall festivals are a way for the people to pray and be thankful for the harvests. Some festivals that occur in Japan during this time of the year are: Marimo Matsuri, Nada no Kenka Matsuri, Sichi Go San, Tori no Ichi, and the Kawagoe Matsuri. To begin with, the Kawagoe Matsuri in the Saitama prefectureoccurs on the third Saturday and Sunday in October. The main attraction of this festival is the floats that are... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This festival goes on for a couple of days, beginning with a lecture on the algae on the first day. On the second day, it is a celebration for the Marimo algae and a ceremony where one receives their own. It is said that when one receives their marimo algae, they are also offering their appreciation to Mother Nature. Next, the Nada no Kenka Matsuri is a celebration that occurs in the Hyogo prefecture from October 14th to the 15th. This festival is also referred to as the Fighting Festival (hence the name Kenka Matsuri). It is also referred to this name because men carrying the mikoshi (portable shrines) are pushing against other groups of men. The Nada no Kenka Matsuri usually occurs at the Natsubara Hachiman Shrine in the city of Himeji. During this occasion, there are no rules about bumping into other shrines, so once another group has their shrine placed upon another, the contest is over. There are usually three different groups who participate in this festival based on their age. The group with the white headband consists of people from ages thirty five and up. The group with yellow headbands contains people from twenty six to thirty five years of age. The last group, red headbands, has people who are under the age ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Schlieffen Plan Created By General Alfred Von Schlieffen The Schlieffen Plan created by General Alfred Von Schlieffen in 1905 in WWI was believed to be a foolproof operation intended for German victory over the French and Russian alliance by holding off Russia with minimal strength and swiftly defeating France by a massive movement through the Low Countries. Failure of precise instruction led to Britain declaring war on Germany. The Schlieffen plan was an ineffective approach on the Germans behalf as Britain, the rivalry country to Germany, had mobilized their troops to help France against Germany in accordance to the alliance treaty withholding Britain, Serbia and Russia (Entente Alliance). There are abounding reasons of failure however time, direction and change come in as the most logical to the argument. Timing had to be everything, using the Schlieffen Plan, the German army had to defeat France before Russia could mobilize. The plan was made on the assumption that Germany would mobilize its units, send them to France and defeat France before Russia could finish their mobilization. For this to result germany had to mobilize first, however during the war had Russia mobilized their troops first in response to Austria Hungary s planned attack on Serbia. Now when the Germans began sending their men to France while Russia were close to finishing their mobilization. So when the Germans were approaching Paris, the Russian s quickly attacked into Germany s eastern front which was guarded by only a few soldiers, since most ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Personality Of Personality Variables Personality variables have long been hypothesized to be related to expressions of feelings and behaviors (Eysenck, 1992) and others have shown direct relationships with affect (Costa McCrae, 1984; Diener Emmons, 1984). There have been significant relationships reported especially for the traits of extraversion and neuroticism. Generally, extraversion is positively correlated with positive affect and neuroticism is positively correlated with negative affect. Results such as these make sense in that extraverted individuals tend to enjoy human interaction, and be talkative, assertive, and gregarious, especially in social situations. Introverts on the other hand, tend to be more withdrawn, and take more pleasure in solitary activities such as reading and writing. It has been hypothesized that extroverts experience higher levels of subjective well being, and this may be due to the fact that they engage in more social interactions providing the opportunity for more life circumstances, which in turn create the opportunity to experience more positive affectivity (Larsen Ketelaar, 1991). The personality trait neuroticism is characterized by anxiety, moodiness, fear, and frustration. Neurotic individuals also tend to respond more negatively to stressors and to report ordinary situations as threatening and minor frustrations as hopelessly difficult (Ormel, Jeronimus, Kotov, Riese, Bos, Hankin, 2013). Because of these tendencies, neurotic individuals tend to put themselves ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. What Are The Pros And Cons Of Federalism Federalism is restricted that governments decide to take care of the issue of administering substantial populaces and different societies. Federalism lives up to expectations by separating its power and responsibility, instead of a unitary government, in which the focal government controls everything. Federalists convictions could be better portrayed as nationalist. The Federalists were instrumental in 1787 in forming the new US Constitution, which fortified the national government to the detriment. The Anti Federalists contradicted the US s ratification Constitution; however they never composed effectively over each of the thirteen states, thus needed to battle the ratification at each state tradition. Their awesome achievement was in driving... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition, as to the criticisms, albeit some of them are consistent and right, they don t experience the pessimistic experienced by the Central States, and is nothing contrasted and the constructive example gave by the federal government, particularly for various nations, societies and people groups. Another point of preference is that Federalism offers representation to diverse populaces. Nationals of different areas may have diverse yearnings, ethnicity and take after distinctive societies. The focal government can at times ignore these distinctions and receive policies which take into account the greater part. This is the place the local government ventures in. Privileges of the minorities are ensured as well. We can abridge the benefits of federal frameworks in the fact that it serves to prompt the spread of security and inside peace, create regular values, urge or prompt vote based pluralism, ensure and prompt a balance between the distinctions, the washouts are swinging to the victors at the area s level lastly, it get the government closer to the general ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Consequences Of Consumerism In Robert Gray s The Meatworks An alternative: Consumerism has created a perpetual demand for products, but we are left distinctly unaware of the horrific implications of our purchases. The perpetual demand for goods created by consumerism has left us ignorant to the horrible consequences of our purchases. Confronting texts often incite a process of discovery that can challenge worldviews. As such, composers of these texts offer fresh and meaningful insight into commonly held conceptions, evoking emotional and intellectual discoveries that lead to renewed perceptions of ourselves and our society. Robert Gray s imagistic poems The Meatworks (1982)and Flames and Dangling Wire (1977) serve as conduits for the confronting discovery of mankind s ignorance of the consequences of consumerism. Author J.M. Coetzee s novella The Lives of Animals (1999) violently thrusts the audience into a reaction against consumerism, hence showing how discovery can be far reaching and transformative. Discoveries can be confronting and provocative, and can often lead to renewed understandings of our society. In Robert Gray s poem The Meatworks , Gray offers disturbing insight into the horrifying reality of the meat industry, following the persona s process of self discovery as they realise society s high value on consumerism has paved the way for the destruction of nature. Gray opens with gruesome details of the conditions of the persona s workplace; the abattoir. By doing so, he immediately confronts the reader in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Essay on Angelo s Pizza Perspectives in International Business Final Exam Student Name__________________ 5 Essay/Problem questions Essay/Problem #1 10 POINTS If you lived in New York and you discovered that the dollar was quoted in Beijing at Y 2.60/US$, and the Yuan were quoted in New York at $0.40, what would you do to profit from the situation? ( remember, you live in New York, you originally own U.S . Dollars). #2 20 POINTS Assume you have $1,000,000 U.S. dollars that you can invest for the next 180 days. Using only the data given below, answer the following questions (a and b):... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Please list and discuss how they are categorized this way and why. #4 25 POINTS Prior to investing in, or trading with another country, List and discuss those issues of concern discussed that the host country have concerning your investment in their country.. Use one country as an example in your discussion. With the activities and interests of investors, lenders and companies becoming increasingly global, the Commission is increasing its involvement in a number of forums to develop a globally accepted, high quality financial reporting framework. At both a domestic and international level, consistently have been based on the view that the only way to achieve fair, liquid and efficient capital markets worldwide is by providing investors with information that is comparable, transparent and reliable. That is why we have pursued a dual objective of upholding the quality of financial reporting domestically, while encouraging meeting towards a high quality global financial reporting framework internationally. In this release, we are seeking comment on the necessary elements of such a framework, as well as on ways to achieve this objective. One aspect of this is seeking input to determine under what conditions ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Analysis Of Flaubert s Madame Bovary In Madame Bovary, Flaubert writes a couple of major moments in very brief and plain ways. What Flaubert does for these moments is build up our expectations of what we think is going to happen long before it actually occurs so that when the moment nears, he can make the current buildup and the moment itself quick and plain. This is so that we are emotionally detached from it and the character s experience and ours do not mix. One passage where this happens is near the beginning of part 3, on page 208, where Emma is having a conversation with Leon. The passage is With a slight shrug, Emma interrupted him to lament the illness during which she had nearly died; what a shame! she would no longer be suffering now. Leon immediately envied the tranquillity of the grave, and one night he had even written his will, requesting that he be buried in that beautiful coverlet, with its bands of velvet, that she had given him; for this was the way they would have liked to be they were both creating for themselves an ideal against which they were not adjusting their past lives. Besides. speech is a rolling press that always amplifies one s emotions. But at this invention concerning the coverlet: Why? she asked. Why? . He hesitated. Because I loved you so much! And, applauding himself for having gotten past the difficult part, Leon watched her expression from the corner of his eye. Leon s confession is heavily set up by the passages that came before it instead of sentences ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Of Mice And Men Curley s Wife Newspaper Article I am a News reporter from Sky News. And I am going to tell about a murder that happened a year ago. The victim s name was named Lennie. We got to know that he was mentally challenged. The Killer was his own friend named George. This all started with Curley s wife s death. (Curley s wife is the ranch owner s son s wife) Curley s wife was found in the barn with a broken neck. Old candy found her in the barn. He called all people and Curley. Curley was angry and know that Lennie has killed his wife. Curley thought this because Lennie crushed his hand and also Curley don t like the big guys. But, other all people were telling that Lennie can t kill Curley s wife. But, Curley didn t listen to them. Then, they all gone to find Lennie with Curley. Also, Curley told George to stay with them so he doesn t think that George also is involved in his wife s murder and also he know that where is Lennie. Before they go to find Lennie Curley told Carlson to go and get his gun. But, when Carlson has gone to his room and tried to find the handgun, but he can t so he told ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... George took Carlson gun and shoot Lennie. In the text it said, Yeah. He had your gun. In the text it said, But George sat stiffly on the bank and looked at his right hand that had thrown the gun away. (page: 107)We heard that a reporter had asked few questions to Slim and he said that Carlson handgun was used to kill Lennie, he also says that George killed Lennie, and Problem between Lennie the victim and Curley was that Curley don t like big guys and the victim was a big guy. Defense Investigator asked questions to Crooks said that Lennie on purpose to give punishment to kill Curley s wife. But when we went to the Courthouse while investing of George by Prosecuting Lawyer. Lawyer asked question to George but George said in his answer. No, he didn t killed Lennie. He has also never seen anyone in the crime ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Empress Wu Zetian And Queen Elizabeth I All throughout history and in different regions of the world, ambitious female rulers have discovered that their greatest challenge was to overcome society s negative perception of women gaining power. As did all rulers, female leaders also had to overcome obstacles in times of political disorder in order to gain power. The theme of a female ruler s ability to overcome challenges in times of political turmoil has manifested similarly and differently in the rule of Chinese Empress Wu Zetianand England s Queen Elizabeth I. The megalomaniacal Wu Zetian has garnered sizable attention for being the first and only empress of China, her devious methods to gain the title, and violent tendencies to keep it. Queen Elizabeth has been praised for becoming... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Confucians continued to loathe Wu Zetian even after declaring herself empress and tension was rapidly rising with constant fear of rebellion. Wu Zetian attempted to combat Confucians by promoting Buddhism to be the official religion of China through the mass construction of Buddhist temples, invitation of scholars, and the creation of cave sculptures. The purpose of the policy was to make her a legitimate ruler in the eyes of the new converted Buddhists. As a result, Confucians further detested her as she tried to spread a contrasting religion and remove Confucianism as the state philosophy. Furthermore, the public, aside from the highly Confucian followers, began to now see her as a legitimate ruler as the new philosophy supported her rule. Similarly, Queen Elizabeth faced domestic problems with the disunity within the Anglican Church, an important part of English society. According to the Act of Uniformity issued by Queen Elizabeth, a Common Book of Prayer was decreed that eventually fixed the variation of prayers in churches across England. As a result, there was less conflict and debate between people over whose way of practicing was correct and people felt a sense of unity as now all followed the same practices. Furthermore, the Act helped strengthen the church as an establishment through its unification of the people, which helped Elizabeth gain her strongest ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Victorian Literature, Characteristics And Description Of... ORIAN LITERATURE Victorian literature was produced during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837 1901), so BrontГ« sisters (Charlotte, Emily and Anne) are bright representatives of the Victorian period because their famous novels such as Jane Eyre (1847, Charlotte BrontГ«), Wuthering Heights (1847, Emily BrontГ«), Vilette (1853, Charlotte BrontГ«), The Professor (1857, Charlotte BrontГ«), appeared during the Victorian period. Other leading novelists of the Victorian period were Charles Dickens (1812 1870), William Makepeace Thackeray (1811 1863), Thomas Hardy (1840 1928), as well as many others. England in the 19th century experienced technological, medical, scientific and social advance due to the Industrial Revolution. So much of the writing of this time dealt with the pressing issues of the Victorian period. The following chapter will display main themes, characteristics and description of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During the reign of Queen Victoria England experienced significant changes in science, medicine, transport, religion and technology such as development of the railways and discovery of the telephone. The following chapter is going to study notable discoveries and to provide the description of the Victorian period and all those changes that contributed to the development of the 19th century Victorian England that will help to understand the general picture of the Victorian period in order to examine the novels by BrontГ« sisters. The Victorian period begins in England on 20 June 1837 when Queen Victoria (1819 1901) mounted the throne after the death of her uncle William IV and ends in 22nd January 1901 with her death (of natural causes) and succession of her eldest son King Edward VII. King William was the third son of George III (the king of England from1760 to 1820), but King Edward VII governed the country from 22 January 1901 until his death in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Cuban Embargo 1.Economic sanctions placed on Cuba by the US as a result of cold war era problems have resulted in a halt in Cuban economic growth. This problems included their friendliness with the soviets, and the missile crisis as a result of this. Other factors that contributed to the hatred between the two nations, the one having the most effect being the travel and economic embargo placed on the island nation. This occurred shortly after Fidel Castro s entrance into power, mainly on his decision to nationalize private US oil companies. The embargo that has been in place for more than 54 years has not only been widely rejected globally, due to its effect on the island s economy which has led to a reduction in the quality of life of many working class Cubans and its effect it has had on the establishment of the Cuban government. This includes shortages of food, crumbling infrastructure, and lack of jobs. Secret peace talks... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The result of this was three Cuban prisoners were released by the US and by the release of Alan Gross a US citizen. The US gov has been considering reopening their embassy in Havana as a result of this. 2.The UN has always urged for the embargo to be lifted by the US imperialists with the first vote having been in 1992. This has been reflected continuously by the vote of the general assembly to have the US lift the embargo. In the 193 nation assembly 188 voted in favor of lifting the embargo with the USA and Israel opposed. Through the years it has been made clear that the world is in favour of the lift of the embargo which would not only help reestablish diplomatic relations, but would also allow the Cuban economy to develop once again. Many nations have praised president Obama s and President Raul Castro s actions to reestablish diplomatic relations between the two providing a path to friendliness and eventually a lift in the embargo. The most influential NGO that has dealt with this issue ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. A Presentation Of The Rationale For The Qualitative Case... In this chapter, I will describe the methodology of my case study. I will begin with a presentation of the rationale for the qualitative case study approach. Next, I will present the participant selection criteria, the design of the study, and the methods of the data collection which will include the two interviews (first and follow up), classroom observation, videotaping the participant during instruction, and document data collection. I will also discuss the strategies I will be using to enhance the trustworthiness of the study. At the end of this chapter, I will explain the methods of the data analysis. Appendix A will be included at the end of the chapter. I will develop Table(s) of the data collection. Rationale for Qualitative Approach The choice to choose the qualitative approach will mainly be depended on my purpose and research questions to be addressed. Since the purpose of this case study is to define the teacher s use of ASL fingerspelling will be implemented during instruction. The purpose of my case study is not to compare or measure the effectiveness of the participant s method of instruction, but to observe how the participant uses ASL fingerspelling, if any, during class instruction and how it was implemented. The qualitative approach will be carefully selected .... Data Collection Methods Participant Selection In selecting a participant for the case study was to choose one person who is a deaf education teacher and uses ASL. The teacher works in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Same-sex Marriage Opponents Many Americans are opposed to same sex marriage, while, at the same time, in support of civil unions (Dudley). Many same sex marriage opponents disagree based solely on the use of the word marriage. Those opponents to same sex marriage feel that the term marriage is defined by societal norms or established by religious tradition and should be limited to only define a relationship between a man and a woman. Opponents to same sex marriagebased solely on the use of the word marriagepoint out that from a lawful perspective, marriage and civil unions encompass the same benefits (Smith). The argument over what to call same sex marriage however fails to take into account the true nature of what members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community seek and what opponents oppose. Members of the LGBT community seek full marriage equality in term and in accomplishment, not a separate but equal standing. We need to extend the debate beyond terminology and focus our attention towards the issue of why the LGBT community merits equal access to all rights, specifically marriage. One of the main arguments for same sex marriage is the right to be a legal partner to a spouse. In most situations, current local, state, and federal law will find against the privileges of the non marred companion to make medical decisions for their significant other. In marriage, when a spouse is injured or even killed, the law acknowledges the married spouse as the next of kin; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Teenage Rebellion Research Paper The Similarities and Differences of the Causes of the Rebellion in Upper and Lower Canada The causes of the Rebellions of 1837 in Upper and Lower Canada have similarities and differences. For example, both Upper and Lower Canada had problems with their government, not having a representative or responsible one. They also both had a group, the Family Compact in Upper Canada and the Chateau Clique in Lower Canada, that had a lot of money and power. Another similarity is that they both had a document trying for change that got shut down by the government, Gourlay s petition in Upper Canada, and the 92 Resolutions in Lower Canada. The proposed union of 1822 also contributed to the Rebellions of 1837 in both Upper and Lower Canada, as both they disapproved of union of the two colonies. The proposed union of 1822 could also be considered a difference in the causes of the rebellions, since the union would make the French in Lower Canada, a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Firstly, the government in both Upper and Lower Canada both were neither representative nor responsible, it was an oligarchy. Even though anyone (landowning men) could have been elected as part of the Legislative Assembly, the Legislative Assembly only could suggested ideas. Any suggestions could be vetoed by the councils or the governor, who were all appointed by Britain, making the assembly ultimately have no power in the government. This was a huge issue because the councils were mostly made up of the Family Compact (in Upper Canada) and the Chateau Clique (in Lower Canada). Which leads to the second similarity of the causes, the power structures, the Family Compact and the Chateau Clique. Both of these upper class groups wanted different things than the lower classes. An example is that the Family Compact wanted to build canals instead of roads and the Chateau Clique wanted the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. The Importance Of Italy In The Aeneid Virgil makes it clear throughout the Aeneid that Italy is a crucial location for Aeneas to visit on his Odyssean like adventure through omens, prophesy and discussions with the Gods. As the Aeneid was written to honour Augustus, any reader of it would know that Italy is in fact the future site of Rome and therefore Virgilmust show its importance to Aeneasand his future descendants. Previous to Book 7, the land of Italy, or Latium, is referred to many times by many different characters of the Aeneidyet it is in this Book that Aeneas finally sights and lands at it. Virgil s description of this land with a great forest and the river Tiber in all its beauty with all manner of birds flying about it shows Latium to be a beautiful place, full of life. By describing it in such a way Virgil begins to show its importance; it is clear that this place can easily sustain life and appears peaceful, something ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This shows how important the land of Italy is to the Trojans as the founder of their previous home was originally from there and also gives them a strong right to return. Later in the Aeneid when the Trojans and their allies must fight the natives of Latium, the reader is even more supportive of Aeneas as it is not seen as him invading but almost a return home. Virgil attaches importance to the future site of Rome with his lengthy description of the great warriors who once lived and fought there. In Book 7, after Juno has sent the fury Allecto to create madness in Amata and Turnus, the men of Hesperia begin preparing for war. They are described as the son of heroes and gods, whom neither fire nor steel might lay low . By describing a great number of men in such a way, Virgil shows that the land of Italy is full of brave, fierce fighters and it therefore must be an important land to breed and house such ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Logistics Dell Our Dell Global Fulfillment and Logistics (GF L) organization aims to develop and sustain a global transportation and logistics network that uses the most efficient and effective means for us and our transportation providers to distribute our products to our customers. Our job is to get the right product, to the right place, at the right time. Furthermore, our Dell Logisticsteams must do this at the right cost. We continue to optimize transportation costs while improving quality and striving to exceed the service expectations of our customers. In fiscal year 2011, many dynamic changes within the Dell fulfillment model challenged our teams. As a result, there were and will continue to be refinements to our transportation and logistics ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Asia Pacific/Japan (APJ), the optimal mode of transport is ocean shipment to countries such as Japan, Australia and New Zealand. In the Americas, certain aspects of our business dictate that we ship notebooks from Asia to the United States. In the past, we relied primarily on air service. However, last year we enjoyed improvements in our supply chain by shipping more freight from Asia to the U.S. via ocean carriers. Furthermore, we have also implemented the use of rail transport from ocean terminals to Dell fulfillment centers within the United States. This process has also become a standard practice to deliver notebooks to customers in Latin America and EMEA. To provide world class logistics support for Dell and our customers, our logistics teams must also leverage the best transportation and logistics providers available in the industry. During the past year, we made changes to the relationships we had with some of our carrier partners, which again required significant adjustments to networks and processes, as well as great attention to detail. As volumes shifted from one carrier to another, we ensured that there were no disruptions in customer service (such as delays in delivery times or an increase in the number of incidents with missing, wrong or damaged products) that would have negatively affected our customers purchase and delivery experience. Dell s Logistics Teams Green ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Internal And External Factors Of Failure It has been widely recognized that business growth and survival, success or failure depend both on external and internal factors. Most of the challenges in which a business will face might be foreseeable and some will be completely unpredictable. However, if a business is successful, management must be attentive to all matters which are likely to have a material impact on its viability, and must then demonstrate skills both in exploiting opportunities and mitigating threats (FEE 2004). In general, many different terminologies are related to business failure, such as firm closure, entrepreneurial exit, dissolution, discontinuance, insolvency, organizational mortality, and bankruptcy Cardozo and Borchert (2004). Typically, entrepreneurial failure is defined as the cease of an operation for financial reasons, but one type of entrepreneurial failure is the discontinuance of venturing efforts by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In most cases, a complex mixture of causes contributes to business failure. It is very rare for one single factor to be involved (FEE 2004). According to the literature, the variables that explain business failure can be grouped into four broad categories: (1) firm specific, (2) industry specific, (3) macro economic, and (4) spatial or geographic factors (Maoh Kanaroglou 2007; Ooghe De Prijcker 2008), classified causes of failure business into four groups of factors: general environment (economics, technology, foreign countries, politics, and social factors), immediate environment (customers, suppliers, competitors, banks and credit institutions, stockholders, and misadventure), manager/entrepreneur (motivation, qualities, skills, and characteristics) and corporate strategy (strategy and investments, operations, personnel, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. A Safe Injection Site Is Essential For Esquimalt And Victoria In 2015, Victoria, BC saw an increase in drug overdoses throughout the city including one death occurring in Esquimalt (Times Colonist, 2015). Drug related overdose fatalities are preventable if the population has access to services that would minimize the risk of an overdose. Through the assessment of the community of Esquimalt, I am proposing that there is a need to establish a safe injection siteto prevent accidental overdoses, as well as provide social services for detoxification and rehabilitation programs. It is necessary to note that Victoria and Esquimalt are not differentiated when studies are done. Therefore, the extrapolation of accurate druguse statistics for Esquimalt is not available. For the purpose of this paper, Victoria... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition, drug related deaths have occurred in this community. Therefore, a safe injection site is a priority for Esquimalt. Moreover, safe injection sites have been proven to save taxpayer s dollars. According to Kerr and Woods (2009), an individual who uses intravenous drugs has an increased risk of contracting HIV. The lifetime cost of HIV per person is approximately $150,000. However, with proper intervention to decrease HIV rates, the healthcare system saves $130,000. This injection site I am proposing would be modeled after the InSite program in Vancouver. Pinkerton (2011) reports that this program has saved taxpayers $1.9 million a year in HIV and overdose related health costs. Therefore, a program like this in the community would be beneficial because it will ensure the marginalized members of the community are receiving care, but also decrease spending on future health care costs related to disease and overdose. Drug Addiction in Esquimalt While doing research on this community, it became apparent that the public has access to many different social services that have helped the residents achieve wellness (Abra et al., 2016), including Edgewood Health Network, a rehabilitation centre for addictions and mental health. However, there is no support for people who are currently active drug users or have relapsed (Edgewood Health Network, n.d). Studies have shown that relapsed users have an increased risk of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Reflection Paper On Calculus Calculus has always seemed to be a daunting task for high school students. I feel that it is a mental block that has been developed in our minds due to the initial challenges it throws at us. Since A form, I have had an immense passion for this branch of mathematics. During summer holidays, I took Calculus lessons to enhance my graphical understanding of complex equations. Therefore, I would like to discuss an intriguing topic of Calculus to generate interest amongst that segment of my batch that has aversion towards Calculus. My topic is to study few fascinating algebraic and geometric properties of elliptical curves and its application in fields such as Cryptography. As students of mathematics, we have studied Conic Sections which mainly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For every value of x, it is assumed that it is impossible to find discrete logarithm of a random elliptic curve element. This assumption is also known as elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem . Discrete logarithm can be best understood through modular exponentiation. Though this term may sound pompous, I assure you it is not the case. In modular arithmetic, number theorists study the behavior of numbers on division with other numbers. Consider the number 13, on division with 8 it yields the remainder 5. In modular arithmentic this can be written ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. BCAA Research Paper Athletes, bodybuilders, and fitness enthusiasts often use BCAAs or branched chain amino acids to supply their body with the necessary nutrients it needs to help boost their physical performance. Thus making the ProSupps Hydro BCAA a popular supplement for active individuals. Whatever sports or fitness routine you are into, your body requires sufficient amounts of BCAAs to prevent the breakdown of your muscles, especially when it is constantly exposed to regular physical activities. This supplement consists of BCAAs, glutamine, and citrulline. The combination of these essential ingredients help assist your body for faster muscle recovery in between your training and workouts. As you go through your regular exercise regimen, this supplement ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. Book Report On The Japanese Tales In the Japanese Tales, translated by Royall Tyler, the observation that snakes function as agents of karma is valid. In order to teach this Buddhist theme, snakes can be portrayed with a broad range of abilities and personalities to maintain a system of cosmic justice. Consequently, the imagery of snakes is seen as complex and paradoxical from tale to tale through their ways of delivering justices. However, snakes are not only agents of karma, but can also be agents to teach the consequence of sexual desires. This essay will show the complex characterization of snakes in order to express the consequences for certain behaviors such as dishonesty, lack of devotion to Buddhism, and lust. While snakes are seen as agents of karma in Red Heat, they are also portrayed as a creature with strong vengeful and evil personality toward those who express dishonesty and lack of devotion to Buddhist vows. As illustrated in Red Heat, a pair of monks sets themselves up for karmic repercussions by accepting hospitality from a lustful widow. This gives a chance for the widow to target one of the monks to be her sexual partner, which placed the monk in a situation to commit more misdeeds. The monks behavior demonstrates a lack of devotion to protecting their vow to remain in chaste, which was to stay away from sexual interactions with women (Tyler 160). When the sexual pursuit occurred, the monk told the widow, If I suddenly break my vow, we ll suffer (Tyler 160). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. The Abortion Debate Essay The topic of abortion is one of the most controversial topics affecting our society. The disagreement between for and against abortion has caused hundreds of fights that have even resulted in death. Regardless of what many individuals may accept, fetus removal is not right or off. It is a matter of individual assessment. Consequently, each one side can say with assurance that alternate isn t right. Accordingly the inquiry remains; should premature birth be lawful? Though many people may disagree on this fact that only legalized abortion is the only way woman s still have their right. One just needs to investigate American history to see the effects of denying premature births to ladies. The viciousness which happens today because of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They started to dissent fetus removal as unfeeling, obtuse, and lethal. Loaded with another feeling of reason and the brilliance of a crisp, exemplary reason to maintain this new ethics cleared the field concealing everybody afterward. Abortionists who were once venerated and hinged on were currently hated and undermined. In spite of the fact that premature births still happened with normality, they were kept noiseless and seen as a matter of disgrace. Over the next hundred years, public sentiment for the fetus continued to rise until the inevitable happened in America during the early 40 s; Abortion was made illegal. (Cohen 17). There was such a large number of back applauding and congrats around the against fetus removal. They had succeeded in sparing the lives of the several pure unborn children who might have been foolishly butchered for the accommodation of narrow minded, insensible, and untrustworthy ladies. In light of this new law, ladies might settle down and raise families or give these delightful youngsters over under the control of the many cherishing couples who were simply sitting tight for a child to call their own. It appeared that the ideal law had barely been passed. On the other hand had it? It has been demonstrated time and time again all around history that the human soul won t permit restriction. Something inside us feels the necessity ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...