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Roman Catholic Church Played
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Attitudes Towards Same Sex Couples
Introduction
The article I chose to write my assignment on is Attitudes to Practice: Adoption Obstacles. It was
written by Claire Kimberly and Alexa Moore and published in the Journal of Gay Lesbian Social
Services on November 16, 2015. The authors investigated how attitudes towards same sex couples
could influence their adoption process and how it is handled by adoption professionals and
surrounding policies/practices. They used data gathered by other research to help construct their
research method.
Literature Review The authors of the article used information from several other articles that
contained studies done that analyzed the procedures of adoption agencies working with same sex
couples. There are around 2 million potential parents in the gay and lesbian community that are
faced with obstacles during the adoption process because of their sexual orientation while the
government is passing legislative acts and allocating millions of dollars in the hope of finding
families that are interested in adopting and that qualify. Brooks and Goldberg conducted a study to
that further analyzed whether or not lesbians and gays are faced with hindrances that heterosexual
couples do not face during the adoption process. This study discovered that there are three factors
that make the process more difficult for same sex couples: myths about the parenting abilities of
gays and lesbians, general agency attitudes and informal practices that discourage gays and lesbians
from
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Panera Bread Executive Summary
Panera Bread Company Crafting and Executing Strategy Executive Summary The Panera Bread
Company is starting 2007 with unfinished goals and missed targets previously set and a review of
their strategy is in order to continue their ongoing success. The company has grown substantially
since its inception in the competitive restaurant industry; however, an aggressive target of 2,000
Panera Bread bakery cafes will require a focused strategic plan. The company has a strong base
with loyal customers who appreciate Panera s unique dining atmosphere with a focus on quality
products at a reasonable price. Panera will need to continue its market research and focus on
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...................................................10 Alternative 3 Review Existing
Locations..........................................................................................11 Alternative 4 Expansion
through Franchise Operations.....................................................................11 Alternative 5 Expand
Catering Segment ...........................................................................................12 Recommendations
and Action Plans .......................................................................................................12
Recommendations
..............................................................................................................................12 Action Plans
.......................................................................................................................................13 Contingency
Plan ...................................................................................................................................14
Attachments
...........................................................................................................................................15 Exhibit
1.............................................................................................................................................15
Exhibit 2.............................................................................................................................................16
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Opp Research Papers
It seems to be a popular trend for big developers to branch off and make small and unique indie
games. From Ubisoft s Child of Light to Insomniac s Song of the Deep these games are immersive,
breathtaking, intimate and, mostly, well received. Most recently is Ready at Dawn s foray into
indie development: Deformers.
Before we dive into things I do want to let you know that I was given a copy of this game by the
developers. However that was just because they re nice, so this is not an ad nor is it #sponsored.
And for those of you who do not know about Ready at Dawn Studios here is a brief summary.
The studio s first game was Daxter which was released on the Playstation Portable on March 2006.
They later went on to make God of War: Chains of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
(Which is, of course, the way a car moves in the real world. I understand that.) However, if the
ball was behind me and the camera is focused on the ball, trying to control the car while
maintaining focus on the game usually left me in unusual positions. (Although Twitch streamers
have proved to me that practice makes OP.) In Deformers the Form that you control has full
eight axis controls. So you can move in any which way your heart desires. You can strafe in front
of the goal to mimic a goalie or charge head first at the enemy like a Berserker from Gears of War
to knock the ball from their derpy grip. And if all else fails, you can shoot them. That s right. This
is street soccer and the only rule is that there is no rule. (Other than the fact that you have to score in
the enemy s net but...you knew that.)
After playing the game for a little over an hour I have to say that it is super fun. On my third
game of Form Ball I could already imagine myself losing hours to the game. Plus, having gotten a
hold of the game this early into it s life cycle (something that cannot be said for Rocket League
which I adopted to very late) I have plenty of time to carve out my spot in the Leaderboards. So
why haven t I spent said hours on it yet? Well that brings me to the biggest problem with
Deformers. The thing that holds the game back the most. It s...the game itself. After the
aforementioned third Form Ball game the players in my lobby left and I followed suite before
attempting to
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Disadvantages Of Corpus Linguistics
Corpus linguistics
Corpus Linguistics (CL) is a method of operating linguistic analysis (McEnery Wilson, 2001, p1)
that facilitates empirical descriptions of language use (Biber, 2011, p15). This method is based
on analysis of Corpus ,which is a sample of different kinds of texts, such as newspaper texts, or
specifically editorials, video scripts, everyday conversation and many other types of written
language (Baker, 2012, p248). Corpus Linguistics tries to establish a balanced corpus _Latin form
of body_ of language in order to represent variety of language, so that no single type of writing
over represented. Corpus Linguistics has become popular since 1990. Hence, it is often describe
as being a relatively new approach that investigates language in use with the aim of computers.
Compared with the eras of the 60s and 70s, researchers nowadays have access to large and different
types of corpora, along with the presence of a set of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They continued by stating that Newspapers have lots of ways of writing about a given topic, and
they continuously make decisions, choosing one particular way out of a potentially large, perhaps
infinite, set of choices. A corpus analysis will allow us to see which choices are privileged, giving
evidence for mainstream, popular or entrenched ways of thinking through repetition (ibid(. In point
of fact, repeated patterns expose that evaluative meanings are not simply personal, but extensively
shared in a discourse community. A word, expression or construction possibly will show a cultural
stereotype. A corpus analysis of thousands of newspaper articles is to detect such media repetitions,
occurring many times over, gradually influencing their
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Love and Lust in Love s Labours Lost
Love is a familiar. Love is a devil. There is no evil angel but Love. (Love s Labours Lost. 1.2.) This
Shakespearean quote relies on the fact that love can lead to many misfortunes, presented as one
of the aspects of love in both William Shakespeare s A Midsummer Night s Dream , and Wole
Soyinka s The Lion and the Jewel . One aspect of lovedemonstrates its brilliant sides, and with it,
brings affection, faith, and intimacy. However, it is also noted that an equal aspect of love conveys
the consequences and misfortunes, the negative connotations of love, which the essay will be
exploring, broken down into several characteristics: lust, manipulation, and hatred, which both plays
share in correspondence and in distinction. In A Midsummer... Show more content on
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The most apparent is the approach of manipulation: Oberon uses the magic of the flower s juice,
while Baroka uses cunning and experience from his previous adventures to lure Sidi. Additionally,
they differ in another way as Oberon used manipulation as means of torture, while Baroka utilized
it for the seduction of Sidi. Nonetheless, both plays relate to manipulation as it is used for the
advantages of the schemer, but is unrelated as by the method of how it is used.
Finally, both plays are incomplete without another significance of love, and that is hatred, and
roots in both plays from the fact that there were two men competing for the love of a female, and
the opposing men share the hatred between each other. In A Midsummer Night s Dream, after
the love potion was mistakenly applied to an additional male, the two men, Lysander and
Demetrius both constantly bicker and fight for Helena: Where is Demetrius? Oh, how fit a word
/Is that vile name to perish on my sword! (Lysander, 2.2.112 113) In The Lion and the Jewel, the
village chief, Baroka, and the young schoolteacher, Lakunle, both share a similar struggle the war
for Sidi s love and Lakunle frequently insult(s) the Bale. (Willis) The distinctions, however, lay on
the end result and as to how the hatred was resolved. Firstly, in A Midsummer Night s Dream, the
hatred was garnered
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Pitching Under Pressure
Perfect Pitching Under Pressure There are two outs in the bottom of the ninth of the World Series;
the team in the field is up by one and the best hitter is coming up the plate. The pitcher takes a deep
breath and realizes what had to be done. Three strikes and the game was over, but that seemed an
eternity away with the overwhelming pressure mounting. How could the pitchermove past the
pressure and get the last out? The answer would more than likely surprise most people. It is
common knowledge that the pitcher must physically be in the right positions to throw a strike, but
it is quite the opposite for the mental side of pitching. The mental aspect plays a much larger factor
than most people would presume and in reality, it is just as important... Show more content on
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It is surprisingly common for a pitcher who is having problems outside the sport that would
affect their mental health to see a decrease in their in sport performance. In her article on
PsychologyToday.com, Laura Miele says in general Negative external or internal psychological
factors can lead to mental blocks, causing breaks in focus and preparation, poor performance
and, at times, injuries to the athlete. The most basic example of this would be some non sport
related activity or interaction that would distract the pitcher during play. As stated earlier in the
essay, focus on throwing strikes is of paramount importance in order to be successful and any
activity or interaction that would take that focus away would be a distraction that would affect
performance. In addition, an overall feeling of depression would greatly affect a pitchers well
being in and outside of the sport. As was also stated earlier, pitchers must have confidence in
themselves and their ability and depression is in one faced a lowered self confidence. Depression
and anxiety commonly go hand in hand and together or alone they can greatly influence sport
performance. One example of a baseball player who faced depression and saw a drastic change in
performance is Joey Votto, first basemen for the Cincinnati Reds. He said in an interview with
Bleacher Report during the 2009 season The stuff I was dealing with off the field finally seeped
its way into the game. After taking time off from the game and getting his personal life in order,
he came back to win the NL MVP, the most valuable player award, the next year. It is very
uncommon to think of the impact that psychological problems can have on finding success in
pressure situations, but the evidence shows that the connection is clear and players and coaches
should be more aware of
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The Movie The Innocence Of Muslims
On September 11, 2012, there was an attack on the United States Embassy in Benghazi by Libyan
rebels in which four American were killed. This includes United States Ambassador Chris Stevens,
United States Diplomat Sean Smith, and two ex military members Tyrone Woods and Glen
Doherty, who were both Navy SEALs and had served in Iraq and Afghanistan. To prevent future
attacks on American Embassies and to prevent lives lost in those attacks, the United States
government needs to create a way to transport information more efficiently and to provide more
help in order to save American lives.
Who is to blame for the Benghazi incident? In the beginning, the United States government
blamed Nicoula Nicoula who the made the film The Innocence of Muslims. This film depicted
the Prophet Mohammed as a ladies man, a flirt, and even a thug. Even though this film was highly
offensive to the Muslim people. It was later revealed by the American government that this film
was not the true cause of the Benghazi attack. The real cause was that the Libyan people were
extremely upset that the government of the United States of America was trying to interfere with
their government and pushing to create peace in Libya. The people of Libya were especially upset
that foreign countries, especially the United States of America were remaining in Libya after they
were asked to leave. Due to security issues, all other foreign countries except for the United States
pulled out of Libya. The United States
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Tweetsie Case Study
On the rainy Wednesday I learned that when there is bad weather the park has three options for
running operations. Option #1 is that Tweetsie is run as normal and the show goes on as usual.
Option #2 is running at half capacity, which means that only Main Street and the train will
operate. All of the rides stop running and none of the shows take place during operating hours.
Finally, Tweetsie has the option of just running train rides and closing all other aspects of the
park. If this happens we let people in for free because all they would be able to do is ride the
train. In the recent history of Tweetsie they ve only closed twice and run a half day once, so it s
common to keep the park open despite nasty weather. I also learned not to get my hopes up that I
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This includes cleaning, stocking brochures, filing reports, and making sure that we open on
time. I ve also been helping with large groups that enter the park via group sales. Groups have a
different way of entering the park and paying so I ve been watching and learning that process
over the past week. Also, I count unlimited food and drink armbands in order to make sure that
each group has enough of what they ordered and get that completed before they arrive. My boss
also showed me how to count out cash registers for final close and all of the reports you have to
run in order to send a bag to audit. I m sure that next week she ll let me practice by counting out
other bags and I m looking forward to learning another
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The Importance Of The Fair Trade Movement
The movement I chose to research was the Fair Trade Movement. The main goal of the Fair
Trade Movement is to provide support to allow workers and farmers in local communities to not
get overshadowed or taken advantage of by large corporations and be provided with sustainable
and reasonable working conditions. Fairtrade is important as it is used to help improve the lives
and communities of producers that are small scale. Furthermore, Fairtrade is more than just trading
goods It highlights the need for change in the rules and practice of conventional trade and shows
how a successful business can also put people first. It is a tangible contribution to the fight against
poverty, climate change and economic crisis (World Fair TradeOrganization).
The key values of the Fairtrade movement include five values that the Fair Trade Movement are
committed to which are: People First, Excellence, Integrity, Respect, and Passion (Fair Trade
Canada). In terms of people, the Fairtrade movement focuses their goal around promoting and
improving the wellbeing of people such as farmers, workers and other members of small scale,
or local businesses. Secondly, for integrity they try to be as honest, ethical and transparent as
possible as they are accountable to their stakeholders (Fair Trade Canada). Third, respect is a key
value to the Fairtrade movement as they want to collaborate and work with diverse groups who
share similar values as the movement. Finally, passion is their last key value
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Mind and Soul
In the reading by Richard Swinburne, he evaluates the mortality of the soul and its interaction with
the human body. His position is best described as attributing the soul to a light bulb, and the brain
to a functioning socket:
If the socket (brain) is damaged or the current turned off, the light (soul) will not shine. So, too, the
soul will function if it is plugged into a functioning brain. Destroy the brain [...] and the soul will
cease to function, remaining inert.
Given his position, Swinburne s idea on the role of the mind and the soul, as well as the mortality
of the soul are what I will be exploring. For Swinburne, the soul is essentially what our mind is. It
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Now there is the mortality of the soul, given that Swinburne s definition of the soul is similar to
my definition of the mind I will focus on that. I believe the human mind passes form body to soul
upon death. But what happens after that I do not know. I feel that our minds on this new plane of
existence cannot be understood as they are on this plane. Therefore I cannot comment on the
possibility that they are mortal or immortal. There might be some inherent change in how our
minds work once this transition takes place that may alter its functionality so much that it is
nothing like it used to be, and thereby the original mind may be considered deceased. Or it may
be that we go on transitioning from state to state forever.Relating the mind to Swinburne s views,
he discusses the soul in terms of the laws of nature. In my opinion, I do not believe the above
mentioned relationship follows the rules of nature as we understand them. We cannot say with
certainty what the rules of nature are when discussing the soul, simply because the concept of it is
such a complex one. Our minds are such complex things that we do not fully understand. Overall I
tend to disagree with Swinburne on his ideas of the mortality of the soul and the relationship of the
soul and body. In my belief, that we cannot definitively say the mind is mortal or immortal because
it exists differently than the rest of our body. We can examine our hand, cut
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Research Paper On Giant Panda
The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca) lives in the bamboo forests
of southwestern China. This type of panda is endangered and to this day
there are only around a thousand pandas left (http//:panda.org, 1).
Adult giant pandas have a length of 160 to 180
centimeters (5/14 to 6 feet). The weight of an adult
male giant panda is normally between 80 and 125
kilograms (176 and 276 pounds) with males
typically weighing about 10% to 20% more than
females about the same size as the American black
bear. However, unlike the black bear, giant pandas
do not hibernate and cannot walk on their hind
legs (Etling 1).
Giant pandas have a massive head, heavy body, short tail
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Without the ability to
move to new areas which have not been affected,
starvation and death will certainly occur for the
giant panda (Etling 6).
Although the giant panda has the digestive system of a carnivore,
however, over time the giant panda adapted to a vegetarian diet such as
bamboo (http://panda.org, 1). the panda is often thought to eat only
bamboo; there are other foods that a panda will eat.
While bamboo stalks and roots make up 95% of
its diet, the giant panda also feeds on gentians,
irises, crocuses, fish, pikas, vines, mushrooms, rice
grass and occasionally small rodents. The giant
panda will eat meat although rarely. The giant
panda must eat 20 to 40 pounds of food each day to
survive, and spends 10 to 16 hours a day feeding
(Etling 6).
At one point in time, giant pandas flourished in eastern China and
several neighboring countries.
The giant panda is believed to have made its first
appearance during the late Pilocene or early
Pleistocene, perhaps no more than two to three
million years ago. Panda fossils have been found in
present day Burma, Vietnam, and particularly early
in eastern China, as far north as Bejing (Etling 2).
Today pandas are mostly in dense bamboo and mountains of
central/eastern China.
Pandas occupy 6 small forest fragments in small
isolated areas of the central and eastern portions of
the Sichuan Province, in the
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Thrasymachus Vs Plato
Friedrich Nietzsche and Thrasymachus both depict their account of justice and morality. On the
Genealogy of morals and The Republic of Plato share similarities but express different views on the
genesis of justice and morality. The first account on the genesis of justice and morality,
Thrasymachus expresses that justice and moralityare naturally beneficial to the ruling class. In a
similar manner, Nietzsche states that the genesis of justice and morality is created by the people in
power, and the weaker are forced to accept it. The second account on the genesis of justice and
morality, Friedriche Nietzsche states that the laws were created to govern society. On the other
hand, Thrasymachus states that justice is the act of conforming to the... Show more content on
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In the same manner, Nietzsche states that the citizens are forced accept the rules put forward and
are forced to accept them. The first account of justice expressed in The Republic of Plato states that
justice is nothing other than the advantage of the stronger. (Republic I, 338b). The stronger
being the ruling class who set forward the rules and laws that govern behavior. The first account
set forward by Thrasymachus supports the view that the views of true morality are devised as a
reflection of particular political communities. Thrasymachus believes that the definitions of
good morality and bad morality set forward by the ruling class are not necessarily correct. In
addition, Thrasymachus argues that this is disadvantageous to everyone else and only
beneficial to those in power, each ruling group sets down laws for its own advantage (Republic I,
338d). The argument states that by acting morally benefits those in power, and acting immorally
negatively affects people in power and benefits the oneself. In a similar manner, Nietzsche states
that the genesis of justice and morality is created by the people in power, and the weaker are
forced to accept it. The people in power refer to the ruling class and the weaker refer to the slave
classes. On the Genealogy of Morals states that the ruling class defines good morality by their
actions oppose to referring to a true definition of morality, The judgement good does not derive
from those whom goodness is shown! Rather, the good themselves that is, the noble, the powerful,
the superior, and the high minded were the ones who felt themselves and their actions to be
good... (Genealogy, p.12). The genealogy of morals views good morality with characteristics of
the ruling class and bad morality refers to people who are concerned with what is useful, and those
who are petty or
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Examples Of Tension In 12 Angry Men
The small setting of the room, few props and the heat, along with camera levels, builds tension and
releases it throughout 12 Angry Men. Towards the beginning tension is put in to play as the setting
of film is in a small, un airconditioned room on a hot summer day. Throughout the film the jurors
comment on the weather which effects certain juror s moods. Juror number 7 says This is the
hottest day of the year. You d think they d at least air condition the place. The heat irritates and
agitates most of the jurors, resulting in clashes of moods, further adding to the tension. Throughout
the film the camera level goes from above eye level to eye level, increasing the tension by
showcasing more reactions and emotions during intense scenes.
The mise en scГЁne when we first see the jury room creates a perfect setting for tension to build.
In the room, we see very few props, which helps make the room seem small. The room has a table
with 12 chairs, ashtrays on the table, a fan on the wall, 2 overhead key lights, a few books, papers
and another small table. The jurors also can t leave until they either all decide to send an 18 year
old to the electric chair, or free. The men are all wearing jackets, even though the weather is hot
and the heat makes them sweaty and agitated. Many of the men are smoking, which might show
they are agitated or anxious. Early on in this room, tension starts to rise as juror number eight is the
only one who votes not guilty. This all happens in the
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Social Norms In A Doll House
When we think of the word dollhouse we think of synonyms like innocence and playful. In
Melanie Martinez s music video she captures the opposite; in Dollhouse Martinez s demonstrates
the corruption social norms and gender roles can have on a family. Martinez shows us that
anyone can be affected by it, we just have to spot the signs before it gets out of hand. The first
thing you notice in the music video is a dollhouse. The dollhouse is a two story furnished home
with rooms to accommodate all the family members which consist of a father, mother, son and
daughter. Already we can tell that the family belongs in a high social class because of the look
of the house but to reassure the audience the director introduces the family wearing high class
attire. The father wears a tailored black suit with glasses and a tie, the mother is in a light pink
suit with heels and a red derby hat on, the son wears a button down white dress shirt with
suspenders and black slacks while the girl wears a baby pink dress and a bow. Not only does the
choice of clothing reveal the social status of the family it reveals the genderroles each member
plays. The women are expected to wear the pink attire while the men are expected to wear the
business work attire. It is a social norm for them, which can also tie into the family role each...
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As a typical family social norm the father is a working man who is gone the majority of the
video because he is at work, the mother is at home cleaning the kitchen and making food while
the two children complete their daily tasks in life which is studying for the boy and playing with
the dolls for the girl. This is a regular occurrence for them since the characters are not fazed by the
work each person is doing but what is concerning is the hidden actions each person does that the
others do not see. From this we can concluded the hidden deviance each family member
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Global Financial Crisis By The Wall Street Crisis
The purpose of this report is to study Global Financial Crisis 2008.This study is inspired by the
Wall street crisis and it covers why s and after effects of the crisis. After this crisis many of the
roots causes were observed like speculation, fragility of the system, greed of the managers which
adversely affected the market. The global financial crisisof 2008 is a major ongoing financial crisis,
the worst of its kind since the Great Depression (The Great Depression originated in the United
States occurred on October 29, 1929, known as Black Tuesday.). It became prominently visible in
September, 2008 with the failure of several large United States based financial firms. The
underlying causes leading to the crisis had been reported in... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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As demand for the CDOs started growing across the global investment community, the investment
bankers (like Lehman) who were meant to sell these instruments also started investing a significant
portion of their own capital in these.
As Wall Street firms like Lehman were churning more and more home loans into CDOs and
selling them or investing their own money, there was a pressure on the banks to issue more loans
so that they can be sold to the Wall Street firms in return for a commission. Slowly banks started
lowering the credit quality for availing a home loan and aggressively used agents to source new
loans. This slippery slope went to such an extent that in 2005, almost anyone in the U.S could buy a
home worth $100,000 (45 lakhs INR) or more without income proof, without other assets, without
credit history, sometimes even without a proper job.
The U.S. housing market went into a classic speculative bubble. Home loans were easy to get, so
more and more people were buying houses. The increased demand for houses caused the price to
increase. The rising prices created even more demand, as people started to look at homes as
investments investments that never went down in value.
In late 2006, Mortgage lenders noticed that people would choose a house, sign all the mortgage
papers, and then default on their very first payment. Although no one could really hear it, that was
probably the moment when one
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Performing Global Geographies Reading Response
Performing Global Geographies: Reading response
Through an analysis of the narratives of round the world travelers, the authors explore how
travelers weave together time, space, place and pace in a global journey around the world. Using
examples from the article explain how the itinerary plays a role in helping the travelers negotiate
the tension between time, space, and pace while at the same time reflecting certain cultural and
social assumptions about place.
The itinerary gives structure to the assumptions, anxieties and desires that travellers bring to a
round the world trip. Through the itinerary, travellers co ordinate the destinations they want to visit
alongside dozens of contingencies that factor into a round the world trip purchasing tickets,
applying for visas, allocating budgets, scheduling vaccinations, deciding what to pack and so on.
Itineraries emerge out of travellers negotiation of an assumed tension between space and time in
their performance of a global journey. In particular, these travellers worry about allocating their
limited time to enough destinations and to the right kinds of destinations to qualify as a round the
world trip.
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By doing that, they can result their travel as a round the world travel. People would like to spend
more time in some places and do not like to waste time in the places where they are not interested
in. For the round the world traveler, they would like to distribute their time reasonably because they
would like to go whole world and try not to miss some important places. Besides that, travellers
think they consume the world by consuming the time. It means travelers think they experienced the
place by spending time in there. Thus, travelers decide timing of places or time depends on the
uniqueness of the place. In this point, travelers are balancing the tension of time and place by
having the
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Personality Development By Mary D. Salter Ainsworth And...
Main Idea Attachment, as defined by Infants, Children, and Adolescents is the strong emotional
connection that develops between an infant and caregiver, which provides the infant with a sense
of joy, comfort, and emotional security (Berk, 2012, p. 264). Between 6 to 12 months of age,
infants typically have developed said strong emotional connection to familiar people who have
responded to their need for comfort, care, and other needs. While many individuals might suggest
that a baby s emotional connection to the mother serves as the basis upon which all future
relationships are built, how this strong emotional connection develops has been a source of debate
for decades. Theories that attempt to explain the emotional bond between an... Show more content
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Ethology, an approach that has become widely accepted in recent years, is focused upon the
adaptive, or survival, value of behavior and its evolutionary history (Berk, 2012, p. 264).
According to Infants, Children, and Adolescents, the ethological theory provides that babies are
biologically prepared to contribute actively to establish a bond with their caregivers, which
promotes the chances for their individual genes to survive. Since ethologists believe that behavior
can be best understood in terms of one s adaptive value, a full understanding of the entire organism
environment system, including physical, social, and cultural aspects is sought (Berk, 2012, p.
264). John Bowlby, who first applied this approach to the infant caregiver bond, maintained that
the quality of future relationships is directly related to the quality of an infant s attachment to the
caregiver (Berk, 2012, p. 265). Evaluation of Evidence Inspired by Konrad Lorenz s (1952) study
of imprinting in baby geese, Bowlby believed that an infant, just like the young of most animal
species, is born with built in behaviors that ensure that a parent stays close by, which improves the
odds that the infant will remain safe from danger. Through these built in behaviors, a strong
emotional connection develops. According to Lorenz, this strong emotional connection serves as a
reference for future relationships. Granted, Bowlby s ethological theory of attachment appears to be
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Essay On The Persuader
Imagine being stuck in a house, that felt more like a prison. Working for a dangerous man,
where making one wrong move will get you killed. This quarter, I have been reading The
Persuader by Lee Child. The main character, Jack Reacher, is an ex military cop, now a
wandering lone wolf searching for justice. Two DEA agents approach him with a situation: they
had an agent on a case who is now missing, but they can t open a case with the FBI because of
legal issues. They know that Reacher is adroit in combat and undercover operations, and he accepts
their request. Jack Reachernot only wants to help them but wants to find out why an old enemy
that should be dead, may be involved with the case. While reading Lee Childs The Persuader, I have
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Evaluating this style made me realize that his unique writing style made Reacher seem even
more like a real person. Right off the bat, I observed short, quick sentences showing Jack s
thoughts. Since he used to be in the military, he absorbs every little detail around him, predicting
all of the possible outcomes. An example can be shown in this quote: Duke went back to his car.
It bounced off the shoulder and straightened up. I followed him through the two miles. We killed
our lights a hundred yards short of the driveway and made the turn. Took it slow. There was some
moonlight. His fast and almost incomplete thoughts make him seem ready to react at any moment.
While making Reacher s character consistent, Lee Child also demonstrates thorough knowledge
about military technology topics. At one point in the book, Reacher uses an old school code to
communicate a secret message to someone. Also, with each weapon that comes up in the book,
Jack Reacher seems to have a deep understanding of all of them. This adds to making him seem
even more like a real character because of his military background, so he would obviously have to
know a lot about guns and other
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ALS And CTE Research
The number of athletes being diagnosed with neurodegenerative diseases is increasing over time.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) are both
known for targeting athletes at a much younger age than the average person. ALS and CTE are
similar due to the fact that they are a progressive degenerative disease. Both diseases are linked
with head trauma and the loss of movement within the human body. ALS is also known as Lou
Gehrigs disease; he brought national attention to the disease when he was diagnosed in 1939.
Adrian Robinson Jr. was a former NFL player that was diagnosed with CTE after his death. Recent
research shows that contact sports might play a big role in why athletes are getting diagnosed...
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Athletes take a test at the beginning of their sport season. This test is called the baseline test. The
results of the baseline test at used to determine whether or the an athlete has a concussion. The test
measures an athlete s reaction time, memory capacity, the speed of mental processing, and
functioning of the brain. If an athlete suspect s that they have a concussion they retake the baseline
test. The reason why athletes retake the baseline test, is to compare the two test results. If the
physician notices a change in the results, he/she will conclude that the athlete is suffering from a
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Dialectical Tension Examples
In Relationships that we deal with everyday there are dialectical tensions and issues that arise.
These tensions can greatly effect a relationship whether it be with a romantic partner, friend or
family. In this paper, I will define, discuss and give examples of three dialectical Tensions; describe
how they have impacted relationships in my life and how I ve managed these tensions with
managementstrategies. The three Tension I will discuss are autonomy vs. connectedness , novelty
vs. predictability , and openness vs. closedness . The four managing strategies for these dialectical
tensions are: selection, separation, neutralization, and reframing. The personal relationship in
which I will use personal examples in this paper will be my best friend and I and the tensions that
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A way in which this is easily recognizable which way your relationship is between autonomy and
connectedness, Is whether the other person is saying I or is saying we . This tension happens
often in romantic relationships when one person wants to be with the other all the time, while the
other feels suffocated and has a need for individuality. Thus, too much integration comes with the
loss of autonomy and individuality, whereas extreme separation limits connection and can
threaten the relationship. (Sahlstein, E., Dun, T. 2008, p.37). Therefore either Autonomy or
connectedness in a relationship, too much of one or the either can issues emerge. A personal
example of an experience that I ve had is with my best friend and I. When we were in high
school we both graduated early in December, I went to a community college to get some credits
before transferring to a four year college, whereas he just took a break from everything. Every day
when I got off of school we would hang out and do stuff.
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The Australian Emissions Trading Scheme
Abstract
The Australian emissions trading scheme (ETS) has been the hope of climate policy makers and
environmental scientists alike to reduce the national carbon footprint. Replacing the implemented
carbon tax law, the Australian ETS is a political issue due to the economic and social problems it
entails. With the carbon tax being repealed recently by the current government, the comparison to
the unpopular European Union ETS further emphasizes on its setbacks that it poses (Wood, 2010;
Adams, 2014; Watkins, 2014). Hence a move to the ETS will be unlikely in the future.
Introduction: The Australian Carbon Footprint
Australia has the highest greenhouse emissions per capita as of 2009 (Figure 1). This is attributed
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Figure 1: Comparison of greenhouse gas emissions per capita (UNSD, 2009; USDE, 2009)
The Carbon Tax Law and Emissions TradingScheme
Up to 2013, successive Australian governments have lobbied for an emissions trading scheme
(ETS) to curb national emissions. One such legislative measure is the carbon tax law passed in
Parliament in July 2012 through Acts such as the Clean Energy Act. Using a fixed taxation price of
$A23 per tonne which will increase by 2.5% per annum, the carbon tax law applies to the company
operations and facilities of Australia s top 500 polluters which exceed the annual direct emissions
limit (Foran, 2011; Guglyuvatyy, 2012). These high polluting industries range from electrical power
plants to the mining sector. The carbon tax law will subsequently transit into a cap and trade ETS
managed by the Climate Change Authority in 2015. Also known as the Carbon Pricing Mechanism,
this statutory institution will supervise carbon prices on an auction market, making the prices of
greenhouse gases flexible (Guglyuvatyy, 2012; Adams, 2014). The aim of the ETS is to create
economic incentives to entice industries to take environmentally friendly measures without
negatively affecting the national job market and economic growth (AuGov, 2012; Adams, 2014). At
that point, the Australian government also projected future aims of linking the national ETS with
that of the European Union (AuGov, 2012; Watkins, 2014).
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of RS-422
RS 422: RS 422 ,also known as TIA/EIA 422 is a technical standard originated by Electronic
Industries Alliance that specifies electrical characteristics of a digital signaling circuit.It is the
physical interface used for uni directional or bi directional communication of OBC of PNSS 1 with
different units i e DHU(data handling unit),MGT,earth sensor,sun
sensor,magnetorquer,magnetometer and with reaction wheels.It is serial communication standard
which provides asynchronous communication capabilities such as hardware flow control,software
flow control and parity check. One of the key advantage of using RS 422 standard is that each
signal line consist of two wires that are twisted together to reduce noise that results in high data
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IP of AMBA is implemented on FPGA that supports plug and play method for available IP cores
from Gaisler Research IP Library (GRLIB).Among five different interfaces within AMBA
specification,AHB(Advanced High performance Bus) architechture has some additional features i
e single clock edge protocol,split transactions,several bus masters,pipelined operation,large bus
width(64/128 bit) etc. Typical AMBA AHB system design consist of the following components:
AHB master: AHB master is able to start read and write operation by providing address and control
information.Only one bus master can use it at a time. AHB slave: It basically responds to the read
and write operation within specific range.Signals are transmitted back to the master which indicates
the success or failure of the data transfer. AHB arbiter: This basically ensures that only one bus
master can initiate data transfer.Any arbitration algorithm such as highest priority or fair access can
be implemented according to application requirement. AHB
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Qualitative Research in Nursing
Qualitative Research
Introduction
Some of the integral components of nursing practice are commitment and patience, understanding
and trust, flexibility and openness. These, according to qualitative researchers, can be applied to
qualitative approaches. Many qualitative studies have in the recent past found their way into
medical and nursing press. This has helped in improving knowledge base on qualitative nursing
researches (Brookes, 2007). This term paper seeks to establish ways in which findings of qualitative
nursing research study influence the way care is provided in different work settings. The paper also
undertakes to highlight the reasons behind researchers resolve to conduct qualitative rather than
quantitative nursing research study.
Ways in which the findings of a qualitative nursing research study can be used to influence the way
care is provided in a given work setting Qualitative nursing research findings are very important in
decision making process in a working set up and at the national level. Qualitative researches ability
to analyze information conveyed through language and behavior in natural setting makes it ideal
for capturing expressive information pertaining to beliefs, values, feelings and motivation. In the
process one finds himself in a position to learn directly from the patients about what they consider
important. This is very crucial in identifying variables that are important for future clinical studies
(Berkwits Inui, 1998).
An
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1 John Gnosticism
7. The author of 1 John was concerned about the conditions within the group, which related to
false teachings of some Christians. Specifically, the physical humanity of Jesus, his Incarnation in
the flesh , and the necessity of showing love for fellow believers (Harris, 2014, p.437). The book
of 1 John may have been a response to protoGnostics, secessionists who were predecessors of the
Gnosticism that challenged other forms of Christianityfrom the second through the fifth centuries
CE (Harris, 2014, p.437). Specifically, Gnosticism concentrated on a two fold view of the cosmos,
which represented the belief that only the spirit was pure and good and that the physical world, the
creation of a subordinate god, was permanently dishonest.
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Bill Fontan An Internationally Reputable Composer And...
Bill Fontana is an internationally reputable composer and pioneering American sound sculptor born
April 25th 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. Since the mid to late 70 s Fontana has used sound as a
sculptural medium, able to interact and transform our perceptions of visual and architectural spaces.
Fontana is constantly engaged with the idea that at any moment there will be something musical to
hear in the coherent soundpatterns around him. His sound sculptures use the human or natural
environment surrounding as a living source of musical information, often creating multiple
networks of live listening points that relay real time acoustics to a common listening place or
sculptural site. All of Fontana s works produced over the years experiment with process of listening,
recording, relocating and representing found sound patterns. Through discussion of his works and
the process undertaken in his listening for different found sound, the technologies used in recording
and relaying of these sounds to site, and the sites themselves through his works can be seen to
complicate the idea of medium within his practice.
Links from Fontana s background can be seen to have influence upon the development of his
practice. Fontana started his musical career in the 60 s as a composition student, attending the New
School for Social Research in New York, studying both music and philosophy. It was here that
Fontana became a student of John Cage s Experimental Composition course at the school. By
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Reginald Rose s Justice System
In Twelve Angry Men Reginald Rose shows how flawed the justice system could really be. He
portrays this concept in this story by having 12 jurors try to figure out if a nineteen year old boy
that grew up in the slums is guilty or not. The jurors automatically assumed that he is guilty only
because of the fact that he was always getting into trouble when he was younger. Even after they
heard all the unclear evidence that was given, 11 out of the 12 said that he was still guilty. If it
wasn t for the 1 juror that spoke up about how the evidence wasn t clear, the boy would ve been
declared guilty. There has been many cases up to this date that show this type of prejudice. Many
people have been mistreated because of their background. Just because
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Wang Luck The Good Earth
Throughout history, and even today in some cases, certain groups of people have been referred to
as inferior to others. One common example is the belief that men are superior to women and
should be in charge of them. This specific idea is more prevalent in earlier times of our history
especially in 19th century China, the setting of The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck, a feminist,
activist, and author that spent much of her childhood living in China. Interestingly, Buck s The
Good Earth follows the main character, Wang Lung, a poor and humble farmer, and his newly
bought wife, Olan in a third person limited perspective. It is probable that the author chose this
point of view in order to better characterize and explain her characters and
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Global Warming Blown Out of Proportion Essay
Global Warming Blown Out of Proportion
The United States by no means should consider complying with the Kyoto Protocols. My
conviction in the negation towards passing this bill is that the whole Global Warming idea is
highly blown out of proportion by politicians and the mass media. Global warming, as it may exist
in the most gentle form, is the result of natural changes and could yield positive benefits. It is a
predictable, quantifiable process. Thus the Kyoto plan is flawed in many ways.
The actually origin of such ideas of global warming come to us from computer generated
predictions by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicted in 1990 that there would
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He wrote, There is no consensus, unanimous or otherwise, about long term climate trends and what
causes them, in the Wall Street Journal. The fact that Global Warming, if it is a problem, is such a
little problem that such high attention for the Kyoto Protocol leads to it being laced with
alternative power hungry plans.
The seriousness of the hidden agenda of environmentalists must be considered in the prevention of
the Kyoto intervening in our sovereignty. The Protocol it seems is not about global warming at
all. It s about advancing a political scheme of global government and punishing the US for its
economic success. If we sign the Protocol the Kyoto inspectors, will be crawling all over America
inspecting our emission levels in our factories and homes in violation of our Constitution. So the
US should stay out of entangling alliances and should not endorse such Protocols that deteriorate
our justifiable right of sovereignty.
Global Warming is Hot Air Jon PerdueNo. 111, 15 21 March 1999
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Source: James K. Glassman, Forget Kyoto, from the American Enterprise Institute, January 2001.
Reason magazine had seven pages of its November 1997 issue with solutions to global warming at
little cost
Since CO2 stimulates plant growth and lessens the need for water, we could also expect
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Pricing The Bond Option Of Vasicek And Cir Models
Pricing the Bond option in Vasicek and CIR models
Name: Huajun Liu
Professor: Marco Pereira
Course: Math 624
Date: 2016/12/18
1.Abstract
This report is aimed to describe how we will use Python to build an application to price risky
bond and the European options of the bond in stochastic hazard rate and interest rate models. We
are going to simulate the path of interest rate using CIR model and simulate the path of hazard
rate using Vasicek model. Then we will get the survival function from simulated hazard rate and
get the bond price from it. Lastly we will price the European options of the risky bond based on
the simulated bond price by using both closed form formula (Jamshidian, F. (1989)) and Monte
Carlo simulation.
2.Introduction
Today, an increasing number of risky bond options have been introduced to customers, but only a
few customers can understand how to price a risky bond option. The credit derivative is a new type
of financial derivative which is based on the credit condition of the loan developed in the 1990s,
and its function is to separate the credit risk from other risks of the primary assets and transfer it to
the counterparty. Also, credit derivatives can make credit risk appear in a more fluid and tradable
form, which has a great application in improving the portfolio of returns and presenting a highly
structured risk portfolio. Meanwhile, credit derivatives can be used in the investment market Avoid
risks, and thus mobilize the credit market activity.
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The Tile Of The Book
The tile of the book is The Five People You Meet in Heaven . The author of the book is Mitch
Albon and it was published in 2003 by Hyperion Books.There are 194 pages total in the book. The
book begins with the last day of Eddie s life. It s his birthday and he is turning eighty three years
old. He works at an amusement park called RubyPier as the maintenance guy, basically just making
sure the rides were safe.. Even though he doesn t like working at Ruby Pier, deep down he loved
to see the little kids laughing and smiling and having fun on the rides. But on that day a car key
goes missing, found it way into the machinery damaging a ride called Freddie s Free Fall . The
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His second stop is where he meets his commanding officer of his world war II platoon. Eddie
remembers being held captive along with his captain and four others. He also was the one
responsible for coming up with a plan for them to escape. After they did that the captain told them
to burn the place they were held captive but eddie ran back because he thought he saw a young girl,
but a bullet was shot and hit him right in the knee. He learned the importance of sacrifice from
the captain who then says that that it was him who shot eddie. He says that he had to sacrifice
his knee in order to save his life. The captain then reveals that he died because he stepped on a
landmine getting Eddie to safety, meaning he also made sacrifice.One his way out he advises
Eddie to let go of his anger. The third stop is where he sees a vision of his father. He had
flashbacks of the abuse he suffered from the hands of his father when he was drunk.then he meets
Ruby who s husband is the founder of Ruby Pier which was named after her. She offers him a new
way to look at his father s death. Eddie believed that his father died because he made a decision
while drunk to jump into the freezing water and caught pneumonia, but really he was trying to save
his friend mickey s life. Mickey tried to kill himself after Eddie s father caught him assaulting
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The Bush Administration s Relation With Iraq Prior to...
The Bush Administration s Relation With Iraq Prior to Iraq s Invasion of Kuwait
Prior to the August 2, 1990 invasion of Kuwait on the part of Iraq, the
United States had questionable relations with Iraq dictator, Saddam Hussein, to say the least. In
retrospect, which is inherently advantageous as a 20/20 perspective, questions remain unanswered
as to whether or not the United States was too appeasing to Saddam Hussein in the years, months,
and days leading up to that early August morning. There remains to this day lingering questions as
to the role that the US Ambassador to Iraq, April Glaspie, played in conveying the
Administration s message to the Iraqi leader. In addition, questions surrounding the Administrators
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Summoned before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to clarify her role in the Administration
s relations with Iraq prior to August 2, 1990,
Ambassador Glaspie offered her version of the events that led to the invasion.
She recalled that Iraq had first and foremost just finished a long, drawn out war with its neighbor
and nemesis, Iran. Hussein, she recalled, had made repeated threats against the state of Israel in the
first half of 1990, but abruptly switched his focus from Israel to that of Kuwait and another
neighbor to the south, the United Arab Emirates. He announced in that speech, in the crudest and
most unmistakable way, that if Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates did not revise their oil policy
and produce according to their OPEC quotas, Iraq would take upon itself effective measures to
make sure they did. 1 Later, under examination by members of the Senate Committee, Glaspie
further detailed
Iraq s basic conflict with Kuwait and the UAE as ...it was Kuwait and the
United Arab Emirates whom he [Saddam] accused of overproducing their OPEC quotas which of
course put prices down and he needed the prices up because he was deeply in debt. 2 That debt, of
course, had been
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The Importance Of White People In The World
When reading chapter 1 the thing I found most interesting was the abundance of people who
argue that Egyptians were white. I m more confused than I am surprised. This is typical of white
people. Whenever the people of a region are savage,violent, and impoverished there is no doubt
that they are black or brown. With that being said, when a civilization located in a predominantly
black part of the world has brought forth advancements in geometry, architecture, art and science all
of sudden...we re not sure? I may be overthinking this but it appears to me that even the most highly
educated people in the world on the subject matter of history still can not come to terms with the
fact that black peoplethat lived thousands of years ago accomplished
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Case Study Kraft Foods
Kraft Foods Case Study
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Institutional Affiliation
Date of Submission
1.0.Introduction
Kraft Foods Inc. is a company that manufactures and markets food products such as snacks,
beverages, packed grocery products and convenient meals. The company can be found in more
than 155 countries around the globe (Pankey, 2004). Normally, it has been ranked second after
Nestle. It has 11 brands which earn the company nearly $1 billion worldwide. Examples of those
brands are Cadbury and Nabisco (Pai Subramanian, 2014). By December 2010, the company had
operations in more than 75 countries with nearly 233 manufacturing and processing facilities
(Pankey, 2004). Currently, it is an independent public company listed in the New York Stock
exchange. This paper is aimed at analyzing the competitive position of Kraft Foods Inc and its
attractiveness together with possible recommendations for future action.
2.0.Kraft Food Inc s Corporate Strategy
Kraft Food Inc has demonstrated so much that it exhibits a global strategy as it operates in more
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First there is need to recognize that Kraft Foods Inc has a clear strategy that build globally and has
put them in a good competitive position since 2007. The company s divestitures and acquisitions
have also boosted its market share and profit earning (McDaniel, 2006). The ranking of the
company at second position contributes to a long term attractiveness to the shareholders. Another
strong factor that improves its long term attractiveness is the strong competitive nature of all
industries that participate in Kraft (McDaniel, 2006). This means that the companies require a
strong distribution and marketing strategy so as to attract consumers demand and ensure products
are available in the supermarkets (McDaniel,
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Communication and Crisis Paper
Communication and Crisis Paper
University of Phoenix
HCS/320
Lorena Mesina
June 27, 2013
Dawn Sienkiewicz
Communication and crisis paper:
When working in a hospital, setting whether it s an emergency room, or management office, there
s going to be a time when you are going to experience some kind of face to face crisis, according
to (Coombs, 1999) simply stated no organization is immune to crisis. A crisis can raise inside or
outside the organization and according to Reynolds (2006) the moment it occurs, lives may be at
risk and the reputation of the organization are at risk. When this happens it involves communication
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In fact Penrose (2000) found that while large companies with ample financial resources may have
a chance of survival following a crisis without a crisis plan, 80 percent of smaller lesser known
companies without a comprehensive crisis plan vanish within two years of suffering a major
disaster.
My approach is to develop the best crisis approach through communication. Crisis communication
usually has a variety of goals some of which conflict but the most important and universal it to
reduce, and contain harm. My next step is calling all organization so they can identify the hazard
they face, my first phone call would be the (MDCH) Michigan health community department, and
then hopefully they will contact the (American Biological Safety Association). When a crisis
began to brew as a communicator and a leader I wonder when to ask for help from the outside for
instance public relations agency which might be beneficial to keep the problem from completely
overwhelming the organization. This is why I have developed relationship with an agency in case I
need them in emergency like this. Potential advantages and challenges associated with
communicating within the organization and with the public and private sectors during this crisis
situation.
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Filmore Furniture Case
Filmore Furniture Case
By: Hamaza Azam, Kavan Grewal, Deep Dave, Carl Ribeiro and Austin Mathews
Key Events:
Fred Filmore opened Filmore Furniture in 1970, a company that manufactures small colonial
furniture. After 13 years, he retired and sold his business to his son Phil Filmore who was an
aggressive manager, strategist and modernized in introducing new product designs and new
marketing skills. Phil owns 63% of the business, shareholders own another 31%, and some
employees account for the other 6%. His marketing strategies and skills with his engineer Jean
Lechaise brought business and increased sales income to 5,100,000 in 1993. His annual salary
amounted to 80,000 and he earned another $20,000 on dividends from shares. He died in a ... Show
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These suppliers have slightly more bargaining power because of the differentiation between their
work. However the need for these suppliers can be eliminated if furniture manufacturers produce
every piece of their products themselves. A furniture manufacturer will only outsource production
of parts if it proves to be cost effective for their company. Since the price of materials is consistent
market and the outsourcing of production is unnecessary, suppliers have low bargaining power in
the furniture manufacturing industry.
Power of Substitutes VERY LOW
As previously stated the buyers in the furniture manufacturing industry are furniture retailers.
Therefore they will require furniture to continue business. There are no substitutes that provide the
same use as furniture. In relation to the furniture industry as a whole, there are still very little
substitutes to furniture aside from a higher use of closet space or unorthodox measures by
consumers. An example of this would be one s choice to live without furniture, which in most cases
is very unlikely. Furniture has become a household necessity and consumers have little or no desire
to change their lifestyles by eliminating that need. Therefore the threat of substitutes to the furniture
manufacturing industry is very low to the point where it is almost non existent.
Threat of
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The Tell-Tale Heart Compare Contrast Essay
Throughout both The Tell Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado the reader is able to pick up
similarities as well as differences between the narrators in both stories.
In both The Tell Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado the main characters each want to kill
another human being for petty reasons. Taking someone s life is never justifiable unless having
done so was self defense. However neither Montresor, the main character of The Cask of
Amontillado , nor the unnamed narrator of The Tell Tale Heartwere killing for this reason. Both of
them had very vague and petty reasons for murdering someone. In The Tell Tale Heart the reason
why the narrator wants to kill the old man is simply because his eye bothers him.
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The main characters in The Tell Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado feel differently after
the deed has been done. The narrator in The Tell Tale Heart at first feels like there is nothing
wrong with what he is. He thinks that he s brilliant in the way of sneaking into this old man s
house night after night. He is even smiling as he kills the man, feeling completely happy as he
kills him. It is not until he begins to hear the old man s heart beating. The heart reveals his
conscience, and after hearing it, it is the only time he is presented as having some sort of moral
code, (___short stories__). Montresor, on the other hand, enjoys every bit of what he did to
Fortunato. As Fortunato screams and yanks against the chains, Montresor sits down for a minute
or two to delight in his pain. His words hint that for a moment, and one moment only, he feels a
slight stab of guilt. He describes his heart as growing sick once Fortunato has silenced, but this he
blames on being in the damp catacombs. His attiude though as he tells the story suggests that he not
only feels no guilt in what he has done, but that he had the right to do
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How To Create A Mash-Up In The Wizard Of Oz And The...
We ve created a mash up of The Wizard of Oz and The Princess Bride. The Wicked Witch of the
West, played by Lindy Arsenault, wakes up from a nap to discover that Dorothy, played by
Gabrielle Hopping Merlino, has stolen her ruby slippers. The film follows the Witch in her
attempt to track down the shoes. Dorothy leads her on a wild goose chase around campus until
she eventually finds Dorothy who challenges the Witch to a battle of the wits. Our goal was to
create a comedic homage to two of our favorite movies. We were limited in terms of location due
to a snowstorm that decided to roll in the weekend we had planned for filming. We then picked
locations around campus that had minimal background noise. Because of the location and our film
budget,
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The Race Of Work
The Race To Work Today Michael woke up twenty minutes late he looked at his clock, Michael
swore under his breath, he was in such big rush to get to work that he forgot to change his
clothes. Micheal loves to race in his Nissan GTR he works at a car collision shop he hates
working there but Michael continues to work there so he can work on his own car. Michael ran
out of the house and missed a step and fell on his arm. Despite the pain, he got up and ran to start
his car.
Backing out of the driveway Michael couldn t see anything down the street he opened his window
to see what it was. It was thick fog. Michael started speeding because he didn t want his supervisor
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Do you have a phone? Michael asked Yeah I do let me go get it from my tent Michael was waiting
he was thinking if he ll survive he was thinking about his past in future scared he won t make it.
Hey I got my phone Michael didn t respond the homeless man yelled, Hey I bring my phone! Ah
sorry I didn t hear you It s alright Michael called his supervisor Hello Michael you re late! I m in a
car crash I won t make it What! Oh my god are you okay? No, I need ambulance quick Okay, I m
calling one right now where are you? I don t know I m somewhere near a dead end with trees, I m
lost in the woods . You have to give me more detail they won t be able to find you Talk to the
person helping me. He probably knows Michael handed the phone over to the homeless man. Hello
Yeah can you tell me the location you re at asap Um I m not
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Becoming A Surgeon Research Paper
However good things often, if not always, come with a price (no pun intended). A surgeon s
work hours is almost never consistent; he/she may have to work only 2 hours one day but would
need to work a 48 hour shift the next day. Surgeons also hold an on call job; so when they are
required, all plans need to be cancelled for them to be at their job. These long hours mean there isn
t much time to spend with family. Surgeons tend to spend more time at work with their team than at
home with their family. Leisure time for surgeons can be considered non existent in many cases.
The process of becoming a surgeonis rigorous and stressful. It takes at least 12 years after Year 12
of studying and training to earn the title of a fully qualified surgeon.... Show more content on
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Self evaluation:
This career investigation has revealed to me that becoming a surgeon isn t all rainbows and
daisies; it isn t what I watch on Grey s Anatomy. From what I ve gathered, surgeons enjoy most of
their life within a clinic or hospital saving and helping patients. Wording it this way makes the job
seem extremely boring. But I can t word it any other way; it is the truth. I have always been a
people s person and it has always been a passion of mine to be able to help someone out. Taking
the lifeguard course has fuelled my desire to give to the society. Wherever the location, I would
try to help someone the best I can. I believe surgeons have one intention: to help a patient as best
they can. Communication has never been an issue for me as I tend to listen intently and try to
speak to someone in the clearest way possible. Problem solving and learning has always been a
strength and something I have grown up enjoying. My life, like many others, has been through a
lot of ups and downs. Family issues and emergencies do have a certain effect on me but over the
years, I ve learnt to deal with the burden and the stress. These common traits demonstrates that I
may have the capability of tackling the job as a
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The Gilded Age During The Gilded Age
When Mark Twain coined the term Gilded Age for the years 165 1900 he was doing more than
giving a sarcastic name to this time period. Twain ingeniously combined both the era s widespread
corruption with its tremendous growth. It was a time of political upheaval, western expansion,
transitioning roles of women, increased education, new forms of media, and urbanization, although
while all of those factors were significant parts of the the time, one industry and technology saw a
startling and almost unbelievable shift to its industry. During the Gilded Agethe United Stateswent
through one of its biggest, most influential periods of growth and discovery in its history, although
along with the tremendous expansion came huge companies arose unmatched in their size and
corruption.
Following the tumultuous Civil War the atmosphere was ribe in America for unbelievable
expansion and growth. The war had practically devastated the agricultural based South, with the
South s finances being reduced to almost nothing. Confederate bonds had become worthless and
because of this the South couldn t industrialize and nearly the same pace as the North. All these
factors, coupled with slaves recently being freed from bondage led to a immigration into the North
s urban economy. Further there was huge immigration from abroad at this time to America major
cities like Chicago and New York from all over Eurasia including China, Russia, and Italy. With
them came an important supply of cheap
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Capstone Project Finance (Final Project)
CAPSTONE PROJECT
Project Title: APPLICABLE FINANCIAL POLICIES CHANGES THAT CAN BE USED TO
ENCOURAGING HOUSE AND HOME OWNERSHIP IN MICHIGAN
Submitted by:
Submitted to University MBA/MS Program [list one]
Capstone Mentor: [name]
For University Use Date Received: ______________________________________________
Reviewed by: _______________________________________________
Approved/Disapproved: ______________________________________________ Signature:
______________________________________________ Date:
______________________________________________ Comments:
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...
ws in the Housing Finance System22 2.4 The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)23 History
of FHFA24 Conservatorship of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae24 Chapter 3: Description of the
Research Design Used26 3.1 Research Method and Design Appropriateness26 3.1 Population26 3.2
Informed Consent26 3.3 Confidentiality27 3.4 Data Collection27 3.5 Instrumentation28 Open and
Closed Ended Questionnaires28 Interviews29 Reading29 3.6 Validity and Reliability30 Internal
validity30 External validity30 Reliability30 3.7 Data Analysis31 Chapter 4: The Results and
Findings of the Project32 Chapter 5: Discussion of Results and Findings33 Chapter 6: Conclusion
and Recommendations37 Chapter 7: References38 Chapter 8: Appendices41 Appendix 1: CFED
Assets amp; Opportunity Scorecard 2012, Michigan State: Profile41 Appendix 2: Housing Financial
Policy Changes in Michigan Questionnaire42 Appendix 3: Housing Financial Policy Changes in
Michigan Interview Questions44
List of Abbreviations
CFED Corporation for Enterprise Development
FHA The Federal Housing Administration
FHFA Federal Housing Finance Agency FHFB Federal Housing Finance Board
GSEs Government Sponsored Enterprises
HUD Department of Housing and Urban Development
IRS The Internal Revenue Service
LTV Loan to Value Ratios
MBS Mortgage Backed Securities
MCC Michigan Chamber of Commerce
MMI Annual Mutual Mortgage Insurance
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Jennifer Cervantes
Conflicts of the Families in the 21st Century Confetti Girl, by Diana LГіpez, and Tortilla Sun, by
Jennifer Cervantes are using different points of view to create tension in their stories. First, the
author made the girls feel depressed of how their parents won t understand their feelings.
Furthermore, the parents are careless of what the girls do and want them to do things as they tell
them to. Lastly, the girls opinions are being respected by their parents. Thus, the authors are
effectively using different points of view in the story, enabling them to create tension by having the
parents who do not understand their children s feelings, not interested in what they do and wants
them to just follow their orders, and not respecting their opinions.... Show more content on
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Such as how Lina got ignored while she was talking about a book sale that they were going to
do. In lines 21 22, it states So did I tell you we re having a book sale for our next fundraiser?
(Lopez 20). We just unpacked and I had plans. (Cervantes 29). Also, in line 29, it says We just
unpacked and I had plans. (Cervantes 29). Lina is again disappointed at her dad s behavior and
how he doesn t respect her opinions and thoughts. While Izzy lies about how she couldn t do the
plans, making friends over the summer, so that she doesn t have to go to her nana s house. Still,
it won t work for her. Not to mention, Lina has to do chores instead of hanging out with her
friends after school. In line 2, it describes her emotion as Now when I come home, I ve got to
sweep, fold towels, or scrub the bathroom sink. (Lopez 2).In addition, Izzy gets emotional about
how she couldn t stay home yelling Why can t I stay here? Alone. (Cervantes 26). All in all, both
of the children are being ignored of their opinions, forcefully having to listen to
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Justin Stoeber Research Paper
Client Name: Justin Stoeber
Blog 14: Justin Stoeber: One Of His Kind Geotechnical Engineer!!!
Keyword 1: Justin Stoeber Geotechnical Engineer
Keyword 2: Project Manager Justin Stoeber Fort Collin
The world in the 21st century has grown in the way it looks the buildings, structures, bridges,
canals, dams, roads and what not are taking shape!!! All the thanks to civil engineers!! A civil
engineer deals with designing, construction and maintenance of the structures and needs to have
scientific and technical skills to design high end buildings that are in alignment and symbolic of the
world that we currently live by.
John Stoeber, A Geotechnical engineer based in Greater Denver is all of the above and much
more. He has a BS and an MS in civil engineering from the State Colorado University. The key
skills that this eminent Geotechnical engineer deal with include civil engineering modelling and
mining. From soil mechanics to slope stability and pavement engineering, he has an immense
experience of almost a decade in his bag! Besides all this, Justin Stoeber has an extreme level of
enthusiasm and passion driving him at his workplace. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
At Golder Associates, Justin Stoeber Fort Collins dealt with civil and mining design, analysis of
waste dumps, foundation systems and heap leach pads. Soil analysis is another feather in his hat
in which he has exceptional expertise in. Mr. Stoeber also has worked with ELE International as
an engineer where he proved his skills as a brilliant team player. At the workplace, he was
responsible for advanced soil lab testing. He has travelled throughout the U.S. setting up new lab
equipment and training co workers to use the
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Essay On Native American Indian Boarding School
Starting off as a plan to assimilate and educate Native American Children, the boarding school
program resulted in the stripping of culture and native identity. The cultural deprivation process
began in 1860 when the Bureau of Indian Affairs established the first on reservation Indian
boarding school in Washington state. The main goal of both the boarding and day schools was to
assimilate Indian children into the American way of life (American Indian Council).
At the start, the schools were all on reservation, designed to make education affordable and
accessible to as many tribes as possible. This method held hopes of the children spreading
American culture to parents; however, it allowed for Indian culture to seep into the children s lives.
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Attending school was required by law; therefore, the Bureau would send police to physically
confiscate children from their homes on reservations. By making attendance mandatory, the
number of savage Indians exponentially decreased. Richard H Pratt said, Kill the Indian, save
the man. This motto led to the hair of Indian boys getting cut, the banning of all tribal food,
children were no allowed to return home and any relics from home were destroyed. Lone Wolf
of the Blackfoot tribe said, Long hair was the pride of all Indians. The boys, one by one, would
break down and cry when they saw their braids thrown on the floor. All of the buckskin clothes
had to go and we had to put on the clothes of the White Man. If we thought the days were bad, the
nights were much worse. This is when the loneliness set in, for it was when we knew that we were
all alone. Many boys ran away from the school because the treatment was so bad, but most of them
were caught and brought back by the police (PBS Telecommunications). If any of the students were
non compliant with the policies, punishment consisted confinement, deprivation of privileges, a
threat of corporal punishment or a restriction of diet (PBS
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Essay On The Role That The Roman Catholic Church Played In Medieval Europe

  • 1. Essay On The Role That The Roman Catholic Church Played In Medieval Europe 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help fromHelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Essay On The Role That The Roman Catholic Church Played In Medieval EuropeEssay On The Role That The Roman Catholic Church Played In Medieval Europe
  • 2. Attitudes Towards Same Sex Couples Introduction The article I chose to write my assignment on is Attitudes to Practice: Adoption Obstacles. It was written by Claire Kimberly and Alexa Moore and published in the Journal of Gay Lesbian Social Services on November 16, 2015. The authors investigated how attitudes towards same sex couples could influence their adoption process and how it is handled by adoption professionals and surrounding policies/practices. They used data gathered by other research to help construct their research method. Literature Review The authors of the article used information from several other articles that contained studies done that analyzed the procedures of adoption agencies working with same sex couples. There are around 2 million potential parents in the gay and lesbian community that are faced with obstacles during the adoption process because of their sexual orientation while the government is passing legislative acts and allocating millions of dollars in the hope of finding families that are interested in adopting and that qualify. Brooks and Goldberg conducted a study to that further analyzed whether or not lesbians and gays are faced with hindrances that heterosexual couples do not face during the adoption process. This study discovered that there are three factors that make the process more difficult for same sex couples: myths about the parenting abilities of gays and lesbians, general agency attitudes and informal practices that discourage gays and lesbians from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Panera Bread Executive Summary Panera Bread Company Crafting and Executing Strategy Executive Summary The Panera Bread Company is starting 2007 with unfinished goals and missed targets previously set and a review of their strategy is in order to continue their ongoing success. The company has grown substantially since its inception in the competitive restaurant industry; however, an aggressive target of 2,000 Panera Bread bakery cafes will require a focused strategic plan. The company has a strong base with loyal customers who appreciate Panera s unique dining atmosphere with a focus on quality products at a reasonable price. Panera will need to continue its market research and focus on environmental issues, which are an important core value. The opportunity for... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ...................................................10 Alternative 3 Review Existing Locations..........................................................................................11 Alternative 4 Expansion through Franchise Operations.....................................................................11 Alternative 5 Expand Catering Segment ...........................................................................................12 Recommendations and Action Plans .......................................................................................................12 Recommendations ..............................................................................................................................12 Action Plans .......................................................................................................................................13 Contingency Plan ...................................................................................................................................14 Attachments ...........................................................................................................................................15 Exhibit 1.............................................................................................................................................15 Exhibit 2.............................................................................................................................................16 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Opp Research Papers It seems to be a popular trend for big developers to branch off and make small and unique indie games. From Ubisoft s Child of Light to Insomniac s Song of the Deep these games are immersive, breathtaking, intimate and, mostly, well received. Most recently is Ready at Dawn s foray into indie development: Deformers. Before we dive into things I do want to let you know that I was given a copy of this game by the developers. However that was just because they re nice, so this is not an ad nor is it #sponsored. And for those of you who do not know about Ready at Dawn Studios here is a brief summary. The studio s first game was Daxter which was released on the Playstation Portable on March 2006. They later went on to make God of War: Chains of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (Which is, of course, the way a car moves in the real world. I understand that.) However, if the ball was behind me and the camera is focused on the ball, trying to control the car while maintaining focus on the game usually left me in unusual positions. (Although Twitch streamers have proved to me that practice makes OP.) In Deformers the Form that you control has full eight axis controls. So you can move in any which way your heart desires. You can strafe in front of the goal to mimic a goalie or charge head first at the enemy like a Berserker from Gears of War to knock the ball from their derpy grip. And if all else fails, you can shoot them. That s right. This is street soccer and the only rule is that there is no rule. (Other than the fact that you have to score in the enemy s net but...you knew that.) After playing the game for a little over an hour I have to say that it is super fun. On my third game of Form Ball I could already imagine myself losing hours to the game. Plus, having gotten a hold of the game this early into it s life cycle (something that cannot be said for Rocket League which I adopted to very late) I have plenty of time to carve out my spot in the Leaderboards. So why haven t I spent said hours on it yet? Well that brings me to the biggest problem with Deformers. The thing that holds the game back the most. It s...the game itself. After the aforementioned third Form Ball game the players in my lobby left and I followed suite before attempting to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Disadvantages Of Corpus Linguistics Corpus linguistics Corpus Linguistics (CL) is a method of operating linguistic analysis (McEnery Wilson, 2001, p1) that facilitates empirical descriptions of language use (Biber, 2011, p15). This method is based on analysis of Corpus ,which is a sample of different kinds of texts, such as newspaper texts, or specifically editorials, video scripts, everyday conversation and many other types of written language (Baker, 2012, p248). Corpus Linguistics tries to establish a balanced corpus _Latin form of body_ of language in order to represent variety of language, so that no single type of writing over represented. Corpus Linguistics has become popular since 1990. Hence, it is often describe as being a relatively new approach that investigates language in use with the aim of computers. Compared with the eras of the 60s and 70s, researchers nowadays have access to large and different types of corpora, along with the presence of a set of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They continued by stating that Newspapers have lots of ways of writing about a given topic, and they continuously make decisions, choosing one particular way out of a potentially large, perhaps infinite, set of choices. A corpus analysis will allow us to see which choices are privileged, giving evidence for mainstream, popular or entrenched ways of thinking through repetition (ibid(. In point of fact, repeated patterns expose that evaluative meanings are not simply personal, but extensively shared in a discourse community. A word, expression or construction possibly will show a cultural stereotype. A corpus analysis of thousands of newspaper articles is to detect such media repetitions, occurring many times over, gradually influencing their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Love and Lust in Love s Labours Lost Love is a familiar. Love is a devil. There is no evil angel but Love. (Love s Labours Lost. 1.2.) This Shakespearean quote relies on the fact that love can lead to many misfortunes, presented as one of the aspects of love in both William Shakespeare s A Midsummer Night s Dream , and Wole Soyinka s The Lion and the Jewel . One aspect of lovedemonstrates its brilliant sides, and with it, brings affection, faith, and intimacy. However, it is also noted that an equal aspect of love conveys the consequences and misfortunes, the negative connotations of love, which the essay will be exploring, broken down into several characteristics: lust, manipulation, and hatred, which both plays share in correspondence and in distinction. In A Midsummer... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The most apparent is the approach of manipulation: Oberon uses the magic of the flower s juice, while Baroka uses cunning and experience from his previous adventures to lure Sidi. Additionally, they differ in another way as Oberon used manipulation as means of torture, while Baroka utilized it for the seduction of Sidi. Nonetheless, both plays relate to manipulation as it is used for the advantages of the schemer, but is unrelated as by the method of how it is used. Finally, both plays are incomplete without another significance of love, and that is hatred, and roots in both plays from the fact that there were two men competing for the love of a female, and the opposing men share the hatred between each other. In A Midsummer Night s Dream, after the love potion was mistakenly applied to an additional male, the two men, Lysander and Demetrius both constantly bicker and fight for Helena: Where is Demetrius? Oh, how fit a word /Is that vile name to perish on my sword! (Lysander, 2.2.112 113) In The Lion and the Jewel, the village chief, Baroka, and the young schoolteacher, Lakunle, both share a similar struggle the war for Sidi s love and Lakunle frequently insult(s) the Bale. (Willis) The distinctions, however, lay on the end result and as to how the hatred was resolved. Firstly, in A Midsummer Night s Dream, the hatred was garnered ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Pitching Under Pressure Perfect Pitching Under Pressure There are two outs in the bottom of the ninth of the World Series; the team in the field is up by one and the best hitter is coming up the plate. The pitcher takes a deep breath and realizes what had to be done. Three strikes and the game was over, but that seemed an eternity away with the overwhelming pressure mounting. How could the pitchermove past the pressure and get the last out? The answer would more than likely surprise most people. It is common knowledge that the pitcher must physically be in the right positions to throw a strike, but it is quite the opposite for the mental side of pitching. The mental aspect plays a much larger factor than most people would presume and in reality, it is just as important... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is surprisingly common for a pitcher who is having problems outside the sport that would affect their mental health to see a decrease in their in sport performance. In her article on PsychologyToday.com, Laura Miele says in general Negative external or internal psychological factors can lead to mental blocks, causing breaks in focus and preparation, poor performance and, at times, injuries to the athlete. The most basic example of this would be some non sport related activity or interaction that would distract the pitcher during play. As stated earlier in the essay, focus on throwing strikes is of paramount importance in order to be successful and any activity or interaction that would take that focus away would be a distraction that would affect performance. In addition, an overall feeling of depression would greatly affect a pitchers well being in and outside of the sport. As was also stated earlier, pitchers must have confidence in themselves and their ability and depression is in one faced a lowered self confidence. Depression and anxiety commonly go hand in hand and together or alone they can greatly influence sport performance. One example of a baseball player who faced depression and saw a drastic change in performance is Joey Votto, first basemen for the Cincinnati Reds. He said in an interview with Bleacher Report during the 2009 season The stuff I was dealing with off the field finally seeped its way into the game. After taking time off from the game and getting his personal life in order, he came back to win the NL MVP, the most valuable player award, the next year. It is very uncommon to think of the impact that psychological problems can have on finding success in pressure situations, but the evidence shows that the connection is clear and players and coaches should be more aware of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Movie The Innocence Of Muslims On September 11, 2012, there was an attack on the United States Embassy in Benghazi by Libyan rebels in which four American were killed. This includes United States Ambassador Chris Stevens, United States Diplomat Sean Smith, and two ex military members Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, who were both Navy SEALs and had served in Iraq and Afghanistan. To prevent future attacks on American Embassies and to prevent lives lost in those attacks, the United States government needs to create a way to transport information more efficiently and to provide more help in order to save American lives. Who is to blame for the Benghazi incident? In the beginning, the United States government blamed Nicoula Nicoula who the made the film The Innocence of Muslims. This film depicted the Prophet Mohammed as a ladies man, a flirt, and even a thug. Even though this film was highly offensive to the Muslim people. It was later revealed by the American government that this film was not the true cause of the Benghazi attack. The real cause was that the Libyan people were extremely upset that the government of the United States of America was trying to interfere with their government and pushing to create peace in Libya. The people of Libya were especially upset that foreign countries, especially the United States of America were remaining in Libya after they were asked to leave. Due to security issues, all other foreign countries except for the United States pulled out of Libya. The United States ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Tweetsie Case Study On the rainy Wednesday I learned that when there is bad weather the park has three options for running operations. Option #1 is that Tweetsie is run as normal and the show goes on as usual. Option #2 is running at half capacity, which means that only Main Street and the train will operate. All of the rides stop running and none of the shows take place during operating hours. Finally, Tweetsie has the option of just running train rides and closing all other aspects of the park. If this happens we let people in for free because all they would be able to do is ride the train. In the recent history of Tweetsie they ve only closed twice and run a half day once, so it s common to keep the park open despite nasty weather. I also learned not to get my hopes up that I wouldn t have to go into work if it s raining in the morning!... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This includes cleaning, stocking brochures, filing reports, and making sure that we open on time. I ve also been helping with large groups that enter the park via group sales. Groups have a different way of entering the park and paying so I ve been watching and learning that process over the past week. Also, I count unlimited food and drink armbands in order to make sure that each group has enough of what they ordered and get that completed before they arrive. My boss also showed me how to count out cash registers for final close and all of the reports you have to run in order to send a bag to audit. I m sure that next week she ll let me practice by counting out other bags and I m looking forward to learning another ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. The Importance Of The Fair Trade Movement The movement I chose to research was the Fair Trade Movement. The main goal of the Fair Trade Movement is to provide support to allow workers and farmers in local communities to not get overshadowed or taken advantage of by large corporations and be provided with sustainable and reasonable working conditions. Fairtrade is important as it is used to help improve the lives and communities of producers that are small scale. Furthermore, Fairtrade is more than just trading goods It highlights the need for change in the rules and practice of conventional trade and shows how a successful business can also put people first. It is a tangible contribution to the fight against poverty, climate change and economic crisis (World Fair TradeOrganization). The key values of the Fairtrade movement include five values that the Fair Trade Movement are committed to which are: People First, Excellence, Integrity, Respect, and Passion (Fair Trade Canada). In terms of people, the Fairtrade movement focuses their goal around promoting and improving the wellbeing of people such as farmers, workers and other members of small scale, or local businesses. Secondly, for integrity they try to be as honest, ethical and transparent as possible as they are accountable to their stakeholders (Fair Trade Canada). Third, respect is a key value to the Fairtrade movement as they want to collaborate and work with diverse groups who share similar values as the movement. Finally, passion is their last key value ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Mind and Soul In the reading by Richard Swinburne, he evaluates the mortality of the soul and its interaction with the human body. His position is best described as attributing the soul to a light bulb, and the brain to a functioning socket: If the socket (brain) is damaged or the current turned off, the light (soul) will not shine. So, too, the soul will function if it is plugged into a functioning brain. Destroy the brain [...] and the soul will cease to function, remaining inert. Given his position, Swinburne s idea on the role of the mind and the soul, as well as the mortality of the soul are what I will be exploring. For Swinburne, the soul is essentially what our mind is. It is the part of us that analyzes information, thinks on it, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Now there is the mortality of the soul, given that Swinburne s definition of the soul is similar to my definition of the mind I will focus on that. I believe the human mind passes form body to soul upon death. But what happens after that I do not know. I feel that our minds on this new plane of existence cannot be understood as they are on this plane. Therefore I cannot comment on the possibility that they are mortal or immortal. There might be some inherent change in how our minds work once this transition takes place that may alter its functionality so much that it is nothing like it used to be, and thereby the original mind may be considered deceased. Or it may be that we go on transitioning from state to state forever.Relating the mind to Swinburne s views, he discusses the soul in terms of the laws of nature. In my opinion, I do not believe the above mentioned relationship follows the rules of nature as we understand them. We cannot say with certainty what the rules of nature are when discussing the soul, simply because the concept of it is such a complex one. Our minds are such complex things that we do not fully understand. Overall I tend to disagree with Swinburne on his ideas of the mortality of the soul and the relationship of the soul and body. In my belief, that we cannot definitively say the mind is mortal or immortal because it exists differently than the rest of our body. We can examine our hand, cut ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Research Paper On Giant Panda The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca) lives in the bamboo forests of southwestern China. This type of panda is endangered and to this day there are only around a thousand pandas left (http//:panda.org, 1). Adult giant pandas have a length of 160 to 180 centimeters (5/14 to 6 feet). The weight of an adult male giant panda is normally between 80 and 125 kilograms (176 and 276 pounds) with males typically weighing about 10% to 20% more than females about the same size as the American black bear. However, unlike the black bear, giant pandas do not hibernate and cannot walk on their hind legs (Etling 1). Giant pandas have a massive head, heavy body, short tail (approximately 5 inches) rounded ears and plantigrade ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Without the ability to move to new areas which have not been affected, starvation and death will certainly occur for the giant panda (Etling 6). Although the giant panda has the digestive system of a carnivore, however, over time the giant panda adapted to a vegetarian diet such as bamboo (http://panda.org, 1). the panda is often thought to eat only
  • 13. bamboo; there are other foods that a panda will eat. While bamboo stalks and roots make up 95% of its diet, the giant panda also feeds on gentians, irises, crocuses, fish, pikas, vines, mushrooms, rice grass and occasionally small rodents. The giant panda will eat meat although rarely. The giant panda must eat 20 to 40 pounds of food each day to survive, and spends 10 to 16 hours a day feeding (Etling 6). At one point in time, giant pandas flourished in eastern China and several neighboring countries. The giant panda is believed to have made its first appearance during the late Pilocene or early Pleistocene, perhaps no more than two to three million years ago. Panda fossils have been found in present day Burma, Vietnam, and particularly early in eastern China, as far north as Bejing (Etling 2). Today pandas are mostly in dense bamboo and mountains of central/eastern China. Pandas occupy 6 small forest fragments in small isolated areas of the central and eastern portions of the Sichuan Province, in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Thrasymachus Vs Plato Friedrich Nietzsche and Thrasymachus both depict their account of justice and morality. On the Genealogy of morals and The Republic of Plato share similarities but express different views on the genesis of justice and morality. The first account on the genesis of justice and morality, Thrasymachus expresses that justice and moralityare naturally beneficial to the ruling class. In a similar manner, Nietzsche states that the genesis of justice and morality is created by the people in power, and the weaker are forced to accept it. The second account on the genesis of justice and morality, Friedriche Nietzsche states that the laws were created to govern society. On the other hand, Thrasymachus states that justice is the act of conforming to the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the same manner, Nietzsche states that the citizens are forced accept the rules put forward and are forced to accept them. The first account of justice expressed in The Republic of Plato states that justice is nothing other than the advantage of the stronger. (Republic I, 338b). The stronger being the ruling class who set forward the rules and laws that govern behavior. The first account set forward by Thrasymachus supports the view that the views of true morality are devised as a reflection of particular political communities. Thrasymachus believes that the definitions of good morality and bad morality set forward by the ruling class are not necessarily correct. In addition, Thrasymachus argues that this is disadvantageous to everyone else and only beneficial to those in power, each ruling group sets down laws for its own advantage (Republic I, 338d). The argument states that by acting morally benefits those in power, and acting immorally negatively affects people in power and benefits the oneself. In a similar manner, Nietzsche states that the genesis of justice and morality is created by the people in power, and the weaker are forced to accept it. The people in power refer to the ruling class and the weaker refer to the slave classes. On the Genealogy of Morals states that the ruling class defines good morality by their actions oppose to referring to a true definition of morality, The judgement good does not derive from those whom goodness is shown! Rather, the good themselves that is, the noble, the powerful, the superior, and the high minded were the ones who felt themselves and their actions to be good... (Genealogy, p.12). The genealogy of morals views good morality with characteristics of the ruling class and bad morality refers to people who are concerned with what is useful, and those who are petty or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Examples Of Tension In 12 Angry Men The small setting of the room, few props and the heat, along with camera levels, builds tension and releases it throughout 12 Angry Men. Towards the beginning tension is put in to play as the setting of film is in a small, un airconditioned room on a hot summer day. Throughout the film the jurors comment on the weather which effects certain juror s moods. Juror number 7 says This is the hottest day of the year. You d think they d at least air condition the place. The heat irritates and agitates most of the jurors, resulting in clashes of moods, further adding to the tension. Throughout the film the camera level goes from above eye level to eye level, increasing the tension by showcasing more reactions and emotions during intense scenes. The mise en scГЁne when we first see the jury room creates a perfect setting for tension to build. In the room, we see very few props, which helps make the room seem small. The room has a table with 12 chairs, ashtrays on the table, a fan on the wall, 2 overhead key lights, a few books, papers and another small table. The jurors also can t leave until they either all decide to send an 18 year old to the electric chair, or free. The men are all wearing jackets, even though the weather is hot and the heat makes them sweaty and agitated. Many of the men are smoking, which might show they are agitated or anxious. Early on in this room, tension starts to rise as juror number eight is the only one who votes not guilty. This all happens in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Social Norms In A Doll House When we think of the word dollhouse we think of synonyms like innocence and playful. In Melanie Martinez s music video she captures the opposite; in Dollhouse Martinez s demonstrates the corruption social norms and gender roles can have on a family. Martinez shows us that anyone can be affected by it, we just have to spot the signs before it gets out of hand. The first thing you notice in the music video is a dollhouse. The dollhouse is a two story furnished home with rooms to accommodate all the family members which consist of a father, mother, son and daughter. Already we can tell that the family belongs in a high social class because of the look of the house but to reassure the audience the director introduces the family wearing high class attire. The father wears a tailored black suit with glasses and a tie, the mother is in a light pink suit with heels and a red derby hat on, the son wears a button down white dress shirt with suspenders and black slacks while the girl wears a baby pink dress and a bow. Not only does the choice of clothing reveal the social status of the family it reveals the genderroles each member plays. The women are expected to wear the pink attire while the men are expected to wear the business work attire. It is a social norm for them, which can also tie into the family role each... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a typical family social norm the father is a working man who is gone the majority of the video because he is at work, the mother is at home cleaning the kitchen and making food while the two children complete their daily tasks in life which is studying for the boy and playing with the dolls for the girl. This is a regular occurrence for them since the characters are not fazed by the work each person is doing but what is concerning is the hidden actions each person does that the others do not see. From this we can concluded the hidden deviance each family member ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Global Financial Crisis By The Wall Street Crisis The purpose of this report is to study Global Financial Crisis 2008.This study is inspired by the Wall street crisis and it covers why s and after effects of the crisis. After this crisis many of the roots causes were observed like speculation, fragility of the system, greed of the managers which adversely affected the market. The global financial crisisof 2008 is a major ongoing financial crisis, the worst of its kind since the Great Depression (The Great Depression originated in the United States occurred on October 29, 1929, known as Black Tuesday.). It became prominently visible in September, 2008 with the failure of several large United States based financial firms. The underlying causes leading to the crisis had been reported in... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As demand for the CDOs started growing across the global investment community, the investment bankers (like Lehman) who were meant to sell these instruments also started investing a significant portion of their own capital in these. As Wall Street firms like Lehman were churning more and more home loans into CDOs and selling them or investing their own money, there was a pressure on the banks to issue more loans so that they can be sold to the Wall Street firms in return for a commission. Slowly banks started lowering the credit quality for availing a home loan and aggressively used agents to source new loans. This slippery slope went to such an extent that in 2005, almost anyone in the U.S could buy a home worth $100,000 (45 lakhs INR) or more without income proof, without other assets, without credit history, sometimes even without a proper job. The U.S. housing market went into a classic speculative bubble. Home loans were easy to get, so more and more people were buying houses. The increased demand for houses caused the price to increase. The rising prices created even more demand, as people started to look at homes as investments investments that never went down in value. In late 2006, Mortgage lenders noticed that people would choose a house, sign all the mortgage papers, and then default on their very first payment. Although no one could really hear it, that was probably the moment when one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Performing Global Geographies Reading Response Performing Global Geographies: Reading response Through an analysis of the narratives of round the world travelers, the authors explore how travelers weave together time, space, place and pace in a global journey around the world. Using examples from the article explain how the itinerary plays a role in helping the travelers negotiate the tension between time, space, and pace while at the same time reflecting certain cultural and social assumptions about place. The itinerary gives structure to the assumptions, anxieties and desires that travellers bring to a round the world trip. Through the itinerary, travellers co ordinate the destinations they want to visit alongside dozens of contingencies that factor into a round the world trip purchasing tickets, applying for visas, allocating budgets, scheduling vaccinations, deciding what to pack and so on. Itineraries emerge out of travellers negotiation of an assumed tension between space and time in their performance of a global journey. In particular, these travellers worry about allocating their limited time to enough destinations and to the right kinds of destinations to qualify as a round the world trip. The itinerary helps ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By doing that, they can result their travel as a round the world travel. People would like to spend more time in some places and do not like to waste time in the places where they are not interested in. For the round the world traveler, they would like to distribute their time reasonably because they would like to go whole world and try not to miss some important places. Besides that, travellers think they consume the world by consuming the time. It means travelers think they experienced the place by spending time in there. Thus, travelers decide timing of places or time depends on the uniqueness of the place. In this point, travelers are balancing the tension of time and place by having the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Personality Development By Mary D. Salter Ainsworth And... Main Idea Attachment, as defined by Infants, Children, and Adolescents is the strong emotional connection that develops between an infant and caregiver, which provides the infant with a sense of joy, comfort, and emotional security (Berk, 2012, p. 264). Between 6 to 12 months of age, infants typically have developed said strong emotional connection to familiar people who have responded to their need for comfort, care, and other needs. While many individuals might suggest that a baby s emotional connection to the mother serves as the basis upon which all future relationships are built, how this strong emotional connection develops has been a source of debate for decades. Theories that attempt to explain the emotional bond between an... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ethology, an approach that has become widely accepted in recent years, is focused upon the adaptive, or survival, value of behavior and its evolutionary history (Berk, 2012, p. 264). According to Infants, Children, and Adolescents, the ethological theory provides that babies are biologically prepared to contribute actively to establish a bond with their caregivers, which promotes the chances for their individual genes to survive. Since ethologists believe that behavior can be best understood in terms of one s adaptive value, a full understanding of the entire organism environment system, including physical, social, and cultural aspects is sought (Berk, 2012, p. 264). John Bowlby, who first applied this approach to the infant caregiver bond, maintained that the quality of future relationships is directly related to the quality of an infant s attachment to the caregiver (Berk, 2012, p. 265). Evaluation of Evidence Inspired by Konrad Lorenz s (1952) study of imprinting in baby geese, Bowlby believed that an infant, just like the young of most animal species, is born with built in behaviors that ensure that a parent stays close by, which improves the odds that the infant will remain safe from danger. Through these built in behaviors, a strong emotional connection develops. According to Lorenz, this strong emotional connection serves as a reference for future relationships. Granted, Bowlby s ethological theory of attachment appears to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Essay On The Persuader Imagine being stuck in a house, that felt more like a prison. Working for a dangerous man, where making one wrong move will get you killed. This quarter, I have been reading The Persuader by Lee Child. The main character, Jack Reacher, is an ex military cop, now a wandering lone wolf searching for justice. Two DEA agents approach him with a situation: they had an agent on a case who is now missing, but they can t open a case with the FBI because of legal issues. They know that Reacher is adroit in combat and undercover operations, and he accepts their request. Jack Reachernot only wants to help them but wants to find out why an old enemy that should be dead, may be involved with the case. While reading Lee Childs The Persuader, I have been... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Evaluating this style made me realize that his unique writing style made Reacher seem even more like a real person. Right off the bat, I observed short, quick sentences showing Jack s thoughts. Since he used to be in the military, he absorbs every little detail around him, predicting all of the possible outcomes. An example can be shown in this quote: Duke went back to his car. It bounced off the shoulder and straightened up. I followed him through the two miles. We killed our lights a hundred yards short of the driveway and made the turn. Took it slow. There was some moonlight. His fast and almost incomplete thoughts make him seem ready to react at any moment. While making Reacher s character consistent, Lee Child also demonstrates thorough knowledge about military technology topics. At one point in the book, Reacher uses an old school code to communicate a secret message to someone. Also, with each weapon that comes up in the book, Jack Reacher seems to have a deep understanding of all of them. This adds to making him seem even more like a real character because of his military background, so he would obviously have to know a lot about guns and other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. ALS And CTE Research The number of athletes being diagnosed with neurodegenerative diseases is increasing over time. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) are both known for targeting athletes at a much younger age than the average person. ALS and CTE are similar due to the fact that they are a progressive degenerative disease. Both diseases are linked with head trauma and the loss of movement within the human body. ALS is also known as Lou Gehrigs disease; he brought national attention to the disease when he was diagnosed in 1939. Adrian Robinson Jr. was a former NFL player that was diagnosed with CTE after his death. Recent research shows that contact sports might play a big role in why athletes are getting diagnosed... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Athletes take a test at the beginning of their sport season. This test is called the baseline test. The results of the baseline test at used to determine whether or the an athlete has a concussion. The test measures an athlete s reaction time, memory capacity, the speed of mental processing, and functioning of the brain. If an athlete suspect s that they have a concussion they retake the baseline test. The reason why athletes retake the baseline test, is to compare the two test results. If the physician notices a change in the results, he/she will conclude that the athlete is suffering from a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Dialectical Tension Examples In Relationships that we deal with everyday there are dialectical tensions and issues that arise. These tensions can greatly effect a relationship whether it be with a romantic partner, friend or family. In this paper, I will define, discuss and give examples of three dialectical Tensions; describe how they have impacted relationships in my life and how I ve managed these tensions with managementstrategies. The three Tension I will discuss are autonomy vs. connectedness , novelty vs. predictability , and openness vs. closedness . The four managing strategies for these dialectical tensions are: selection, separation, neutralization, and reframing. The personal relationship in which I will use personal examples in this paper will be my best friend and I and the tensions that we... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A way in which this is easily recognizable which way your relationship is between autonomy and connectedness, Is whether the other person is saying I or is saying we . This tension happens often in romantic relationships when one person wants to be with the other all the time, while the other feels suffocated and has a need for individuality. Thus, too much integration comes with the loss of autonomy and individuality, whereas extreme separation limits connection and can threaten the relationship. (Sahlstein, E., Dun, T. 2008, p.37). Therefore either Autonomy or connectedness in a relationship, too much of one or the either can issues emerge. A personal example of an experience that I ve had is with my best friend and I. When we were in high school we both graduated early in December, I went to a community college to get some credits before transferring to a four year college, whereas he just took a break from everything. Every day when I got off of school we would hang out and do stuff. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Australian Emissions Trading Scheme Abstract The Australian emissions trading scheme (ETS) has been the hope of climate policy makers and environmental scientists alike to reduce the national carbon footprint. Replacing the implemented carbon tax law, the Australian ETS is a political issue due to the economic and social problems it entails. With the carbon tax being repealed recently by the current government, the comparison to the unpopular European Union ETS further emphasizes on its setbacks that it poses (Wood, 2010; Adams, 2014; Watkins, 2014). Hence a move to the ETS will be unlikely in the future. Introduction: The Australian Carbon Footprint Australia has the highest greenhouse emissions per capita as of 2009 (Figure 1). This is attributed to its heavy reliance on ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Figure 1: Comparison of greenhouse gas emissions per capita (UNSD, 2009; USDE, 2009) The Carbon Tax Law and Emissions TradingScheme Up to 2013, successive Australian governments have lobbied for an emissions trading scheme (ETS) to curb national emissions. One such legislative measure is the carbon tax law passed in Parliament in July 2012 through Acts such as the Clean Energy Act. Using a fixed taxation price of $A23 per tonne which will increase by 2.5% per annum, the carbon tax law applies to the company operations and facilities of Australia s top 500 polluters which exceed the annual direct emissions limit (Foran, 2011; Guglyuvatyy, 2012). These high polluting industries range from electrical power plants to the mining sector. The carbon tax law will subsequently transit into a cap and trade ETS managed by the Climate Change Authority in 2015. Also known as the Carbon Pricing Mechanism, this statutory institution will supervise carbon prices on an auction market, making the prices of greenhouse gases flexible (Guglyuvatyy, 2012; Adams, 2014). The aim of the ETS is to create economic incentives to entice industries to take environmentally friendly measures without negatively affecting the national job market and economic growth (AuGov, 2012; Adams, 2014). At that point, the Australian government also projected future aims of linking the national ETS with that of the European Union (AuGov, 2012; Watkins, 2014). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Advantages And Disadvantages Of RS-422 RS 422: RS 422 ,also known as TIA/EIA 422 is a technical standard originated by Electronic Industries Alliance that specifies electrical characteristics of a digital signaling circuit.It is the physical interface used for uni directional or bi directional communication of OBC of PNSS 1 with different units i e DHU(data handling unit),MGT,earth sensor,sun sensor,magnetorquer,magnetometer and with reaction wheels.It is serial communication standard which provides asynchronous communication capabilities such as hardware flow control,software flow control and parity check. One of the key advantage of using RS 422 standard is that each signal line consist of two wires that are twisted together to reduce noise that results in high data rates.The... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... IP of AMBA is implemented on FPGA that supports plug and play method for available IP cores from Gaisler Research IP Library (GRLIB).Among five different interfaces within AMBA specification,AHB(Advanced High performance Bus) architechture has some additional features i e single clock edge protocol,split transactions,several bus masters,pipelined operation,large bus width(64/128 bit) etc. Typical AMBA AHB system design consist of the following components: AHB master: AHB master is able to start read and write operation by providing address and control information.Only one bus master can use it at a time. AHB slave: It basically responds to the read and write operation within specific range.Signals are transmitted back to the master which indicates the success or failure of the data transfer. AHB arbiter: This basically ensures that only one bus master can initiate data transfer.Any arbitration algorithm such as highest priority or fair access can be implemented according to application requirement. AHB ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Qualitative Research in Nursing Qualitative Research Introduction Some of the integral components of nursing practice are commitment and patience, understanding and trust, flexibility and openness. These, according to qualitative researchers, can be applied to qualitative approaches. Many qualitative studies have in the recent past found their way into medical and nursing press. This has helped in improving knowledge base on qualitative nursing researches (Brookes, 2007). This term paper seeks to establish ways in which findings of qualitative nursing research study influence the way care is provided in different work settings. The paper also undertakes to highlight the reasons behind researchers resolve to conduct qualitative rather than quantitative nursing research study. Ways in which the findings of a qualitative nursing research study can be used to influence the way care is provided in a given work setting Qualitative nursing research findings are very important in decision making process in a working set up and at the national level. Qualitative researches ability to analyze information conveyed through language and behavior in natural setting makes it ideal for capturing expressive information pertaining to beliefs, values, feelings and motivation. In the process one finds himself in a position to learn directly from the patients about what they consider important. This is very crucial in identifying variables that are important for future clinical studies (Berkwits Inui, 1998). An ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. 1 John Gnosticism 7. The author of 1 John was concerned about the conditions within the group, which related to false teachings of some Christians. Specifically, the physical humanity of Jesus, his Incarnation in the flesh , and the necessity of showing love for fellow believers (Harris, 2014, p.437). The book of 1 John may have been a response to protoGnostics, secessionists who were predecessors of the Gnosticism that challenged other forms of Christianityfrom the second through the fifth centuries CE (Harris, 2014, p.437). Specifically, Gnosticism concentrated on a two fold view of the cosmos, which represented the belief that only the spirit was pure and good and that the physical world, the creation of a subordinate god, was permanently dishonest. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Bill Fontan An Internationally Reputable Composer And... Bill Fontana is an internationally reputable composer and pioneering American sound sculptor born April 25th 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. Since the mid to late 70 s Fontana has used sound as a sculptural medium, able to interact and transform our perceptions of visual and architectural spaces. Fontana is constantly engaged with the idea that at any moment there will be something musical to hear in the coherent soundpatterns around him. His sound sculptures use the human or natural environment surrounding as a living source of musical information, often creating multiple networks of live listening points that relay real time acoustics to a common listening place or sculptural site. All of Fontana s works produced over the years experiment with process of listening, recording, relocating and representing found sound patterns. Through discussion of his works and the process undertaken in his listening for different found sound, the technologies used in recording and relaying of these sounds to site, and the sites themselves through his works can be seen to complicate the idea of medium within his practice. Links from Fontana s background can be seen to have influence upon the development of his practice. Fontana started his musical career in the 60 s as a composition student, attending the New School for Social Research in New York, studying both music and philosophy. It was here that Fontana became a student of John Cage s Experimental Composition course at the school. By ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Reginald Rose s Justice System In Twelve Angry Men Reginald Rose shows how flawed the justice system could really be. He portrays this concept in this story by having 12 jurors try to figure out if a nineteen year old boy that grew up in the slums is guilty or not. The jurors automatically assumed that he is guilty only because of the fact that he was always getting into trouble when he was younger. Even after they heard all the unclear evidence that was given, 11 out of the 12 said that he was still guilty. If it wasn t for the 1 juror that spoke up about how the evidence wasn t clear, the boy would ve been declared guilty. There has been many cases up to this date that show this type of prejudice. Many people have been mistreated because of their background. Just because ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Wang Luck The Good Earth Throughout history, and even today in some cases, certain groups of people have been referred to as inferior to others. One common example is the belief that men are superior to women and should be in charge of them. This specific idea is more prevalent in earlier times of our history especially in 19th century China, the setting of The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck, a feminist, activist, and author that spent much of her childhood living in China. Interestingly, Buck s The Good Earth follows the main character, Wang Lung, a poor and humble farmer, and his newly bought wife, Olan in a third person limited perspective. It is probable that the author chose this point of view in order to better characterize and explain her characters and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Global Warming Blown Out of Proportion Essay Global Warming Blown Out of Proportion The United States by no means should consider complying with the Kyoto Protocols. My conviction in the negation towards passing this bill is that the whole Global Warming idea is highly blown out of proportion by politicians and the mass media. Global warming, as it may exist in the most gentle form, is the result of natural changes and could yield positive benefits. It is a predictable, quantifiable process. Thus the Kyoto plan is flawed in many ways. The actually origin of such ideas of global warming come to us from computer generated predictions by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicted in 1990 that there would be a 5 degree Celsius ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He wrote, There is no consensus, unanimous or otherwise, about long term climate trends and what causes them, in the Wall Street Journal. The fact that Global Warming, if it is a problem, is such a little problem that such high attention for the Kyoto Protocol leads to it being laced with alternative power hungry plans. The seriousness of the hidden agenda of environmentalists must be considered in the prevention of the Kyoto intervening in our sovereignty. The Protocol it seems is not about global warming at all. It s about advancing a political scheme of global government and punishing the US for its economic success. If we sign the Protocol the Kyoto inspectors, will be crawling all over America inspecting our emission levels in our factories and homes in violation of our Constitution. So the US should stay out of entangling alliances and should not endorse such Protocols that deteriorate our justifiable right of sovereignty. Global Warming is Hot Air Jon PerdueNo. 111, 15 21 March 1999 ============================================================= Source: James K. Glassman, Forget Kyoto, from the American Enterprise Institute, January 2001. Reason magazine had seven pages of its November 1997 issue with solutions to global warming at little cost Since CO2 stimulates plant growth and lessens the need for water, we could also expect ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Pricing The Bond Option Of Vasicek And Cir Models Pricing the Bond option in Vasicek and CIR models Name: Huajun Liu Professor: Marco Pereira Course: Math 624 Date: 2016/12/18 1.Abstract This report is aimed to describe how we will use Python to build an application to price risky bond and the European options of the bond in stochastic hazard rate and interest rate models. We are going to simulate the path of interest rate using CIR model and simulate the path of hazard rate using Vasicek model. Then we will get the survival function from simulated hazard rate and get the bond price from it. Lastly we will price the European options of the risky bond based on the simulated bond price by using both closed form formula (Jamshidian, F. (1989)) and Monte Carlo simulation. 2.Introduction Today, an increasing number of risky bond options have been introduced to customers, but only a few customers can understand how to price a risky bond option. The credit derivative is a new type of financial derivative which is based on the credit condition of the loan developed in the 1990s, and its function is to separate the credit risk from other risks of the primary assets and transfer it to the counterparty. Also, credit derivatives can make credit risk appear in a more fluid and tradable form, which has a great application in improving the portfolio of returns and presenting a highly structured risk portfolio. Meanwhile, credit derivatives can be used in the investment market Avoid risks, and thus mobilize the credit market activity. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The Tile Of The Book The tile of the book is The Five People You Meet in Heaven . The author of the book is Mitch Albon and it was published in 2003 by Hyperion Books.There are 194 pages total in the book. The book begins with the last day of Eddie s life. It s his birthday and he is turning eighty three years old. He works at an amusement park called RubyPier as the maintenance guy, basically just making sure the rides were safe.. Even though he doesn t like working at Ruby Pier, deep down he loved to see the little kids laughing and smiling and having fun on the rides. But on that day a car key goes missing, found it way into the machinery damaging a ride called Freddie s Free Fall . The patrons were screaming and yelling as they dangled in the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His second stop is where he meets his commanding officer of his world war II platoon. Eddie remembers being held captive along with his captain and four others. He also was the one responsible for coming up with a plan for them to escape. After they did that the captain told them to burn the place they were held captive but eddie ran back because he thought he saw a young girl, but a bullet was shot and hit him right in the knee. He learned the importance of sacrifice from the captain who then says that that it was him who shot eddie. He says that he had to sacrifice his knee in order to save his life. The captain then reveals that he died because he stepped on a landmine getting Eddie to safety, meaning he also made sacrifice.One his way out he advises Eddie to let go of his anger. The third stop is where he sees a vision of his father. He had flashbacks of the abuse he suffered from the hands of his father when he was drunk.then he meets Ruby who s husband is the founder of Ruby Pier which was named after her. She offers him a new way to look at his father s death. Eddie believed that his father died because he made a decision while drunk to jump into the freezing water and caught pneumonia, but really he was trying to save his friend mickey s life. Mickey tried to kill himself after Eddie s father caught him assaulting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Bush Administration s Relation With Iraq Prior to... The Bush Administration s Relation With Iraq Prior to Iraq s Invasion of Kuwait Prior to the August 2, 1990 invasion of Kuwait on the part of Iraq, the United States had questionable relations with Iraq dictator, Saddam Hussein, to say the least. In retrospect, which is inherently advantageous as a 20/20 perspective, questions remain unanswered as to whether or not the United States was too appeasing to Saddam Hussein in the years, months, and days leading up to that early August morning. There remains to this day lingering questions as to the role that the US Ambassador to Iraq, April Glaspie, played in conveying the Administration s message to the Iraqi leader. In addition, questions surrounding the Administrators official ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Summoned before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to clarify her role in the Administration s relations with Iraq prior to August 2, 1990, Ambassador Glaspie offered her version of the events that led to the invasion. She recalled that Iraq had first and foremost just finished a long, drawn out war with its neighbor and nemesis, Iran. Hussein, she recalled, had made repeated threats against the state of Israel in the first half of 1990, but abruptly switched his focus from Israel to that of Kuwait and another neighbor to the south, the United Arab Emirates. He announced in that speech, in the crudest and most unmistakable way, that if Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates did not revise their oil policy and produce according to their OPEC quotas, Iraq would take upon itself effective measures to make sure they did. 1 Later, under examination by members of the Senate Committee, Glaspie further detailed Iraq s basic conflict with Kuwait and the UAE as ...it was Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates whom he [Saddam] accused of overproducing their OPEC quotas which of course put prices down and he needed the prices up because he was deeply in debt. 2 That debt, of course, had been ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Importance Of White People In The World When reading chapter 1 the thing I found most interesting was the abundance of people who argue that Egyptians were white. I m more confused than I am surprised. This is typical of white people. Whenever the people of a region are savage,violent, and impoverished there is no doubt that they are black or brown. With that being said, when a civilization located in a predominantly black part of the world has brought forth advancements in geometry, architecture, art and science all of sudden...we re not sure? I may be overthinking this but it appears to me that even the most highly educated people in the world on the subject matter of history still can not come to terms with the fact that black peoplethat lived thousands of years ago accomplished ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Case Study Kraft Foods Kraft Foods Case Study Student s Name Institutional Affiliation Date of Submission 1.0.Introduction Kraft Foods Inc. is a company that manufactures and markets food products such as snacks, beverages, packed grocery products and convenient meals. The company can be found in more than 155 countries around the globe (Pankey, 2004). Normally, it has been ranked second after Nestle. It has 11 brands which earn the company nearly $1 billion worldwide. Examples of those brands are Cadbury and Nabisco (Pai Subramanian, 2014). By December 2010, the company had operations in more than 75 countries with nearly 233 manufacturing and processing facilities (Pankey, 2004). Currently, it is an independent public company listed in the New York Stock exchange. This paper is aimed at analyzing the competitive position of Kraft Foods Inc and its attractiveness together with possible recommendations for future action. 2.0.Kraft Food Inc s Corporate Strategy Kraft Food Inc has demonstrated so much that it exhibits a global strategy as it operates in more than 80 companies with 223 manufacturing and processing facilities and 228 distribution ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... First there is need to recognize that Kraft Foods Inc has a clear strategy that build globally and has put them in a good competitive position since 2007. The company s divestitures and acquisitions have also boosted its market share and profit earning (McDaniel, 2006). The ranking of the company at second position contributes to a long term attractiveness to the shareholders. Another strong factor that improves its long term attractiveness is the strong competitive nature of all industries that participate in Kraft (McDaniel, 2006). This means that the companies require a strong distribution and marketing strategy so as to attract consumers demand and ensure products are available in the supermarkets (McDaniel, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Communication and Crisis Paper Communication and Crisis Paper University of Phoenix HCS/320 Lorena Mesina June 27, 2013 Dawn Sienkiewicz Communication and crisis paper: When working in a hospital, setting whether it s an emergency room, or management office, there s going to be a time when you are going to experience some kind of face to face crisis, according to (Coombs, 1999) simply stated no organization is immune to crisis. A crisis can raise inside or outside the organization and according to Reynolds (2006) the moment it occurs, lives may be at risk and the reputation of the organization are at risk. When this happens it involves communication or miscommunication. For example it could be a rumor within the building which is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In fact Penrose (2000) found that while large companies with ample financial resources may have a chance of survival following a crisis without a crisis plan, 80 percent of smaller lesser known companies without a comprehensive crisis plan vanish within two years of suffering a major disaster. My approach is to develop the best crisis approach through communication. Crisis communication usually has a variety of goals some of which conflict but the most important and universal it to reduce, and contain harm. My next step is calling all organization so they can identify the hazard they face, my first phone call would be the (MDCH) Michigan health community department, and then hopefully they will contact the (American Biological Safety Association). When a crisis began to brew as a communicator and a leader I wonder when to ask for help from the outside for instance public relations agency which might be beneficial to keep the problem from completely overwhelming the organization. This is why I have developed relationship with an agency in case I need them in emergency like this. Potential advantages and challenges associated with communicating within the organization and with the public and private sectors during this crisis situation. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Filmore Furniture Case Filmore Furniture Case By: Hamaza Azam, Kavan Grewal, Deep Dave, Carl Ribeiro and Austin Mathews Key Events: Fred Filmore opened Filmore Furniture in 1970, a company that manufactures small colonial furniture. After 13 years, he retired and sold his business to his son Phil Filmore who was an aggressive manager, strategist and modernized in introducing new product designs and new marketing skills. Phil owns 63% of the business, shareholders own another 31%, and some employees account for the other 6%. His marketing strategies and skills with his engineer Jean Lechaise brought business and increased sales income to 5,100,000 in 1993. His annual salary amounted to 80,000 and he earned another $20,000 on dividends from shares. He died in a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These suppliers have slightly more bargaining power because of the differentiation between their work. However the need for these suppliers can be eliminated if furniture manufacturers produce every piece of their products themselves. A furniture manufacturer will only outsource production of parts if it proves to be cost effective for their company. Since the price of materials is consistent market and the outsourcing of production is unnecessary, suppliers have low bargaining power in the furniture manufacturing industry. Power of Substitutes VERY LOW As previously stated the buyers in the furniture manufacturing industry are furniture retailers. Therefore they will require furniture to continue business. There are no substitutes that provide the same use as furniture. In relation to the furniture industry as a whole, there are still very little substitutes to furniture aside from a higher use of closet space or unorthodox measures by consumers. An example of this would be one s choice to live without furniture, which in most cases is very unlikely. Furniture has become a household necessity and consumers have little or no desire to change their lifestyles by eliminating that need. Therefore the threat of substitutes to the furniture manufacturing industry is very low to the point where it is almost non existent. Threat of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. The Tell-Tale Heart Compare Contrast Essay Throughout both The Tell Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado the reader is able to pick up similarities as well as differences between the narrators in both stories. In both The Tell Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado the main characters each want to kill another human being for petty reasons. Taking someone s life is never justifiable unless having done so was self defense. However neither Montresor, the main character of The Cask of Amontillado , nor the unnamed narrator of The Tell Tale Heartwere killing for this reason. Both of them had very vague and petty reasons for murdering someone. In The Tell Tale Heart the reason why the narrator wants to kill the old man is simply because his eye bothers him. I think it was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The main characters in The Tell Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado feel differently after the deed has been done. The narrator in The Tell Tale Heart at first feels like there is nothing wrong with what he is. He thinks that he s brilliant in the way of sneaking into this old man s house night after night. He is even smiling as he kills the man, feeling completely happy as he kills him. It is not until he begins to hear the old man s heart beating. The heart reveals his conscience, and after hearing it, it is the only time he is presented as having some sort of moral code, (___short stories__). Montresor, on the other hand, enjoys every bit of what he did to Fortunato. As Fortunato screams and yanks against the chains, Montresor sits down for a minute or two to delight in his pain. His words hint that for a moment, and one moment only, he feels a slight stab of guilt. He describes his heart as growing sick once Fortunato has silenced, but this he blames on being in the damp catacombs. His attiude though as he tells the story suggests that he not only feels no guilt in what he has done, but that he had the right to do ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. How To Create A Mash-Up In The Wizard Of Oz And The... We ve created a mash up of The Wizard of Oz and The Princess Bride. The Wicked Witch of the West, played by Lindy Arsenault, wakes up from a nap to discover that Dorothy, played by Gabrielle Hopping Merlino, has stolen her ruby slippers. The film follows the Witch in her attempt to track down the shoes. Dorothy leads her on a wild goose chase around campus until she eventually finds Dorothy who challenges the Witch to a battle of the wits. Our goal was to create a comedic homage to two of our favorite movies. We were limited in terms of location due to a snowstorm that decided to roll in the weekend we had planned for filming. We then picked locations around campus that had minimal background noise. Because of the location and our film budget, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Race Of Work The Race To Work Today Michael woke up twenty minutes late he looked at his clock, Michael swore under his breath, he was in such big rush to get to work that he forgot to change his clothes. Micheal loves to race in his Nissan GTR he works at a car collision shop he hates working there but Michael continues to work there so he can work on his own car. Michael ran out of the house and missed a step and fell on his arm. Despite the pain, he got up and ran to start his car. Backing out of the driveway Michael couldn t see anything down the street he opened his window to see what it was. It was thick fog. Michael started speeding because he didn t want his supervisor to be mad. Michael was yelling at himself because he woke ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Do you have a phone? Michael asked Yeah I do let me go get it from my tent Michael was waiting he was thinking if he ll survive he was thinking about his past in future scared he won t make it. Hey I got my phone Michael didn t respond the homeless man yelled, Hey I bring my phone! Ah sorry I didn t hear you It s alright Michael called his supervisor Hello Michael you re late! I m in a car crash I won t make it What! Oh my god are you okay? No, I need ambulance quick Okay, I m calling one right now where are you? I don t know I m somewhere near a dead end with trees, I m lost in the woods . You have to give me more detail they won t be able to find you Talk to the person helping me. He probably knows Michael handed the phone over to the homeless man. Hello Yeah can you tell me the location you re at asap Um I m not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Becoming A Surgeon Research Paper However good things often, if not always, come with a price (no pun intended). A surgeon s work hours is almost never consistent; he/she may have to work only 2 hours one day but would need to work a 48 hour shift the next day. Surgeons also hold an on call job; so when they are required, all plans need to be cancelled for them to be at their job. These long hours mean there isn t much time to spend with family. Surgeons tend to spend more time at work with their team than at home with their family. Leisure time for surgeons can be considered non existent in many cases. The process of becoming a surgeonis rigorous and stressful. It takes at least 12 years after Year 12 of studying and training to earn the title of a fully qualified surgeon.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Self evaluation: This career investigation has revealed to me that becoming a surgeon isn t all rainbows and daisies; it isn t what I watch on Grey s Anatomy. From what I ve gathered, surgeons enjoy most of their life within a clinic or hospital saving and helping patients. Wording it this way makes the job seem extremely boring. But I can t word it any other way; it is the truth. I have always been a people s person and it has always been a passion of mine to be able to help someone out. Taking the lifeguard course has fuelled my desire to give to the society. Wherever the location, I would try to help someone the best I can. I believe surgeons have one intention: to help a patient as best they can. Communication has never been an issue for me as I tend to listen intently and try to speak to someone in the clearest way possible. Problem solving and learning has always been a strength and something I have grown up enjoying. My life, like many others, has been through a lot of ups and downs. Family issues and emergencies do have a certain effect on me but over the years, I ve learnt to deal with the burden and the stress. These common traits demonstrates that I may have the capability of tackling the job as a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. The Gilded Age During The Gilded Age When Mark Twain coined the term Gilded Age for the years 165 1900 he was doing more than giving a sarcastic name to this time period. Twain ingeniously combined both the era s widespread corruption with its tremendous growth. It was a time of political upheaval, western expansion, transitioning roles of women, increased education, new forms of media, and urbanization, although while all of those factors were significant parts of the the time, one industry and technology saw a startling and almost unbelievable shift to its industry. During the Gilded Agethe United Stateswent through one of its biggest, most influential periods of growth and discovery in its history, although along with the tremendous expansion came huge companies arose unmatched in their size and corruption. Following the tumultuous Civil War the atmosphere was ribe in America for unbelievable expansion and growth. The war had practically devastated the agricultural based South, with the South s finances being reduced to almost nothing. Confederate bonds had become worthless and because of this the South couldn t industrialize and nearly the same pace as the North. All these factors, coupled with slaves recently being freed from bondage led to a immigration into the North s urban economy. Further there was huge immigration from abroad at this time to America major cities like Chicago and New York from all over Eurasia including China, Russia, and Italy. With them came an important supply of cheap ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Capstone Project Finance (Final Project) CAPSTONE PROJECT Project Title: APPLICABLE FINANCIAL POLICIES CHANGES THAT CAN BE USED TO ENCOURAGING HOUSE AND HOME OWNERSHIP IN MICHIGAN Submitted by: Submitted to University MBA/MS Program [list one] Capstone Mentor: [name] For University Use Date Received: ______________________________________________ Reviewed by: _______________________________________________ Approved/Disapproved: ______________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________________________ Date: ______________________________________________ Comments: ______________________________________________ ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ws in the Housing Finance System22 2.4 The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)23 History of FHFA24 Conservatorship of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae24 Chapter 3: Description of the Research Design Used26 3.1 Research Method and Design Appropriateness26 3.1 Population26 3.2 Informed Consent26 3.3 Confidentiality27 3.4 Data Collection27 3.5 Instrumentation28 Open and Closed Ended Questionnaires28 Interviews29 Reading29 3.6 Validity and Reliability30 Internal validity30 External validity30 Reliability30 3.7 Data Analysis31 Chapter 4: The Results and Findings of the Project32 Chapter 5: Discussion of Results and Findings33 Chapter 6: Conclusion and Recommendations37 Chapter 7: References38 Chapter 8: Appendices41 Appendix 1: CFED Assets amp; Opportunity Scorecard 2012, Michigan State: Profile41 Appendix 2: Housing Financial Policy Changes in Michigan Questionnaire42 Appendix 3: Housing Financial Policy Changes in Michigan Interview Questions44 List of Abbreviations CFED Corporation for Enterprise Development FHA The Federal Housing Administration FHFA Federal Housing Finance Agency FHFB Federal Housing Finance Board GSEs Government Sponsored Enterprises HUD Department of Housing and Urban Development IRS The Internal Revenue Service LTV Loan to Value Ratios MBS Mortgage Backed Securities MCC Michigan Chamber of Commerce MMI Annual Mutual Mortgage Insurance
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  • 45. Jennifer Cervantes Conflicts of the Families in the 21st Century Confetti Girl, by Diana LГіpez, and Tortilla Sun, by Jennifer Cervantes are using different points of view to create tension in their stories. First, the author made the girls feel depressed of how their parents won t understand their feelings. Furthermore, the parents are careless of what the girls do and want them to do things as they tell them to. Lastly, the girls opinions are being respected by their parents. Thus, the authors are effectively using different points of view in the story, enabling them to create tension by having the parents who do not understand their children s feelings, not interested in what they do and wants them to just follow their orders, and not respecting their opinions.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Such as how Lina got ignored while she was talking about a book sale that they were going to do. In lines 21 22, it states So did I tell you we re having a book sale for our next fundraiser? (Lopez 20). We just unpacked and I had plans. (Cervantes 29). Also, in line 29, it says We just unpacked and I had plans. (Cervantes 29). Lina is again disappointed at her dad s behavior and how he doesn t respect her opinions and thoughts. While Izzy lies about how she couldn t do the plans, making friends over the summer, so that she doesn t have to go to her nana s house. Still, it won t work for her. Not to mention, Lina has to do chores instead of hanging out with her friends after school. In line 2, it describes her emotion as Now when I come home, I ve got to sweep, fold towels, or scrub the bathroom sink. (Lopez 2).In addition, Izzy gets emotional about how she couldn t stay home yelling Why can t I stay here? Alone. (Cervantes 26). All in all, both of the children are being ignored of their opinions, forcefully having to listen to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Justin Stoeber Research Paper Client Name: Justin Stoeber Blog 14: Justin Stoeber: One Of His Kind Geotechnical Engineer!!! Keyword 1: Justin Stoeber Geotechnical Engineer Keyword 2: Project Manager Justin Stoeber Fort Collin The world in the 21st century has grown in the way it looks the buildings, structures, bridges, canals, dams, roads and what not are taking shape!!! All the thanks to civil engineers!! A civil engineer deals with designing, construction and maintenance of the structures and needs to have scientific and technical skills to design high end buildings that are in alignment and symbolic of the world that we currently live by. John Stoeber, A Geotechnical engineer based in Greater Denver is all of the above and much more. He has a BS and an MS in civil engineering from the State Colorado University. The key skills that this eminent Geotechnical engineer deal with include civil engineering modelling and mining. From soil mechanics to slope stability and pavement engineering, he has an immense experience of almost a decade in his bag! Besides all this, Justin Stoeber has an extreme level of enthusiasm and passion driving him at his workplace. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At Golder Associates, Justin Stoeber Fort Collins dealt with civil and mining design, analysis of waste dumps, foundation systems and heap leach pads. Soil analysis is another feather in his hat in which he has exceptional expertise in. Mr. Stoeber also has worked with ELE International as an engineer where he proved his skills as a brilliant team player. At the workplace, he was responsible for advanced soil lab testing. He has travelled throughout the U.S. setting up new lab equipment and training co workers to use the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Essay On Native American Indian Boarding School Starting off as a plan to assimilate and educate Native American Children, the boarding school program resulted in the stripping of culture and native identity. The cultural deprivation process began in 1860 when the Bureau of Indian Affairs established the first on reservation Indian boarding school in Washington state. The main goal of both the boarding and day schools was to assimilate Indian children into the American way of life (American Indian Council). At the start, the schools were all on reservation, designed to make education affordable and accessible to as many tribes as possible. This method held hopes of the children spreading American culture to parents; however, it allowed for Indian culture to seep into the children s lives. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Attending school was required by law; therefore, the Bureau would send police to physically confiscate children from their homes on reservations. By making attendance mandatory, the number of savage Indians exponentially decreased. Richard H Pratt said, Kill the Indian, save the man. This motto led to the hair of Indian boys getting cut, the banning of all tribal food, children were no allowed to return home and any relics from home were destroyed. Lone Wolf of the Blackfoot tribe said, Long hair was the pride of all Indians. The boys, one by one, would break down and cry when they saw their braids thrown on the floor. All of the buckskin clothes had to go and we had to put on the clothes of the White Man. If we thought the days were bad, the nights were much worse. This is when the loneliness set in, for it was when we knew that we were all alone. Many boys ran away from the school because the treatment was so bad, but most of them were caught and brought back by the police (PBS Telecommunications). If any of the students were non compliant with the policies, punishment consisted confinement, deprivation of privileges, a threat of corporal punishment or a restriction of diet (PBS ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...