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🌈Example Of A Literary Analysis Of A Short Story. H 🌈Example Of A Literary Analysis Of A Short Story. H
The Center For Human Rights And Constitutional Law
Can the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law Help Lead a Path for Immigrants to Become
Active Citizens? Immigrants have faced many challenges when trying to become citizens of the
United States. These challenges began when the Immigration Act of 1882 was passed, which gave
authority to officials to deny access to the United States to anyone who was a criminal or who was
uneducated (Immigration Act). This made it very hard for people coming to America to become
citizens of the United States and even harder for them to become active citizens. Active citizens are
defined as people who participate in their government fully and are not limited to what they can do
legally in their community. Many people in the United States believe that all of immigrants rights
should be secure by law. The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law is a foundation that
became unified in 1980, primarily focusing on the safety and security of immigrants, by providing
certain legal services. This non for profit organization provides education, support and training to
vulnerable families. These services are directed toward impoverished immigrant families and
immigrant families that need assistance in certain aspects of immigration law (Human Rights). By
providing these services, immigrants get one step closer to playing an active role in their community.
Immigrants all around the world chose to come to America to live in a free world. Often times, the
countries that immigrants
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Political Philosophy And The Natural Law
Political philosophy and the natural law are seldom reflected on in politics. Typically, persons in a
political or civil society are often distracted by fiscal success or recreational leisure. In society today,
there exists a consensus reality with the prospect of money and power. This reality emanates from a
scandalous and corrupted political system. As a result, there lacks the recognition of idealistic values
on liberalism, human rights, and the natural law. There have been several philosophers who have tried
to conceptualize what constitutes a political philosophy. Several theorists produced valid points,
highlighting the epitome of both politics and citizenship. Consequently, there was one philosopher that
was able to produce a much more valid theory. John Locke philosophized that the political system is
rooted from the law of nature. The law of nature states that all persons are equal, inducing limitations
or restrictions on human freedom and personal liberty. Locke believed that natural rights was not
created by societal inclinations, but rather discovered by reason. Locke s concept of political
philosophy emphasizes that the law of nature furnishes persons rights to self preservation, self
defense, and personal liberty. (Personal Liberty, 414) Locke s theory on the political system was quite
interesting because he believed that the government plays as a servant, working for the benefit of the
people, in which the government claims their authority with only the
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Discussion
Week 4 : Tax Consequences of Property Disposal Midterm
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Question 1. 1. (TCO A) The investment decision process ______________________________ .
(Points : 5) | is fundamentally the same for real estate investment analysis as for other investment
areas requires the investor to adjust expected cash flows for timing differences and risk recognizes that
investment assets are desired only for the benefits of ownership they bestow all of the above are true |
Question 2. 2. (TCO A) Which of the following is a contributing factor to the inefficiency of real
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6. (TCO A,B,C) A shopping center s trade area is ________________________ . (Points : 5) | the area
in which travel time to the center does not exceed approximately 15 minutes determined by physical
barriers to the flow of customer traffic the approximate geographical area from within which tenants
will be drawn the geographic area from within which the major portion of patronage is drawn |
Question 7. 7. (TCO A,B,C) A property s desirability, relative to competing properties, is influenced
by all of the following except ______________ . (Points : 5) | neighborhood economic and social
conditions relative physical durability relative functional efficiency the owner s income tax bracket |
Question 8. 8. (TCO A,B,C) All of the following are locational characteristics, except
_________________ . (Points : 5) | neighborhood influences functional obsolescence externalities
subdivision controls | Question 9. 9. (TCO A,B,C) When the rate of return on assets exceeds the cost
of borrowing, it represents ________________ . (Points : 5) | negative spread positive spread
favorable spread unfavorable spread | Question 10. 10. (TCO A,B,C) Which one of the following
institution lenders accounts for the greatest volume of real estate loans? (Points : 5) | Commercial
banks Life
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Chippewa Indian Culture
The clothing of the Chippewa Indians was oftentimes made of animal skin. The tendons were taken
from the animals and used as thread for the clothing that the Chippewa wore. The men wore a long
piece of animal skin or cloth between their legs and belted it at the hips. The flaps then covered the
front and behind of the men. Leggings were worn by both women and men and sometimes they were
covered with fancy fringe. The leggings were created from animal skin and therefore were quite
insulating during the cold winters. Women sometimes wore long skirts over the top of their leggings.
Women wore a thin blouse, basically like a poncho, that included a cut out at the neck for the head to
go through. Fancy aprons were worn on special occasions. The Chippewa men wore headdresses made
of stiff porcupine hair. These headdresses closely relate the Chippewa to the Mohawk and Mohicans.
Women kept their hair long in length and braided it, with pieces of cloth and shells intermingled in
them. Jewelry was something very important in the Chippewa culture. They wore copper bracelets and
beaded necklaces. Also important in the Chippewa society were tribal tattoos and face paint. These
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The Chippewa believe that they were given a birch tree from the Wenebojo tribe as a gift. The bark of
the tree was then split into multiple pieces to use. In the springtime, the bark softens and is more
flexible, and the art can begin. The first form of art most common in the Chippewa tribe is called
mazinibaganjigan, or birch bark biting. They took a very thin piece of birch bark and bent it in half.
Then they used their teeth to bite intricate patterns into the wood. When they were finished, they could
unfold the bark and the pattern would be perfectly
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Ripper Murders
Like most countries, there are multiple phases of growth. It just so happened that London was
experiencing a phase of growth during the time of the Ripper Murders. The East End especially was
effected, more so then in past years. Other cities like Whitechapel and Spitalfields Bethnal Green, St
George and the East and Poplar, become extremely poor during the era of the ripper. This was partly
because of the increase of immigration in London. The increase of immigration, caused a huge set of
unemployment, therefore making the city of London and the cities surrounding it extremely poor, with
very bad living options. The East End, was considered overpopulated and dirty with immigrates,
which lead to crime. Whitechapel was considered one of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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The city also had a bigger problem. There was a hospital in Spialfield called St. Mary Spittel that was
mainly for lepers. Lepers are people suffering from Leprosy, which is a long term disease that is
caused by bacteria. The leprocy was mainly in the population of the French Huguenot immigrants who
contributed to the silk weaving industry, and worked in the textile factories. Later on Germans, and
Dutch also made Spitalfield home. The Jews Temporary Shelter was created in 1886 at Leman Street
for new immigrants arriving in London from Eastern Europe and later for masses of poor Polish and
Russian Jewish immigrants. Brick Lane, which passes through Spitalfields, was inhabited in the 1880s
mostly by Orthodox Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. The third city I will talk about is
Bethnal Green, which mainly consists of the manufacturing and working class housing. The era of
Jack the Ripper was also a time of the Industrial reveloution. And Bethal Green had many of the
people who worked in this industry. It was just like Whitechapel and Spitalfield in which it consisted
of poverty, and overpopulation. Although, it was different in the sense, Bethnal Green as part of its
philanthropic activity, which consisted in providing religious, social and educational work as well as
healthy recreation among the poor of East
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Abigail Williams Responsible For The Salem Witch Trials
The Crucible is a book about the Salem witch trials during the puritan times. The author is Arthur
Miller. In the book there are many questionable acts, but one main question is who is responsible for
the witch hysteria. Many people can be suspected, but, Abigail Williams is to blame for the Salem
witch trials and all the lives lost because of it. Abigail Williams is most responsible for the Salem
witch trials. Abigail started all the lies by saying Now look you. We danced. And Tituba conjured ruth
putnam s dead sister. And that is all (I.363 366). Abigail is telling all the girls the story that they have
to follow. She is basically threatening them so they won t tell the truth about what really happened.
She is convincing the other girls to lie. This is when Abigail became the ringleader of the lies. This
brings her powers, which she starts to use for revenge. Continuing on, Abigail won t let go of her
feelings for John and resents Elizabeth. She is still convinced John loves her when she says it s she put
me out, you cannot pretend it were you. I saw your face when she put me out, and you loved me then
and you love me now (I.425 429). Abigail is convinced that John still loves her and Elizabeth is
coming between them. This makes her grow more angry with Elizabeth and more desperate for John.
She uses this growing power and hate for revenge. Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft shortly
after this encounter. To add on, Abigail leads all the
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Shangai Volkswagen
SHANGHAI VOLKSWAGEN Prepared for: Global Marketing Sam Guo Prepared by: Mario Marra
Date: February 15th, 2012 Shanghai Volkswagen is loosing market share. Since we arrived to Chinese
market we had a continuous growth, but in 1997 the market participation started to decrease. Today, in
2004, we have a market share of 16% substantially lower of the 51% that we used to have eight years
ago. We also are loosing our position of leadership in the market. There are many causes why this is
happening. First, China is growing but we are not. In the last years many of Chinese move from the
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Price is an important factor that consumers take into consideration before buy a car. We must to
maintain our prices in the same line of our competitors. Our most important target in the next years
will be young people who are having more income. We need to show our products in places where
young people usually attend, like universities, young and fashion neighborhoods and in streets where
youth used to frequent. Another important factor to succeed with our Start from Zero strategy is the
promotion. Considering our target will be young people, is necessary to promote in the most popular
TV shows that young people used to watch. Also we can advertise in fashion magazines and billboards
in fashionable areas. Our recommendation to address this new strategy is: * Decrease our structure
costs. We need to renegotiate with our suppliers. They need to understand that if we do not reduce our
costs we are not going to increase our sales. This is important for them to maintain our commercial
relationship. * Hire new creative and capable people to design the new cars. They need to work in
team with SAIC because they know more the culture of the country. We also need to train in design
issues our current employees that are working in manufacturing. * We recommend launch new models
of cars, especially for young people. We need to design new, young and fashion models for our target
as
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Opening a Nightclub for the Over 21 Crowd
Introduction The purpose of this project was to determine the feasibility of opening up a nightclub that
caters to people over 21 years old. This nightclub is of interest to the author because she is very
passionate about it and this type of business had always been the author s dream. This chapter will
discuss the relevant literature related to a) Customer service, b) License for restaurants and bars, and
c) Types of entertainment.
Review of Literature
Customer service The author knows that a business will not succeed if the employees do not give the
customers a quality customer service. Customers are most likely to come back to a place where they
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License for restaurants and bars The author plans on opening up a nightclub, there are many different
types of licenses that the author needs to get in order to open the nightclub. Since it is a nightclub the
author will need a liquor license, entertainment license, dance license, extended hours license and
many others. The author wants to sell alcohol, to have live concerts, to let people dance, to stay
opened after 2 a.m. and other things. According to Jamie Zawinski, there are permits for almost
everything the author wants to have in her business.
Types of entertainment
Nightclubs
1920 s According to Stuart Moss (2010), the first nightclubs started in the 1920 s. 1920 s was the time
post World War I, the nation was strong and business was booming. (Nightlife) During that time
selling alcohol was illegal and people were not accepting that new rule, therefore the name
speakeasies was invented. Speakeasies is the name for places that used to sell illegal alcoholic
beverages and some speakeasies were like clubs now a day, where people drink and dance. (Jen and
Ceyana, 2010)
1970 s
During the 1970 s, there were more types of entertainment than the 1920 s. There were bars, key
holder clubs, lounges and ballrooms, rock clubs, and disco. Bars were a place where single people
would go to find a partner; therefore the bar would be called the singles bar . Key
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Theme Of All My Sons By Joe Keller
There is nothing ruthless about Joe, no hint of the robber baron in his make up , his ambitions are
small a comfortable home for his family, a successful business to pass on to his sons, but he is not
completely fastidious in achieving his goals.
Joe Keller is the most important character in the play, All My Sons.
Miller who wrote All My Sons with human understanding but moral sinew as well as dramaturgy
summarised his theme, John Gossner says as, the responsibility of man to society or the responsibility
to the world and outside his home as well as in his own home .
Joe Keller is a social, amiable man with a strong sense of humour.
Indeed, Joe Keller strikes us as an eminently social man with an amiable nature.
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After having been confronted by Chris with his guilt and his responsibility in the death of Larry as
well as other young pilots, Joe begins to realise his guilt and grows a sense of disillusionment with
money which he has earned with such a hard labour, for the sake of his family.
Joe listened Chris realises Larry s letter.
Joe Keller said with broken heart, They were all my sons (89).
Thus, the exposure of his guilt in the supply of defective cylinder heads, and of the fact of his being
responsible for the suicide committed by Larry and the death of 21 young pilots whom he comes to
acknowledge as his own sons, pains Joe very much.
Joe Keller is a moving character whose place in All My Sons is quite important.
Chris Keller, son of Joe Keller, becomes a prototype of a person having moral values of living life.
While his father regards the family as the biggest or most important thing in life, he puts the society or
humanity as a whole on a higher plane than the individual or the family.
Joe Keller just told Annie that he would be prepared to give a well paid job in his business to Annie s
father after that man s release from
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The Golden Compass
In Phillip Pullman s The Golden Compass the theme of identity is explored through the journey of a
young girl named Lyra. Taken from her ordinary world at Oxford University, Lyra explores the world
through the eyes of different groups: the gyptians, ice bears and witches. Lyra does not journey alone,
accompanying her is her conscience and soul otherwise known as her daemon, Pantalaimon. Daemons
represent your spirit animal but have the brain of your conscience as they are the exact opposite in
both gender and mind. Pan s identity is almost the complete opposite of Lyra s accept for his main
form which to some extent represents Lyra s personality. For most of the book Pan is represented
through the form of an ermine, his personal favourite
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Yes Chef Marcus Samuelsson
In the memoir Yes Chef the author talked about his life from the begging up to now. Marcus
Samuelsson was born in Ethiopia, and he used to live in rural area with his older sister and mother. His
family was affected by tuberculosis, but his sister and he were survived. Since his mother was dead in
tuberculosis, Marcus and his sister were adopted by a Swedish family. His sister and he grew up as a
black Swedish children. Because of their skin color Marcus faced a lot of challenges; however he was
a though man, and he did not give up for challenges. He started his career as a soccer player because
since he was a child, he had been passionate with soccer; however, he did not achieve his dream
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The book shows how many adopted children feels when they are grown up in different culture with
different race. Many children are adopted, but some of them are glad to be adopted while others do
not. Like Marcus, many adopted children go back to their country to find their biological parents
while some do not even want to know about their origin. The book also express the pain of black
people in the white community. Many people have faced several challenges because of their skin color
some even bullied like Marcus, and he mentioned the challenges he faced because of his skin color.
Moreover there are also some important lessons to become a successful person. Marcus scarified a lot
of things to become a famous chef. For example, he did not visit his daughter and his ex girlfriend
because he wanted to focus on his career and he was committed. The book also shows people should
learn from their failures, and the author wrote about his failures; however he never gave up for
challenges. On the other hand, the memoir also has some drawbacks. It seems boring for readers
because the author mainly talks about food. However, I recommend the book for many people because
it has some interesting
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Hamlet as So Much More Than a Traditional Revenge Tragedy...
Hamlet as So Much More Than a Traditional Revenge Tragedy
Although Shakespeare wrote Hamlet closely following the conventions of a traditional revenge
tragedy, he goes far beyond this form in his development of Hamlet s character. Shakespeare s
exploration of Hamlet s complex thoughts and emotions is perhaps more the focus of the play rather
than that of revenge, thus in Hamlet Shakespeare greatly develops and enhances the form of the
traditional revenge tragedy.
The main source of Hamlet is Saxo Grammaticus Historiae Danicae, a folk tale that has a similar plot
to Hamlet; however, Shakespeare greatly transforms this story of revenge when creating Hamlet.
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The revenge ghost is a convention Kyd took from Seneca s tragedies, and in fact, Don Andrea has
similar parallels to the ghost of Achilles in Seneca s play Troades.
The first appearance of the old king s ghost in the opening scene of Hamlet would have been
suggestive of a revenge tragedy to an Elizabethan audience. However, the ghost does not demand
revenge as Don Andrea does, but rather adds to the uncertainty and sense of foreboding in the scene.
The play begins in a bitter cold night, bringing a sense of pathetic fallacy to the scene, as the setting
adds to the sense of trouble in Denmark, as described by Horatio and Marcellus. It is not until Act I,
Scene V that the ghost appears to Hamlet, demanding revenge [for] his foul and most unnatural
murder, and thus introducing the theme of revenge in Hamlet. Although Hamlet proclaims that [he
will] sweep to [his] revenge, he does not take his revenge until the final scene of the play. Hamlet s
inaction and delay of his revenge is paralleled in The Spanish Tragedy, however the reasons for delay
in Hamlet are somewhat different.
In The Spanish Tragedy, immediately after Hieronimo discovers his son s body he claims that it is
only in revenge [his] heart would find relief, and
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In the 2001 biographical drama film A Beautiful Mind, John...
In the 2001 biographical drama film A Beautiful Mind, John Nash is an American mathematician who
suffers from a mental illness. At the beginning of the film, Nash arrives at Princeton University as a co
recipient of the prestigious Carnegie Scholarship for mathematics. Nash is an arrogant, socially
awkward graduate student, who devotes most of his time trying to discover a revolutionary equation in
mathematics. About halfway through the film, we discover that a certain number of people and events
that occur are actually hallucinations and delusions created within Nash s mind. At this point, it
becomes apparent to the audience that Nash is suffering from a severe mental disorder.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He acts out this internal struggle with a physical and verbal confrontation against Charles (however in
reality, Charles does not exist and therefore Nash is fighting with himself). Charles provokes Nash to
kill himself, telling him to go on, bust your head, kill yourself... which demonstrates that Nash is
having suicidal thoughts. His behavior also includes diminished impulse control as he throws a desk
out the window of his dorm room. Nash attributes these thoughts and actions to Charles rather than
himself since he believes Charles is a real person. John Nash suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and
the most prominent symptom of paranoid schizophrenia is absurd or suspicious ideas and beliefs
(Smith Segal, 2013). Over the course of the film, Nash demonstrates these symptoms. The ideas of
delusions of persecution are the most frequent beliefs thought of by the individual and typically
revolve around a centralized theme that remains consistent over time (Smith Segal, 2013). People with
paranoid schizophrenia tend to have mistaken beliefs that one or more persons are plotting against
them and putting their loved ones in harm s way (Berger, 2012). With this condition, they end up
spending a lot of time thinking about how to protect themselves from the person or people they
believe are trying to hurt them (Berger, 2012). People with paranoid schizophrenia show a history of
increasing paranoia and difficulties
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The Theme Of Feminist Power In Shakespeare s Margaret Of...
Shakespeare has been admired for his strong female characters for quite some time, but often times
when Margaret of Anjou is weighed against these women she s marginalized as one dimensional and
callous. Several scholars claim that Margaret is inconsequential to the plot of Henry VI and Richard
III, going as far as to cut her part from live performances wherever possible. Katherine Eggert
compares Margaret to Joan of Arc s role in 1 Henry VI, saying that Margret s effect never becomes
quite as incantatory as Joan La Pucelle s (69). Many scholars, including Thomas McNeal, Angela Pitt,
and Marilyn French, have written off Margaret as a cruel whore in their works. With all the research
that has been done on Shakespeare s Margaret of Anjou, very few scholars acknowledge the feminine
power she represents and how pivotal her role is for accurately portraying Shakespeare s intentions for
Henry VI and Richard III. Shakespeare showcases Margaret s entire lifespan and journey as a woman
for a reason. He wants his audience to watch her go through every feminine archetype during her life
on stage: maiden, wife, mother, and crone. This journey, coupled with her power over the men
surrounding her, is incredibly important to the theme of feminine power within these works because
Shakespeare wanted his audience to see that Margaret is female and strong. In a similar fashion,
Shakespeare uses Margaret for his theme of feminine power by making her the only person smart
enough to trick
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Coverage Bias Report
A survey reported by the Pew Research Center, a so called fact tank , said that 77 percent of the
surveyed that they have less confidence in the media because of reliability and bias. The other 33
percent could have been unaware of bias in their regularly visited news (or could they could be
confident in the way they find news). Varying forms of bias affect susceptible audiences more than
aware readers.
As one of the most used forms of bias, coverage or confirmation bias is used all over the news.
Coverage bias is used in online news articles, talk shows, TV, and in conversation. Coverage bias, as a
main form of bias, can be easy to make and The host of the show, Jake Barlow, controls who, the
callers, says what and what they say. If the caller were to disagree with Jake, he would speak over
them not letting them speak or hang up before they could voice their opinion (Avi 138). The results of
the Jake Barlow argument sided with Philip because he could control what was argued on his show. ...
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Jake Barlow s thought of New Hampshire on his show: Jake Barlow explains that he thinks that not
allowing someone to express patriotism was unreasonable (and somewhat ironic) by mentioning that
their license plates read Live free or die. (Avi 128) Jake Barlow uses irony to relate to his audience
more which helps the audience . Conflicting Bias in News Coverage: Words such as contest or
competition can be viewed by an audience by thinking of conflict.(Conners, 1) Varying connotations
can be viewed as bias by readers that are not aware of the author s provided
interpretation(interpretation that is not biased) as a bias with them or against them. Words with other
types of synonyms can be interpreted differently. Description Bias in Media Coverage of Protest
Events: Organized public demonstrations deemed important have an idea or aim to attract mass media
for a
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Cocaine Abuse
Cocaine abuse has been a persistent health problem worldwide for many years (Platt, 2002). Adults
aged 18 to 25 year have a higher rate of current cocaine use than any other age group, with 1.5 percent
of young adults reporting past month cocaine use (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013).
Every drug has a history as to how it came about, also, as to why it is used and or abused among
adults. Each drug has its own chemical make up, along with how that drug works in the human body.
Treatment of cocaine addiction must be comprehensive, and strategies need to assess the
neurobiological, social, and medical aspects of the patient s drug abuse (The Science of Drug Abuse
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NA is a community twelve based program (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Also,
Narcotics Anonymous attenders were found to have more involvement with the criminal justice
system, greater lifetime drug use, earlier age of first alcohol use, and prior treatment attempts than
non/infrequent attenders (Davey Rothwell, 2008). However, NA may benefit form supportive
fellowship and from sharing with those experiencing common problems and issues (The Science of
Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). (Meyer Quenzer, 2013) If attending a twelve step program on daily
basis, one is more likely to have a positive outcome (Davey Rothwell, 2008). Treatment truly depends
on how badly a person wants to start a new sober
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Iqbal Masih As A Hero In Francesco DAdamos
Iqbal Masih, the hero that heroes look up to. Heroes are not people that have adequate, if not more,
amount of money and are known worldwide, but instead they are people that are looked up to as role
models or inspire people to do good things. They are admired for their strength, not just physically, but
also mentally. In Francesco D Adamos, Iqbal, Iqbal Masih is the protagonist of the novel and he is
shown as the redeemer of child labor. He is truly a hero as he possesses all the skills that any hero
needs. He has shown his great potential in many cases where he is able to free innocent and vulnerable
children from child labor. He was certainly able to send Pakistan s child laborers a clear message to
stop child labor. Without a doubt he was definitely a hero. Analyzing the wonderful Iqbal book, this
essay will talk about many instances when Iqbal showed his bravery and heroism providing examples
and proving that Iqbal is a hero.
Iqbal was not a kind of person that showed off his bravery and heroism. Bragging wasn t a word in his
dictionary. He was a type of person who was a freedom fighter for people who were suffering from the
pitiful, sorrowful crime, child labor. Iqbal was shown as the son of Eshan khan in a metaphorical way
and called him his Father (father as in the sense of being a teacher) in terms of stopping child labor.
There were multiple instances in which Iqbal Masih showed his heroism such as the event in which,
he managed to escape from the grasp of
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Best Of The Best Essay Examples
I have made a colleague over the book Best of the Best by Tim Green. In this essay I will explain why
I chose the pictures I chose and what they mean to the story I have read. In the top left hand corner of
my project I have chosen theme, to be the topic of this section. The theme of this book is about a
young twelve year old boy and his baseball dream. Notice I have used a slightly large picture of Derek
Jeter that is because in the book Josh LeBlanc the main character says in page nine teen Jaden knows
someday I hope to be play major league ball like my father, but since I am short stop I hope to be like
Derek Jeter . I have also used a picture of the little league world series in Williamsport Pennsylvania
this is because Josh and the Lexington all star team are on the road to the little league World Series.
On page ten Josh s father tells him Josh I have to tell you tell you something maybe you should take a
break from the Titans and join the Lexington all star tea m and help them get to the little league world
series! This is a once and a lifetime opportunity Josh! . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
I have chosen a picture of the United States, and a baseball as two of my pictures. First off the reason
why I have chosen a baseball is, because the atmosphere is full of baseball every page has something
to do with it. For example on page one hundred and two Josh states Josh was trying to cheer me up
over my parents divorcing, but the only thing going through my mind was the championship game in
Williamsport this Saturday . Why I have chosen to use a picture of the U.S.A is because they travel a
lot on their road to get to Williamsport. For example on page eleven Josh states I could see it already
Nashville, Dallas, Los Angeles, and if they were lucky Williamsport for the
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Jfk White House Tour Analysis
Event On February 14, 1962, Jacqueline Kennedy gave an hour long televised tour of her restoration
of the White House. With CBS News correspondent, Charles Collingwood by her side, Jackie
Kennedy showed America the historic site, which was the first ever television tour inside. The film
aired on both CBS and NBC at 10 o clock p.m., and was later rebroadcasted by ABC later in the week.
The program reached a shocking 80 million viewers. This scripted broadcast fostered the awareness
that the White House during the Kennedy Administration was different from that of those before. This
home was one of elegance and grace, which was emulated by the First Lady, who America was able to
see for an extended period of time during this broadcast. When explaining the reason for her
restoration project Kennedy states, I just feel that everything in the White House should be the best the
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Kennedy s tour is representative of the role as a whole. This can be seen through the portrayal of first
ladies through media coverage. It is clear the media plays a role in the formation and solidification of
the First Lady stereotype, which is the visible symbol of the American woman of the time. The
broadcast also brings forward questions of public and private life. Because of this portrayal, are there
expectations of how all women should fulfill their gender role in society?
There has always been a semblance of tension between the press and the First lady, as they represent
women who are achieving more public power over time. Gutgold puts it perfectly when she says; To
be seen and heard is progress for women in politics and in broadcasting (Gutgold). The performance
by Jacqueline is a vibrant demonstration of he advancement of female power through
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The Ethical Debate Concerning Cloning Essay
The Ethical Debate Concerning Cloning In the year that has elapsed since the announcement of Dolly
s birth, there has been much discussion of the ethical implications of cloning humans. Although the
simple use of the word clone may have negative connotations, many people have resigned themselves
to the idea of cloning cows that produce more milk or using a cloned mouse for use in controlled
experimentation. However, the idea of cloning humans is a highly charged topic. Several authors have
attempted to outline some of the ethical objections to cloning while at the same time minimizing the
role religion plays in this debate. The objections posed by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A second argument for cloning starts with the idea of reproductive rights. This liberal view holds that
every individual is entitled to the right to have a child as long as the child born is unharmed. Some
philosophers point out that when talking about rights it is necessary to discern from whom these rights
should come. This question is difficult to answer because it either assumes natural, God given rights or
requires that the state ensure the right to reproduce or both. A third view says that cloning will provide
for the possibility of improvement by giving birth to children who are free of birth defects, because
when any two people create a child through sex there is the possibility for genetic defects. However,
since clones are the exact replicas of someone already alive, their genetic dispositions will have
already surfaced. Kass response is these three contexts are that they are all too passive. They ignore
the value of the process of bringing forth new life and look at the question in terms of results and
rights. He claims that we should look at this question from the anthropologic perspective that the
meaning behind the process of having a child is what s important. With many of the reproductive
biotechnologies now accepted by a large portion of society, we tend to forget that there is only one
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The History of Disneyland
In 1955, Disneyland was created by Walt Disney because of his love for cartoons and continued to be
built by Roy in 1966 after Walt Disney s death. Walt Disney was born December 5, 1901in Chicago,
Illinois. He did not have the idea childhood due to his family being financially unstable and his father
was not the nicest to him. As a child Walt s father Elias believed in corporate punishment and beat him
regularly. Since the family was poor, they had to move around a lot so they could find jobs. Walt and
his brothers were forced to get jobs at young ages to help pay the bills for the family. In 1910, Walt
moved out to a farm in Kansas City, Missouri. On the farm, Walt would sketch the animals with
charcoal and that was when he developed his love for drawing cartoons. In 1919 Walt completed his
service in the Red Cross. He then moved back to Kansas City where he got a job in a Commercial Art
Studio. While working in the Studio Walt became friends with Ub Iwerks. He would later become the
key animator for the Walt Disney studios. Disney and Iwerks formed a short lived business that
Disney took the remaining assets and 15,000 from local investors to create laugh o gram films and to
move out to LA. Once in LA, Disney called Margaret Winkler, a film distributor, to announce his
production of the laugh o grams. The laugh o grams featured a live girl, Alice who interacted with
animated characters. In 1923 Winkler agreed to buy half a dozen Alive in Cartoonland films. Later
that
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The Democratic Party Split Of 1860 Over The Slavery Issue
The Democratic Party split in 1860 over the slavery issue. The Democrats from the Northern states
were against slavery or at least the expansion of slavery in the new territories while the Democrats
from the Southern states wanted to preserve slavery in their states and were for extending it in the new
territories. On April 23, 1860, the Democrats met in Charleston, South Carolina with the goals of
finalizing their platform and nominating a presidential candidate. In the North the Democratic
candidate was the moderate Stephen Douglas. Voters in the South chose John Breckenridge, a
defender of Southern rights . The Southern Democrats hated Douglas, although he was not completely
opposed to slavery in the West, he wanted to limit the institution s use in the territories, by initiating
popular sovereignty. A key play by Lincoln in the Lincoln Douglas Debates in 1858 helped the
Southerners realize this. Because the Democrats were split between different candidates and the
Republican Party was united behind Abraham Lincoln, they won more electoral votes. Therefore,
Lincoln became president.
Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president. It was his election that convinced South Carolina
to secede from the Union. Though not an abolitionist, Lincoln was an opponent of slavery and
determined to use all means at his disposal to stop its spread. Because the Republican Party was an
anti slavery party, South Carolina, along with several other states, saw the election of Lincoln
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Health Information Technology Research Paper
Privacy Relating to Health Information Technology From an American s perspective, privacy is seen
as a natural part of life, yet the particulars of protecting that privacy is much more complex. While
there are ways to keep information secure, such as incognito mode for web search browsers and
options for private accounts in social media, privacy is still able to be violated by hackers and
information slips through companies. The theme of technology in Extra Sensory Perception by
Gershon Dublon and Joseph A. Paradiso and in The Historian as a Participant by Arthur Schlesinger,
Jr. reveals that as technology advances, methods of the past are being replaced for newer, more
efficient ones, and that issues concerning privacy have emerged (Dublon ... Show more content on
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government has stepped in to protect patient privacy was by creating the Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996. HIPAA puts the responsibility of protecting health
information for electronic records on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and
although standards and requirements for the transmission of health information via electronics are
established through HIPAA, it does not specify what type of security mechanism must be put in place
(Luo). Still, improvements to the legislation have been made by the HITECH Act added in 2009 as
can be seen through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the government group in
charge of HIPAA, which says that the maximum penalty for each identical violation is $1.5 million (
HITECH Act... ). With fines set in place for violations of HIPAA, the persons or groups responsible
for maintaining the regulations of HIPAA are given a heavy monetary punishment that would shut
down any ideas of selling or releasing patient information and create a reason for going through with
protecting the privacy of patients. In any case, a fine should be kept on violations of patient privacy to
give persons or groups a valid reason not to violate their
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Disadvantages Of Ghost Mannequins
Using Ghost Mannequin for eCommerce Photography
Nowadays, more and more brands and retailers use ghost mannequin photography to get a 3D, hollow
man effect for their products. Ghost mannequins are also known as invisible mannequins, because of
their capacity of becoming non viewable in photos. So if you want to learn how to use ghost
mannequins to achieve a 3D effect for your products, then you just need to read this tutorial.
Ghost mannequin photography is mainly used when you want to photograph products such as shirts,
blazers, jackets, or jeans. The photos you realize with the help of these mannequins help your
customers to get a better image of themselves wearing the garments they see. Many brands and
retailers prefer shooting all of their garments using this method, as it helps ... Show more content on
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 Ghost mannequin. Depending on your needs, preferences, and budget, you can choose from the
various mannequins that you find. You need to get one with removable chest and arms, so you can
remove pieces individually to get the invisible product shots that you want.
 Camera. For professional product photography, you need to use a camera that has at least the
minimum requirements that are recommended for industry photography.
 Studio lighting. You are recommended to use a source of continuous cool LED lamp, as they ensure
consistent exposure, shadows and contrast.
 Garments. Some of the garment types that you can use for this type of photography are blazers,
coats, jackets and dresses.
 Styling tools. You can use various tools to help the garments fit more tightly. These may include
pins, clips, tissue paper, or tape.
How to choose the right ghost mannequin for your garments
As you probably imagine, ghost mannequins are available in various sizes and styles. So before you
choose the mannequin to use, you need to ensure that it fits your products, as this is an essential part in
getting great
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Sea Stars
I understand why you may think sea stars are not important, however they are a keystone species and
essential in their environment. If you are not sure what a keystone species is, it is a species that has a
key role in sustaining the life of other organisms in an economic system (Ferrer, 2015). Many species
of the rocky intertidal communities depend upon the sea star. Sea stars feed on sea urchins, which
control the population. Without sea stars all other organisms would vanish except for mussels (Phelan,
2010). A sea stars role as a keystone species is maintaining an ecosystem by eating species that
quickly reproduce such as urchins and mussels. The urchin population would multiply in large
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You see Aunt Gertrude, the complete fallout of sea stars will have a domino effect on other organisms
in the ocean eventually cutting into the food chain which would be a disaster once reaching us
humans. Sea stars are not the only keystone species; it can be any species that sustains the life of other
organisms in an environment. It is crucial to make sure these species are surviving and thriving. The
loss of such an important character affects all the organisms in that environment. If we begin to loose
biodiversity our planet will slowly deteriorate. More species means more growth and life on Earth. It
also enables us with resources to recover more efficiently from natural disasters (Why is Biodiversity
Important?). Each species relies on the next as a source of survival. The removal of a keystone species
may eventually cause extinction of many other species, which would eventually result in the
deterioration of our planet. Biodiversity is important to our planet for the purpose of sustaining all life
on
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Cannon Fire Research Paper
The cannon first originated in the early Yuan Dynasty. The cannons that are thought of today are large
tubes that have gunpowder, a cannonball, and a fuse inside of it. The fuse was where a spark could get
to the gunpowder and set off an explosion. This explosion pushes the projectile through the cannon
and sends it through the air. but, that isn t how it was when it was first invented. Today s cannons
evolved from bombards, early handheld weapons that shot large stones through the air. Eventually, in
the late Yuan dynasty, these bombards started to become bigger. As this weapon grew in size, the term
cannon took over. Cannons were transformed from a vase shaped tube to a long, iron barrel. To make
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Prior to the cannon, the sailing ship suffered major disadvantages in close quarter combat. Difficult to
maneuver and dependent on the wind, early sailing vessels were no match for galleys on calm steady
waters. Once cannons were fitted to sailing ships, however, the smaller, more controllable galleys
were unable to approach. The large guns could cause serious structural harm to ships. They functioned
like the rams that were fitted onto galleys, but permitted the attacking ship to maintain some degree of
distance. Cannons damaged the ropes and attacked the buoyancy of ships. Large cannonballs
destroyed ships in the same way that they knocked down castle walls. Furthermore, cannonballs that
impaled wooden ships showered the interior of the struck ship with dangerous splinters. Naval warfare
was revolutionized after the introduction of the
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Principles of Management and Leadership
Edexcel Level 5
Diploma in Managament and Leadership
Assignment One Principles of Management and Leadership
Task 1 (a)
Bennis (1989, p.45) listed differences in his book On becoming a leader as illustrated in the table
below.
|The Manager |The Leader |
| | |
|Administers |Innovates |
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Task 2
Using Tannenbaum and Schmidt s (1958) Continuum for leadership and involvement, my
management style is Consult (Participative). This style allows me to adapt if/when required. It gives
me the capacity to make the final decision with the added benefit of tapping into the ideas of
subordinates. I think you can become blinkered and stagnate if you have held a position for sometime
without listening to the ideas and view points of others.
The benefits of this style are; openness to new ideas, encouraging innovation and increased efficiency.
Due to the improved communication, it empowers employees to increase their ownership in their work
which increases efficiency, productivity, consequently decreasing absenteeism, employee turnover and
limiting the cost of manufacture. Being involved in decision making means they can immediately pin
point areas for improvement, there is greater focus on self management, leading to increased skill sets
with lesser need of supervision and support staff. Better communication leads to fewer grievances,
with many issues resolved on the spot.
Resistance to change is the biggest obstacle for this method, as employees have the right to not
participate or may become sceptical of management using the information gained to manipulate them.
The Tells (Autocratic)
This is where a leader/manager has
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Increased Military Spending During the Cold War Brought...
The increase in military spending is another argument that caused stagnation in the Soviet Union
during the period. Brezhnev spent huge amount of money in the defense sector and according to
Blanchard Froot et al. (1994) the share of defense spending in GNP was 12% in 1960 70, and
increased by 4% in 1975 80 to 16%, even though the country was is deep economic crisis. Brezhnev
increased military spending each year; even as the country needed the spending in other important
sectors, to boots the growth of the country, and caused low level of economic development. Brezhnev
increased the spending specifically on nuclear materials production plants, compared to weapons.
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The doctrine made it possible for the country to intervene in another socialist state (any Eastern Bloc
nation), internal affairs when the state social system and the states common interests were threatened.
In early 1968 began the Czechoslovak Communist Party under the leadership of Alexander Dubček to
introduce a series of reforms, including the abolition of censorship (Fordham.edu, 2014). In response
to these efforts, the Soviet Union launched a policy to combat anti socialist forces (Wilde, 2014). The
doctrine was first used in 1968 when the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia to end the Prague
Spring (Fordham, 2014). The outcome of the invasion by the Soviet Union made Czechoslovakia go
back to communist control, even if it meant a third world war (BBC, 2014). Mikhail Gorbachev s
government denounced the Brezhnev doctrine in the late of Soviet Union s life. Policy change does
not necessarily come with leadership change. Russia is a fundamentally different society than the
Soviet Union. Communism is replaced by capitalism, Russians can travel abroad and Internet
revolution has long since reached the country. Russia connoisseurs are comparing just the Putin
controlled period, which the country is in now, with 18 years under Leonid Brezhnev from 1964 to
1982. Prime Minister Medvedev has talked a lot about modernization, but stagnation is the word that
recurs when talking
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Pros And Cons Of Online Advertising Critique
Online Advertising Critique
Introduction
Online advertising campaign is a new way of product promotion with the development of Internet
technology. The main purposes of the online campaign are always for the product promotion and
brand marketing. Creative is the most important factor in the advertisement that used to express
information. Based on the Ford advertising, the article will attempt to analyze the pros and cons of
advertising content. In the first part, the article will analyze the advertising content from the overall
perspective; to list out the components of the advertising campaign. Then, the article will discuss the
effectiveness of the advertising campaign based on personal opinions and the peer reviews. Finally,
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These kind of the people is the target audience, because they actually owned the Ford s product; they
have the experience with Ford for a year or longer. The main objective for the target audiences group
is to maintain their brand loyalty and to create resonance with the brand concepts. The potential
audiences of the advertising have two groups. The first group is the youth people, and the age range
from 16 25; these people are looking for the first car in their life. The second group is those non Ford
users, and the age range from 25 45. This group of people have their own experiences with others
brand, and they may be looking for new brand to replace the old brand. However, these two groups of
people can only be regarded as potential audience, because the main purpose of this advertising is to
promote the brand conceptual, rather than to promote the actual product.
The format of the advertising is video, and the duration of the video is one minute forty three second.
Video is an useful online format for convey large amounts of information; it allows the producer to
leave as more information to the audiences as possible. Compare to the static picture, the dynamic
video makes information more sequential; the audiences can gradually receive information in a certain
order. The release platform of the advertising is YouTube; it is the largest and most popular website in
the world. YouTube allows the companies to
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Sir Ernest Shackleton s Survival
Body Paragraph #1 Shackleton s Personality Sir ernest shackleton [1874 1922] was a polar explorer
who led the three british expeditions to the Antarctic , and one of the principal figures of the period
known as the Heroic age of the Antarctic . His goal is to get to the Antarctic first before anyone does ,
but he couldn t be able to get to the Antarctic on time . Still Shackleton didn t give up on his goal , in
1914 Shackleton had made his third trip to the Antarctic on a ship called the endurance , where he
invited some people to come along too on the expedition . Some people would think of him as crazy
and others would think of him as a true leader . Shackleton is a very effective leader because he doesn
t want to lose his goal and doesn t want to lose his target to get to the South pole . Body Paragraph #2
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He wanted to cross Antarctica via south pole , so that he could be at least the first person to cross the
south pole . He is also has the honesty in himself , which meant that he is not a bad leader but a good
one , he helps everyone when they re in need . Shackleton had build up to about 28 members on the
team . He is also decisive , which means that when he makes a decision they have to stick to it . He is
also a strict leader , so he doesn t like anyone messing around . Shackleton is the bravest and strongest
leader than any other leader is , he always makes sure that nothing gets in his way or his men s way
because he wants to make sure that his men are in task . Shackleton is a tough and a disciplined leader
because he s always right on task . Shackleton also have like good core values and he s always team
spirited and he also recruited the best and the right people on the team
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Three Stages Of Early Sequential Bilingualism
Early sequential bilingualism.
Nativist McLaughlin (1984) claims that children whose ages are from two to six, can develop their
language competences naturally, so at the time they start their formal education process, they have
already mastered them. The author states that during these ages, children are so curious that they start
creating and experimenting with language. She also affirms that second language acquisition takes
place when children s listening and speaking skills have been well established in their mother tongue
before being exposed to a second one.
Likewise, a great expositor of early childhood sequential bilingualism is Titone, 1972 (as cited in
Beardsmore, 1986), he states that when children are around four to five years ... Show more content
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The first one is characterized by a silent period. During this stage children listen and observe speakers
of the target language s non verbal hints. It is a period that might take a couple of months and teachers
should allow it to happen without pressuring the child. During this stage, communication is conveyed
by paralinguistic features such as gestures, body language, facial and deictic expressions, to later start
replicating some memorized fixed expressions and/or phrases constantly heard from their teachers. In
the second stage, children start creating their own sentences in the second language. It is a period
where teachers need to be aware of each child s language development to provide not only timely
feedback, but also to praise and support them along the process. Finally in the last stage, children start
employing the new linguistic code with a more accurate pronunciation, lexical and grammatical use. It
is important to mention that during these stages, children code switching back and forth in their two
languages. This is considered by the authors as a typical characteristic of bilingual users and it actually
helps to increase their fluency
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Essay on Literary Analysis of Movie
Literary Analysis of Movie How does it feel starting over in a completely new place? In the movie
The Karate Kid , Daniel, the main character, and his mom moved to the California from New Jersey
because of his mom s new job offer. Daniel started going to school in California and met a girl named
Ali, whom he started to like. He started going out with her. Daniel was getting beat up by some
bullies; one of them was Ali s ex boyfriend. They knew karate very well, but Daniel did not. So Daniel
decided to learn karate. Daniel and his mom were living in an apartment and one day he discovers that
the handyman at his apartment, Mr.Miyagi, knows karate very well. He asked Mr.Miyagi to teach him
karate, and Mr.Miyagi became his karate teacher. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Good teachers can make their students future better because students follow what their teachers say.
On the contrary, bad teachers have the power to make their students future horrible because then the
student will follow what the bad teachers say. Do you believe that moving to California can change
the person they are? In the movie, when Daniel moved to the California, he felt lonely. He did not
have any friends; he was frustrated and started begging his mom to go back home when the bullies
made his life hell. After meeting Mr. Miyagi and his new friend Ali, who became his girlfriend, he
started learning the lessons of life and started liking the new place. In the beginning, Daniel believed
that karate was all about fighting, but after meeting Mr.Miyagi, he learned that karate is all about
balance, which is important in a person s life. When he got injured on his left leg during the final
round in the karate championship tournament, he decided to play the final point by balancing himself
on one leg, knocking down his opponent, and achieving victory. Overall, good friends and teachers
have significant influences over a teenager s life. Life s hard for people who migrate to a country. Did
you ever think about immigrants who come from another country? First of all, I identify with this
movie because Daniel moves from New Jersey to California. I moved from India to
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Sarbanes-Oxley Act Case Study
The Sarbanes Oxley Act also helped managers see that their companies had many weaknesses, such as
lack of enforcement of existing policies, unnecessary complexity, clogged communications, and a
feeble compliance culture (2006), per the Harvard Business Review. Managers and executives could
recognize their company s weaknesses because SOX requires publicly traded companies to be
standardized. Section 302 explains the corporate responsibility behind the financial reports, such as
how the CEO and CFO must be involved in the auditing process and how they must report any fraud
that they see in the reports. This section forced managers to overlook their internal audits and
therefore helped them to see what needed to be done to improve the financial ... Show more content on
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Even though it is a requirement for publicly traded companies, private and nonprofit companies
benefit from it as well. Executives and management follow SOX s practices and benefit from the
positive outcomes. Private and nonprofit companies have also improved their documentation system,
improved policies and procedures, and updated or added whistleblower policies. Many private and
nonprofit companies are implementing SOX requirements to improve their companies overall
operations. The Sarbanes Oxley Act therefore has been beneficial not only to publicly traded
companies, but also to private and nonprofit companies, improving the accounting system in
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Narrative Essay On Cheer Practice
I got early to cheer practice at the West Hempstead Middle school and me, Emma, and Betty were
bored so Betty said, let s play tag. So we played when we were be chased on the benches. We were all
laughing and saying don t get me. So then when I jumped down off the bench then I heard a CLICK
noise my foot was on its side and it hurt.I walked over to my mom walking on my heel and I said
Mom I fell on the side of my foot and it really hurts not like a little scratch. She said, You re fine suck
it up Then I walked away to my team. So we started practicing and my foot hurt when I walked so I
walked on my heal and it didn t hurt so when we started doing our cheers. When I jumped and landed
it really hurt so I sat out of practice. I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It was bruised and swollen so we went to the hospital that night I found out it was fractured and I got a
soft cast and they said in a week go to a podiatrist so we did and I got a boot and I was on churches. I
was so upset because the soccer season was just about to start and I couldn t play but I still tried to go
to every game and support my team. I was also missing karate so I went once and there were a lot of
people and I sat in the front and taught some parts of the class. Every night the back of my heel hurt so
when we went to the podiatrist and she took of my soft cast there was a sore filled with blood on the
back of my heel. The podiatrist said i ll be in the boot for a while because of my heel I couldn t get a
shoe on. So I missed a lot of soccer but then in October I was ok and out of the boot just I wasn t
cleared yet to play gym recess or soccer. When I finally got cleared my soccer team was happy to hear
I was ok. But, then soccer was almost over. Then basketball started right after I got cleared so my
mom cept asking
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The Death Of Our Village
When I was young our village was much different than the hell we are in now. It all began when me
and some other children were playing on the beach. We suddenly saw something floating in the
distance. It appeared to be an enemy ship approaching, but as it was drawn further in by the rolling
tide, we could make out outlines of a human figure. Slowly but surely the waves pushed the
mysterious being onto the shore. We dragged him over to the sand. Water began to sprout from his
mouth like a newly dug up spring. With little sputtered coughs he vomited the sea water all out. His
eyes shot open shocking us all. With all his might he tried to raise his body, only to be lose out to his
exhaustion.
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We did not even have to clean off his face to know that the dead man was a stranger. The village was
made up of only twenty odd wooden houses that had stone courtyards with no flowers and which were
spread about on the end of a desert like cape. There was so little land that mothers always went about
with the fear that the wind would carry off their children and the few dead that the years had caused
among them had to be thrown off the cliffs. But the sea was calm and bountiful and all the men fitted
into seven boats. So when we found the drowned man we simply had to look at one another to see that
we were all there.
That night the men did not work at sea. While the men went to find out if anyone was missing in
neighboring villages, the women stayed behind to care for the drowned man. The woman took the
mud off with grass swabs, they removed the underwater stones entangled in his hair, and washed him
with soap and water. As they were doing that we noticed that the vegetation on him came from
faraway oceans and that his clothes were in tatters, as if he had sailed through labyrinths of coral. But
only when they finished cleaning him off did we become aware of the kind of man he was and it left
them breathless. He was the tallest, strongest, most virile, and best built man we had ever seen.
We could not find a bed in the village large enough to lay him on nor was there a table solid enough to
use for him. The tallest men s
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RA-ILD Research Paper
Unfortunately, we have a little evidence for the treatment of ILD associated with RA,due to the lack of
trials and general guidelines.In terms of nonmedical treatment there are some simple measures that
every patient with RA ILD should follow.These measures include1)stop of smoking(Due to the
correlation between smoking and pathogenesis of RA ILD) 2) supplemental oxygenation 3)patient
education 4) pulmonary rehabilitation 5) active immunization against ifluenza and pneu monococcal
disease and all patients on immunosuppresive therapy should receive prophylaxis against
Pneumocystis Jirovecii pneumonia. The medical treatment of RA ILD is associated with many
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3)In patients with significant pulmonary compromise the benefit of the medical therapy outweighs the
potential harmful effects of and therapy should be started. The cornerstone of treatment in patients
with RA ILD is immunosuppresive treatment consisting of corticosteroids especially in patients with
OP or NSIP as mentioned previously.Corticosteroids can lead to better clinical outcome and also there
is evidence that they limit the radiographic pro gression of the disease.Corticosteroids can be used as
monotherapy or can be used in combination therapy with cytotoxic agents such as
azathriopine,cyclosporine and cyclophospamide.In addition, there is a new study that showed some
interesting results in patients treated with monotherapy of mycophelonate mofetil(MMF) which is also
a cytotoxic agent.More specifically,in this study 125 patients with connective tissue disease ILD(18 of
them had RA ILD) were treated with MMF. The results were that those patientes with non UIP forms
of ILD showed clinical improvement
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  • 1. 🌈Example Of A Literary Analysis Of A Short Story. H 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. 🌈Example Of A Literary Analysis Of A Short Story. H 🌈Example Of A Literary Analysis Of A Short Story. H
  • 2. The Center For Human Rights And Constitutional Law Can the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law Help Lead a Path for Immigrants to Become Active Citizens? Immigrants have faced many challenges when trying to become citizens of the United States. These challenges began when the Immigration Act of 1882 was passed, which gave authority to officials to deny access to the United States to anyone who was a criminal or who was uneducated (Immigration Act). This made it very hard for people coming to America to become citizens of the United States and even harder for them to become active citizens. Active citizens are defined as people who participate in their government fully and are not limited to what they can do legally in their community. Many people in the United States believe that all of immigrants rights should be secure by law. The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law is a foundation that became unified in 1980, primarily focusing on the safety and security of immigrants, by providing certain legal services. This non for profit organization provides education, support and training to vulnerable families. These services are directed toward impoverished immigrant families and immigrant families that need assistance in certain aspects of immigration law (Human Rights). By providing these services, immigrants get one step closer to playing an active role in their community. Immigrants all around the world chose to come to America to live in a free world. Often times, the countries that immigrants ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Political Philosophy And The Natural Law Political philosophy and the natural law are seldom reflected on in politics. Typically, persons in a political or civil society are often distracted by fiscal success or recreational leisure. In society today, there exists a consensus reality with the prospect of money and power. This reality emanates from a scandalous and corrupted political system. As a result, there lacks the recognition of idealistic values on liberalism, human rights, and the natural law. There have been several philosophers who have tried to conceptualize what constitutes a political philosophy. Several theorists produced valid points, highlighting the epitome of both politics and citizenship. Consequently, there was one philosopher that was able to produce a much more valid theory. John Locke philosophized that the political system is rooted from the law of nature. The law of nature states that all persons are equal, inducing limitations or restrictions on human freedom and personal liberty. Locke believed that natural rights was not created by societal inclinations, but rather discovered by reason. Locke s concept of political philosophy emphasizes that the law of nature furnishes persons rights to self preservation, self defense, and personal liberty. (Personal Liberty, 414) Locke s theory on the political system was quite interesting because he believed that the government plays as a servant, working for the benefit of the people, in which the government claims their authority with only the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Discussion Week 4 : Tax Consequences of Property Disposal Midterm Top of Form Time Remaining: | | Page 1 Question 1. 1. (TCO A) The investment decision process ______________________________ . (Points : 5) | is fundamentally the same for real estate investment analysis as for other investment areas requires the investor to adjust expected cash flows for timing differences and risk recognizes that investment assets are desired only for the benefits of ownership they bestow all of the above are true | Question 2. 2. (TCO A) Which of the following is a contributing factor to the inefficiency of real estate markets? (Points : 5) | ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 6. (TCO A,B,C) A shopping center s trade area is ________________________ . (Points : 5) | the area in which travel time to the center does not exceed approximately 15 minutes determined by physical barriers to the flow of customer traffic the approximate geographical area from within which tenants will be drawn the geographic area from within which the major portion of patronage is drawn | Question 7. 7. (TCO A,B,C) A property s desirability, relative to competing properties, is influenced by all of the following except ______________ . (Points : 5) | neighborhood economic and social conditions relative physical durability relative functional efficiency the owner s income tax bracket | Question 8. 8. (TCO A,B,C) All of the following are locational characteristics, except _________________ . (Points : 5) | neighborhood influences functional obsolescence externalities subdivision controls | Question 9. 9. (TCO A,B,C) When the rate of return on assets exceeds the cost of borrowing, it represents ________________ . (Points : 5) | negative spread positive spread favorable spread unfavorable spread | Question 10. 10. (TCO A,B,C) Which one of the following institution lenders accounts for the greatest volume of real estate loans? (Points : 5) | Commercial banks Life ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Chippewa Indian Culture The clothing of the Chippewa Indians was oftentimes made of animal skin. The tendons were taken from the animals and used as thread for the clothing that the Chippewa wore. The men wore a long piece of animal skin or cloth between their legs and belted it at the hips. The flaps then covered the front and behind of the men. Leggings were worn by both women and men and sometimes they were covered with fancy fringe. The leggings were created from animal skin and therefore were quite insulating during the cold winters. Women sometimes wore long skirts over the top of their leggings. Women wore a thin blouse, basically like a poncho, that included a cut out at the neck for the head to go through. Fancy aprons were worn on special occasions. The Chippewa men wore headdresses made of stiff porcupine hair. These headdresses closely relate the Chippewa to the Mohawk and Mohicans. Women kept their hair long in length and braided it, with pieces of cloth and shells intermingled in them. Jewelry was something very important in the Chippewa culture. They wore copper bracelets and beaded necklaces. Also important in the Chippewa society were tribal tattoos and face paint. These distinct markings were used in times of war to differentiate between tribes. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Chippewa believe that they were given a birch tree from the Wenebojo tribe as a gift. The bark of the tree was then split into multiple pieces to use. In the springtime, the bark softens and is more flexible, and the art can begin. The first form of art most common in the Chippewa tribe is called mazinibaganjigan, or birch bark biting. They took a very thin piece of birch bark and bent it in half. Then they used their teeth to bite intricate patterns into the wood. When they were finished, they could unfold the bark and the pattern would be perfectly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Ripper Murders Like most countries, there are multiple phases of growth. It just so happened that London was experiencing a phase of growth during the time of the Ripper Murders. The East End especially was effected, more so then in past years. Other cities like Whitechapel and Spitalfields Bethnal Green, St George and the East and Poplar, become extremely poor during the era of the ripper. This was partly because of the increase of immigration in London. The increase of immigration, caused a huge set of unemployment, therefore making the city of London and the cities surrounding it extremely poor, with very bad living options. The East End, was considered overpopulated and dirty with immigrates, which lead to crime. Whitechapel was considered one of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The city also had a bigger problem. There was a hospital in Spialfield called St. Mary Spittel that was mainly for lepers. Lepers are people suffering from Leprosy, which is a long term disease that is caused by bacteria. The leprocy was mainly in the population of the French Huguenot immigrants who contributed to the silk weaving industry, and worked in the textile factories. Later on Germans, and Dutch also made Spitalfield home. The Jews Temporary Shelter was created in 1886 at Leman Street for new immigrants arriving in London from Eastern Europe and later for masses of poor Polish and Russian Jewish immigrants. Brick Lane, which passes through Spitalfields, was inhabited in the 1880s mostly by Orthodox Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. The third city I will talk about is Bethnal Green, which mainly consists of the manufacturing and working class housing. The era of Jack the Ripper was also a time of the Industrial reveloution. And Bethal Green had many of the people who worked in this industry. It was just like Whitechapel and Spitalfield in which it consisted of poverty, and overpopulation. Although, it was different in the sense, Bethnal Green as part of its philanthropic activity, which consisted in providing religious, social and educational work as well as healthy recreation among the poor of East ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Abigail Williams Responsible For The Salem Witch Trials The Crucible is a book about the Salem witch trials during the puritan times. The author is Arthur Miller. In the book there are many questionable acts, but one main question is who is responsible for the witch hysteria. Many people can be suspected, but, Abigail Williams is to blame for the Salem witch trials and all the lives lost because of it. Abigail Williams is most responsible for the Salem witch trials. Abigail started all the lies by saying Now look you. We danced. And Tituba conjured ruth putnam s dead sister. And that is all (I.363 366). Abigail is telling all the girls the story that they have to follow. She is basically threatening them so they won t tell the truth about what really happened. She is convincing the other girls to lie. This is when Abigail became the ringleader of the lies. This brings her powers, which she starts to use for revenge. Continuing on, Abigail won t let go of her feelings for John and resents Elizabeth. She is still convinced John loves her when she says it s she put me out, you cannot pretend it were you. I saw your face when she put me out, and you loved me then and you love me now (I.425 429). Abigail is convinced that John still loves her and Elizabeth is coming between them. This makes her grow more angry with Elizabeth and more desperate for John. She uses this growing power and hate for revenge. Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft shortly after this encounter. To add on, Abigail leads all the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Shangai Volkswagen SHANGHAI VOLKSWAGEN Prepared for: Global Marketing Sam Guo Prepared by: Mario Marra Date: February 15th, 2012 Shanghai Volkswagen is loosing market share. Since we arrived to Chinese market we had a continuous growth, but in 1997 the market participation started to decrease. Today, in 2004, we have a market share of 16% substantially lower of the 51% that we used to have eight years ago. We also are loosing our position of leadership in the market. There are many causes why this is happening. First, China is growing but we are not. In the last years many of Chinese move from the lower class to the medium class. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Price is an important factor that consumers take into consideration before buy a car. We must to maintain our prices in the same line of our competitors. Our most important target in the next years will be young people who are having more income. We need to show our products in places where young people usually attend, like universities, young and fashion neighborhoods and in streets where youth used to frequent. Another important factor to succeed with our Start from Zero strategy is the promotion. Considering our target will be young people, is necessary to promote in the most popular TV shows that young people used to watch. Also we can advertise in fashion magazines and billboards in fashionable areas. Our recommendation to address this new strategy is: * Decrease our structure costs. We need to renegotiate with our suppliers. They need to understand that if we do not reduce our costs we are not going to increase our sales. This is important for them to maintain our commercial relationship. * Hire new creative and capable people to design the new cars. They need to work in team with SAIC because they know more the culture of the country. We also need to train in design issues our current employees that are working in manufacturing. * We recommend launch new models of cars, especially for young people. We need to design new, young and fashion models for our target as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Opening a Nightclub for the Over 21 Crowd Introduction The purpose of this project was to determine the feasibility of opening up a nightclub that caters to people over 21 years old. This nightclub is of interest to the author because she is very passionate about it and this type of business had always been the author s dream. This chapter will discuss the relevant literature related to a) Customer service, b) License for restaurants and bars, and c) Types of entertainment. Review of Literature Customer service The author knows that a business will not succeed if the employees do not give the customers a quality customer service. Customers are most likely to come back to a place where they feel welcome, where they feel like they are being well treated. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... License for restaurants and bars The author plans on opening up a nightclub, there are many different types of licenses that the author needs to get in order to open the nightclub. Since it is a nightclub the author will need a liquor license, entertainment license, dance license, extended hours license and many others. The author wants to sell alcohol, to have live concerts, to let people dance, to stay opened after 2 a.m. and other things. According to Jamie Zawinski, there are permits for almost everything the author wants to have in her business. Types of entertainment Nightclubs 1920 s According to Stuart Moss (2010), the first nightclubs started in the 1920 s. 1920 s was the time post World War I, the nation was strong and business was booming. (Nightlife) During that time selling alcohol was illegal and people were not accepting that new rule, therefore the name speakeasies was invented. Speakeasies is the name for places that used to sell illegal alcoholic beverages and some speakeasies were like clubs now a day, where people drink and dance. (Jen and Ceyana, 2010) 1970 s During the 1970 s, there were more types of entertainment than the 1920 s. There were bars, key holder clubs, lounges and ballrooms, rock clubs, and disco. Bars were a place where single people would go to find a partner; therefore the bar would be called the singles bar . Key ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Theme Of All My Sons By Joe Keller There is nothing ruthless about Joe, no hint of the robber baron in his make up , his ambitions are small a comfortable home for his family, a successful business to pass on to his sons, but he is not completely fastidious in achieving his goals. Joe Keller is the most important character in the play, All My Sons. Miller who wrote All My Sons with human understanding but moral sinew as well as dramaturgy summarised his theme, John Gossner says as, the responsibility of man to society or the responsibility to the world and outside his home as well as in his own home . Joe Keller is a social, amiable man with a strong sense of humour. Indeed, Joe Keller strikes us as an eminently social man with an amiable nature. When, soon afterwards, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After having been confronted by Chris with his guilt and his responsibility in the death of Larry as well as other young pilots, Joe begins to realise his guilt and grows a sense of disillusionment with money which he has earned with such a hard labour, for the sake of his family. Joe listened Chris realises Larry s letter. Joe Keller said with broken heart, They were all my sons (89). Thus, the exposure of his guilt in the supply of defective cylinder heads, and of the fact of his being responsible for the suicide committed by Larry and the death of 21 young pilots whom he comes to acknowledge as his own sons, pains Joe very much. Joe Keller is a moving character whose place in All My Sons is quite important. Chris Keller, son of Joe Keller, becomes a prototype of a person having moral values of living life. While his father regards the family as the biggest or most important thing in life, he puts the society or humanity as a whole on a higher plane than the individual or the family. Joe Keller just told Annie that he would be prepared to give a well paid job in his business to Annie s father after that man s release from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Golden Compass In Phillip Pullman s The Golden Compass the theme of identity is explored through the journey of a young girl named Lyra. Taken from her ordinary world at Oxford University, Lyra explores the world through the eyes of different groups: the gyptians, ice bears and witches. Lyra does not journey alone, accompanying her is her conscience and soul otherwise known as her daemon, Pantalaimon. Daemons represent your spirit animal but have the brain of your conscience as they are the exact opposite in both gender and mind. Pan s identity is almost the complete opposite of Lyra s accept for his main form which to some extent represents Lyra s personality. For most of the book Pan is represented through the form of an ermine, his personal favourite ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Yes Chef Marcus Samuelsson In the memoir Yes Chef the author talked about his life from the begging up to now. Marcus Samuelsson was born in Ethiopia, and he used to live in rural area with his older sister and mother. His family was affected by tuberculosis, but his sister and he were survived. Since his mother was dead in tuberculosis, Marcus and his sister were adopted by a Swedish family. His sister and he grew up as a black Swedish children. Because of their skin color Marcus faced a lot of challenges; however he was a though man, and he did not give up for challenges. He started his career as a soccer player because since he was a child, he had been passionate with soccer; however, he did not achieve his dream because he was physically too small, he was rejected ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The book shows how many adopted children feels when they are grown up in different culture with different race. Many children are adopted, but some of them are glad to be adopted while others do not. Like Marcus, many adopted children go back to their country to find their biological parents while some do not even want to know about their origin. The book also express the pain of black people in the white community. Many people have faced several challenges because of their skin color some even bullied like Marcus, and he mentioned the challenges he faced because of his skin color. Moreover there are also some important lessons to become a successful person. Marcus scarified a lot of things to become a famous chef. For example, he did not visit his daughter and his ex girlfriend because he wanted to focus on his career and he was committed. The book also shows people should learn from their failures, and the author wrote about his failures; however he never gave up for challenges. On the other hand, the memoir also has some drawbacks. It seems boring for readers because the author mainly talks about food. However, I recommend the book for many people because it has some interesting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Hamlet as So Much More Than a Traditional Revenge Tragedy... Hamlet as So Much More Than a Traditional Revenge Tragedy Although Shakespeare wrote Hamlet closely following the conventions of a traditional revenge tragedy, he goes far beyond this form in his development of Hamlet s character. Shakespeare s exploration of Hamlet s complex thoughts and emotions is perhaps more the focus of the play rather than that of revenge, thus in Hamlet Shakespeare greatly develops and enhances the form of the traditional revenge tragedy. The main source of Hamlet is Saxo Grammaticus Historiae Danicae, a folk tale that has a similar plot to Hamlet; however, Shakespeare greatly transforms this story of revenge when creating Hamlet. Shakespeare also draws upon ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The revenge ghost is a convention Kyd took from Seneca s tragedies, and in fact, Don Andrea has similar parallels to the ghost of Achilles in Seneca s play Troades. The first appearance of the old king s ghost in the opening scene of Hamlet would have been suggestive of a revenge tragedy to an Elizabethan audience. However, the ghost does not demand revenge as Don Andrea does, but rather adds to the uncertainty and sense of foreboding in the scene. The play begins in a bitter cold night, bringing a sense of pathetic fallacy to the scene, as the setting adds to the sense of trouble in Denmark, as described by Horatio and Marcellus. It is not until Act I, Scene V that the ghost appears to Hamlet, demanding revenge [for] his foul and most unnatural murder, and thus introducing the theme of revenge in Hamlet. Although Hamlet proclaims that [he will] sweep to [his] revenge, he does not take his revenge until the final scene of the play. Hamlet s inaction and delay of his revenge is paralleled in The Spanish Tragedy, however the reasons for delay in Hamlet are somewhat different. In The Spanish Tragedy, immediately after Hieronimo discovers his son s body he claims that it is only in revenge [his] heart would find relief, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. In the 2001 biographical drama film A Beautiful Mind, John... In the 2001 biographical drama film A Beautiful Mind, John Nash is an American mathematician who suffers from a mental illness. At the beginning of the film, Nash arrives at Princeton University as a co recipient of the prestigious Carnegie Scholarship for mathematics. Nash is an arrogant, socially awkward graduate student, who devotes most of his time trying to discover a revolutionary equation in mathematics. About halfway through the film, we discover that a certain number of people and events that occur are actually hallucinations and delusions created within Nash s mind. At this point, it becomes apparent to the audience that Nash is suffering from a severe mental disorder. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He acts out this internal struggle with a physical and verbal confrontation against Charles (however in reality, Charles does not exist and therefore Nash is fighting with himself). Charles provokes Nash to kill himself, telling him to go on, bust your head, kill yourself... which demonstrates that Nash is having suicidal thoughts. His behavior also includes diminished impulse control as he throws a desk out the window of his dorm room. Nash attributes these thoughts and actions to Charles rather than himself since he believes Charles is a real person. John Nash suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and the most prominent symptom of paranoid schizophrenia is absurd or suspicious ideas and beliefs (Smith Segal, 2013). Over the course of the film, Nash demonstrates these symptoms. The ideas of delusions of persecution are the most frequent beliefs thought of by the individual and typically revolve around a centralized theme that remains consistent over time (Smith Segal, 2013). People with paranoid schizophrenia tend to have mistaken beliefs that one or more persons are plotting against them and putting their loved ones in harm s way (Berger, 2012). With this condition, they end up spending a lot of time thinking about how to protect themselves from the person or people they believe are trying to hurt them (Berger, 2012). People with paranoid schizophrenia show a history of increasing paranoia and difficulties ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Theme Of Feminist Power In Shakespeare s Margaret Of... Shakespeare has been admired for his strong female characters for quite some time, but often times when Margaret of Anjou is weighed against these women she s marginalized as one dimensional and callous. Several scholars claim that Margaret is inconsequential to the plot of Henry VI and Richard III, going as far as to cut her part from live performances wherever possible. Katherine Eggert compares Margaret to Joan of Arc s role in 1 Henry VI, saying that Margret s effect never becomes quite as incantatory as Joan La Pucelle s (69). Many scholars, including Thomas McNeal, Angela Pitt, and Marilyn French, have written off Margaret as a cruel whore in their works. With all the research that has been done on Shakespeare s Margaret of Anjou, very few scholars acknowledge the feminine power she represents and how pivotal her role is for accurately portraying Shakespeare s intentions for Henry VI and Richard III. Shakespeare showcases Margaret s entire lifespan and journey as a woman for a reason. He wants his audience to watch her go through every feminine archetype during her life on stage: maiden, wife, mother, and crone. This journey, coupled with her power over the men surrounding her, is incredibly important to the theme of feminine power within these works because Shakespeare wanted his audience to see that Margaret is female and strong. In a similar fashion, Shakespeare uses Margaret for his theme of feminine power by making her the only person smart enough to trick ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Coverage Bias Report A survey reported by the Pew Research Center, a so called fact tank , said that 77 percent of the surveyed that they have less confidence in the media because of reliability and bias. The other 33 percent could have been unaware of bias in their regularly visited news (or could they could be confident in the way they find news). Varying forms of bias affect susceptible audiences more than aware readers. As one of the most used forms of bias, coverage or confirmation bias is used all over the news. Coverage bias is used in online news articles, talk shows, TV, and in conversation. Coverage bias, as a main form of bias, can be easy to make and The host of the show, Jake Barlow, controls who, the callers, says what and what they say. If the caller were to disagree with Jake, he would speak over them not letting them speak or hang up before they could voice their opinion (Avi 138). The results of the Jake Barlow argument sided with Philip because he could control what was argued on his show. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jake Barlow s thought of New Hampshire on his show: Jake Barlow explains that he thinks that not allowing someone to express patriotism was unreasonable (and somewhat ironic) by mentioning that their license plates read Live free or die. (Avi 128) Jake Barlow uses irony to relate to his audience more which helps the audience . Conflicting Bias in News Coverage: Words such as contest or competition can be viewed by an audience by thinking of conflict.(Conners, 1) Varying connotations can be viewed as bias by readers that are not aware of the author s provided interpretation(interpretation that is not biased) as a bias with them or against them. Words with other types of synonyms can be interpreted differently. Description Bias in Media Coverage of Protest Events: Organized public demonstrations deemed important have an idea or aim to attract mass media for a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Cocaine Abuse Cocaine abuse has been a persistent health problem worldwide for many years (Platt, 2002). Adults aged 18 to 25 year have a higher rate of current cocaine use than any other age group, with 1.5 percent of young adults reporting past month cocaine use (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Every drug has a history as to how it came about, also, as to why it is used and or abused among adults. Each drug has its own chemical make up, along with how that drug works in the human body. Treatment of cocaine addiction must be comprehensive, and strategies need to assess the neurobiological, social, and medical aspects of the patient s drug abuse (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Due to the treatment intensity, how willing one ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... NA is a community twelve based program (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). Also, Narcotics Anonymous attenders were found to have more involvement with the criminal justice system, greater lifetime drug use, earlier age of first alcohol use, and prior treatment attempts than non/infrequent attenders (Davey Rothwell, 2008). However, NA may benefit form supportive fellowship and from sharing with those experiencing common problems and issues (The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction , 2013). (Meyer Quenzer, 2013) If attending a twelve step program on daily basis, one is more likely to have a positive outcome (Davey Rothwell, 2008). Treatment truly depends on how badly a person wants to start a new sober ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Iqbal Masih As A Hero In Francesco DAdamos Iqbal Masih, the hero that heroes look up to. Heroes are not people that have adequate, if not more, amount of money and are known worldwide, but instead they are people that are looked up to as role models or inspire people to do good things. They are admired for their strength, not just physically, but also mentally. In Francesco D Adamos, Iqbal, Iqbal Masih is the protagonist of the novel and he is shown as the redeemer of child labor. He is truly a hero as he possesses all the skills that any hero needs. He has shown his great potential in many cases where he is able to free innocent and vulnerable children from child labor. He was certainly able to send Pakistan s child laborers a clear message to stop child labor. Without a doubt he was definitely a hero. Analyzing the wonderful Iqbal book, this essay will talk about many instances when Iqbal showed his bravery and heroism providing examples and proving that Iqbal is a hero. Iqbal was not a kind of person that showed off his bravery and heroism. Bragging wasn t a word in his dictionary. He was a type of person who was a freedom fighter for people who were suffering from the pitiful, sorrowful crime, child labor. Iqbal was shown as the son of Eshan khan in a metaphorical way and called him his Father (father as in the sense of being a teacher) in terms of stopping child labor. There were multiple instances in which Iqbal Masih showed his heroism such as the event in which, he managed to escape from the grasp of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Best Of The Best Essay Examples I have made a colleague over the book Best of the Best by Tim Green. In this essay I will explain why I chose the pictures I chose and what they mean to the story I have read. In the top left hand corner of my project I have chosen theme, to be the topic of this section. The theme of this book is about a young twelve year old boy and his baseball dream. Notice I have used a slightly large picture of Derek Jeter that is because in the book Josh LeBlanc the main character says in page nine teen Jaden knows someday I hope to be play major league ball like my father, but since I am short stop I hope to be like Derek Jeter . I have also used a picture of the little league world series in Williamsport Pennsylvania this is because Josh and the Lexington all star team are on the road to the little league World Series. On page ten Josh s father tells him Josh I have to tell you tell you something maybe you should take a break from the Titans and join the Lexington all star tea m and help them get to the little league world series! This is a once and a lifetime opportunity Josh! . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I have chosen a picture of the United States, and a baseball as two of my pictures. First off the reason why I have chosen a baseball is, because the atmosphere is full of baseball every page has something to do with it. For example on page one hundred and two Josh states Josh was trying to cheer me up over my parents divorcing, but the only thing going through my mind was the championship game in Williamsport this Saturday . Why I have chosen to use a picture of the U.S.A is because they travel a lot on their road to get to Williamsport. For example on page eleven Josh states I could see it already Nashville, Dallas, Los Angeles, and if they were lucky Williamsport for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Jfk White House Tour Analysis Event On February 14, 1962, Jacqueline Kennedy gave an hour long televised tour of her restoration of the White House. With CBS News correspondent, Charles Collingwood by her side, Jackie Kennedy showed America the historic site, which was the first ever television tour inside. The film aired on both CBS and NBC at 10 o clock p.m., and was later rebroadcasted by ABC later in the week. The program reached a shocking 80 million viewers. This scripted broadcast fostered the awareness that the White House during the Kennedy Administration was different from that of those before. This home was one of elegance and grace, which was emulated by the First Lady, who America was able to see for an extended period of time during this broadcast. When explaining the reason for her restoration project Kennedy states, I just feel that everything in the White House should be the best the entertainment that s given here. If it s an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Kennedy s tour is representative of the role as a whole. This can be seen through the portrayal of first ladies through media coverage. It is clear the media plays a role in the formation and solidification of the First Lady stereotype, which is the visible symbol of the American woman of the time. The broadcast also brings forward questions of public and private life. Because of this portrayal, are there expectations of how all women should fulfill their gender role in society? There has always been a semblance of tension between the press and the First lady, as they represent women who are achieving more public power over time. Gutgold puts it perfectly when she says; To be seen and heard is progress for women in politics and in broadcasting (Gutgold). The performance by Jacqueline is a vibrant demonstration of he advancement of female power through ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Ethical Debate Concerning Cloning Essay The Ethical Debate Concerning Cloning In the year that has elapsed since the announcement of Dolly s birth, there has been much discussion of the ethical implications of cloning humans. Although the simple use of the word clone may have negative connotations, many people have resigned themselves to the idea of cloning cows that produce more milk or using a cloned mouse for use in controlled experimentation. However, the idea of cloning humans is a highly charged topic. Several authors have attempted to outline some of the ethical objections to cloning while at the same time minimizing the role religion plays in this debate. The objections posed by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A second argument for cloning starts with the idea of reproductive rights. This liberal view holds that every individual is entitled to the right to have a child as long as the child born is unharmed. Some philosophers point out that when talking about rights it is necessary to discern from whom these rights should come. This question is difficult to answer because it either assumes natural, God given rights or requires that the state ensure the right to reproduce or both. A third view says that cloning will provide for the possibility of improvement by giving birth to children who are free of birth defects, because when any two people create a child through sex there is the possibility for genetic defects. However, since clones are the exact replicas of someone already alive, their genetic dispositions will have already surfaced. Kass response is these three contexts are that they are all too passive. They ignore the value of the process of bringing forth new life and look at the question in terms of results and rights. He claims that we should look at this question from the anthropologic perspective that the meaning behind the process of having a child is what s important. With many of the reproductive biotechnologies now accepted by a large portion of society, we tend to forget that there is only one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. The History of Disneyland In 1955, Disneyland was created by Walt Disney because of his love for cartoons and continued to be built by Roy in 1966 after Walt Disney s death. Walt Disney was born December 5, 1901in Chicago, Illinois. He did not have the idea childhood due to his family being financially unstable and his father was not the nicest to him. As a child Walt s father Elias believed in corporate punishment and beat him regularly. Since the family was poor, they had to move around a lot so they could find jobs. Walt and his brothers were forced to get jobs at young ages to help pay the bills for the family. In 1910, Walt moved out to a farm in Kansas City, Missouri. On the farm, Walt would sketch the animals with charcoal and that was when he developed his love for drawing cartoons. In 1919 Walt completed his service in the Red Cross. He then moved back to Kansas City where he got a job in a Commercial Art Studio. While working in the Studio Walt became friends with Ub Iwerks. He would later become the key animator for the Walt Disney studios. Disney and Iwerks formed a short lived business that Disney took the remaining assets and 15,000 from local investors to create laugh o gram films and to move out to LA. Once in LA, Disney called Margaret Winkler, a film distributor, to announce his production of the laugh o grams. The laugh o grams featured a live girl, Alice who interacted with animated characters. In 1923 Winkler agreed to buy half a dozen Alive in Cartoonland films. Later that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Democratic Party Split Of 1860 Over The Slavery Issue The Democratic Party split in 1860 over the slavery issue. The Democrats from the Northern states were against slavery or at least the expansion of slavery in the new territories while the Democrats from the Southern states wanted to preserve slavery in their states and were for extending it in the new territories. On April 23, 1860, the Democrats met in Charleston, South Carolina with the goals of finalizing their platform and nominating a presidential candidate. In the North the Democratic candidate was the moderate Stephen Douglas. Voters in the South chose John Breckenridge, a defender of Southern rights . The Southern Democrats hated Douglas, although he was not completely opposed to slavery in the West, he wanted to limit the institution s use in the territories, by initiating popular sovereignty. A key play by Lincoln in the Lincoln Douglas Debates in 1858 helped the Southerners realize this. Because the Democrats were split between different candidates and the Republican Party was united behind Abraham Lincoln, they won more electoral votes. Therefore, Lincoln became president. Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president. It was his election that convinced South Carolina to secede from the Union. Though not an abolitionist, Lincoln was an opponent of slavery and determined to use all means at his disposal to stop its spread. Because the Republican Party was an anti slavery party, South Carolina, along with several other states, saw the election of Lincoln ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Health Information Technology Research Paper Privacy Relating to Health Information Technology From an American s perspective, privacy is seen as a natural part of life, yet the particulars of protecting that privacy is much more complex. While there are ways to keep information secure, such as incognito mode for web search browsers and options for private accounts in social media, privacy is still able to be violated by hackers and information slips through companies. The theme of technology in Extra Sensory Perception by Gershon Dublon and Joseph A. Paradiso and in The Historian as a Participant by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. reveals that as technology advances, methods of the past are being replaced for newer, more efficient ones, and that issues concerning privacy have emerged (Dublon ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... government has stepped in to protect patient privacy was by creating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996. HIPAA puts the responsibility of protecting health information for electronic records on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and although standards and requirements for the transmission of health information via electronics are established through HIPAA, it does not specify what type of security mechanism must be put in place (Luo). Still, improvements to the legislation have been made by the HITECH Act added in 2009 as can be seen through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the government group in charge of HIPAA, which says that the maximum penalty for each identical violation is $1.5 million ( HITECH Act... ). With fines set in place for violations of HIPAA, the persons or groups responsible for maintaining the regulations of HIPAA are given a heavy monetary punishment that would shut down any ideas of selling or releasing patient information and create a reason for going through with protecting the privacy of patients. In any case, a fine should be kept on violations of patient privacy to give persons or groups a valid reason not to violate their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Disadvantages Of Ghost Mannequins Using Ghost Mannequin for eCommerce Photography Nowadays, more and more brands and retailers use ghost mannequin photography to get a 3D, hollow man effect for their products. Ghost mannequins are also known as invisible mannequins, because of their capacity of becoming non viewable in photos. So if you want to learn how to use ghost mannequins to achieve a 3D effect for your products, then you just need to read this tutorial. Ghost mannequin photography is mainly used when you want to photograph products such as shirts, blazers, jackets, or jeans. The photos you realize with the help of these mannequins help your customers to get a better image of themselves wearing the garments they see. Many brands and retailers prefer shooting all of their garments using this method, as it helps ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...  Ghost mannequin. Depending on your needs, preferences, and budget, you can choose from the various mannequins that you find. You need to get one with removable chest and arms, so you can remove pieces individually to get the invisible product shots that you want.  Camera. For professional product photography, you need to use a camera that has at least the minimum requirements that are recommended for industry photography.  Studio lighting. You are recommended to use a source of continuous cool LED lamp, as they ensure consistent exposure, shadows and contrast.  Garments. Some of the garment types that you can use for this type of photography are blazers, coats, jackets and dresses.  Styling tools. You can use various tools to help the garments fit more tightly. These may include pins, clips, tissue paper, or tape. How to choose the right ghost mannequin for your garments As you probably imagine, ghost mannequins are available in various sizes and styles. So before you choose the mannequin to use, you need to ensure that it fits your products, as this is an essential part in getting great ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Sea Stars I understand why you may think sea stars are not important, however they are a keystone species and essential in their environment. If you are not sure what a keystone species is, it is a species that has a key role in sustaining the life of other organisms in an economic system (Ferrer, 2015). Many species of the rocky intertidal communities depend upon the sea star. Sea stars feed on sea urchins, which control the population. Without sea stars all other organisms would vanish except for mussels (Phelan, 2010). A sea stars role as a keystone species is maintaining an ecosystem by eating species that quickly reproduce such as urchins and mussels. The urchin population would multiply in large amounts hurting the kelp forests that they themselves ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You see Aunt Gertrude, the complete fallout of sea stars will have a domino effect on other organisms in the ocean eventually cutting into the food chain which would be a disaster once reaching us humans. Sea stars are not the only keystone species; it can be any species that sustains the life of other organisms in an environment. It is crucial to make sure these species are surviving and thriving. The loss of such an important character affects all the organisms in that environment. If we begin to loose biodiversity our planet will slowly deteriorate. More species means more growth and life on Earth. It also enables us with resources to recover more efficiently from natural disasters (Why is Biodiversity Important?). Each species relies on the next as a source of survival. The removal of a keystone species may eventually cause extinction of many other species, which would eventually result in the deterioration of our planet. Biodiversity is important to our planet for the purpose of sustaining all life on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Cannon Fire Research Paper The cannon first originated in the early Yuan Dynasty. The cannons that are thought of today are large tubes that have gunpowder, a cannonball, and a fuse inside of it. The fuse was where a spark could get to the gunpowder and set off an explosion. This explosion pushes the projectile through the cannon and sends it through the air. but, that isn t how it was when it was first invented. Today s cannons evolved from bombards, early handheld weapons that shot large stones through the air. Eventually, in the late Yuan dynasty, these bombards started to become bigger. As this weapon grew in size, the term cannon took over. Cannons were transformed from a vase shaped tube to a long, iron barrel. To make the cannon balls more deadly, they were filled ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Prior to the cannon, the sailing ship suffered major disadvantages in close quarter combat. Difficult to maneuver and dependent on the wind, early sailing vessels were no match for galleys on calm steady waters. Once cannons were fitted to sailing ships, however, the smaller, more controllable galleys were unable to approach. The large guns could cause serious structural harm to ships. They functioned like the rams that were fitted onto galleys, but permitted the attacking ship to maintain some degree of distance. Cannons damaged the ropes and attacked the buoyancy of ships. Large cannonballs destroyed ships in the same way that they knocked down castle walls. Furthermore, cannonballs that impaled wooden ships showered the interior of the struck ship with dangerous splinters. Naval warfare was revolutionized after the introduction of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Principles of Management and Leadership Edexcel Level 5 Diploma in Managament and Leadership Assignment One Principles of Management and Leadership Task 1 (a) Bennis (1989, p.45) listed differences in his book On becoming a leader as illustrated in the table below. |The Manager |The Leader | | | | |Administers |Innovates | |Is a copy ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Task 2 Using Tannenbaum and Schmidt s (1958) Continuum for leadership and involvement, my management style is Consult (Participative). This style allows me to adapt if/when required. It gives me the capacity to make the final decision with the added benefit of tapping into the ideas of subordinates. I think you can become blinkered and stagnate if you have held a position for sometime without listening to the ideas and view points of others. The benefits of this style are; openness to new ideas, encouraging innovation and increased efficiency. Due to the improved communication, it empowers employees to increase their ownership in their work which increases efficiency, productivity, consequently decreasing absenteeism, employee turnover and limiting the cost of manufacture. Being involved in decision making means they can immediately pin point areas for improvement, there is greater focus on self management, leading to increased skill sets with lesser need of supervision and support staff. Better communication leads to fewer grievances, with many issues resolved on the spot. Resistance to change is the biggest obstacle for this method, as employees have the right to not participate or may become sceptical of management using the information gained to manipulate them. The Tells (Autocratic) This is where a leader/manager has
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  • 30. Increased Military Spending During the Cold War Brought... The increase in military spending is another argument that caused stagnation in the Soviet Union during the period. Brezhnev spent huge amount of money in the defense sector and according to Blanchard Froot et al. (1994) the share of defense spending in GNP was 12% in 1960 70, and increased by 4% in 1975 80 to 16%, even though the country was is deep economic crisis. Brezhnev increased military spending each year; even as the country needed the spending in other important sectors, to boots the growth of the country, and caused low level of economic development. Brezhnev increased the spending specifically on nuclear materials production plants, compared to weapons. During this time in history both the superpower, USA and Soviet Union ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The doctrine made it possible for the country to intervene in another socialist state (any Eastern Bloc nation), internal affairs when the state social system and the states common interests were threatened. In early 1968 began the Czechoslovak Communist Party under the leadership of Alexander Dubček to introduce a series of reforms, including the abolition of censorship (Fordham.edu, 2014). In response to these efforts, the Soviet Union launched a policy to combat anti socialist forces (Wilde, 2014). The doctrine was first used in 1968 when the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia to end the Prague Spring (Fordham, 2014). The outcome of the invasion by the Soviet Union made Czechoslovakia go back to communist control, even if it meant a third world war (BBC, 2014). Mikhail Gorbachev s government denounced the Brezhnev doctrine in the late of Soviet Union s life. Policy change does not necessarily come with leadership change. Russia is a fundamentally different society than the Soviet Union. Communism is replaced by capitalism, Russians can travel abroad and Internet revolution has long since reached the country. Russia connoisseurs are comparing just the Putin controlled period, which the country is in now, with 18 years under Leonid Brezhnev from 1964 to 1982. Prime Minister Medvedev has talked a lot about modernization, but stagnation is the word that recurs when talking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Pros And Cons Of Online Advertising Critique Online Advertising Critique Introduction Online advertising campaign is a new way of product promotion with the development of Internet technology. The main purposes of the online campaign are always for the product promotion and brand marketing. Creative is the most important factor in the advertisement that used to express information. Based on the Ford advertising, the article will attempt to analyze the pros and cons of advertising content. In the first part, the article will analyze the advertising content from the overall perspective; to list out the components of the advertising campaign. Then, the article will discuss the effectiveness of the advertising campaign based on personal opinions and the peer reviews. Finally, the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These kind of the people is the target audience, because they actually owned the Ford s product; they have the experience with Ford for a year or longer. The main objective for the target audiences group is to maintain their brand loyalty and to create resonance with the brand concepts. The potential audiences of the advertising have two groups. The first group is the youth people, and the age range from 16 25; these people are looking for the first car in their life. The second group is those non Ford users, and the age range from 25 45. This group of people have their own experiences with others brand, and they may be looking for new brand to replace the old brand. However, these two groups of people can only be regarded as potential audience, because the main purpose of this advertising is to promote the brand conceptual, rather than to promote the actual product. The format of the advertising is video, and the duration of the video is one minute forty three second. Video is an useful online format for convey large amounts of information; it allows the producer to leave as more information to the audiences as possible. Compare to the static picture, the dynamic video makes information more sequential; the audiences can gradually receive information in a certain order. The release platform of the advertising is YouTube; it is the largest and most popular website in the world. YouTube allows the companies to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Sir Ernest Shackleton s Survival Body Paragraph #1 Shackleton s Personality Sir ernest shackleton [1874 1922] was a polar explorer who led the three british expeditions to the Antarctic , and one of the principal figures of the period known as the Heroic age of the Antarctic . His goal is to get to the Antarctic first before anyone does , but he couldn t be able to get to the Antarctic on time . Still Shackleton didn t give up on his goal , in 1914 Shackleton had made his third trip to the Antarctic on a ship called the endurance , where he invited some people to come along too on the expedition . Some people would think of him as crazy and others would think of him as a true leader . Shackleton is a very effective leader because he doesn t want to lose his goal and doesn t want to lose his target to get to the South pole . Body Paragraph #2 Leadership Skills ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He wanted to cross Antarctica via south pole , so that he could be at least the first person to cross the south pole . He is also has the honesty in himself , which meant that he is not a bad leader but a good one , he helps everyone when they re in need . Shackleton had build up to about 28 members on the team . He is also decisive , which means that when he makes a decision they have to stick to it . He is also a strict leader , so he doesn t like anyone messing around . Shackleton is the bravest and strongest leader than any other leader is , he always makes sure that nothing gets in his way or his men s way because he wants to make sure that his men are in task . Shackleton is a tough and a disciplined leader because he s always right on task . Shackleton also have like good core values and he s always team spirited and he also recruited the best and the right people on the team ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Three Stages Of Early Sequential Bilingualism Early sequential bilingualism. Nativist McLaughlin (1984) claims that children whose ages are from two to six, can develop their language competences naturally, so at the time they start their formal education process, they have already mastered them. The author states that during these ages, children are so curious that they start creating and experimenting with language. She also affirms that second language acquisition takes place when children s listening and speaking skills have been well established in their mother tongue before being exposed to a second one. Likewise, a great expositor of early childhood sequential bilingualism is Titone, 1972 (as cited in Beardsmore, 1986), he states that when children are around four to five years ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first one is characterized by a silent period. During this stage children listen and observe speakers of the target language s non verbal hints. It is a period that might take a couple of months and teachers should allow it to happen without pressuring the child. During this stage, communication is conveyed by paralinguistic features such as gestures, body language, facial and deictic expressions, to later start replicating some memorized fixed expressions and/or phrases constantly heard from their teachers. In the second stage, children start creating their own sentences in the second language. It is a period where teachers need to be aware of each child s language development to provide not only timely feedback, but also to praise and support them along the process. Finally in the last stage, children start employing the new linguistic code with a more accurate pronunciation, lexical and grammatical use. It is important to mention that during these stages, children code switching back and forth in their two languages. This is considered by the authors as a typical characteristic of bilingual users and it actually helps to increase their fluency ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Essay on Literary Analysis of Movie Literary Analysis of Movie How does it feel starting over in a completely new place? In the movie The Karate Kid , Daniel, the main character, and his mom moved to the California from New Jersey because of his mom s new job offer. Daniel started going to school in California and met a girl named Ali, whom he started to like. He started going out with her. Daniel was getting beat up by some bullies; one of them was Ali s ex boyfriend. They knew karate very well, but Daniel did not. So Daniel decided to learn karate. Daniel and his mom were living in an apartment and one day he discovers that the handyman at his apartment, Mr.Miyagi, knows karate very well. He asked Mr.Miyagi to teach him karate, and Mr.Miyagi became his karate teacher. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Good teachers can make their students future better because students follow what their teachers say. On the contrary, bad teachers have the power to make their students future horrible because then the student will follow what the bad teachers say. Do you believe that moving to California can change the person they are? In the movie, when Daniel moved to the California, he felt lonely. He did not have any friends; he was frustrated and started begging his mom to go back home when the bullies made his life hell. After meeting Mr. Miyagi and his new friend Ali, who became his girlfriend, he started learning the lessons of life and started liking the new place. In the beginning, Daniel believed that karate was all about fighting, but after meeting Mr.Miyagi, he learned that karate is all about balance, which is important in a person s life. When he got injured on his left leg during the final round in the karate championship tournament, he decided to play the final point by balancing himself on one leg, knocking down his opponent, and achieving victory. Overall, good friends and teachers have significant influences over a teenager s life. Life s hard for people who migrate to a country. Did you ever think about immigrants who come from another country? First of all, I identify with this movie because Daniel moves from New Jersey to California. I moved from India to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Sarbanes-Oxley Act Case Study The Sarbanes Oxley Act also helped managers see that their companies had many weaknesses, such as lack of enforcement of existing policies, unnecessary complexity, clogged communications, and a feeble compliance culture (2006), per the Harvard Business Review. Managers and executives could recognize their company s weaknesses because SOX requires publicly traded companies to be standardized. Section 302 explains the corporate responsibility behind the financial reports, such as how the CEO and CFO must be involved in the auditing process and how they must report any fraud that they see in the reports. This section forced managers to overlook their internal audits and therefore helped them to see what needed to be done to improve the financial ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though it is a requirement for publicly traded companies, private and nonprofit companies benefit from it as well. Executives and management follow SOX s practices and benefit from the positive outcomes. Private and nonprofit companies have also improved their documentation system, improved policies and procedures, and updated or added whistleblower policies. Many private and nonprofit companies are implementing SOX requirements to improve their companies overall operations. The Sarbanes Oxley Act therefore has been beneficial not only to publicly traded companies, but also to private and nonprofit companies, improving the accounting system in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Narrative Essay On Cheer Practice I got early to cheer practice at the West Hempstead Middle school and me, Emma, and Betty were bored so Betty said, let s play tag. So we played when we were be chased on the benches. We were all laughing and saying don t get me. So then when I jumped down off the bench then I heard a CLICK noise my foot was on its side and it hurt.I walked over to my mom walking on my heel and I said Mom I fell on the side of my foot and it really hurts not like a little scratch. She said, You re fine suck it up Then I walked away to my team. So we started practicing and my foot hurt when I walked so I walked on my heal and it didn t hurt so when we started doing our cheers. When I jumped and landed it really hurt so I sat out of practice. I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was bruised and swollen so we went to the hospital that night I found out it was fractured and I got a soft cast and they said in a week go to a podiatrist so we did and I got a boot and I was on churches. I was so upset because the soccer season was just about to start and I couldn t play but I still tried to go to every game and support my team. I was also missing karate so I went once and there were a lot of people and I sat in the front and taught some parts of the class. Every night the back of my heel hurt so when we went to the podiatrist and she took of my soft cast there was a sore filled with blood on the back of my heel. The podiatrist said i ll be in the boot for a while because of my heel I couldn t get a shoe on. So I missed a lot of soccer but then in October I was ok and out of the boot just I wasn t cleared yet to play gym recess or soccer. When I finally got cleared my soccer team was happy to hear I was ok. But, then soccer was almost over. Then basketball started right after I got cleared so my mom cept asking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Death Of Our Village When I was young our village was much different than the hell we are in now. It all began when me and some other children were playing on the beach. We suddenly saw something floating in the distance. It appeared to be an enemy ship approaching, but as it was drawn further in by the rolling tide, we could make out outlines of a human figure. Slowly but surely the waves pushed the mysterious being onto the shore. We dragged him over to the sand. Water began to sprout from his mouth like a newly dug up spring. With little sputtered coughs he vomited the sea water all out. His eyes shot open shocking us all. With all his might he tried to raise his body, only to be lose out to his exhaustion. With all the commotion gone, we were able to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We did not even have to clean off his face to know that the dead man was a stranger. The village was made up of only twenty odd wooden houses that had stone courtyards with no flowers and which were spread about on the end of a desert like cape. There was so little land that mothers always went about with the fear that the wind would carry off their children and the few dead that the years had caused among them had to be thrown off the cliffs. But the sea was calm and bountiful and all the men fitted into seven boats. So when we found the drowned man we simply had to look at one another to see that we were all there. That night the men did not work at sea. While the men went to find out if anyone was missing in neighboring villages, the women stayed behind to care for the drowned man. The woman took the mud off with grass swabs, they removed the underwater stones entangled in his hair, and washed him with soap and water. As they were doing that we noticed that the vegetation on him came from faraway oceans and that his clothes were in tatters, as if he had sailed through labyrinths of coral. But only when they finished cleaning him off did we become aware of the kind of man he was and it left them breathless. He was the tallest, strongest, most virile, and best built man we had ever seen. We could not find a bed in the village large enough to lay him on nor was there a table solid enough to use for him. The tallest men s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. RA-ILD Research Paper Unfortunately, we have a little evidence for the treatment of ILD associated with RA,due to the lack of trials and general guidelines.In terms of nonmedical treatment there are some simple measures that every patient with RA ILD should follow.These measures include1)stop of smoking(Due to the correlation between smoking and pathogenesis of RA ILD) 2) supplemental oxygenation 3)patient education 4) pulmonary rehabilitation 5) active immunization against ifluenza and pneu monococcal disease and all patients on immunosuppresive therapy should receive prophylaxis against Pneumocystis Jirovecii pneumonia. The medical treatment of RA ILD is associated with many factors.These factors include: 1)the presence of symptoms or not:with absence of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 3)In patients with significant pulmonary compromise the benefit of the medical therapy outweighs the potential harmful effects of and therapy should be started. The cornerstone of treatment in patients with RA ILD is immunosuppresive treatment consisting of corticosteroids especially in patients with OP or NSIP as mentioned previously.Corticosteroids can lead to better clinical outcome and also there is evidence that they limit the radiographic pro gression of the disease.Corticosteroids can be used as monotherapy or can be used in combination therapy with cytotoxic agents such as azathriopine,cyclosporine and cyclophospamide.In addition, there is a new study that showed some interesting results in patients treated with monotherapy of mycophelonate mofetil(MMF) which is also a cytotoxic agent.More specifically,in this study 125 patients with connective tissue disease ILD(18 of them had RA ILD) were treated with MMF. The results were that those patientes with non UIP forms of ILD showed clinical improvement ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...