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Women In Leslie Chang s Factory Girls And Her TED Talk
Women s rights and equality were cornerstones of Chinese modernization, especially of Mao s vision
of an egalitarian socialist state (illustrated by his slogan that women could hold up half the sky ).
Increased female participation in labor seen as essential to the state and party agenda. While there
were without a doubt many issues women still faced within this period, many policies of the Chinese
Communist Party contributed to women s equality. However, after Mao s death and Deng Xiaoping s
rise to power and his vision of the nation as Socialist with Chinese Characteristics, and the
implementation of China s Open Door Policy, women have again become subordinated in many
spheres of society. Yet instead of relying on male political theorists ... Show more content on
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Dagong means working for the boss or selling labor, and illustrates the commodification of labor and
the subordinate status of the worker, in contrast to socialist imaginations of work as liberating. Mei
means little sister, often associated with young, unmarried women in contrast to jie , the older, mature
sister . Thus, the term dagongmei symbolizes the subordination of female migrants, both as migrant
workers under urban factory owners, and as women expected to work long hours, some sacrificing
their education, in order to support their families. Pun articulates the very real struggles many
dagongmei face, from the 1993 Shenzhen factory fire that killed over 80 migrant workers, all but two
female, only then alerting China and the rest of the world of the human costs of China s rapid
development to one woman, Yan, who screams in her sleep after years of work despite being in deep
physical and emotional pain. Such pain is unbearable, and to scream out is the only way to survive.
Yet as Pun argues, their very survival is of itself a form of resistance. These migrant workers may not
be organizing, staging mass strikes or protests against the state or factory owners, but they are
resisting. By screaming out, Yan is forcing the world to hear her pain. By telling
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Light And Darkness In Macbeth
Light and darkness are, immediately recognized and thought of as, universal symbols that have been
used for centuries. These iconic symbols help us to portray the good and evil in something or
someone. This concept of light and dark, night and day, and good and bad is portrayed throughout
Shakespeare s play The Tragedy of Macbeth. Shakespeare uses these contrasting themes in order to
generate an image of the assorted conflicts, twists, and symbols in the scheme of the story. The entire
tragedy revolves around the effects of such events and the collision, of the deeper meaning, between
what light and dark symbolizes. The imagery of these two well known opposites either brings things
together or tear things apart.
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Light doesn t show much until the end of the play when Macbeth finally dies. Light symbolizes the
small amount of goodness that is left. At the beginning, King Duncan is the symbol of light because he
is a perfect example of a good and honorable King who does his job right. But the second he is
murdered, darkness arrives in the story. As the story continues, Lady Macbeth finds herself a victim to
the deceitfulness of her mind. In Act five, Scene one, her remorse beings to show its effects on her.
This ultimately causes her to become ill. The doctor describes his helplessness for her but begins to
watch her when she sleepwalks. While doing so, the doctor asks Lady Macbeth about the light she is
holding. He wants to know where it came about her, when the gentlewoman tells him, Why, it stood
by her: she has light by her continually, tis her command. (Act V. Scene I) Lady Macbeth is flooded
with guilt, therefore she doesn t sleep well. She fears the aftereffects of her horrible deeds. Because
she s so fear filled of the darkness that comes to punish her, she demands to have a light kept close by
her at all times. She is doing this because she is aware that she lives in darkness. Therefore, she tries to
use a deceitful light source to help keep her guilt away. When you are in the pure darkness you need
some form of light to be able to see. Before Banquo is murdered, he calls
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Why Do Advertisers Use Weasel Words
Phrases and words are utterly powerful. Whichever words or phrases you decide to say can impact
amazing results. Language is a powerful source of symbols for us to communicate to others. Many
people receive advantages and disadvantages for what they say. A few times every month you would
see the president present a speech to the public. The president does not write up a speech by himself,
he has a speechwriter to fulfill that job. His speechwriter gets paid a great amount of money just to put
together a few words and phrases that he/she knows will bring great results or poor results. Words
influence people every day. Advertising is the act of producing advertisements to sell products or any
other service. There are thousands of commercials ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Weasel words are used to evade or retreat from a direct or forthright statement or position. Most
advertisers use these words to portray to their audience that their products are great without any actual
proof. The most common weasel word is help . Advertisers use this particular word to claim that their
product will assist with a consumer s problem but there is no legitimate answer that it actually will.
They want the consumers to believe that it will satisfy their needs. In a Trident Gum commercial, the
advertisers used a common weasel word to prove the need of their product. The commercial begins
with the speaker stating that four out of five dentists would recommend Trident to their patients who
chew gum. Next, it goes into a visual of five dentists voting if they would recommend the gum. While
the dentists are voting, a squirrel jumps through the window and sneaks its way to the fifth dentist.
While the fifth dentist starts to say its vote, the squirrel goes through his pants and bite his genitals
making the dentists scream NO! . At the end of the commercial, the speaker states that Trident Gum
helps stop cavities. The advertisers are promising that their gum will solve dental issues for any
consumers without any real
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A Writing Ecology Is A Dynamic, Interconnected System Of...
A writing ecology is a dynamic, interconnected system of communication, which works together
through interaction and sharing. As the term ecology traditionally refers to the relationships between
organisms in an environment, the ability to metaphorically link this to a concept of writing redefines
the complexity of networked technologies and the influences of technological change. The ability to
participate in a digitally evolving space opens up new possibilities and opportunities when accessing
and expressing knowledge and information. Snowfall (Branch, 2016) is an explicit example of this as
it demonstrates key concepts through optimising its environment. By allowing the audience to actively
engage themselves in the text, Snowfall revolutionised traditional media in its time.
Writing as a digitally networked environment enriches the experience of the reader by allowing them
to interact with new technological forms. The ability to engage in multimodal writing spaces exceeds
traditional alphabetic text by drawing upon the audience s sensory responses. New multimodal media
explores still and moving images, music, colour and sound that entices and interacts with the
responder. Snowfall is an example of this as it discusses the affects an avalanche had on the town of
Tunnel Creek. Its interactive form produces an interesting layout, which gives the reader a more active
and dynamic experience in contrast to traditional and more restrictive written text. By using a
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Working For Inner City Education Foundation Public Charter...
In many aspects of life, it is essential that you work with other individuals as a team. You can work in
a team whether it is school, work, or your personal life. This year I started working for Inner City
Education Foundation public charter schools, specifically ICEF Inglewood Elementary Academy. The
school has approximately 40 staff members that were all placed together by the director of the school.
There are multiple classifications at my job such as instructional assistants, teachers, office staff,
intervention specialists, operations, and janitors, but we all operate as one unit. Through the five
stages of team development, our team developed and continues to develop into a successful team.
Forming Stage: When I first started working for the school in August, I never met any of the people
who would be working at the school along with me. The first day I arrived to work I learned that the
new team I was going to be a part of at ICEF Inglewood Elementary had 96% of new staff. During
this time I realized the team was in the forming stage, we were all getting acquainted and oriented
with each other. The team leaders aided in this stage by providing a breakfast followed by games for
the whole staff. During the breakfast, making conversation I felt the feeling of uncertainty I was not
sure if I would like it or fit in. After breakfast, we played games that were used as ice breakers. The
icebreakers we played began to make me feel comfortable and realize I had a lot in
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The Influences In Arthur Ashe s Life
Ashe growing up and how his environment had affected him. Born in Richmond during segregation,
Ashe learn and used his experiences to help shaped him into the man he was when he stood up for
equal rights and apartheid. Ashe grew up knowing who and what he was. He had to accept who he was
and his role in society. Ashe used tennis to understand the world around him. Ashe used tennis as a
podium to express his views and his conviction. Ashe was not only influenced by the society that he
grew up in the also the role that his father and others had set for Ashe. Ashe used his experiences in
his life to create his own philosophy and approach to fighting inequality and injustice. Ashe was not
just a tennis player, as much as he wanted to believe. Arthur Ashes words and actions help influence
the protest in South Africa and around the world. Arthur Ashe was born in Richmond, Virginia on July
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Ashe was born and raised in Richmond. Richmond was the only thing Ashe knew. The segregated
town in the south deny Ashe entries parks, theaters, and force to ride separate buses. To maintain
residential segregation, Richmond officials zoned each city block into black and white sections.
Richmond to Ashe was a glass ceiling that he never realized was there until he left. When I decided to
leave richmond, I left all that richmond stood for at the time its segregation, its conservatism, its
parochial thinking, its slow progress toward equality,its lack of opportunity for talented black people.
Ashe believed that Richmond didn t do anything for blacks and didn t want to change that. As a kid
Ashe didn t let segregation discourage him and he saw it as a way of society. After leaving Richmond
Ashe said he would never would return. The segregation that Ashe experience during his life in
Richmond according to Ashe never bothered him, until he realized that segregation change his tennis
as
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Carp Fishing Tips
Whats the alternative to lead weights?
In this article I would like to talk about some different ways of getting more out of your carp fishing.
Recently I have started to do a few things differently and I think it is making a difference.
Firstly the length of hooklink. Over the last few years articles have talked about using shorter
hooklinks but I don t see many people using them, I m talking about very short 21/2 3inches. I reckon
some anglers are not keen on this because your bait is sitting very close to the lead, but your bait is not
always the length of your hooklink away from the bait anyway, lots of times when you ve cast the bait
follows the lead down and could be sitting right next to the lead unless when you tighten up you move
the lead! If you don t like your bait very close to the lead why is that?, is it because you think carp can
recognise danger when they see the lead! I reckon on well fished waters carp are cautious of leads that
s why I ve starting using the Stonze . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
All the anglers fished the same lake and used the Stonze system with the very short hooklinks and
used the method with Pallatrax boilies. Over 48 hours 984lb of carp were caught plus tench and roach.
Images curtesy of Brian Atkins 2003
I noticed that directly you cast out you would get small fish attacking the method and would get
bleeps and knocks until the bigger fish moved in and you would get a run. If we had all used 3oz leads
and 10 inch hooklinks I m convinced we wouldn t have caught so many fish. If you use long
hooklinks carp can pick up your bait and move twice the distance of your hooklink before they tighten
to the lead.
Different Rig 3
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Family Health History
Individuals that know and understand their family s health history are more prepared to change, adjust,
and plan strategies that reduce their risk of developing and susceptibility to genetic diseases and other
health ailments. I will reflect on the history, health problems, and risks of genetic diseases present for
each family member throughout three generations. Advancements in genetic scientific research may
predict an individual s susceptibility to diseases and health ailments and may encourage behavioral
changes to reduce this risk (Collins, Ryan, Truby, 2014, p. 480). Questions, interventions, answers,
and strategies will be presented throughout this paper to ensure a better understanding of health risks
and ailments prevalent in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Health risks involving the effects of how excess mucus in the lungs causes respiratory problems and
how it prevents the pancreas from releasing digestive enzymes that break down food and absorb vital
nutrients will be discussed (Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 2016). An intervention and treatment plan will
be tailored to the individual and include specialized management and care of dedicated and
specialized medical professionals. Therapies will be discussed and implemented that will provide
techniques, equipment, and medicines that will loosen and thin mucus to clear the airways, reduce
infections, and improve the absorption of vital
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A New Era Of Deep Cooperation
A New Era of Deep Cooperation
Economic 2166F
November 29, 2016
Jingwen Guo
250811379
In recent years, airlines build a closer relationship, especially European airlines and Chinese airlines.
Europe is the headstream of airplane, but compared to North America, European aviation is a little bit
weak on the ridership. In late 1990s and early 2000s, Europe had more interactions with American
aviation. In recent years, Europe set China as a new partner. European aviation is trying to expand its
international market through increasing new cooperation.
In recent years, the relationship between Chinese and European Aviation is getting closer. The
strongest evidence is that Chinese government and European Union have signed a 5 year work
agreement for reducing the economic burden in aviation industry, preserving aviation safety and
environmental compatibility. European Union and China emphasized the importance of this project by
preparing over 10 million euro as its budget. The detailed work plan was reviewed and updated in
September 2016. This is the first official cooperation in European and Chinese aviation, which is
managed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Civil Aviation Administration of
China.
In terms to those individual airlines, there is another event that caught the public attention is that the
chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Carsten Spohr and Mr. Song
Zhiyong, President and Executive Director of Air China
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Persuasive Essay On A Car
A car is a purchase any parent will have to face at some point down the road but, finding the most
affordable and durable option can be tricky. Most will put the research aside and let the internet, or car
salesperson, tell them which car is best but that does not mean it is best suited for them. After careful
research, comparisons, and consideration towards three different cars, a Jeep Cherokee, Nissan Rogue,
and Honda CR V, teens will be able to make the most responsible purchase and parents will be left at
ease with their child s decision. A teen will want to work with his or her parents to find a car with the
best fuel economy, lowest scheduled payments, and best safety ratings. Fuel economy may not seem
like it would be a person s deciding factor when choosing a car, however, everybody will want to be
aware of it. Fuel economy is very important to someone who does not want to make several stops at
the gas station during the day, or worse, pay for said gas more than they should. The gas a car needs to
run fluctuates in price but typically stay pretty high and those costs will add up. Each car model
consumes a different amount of gas to go the same distance, this is shown through a city/highway
miles per gallon comparison to check how much gas will be used. For a Jeep Cherokee, the
comparison is twenty one/thirty or four gallons for every one hundred miles; a Nissan Rogue is twenty
six/thirty three or three point three gallons for every one hundred miles; and a Honda
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Response to Turner s Essay on The Significance of the...
Response to Turner s Essay on The Significance of the Frontier in American History
Turner s The Significance of the Frontier in American History essay presents the primary model for
comprehending American history. Turner developed his notions on the uncovering of the 1890 census
that the frontier was coming to an end, that the nation had occupied its continental borders. As Turner
discusses in his essay, an extensive era of American development approached an ending, but left
enduring marks on American society. A major notion within his claims of the American frontier is, the
existence of an area of free land, its continuous recession, and the advance of American settlement
westward, [that] ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Critics denounce Turner s thesis as being much too ignorant on economic concerns of past industrial
America. Turner was also criticized for removing the natives from his narrative and further ignores
alternative motives. Furthermore, the notion of the frontier is also criticized as being environmentally
deterministic as people did not being fresh based on ambitions, but were merely victims of their
current surroundings.
Supporters of Turner s thesis, defend Turner s ideas of the frontier as the opportunity to spawn
individualism, democracy, and freedom. Furthermore, they announce his claims as valid and
reasonable, defending Turner s notions that during the great American frontier the thinkers were
restless and inquiring, but what they lacked was room in which to try out their innovations…The
frontier offered them the room and the opportunity. (Webb, 53)
While Turner s critics are valid in the sense that Turner s account on the frontier did not reveal the
environmental determinism and his lack of revealing the presence of natives with his narrative as
profound flaws within his claims, nevertheless, his thesis remains extremely influential within
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Gullivers Supposed English Superiority Essay
Gullivers Supposed English Superiority Gulliver s typical Anglocentric Enlightenment views are best
exemplified in Chapter 1 of Part IV of Gulliver s Travels. The long paragraph, in which he describes
his encounter with the Yahoos as well as the circumstances leading up to it, illustrates the climax of
his Anglocentric views, after which his English pride begins to gradually degenerate and his desire to
emulate the Houyhnyms arises. His English pride in this paragraph is demonstrated by his resolution
to trade his life with the local Savages using Toys as his only means, his judgment of the Yahoo s lack
of comprehensive language ability, and his ever present disgust for bodily functions. As the passage
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Due to his sense of Enlightenment superiority, Gulliver does not even entertain the possibility that his
life actually is as insignificant as the Toys which he plans on trading for it. Ironically, as his pride
degenerates into a hatred for his own race, Gulliver indeed starts to believe in the insignificance of
human life. After Gulliver considers his options, he inspects the island and observes a species of
animals whom he likens at different points in the paragraph to goats, squirrels, monsters, cattle and
beasts. It is no wonder then, that later when Gulliver reveals that these creatures are human beings,
that his reader is surprised. He describes their shapes as Singular and deformed....their Skins were of a
brown Buff colour. Perhaps one reason Gulliver does not initially see any resemblance between
himself and the Yahoos is because they are not white; perhaps his Anglocentric ideal does not permit
any color but white to be acknowledged as his equal. What seems certain, however, is the fact that
Gulliver feels an immediate antipathy to the Yahoos because they show no indication of having a
rational language. In watching them, he does not see them speak to each other and this alienates him
because as we see in each voyage, it is imperative to Gulliver that he learn the language of the peoples
he encounters, from the Lilliputians to the Brobdingnagians. As with all his journeys, he wants to find
inhabitants that he may
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Japan As A Collectivist Country
Many westerners view Japan as a collectivist country that differs greatly when comparing it to western
countries such as the United States in cultural aspects. One may explain that Confucianism plays a key
role in how the Japanese society functions. Others may argue that Japan is distinctively different and
no other country share similar traits. People can see the evidence of Japan being a collectivistic
country by comparing Japan to other countries in the concept of high context society versus low
context society. How do Japan and other countries differ in culture? Japan is regarded as a high
context society and on the other hand the United States is considered a low context society. In high
context societies, people often value relationships more than partnership. The virtue of harmony is the
main emphasis in high context societies. In the United States students are often encouraged to know
how to form an argument and debate with other people to prove their opinion and persuade other
people to agree. On the contrary, Japanese students learn about teamwork through different task and
recognize oneself as a member of the society. In Japan, people discourage competition and encourage
cooperation. Unlike the United States where children are often praised for being unique and special,
Japan tends to prefer conformity and children are advised to be just like everyone else in the group.
Although it has changed throughout the past decade, before all most all female Japanese
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Assignment On Language Diversity
P age |1
Janine Wiggill( Student No:30147794)
Unit 1: Language as a process
Assignment 02 Observe Interview / Exploring language diversity where you live Task 1: Observe your
community I live on a farm in the Kwa Zulu Natal Midlands. I spent three mornings on a building site
observing three builders from the local community at work. (please refer to Image 1 below)
IMAGE 1 SPARAK , HAMILTON AND SIMPHIWE ON A BUILDING SITE IN LIDGETTON,
KZN MIDLANDS Prior to spending time observing the men, I approached them and introduced
myself to them. I greeted them in isiZulu and I asked if they understood English. One of the three men
confirmed that he could communicate in English, and he offered to translate my request to the other
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Hamilton learnt the basics of English whilst attending school (completed Grade 8). Due to the fact that
isiZulu is spoken more widely in KZN, South Africa than Sesotho, it was not as necessary / important
for Hamilton to learn how to communicate in Sesotho, as much as it was for Sparak and Simphiwe to
learn how to communicate in isiZulu. Why are they acting / behaving in certain ways? During their
lunch break on day two, I noticed that Sparak and Simphiwe each had a brightly coloured blanket
which they wrapped around their shoulders. They sat down, flat on the grass, and ate their lunch
(consisting of spinach, potato and pap , which is a stiff, mealie meal), using their fingers to scoop their
food into their mouths. No other eating utensils were used. Simphiwe, the younger of the two Sotho s,
treated the older Sparak, with much respect. This was evident when I observed that he waited for
Sparak to sit down first, he handed Sparak his lunch, and he fetched water for Sparak to drink.
Hamilton joined Sparak and Simphiwe for lunch. However, he sat on a low wooden bench and he didn
t have a bright blanket wrapped around his shoulders. The lunch that Hamilton was eating was samp
and beans. (Traditional Zulu meal). Hamilton ate his lunch with a spoon. He did not eat with his hands
at all. The three men very willingly offered and shared their lunch with each other. I read up on the
manner in which the three men behaved and I learnt the following: It is part of
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Examples Of Cultural Hegemony In Doris Lessing
Thesis Statement
Understanding the facts that are presented by Gramsci, Raymond and Althusser, regarding the growth
of the theory of cultural hegemony that is typically originated from Marxist ideas and the post colonial
theory, it is indispensable to apply this to the novels of Doris Lessing. The novels of Lessing are
written mostly about women who lived in the colonial countries and have experienced the problems of
the colonizer and repercussion of colonization. The novels chosen for this research are The Grass is
Singing, The Golden Notebook and The Children of Violence series. The projected thesis aims to
study the hidden injuries of a class which is hurt by the so called rulers. It is the aim of the scholar to
bring out the elements which reveal the dignity of the oppressed, and the economism and politics of
the author as externalized in the selected novels. The main aim is to study the elements hegemony in
these novels. There is great evidence that can be culled from these novels about the fragmented
societies where gender, race and class determine the destiny of people. The author uses a conventional
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Much of her work is concerned with the everyday and inner lives of sensitive, receptive women.
Lessing was awarded Nobel Prize in Literature in 2007. The Swedish Academy described her as that
epicist of the female experience, who with scepticism, fire and visionary power has subjected a
divided civilization to scrutiny . Lessing was the eleventh woman and the oldest person yet to receive
the Nobel Prize in Literature. The premier and foremost literary honour was given to a woman who
has analyzed and judged human nature in the second half of the 20th century like no other literary
writer, when Doris Lessing won the Nobel Prize for Literature in
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Adware
Caleb Olumuyiwa
N/T 2580 Introduction To Information Security
Week 2 A ssigment
Define Key Terms.
Adware | A software program that collects infor mation about Internet usage and uses it to present
targeted advertisements to users.
Asset | Any item that has value to an organization or a person.
Attack | An attempt to exploit a vulnerability of a computer or network component
Backdoor | An undocumented and often unauthor ized access method to a computer resource that
bypasses normal access controls.
Black hat hacker | A computer attacker who tries to break IT security for the challenge and to prove
technical prowess.
Cookie | A text file sent from a Web site to a Web browser to store for later use. Cookies contain
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Phreaking | The act of studying, experimenting with, or exploring telephone systems, telephone
company equipment, and systems connected to public telephone networks.
. Pop up | A type of window that appears on top of the browser window. Pop ups generally contain ads.
Although pop ups are not strictly adware, many adware programs use them to interact with users.
Replay attack | An attack in which the attacker captures data packets from a network and retrans mits
them to produce an unauthorized effect Rootkit | A type of malware that modifies or replaces one or
more existing programs to hide the fact that a computer has been compromised. script kiddie | A
person with little or no computer attack skills. Script kiddies simply follow directions or use a
cookbook approach without fully under standing the meaning of the steps they are performing.
security breach | Any event that results in a violation of any of the A I C security tenets. session
hijacking | A network attack in which the attacker attempts to take over an existing connection
between two network computers. smurfing | A DoS attack that uses a directed broad cast to create a
flood of network traffic for the victim computer sniffer | An application that captures traffic as it
travels across a network spam | Unwanted e mail or instant messages spear phishing | An e mail or
instant message
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Significance Of Joan Of Arc
1. Introduction 500
For more than a hundred years, the Kingdom of England and the House of Valois of France found
themselves locked in war for the French throne. The hundred and sixteen year series of battles took
place from 1337 to 1453, with historians often separating it into three phases: the Edwardian Era
(1337 1360), the Caroline War (1369 1389), and the Lancastrian War (1415 1453). Despite English
success that lasted the majority of the conflict, and was revived by Henry V, the war resulted a French
victory but high casualty losses on both sides. Beyond this, the war was not only limited to the two
belligerents, but also involved Scotland, Spain, and the Low Countries, such as Belgium, the
Netherlands, and Luxembourg (Villalon). The French victory and resurgence are mostly accredited to
the arrival of Joan of Arc and, subsequently, the unity of the French after her execution by the English.
Despite this, the question of the significance of Joan of Arc in the context of ending the Hundred ...
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For example, it featured rapid military innovation. Over the course of the war, weapons, the structure
of an army, military tactics, and the very meaning of a war all changed (Curry). In addition, the war
left both England and France with a changed meaning of their setting. France, after being divided for
years, was finally once again united and shared nationalistic sentiment that had been lacking prior to
and during the course of the war (Curry). Meanwhile, the English found themselves losing almost all
of their land outside of their island territory. Thus, this awakened their need to develop a navy, which
would be one of the most notable parts of the British Empire in their future (Villalon). Therefore, the
Hundred Years War has found itself a pivotal place in history and worthy of study, thus bringing into
question the true cause of the end of the
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Mass Media And Its Effects On Children
Mass media is part of the average persons everyday life, from morning to night; modern society
absorbs and consumes it constantly. Adults are aware of it and see the media, as advertisements on
television, the latest blockbuster at the theaters or the trendy new clothing. Children are not free from
it either; they to are exposed to the medias imagery and ideals maybe more than adults are. Parents
may not pay close attention to the media their children are exposed to; adults may think they are just
harmless children s toys or games. From the time they wake up and they pour themselves a bowl of
brand name cereal, to the time they are put in bed with their stuff animal or toy, they are in the
presence of some sort of media and its imagery. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Parents might think that the idea of their 5 year old girl dieting as too farfetched, but that same thin
ideal is already being pushed on them. In fact, children who watch hours of television a day are
exposed to dieting, and may see it as a part of growing up. Heavier viewing children may glamorize
dieting and view it as a way of playing grown up before they begin to diet with the intention of
meeting an internalized body ideal. (Harrison et al) Children are very receptive to these images, they
may see dieting as just a grown up thing now, but later on may see it as a necessary part of growing
up. If children can catch on to things like that, then they can certainty catch on to things like the thin
ideal. An experiment was done where preschool aged girls were given a choice between playing with
three different game pieces, a fat one, a normal one, and a thin game piece; this was what the
researchers discovered. Preschool girls between the ages of 3 and 5 attribute more negative adjectives
to fat targets and more positive adjectives to thin targets. In addition, preschool girls were less likely
to select a fat target as their playmate or best friend and more likely to select a thin target as
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The Bombing Of The Uss Maine
February 15th, 1898, the USS Maine was hit with a mine as it sat in the Havana Harbor. There is large
speculation to whether that is the truth or not. Over the years it is still a topic of debate as of what
caused the explosion. Some believe that the Spaniards did it, others believe it was a clumsy mistake of
misplaced ammo, others believe it was a spontaneous coal fire that caught a box of ammunition on
fire. No matter the cause, the loss of the ship and 260 of her crew was devastating to America at the
time and led to strong feelings of dislike towards the Spaniards, leading to the Spanish American war
of 1898. The theories behind the explosion of the USS Maine is mainly focused around two ideas,
there are many angles that can be viewed for the cause of this disaster and its fueling of the war that
will be examined in this paper.
The Spanish American war was a short war in which America won in three months, two weeks and
four days. The fights were extremely unbalanced as America dominated Spain in all of the battles. At
Manila Bay in the Philippines the American fleet, under command of Commodore Dewey, destroyed
the Spanish fleet and took over the Philippines on May 1st, in which total America only had several
wounded soldiers at the end of the battle. In June, American forces landed outside of the Cuban city of
Santiago where their heavy woolen winter uniforms caused them to sweat profusely in the intense
Spanish heat. Amidst the heat they re provisions consisted of
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Magna Carta Essay
The Magna Carta, Latin for Great Paper , was written as a charter for England in 1215 (Magna 1). The
Magna Carta has had the most significant influence on modern day common law and constitutions.
The document was originally written because of disagreements between the Pope, King John, and his
English barons over the rights of the king. The Magna Carta required the king to renounce certain
rights, and to accept that the powers of the king could be bound by law (Asimov 12). There are a few
misconceptions about the Magna Carta, however. It was not the first document to attempt to limit the
power of the king. It, however, failed to limit the power of the king, especially during the Middle
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During the Tudor period, there was limited knowledge of the document, even by those who wrote
about it. In the statute books, it appeared that the Magna Carta was brought about by King Henry III,
rather than the reapplication of the original charter. The Magna Carta was first used during the Tudor
period as a Bill of Rights. The church often attempted to use the first clause of the Magna Carter to
protect itself from attacks by King Henry, but its claims had no credibility (Asimov 55). The first
person to attempt to use the Magna Carta was Francis Bacon, who asserted that it guaranteed due
process in a trial. At this time in English history, the Magna Carta was used in common law. However,
it was not seen as a set of liberties guaranteed for the people against the Crown and government in
general, but as a normal statute which gave a certain level of liberties that could not be relied on,
especially against the king. Therefore, the Magna Carta had very little effect on government in the
early Tudor period because of the power the king retained, a situation which lasted until the
Elizabethan age. During the Elizabethan age, England was becoming the most powerful force in
Europe. Pride was becoming a primary force in all areas of academics and attempts were made to
prove that Parliament had Roman origins. The Magna Carta was interpreted as an
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Little Altars Everywhere by Rebecca Wells Essay
Throughout the novel Little Altars Everywhere , written by Rebecca wells, there are changes between
the relationships of its characters. Viviane, the mother of Siddalee, Baylor and Little Shep, is one of
the main characters, and most of the changes revolve around her. Throughout the novel, it is portrayed
that Viviane has a closer relationship with her eldest daughter, Siddalee. Viviane has always been a
distant mother, who is more worried with social things such as her Yaya sisterhood , than developing a
close relationship between her and her family. Viviane is not only distant with her children, but she
does not have a solid relationship with her husband, Big Shep.
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She was able to complete one of her dreams, to move away from her home town, and to become
independent. She now has a job and is happy, although still lonely. In the last chapter, The First
Imperfect Divine Compassion Baptism Video , Siddalee returns to Louisiana for the baptism of her
goddaughter Lee, Baylor s daughter. All the family is there for the event. It has been a while since Viv
and Sidda have seen each other. On their first encounter they try to act as normal as possible, while
complementing eachother. Mother, I reply, you ve got to be kidding! Aqua was made for this time of
the year. You will be the belle of the baptism. (215) This happened when Viv called Baylor s house to
speak to Siddalee so she could ask her about what to wear for the baptism. Viviane then mentions how
she had no one else to call, as her Yaya s were all unavailable. Viv made It seem like Sidda was her
last choice.
At the ceremony, as a godmother Sidda is carrying the child around, while everyone is looking at her,
and Viviane is trying to film at her and take pictures. Siddalee believes that this is what is making the
baby cry and she tries to avoid the flashes. When Viv tries again to film her granddaughter, Siddalee,
for the first time stood up to her mother and turned away with the baby. Mama makes a frantic gesture
for me to turn Lee back around to face the camara, but I ignored her. (220) This can be seen as how
Sidda
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The Second World War II
The Second World War is one of the most familiar wars to the everyday person because of its massive
effect on the global community s future. It is arguably the first and only total war in the history of the
war. Hew Strachan believes that it is because of its totality, which is seen through all of the
components and scale of World War II. His fellow historian Robert Messer agrees saying That first
truly global conflict mobilized economies and populations of the world on a scale and degree that, if
not total, was unprecedented in history. They both agree, that World War II is the best example of total
war for basically the same reasons, but Strachan will go more in depth. While, Messer dives into the
morality of dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I will first review Strachan s
essay and then will explain how Strachan and Messer both agree that the Second World War was total
in nature. First, we will examine Strachan s essay, Total War . He gives a very good and detailed
argument for how total war was perceived before and after the war. He explains that total war was
used before the war as a means to fully mobilize a nation, but after the war it was used to describe the
carnage inflicted on the enemy. This argument gives total war two definitions, which may be fair,
because how can something abstract have a truly rigid definition. In reality, the combination of the
two definitions lead to a viable single definition of the process of total war.
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Al Ahram Beverages
Case Analysis Al Ahram Beverages Company 2 By: Marmina Abdel Malek 900 00 1809 Fall 09 I
Overview: ABC was a public company originally found in 1897, that has been nationalized in 1963,
until it had been privatized in 1997 and acquired by the Luxor Investment group represented by
Ahmed el Zayat as a CEO and board chairman. Luxor group is an American investment group
focusing on investment more than the business itself. Zayat s vision and objectives: Marinating local
market dominance and transforming the company from a domestic brewer to a leading edge
multinational beverages company. II Situation Analysis: General Environment Analysis o
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Maximizing value for shareholders Cons: The company would be perceived as a foreign entity, which
might affect brand loyalty. ABC, will become one of many subsidiaries at Heineken which might have
negative effects on ABS such as: c. Being used in transfer costs operations, making ABC serve other
subsidiaries and making losses d. Serving the global strategic goals of Heineken which might not
always for the best interest of ABC. B. MBO: Al Zayat acquiring ABC jointly with Banque Misr Pros:
ABC continuing its success story leveraging the experience and tactics of el Zayat. With the Banque
Misr joint venture, the company would be perceived as national entity and would receive more
support from the government and citizens. Maximizing value for shareholders if acquired with the
same amount as Heineken group. Cons: Slower international expansion Religious movement forcing
Banque Misr from pulling out from alcoholic (or any non Islamic friendly businesses). Recommended
Action: I would recommend selling ABC to Heineken because Heineken s resources and international
presence will help ABC grow in a sky rocketing speed. At the same time, Heineken s acquisition
maximizes the shareholders value (i.e. Luxor Group) who originally appointed Al Zayat for this
purpose. However, ABC and Al Zayat have to make sure that the Heineken s strategies, goals and
interests are aligned with ABC s and not exploiting ABC to serve any other
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Human Development Index ( Hdi )
After market reforms where announced in the late 1970s by Deng Xiaoping (paramount leader), China
has been among the most rapidly growing economies in the world. Although having serious natural
resource scarcity this growth has been speared headed through 80% of china s exports are
manufactured goods making china heavily dependant on international markets (export led) . The Gross
Domestic Product per capita (GDP) of china in 1962 was at record lows of 130.14 USD, since market
reforms, China regularly exceeding 10% GDP growth annually (figure 1) and was last recorded at
6416.18 US dollars in 2015 .
Gross national income (GNI) is the total income received by all households, including that earned in
foreign countries. China is ranked 113th in 2013 in the world having an $11,850PPP and although
GNI does not measure economic development it is used to measure the ability to buy goods and
services . Human development index (HDI) is a composite indicator measurement based on life
expediency, education and standard of living GDP, chia in ranked 101st in the world .
This growth has led to an increase in the standard of living and a decline in poverty. As differences in
the cost of living across the world evolve so does the poverty line. Since 2008, the last update, the
poverty line has increased $0.25c to $1.25. As of October 2015, the line has further increased $0.65c
to $1.90 . Therefor, between 1981 and 2008, the amount of China s population living on less than
$1.25/day is
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Black Holes And Its Effects On Society
Supermassive black holes are so mysterious when it comes to the knowledge we know about them.
We still don t know much about them and there will always be conspiracies about them, but we still
need to find more information about them to understand more. Black holes are developed when a star
s core collapses and then mass is getting eaten by the core which leads to the star to die in a supernova
explosion. This can go two ways, one is that the star turns into a neutron star, and the second is it turns
into a black hole but only if the star is massive enough. There are known to be three kinds of black
holes. Intermediate, stellar, and supermassive black holes. We still don t know how supermassive
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It is called Cygnus X 1. Rockets that were carrying a device called Geiger counter that measure
radioactivity by counting ionizing particles. Eight X ray sources were found and scientist detected
radio emissions from Cygnus X 1. A massive hidden companion was found and that was considered
the first black hole to be discovered. (6) We have a lot of evidence to prove that supermassive black
holes exist in galaxies. Scientist found evidence of a supermassive black hole in the center of the
Milky Way, the galaxy NGC 4258, galaxy M87, and several more. Scientist verified the existence of
black holes by studying the speed of the clouds of gas orbiting the galaxy regions. In 1994, the Hubble
space telescope measured an unseen object that had an estimated mass of about 3 billion times the
mass of the sun in our solar system. The unseen object was located in the center of the galaxy M87.
Scientist measured the mass of the object through the motion of the object whirling around the center.
(2) More evidence for the existence of supermassive black holes is the existence of quasars. Quasars
are a massive and extremely remote celestial object that emits large amounts of energy. They are also
one of the brightest objects in the universe. They are typically more than 100 times brighter than the
galaxies they re in. Quasars emit light through disks of gas and stars that are known as an accretion
disk. The accretion disk surrounds black holes. The closest quasars are
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Vygotsky s Theory Of Human Development
Lev Vygotsky was an educator and a theorist known primarily for his sociocultural theory. Vygotsky
developed the sociocultural theory, which is the theory of human development through social and
cultural influences (Aimin, 2013), during the 1920 s 30 s. One of Vygotsky s focuses was the concept
of the zone of proximal development (ZPD), which is the idea of a child being appropriately
challenged, this will be discussed further on. His theory stemmed from how children s learning is
impacted greatly through guidance of peers, cultural relations (language), social interactions, teachers
and any other adult figure in their environment. In the last 10 15 years, teachers, caregivers, and
educators have been attending more to Vygotsky s theory and his concept of the zone of proximal
development, because his work impacts how children learn in their optimal environment (Trawick
Smith, 2015). Vygotsky s sociocultural theory will be discussed through historical insight, explanation
of the theory itself, how sociocultural and society relate to each other, and how the theory is applied in
the educational society.
[Historical information]
When Vygotsky died in 1934 there were still parts of the theory that needed to be researched on and
expanded upon, which was left in the hands of other theoreticians (Wang, Bruce, Hughes 2011). On
the historical foundation line with Locke on one end and Rosseau on the other end, Vygotsky is one of
the only theorists that falls directly in the middle
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Dichotomy In Rear Window
Alfred Hitchcock once defined his film Rear Window (Hitchcock, 1954), as the story of a man who
cannot move and looks through a window, about what he sees and how he reacts to it (Truffaut, 1986).
In addition, Hitchcock constructs the character of the protagonist of the film, Jeff (James Steward), not
only by using cinematographic devices to show how Jeff interprets what he sees and his own life, but
also stabilising a dichotomy between what he looks at and what he lives.
At the beginning of the film, a camera movement reveals Jeff´s profession and why he is immobilized
in a wheel chair. He is a photographer, interested in looking at other´s lives; consequently, he could be
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For those reasons, even when he is in a sweet moment with Lisa in his arms, he prefers looking at the
outside of his apartment, and even he feels more sexual attraction towards Miss. Torso (Georgine
Darcy) through the window than towards Lisa, who is in his arms or more explicit, offering herself in
his sofa. Lisa as Thorvald at the end, represents a menace and when he feels threatened, does not
hesitate to take his binoculars (or even the flash), as the only way to prevent danger.
To sum up, Hitchcock uses a film as Rear window to construct an allegory between reality and fiction.
The end of the film is ambiguous because although Jeff chooses real life, as he presents his back to the
window and to the outside, the clash between reality and fiction has a price, if you choose fiction
probably, you could lose to live in a real society, but if you choose reality, you could lose your
identity, as Jeff. So, inside this film, there is not only one crime, but also other metaphoric murdered:
Jeff, who has renounced to his fantasies to adapt himself in a conformed
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Maya Angelou Research Papers
Maya Angelou is a phenomenal woman. She was born into a devastating decade, that suffered
numerous tragedies. Not only had society shaped her as a woman, she has also shaped our society and
influenced many lives. She is still living today, yet I believe her legend will never die. Furthermore I
will share with you what motivated her and some of her gratifying experiences. How she was effected
by society, and what she did about it. Also how the time period she was born into made her the
extraordinary woman she is today.
Maya Angelou was born on April 4, 1928, a year before the crash of 29 (the stock market crash). To
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Her parents mover her back, along with Bailey to Stamps, Arkansas as a cure. Her parents moved to
Southern California and were seldom heard from. Her mother remarried in 1940. Maya and Bailey had
daily chores to do at the General Store. Their grandmothers general store was a success, many people
did not believe that a black woman owned and ran it. Maya had a very close relationship with her
older brother Bailey. They always had there secrets jokes in church and she could always talk to him.
He was always there for her, she trusted him completely. Maya amp;#8217;s family, was one of the
few black family amp;#8217;s during the depression that did not suffer severely, mainly because their
grandmother owned the general store. Yet, just because they didn amp;#8217;t suffer severely, they
still suffered, they were well fed enough but they would still stop by the poorer family amp;#8217;s
just to get peanut butter, as a treat.
Maya and Bailey move to San Francisco to rejoin with their mother. May gave birth to her son Guy, at
age 17. When in high school, she received a two year scholarship to study dance and drama at the
California Labor School. Maya became the first black San Francisco streetcar conductor. She moved
to Laurel Canyon in Hollywood, where she sang and raised her son. She didn amp;#8217;t like the
fame, so she moved to Washington, where she met Bilie Holiday, She and Bilie became good friends.
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An Understanding of Roy s Adaptation Theory
The History of the Roy Adaptation Model The Roy Adaptation Model for Nursing had it s beginning
with Sister Callista Roy entered the masters program in pediatric nursing at the University of
California in Los Angeles in 1964. Dorothy E. Johnson, Roy s advisor and seminar faculty, was
speaking at the time on the need to define the goal of nursing as a way of focusing the development of
knowledge for practice. During Roy s first seminar in pediatric nursing, she proposed that the goal of
nursing was promoting patient adaptation. Johnson encouraged her to develop her concept of
adaptation as a framework for nursing, throughout the course of her master s program. Von Vertalanffy
s use of systems theory was a key component in the early ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The internal and external environment provide input or stimuli. The environment is always changing
and interacting with the person. The stimuli are divided into focal; contextual, and residual categories.
Focal stimuli immediately confronts the adaptive system. Contextual stimuli or background stimuli is
genetic makeup, sex, maturity, drugs, alcohol, etc. Residual stimuli are beliefs, attitudes, experiences,
traits which may be relevant but effects are indeterminate and therefore cannot be validated. Nursing
According to Roy, the Nurse using the Nursing Process, promotes adaptation responses during health
and illness to free energy from ineffective or inadequate responses to increase health and wellness.
Goals, mutually agreed on and prioritized, are proposed to meet the global goals of: survival/growth
and promotion/reproduction of race/society/attaining full potential or mastery of self. The nurse uses
activities to increase adaptive and decrease ineffective responses during illness and health. These
activities alter or manipulate the client s focal, contextual and residual stimuli and expand his
repertoire of effective coping mechanisms. Nursing focuses on the person as a biopsychosocial being
at some point along the health illness continuum. In contrast, medicine focuses on biological systems
and the patient s
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Athletes Suffer In Sports Analysis
As a visiting Lecturer in the TCEM department, Larry Jinkins spends his days challenging traditional
thinking to create new innovations. He is one of the co founders of the Sports Innovation Institute
(SII) that partners with the Indianapolis sports community to advance and create unique collaboration
around industry specific challenges.
In 2013, one of his own innovations came to life called the Whip LS. Suffering from a cracked C5
vertebrae in college football, he understood the forceful impact that athletes suffer in sports. The
initial concept came to life when as a high school football official. Larry saw a lot of things happening
on the field, including misuse of equipment. He saw the need of creating a piece that would control
and
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The Success Of The Bell Jar By Sylvia Plath
Ever since her suicide Sylvia Plath has become a well known female author, her most famous piece of
work being The Bell Jar. While the book has rose in popularity many argue that the sum of the
reputation that the book holds is because of the story behind the author, and her own suicide. Yet,
those who argue this fail to see how Plath is a revolutionary author for her time, through this piece of
writing. The success of The Bell Jar is not held accountable to Plath s suicide but on her actual
writing, and how she speaks out on topics that authors of her time don t usually write about such as
having a feminist standpoint and on reaching insanity.
Throughout the novel, Plath maintains the theme of feminism, making her main character, Esther, a
feminist. She doesn t believe that she needs a man to be successful or happy, which was an idea many
women at the time thrived on. Path separates Esther and these women early on in the book saying how
...simply hanging around in New York to get married to some career man or other. These girls looked
awfully bored to me, (4). Continuing to separate herself from the status quo Esther states that she
hated the idea of serving men in any way, (76). In her mind, a man holds a woman back from her own
independent success. She makes this idea very clear by incorporating a husband in her envision of her
imaginary fig tree. By having a single fig for a husband alone means that Esther feels as though a
husband or any man will hold her back from
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A Brief Note On The Therac 25 Incident
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###Therac 25
The Therac 25 incident is one of the more difficult to understand. AECL, the company which designed
and manufactured Therac 25 is opaque, and gives little to no information on how the software was
developed. There is no one incident report, as this took place over two years and 6 unrelated accidents.
Many institutions did not even realize the cause patients radiation burns and later medical issues until
months after. Most of what follows is based on a paper by Nancy Leveson called Medical Devices:
Therac 25, which was written in 1995 for IEEE.
Sometimes software bugs can result in the loss of lives, as was the case with a device called Therac
25. Of 11 Therac 25s installed, there were 6 reported accidents, including 3 fatalities, between 1985
and 1987, after which the device was recalled. Patients were given hundreds of times of radiation than
is usual for this treatment. All of the safety mechanisms in Therac 25 relied on software, which itself
was running on custom operating system with no synchronization, and, therefore, multiple race
conditions that could not easily be detected and reproduced. Therac 20, a similar linear accelerator,
which had hardware interlocks to ensure safety, experienced similar software malfunctions, but did not
cause any bodily harm. It was revealed in a deposition that minimal unit testing was done on the
software, violating principle 1.03, of the ACM/IEEE software engineering code of ethics.
In addition, the device
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The Importance Of The Normandy Invasion
June 6, 1944. The world has been at war for almost 5 years. The Axis Powers have occupied France
and a lot of Europe. The USSR is pushing the Germans out of Russia and back towards Germany. The
Allies are preparing to invade and take back Europe and defeat the Axis. The invasion starts with a
mix of British and American paratroopers being dropped behind enemy lines to take important and
over 100,00 soldiers are preparing to launch one of the largest sea invasions of all time. The soldiers
are a mix of British, Canadian, and United States origin. The 5 beaches being attacked are codenamed
Utah, Gold, Sword, Juno, and Omaha. In the end, the invasion as a whole turned out to be a success on
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This was a very long stretch of beach near the Cherbourg peninsula, bordered by Utah Beach and Gold
Beach. The 1st and 29th American infantry divisions landed here on June 6, 1944 at approximately
6.30 A.M. The landscape of the beach and surrounding area made it easy to defend, but very difficult
to attack. Facing the shore were large cliffs with multiple machine gun emplacements and bunkers
looking down towards it. Between the bunkers was barely any cover for the soldiers. This brings up
the question: Why did the Allies attack it? There are many reasons. First, the Allies needed a way to
link up Utah to Gold and the rest of the British sector. Utah was needed for the capture of Cherbourg,
and Gold was needed to put the Mulberry harbor in place. If these did not get linked to each other, the
soldiers on each front wouldn t be able to communicate effectively. Second, the Allied needed to make
sure the Germans couldn t regroup and counterattack. A counterattack at that stage would be terrible
for the Allies because they had not landed much supplies yet and had sustained a lot of casualties.
Taking Omaha would prevent this from happening. Finally, Omaha covered the most land. This was
essential for capturing the most possible towns, cities, and communication hubs. In spite of all the
difficulties, the Allies took the cliffs at around 10 A.M. Over the course of these 4 hours, the General
of the Army Omar
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Crisp-Dm
CRISP DM 1.0
Step by step data mining guide Pete Chapman (NCR), Julian Clinton (SPSS), Randy Kerber (NCR),
Thomas Khabaza (SPSS), Thomas Reinartz (DaimlerChrysler), Colin Shearer (SPSS) and Rüdiger
Wirth (DaimlerChrysler)
SPSS is a registered trademark and the other SPSS products named are trademarks of SPSS Inc. All
other names are trademarks of their respective owners. 2000 SPSS Inc. CRISPMWP 1104
This document describes the CRISP DM process model and contains information about the CRISP
DM methodology, the CRISP DM reference model, the CRISP DM user guide, and the CRISP DM
reports, as well as an appendix with additional related information. This document and information
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Over the next two and a half years, we worked to develop and refine CRISP DM. We ran trials in live,
large scale data mining projects at Mercedes Benz and at our insurance sector partner, OHRA. We
worked on the integration of CRISP DM with commercial data mining tools. The SIG proved
invaluable, growing to over 200 members and holding workshops in London, New York, and Brussels.
By the end of the EC funded part of the project mid 1999 we had produced what we considered a good
quality draft of the process model. Those familiar with that draft will find that a year later, although
now much more complete and better presented, CRISP DM 1.0 is by no means radically different. We
were acutely aware that, during the project, the process model was still very much a work in progress;
CRISP DM had only been validated on a narrow set of projects. Over the past year, DaimlerChrysler
had the opportunity to apply CRISP DM to a wider range of applications. SPSS and NCR s
Professional Services groups have adopted CRISP DM and used it successfully on numerous customer
engagements covering many industries and business problems. Throughout this time, we have seen
service suppliers from outside the consortium adopt CRISP DM, repeated references to it by analysts
as the de facto standard for the industry, and a
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Effects Of Social And Economic Groupings To Their Members
Global social and economic groupings have significant beneficial effects for their members.
Discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement (40)
It is beneficial to us when assessing said statement to begin by considering the main reasons for the
formation of social and economic groupings. First and foremost considering the 4 main types of
alliances. Between Free Trade Areas and Customs Unions it is fair to say that the main goal is to
restrict imports from non member countries, in turn allowing the economies of the member countries
to flourish and provide for themselves, amongst themselves, in terms of trade. Common Markets on
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This is feared to possibly lead towards cultural homogenisation, as member countries begin to lose
their identities certainly politically, as the EU becomes a supposed super state. While others will argue
that this social grouping allows for a more peaceful situation between all member countries, this was
especially true following World War 2; which in itself lead to the creation of the EU. As well as
arguing that the EU allows for more accessible travel, allowing European citizens to discover different
cultures and live in better harmony.
Another well know grouping is NAFTA, a free trade agreement created in 1994 between the United
States, Canada and Mexico. This created one of the largest free trade areas of the world. Its success
has been astounding boosting trade between the member countries from $306bn to $930bn. However
in more recent assessments it has been suggested that in the long haul it has been more damaging than
helpful for Mexico; as an LEDC at the time some suggest it may have exploited. Suggestions are
based on the assumptions that as a result of the NAFTA agreement Mexico s rate of development has
been hindered. The most basic measure of economic progress, especially for a developing country like
Mexico, is the growth of income (or GDP) per person. Out of 20 Latin American countries (South and
Central America plus
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Leo Tolstoy s Colonel Sarty Snopes
For my dinner party, I am going to invite William Faulkner, Victor Hugo, Leo Tolstoy, and the
character Colonel Sarty Snopes. I have chosen these guests because of their connection with
revolution. Leo Tolstoy writes about the revolution one takes at the scariest moment of one s life,
death. According to The Norton Anthology of Western Literature, What, Tolstoy asks us, is the
relationship between abstract, universal truths and our intensely felt personal experience? (Puchner et
al. 1440; 4) Faulkner writes about, the clash of generations and ways of life, racial and family
tragedies, and in almost archetypal terms, the opposition of good and evil (Puchner et al. 1992; 3).
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This vision was of a liberation in this life from the tyranny of time and the terror of death. I want to
know if Tolstoy believed his life to be the same as Ivan. According to his answer, I would then ask, If
not, what questions do you think you will ask yourself, if any? I would ask him the questions because
I want to know if he believes people ask the same questions when they are dying, or does it depend on
how they have lived their lives. Does Tolstoy think the same as Hudspith when it comes to his views
of death: Time, then, may be seen as a key element in Tolstoy s view of immortality; this has
implications, as we shall see, for characters perceptions of time in his novels, their attitudes to their
past, their present, their future and inevitable death? I would then ask him if he even thought he would
influence someone as religiously influential as Gandhi (Puchner et al. 1439; 1). I just find it amazing
that he inspired someone who has inspired millions. I would then ask what he thinks of the current
violence in the world i.e. police brutality of racial groups and our current problems. I would ask
Faulkner, Why did you criticize Southern hypocrisy and culture? I think by getting the answer to this
would allow me to better understand how Faulkner writes and why. I would then ask him why he
made up a whole new place, Yoknoupatawpha County (Puchner et al. 1994; 3), instead of using
Oxford as his setting. This will answer the question, did he do it to not hurt the people of Oxford, or
did he do it to disconnect from the events happening in the story? I would ask Faulkner about a
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Analysis Of Make Your Home Among Strangers
Author, Jennine Capo Crucet, in her novel, Make Your Home Among Strangers, describes the story of
Lizet, a first generation Cuban American college student. Lizet is accepted into an elite college has a
hard time balancing school and family and to make matters even more challenging her mother,
Lourdes becomes more involved in the Ariel Hernandez case, a young Cuban boy who was rescued
and brought to Miami and now is on the verge of being deported. As the case progresses it shows us
how Lizet changes as minority in a wealthy, white, university. Crucet s purpose is to convey the idea
that, going to college is difficult especially when coming from a minority background. Crucet adopts a
sentimental tone in order to appeal to similar experiences for readers who experienced college.
Crucet begins her novel by having Lizet tell her story from the present day. She works at a laboratory
where they study coral reefs. She starts to talk about herself and shocks her co workers by telling them
stories the canals in Miami. She appeals to the emotional audience by revealing to us the substandard
conditions she lived in. We are first introduced to the unpleasant experiences when Lizet is with her
family. It first starts when she is describing her arrival back to Hialeah, the flight back from New York
was supposed to surprise for her mother and sister but instead got a negative reaction by have them
say, What the fuck are you doing here (24) and You re not supposed to be here (24). We
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Dividends Discount Model
In this paper, a study on the Dividends Discount Model (DDM) will be explored and explained. The
four main topics that this essay will be based around include what two common share valuation
techniques are used, the dividend discount model and the use of a multiples approach, a discussion on
the relative advantages and disadvantages of dividend discount model and a look into which model
would produce the most accurate results and Why? With the relevant content, research, and analysis of
these specific topics, an understanding of these methods and procedures will be the overall objective
and purpose of this paper.
Formula = Dividend per share Discount rate Dividend growth rate Dividend discount ... Show more
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The past plays a big part in the future when it comes to dividends, if there has been a strong growth in
dividends in the past then future dividend growth is predicted signaling a strong bottom line and
profits for the company.
Advantages of the DDM are that it is frequently used when calculating share prices, due to it being
easily taught and its simplicity making it easy to understand. DDM also has the ability to give value to
a company s stock, disregarding the current market making it easy to compare across different
companies and industries big or small. Another advantage is the models rely firmly on theory and also
its ability to stay consistent over the lifetime of the company.
Disadvantages of the DDM include the model itself not appreciating certain factors such as customer
and brand loyalty and the ownership of intangible assets. Factors that are vital towards the success
value of a company. Another disadvantage is the DDM being highly dependent on the assumption of
the company s growth in dividends believing that it s rate is stable and known. DDM states the fact
that stock prices are fragile to the chosen growth rate of dividends, eliminating the ability for the rate
to surpass the cost of equity, which in some cases isn t always
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The Importance Of Media Influences On Children And Teens
The media has played a large part in creating the social norms in which many think of. This is because
there are many types of media out there, including advertisements and television. The media has this
type of influence on people of all ages. The influence can be trying to sell a certain item that children
and teens would want or how to act or look a certain way. For this, this is why the media has a huge
influence on the attitudes and viewpoints of children and teens.
Children and teens now live in a world that is covered with media influences. In the Australian
Nursing Journal article it states, Media sites provide young people with opportunities to stay
connected with friends, family and the world, and develop technical, creative and social skills (2012,
Australian Nursing Journal). Before the influence of the media there was a time when it was not really
something that had a huge impact on children and teens. But as time has change, children and teens
are engaged with what the media has to provide such as reality TV to using social media.
Children and teens now have the access to every type of media influence and what affect it can have
on them. With the many types of media out there for children and teen there are concerns from people
such as parents and educators on how the media influence has on them. One of the concerns that
parents and educators think that the media has on children and teens is how children and teens
behaviors is influence by the
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The Security Advantages Of Cloud Based Solutions
Question No 1: List the security advantages of cloud based solutions? Following are the security
advantages of cloud based solutions. a. Immediate deployment of software patch: Most of the cloud
providers have team to deploy the patch installation so cloud based software may have shorter
vulnerability. b. Extended human relations reach: Cloud based solution providers able to keep better
employees who will monitor the system software. They can increased the security such as reference
checking, security and background checking and screening like polygraph. c. Hardware and software
redundancy: most of the providers have redundant hardware and software so that they can deploy
quickly in an emergency. d. Timeliness of incident response: cloud based provider have expert
monitoring the system and they could quickly be available and will be responsive e. Specialists
instead of personnel: Because of financial capabilities of cloud based providers, they offer a specialist,
not just a personnel. Question No 2: List the security disadvantages of cloud based solutions?
Following are the security disadvantages of cloud based solution. a. Country or Jurisdiction: cloud
based data center may reside in remote country or state if any legal issue arises then there may arise an
issue of jurisdiction b. Multitenant Risk: two or more customer may use same resources and sometime
it may cause error in application exposed to another client and likewise data storage can be
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Economic Problem
CHAPTER 4 INDIVIDUAL AND MARKET DEMAND EXERCISES 1. An individual sets aside a
certain amount of his income per month to spend on his two hobbies, collecting wine and collecting
books. Given the information below, illustrate both the price consumption curve associated with
changes in the price of wine and the demand curve for wine. |Price |Price |Quantity |Quantity |Budget |
|Wine |Book |Wine |Book | | |$10 |$10 |7 |8 |$150 | |$12 |$10 |5 |9 |$150 | |$15 |$10 |4 ... Show more
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In this case, the consumer always purchases the cheaper of the two goods (assuming a one for one
tradeoff). If the price of orange juice is less than the price of apple juice, the consumer will purchase
only orange juice and the price consumption curve will lie along the orange juice axis of the graph
(from point F to the right). [pic] If apple juice is cheaper, the consumer will purchase only apple juice
and the price consumption curve will be on the apple juice axis (above point E). If the two goods have
the same price, the consumer will be indifferent between the two; the price consumption curve will
coincide with the indifference curve (between E and F). Assuming that the price of orange juice is less
than the price of apple juice, the consumer will maximize her utility by consuming only orange juice.
As income varies, only the amount of orange juice varies. Thus, the income consumption curve will be
the orange juice axis in the figure below. If apple juice were cheaper, the income consumption curve
would lie on the apple juice axis. [pic] 4. b. Left shoes and right shoes are perfect complements. Draw
the appropriate price consumption and income consumption curves. For perfect complements, such as
right shoes and left shoes, the indifference curves are L shaped. The point of utility maximization
occurs when the budget
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How Malta Is An Island Of The Mediterranean Sea, South Of...
Malta is an island state, in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily, Italy. It consists of Malta, Gozo and
Comino. Malta being the largest island and most densely populated as provided by Costa et al (2014).
Malta has a long history with strong traditions and culture, has been inhabited for the past seven
thousand years. Malta offers a unique underground temple which is one of the nine UNESCO world
Heritage Sites, blissful beaches, and outdoor adventures to captivating culture. Due to Malta`s
attractiveness the destination offers a diversity of attractions that are appealing to tourists. There is a
wide range of activity in Malta which tourists wants to engage, these attributes are considered useful
for a destination Morrison (2013). That is why most business travel companies e.g. Clarity Travel
Management deals with Malta as a destination because it is able to offer a variety of attractions
connected with Malta`s history e.g. Megalithic temples and village religious feasts are well worth
visiting My destination (2006). According to Mintel (2006) the majority of the 190,000 cultural
tourists who visit Malta annually arrive in winter and spring outside the main season. This means
Malta is eager to further highlight the cultural and historic appeal of the island. Apart from attaining a
more even spread of tourists seasonally, there are other advantages of raising cultural heritage tourism
for Malta. It helps relieve pressure on congested resorts, the regeneration of some
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Frederick Engels Impact on the Conditions of Laborers...
Life can at times seem bad, even in the lives of some of the most prestigious, rich, popular people in
the world. Bad hair, lack of sleep, abundance of homework, and an absence of money have the
tendency to put a damper on some people s days, among other things. Too many times, though, in
today s society things are taken for granted. Imagine not having a place to sleep, having no means of
education, or having all hard earned funds taken by the government, not even leaving enough to feed
the family. This is how it was for Englanders in the 1800s. The condition of the working class in
19thcentury England was, without a doubt, disgusting and miserable. The circumstances were
spiraling out of control and the working class was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
These rigorous studies lead to Engel s writing of The Condition of the Working Class in England in
1844, an important work bringing more attentions to the struggles and problems of the working class
and raising ideas on how to bring reform. Engels friend and life long work partner Karl Marx in 1844
in Paris, France. Together, Marx and Engel, while establishing modern Communism and Socialism,
crafted the Communist Manifesto, among other things. The Communist Manifesto, published in
February of 1848, attempts to explain the goals of Communism, Marx s and Engel s solution to the
struggles and exploitations of each class by the other classes. This work is undoubtedly the most
influential piece produced by these two revolutionists. Another collaboration by Engels with Marx
include the development of the International Workingmen s Association. Frederick Engels produced a
few other revolutionary pieces including the major works Anti Dyriring in 1878 and The Origin of the
Family, Private Property, and the State in 1884. After Marx s death in March of 1883, Engels devoted
the rest of his life to translating and working with Marx s writing and ideas. Engels died on August 5,
1895 in London. The condition of the working class in the 19th century was ridiculously out of
control. Due to the instant explosion of industrialization throughout Europe, the environment suffered.
The rise of mass production happened so quickly and its
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Equality In The Time Machine
The Journey for Equality The sole equality on earth is death. Although true equality may not be
attainable in this world, Wells explores what life would be like if peace and equality was normal. The
Eloi and Morlocks are used to represent his ideas, and although they have differences, they are both
given the chance to become better. H.G. Wells manages to incorporate a sense of equality throughout
his novel The Time Machine.
H.G. Wells leaves the characters nameless in order to create a sense of equality among them. The very
first thing Wells does is introduce the characters, because without them, there would be no audience to
tell the story to. The characters are important to the novel, yet most of them remain nameless. They
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Wells portrays a manipulative relationship between the Eloi and the Morlocks. The Eloi abused their
power and in return, the Morlocks took it over. Starting in chapter five and throughout the rest of the
novel, we see the hostility of the two groups. The Eloi hate the dark because of the Morlocks. The
Morlocks terrorize and eat the Eloi as portrayed by the Time Traveller. Upon finding this out, the Time
Traveller jumps to the conclusion that the Morlocks are bad. In fact, the Eloi had it coming to them,
they dealt a dirty blow and they received a bigger one. Wells used his knowledge to interpret what
would happen if one group was given the upper hand for too long. It s only natural for the Morlocks to
retaliate, and this nature is why equality is never attainable. Although the two groups are depicted as
enemies, they are equal in certain ways. Both groups were given a chance to excel and it happened at
different times. The Morlocks were able to assess the situation, and given there opportunistic origins,
were able to make the best of it. Neither group is better than each other, but neither group is worse
either. This equality between them, although fleeting, depicts a surreal, almost utopian,
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Counseling For Alcohol And Drug Abuse
In Counseling for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the need to use different techniques is an integral part of
the process. Working with an individual that is either entering into recovery or actively in recovery,
the clinician must take their time with introducing the 12 Steps. The individual may not be open to the
12 Step philosophies at the onset. Addiction is very complex and actively affects the person on a daily
basis; therefore, it is so important to start from the beginning of counseling to create a structured
program. Alcoholics Anonymous has given a wonderful platform of structure for the addicted ones to
create a safe, solid, 12 Step guideline to follow, in order to maintain Continual Sobriety, One day at a
time. Many counselors ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Some of these false beliefs are that 12 Step programs are Cults, they are for old people, they are
religious, they brainwash people, sometimes they make you want to drink or use after going to a
meeting. These notions are false and inaccurate. It is usually individuals that have gone to the
meetings for a short amount of time and they are unable to sustain consistency. These individuals do
not get involved in service and they often return to using drugs or drinking again due to not being
done, with using substances. In the therapy interaction, these misconceptions must be heard by the
therapist and given ample time in counseling to talk about and unpacked, for further qualification.
This may take time and patients to hear these feelings and to process with the client. In facilitating
effective treatment while counseling, it is imperative that a person be listened to and validated for their
feelings. It is the counselor s job to find an opening to interject and challenge the client to see how
thorough they were in their attempt to gain sobriety. Usually in doing this, the clinician is able to
allow the client to see some of the half measures they took at these past attempts and failures. In the
Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous in How it Works, it reads, Half measures availed us nothing. We
stood at the turning point, we asked His protection and care with complete abandon. These are the
areas that allow
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Lumumba Chapter Analysis
Fifteen years after it all happened, I sat by my radio...we messengers of goodwill adrift on a sea of
mistaken intentions (323).
Orleanna s comparison between what was going on in the political arena of the Congo and the private
arena of the Price family exemplifies the plot of the two dramas in the novel: the overarching drama in
the Congo, contributing the character like setting of the novel, and the more intimate drama in the
Price s family life. The details about Lumumba s imprisonment is supplemented by Orleanna s own
detailed recollections of her family s struggles: Leah wanting to hunt, Ruth May being sick, having no
food, etc. The details about Lumumba s death next to the Price s family struggles also enhance the
image perhaps even characterization of the setting as a complex, dynamic and ... Show more content
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Kingsolver spends an abundance of both Leah and Rachel s narrations of detailing the horrors of the
hunt. In this selection, sentences like Birds hit the wall of fire and lit like bottle rockets portray the
true chaos of the event. In this instance, Leah s point of view is useful for descriptions of hunt because
she fought right in the middle of it. Leah is surrounded by the fire crackling and the antelopes who did
not leap gracefully. Her intimate first person point of view through the use of details enhances the
reader s understanding of the insanity of the event. In addition, the brutality of the event as given by
gruesome details like dark blood leaked from its delicate black mouth characterizes the population of
the whole in Kilanga as having almost animalistic qualities. Rachel extrapolates on this point later, but
through Kingsolver s details in Leah s narration, the reader understands the brutish behavior of both
the white and the black people of the Congo here; they re starving, just like animals they re
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Persuasive Essay On Kangaroos
Good Afternoon
Australia s most iconic marsupial, the Kangaroo, holds a place on our coat arms, currency, severe
sports teams and is our main attraction for tourists, who believe we ride Kangaroos to school.
However, the overpopulation of the animal has led to a long and exasperating debate of whether
Kangaroo s should be culled or harvested .
Culling is commonly referred to the as reducing a population by selective slaughter. It sounds quiet
inhumane when you put it that way, however Kangaroo overpopulation has become a huge issue in
recent years.
While Kangaroos are native Australian animals, they are overpopulated and are a threat to the
environment. In an editorial, published by The Herald Sun, it was estimated that there were about ...
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According to the Herald Sun a humane cull is far preferable to a slow death through starvation. It is
more inhumane to condemn these animals to a slow and painful death, than to control the Kangaroo
population in a way that is quick and causes minimal pain.
During a Queensland drought, it was reported by the ABC that a council worker, Chad McLachlan
would drag out roos every morning from underneath buildings, machines or other recreation centres,
due to starvation. Overpopulation of Kangaroos means that they won t have enough bush land to live
on, therefore many Kangaroos will starve to death in a slow manner. Now that is cruel.
The process of becoming a Kangaroo harvester is a lengthy one. The harvesters must undergo training
which is followed by a license. They must adhere to the strict guidelines laid out in the Federal
Government document Code of Practice for the Humane Shooting of Kangaroos , which was created
by the help of the RSPCA.
Although, overpopulation is one of the main reasons to harvest Kangaroos, one of the many benefits
of Kangaroo culling include Australia s economy boost. Kangaroos could form the basis of an
extended meat and leather production industry in
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  • 2. Women In Leslie Chang s Factory Girls And Her TED Talk Women s rights and equality were cornerstones of Chinese modernization, especially of Mao s vision of an egalitarian socialist state (illustrated by his slogan that women could hold up half the sky ). Increased female participation in labor seen as essential to the state and party agenda. While there were without a doubt many issues women still faced within this period, many policies of the Chinese Communist Party contributed to women s equality. However, after Mao s death and Deng Xiaoping s rise to power and his vision of the nation as Socialist with Chinese Characteristics, and the implementation of China s Open Door Policy, women have again become subordinated in many spheres of society. Yet instead of relying on male political theorists ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Dagong means working for the boss or selling labor, and illustrates the commodification of labor and the subordinate status of the worker, in contrast to socialist imaginations of work as liberating. Mei means little sister, often associated with young, unmarried women in contrast to jie , the older, mature sister . Thus, the term dagongmei symbolizes the subordination of female migrants, both as migrant workers under urban factory owners, and as women expected to work long hours, some sacrificing their education, in order to support their families. Pun articulates the very real struggles many dagongmei face, from the 1993 Shenzhen factory fire that killed over 80 migrant workers, all but two female, only then alerting China and the rest of the world of the human costs of China s rapid development to one woman, Yan, who screams in her sleep after years of work despite being in deep physical and emotional pain. Such pain is unbearable, and to scream out is the only way to survive. Yet as Pun argues, their very survival is of itself a form of resistance. These migrant workers may not be organizing, staging mass strikes or protests against the state or factory owners, but they are resisting. By screaming out, Yan is forcing the world to hear her pain. By telling ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Light And Darkness In Macbeth Light and darkness are, immediately recognized and thought of as, universal symbols that have been used for centuries. These iconic symbols help us to portray the good and evil in something or someone. This concept of light and dark, night and day, and good and bad is portrayed throughout Shakespeare s play The Tragedy of Macbeth. Shakespeare uses these contrasting themes in order to generate an image of the assorted conflicts, twists, and symbols in the scheme of the story. The entire tragedy revolves around the effects of such events and the collision, of the deeper meaning, between what light and dark symbolizes. The imagery of these two well known opposites either brings things together or tear things apart. The theme of darkness is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Light doesn t show much until the end of the play when Macbeth finally dies. Light symbolizes the small amount of goodness that is left. At the beginning, King Duncan is the symbol of light because he is a perfect example of a good and honorable King who does his job right. But the second he is murdered, darkness arrives in the story. As the story continues, Lady Macbeth finds herself a victim to the deceitfulness of her mind. In Act five, Scene one, her remorse beings to show its effects on her. This ultimately causes her to become ill. The doctor describes his helplessness for her but begins to watch her when she sleepwalks. While doing so, the doctor asks Lady Macbeth about the light she is holding. He wants to know where it came about her, when the gentlewoman tells him, Why, it stood by her: she has light by her continually, tis her command. (Act V. Scene I) Lady Macbeth is flooded with guilt, therefore she doesn t sleep well. She fears the aftereffects of her horrible deeds. Because she s so fear filled of the darkness that comes to punish her, she demands to have a light kept close by her at all times. She is doing this because she is aware that she lives in darkness. Therefore, she tries to use a deceitful light source to help keep her guilt away. When you are in the pure darkness you need some form of light to be able to see. Before Banquo is murdered, he calls ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Why Do Advertisers Use Weasel Words Phrases and words are utterly powerful. Whichever words or phrases you decide to say can impact amazing results. Language is a powerful source of symbols for us to communicate to others. Many people receive advantages and disadvantages for what they say. A few times every month you would see the president present a speech to the public. The president does not write up a speech by himself, he has a speechwriter to fulfill that job. His speechwriter gets paid a great amount of money just to put together a few words and phrases that he/she knows will bring great results or poor results. Words influence people every day. Advertising is the act of producing advertisements to sell products or any other service. There are thousands of commercials ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Weasel words are used to evade or retreat from a direct or forthright statement or position. Most advertisers use these words to portray to their audience that their products are great without any actual proof. The most common weasel word is help . Advertisers use this particular word to claim that their product will assist with a consumer s problem but there is no legitimate answer that it actually will. They want the consumers to believe that it will satisfy their needs. In a Trident Gum commercial, the advertisers used a common weasel word to prove the need of their product. The commercial begins with the speaker stating that four out of five dentists would recommend Trident to their patients who chew gum. Next, it goes into a visual of five dentists voting if they would recommend the gum. While the dentists are voting, a squirrel jumps through the window and sneaks its way to the fifth dentist. While the fifth dentist starts to say its vote, the squirrel goes through his pants and bite his genitals making the dentists scream NO! . At the end of the commercial, the speaker states that Trident Gum helps stop cavities. The advertisers are promising that their gum will solve dental issues for any consumers without any real ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. A Writing Ecology Is A Dynamic, Interconnected System Of... A writing ecology is a dynamic, interconnected system of communication, which works together through interaction and sharing. As the term ecology traditionally refers to the relationships between organisms in an environment, the ability to metaphorically link this to a concept of writing redefines the complexity of networked technologies and the influences of technological change. The ability to participate in a digitally evolving space opens up new possibilities and opportunities when accessing and expressing knowledge and information. Snowfall (Branch, 2016) is an explicit example of this as it demonstrates key concepts through optimising its environment. By allowing the audience to actively engage themselves in the text, Snowfall revolutionised traditional media in its time. Writing as a digitally networked environment enriches the experience of the reader by allowing them to interact with new technological forms. The ability to engage in multimodal writing spaces exceeds traditional alphabetic text by drawing upon the audience s sensory responses. New multimodal media explores still and moving images, music, colour and sound that entices and interacts with the responder. Snowfall is an example of this as it discusses the affects an avalanche had on the town of Tunnel Creek. Its interactive form produces an interesting layout, which gives the reader a more active and dynamic experience in contrast to traditional and more restrictive written text. By using a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Working For Inner City Education Foundation Public Charter... In many aspects of life, it is essential that you work with other individuals as a team. You can work in a team whether it is school, work, or your personal life. This year I started working for Inner City Education Foundation public charter schools, specifically ICEF Inglewood Elementary Academy. The school has approximately 40 staff members that were all placed together by the director of the school. There are multiple classifications at my job such as instructional assistants, teachers, office staff, intervention specialists, operations, and janitors, but we all operate as one unit. Through the five stages of team development, our team developed and continues to develop into a successful team. Forming Stage: When I first started working for the school in August, I never met any of the people who would be working at the school along with me. The first day I arrived to work I learned that the new team I was going to be a part of at ICEF Inglewood Elementary had 96% of new staff. During this time I realized the team was in the forming stage, we were all getting acquainted and oriented with each other. The team leaders aided in this stage by providing a breakfast followed by games for the whole staff. During the breakfast, making conversation I felt the feeling of uncertainty I was not sure if I would like it or fit in. After breakfast, we played games that were used as ice breakers. The icebreakers we played began to make me feel comfortable and realize I had a lot in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Influences In Arthur Ashe s Life Ashe growing up and how his environment had affected him. Born in Richmond during segregation, Ashe learn and used his experiences to help shaped him into the man he was when he stood up for equal rights and apartheid. Ashe grew up knowing who and what he was. He had to accept who he was and his role in society. Ashe used tennis to understand the world around him. Ashe used tennis as a podium to express his views and his conviction. Ashe was not only influenced by the society that he grew up in the also the role that his father and others had set for Ashe. Ashe used his experiences in his life to create his own philosophy and approach to fighting inequality and injustice. Ashe was not just a tennis player, as much as he wanted to believe. Arthur Ashes words and actions help influence the protest in South Africa and around the world. Arthur Ashe was born in Richmond, Virginia on July 10th 1943. Born into a country ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ashe was born and raised in Richmond. Richmond was the only thing Ashe knew. The segregated town in the south deny Ashe entries parks, theaters, and force to ride separate buses. To maintain residential segregation, Richmond officials zoned each city block into black and white sections. Richmond to Ashe was a glass ceiling that he never realized was there until he left. When I decided to leave richmond, I left all that richmond stood for at the time its segregation, its conservatism, its parochial thinking, its slow progress toward equality,its lack of opportunity for talented black people. Ashe believed that Richmond didn t do anything for blacks and didn t want to change that. As a kid Ashe didn t let segregation discourage him and he saw it as a way of society. After leaving Richmond Ashe said he would never would return. The segregation that Ashe experience during his life in Richmond according to Ashe never bothered him, until he realized that segregation change his tennis as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Carp Fishing Tips Whats the alternative to lead weights? In this article I would like to talk about some different ways of getting more out of your carp fishing. Recently I have started to do a few things differently and I think it is making a difference. Firstly the length of hooklink. Over the last few years articles have talked about using shorter hooklinks but I don t see many people using them, I m talking about very short 21/2 3inches. I reckon some anglers are not keen on this because your bait is sitting very close to the lead, but your bait is not always the length of your hooklink away from the bait anyway, lots of times when you ve cast the bait follows the lead down and could be sitting right next to the lead unless when you tighten up you move the lead! If you don t like your bait very close to the lead why is that?, is it because you think carp can recognise danger when they see the lead! I reckon on well fished waters carp are cautious of leads that s why I ve starting using the Stonze . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All the anglers fished the same lake and used the Stonze system with the very short hooklinks and used the method with Pallatrax boilies. Over 48 hours 984lb of carp were caught plus tench and roach. Images curtesy of Brian Atkins 2003 I noticed that directly you cast out you would get small fish attacking the method and would get bleeps and knocks until the bigger fish moved in and you would get a run. If we had all used 3oz leads and 10 inch hooklinks I m convinced we wouldn t have caught so many fish. If you use long hooklinks carp can pick up your bait and move twice the distance of your hooklink before they tighten to the lead. Different Rig 3 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Family Health History Individuals that know and understand their family s health history are more prepared to change, adjust, and plan strategies that reduce their risk of developing and susceptibility to genetic diseases and other health ailments. I will reflect on the history, health problems, and risks of genetic diseases present for each family member throughout three generations. Advancements in genetic scientific research may predict an individual s susceptibility to diseases and health ailments and may encourage behavioral changes to reduce this risk (Collins, Ryan, Truby, 2014, p. 480). Questions, interventions, answers, and strategies will be presented throughout this paper to ensure a better understanding of health risks and ailments prevalent in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Health risks involving the effects of how excess mucus in the lungs causes respiratory problems and how it prevents the pancreas from releasing digestive enzymes that break down food and absorb vital nutrients will be discussed (Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 2016). An intervention and treatment plan will be tailored to the individual and include specialized management and care of dedicated and specialized medical professionals. Therapies will be discussed and implemented that will provide techniques, equipment, and medicines that will loosen and thin mucus to clear the airways, reduce infections, and improve the absorption of vital ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. A New Era Of Deep Cooperation A New Era of Deep Cooperation Economic 2166F November 29, 2016 Jingwen Guo 250811379 In recent years, airlines build a closer relationship, especially European airlines and Chinese airlines. Europe is the headstream of airplane, but compared to North America, European aviation is a little bit weak on the ridership. In late 1990s and early 2000s, Europe had more interactions with American aviation. In recent years, Europe set China as a new partner. European aviation is trying to expand its international market through increasing new cooperation. In recent years, the relationship between Chinese and European Aviation is getting closer. The strongest evidence is that Chinese government and European Union have signed a 5 year work agreement for reducing the economic burden in aviation industry, preserving aviation safety and environmental compatibility. European Union and China emphasized the importance of this project by preparing over 10 million euro as its budget. The detailed work plan was reviewed and updated in September 2016. This is the first official cooperation in European and Chinese aviation, which is managed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Civil Aviation Administration of China. In terms to those individual airlines, there is another event that caught the public attention is that the chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Carsten Spohr and Mr. Song Zhiyong, President and Executive Director of Air China ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Persuasive Essay On A Car A car is a purchase any parent will have to face at some point down the road but, finding the most affordable and durable option can be tricky. Most will put the research aside and let the internet, or car salesperson, tell them which car is best but that does not mean it is best suited for them. After careful research, comparisons, and consideration towards three different cars, a Jeep Cherokee, Nissan Rogue, and Honda CR V, teens will be able to make the most responsible purchase and parents will be left at ease with their child s decision. A teen will want to work with his or her parents to find a car with the best fuel economy, lowest scheduled payments, and best safety ratings. Fuel economy may not seem like it would be a person s deciding factor when choosing a car, however, everybody will want to be aware of it. Fuel economy is very important to someone who does not want to make several stops at the gas station during the day, or worse, pay for said gas more than they should. The gas a car needs to run fluctuates in price but typically stay pretty high and those costs will add up. Each car model consumes a different amount of gas to go the same distance, this is shown through a city/highway miles per gallon comparison to check how much gas will be used. For a Jeep Cherokee, the comparison is twenty one/thirty or four gallons for every one hundred miles; a Nissan Rogue is twenty six/thirty three or three point three gallons for every one hundred miles; and a Honda ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Response to Turner s Essay on The Significance of the... Response to Turner s Essay on The Significance of the Frontier in American History Turner s The Significance of the Frontier in American History essay presents the primary model for comprehending American history. Turner developed his notions on the uncovering of the 1890 census that the frontier was coming to an end, that the nation had occupied its continental borders. As Turner discusses in his essay, an extensive era of American development approached an ending, but left enduring marks on American society. A major notion within his claims of the American frontier is, the existence of an area of free land, its continuous recession, and the advance of American settlement westward, [that] ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Critics denounce Turner s thesis as being much too ignorant on economic concerns of past industrial America. Turner was also criticized for removing the natives from his narrative and further ignores alternative motives. Furthermore, the notion of the frontier is also criticized as being environmentally deterministic as people did not being fresh based on ambitions, but were merely victims of their current surroundings. Supporters of Turner s thesis, defend Turner s ideas of the frontier as the opportunity to spawn individualism, democracy, and freedom. Furthermore, they announce his claims as valid and reasonable, defending Turner s notions that during the great American frontier the thinkers were restless and inquiring, but what they lacked was room in which to try out their innovations…The frontier offered them the room and the opportunity. (Webb, 53) While Turner s critics are valid in the sense that Turner s account on the frontier did not reveal the environmental determinism and his lack of revealing the presence of natives with his narrative as profound flaws within his claims, nevertheless, his thesis remains extremely influential within ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Gullivers Supposed English Superiority Essay Gullivers Supposed English Superiority Gulliver s typical Anglocentric Enlightenment views are best exemplified in Chapter 1 of Part IV of Gulliver s Travels. The long paragraph, in which he describes his encounter with the Yahoos as well as the circumstances leading up to it, illustrates the climax of his Anglocentric views, after which his English pride begins to gradually degenerate and his desire to emulate the Houyhnyms arises. His English pride in this paragraph is demonstrated by his resolution to trade his life with the local Savages using Toys as his only means, his judgment of the Yahoo s lack of comprehensive language ability, and his ever present disgust for bodily functions. As the passage opens, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Due to his sense of Enlightenment superiority, Gulliver does not even entertain the possibility that his life actually is as insignificant as the Toys which he plans on trading for it. Ironically, as his pride degenerates into a hatred for his own race, Gulliver indeed starts to believe in the insignificance of human life. After Gulliver considers his options, he inspects the island and observes a species of animals whom he likens at different points in the paragraph to goats, squirrels, monsters, cattle and beasts. It is no wonder then, that later when Gulliver reveals that these creatures are human beings, that his reader is surprised. He describes their shapes as Singular and deformed....their Skins were of a brown Buff colour. Perhaps one reason Gulliver does not initially see any resemblance between himself and the Yahoos is because they are not white; perhaps his Anglocentric ideal does not permit any color but white to be acknowledged as his equal. What seems certain, however, is the fact that Gulliver feels an immediate antipathy to the Yahoos because they show no indication of having a rational language. In watching them, he does not see them speak to each other and this alienates him because as we see in each voyage, it is imperative to Gulliver that he learn the language of the peoples he encounters, from the Lilliputians to the Brobdingnagians. As with all his journeys, he wants to find inhabitants that he may ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Japan As A Collectivist Country Many westerners view Japan as a collectivist country that differs greatly when comparing it to western countries such as the United States in cultural aspects. One may explain that Confucianism plays a key role in how the Japanese society functions. Others may argue that Japan is distinctively different and no other country share similar traits. People can see the evidence of Japan being a collectivistic country by comparing Japan to other countries in the concept of high context society versus low context society. How do Japan and other countries differ in culture? Japan is regarded as a high context society and on the other hand the United States is considered a low context society. In high context societies, people often value relationships more than partnership. The virtue of harmony is the main emphasis in high context societies. In the United States students are often encouraged to know how to form an argument and debate with other people to prove their opinion and persuade other people to agree. On the contrary, Japanese students learn about teamwork through different task and recognize oneself as a member of the society. In Japan, people discourage competition and encourage cooperation. Unlike the United States where children are often praised for being unique and special, Japan tends to prefer conformity and children are advised to be just like everyone else in the group. Although it has changed throughout the past decade, before all most all female Japanese ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Assignment On Language Diversity P age |1 Janine Wiggill( Student No:30147794) Unit 1: Language as a process Assignment 02 Observe Interview / Exploring language diversity where you live Task 1: Observe your community I live on a farm in the Kwa Zulu Natal Midlands. I spent three mornings on a building site observing three builders from the local community at work. (please refer to Image 1 below) IMAGE 1 SPARAK , HAMILTON AND SIMPHIWE ON A BUILDING SITE IN LIDGETTON, KZN MIDLANDS Prior to spending time observing the men, I approached them and introduced myself to them. I greeted them in isiZulu and I asked if they understood English. One of the three men confirmed that he could communicate in English, and he offered to translate my request to the other two men who ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hamilton learnt the basics of English whilst attending school (completed Grade 8). Due to the fact that isiZulu is spoken more widely in KZN, South Africa than Sesotho, it was not as necessary / important for Hamilton to learn how to communicate in Sesotho, as much as it was for Sparak and Simphiwe to learn how to communicate in isiZulu. Why are they acting / behaving in certain ways? During their lunch break on day two, I noticed that Sparak and Simphiwe each had a brightly coloured blanket which they wrapped around their shoulders. They sat down, flat on the grass, and ate their lunch (consisting of spinach, potato and pap , which is a stiff, mealie meal), using their fingers to scoop their food into their mouths. No other eating utensils were used. Simphiwe, the younger of the two Sotho s, treated the older Sparak, with much respect. This was evident when I observed that he waited for Sparak to sit down first, he handed Sparak his lunch, and he fetched water for Sparak to drink. Hamilton joined Sparak and Simphiwe for lunch. However, he sat on a low wooden bench and he didn t have a bright blanket wrapped around his shoulders. The lunch that Hamilton was eating was samp and beans. (Traditional Zulu meal). Hamilton ate his lunch with a spoon. He did not eat with his hands at all. The three men very willingly offered and shared their lunch with each other. I read up on the manner in which the three men behaved and I learnt the following: It is part of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Examples Of Cultural Hegemony In Doris Lessing Thesis Statement Understanding the facts that are presented by Gramsci, Raymond and Althusser, regarding the growth of the theory of cultural hegemony that is typically originated from Marxist ideas and the post colonial theory, it is indispensable to apply this to the novels of Doris Lessing. The novels of Lessing are written mostly about women who lived in the colonial countries and have experienced the problems of the colonizer and repercussion of colonization. The novels chosen for this research are The Grass is Singing, The Golden Notebook and The Children of Violence series. The projected thesis aims to study the hidden injuries of a class which is hurt by the so called rulers. It is the aim of the scholar to bring out the elements which reveal the dignity of the oppressed, and the economism and politics of the author as externalized in the selected novels. The main aim is to study the elements hegemony in these novels. There is great evidence that can be culled from these novels about the fragmented societies where gender, race and class determine the destiny of people. The author uses a conventional tone in her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Much of her work is concerned with the everyday and inner lives of sensitive, receptive women. Lessing was awarded Nobel Prize in Literature in 2007. The Swedish Academy described her as that epicist of the female experience, who with scepticism, fire and visionary power has subjected a divided civilization to scrutiny . Lessing was the eleventh woman and the oldest person yet to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. The premier and foremost literary honour was given to a woman who has analyzed and judged human nature in the second half of the 20th century like no other literary writer, when Doris Lessing won the Nobel Prize for Literature in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Adware Caleb Olumuyiwa N/T 2580 Introduction To Information Security Week 2 A ssigment Define Key Terms. Adware | A software program that collects infor mation about Internet usage and uses it to present targeted advertisements to users. Asset | Any item that has value to an organization or a person. Attack | An attempt to exploit a vulnerability of a computer or network component Backdoor | An undocumented and often unauthor ized access method to a computer resource that bypasses normal access controls. Black hat hacker | A computer attacker who tries to break IT security for the challenge and to prove technical prowess. Cookie | A text file sent from a Web site to a Web browser to store for later use. Cookies contain details gleaned ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Phreaking | The act of studying, experimenting with, or exploring telephone systems, telephone company equipment, and systems connected to public telephone networks. . Pop up | A type of window that appears on top of the browser window. Pop ups generally contain ads. Although pop ups are not strictly adware, many adware programs use them to interact with users. Replay attack | An attack in which the attacker captures data packets from a network and retrans mits them to produce an unauthorized effect Rootkit | A type of malware that modifies or replaces one or more existing programs to hide the fact that a computer has been compromised. script kiddie | A person with little or no computer attack skills. Script kiddies simply follow directions or use a cookbook approach without fully under standing the meaning of the steps they are performing. security breach | Any event that results in a violation of any of the A I C security tenets. session hijacking | A network attack in which the attacker attempts to take over an existing connection between two network computers. smurfing | A DoS attack that uses a directed broad cast to create a flood of network traffic for the victim computer sniffer | An application that captures traffic as it travels across a network spam | Unwanted e mail or instant messages spear phishing | An e mail or instant message ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Significance Of Joan Of Arc 1. Introduction 500 For more than a hundred years, the Kingdom of England and the House of Valois of France found themselves locked in war for the French throne. The hundred and sixteen year series of battles took place from 1337 to 1453, with historians often separating it into three phases: the Edwardian Era (1337 1360), the Caroline War (1369 1389), and the Lancastrian War (1415 1453). Despite English success that lasted the majority of the conflict, and was revived by Henry V, the war resulted a French victory but high casualty losses on both sides. Beyond this, the war was not only limited to the two belligerents, but also involved Scotland, Spain, and the Low Countries, such as Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg (Villalon). The French victory and resurgence are mostly accredited to the arrival of Joan of Arc and, subsequently, the unity of the French after her execution by the English. Despite this, the question of the significance of Joan of Arc in the context of ending the Hundred ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, it featured rapid military innovation. Over the course of the war, weapons, the structure of an army, military tactics, and the very meaning of a war all changed (Curry). In addition, the war left both England and France with a changed meaning of their setting. France, after being divided for years, was finally once again united and shared nationalistic sentiment that had been lacking prior to and during the course of the war (Curry). Meanwhile, the English found themselves losing almost all of their land outside of their island territory. Thus, this awakened their need to develop a navy, which would be one of the most notable parts of the British Empire in their future (Villalon). Therefore, the Hundred Years War has found itself a pivotal place in history and worthy of study, thus bringing into question the true cause of the end of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Mass Media And Its Effects On Children Mass media is part of the average persons everyday life, from morning to night; modern society absorbs and consumes it constantly. Adults are aware of it and see the media, as advertisements on television, the latest blockbuster at the theaters or the trendy new clothing. Children are not free from it either; they to are exposed to the medias imagery and ideals maybe more than adults are. Parents may not pay close attention to the media their children are exposed to; adults may think they are just harmless children s toys or games. From the time they wake up and they pour themselves a bowl of brand name cereal, to the time they are put in bed with their stuff animal or toy, they are in the presence of some sort of media and its imagery. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Parents might think that the idea of their 5 year old girl dieting as too farfetched, but that same thin ideal is already being pushed on them. In fact, children who watch hours of television a day are exposed to dieting, and may see it as a part of growing up. Heavier viewing children may glamorize dieting and view it as a way of playing grown up before they begin to diet with the intention of meeting an internalized body ideal. (Harrison et al) Children are very receptive to these images, they may see dieting as just a grown up thing now, but later on may see it as a necessary part of growing up. If children can catch on to things like that, then they can certainty catch on to things like the thin ideal. An experiment was done where preschool aged girls were given a choice between playing with three different game pieces, a fat one, a normal one, and a thin game piece; this was what the researchers discovered. Preschool girls between the ages of 3 and 5 attribute more negative adjectives to fat targets and more positive adjectives to thin targets. In addition, preschool girls were less likely to select a fat target as their playmate or best friend and more likely to select a thin target as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Bombing Of The Uss Maine February 15th, 1898, the USS Maine was hit with a mine as it sat in the Havana Harbor. There is large speculation to whether that is the truth or not. Over the years it is still a topic of debate as of what caused the explosion. Some believe that the Spaniards did it, others believe it was a clumsy mistake of misplaced ammo, others believe it was a spontaneous coal fire that caught a box of ammunition on fire. No matter the cause, the loss of the ship and 260 of her crew was devastating to America at the time and led to strong feelings of dislike towards the Spaniards, leading to the Spanish American war of 1898. The theories behind the explosion of the USS Maine is mainly focused around two ideas, there are many angles that can be viewed for the cause of this disaster and its fueling of the war that will be examined in this paper. The Spanish American war was a short war in which America won in three months, two weeks and four days. The fights were extremely unbalanced as America dominated Spain in all of the battles. At Manila Bay in the Philippines the American fleet, under command of Commodore Dewey, destroyed the Spanish fleet and took over the Philippines on May 1st, in which total America only had several wounded soldiers at the end of the battle. In June, American forces landed outside of the Cuban city of Santiago where their heavy woolen winter uniforms caused them to sweat profusely in the intense Spanish heat. Amidst the heat they re provisions consisted of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Magna Carta Essay The Magna Carta, Latin for Great Paper , was written as a charter for England in 1215 (Magna 1). The Magna Carta has had the most significant influence on modern day common law and constitutions. The document was originally written because of disagreements between the Pope, King John, and his English barons over the rights of the king. The Magna Carta required the king to renounce certain rights, and to accept that the powers of the king could be bound by law (Asimov 12). There are a few misconceptions about the Magna Carta, however. It was not the first document to attempt to limit the power of the king. It, however, failed to limit the power of the king, especially during the Middle Ages. The Magna Carta had been strengthened ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During the Tudor period, there was limited knowledge of the document, even by those who wrote about it. In the statute books, it appeared that the Magna Carta was brought about by King Henry III, rather than the reapplication of the original charter. The Magna Carta was first used during the Tudor period as a Bill of Rights. The church often attempted to use the first clause of the Magna Carter to protect itself from attacks by King Henry, but its claims had no credibility (Asimov 55). The first person to attempt to use the Magna Carta was Francis Bacon, who asserted that it guaranteed due process in a trial. At this time in English history, the Magna Carta was used in common law. However, it was not seen as a set of liberties guaranteed for the people against the Crown and government in general, but as a normal statute which gave a certain level of liberties that could not be relied on, especially against the king. Therefore, the Magna Carta had very little effect on government in the early Tudor period because of the power the king retained, a situation which lasted until the Elizabethan age. During the Elizabethan age, England was becoming the most powerful force in Europe. Pride was becoming a primary force in all areas of academics and attempts were made to prove that Parliament had Roman origins. The Magna Carta was interpreted as an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Little Altars Everywhere by Rebecca Wells Essay Throughout the novel Little Altars Everywhere , written by Rebecca wells, there are changes between the relationships of its characters. Viviane, the mother of Siddalee, Baylor and Little Shep, is one of the main characters, and most of the changes revolve around her. Throughout the novel, it is portrayed that Viviane has a closer relationship with her eldest daughter, Siddalee. Viviane has always been a distant mother, who is more worried with social things such as her Yaya sisterhood , than developing a close relationship between her and her family. Viviane is not only distant with her children, but she does not have a solid relationship with her husband, Big Shep. Siddalee, who can also be seen as the main character, is a lonely ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She was able to complete one of her dreams, to move away from her home town, and to become independent. She now has a job and is happy, although still lonely. In the last chapter, The First Imperfect Divine Compassion Baptism Video , Siddalee returns to Louisiana for the baptism of her goddaughter Lee, Baylor s daughter. All the family is there for the event. It has been a while since Viv and Sidda have seen each other. On their first encounter they try to act as normal as possible, while complementing eachother. Mother, I reply, you ve got to be kidding! Aqua was made for this time of the year. You will be the belle of the baptism. (215) This happened when Viv called Baylor s house to speak to Siddalee so she could ask her about what to wear for the baptism. Viviane then mentions how she had no one else to call, as her Yaya s were all unavailable. Viv made It seem like Sidda was her last choice. At the ceremony, as a godmother Sidda is carrying the child around, while everyone is looking at her, and Viviane is trying to film at her and take pictures. Siddalee believes that this is what is making the baby cry and she tries to avoid the flashes. When Viv tries again to film her granddaughter, Siddalee, for the first time stood up to her mother and turned away with the baby. Mama makes a frantic gesture for me to turn Lee back around to face the camara, but I ignored her. (220) This can be seen as how Sidda ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Second World War II The Second World War is one of the most familiar wars to the everyday person because of its massive effect on the global community s future. It is arguably the first and only total war in the history of the war. Hew Strachan believes that it is because of its totality, which is seen through all of the components and scale of World War II. His fellow historian Robert Messer agrees saying That first truly global conflict mobilized economies and populations of the world on a scale and degree that, if not total, was unprecedented in history. They both agree, that World War II is the best example of total war for basically the same reasons, but Strachan will go more in depth. While, Messer dives into the morality of dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I will first review Strachan s essay and then will explain how Strachan and Messer both agree that the Second World War was total in nature. First, we will examine Strachan s essay, Total War . He gives a very good and detailed argument for how total war was perceived before and after the war. He explains that total war was used before the war as a means to fully mobilize a nation, but after the war it was used to describe the carnage inflicted on the enemy. This argument gives total war two definitions, which may be fair, because how can something abstract have a truly rigid definition. In reality, the combination of the two definitions lead to a viable single definition of the process of total war. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Al Ahram Beverages Case Analysis Al Ahram Beverages Company 2 By: Marmina Abdel Malek 900 00 1809 Fall 09 I Overview: ABC was a public company originally found in 1897, that has been nationalized in 1963, until it had been privatized in 1997 and acquired by the Luxor Investment group represented by Ahmed el Zayat as a CEO and board chairman. Luxor group is an American investment group focusing on investment more than the business itself. Zayat s vision and objectives: Marinating local market dominance and transforming the company from a domestic brewer to a leading edge multinational beverages company. II Situation Analysis: General Environment Analysis o Demographic Trends  350 million Muslim in the MENA region  Platform for easy access to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Maximizing value for shareholders Cons: The company would be perceived as a foreign entity, which might affect brand loyalty. ABC, will become one of many subsidiaries at Heineken which might have negative effects on ABS such as: c. Being used in transfer costs operations, making ABC serve other subsidiaries and making losses d. Serving the global strategic goals of Heineken which might not always for the best interest of ABC. B. MBO: Al Zayat acquiring ABC jointly with Banque Misr Pros: ABC continuing its success story leveraging the experience and tactics of el Zayat. With the Banque Misr joint venture, the company would be perceived as national entity and would receive more support from the government and citizens. Maximizing value for shareholders if acquired with the same amount as Heineken group. Cons: Slower international expansion Religious movement forcing Banque Misr from pulling out from alcoholic (or any non Islamic friendly businesses). Recommended Action: I would recommend selling ABC to Heineken because Heineken s resources and international presence will help ABC grow in a sky rocketing speed. At the same time, Heineken s acquisition maximizes the shareholders value (i.e. Luxor Group) who originally appointed Al Zayat for this purpose. However, ABC and Al Zayat have to make sure that the Heineken s strategies, goals and interests are aligned with ABC s and not exploiting ABC to serve any other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Human Development Index ( Hdi ) After market reforms where announced in the late 1970s by Deng Xiaoping (paramount leader), China has been among the most rapidly growing economies in the world. Although having serious natural resource scarcity this growth has been speared headed through 80% of china s exports are manufactured goods making china heavily dependant on international markets (export led) . The Gross Domestic Product per capita (GDP) of china in 1962 was at record lows of 130.14 USD, since market reforms, China regularly exceeding 10% GDP growth annually (figure 1) and was last recorded at 6416.18 US dollars in 2015 . Gross national income (GNI) is the total income received by all households, including that earned in foreign countries. China is ranked 113th in 2013 in the world having an $11,850PPP and although GNI does not measure economic development it is used to measure the ability to buy goods and services . Human development index (HDI) is a composite indicator measurement based on life expediency, education and standard of living GDP, chia in ranked 101st in the world . This growth has led to an increase in the standard of living and a decline in poverty. As differences in the cost of living across the world evolve so does the poverty line. Since 2008, the last update, the poverty line has increased $0.25c to $1.25. As of October 2015, the line has further increased $0.65c to $1.90 . Therefor, between 1981 and 2008, the amount of China s population living on less than $1.25/day is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Black Holes And Its Effects On Society Supermassive black holes are so mysterious when it comes to the knowledge we know about them. We still don t know much about them and there will always be conspiracies about them, but we still need to find more information about them to understand more. Black holes are developed when a star s core collapses and then mass is getting eaten by the core which leads to the star to die in a supernova explosion. This can go two ways, one is that the star turns into a neutron star, and the second is it turns into a black hole but only if the star is massive enough. There are known to be three kinds of black holes. Intermediate, stellar, and supermassive black holes. We still don t know how supermassive black holes are formed, but most scientists ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is called Cygnus X 1. Rockets that were carrying a device called Geiger counter that measure radioactivity by counting ionizing particles. Eight X ray sources were found and scientist detected radio emissions from Cygnus X 1. A massive hidden companion was found and that was considered the first black hole to be discovered. (6) We have a lot of evidence to prove that supermassive black holes exist in galaxies. Scientist found evidence of a supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way, the galaxy NGC 4258, galaxy M87, and several more. Scientist verified the existence of black holes by studying the speed of the clouds of gas orbiting the galaxy regions. In 1994, the Hubble space telescope measured an unseen object that had an estimated mass of about 3 billion times the mass of the sun in our solar system. The unseen object was located in the center of the galaxy M87. Scientist measured the mass of the object through the motion of the object whirling around the center. (2) More evidence for the existence of supermassive black holes is the existence of quasars. Quasars are a massive and extremely remote celestial object that emits large amounts of energy. They are also one of the brightest objects in the universe. They are typically more than 100 times brighter than the galaxies they re in. Quasars emit light through disks of gas and stars that are known as an accretion disk. The accretion disk surrounds black holes. The closest quasars are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Vygotsky s Theory Of Human Development Lev Vygotsky was an educator and a theorist known primarily for his sociocultural theory. Vygotsky developed the sociocultural theory, which is the theory of human development through social and cultural influences (Aimin, 2013), during the 1920 s 30 s. One of Vygotsky s focuses was the concept of the zone of proximal development (ZPD), which is the idea of a child being appropriately challenged, this will be discussed further on. His theory stemmed from how children s learning is impacted greatly through guidance of peers, cultural relations (language), social interactions, teachers and any other adult figure in their environment. In the last 10 15 years, teachers, caregivers, and educators have been attending more to Vygotsky s theory and his concept of the zone of proximal development, because his work impacts how children learn in their optimal environment (Trawick Smith, 2015). Vygotsky s sociocultural theory will be discussed through historical insight, explanation of the theory itself, how sociocultural and society relate to each other, and how the theory is applied in the educational society. [Historical information] When Vygotsky died in 1934 there were still parts of the theory that needed to be researched on and expanded upon, which was left in the hands of other theoreticians (Wang, Bruce, Hughes 2011). On the historical foundation line with Locke on one end and Rosseau on the other end, Vygotsky is one of the only theorists that falls directly in the middle ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Dichotomy In Rear Window Alfred Hitchcock once defined his film Rear Window (Hitchcock, 1954), as the story of a man who cannot move and looks through a window, about what he sees and how he reacts to it (Truffaut, 1986). In addition, Hitchcock constructs the character of the protagonist of the film, Jeff (James Steward), not only by using cinematographic devices to show how Jeff interprets what he sees and his own life, but also stabilising a dichotomy between what he looks at and what he lives. At the beginning of the film, a camera movement reveals Jeff´s profession and why he is immobilized in a wheel chair. He is a photographer, interested in looking at other´s lives; consequently, he could be described as a voyeur. Across a very limited space the courtyard ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For those reasons, even when he is in a sweet moment with Lisa in his arms, he prefers looking at the outside of his apartment, and even he feels more sexual attraction towards Miss. Torso (Georgine Darcy) through the window than towards Lisa, who is in his arms or more explicit, offering herself in his sofa. Lisa as Thorvald at the end, represents a menace and when he feels threatened, does not hesitate to take his binoculars (or even the flash), as the only way to prevent danger. To sum up, Hitchcock uses a film as Rear window to construct an allegory between reality and fiction. The end of the film is ambiguous because although Jeff chooses real life, as he presents his back to the window and to the outside, the clash between reality and fiction has a price, if you choose fiction probably, you could lose to live in a real society, but if you choose reality, you could lose your identity, as Jeff. So, inside this film, there is not only one crime, but also other metaphoric murdered: Jeff, who has renounced to his fantasies to adapt himself in a conformed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Maya Angelou Research Papers Maya Angelou is a phenomenal woman. She was born into a devastating decade, that suffered numerous tragedies. Not only had society shaped her as a woman, she has also shaped our society and influenced many lives. She is still living today, yet I believe her legend will never die. Furthermore I will share with you what motivated her and some of her gratifying experiences. How she was effected by society, and what she did about it. Also how the time period she was born into made her the extraordinary woman she is today. Maya Angelou was born on April 4, 1928, a year before the crash of 29 (the stock market crash). To get a sense of what exactly Maya was born into, I will explain what exactly this meant. This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her parents mover her back, along with Bailey to Stamps, Arkansas as a cure. Her parents moved to Southern California and were seldom heard from. Her mother remarried in 1940. Maya and Bailey had daily chores to do at the General Store. Their grandmothers general store was a success, many people did not believe that a black woman owned and ran it. Maya had a very close relationship with her older brother Bailey. They always had there secrets jokes in church and she could always talk to him. He was always there for her, she trusted him completely. Maya amp;#8217;s family, was one of the few black family amp;#8217;s during the depression that did not suffer severely, mainly because their grandmother owned the general store. Yet, just because they didn amp;#8217;t suffer severely, they still suffered, they were well fed enough but they would still stop by the poorer family amp;#8217;s just to get peanut butter, as a treat. Maya and Bailey move to San Francisco to rejoin with their mother. May gave birth to her son Guy, at age 17. When in high school, she received a two year scholarship to study dance and drama at the California Labor School. Maya became the first black San Francisco streetcar conductor. She moved to Laurel Canyon in Hollywood, where she sang and raised her son. She didn amp;#8217;t like the fame, so she moved to Washington, where she met Bilie Holiday, She and Bilie became good friends. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. An Understanding of Roy s Adaptation Theory The History of the Roy Adaptation Model The Roy Adaptation Model for Nursing had it s beginning with Sister Callista Roy entered the masters program in pediatric nursing at the University of California in Los Angeles in 1964. Dorothy E. Johnson, Roy s advisor and seminar faculty, was speaking at the time on the need to define the goal of nursing as a way of focusing the development of knowledge for practice. During Roy s first seminar in pediatric nursing, she proposed that the goal of nursing was promoting patient adaptation. Johnson encouraged her to develop her concept of adaptation as a framework for nursing, throughout the course of her master s program. Von Vertalanffy s use of systems theory was a key component in the early ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The internal and external environment provide input or stimuli. The environment is always changing and interacting with the person. The stimuli are divided into focal; contextual, and residual categories. Focal stimuli immediately confronts the adaptive system. Contextual stimuli or background stimuli is genetic makeup, sex, maturity, drugs, alcohol, etc. Residual stimuli are beliefs, attitudes, experiences, traits which may be relevant but effects are indeterminate and therefore cannot be validated. Nursing According to Roy, the Nurse using the Nursing Process, promotes adaptation responses during health and illness to free energy from ineffective or inadequate responses to increase health and wellness. Goals, mutually agreed on and prioritized, are proposed to meet the global goals of: survival/growth and promotion/reproduction of race/society/attaining full potential or mastery of self. The nurse uses activities to increase adaptive and decrease ineffective responses during illness and health. These activities alter or manipulate the client s focal, contextual and residual stimuli and expand his repertoire of effective coping mechanisms. Nursing focuses on the person as a biopsychosocial being at some point along the health illness continuum. In contrast, medicine focuses on biological systems and the patient s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Athletes Suffer In Sports Analysis As a visiting Lecturer in the TCEM department, Larry Jinkins spends his days challenging traditional thinking to create new innovations. He is one of the co founders of the Sports Innovation Institute (SII) that partners with the Indianapolis sports community to advance and create unique collaboration around industry specific challenges. In 2013, one of his own innovations came to life called the Whip LS. Suffering from a cracked C5 vertebrae in college football, he understood the forceful impact that athletes suffer in sports. The initial concept came to life when as a high school football official. Larry saw a lot of things happening on the field, including misuse of equipment. He saw the need of creating a piece that would control and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The Success Of The Bell Jar By Sylvia Plath Ever since her suicide Sylvia Plath has become a well known female author, her most famous piece of work being The Bell Jar. While the book has rose in popularity many argue that the sum of the reputation that the book holds is because of the story behind the author, and her own suicide. Yet, those who argue this fail to see how Plath is a revolutionary author for her time, through this piece of writing. The success of The Bell Jar is not held accountable to Plath s suicide but on her actual writing, and how she speaks out on topics that authors of her time don t usually write about such as having a feminist standpoint and on reaching insanity. Throughout the novel, Plath maintains the theme of feminism, making her main character, Esther, a feminist. She doesn t believe that she needs a man to be successful or happy, which was an idea many women at the time thrived on. Path separates Esther and these women early on in the book saying how ...simply hanging around in New York to get married to some career man or other. These girls looked awfully bored to me, (4). Continuing to separate herself from the status quo Esther states that she hated the idea of serving men in any way, (76). In her mind, a man holds a woman back from her own independent success. She makes this idea very clear by incorporating a husband in her envision of her imaginary fig tree. By having a single fig for a husband alone means that Esther feels as though a husband or any man will hold her back from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. A Brief Note On The Therac 25 Incident # P1 Q26 ###Therac 25 The Therac 25 incident is one of the more difficult to understand. AECL, the company which designed and manufactured Therac 25 is opaque, and gives little to no information on how the software was developed. There is no one incident report, as this took place over two years and 6 unrelated accidents. Many institutions did not even realize the cause patients radiation burns and later medical issues until months after. Most of what follows is based on a paper by Nancy Leveson called Medical Devices: Therac 25, which was written in 1995 for IEEE. Sometimes software bugs can result in the loss of lives, as was the case with a device called Therac 25. Of 11 Therac 25s installed, there were 6 reported accidents, including 3 fatalities, between 1985 and 1987, after which the device was recalled. Patients were given hundreds of times of radiation than is usual for this treatment. All of the safety mechanisms in Therac 25 relied on software, which itself was running on custom operating system with no synchronization, and, therefore, multiple race conditions that could not easily be detected and reproduced. Therac 20, a similar linear accelerator, which had hardware interlocks to ensure safety, experienced similar software malfunctions, but did not cause any bodily harm. It was revealed in a deposition that minimal unit testing was done on the software, violating principle 1.03, of the ACM/IEEE software engineering code of ethics. In addition, the device ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Importance Of The Normandy Invasion June 6, 1944. The world has been at war for almost 5 years. The Axis Powers have occupied France and a lot of Europe. The USSR is pushing the Germans out of Russia and back towards Germany. The Allies are preparing to invade and take back Europe and defeat the Axis. The invasion starts with a mix of British and American paratroopers being dropped behind enemy lines to take important and over 100,00 soldiers are preparing to launch one of the largest sea invasions of all time. The soldiers are a mix of British, Canadian, and United States origin. The 5 beaches being attacked are codenamed Utah, Gold, Sword, Juno, and Omaha. In the end, the invasion as a whole turned out to be a success on every beach. There were many reasons for this success, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This was a very long stretch of beach near the Cherbourg peninsula, bordered by Utah Beach and Gold Beach. The 1st and 29th American infantry divisions landed here on June 6, 1944 at approximately 6.30 A.M. The landscape of the beach and surrounding area made it easy to defend, but very difficult to attack. Facing the shore were large cliffs with multiple machine gun emplacements and bunkers looking down towards it. Between the bunkers was barely any cover for the soldiers. This brings up the question: Why did the Allies attack it? There are many reasons. First, the Allies needed a way to link up Utah to Gold and the rest of the British sector. Utah was needed for the capture of Cherbourg, and Gold was needed to put the Mulberry harbor in place. If these did not get linked to each other, the soldiers on each front wouldn t be able to communicate effectively. Second, the Allied needed to make sure the Germans couldn t regroup and counterattack. A counterattack at that stage would be terrible for the Allies because they had not landed much supplies yet and had sustained a lot of casualties. Taking Omaha would prevent this from happening. Finally, Omaha covered the most land. This was essential for capturing the most possible towns, cities, and communication hubs. In spite of all the difficulties, the Allies took the cliffs at around 10 A.M. Over the course of these 4 hours, the General of the Army Omar ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Crisp-Dm CRISP DM 1.0 Step by step data mining guide Pete Chapman (NCR), Julian Clinton (SPSS), Randy Kerber (NCR), Thomas Khabaza (SPSS), Thomas Reinartz (DaimlerChrysler), Colin Shearer (SPSS) and Rüdiger Wirth (DaimlerChrysler) SPSS is a registered trademark and the other SPSS products named are trademarks of SPSS Inc. All other names are trademarks of their respective owners. 2000 SPSS Inc. CRISPMWP 1104 This document describes the CRISP DM process model and contains information about the CRISP DM methodology, the CRISP DM reference model, the CRISP DM user guide, and the CRISP DM reports, as well as an appendix with additional related information. This document and information herein are the exclusive property of the partners of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Over the next two and a half years, we worked to develop and refine CRISP DM. We ran trials in live, large scale data mining projects at Mercedes Benz and at our insurance sector partner, OHRA. We worked on the integration of CRISP DM with commercial data mining tools. The SIG proved invaluable, growing to over 200 members and holding workshops in London, New York, and Brussels. By the end of the EC funded part of the project mid 1999 we had produced what we considered a good quality draft of the process model. Those familiar with that draft will find that a year later, although now much more complete and better presented, CRISP DM 1.0 is by no means radically different. We were acutely aware that, during the project, the process model was still very much a work in progress; CRISP DM had only been validated on a narrow set of projects. Over the past year, DaimlerChrysler had the opportunity to apply CRISP DM to a wider range of applications. SPSS and NCR s Professional Services groups have adopted CRISP DM and used it successfully on numerous customer engagements covering many industries and business problems. Throughout this time, we have seen service suppliers from outside the consortium adopt CRISP DM, repeated references to it by analysts as the de facto standard for the industry, and a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Effects Of Social And Economic Groupings To Their Members Global social and economic groupings have significant beneficial effects for their members. Discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement (40) It is beneficial to us when assessing said statement to begin by considering the main reasons for the formation of social and economic groupings. First and foremost considering the 4 main types of alliances. Between Free Trade Areas and Customs Unions it is fair to say that the main goal is to restrict imports from non member countries, in turn allowing the economies of the member countries to flourish and provide for themselves, amongst themselves, in terms of trade. Common Markets on the other hand keep import tariffs in place, instead allowing the free movement of labour and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is feared to possibly lead towards cultural homogenisation, as member countries begin to lose their identities certainly politically, as the EU becomes a supposed super state. While others will argue that this social grouping allows for a more peaceful situation between all member countries, this was especially true following World War 2; which in itself lead to the creation of the EU. As well as arguing that the EU allows for more accessible travel, allowing European citizens to discover different cultures and live in better harmony. Another well know grouping is NAFTA, a free trade agreement created in 1994 between the United States, Canada and Mexico. This created one of the largest free trade areas of the world. Its success has been astounding boosting trade between the member countries from $306bn to $930bn. However in more recent assessments it has been suggested that in the long haul it has been more damaging than helpful for Mexico; as an LEDC at the time some suggest it may have exploited. Suggestions are based on the assumptions that as a result of the NAFTA agreement Mexico s rate of development has been hindered. The most basic measure of economic progress, especially for a developing country like Mexico, is the growth of income (or GDP) per person. Out of 20 Latin American countries (South and Central America plus ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Leo Tolstoy s Colonel Sarty Snopes For my dinner party, I am going to invite William Faulkner, Victor Hugo, Leo Tolstoy, and the character Colonel Sarty Snopes. I have chosen these guests because of their connection with revolution. Leo Tolstoy writes about the revolution one takes at the scariest moment of one s life, death. According to The Norton Anthology of Western Literature, What, Tolstoy asks us, is the relationship between abstract, universal truths and our intensely felt personal experience? (Puchner et al. 1440; 4) Faulkner writes about, the clash of generations and ways of life, racial and family tragedies, and in almost archetypal terms, the opposition of good and evil (Puchner et al. 1992; 3). Hugo explores not only the French Revolution but also the revolution ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This vision was of a liberation in this life from the tyranny of time and the terror of death. I want to know if Tolstoy believed his life to be the same as Ivan. According to his answer, I would then ask, If not, what questions do you think you will ask yourself, if any? I would ask him the questions because I want to know if he believes people ask the same questions when they are dying, or does it depend on how they have lived their lives. Does Tolstoy think the same as Hudspith when it comes to his views of death: Time, then, may be seen as a key element in Tolstoy s view of immortality; this has implications, as we shall see, for characters perceptions of time in his novels, their attitudes to their past, their present, their future and inevitable death? I would then ask him if he even thought he would influence someone as religiously influential as Gandhi (Puchner et al. 1439; 1). I just find it amazing that he inspired someone who has inspired millions. I would then ask what he thinks of the current violence in the world i.e. police brutality of racial groups and our current problems. I would ask Faulkner, Why did you criticize Southern hypocrisy and culture? I think by getting the answer to this would allow me to better understand how Faulkner writes and why. I would then ask him why he made up a whole new place, Yoknoupatawpha County (Puchner et al. 1994; 3), instead of using Oxford as his setting. This will answer the question, did he do it to not hurt the people of Oxford, or did he do it to disconnect from the events happening in the story? I would ask Faulkner about a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Analysis Of Make Your Home Among Strangers Author, Jennine Capo Crucet, in her novel, Make Your Home Among Strangers, describes the story of Lizet, a first generation Cuban American college student. Lizet is accepted into an elite college has a hard time balancing school and family and to make matters even more challenging her mother, Lourdes becomes more involved in the Ariel Hernandez case, a young Cuban boy who was rescued and brought to Miami and now is on the verge of being deported. As the case progresses it shows us how Lizet changes as minority in a wealthy, white, university. Crucet s purpose is to convey the idea that, going to college is difficult especially when coming from a minority background. Crucet adopts a sentimental tone in order to appeal to similar experiences for readers who experienced college. Crucet begins her novel by having Lizet tell her story from the present day. She works at a laboratory where they study coral reefs. She starts to talk about herself and shocks her co workers by telling them stories the canals in Miami. She appeals to the emotional audience by revealing to us the substandard conditions she lived in. We are first introduced to the unpleasant experiences when Lizet is with her family. It first starts when she is describing her arrival back to Hialeah, the flight back from New York was supposed to surprise for her mother and sister but instead got a negative reaction by have them say, What the fuck are you doing here (24) and You re not supposed to be here (24). We ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Dividends Discount Model In this paper, a study on the Dividends Discount Model (DDM) will be explored and explained. The four main topics that this essay will be based around include what two common share valuation techniques are used, the dividend discount model and the use of a multiples approach, a discussion on the relative advantages and disadvantages of dividend discount model and a look into which model would produce the most accurate results and Why? With the relevant content, research, and analysis of these specific topics, an understanding of these methods and procedures will be the overall objective and purpose of this paper. Formula = Dividend per share Discount rate Dividend growth rate Dividend discount ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The past plays a big part in the future when it comes to dividends, if there has been a strong growth in dividends in the past then future dividend growth is predicted signaling a strong bottom line and profits for the company. Advantages of the DDM are that it is frequently used when calculating share prices, due to it being easily taught and its simplicity making it easy to understand. DDM also has the ability to give value to a company s stock, disregarding the current market making it easy to compare across different companies and industries big or small. Another advantage is the models rely firmly on theory and also its ability to stay consistent over the lifetime of the company. Disadvantages of the DDM include the model itself not appreciating certain factors such as customer and brand loyalty and the ownership of intangible assets. Factors that are vital towards the success value of a company. Another disadvantage is the DDM being highly dependent on the assumption of the company s growth in dividends believing that it s rate is stable and known. DDM states the fact that stock prices are fragile to the chosen growth rate of dividends, eliminating the ability for the rate to surpass the cost of equity, which in some cases isn t always ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Importance Of Media Influences On Children And Teens The media has played a large part in creating the social norms in which many think of. This is because there are many types of media out there, including advertisements and television. The media has this type of influence on people of all ages. The influence can be trying to sell a certain item that children and teens would want or how to act or look a certain way. For this, this is why the media has a huge influence on the attitudes and viewpoints of children and teens. Children and teens now live in a world that is covered with media influences. In the Australian Nursing Journal article it states, Media sites provide young people with opportunities to stay connected with friends, family and the world, and develop technical, creative and social skills (2012, Australian Nursing Journal). Before the influence of the media there was a time when it was not really something that had a huge impact on children and teens. But as time has change, children and teens are engaged with what the media has to provide such as reality TV to using social media. Children and teens now have the access to every type of media influence and what affect it can have on them. With the many types of media out there for children and teen there are concerns from people such as parents and educators on how the media influence has on them. One of the concerns that parents and educators think that the media has on children and teens is how children and teens behaviors is influence by the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Security Advantages Of Cloud Based Solutions Question No 1: List the security advantages of cloud based solutions? Following are the security advantages of cloud based solutions. a. Immediate deployment of software patch: Most of the cloud providers have team to deploy the patch installation so cloud based software may have shorter vulnerability. b. Extended human relations reach: Cloud based solution providers able to keep better employees who will monitor the system software. They can increased the security such as reference checking, security and background checking and screening like polygraph. c. Hardware and software redundancy: most of the providers have redundant hardware and software so that they can deploy quickly in an emergency. d. Timeliness of incident response: cloud based provider have expert monitoring the system and they could quickly be available and will be responsive e. Specialists instead of personnel: Because of financial capabilities of cloud based providers, they offer a specialist, not just a personnel. Question No 2: List the security disadvantages of cloud based solutions? Following are the security disadvantages of cloud based solution. a. Country or Jurisdiction: cloud based data center may reside in remote country or state if any legal issue arises then there may arise an issue of jurisdiction b. Multitenant Risk: two or more customer may use same resources and sometime it may cause error in application exposed to another client and likewise data storage can be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Economic Problem CHAPTER 4 INDIVIDUAL AND MARKET DEMAND EXERCISES 1. An individual sets aside a certain amount of his income per month to spend on his two hobbies, collecting wine and collecting books. Given the information below, illustrate both the price consumption curve associated with changes in the price of wine and the demand curve for wine. |Price |Price |Quantity |Quantity |Budget | |Wine |Book |Wine |Book | | |$10 |$10 |7 |8 |$150 | |$12 |$10 |5 |9 |$150 | |$15 |$10 |4 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In this case, the consumer always purchases the cheaper of the two goods (assuming a one for one tradeoff). If the price of orange juice is less than the price of apple juice, the consumer will purchase only orange juice and the price consumption curve will lie along the orange juice axis of the graph (from point F to the right). [pic] If apple juice is cheaper, the consumer will purchase only apple juice and the price consumption curve will be on the apple juice axis (above point E). If the two goods have the same price, the consumer will be indifferent between the two; the price consumption curve will coincide with the indifference curve (between E and F). Assuming that the price of orange juice is less than the price of apple juice, the consumer will maximize her utility by consuming only orange juice. As income varies, only the amount of orange juice varies. Thus, the income consumption curve will be the orange juice axis in the figure below. If apple juice were cheaper, the income consumption curve would lie on the apple juice axis. [pic] 4. b. Left shoes and right shoes are perfect complements. Draw the appropriate price consumption and income consumption curves. For perfect complements, such as right shoes and left shoes, the indifference curves are L shaped. The point of utility maximization occurs when the budget ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. How Malta Is An Island Of The Mediterranean Sea, South Of... Malta is an island state, in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily, Italy. It consists of Malta, Gozo and Comino. Malta being the largest island and most densely populated as provided by Costa et al (2014). Malta has a long history with strong traditions and culture, has been inhabited for the past seven thousand years. Malta offers a unique underground temple which is one of the nine UNESCO world Heritage Sites, blissful beaches, and outdoor adventures to captivating culture. Due to Malta`s attractiveness the destination offers a diversity of attractions that are appealing to tourists. There is a wide range of activity in Malta which tourists wants to engage, these attributes are considered useful for a destination Morrison (2013). That is why most business travel companies e.g. Clarity Travel Management deals with Malta as a destination because it is able to offer a variety of attractions connected with Malta`s history e.g. Megalithic temples and village religious feasts are well worth visiting My destination (2006). According to Mintel (2006) the majority of the 190,000 cultural tourists who visit Malta annually arrive in winter and spring outside the main season. This means Malta is eager to further highlight the cultural and historic appeal of the island. Apart from attaining a more even spread of tourists seasonally, there are other advantages of raising cultural heritage tourism for Malta. It helps relieve pressure on congested resorts, the regeneration of some ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Frederick Engels Impact on the Conditions of Laborers... Life can at times seem bad, even in the lives of some of the most prestigious, rich, popular people in the world. Bad hair, lack of sleep, abundance of homework, and an absence of money have the tendency to put a damper on some people s days, among other things. Too many times, though, in today s society things are taken for granted. Imagine not having a place to sleep, having no means of education, or having all hard earned funds taken by the government, not even leaving enough to feed the family. This is how it was for Englanders in the 1800s. The condition of the working class in 19thcentury England was, without a doubt, disgusting and miserable. The circumstances were spiraling out of control and the working class was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These rigorous studies lead to Engel s writing of The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844, an important work bringing more attentions to the struggles and problems of the working class and raising ideas on how to bring reform. Engels friend and life long work partner Karl Marx in 1844 in Paris, France. Together, Marx and Engel, while establishing modern Communism and Socialism, crafted the Communist Manifesto, among other things. The Communist Manifesto, published in February of 1848, attempts to explain the goals of Communism, Marx s and Engel s solution to the struggles and exploitations of each class by the other classes. This work is undoubtedly the most influential piece produced by these two revolutionists. Another collaboration by Engels with Marx include the development of the International Workingmen s Association. Frederick Engels produced a few other revolutionary pieces including the major works Anti Dyriring in 1878 and The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State in 1884. After Marx s death in March of 1883, Engels devoted the rest of his life to translating and working with Marx s writing and ideas. Engels died on August 5, 1895 in London. The condition of the working class in the 19th century was ridiculously out of control. Due to the instant explosion of industrialization throughout Europe, the environment suffered. The rise of mass production happened so quickly and its ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Equality In The Time Machine The Journey for Equality The sole equality on earth is death. Although true equality may not be attainable in this world, Wells explores what life would be like if peace and equality was normal. The Eloi and Morlocks are used to represent his ideas, and although they have differences, they are both given the chance to become better. H.G. Wells manages to incorporate a sense of equality throughout his novel The Time Machine. H.G. Wells leaves the characters nameless in order to create a sense of equality among them. The very first thing Wells does is introduce the characters, because without them, there would be no audience to tell the story to. The characters are important to the novel, yet most of them remain nameless. They are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Wells portrays a manipulative relationship between the Eloi and the Morlocks. The Eloi abused their power and in return, the Morlocks took it over. Starting in chapter five and throughout the rest of the novel, we see the hostility of the two groups. The Eloi hate the dark because of the Morlocks. The Morlocks terrorize and eat the Eloi as portrayed by the Time Traveller. Upon finding this out, the Time Traveller jumps to the conclusion that the Morlocks are bad. In fact, the Eloi had it coming to them, they dealt a dirty blow and they received a bigger one. Wells used his knowledge to interpret what would happen if one group was given the upper hand for too long. It s only natural for the Morlocks to retaliate, and this nature is why equality is never attainable. Although the two groups are depicted as enemies, they are equal in certain ways. Both groups were given a chance to excel and it happened at different times. The Morlocks were able to assess the situation, and given there opportunistic origins, were able to make the best of it. Neither group is better than each other, but neither group is worse either. This equality between them, although fleeting, depicts a surreal, almost utopian, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Counseling For Alcohol And Drug Abuse In Counseling for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the need to use different techniques is an integral part of the process. Working with an individual that is either entering into recovery or actively in recovery, the clinician must take their time with introducing the 12 Steps. The individual may not be open to the 12 Step philosophies at the onset. Addiction is very complex and actively affects the person on a daily basis; therefore, it is so important to start from the beginning of counseling to create a structured program. Alcoholics Anonymous has given a wonderful platform of structure for the addicted ones to create a safe, solid, 12 Step guideline to follow, in order to maintain Continual Sobriety, One day at a time. Many counselors ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some of these false beliefs are that 12 Step programs are Cults, they are for old people, they are religious, they brainwash people, sometimes they make you want to drink or use after going to a meeting. These notions are false and inaccurate. It is usually individuals that have gone to the meetings for a short amount of time and they are unable to sustain consistency. These individuals do not get involved in service and they often return to using drugs or drinking again due to not being done, with using substances. In the therapy interaction, these misconceptions must be heard by the therapist and given ample time in counseling to talk about and unpacked, for further qualification. This may take time and patients to hear these feelings and to process with the client. In facilitating effective treatment while counseling, it is imperative that a person be listened to and validated for their feelings. It is the counselor s job to find an opening to interject and challenge the client to see how thorough they were in their attempt to gain sobriety. Usually in doing this, the clinician is able to allow the client to see some of the half measures they took at these past attempts and failures. In the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous in How it Works, it reads, Half measures availed us nothing. We stood at the turning point, we asked His protection and care with complete abandon. These are the areas that allow ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Lumumba Chapter Analysis Fifteen years after it all happened, I sat by my radio...we messengers of goodwill adrift on a sea of mistaken intentions (323). Orleanna s comparison between what was going on in the political arena of the Congo and the private arena of the Price family exemplifies the plot of the two dramas in the novel: the overarching drama in the Congo, contributing the character like setting of the novel, and the more intimate drama in the Price s family life. The details about Lumumba s imprisonment is supplemented by Orleanna s own detailed recollections of her family s struggles: Leah wanting to hunt, Ruth May being sick, having no food, etc. The details about Lumumba s death next to the Price s family struggles also enhance the image perhaps even characterization of the setting as a complex, dynamic and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Kingsolver spends an abundance of both Leah and Rachel s narrations of detailing the horrors of the hunt. In this selection, sentences like Birds hit the wall of fire and lit like bottle rockets portray the true chaos of the event. In this instance, Leah s point of view is useful for descriptions of hunt because she fought right in the middle of it. Leah is surrounded by the fire crackling and the antelopes who did not leap gracefully. Her intimate first person point of view through the use of details enhances the reader s understanding of the insanity of the event. In addition, the brutality of the event as given by gruesome details like dark blood leaked from its delicate black mouth characterizes the population of the whole in Kilanga as having almost animalistic qualities. Rachel extrapolates on this point later, but through Kingsolver s details in Leah s narration, the reader understands the brutish behavior of both the white and the black people of the Congo here; they re starving, just like animals they re ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Persuasive Essay On Kangaroos Good Afternoon Australia s most iconic marsupial, the Kangaroo, holds a place on our coat arms, currency, severe sports teams and is our main attraction for tourists, who believe we ride Kangaroos to school. However, the overpopulation of the animal has led to a long and exasperating debate of whether Kangaroo s should be culled or harvested . Culling is commonly referred to the as reducing a population by selective slaughter. It sounds quiet inhumane when you put it that way, however Kangaroo overpopulation has become a huge issue in recent years. While Kangaroos are native Australian animals, they are overpopulated and are a threat to the environment. In an editorial, published by The Herald Sun, it was estimated that there were about ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to the Herald Sun a humane cull is far preferable to a slow death through starvation. It is more inhumane to condemn these animals to a slow and painful death, than to control the Kangaroo population in a way that is quick and causes minimal pain. During a Queensland drought, it was reported by the ABC that a council worker, Chad McLachlan would drag out roos every morning from underneath buildings, machines or other recreation centres, due to starvation. Overpopulation of Kangaroos means that they won t have enough bush land to live on, therefore many Kangaroos will starve to death in a slow manner. Now that is cruel. The process of becoming a Kangaroo harvester is a lengthy one. The harvesters must undergo training which is followed by a license. They must adhere to the strict guidelines laid out in the Federal Government document Code of Practice for the Humane Shooting of Kangaroos , which was created by the help of the RSPCA. Although, overpopulation is one of the main reasons to harvest Kangaroos, one of the many benefits of Kangaroo culling include Australia s economy boost. Kangaroos could form the basis of an extended meat and leather production industry in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...