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Mobile Payment Technologies By Robert Warner
Mobile Payment Technologies Robert Warner ISM3011 Florida Atlantic University April 9, 2016 The
advent of the internet connected smartphone has opened up a whole new world for the consuming
public as they now have access to the world of ecommerce in the palms of their hands. As more
personal data became transferred to these mini computers, the competing interests of more intrusive
applications continue to clash with the need for greater security and data integrity. One of these areas
of conflict has been in the field of mobile payments where there has been the desire to use the personal
financial information stored on a smartphone to conduct business transactions in a convenient yet
secure manner. Recently, technological advancements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
NFC devices can simultaneously support the following three modes of operation. Reader/writer mode
which allows the NFC device to read and/or write passive NFC tags and stickers P2P mode which
allows the NFC device to send and receive data to and from other NFC peers which has been used for
several years as the Android Beam file transfer feature Card emulation mode allows the NFC device to
act as an NFC card. This can now be accessed by an external NFC reader such as an NFC enabled
point of sale terminal. Magnetic secure transmission employs the technology of electromagnetism to
transmit payment card data to payment terminals that are equipped with traditional magnetic stripe
readers. This essentially turns every traditional point of sale terminal that s used for swipe card
transactions into a potential contactless payment system without the need to modify or upgrade the
hardware. The MST technology was developed by LoopPay, a small development company that was
acquired by Samsung in February 2015 and is the driver behind Samsung Pay. Electricity is passed
through a small metal coil inside the smartphone which generates a magnetic field that can now
communicate with standard magnetic payment card readers. The phone can now emulate the physical
process of swiping a card through the point of sale terminal allowing for the same familiar transaction
process without the need to produce and swipe the actual card. The
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Causes Of Eyewitness Testimony
Intellectuals and experts alike share a common belief that the most significant cause of unjust
convictions is due to inaccurate eyewitness testimonies. Scepticism of the validity of eye witness
testimonies has increased dramatically; scientific credibility of forensic evidence has weakened its
reliability. Thus, resulting in this being the dominant root of false convictions (Coolican, 1996). In
2007, The Innocence Project stated that over 75% of unjust convictions contained eye witness
testimonies (Innocence Project, 2007). Further studies have also had comparable results, for example
Brandon Davies (1973). Is it feasible that an individual s memory is so imprecise that it is unreliable
in producing faultless memory recall? Furthermore, if memory is so undependable why is it still
frequently used in the criminal justice system today if the consequence is innocent people being
incarcerated?
Historically, eyewitness testimony has been frequently practised, and has played a consequential role
in the conviction of criminals. Monumental amounts of unsolved crimes lacking sufficient evidence
has meant that an eyewitness testimony could help secure a much needed verdict in an otherwise
unsolvable crime. However, in this contemporary society, experts claim that many factors can be
responsible for faulty eyewitness testimony. For example, post incident events, most specifically
suggestive police strategy (Brace and Byford, 2012). Milgram s (1963) study into obedience
highlighted
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Sexual Assault On Teenage Girls
In a study that was documented in December 2014, for the period 1995 2013, females ages 18 to 24
had the highest rate of rape and sexual assault victimizations compared to females in all other age
groups (Langton Sinozich, p. 1). This report compared and described how sexual assault can effect
students and nonstudents, but it focused mainly on females with the male as the offender. The findings
are from the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), which
collects information on nonfatal crimes reported and not reported to police against persons age 12 or
older (Langton Sinozich, 2014, p. 1). It is important to note that the statistics for sexual assault based
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There is far too much of the whole victim blaming, glorification of sex, and lack of consideration for a
person. I believe if we focus on fixing how society functions during sexual assault cases, then I
believe we can decrease the rates of sexual assault by helping people become more informed and by
treating it as a serious issue. When it comes to punishments, they must be more severe and certain or
else things like this will continue to happen. We also need to focus on getting those who are assaulted
to let someone know. There are people here for them that can help, even if they don t think they need
help, they do. Sexual assault is a serious crime that affects both females and males at any age. If we
continue to see it as anything else, then it ll only get worse over time which is not something that the
world
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Persuasive Essay On Stop Smoking
Why One Should Stop Smoking
Smoking is a huge problem in today s society. Many people don t understand the consequences that
come with smoking. Cigarettes and marijuana are very common uses of smoking. As a college student
I am able to the effects these two drugs have on students mental and physical abilities. People shouldn
t smoke because not only does smoking affect your everyday way of live but they may also kill you.
People who become addicted to these certain substances know the risks but don t care because they
are mentally attached to the drugs that destroy their body. Marijuana affects the brain the most while
tobacco affects organs in your body. According to the article Weed Smoke VS. Cigarette Smoke:
Which is worse? By Delilah Butterfield When it comes to the of smoking, research suggests that
tobacco is far more harmful to the lungs than cannabis. Both marijuana and tobacco increase the
chances of lung cancer. People who are under 55 had an increased chance increased chance in forming
a type of lung cancer (Morris). If are diagnosed with asthma then these two substances can make your
breathing problem 90% worse than what it was. Most smokers don t even know what they are
smoking in reality. Tobacco and marijuana are made to calm the nerves of the human body (They are
downers) but, they also are made of multiple poisonous and chemical substances. Tobacco contains
chemicals like Nicotine (the addictive drug that produces the effect that people are looking for and one
of harshest chemicals in tobacco smoke), Hydrogen cyanide, Lead, Arsenic, Ammonia, Radioactive
elements, carbon monoxide, etc. (3, The American Cancer Society) All of these elements put together
form one of the deadliest products that is sold all over the world, called a cigarette. Companies created
E Cigarettes claiming that they were less harmful to the body but these products also contain addictive
nicotine that can cause mental dependence on nicotine (The American Cancer Society). In the last
paragraph we learned multiple chemicals that create tobacco but marijuana also is made with
dangerous chemicals. Marijuana contains at least 60 chemicals called cannabinoids. Researchers
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Theories of Relativity Opinion Essay
Theories of Relativity Opinion Essay: Why We Should Read This Novel in the ENG3C Course
Living on the street can be tough, especially if you re a teenager. In
Theories of Relativity by Barbara Haworth Attard, readers have a chance at seeing just how hard life
on the streets can be for teenagers. We should study
Theories of Relativity in the ENG3C course for many reasons, including how many students can relate
to Dylan, because the book has many interesting characters and because of the lessons in the book. We
should study
Theories of Relativity in the ENG3C course because many students can relate to Dylan. First of all,
we can relate because we re the same age as Dylan. For example,
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In
Theories of Relativity
, we learn about major life lessons important for teens to learn about, all through the help of the
characters in the book. Firstly, we learn that life is tough trying to make it on your own on the streets
and if you ask for help, you could have a better life. For example, Dylan is reluctant to go to the drop
in centre or the education building for help (48) but when he does, he gets food, good advice and a
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Food Industry And Its Effects On The Health And Prosperity...
Engineered Food
Technology and industrialization of the food industry have changed how food is grown, and altered its
nutritional value. Multinational organizations are making decisions that affect the health and
prosperity of people worldwide. These organizations have found ingenuous ways of packaging and
marketing unsafe products to the public. Education and awareness of the problems are the only hope
for improving the food industry and the quality of food.
Industrialization of food began with the advent of fast food chains. The McDonald brothers were the
first to introduce assembly line food processing. By assigning each employee one task to perform they
were more efficient, and they paid those employees less than employers who expected an employee to
perform start to finish tasks. The food industry implemented the assembly line approach, quickly
changing how food is processed, and decreasing the pay rate for workers. Meat processing once
regarded as a profession performed by skilled butchers, now it is a highly dangerous job filled by
minority or illegal immigrants willing to take health and deportation risks for a very low wage.
Efficiency and cost drives all bad behavior across the food industry. (Kenner, 2008)
Cattle once raised on grass and grains now feed on liquefied protein, liquefied fat and corn. The calves
are still grass fed until they reach 400 500 pounds; they are then sold to stocker operators who start
feeding corn to the cattle. This is an unnatural
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The Effects Of Solar Power On The Earth
Saving the earth
Imagine a typical family rushing out of the house to go to work or school. Many of the simple things
can be easily over looked, and while rushing out even more can be forgotten. Children can easily leave
things plugged in and parents can forget to turn the light switches off. Fossil fuels are wasted each
time someone forgets to conserve energy. This is a problem because fossil fuels are nonrenewable.
This means that they can not be produced at the rate in which they are used. People of the United
States should not have to worry about when fossil fuels are going to run out. The Environmental
Protection Agency, also known as the EPA, should be given more control over how energy should be
made. By doing so the EPA would be promoting the use of solar power to help make renewable and
lasting energy. Solar power is a great use of alternative fuel because it protects the earth from further
harm, it allows the earth to be protected and assures lasting power for the future.
Overview of the Problem Nonrenewable energy is a problem in the United States. Wars have been
fought for the use of oil and other nonrenewable resources. One article even suggests that, The energy
crisis of the 1970 s drove up gasoline prices, sent the economy into a tailspin and prompted lawmakers
and government agencies to develop new energy polices. ( Are renewable energy sources viable
alternatives to fossil fuels ). For many years the question on people s minds has been, when are we
going
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An Investigation to Critically Assess the Effects of Drug...
Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination
(Internal Assessment)
Topic: An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10 25
of my community of Bonne Aventure
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CANDIDATE S PROFILE
NAME OF CANDIDATE: Boshanie Patloo
NAME OF SCHOOL: Marabella North Secondary School
REGISTRATION NUMBER:
TERRITORY: Trinidad
DATE SUBMITTED: Monday 20th April 2009
THEME: Effects of drug abuse among youths in my Community
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
I Acknowledgements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
By completing this paper and actually doing fieldwork on this research, I hope it will broaden my
understanding of drug users, its effects on the body and society and why it is in such high demand.
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An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10 25 of my
community of Bonne Aventure.
1. What influences youths to use drugs? 2. What is the impact of drug abuse on their lives? 3. What
can be done to stop drug abuse?
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The questionnaire and interview was chosen over other methods of data collection because of the time
and cost factor. It is usually cheaper and faster. However, since information was only gathered in one
community, this hindered my project to reflect views and opinions of other parts of the country. The
design of the questionnaire had too many close ended questions thus the respondent was unable to
express his thoughts to any extent that have not been pre empted or not considered by the researcher. A
copy of the questionnaire and interview can be found in Appendix on page Problems were also
encountered in the process of the interview. Some questions asked could not be answered due to the
fact that the interviewee was too ashamed to disclose such information and also it was too painful for
him to issue remarks as to why he
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Phineas Gage Research Paper
Phineas Gage, a railroad worker, was accidently struck by a piece of iron through the frontal lobe after
an explosion he set himself (Phineas Gage Information). The iron piece shredded the front left side of
his brain when it entered under his cheek bone and exited out the top of his head (Phineas Gage
Information). Phineas was treated after the explosion by Dr. John Martyn Harlow (Phineas Gage
Information). The treatment by Dr. Harlow allowed Phineas to return back to his house only ten weeks
after the incident; which is a significantly short time considering the trauma from his accident and the
medical advances at this time were not nearly what they are today (Phineas Gage Information). The
accounts of his personality change seem to have differencing opinions (Phineas Gage Information). ...
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Harlow, his treating physician, took reports from a previous boss and former friends (Phineas Gage
Information). They gave reports of Phineas s personality before as being the most capable and
efficient foreman, one with a well balanced mind, and who was looked on as a shrewd smart business
man (Phineas Gage Information). While after his accident the previous contractors would not give
Phineas his job back saying that he was fitful, irreverent, and grossly profane, showing little deference
(Phineas Gage Information). They also described him as impatient and obstinate (Phineas Gage
Information). The most prevailing statement was from Phineas s former friends when they stated the
Phineas now was No longer Gage. (Phineas Gage Information). However, it should be noted that the
article mentions that many rumors of Phineas s life were strange mixtures of slight fact, considerable
fancy and downright fabrication (Phineas Gage Information). It was proven through the work that
Phineas kept a new occupation for years after recovery from the explosion (Phineas Gage
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Prisoner s Dilemma
This paper further examines The Prisoner s Dilemma. The Prisoner s Dilemma is a situation where
two prisoners are placed into isolation cells and they can choose to either stay silent or confess. This
game of probability that has taken many forms, but the concept is always the same. There are two
people who have been arrested and can choose to either remain silent or confess. I first become
interested in the prisoner s dilemma while reading The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee
Stewart. The prisoner s dilemma is only briefly touched upon in this novel, but I was intrigued enough
to want to peruse a further analysis. In this paper the prisoner s dilemma will be further analyzed using
probability prediction methods. The Prisoner s Dilemma was developed in the 1950s by game
theorists Dresher and Flood. These theorists were working to determine the possibility of
intercontinental nuclear warfare. It was developed during experiments that tested to see how people
behaved in particular situations. The original situation surrounded two people deciding whether to buy
a car. The introduction of two prisoners to this situation was added by Princeton mathematician A.W.
Tucker. A private company ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A = Singing Reward the role given to the prisoner who sings while the other does a monologue. This
reward is being cast as the lead role. B = Monologuing Reward the role given to each actor if they
both sing. This is being cast as a minor character. C = Singing Penalty the role given to each actor if
they both perform monologues. This is being cast as a chorus member. D = Monologuing Penalty the
role given to the actor who does a monologue while the other sings. This is becoming the understudy
for the lead
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The Life of Pianist Ju-Fang Essay
Ju Fang started playing the piano when she was three, and began studying the bass at the age of 6. She
originally wanted to play viola, but her parents thought her height was a sign for her to play the bass.
Although born and raised in Kaohsiung, Taiwan R.O.C, she was awarded a scholarship to attend
Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, majoring in both piano and double bass. Prior to winning her
position with the ISO, she performed at the Marlboro Music Festival, Aspen, Tanglewood, the Sun
Valley Music Festival, the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, the Evansville Philharmonic, and the
Owensboro Symphony Orchestra.
She first played a song that she said was loved by everyone in China. It s one of the classical pieces
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One thing I noticed off the bat was that he held his bow the German way. Whereas the other two
artists had music, Volkan memorized his. His eyes were closed for some parts and he would sway
while playing. His sound was very rich, much like a singer s voice. He stayed relatively still compared
to the other two bassists, but there was no stiffness about it. His music was unique and sounded really
cool. He also went up pretty high in position.
For his third song, he began playing before the piano joined him. Between him and the pianist, they
passed around melodies and harmonies. I noticed that his arm would hang over his bass when he
shifted up. He had continuous vibrato and the music itself sounded dark. Perhaps it was in a minor
key? The fourth song was happy and exciting to listen to. His music switched between major and
minor a few times. He was always listening carefully to check for intonation.
Joseph Conyers:
Joseph H. Conyers was appointed assistant principal bassist of the Philadelphia Orchestra in 2010. He
joined the Philadelphia Orchestra, after a one and a half year tenure with the Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra, three and a half years as principal bassist of the Grand Rapids Symphony (MI), and four
summers as a member of the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra (NM).
He held his bow the French way. His music sounded mysterious and exotic, like the harmonic
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A Research Study On Gm Crops
GM crops are created by inserting a gene externally from an foreign source into unrelated species.
This has granted an ability to overcome many physiological barriers and to exchange genetic
information among all living organisms. The purpose of genetic modification is to create a faster,
efficient, and much more precise way to achieve the same results from artificial selection.
Additionally, it can be used in order to introduce a new trait to the crop that would not be usually
naturally occurring.
These GM crops can have many beneficial traits that improves the overall profile of the plant this
includes: extended shelf life, drought tolerance, pesticidal/herbicidal resistance, and increased
nutritional yield, etc. Many GM crop examples ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
First, in order for geneticists to identify a gene of interest, they start by looking at other potential
organisms.The geneticist has to identify the trait they desire the organism to have and must find any
other organisms that already contain that gene. Finding a novel gene of interest requires intensive
research into that gene as well as luck. As an example, if a scientist wanted a gene that improved the
nutrient composition of a plant, they would look through many organisms that they believed that
produces that specific nutrient, additionally if a scientist wanted a crop to have a gene that allows it to
survive in drought conditions, they would most likely look for an organism living in those persistently
hotter conditions. Additionally, this also involves testing in order to find the organism with the most
ideal and worthy trait.
Secondly, in order to isolate a gene of interest, comparative gene analysis must be done in order to
locate and decode the specific organisms gene of interest. Whole genome alignment is done with
plants that have and do not have the gene to pinpoint the regions of difference, and if there are no pre
sequenced genomes available to perform comparison tests, scientists will use gene knockouts on the
plant genome till the characteristic of interest is gone, thus identifying the gene that generates the
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The Right Side of History
Unrest in the Arab World
Will the United States be on the right side of history?
The Right Side of History? The wave of demonstrations, uprisings and revolutions in North Africa and
the Middle East has presented the United States with a complex set of diplomatic problems. While a
key component of U.S. foreign policy is promoting and supporting democracy, it is vital to U.S.
interests that the Middle East remains relatively stable. A truly democratic Arab world is a new
concept, and is one that has yet to show its true colors. If the result of the Palestinian Authority
legislative elections held in January of 2006 is any indication of what may evolve in the region, the
U.S. has plenty of cause for concern. The elections, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Shortly after the protests began in Tunisia, a wave of protests and demonstrations swept over the Arab
world, from Algeria to Yemen, with few countries being exempt from the movement. Leaders of
wealthier countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Oman and Bahrain, offered economic concessions to stave
off unrest. Other leaders offered minor political concessions. Yet the protests continue. The Egyptian
Revolution, which began with protests on January 25, 2011 and lasted for 18 days, became a media
sensation watched worldwide. Not only conventional media, but social media as well. Social media
played an unprecedented and important role in Egypt, changing the face of revolutions forever. Unlike
Tunisia, a marginal actor in the region, Egypt is the most populous, and one could argue, the most
important country in the Middle East, at least in terms of maintaining stability. The U.S., which had
backed the Egyptian government militarily since 1979 and had friendly relations with Mubarak, was
faced with tough diplomatic decisions. Many foreign relations experts agree that the Obama
Administration did a reasonable job handling the tricky situation. Once Mubarak stepped down,
without the major bloodshed that would have occurred if the military had attack its own people, the
U.S. appeared to have been on the right
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Thomas Aquinas 5th Argument For God
In Aquinas 5th argument, he states that things that lack intelligence always or nearly always act for an
end, to achieve the best result and because of that, it is plain to see that it is not unintentional for the
things to act for an end but has been designed to accomplish their end by an intelligent being we call
God. The argument is valid because the premises that are given in the argument are true which follows
the conclusion which is also true. The argument is also sound because it is valid and actually true. This
argument is one of the most compelling argument for God because of the fact that our surroundings
are physical evidence for a living, infinite, omnipotent, eternal, loving and perfect God. The planet
that we live in, Earth,
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Essay about Adler Case Study
Case Study #2
Application Questions
1. What is Mark s attitude, according to Jungian theory? Provide evidence for your answer.
Mark is outgoing and happy. He loves life and lives it to its fullest. He isn t an introspective person.
According to the Jungian theory, Mark is an extrovert. He is defined as such by his excited behavior
while being active, socializing, and the center of attention. In addition, Mark s job is consumed by
constant activity and danger.
2. What is Mark s superior function, according to Jungian theory? Provide evidence for your answer.
Mark states that at work he does not feel fear, but rather caution. As such, Mark s superior function is
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Specify sub stage if appropriate.
Under the Jungian theory, whilst Mark was pretending to be a superhero, he was most likely in the
archaic sub stage of the childhood stage. This would explain his constant pretending of being a
superhero.
Theory Comparison Questions
1. Use another theory, besides Jung s, to explain Mark s career choice.
For the purpose of this question, I will be using the theories of Sigmund Freud. As such, Freud would
delve into and further elaborate the influence of Mark s childhood. Freud would view Mark s
childhood experiences of playing superhero games to explain his behavior later in life. In conclusion,
Freud would believe that these experiences meant Mark was likely already predestined to obtain a
career such as being a firefighter.
2. How could environmental factors, such as reinforcements and punishment, explain Mark s career
choice? What are some reinforcements that encourage this behavior? How is the focus of this
explanation different than that of Jung s theory in explaining Mark s career choice?
In the form of the multiple thank you s! and the continuous praise he receives as a firefighter, Mark s
behavior of acting like a superhero is reinforced. These beliefs of his awaken his unconscious belief
that he needs thanks and praise in order to achieve the high esteem of manhood.
3. How could Eysenck s concept of extraversion explain Mark s career choice? What other behaviors
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Summary Of Andre Bazin s The Ontology Of The Photographic...
In Andre Bazin s essay, The Ontology of The Photographic Image , he argues that one of the defining
characteristics and inherent motivations in the production of art and artifacts, be it the mummification
of Pharaohs, portraits of Kings and Emperors, is the preservation of life by a representation of life
(Bazin 238). He elaborates that at the heart of the plastic arts, such as painting and sculpture, is a need
to make immortal the mortal and to turn the image of our flesh into clay, steel and paint. Bazin s essay
touches on our need and motives to transform ourselves and preserve our being beyond its physical
existence. He focuses on how photography is the purest form of capturing reality and how the arrival
of cinema challenges itself with preserving life as it is or was, without the alteration and manipulation
from editing. Points of Interest Although most of Bazin s essay is very interesting to read, there are a
few points that I felt stand out within the essay. Bazin explains that painting, in its attempt in the
production of realism, encountered a problem in combining both the representation of the spiritual
reality or the emotionally reality with the representation of the physical reality. Bazin notes that
painting can successfully represent the emotionally reality, but that the reproduction of the physical
reality will always lean towards and illusion. This illusion that Bazin references throughout his essay, I
believe, is alluding to the inability to truly
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Crater Lake History
Crater Lake is such a dazzling sight that it s easy to forget its origins (Howells, 2011). Crater Lake
National Park is located in southwest Oregon. Crater Lake National Park lies in Klamath County
which is also northeast of a city named Medford. Crater Lake National Park is three hours and 43
minutes away from Salem, the capital city of Oregon. Its actual lake is located in the Cascade
Mountains of Oregon. Crater Lake National Park is 2,718 miles from Benton, AR and would take one
day and eight hours of driving to reach.
After the turn of the century, new conservationists came to power. They emerged into a political party
under Gifford Pinchot, the chief of the U.S. Department of Agriculture s Bureau of Forestry. He
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Steel, the founder of Crater Lake National Park, made the first recorded attempts in 1888 to stock the
lake with fish. Steel just wanted to stock the lake for recreational value. He originally placed six
species of fish in the lake. The stockings continued through the turn of the century until researchers
finally saw that the fish were reproducing. Out of the six species introduced, there are only two types
of fish still living in Crater Lake today which are the Kokanee Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) and the
Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). The Kokanee Salmon is a dwarf fish. These types of fish are
the best fish in the lake. The last recorded stockings were silver salmon in 1937 and rainbow trout in
1941. Today there are thousands of fish in Crater Lake. An average Kokanee Salmon is eight inches,
but the record is 18 inches. The Rainbow Trout are way longer than the Kokanee. The record breaker
at Crater Lake was 6 ½ pounds and 26 inches. An average Rainbow Trout is 10 to 14 inches long.
(Fish of Crater Lake National Park) The long harsh winters at Crater Lake make it difficult for animals
to survive. Mother Nature has given these animals a hard time. The main animal that can survive here
are amphibians. There are eight types of amphibians that live in and around Crater Lake. Amphibians
are cold blooded animals with soft wet skin. Most of the amphibians live in the lake. Amphibians eat
insects, worms, spiders, and other little creatures. One of the
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The Sniper Essay
The Sniper
The Sniper places a strong emphasis on the evils of war, and yet paints a vivid image of mankind s
qualities and their society. Employing the technique of describing one particular sniper to symbolise a
general subject, readers are able to gain a deep insight into the evils of war. In this story, the assembly
of setting, contrasting characters and themes of fanaticism and division of loyalties are vital to
conveying the horror of war. On the other hand, The Sniper also discusses the power of war, depicting
it as the decider of life and death for men. Its force is further emphasised when neighbours are turned
into enemies under war s influence.
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Characters in ¡§The Sniper¡¨ are limited in terms of type and variety to show that war brings out only
people who possesses a passion to kill and have the courage to be killed. The story focuses on only
one sniper and we, the readers use the incident from his point of view. The only characters that are
mentioned are the sniper, another sniper, his enemy and an old woman. Apart from the old woman, all
other characters are men who represent figures of war and are present to do nothing but kill. They are
seekers of death and bring about a web of deaths. The manner in which these men ¡§reign¡¨ over the
city by killing, and that ordinary dwellers are imprisoned within their homes for fear of death shows
the evil impacts of war.
The theme of death and violence is another important segment in indicating the evils of war. Each
individual is engaged in killing their enemies and struggling for their own lives. As seen through the
view of the sniper, the people¡¦s lives are centred around killing and death. Lifestyle, even to the
extent of lighting a cigarette becomes risky and could lead to death. Citizens are forced to be locked in
their homes for fear of being shot. The incident, where an old woman is hot by the sniper, who is then
injured by his enemy is an example of war¡¦s destructive nature. The loss of innocent
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The Earthquake Of Central Nepal
1. Introduction A Mw7.8 earthquake struck the Gorkha region of central Nepal on the 25th April 2015
(11:56 am local time). The initial tremor was followed by a series of Mw 6 aftershocks including a
Mw7.3 event on the 12th May 2015. Together, this series of earthquakes have been termed the Gorkha
earthquake sequence (Collins and Jibson, 2015). The Mw7.3 aftershock killed an estimated 160
people, which is in addition to a ~8,600 death toll for the main Mw7.8 event (Kargel et al., 2016). Up
to 6% of these deaths were attributed to the secondary hazard of landsliding (CEDIM, 2015). The
advent of satellite imagery coupled with Geographic Information Systems has enabled the quick
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Consequently, in future hazard surveys remote sensing could identify the land characterises of
landslides in cloud free areas and use this data to direct traditional methods of field data collection (i.e.
helicopters) to hot spots of greater landslide susceptibility. This report will explore and test this
hypothesis using a large landslide dataset collected during the Gorkha earthquake series , Nepal, 2015.
1.1. Study area
Nepal is situated on the Himalayan arc where the Indian plate subducts the Eurasian plate at a
convergence rate of ~20 mm yr 1 (Goda and Jibson., 2015). Nepal is classified as a less developed
country where landsliding severely stunts its development (Petley et al., 2006). With reference to Fig.
1 this report has limited the study area to the (7) districts: Dhading, Dolakha, Gorkha, Lamjung,
Nuwakot, Rasuwa and Sindhupalcho. Together these districts have a total land area of 14,564 km2
(representing ~10% of Nepal proper) with an elevation range 189 m to 7,922 m. Within this study area
n=4,201 landslides occurred as a result of the Mw7.8 and Mw7.3 events. The study area spans the
middle high Himalaya where population is relatively low and sparsely distributed (Kargel et al.,
(2016) makes note that fortunately in Nepal population density and landslide frequency are
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Whale Rider Belonging
Whale rider is told in the context of a Maori tribe in modern New Zealand. The movie tells the story
of a young girl, Pai, and her grandfather Karo, who must struggle with adapting a patriarchal Maori
legend with the Pai s seeming affinity with sacred traditions. The music in this movie underscores
each scene and leaves the viewer feeling moved emotionally. Music tells the audience how they
should be feeling and what emotions they should be experiencing. It adds scale and dramatizes events.
Music in movies is crucial to manipulate our emotions towards the scene. Incorporating music into
films will not only make the final outcome more interesting, but it also allows the audience the ability
to connect emotionally to characters and their situation, also reinforcing the story and/or message.
Music can also work very well to make clear the heritage of a character/group of characters or the
geographic setting of the movie or a scene. If for example Chinese or Japanese sounding music can be
heard during a certain scene, the audience can easily spot where it is taking place without the need of
visually establishing the location too much. Music also has the ability to clear the time frame of the
movie. For example if classical music is being heard in the film, the audience are able to easily
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Together, these sounds create a strong sense of place and enhance the message of the film. The film s
opening credits are on the blue of the sea with Pai s voiceover setting the scene. The music has an
eeriness which underscores what she is saying. The film then cuts to shots of a woman in agony in
hospital, accompanied by a terrified husband. The music conveys the pain far more than does the
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Manipulation In A Rose For Emily
A Rose for Freedom
A Rose for Emily written by William Faulkner, symbolizes so much more than what is said in the text.
William Faulkner sets an intense mood at the beginning of the story when announcing the death of
Miss Emily Grierson. Not many stories start off with death, but in this case, Emily s death is a very
important key point to the story. The narrator manipulates time in the way he tells the story. The
narrator starts off with with Emily s death and continues the story with the past, the late past, and the
past past. This time manipulation is very important to set the themes of the story. There is not one
specific theme, but actually a variety. For example, the time manipulation by confusing the reader
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The fact that Emily buys a man s toilet set and a complete outfit of men s clothing, including a
nightshirt, symbolizes that Emily truly cared about Homer. Emily uses these things to set up a decked
room as for a bridal in her house, and sets homer s body in a bed. Homer s body was lain in the
attitude of an embrace and next to him was a pillow with the indentation of a head. This symbolizes
that Emily slept with Homer every night. The biggest clue of all, was the iron grey hair they found on
the bed, which was Emily s. Emily symbolizes the old South because she resists change in the way
that, as she got older, and the world around her changed, she latches on to her traditions. Tobe s
disappearance symbolizes the freedom of slaves after Emily s death, which symbolizes the end of the
Old South. He also disappears to avoid having to spill Emily s secrets to the town. The rose in The
Rose for Emily symbolizes the true love which Miss Emily never experienced. The house is a huge
symbolism of Emily s isolation because that was all she had, and all her father left her. It also
symbolizes the decaying South and at the end of the story, the house, like Miss Emily, has become
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Analysis Of The Skill Of Self-Confidence
In his TedTalk The Skill of Self Confidence (15:40), Dr. Ivan Joseph discusses the importance of
having faith in oneself and how confidence is ultimately a result of our attitudes/actions. He begins
with a story about how, after winning the National Championship as a college soccer coach, he faced
hundreds of parents and players that wanted to be apart of his team. However, despite the great skills
they brought to the actual game, he was more concerned with their self confidence, as he felt that that
was the determining factor of whether or not they would be great players for his team. The entire talk
sits upon that foundation; if one has confidence in their own abilities to overcome any given obstacle,
they will be successful in whatever they choose to do. He clarifies that self confidence is a skill rather
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Joseph s message can be applied to almost any element of our class. Self confidence is needed in
business communication, leadership, self protection, and general everyday operations. In the corporate
world, it is important that an employee is sure of themselves and what they are working for. As we
have learned, goal oriented workers are the most productive, and open communication is necessary for
a healthy setting. Both of these involve self confidence; when setting a goal, a leader must be
confident in their abilities to help staff members achieve it. Those who actually carry out the tasks
must be confident enough to do so without hesitation or self doubt. In business communication, being
self confident means sharing not only your ideas about a project, but also your values and what you
are and are not willing to do to further the organization s
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State Repression Research Paper
Shortly after the murder of LaPorte, the Canadian government established harsh state repression, not
only in Quebec, but all over Canada. The government s explanation for this aggressiveness was the
belief that state repression would bring a stop to the current terrorist attack. Once the FLQ was
stopped and James Cross was recovered, there was also the belief that the state repression stopped
future terrorist attacks from happening in Canada. The question we are thus faced with is whether state
repression decreases the number of future attacks after the repression has taken place. To answer this
question, we could conduct a causal experiment on the effect of state repression on terrorist attacks.
The start of the experiment would be to gather the group that one will be looking at for the
experiment. In the case of the experiment on the effect of state repression on terrorist attacks, one
would need to look at states that face terrorism. The treatment for the experiment groups would be the
repression. The next step in the experiment would be determining what measurements we will be
taking. The first measurement we would take would be on the amount of state repression that takes
place in each state. This measurement would should be on a rough scale since it would be quite ...
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We would have started with a certain number of terrorist attacks in each state, thus we would compare
the number before the experiment and after the experiment took place to record if there was any
difference in those numbers. The next assessment we would make is a comparison of those numbers
against whether there was state repression or not. This assessment is so that we can compare what the
effect of the different amounts of repression were for each state. We are looking for whether there was
a continuation in terrorist activities after repression and if there was, how the number of terrorist
attacks was affected by the
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Pressure Ulcers And A Critical Care Situation
Pressure Ulcer Prevention
Preventing pressure ulcers in an acute care or a critical care situation can be challenging for nursing
staff. Pressure ulcers cause an increase in morbidity and mortality, along with very high cost for the
hospitals. Treatment cost average $11 billion per year in the United States. (Skolnik M.D. Carcia,
D.O., 2015) They cause patient pain and are preventable by all nursing staff. The skin is the body s
largest organ and the first line of defense against the internal and external environment, and it plays an
important part in maintaining health. (Brunner et al., 2012) For adult patients does the use of a skin
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Incorporating the use of a cost effective skin care product, daily skin assessments, and staff education,
may be an effective way of managing the healing of skin breakdown in the hospitalized patient.
(Brunner et al., 2012)
Reliability
Reliability describes the consistency of a measurement method within a study. (Burns Grove, 2011) In
critiquing the reliability of the Brunner et al. (2012) article, the study was completed at a large urban
hospital using three critical care units and two acute care units. The two skin care products were
randomly assigned to the participants. The sample size goal in each group was to be 100 participants.
Results of the study included that only 64 participants were enrolled. The article written by Brunner et
al. (2012) was not reliable for measurement methods. The study is not described in great detail, does
not have evidence of accuracy, and has a lack of participants.
Validity
Validity deals with determining how well the instrument reflects the abstract concept being examined.
(Burns Grove, 2011) In critiquing the validity of the Brunner et al. (2012) article, they used a quasi
experimental, two group study without a control group to conduct their study. Their study examined
two skin care products used to prevent skin breakdown in acute and critical care patients with various
lengths of stay. According to Brunner et al. (2012), nurses approach skin care in various
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Soil Music Analysis
How does Dirt Music articulate the main concepts which foregrounds your personal reading?
Tim Winton s novel Dirt Music explores universal experiences and the fragility of the human
condition, enabling the extrapolation of many personal readings due to its textual integrity. A personal
reading foregrounds self imposed solitude catalysed by paralysis from grief and traumatic events,
which results in emotional suppression and deterioration of identity. Post modern globalisation
exacerbates such alienation to marginalise non conformists by preventing fulfilling human
connections. Thus, painful cathartic processes are required to resolve the detriments of disconnection
through immersion into restorative landscapes to confront the past and heal.
Trauma can lead to an individual s desire for isolation from the physical world as a coping mechanism
to medicate grief and loss. Tim Winton s novel Dirt Music portrays the healing story of Georgie and
Lu who painfully confront their pasts to reinvigorate life. Solitude imposed by the oblivion of
virtuality is articulated when Georgie swims with the dog by the metaphor and emotional adjectives,
she lay back in the water, wishing some portal would open, that she might click on some dopey icon
and proceed safely, painlessly, without regret or memory, highlighting the artificial suppression of
emotions as alleviation from the debilitating consequences of grief. Moreover, disconnection as a
protective barrier against loss is
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Business Sustainability
Business amp; Sustainability
Business and Climate Change
§ 1.0 Introduction
Although research on climate change is quite vague about the exact degree of warming and the
consequences for the natural environment, a wide range of impacts can be expected (Metz, 2011). The
temperature changes and the sea level rise, this has a negative impact on food production, water
availability, human health, biological environment and infrastructure in coastal areas. Vulnerability is
highest in poor countries where the changes will have a devastating effect. Metz (2011) states that
there is no escape from the conclusion that human beings are responsible. As a consequence, the
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Furthermore, voluntary climate change policy will result in elevating UBS reputation (Hoffman,
2005). As stated before, a large percentage of society all over the world has concerns about global
warming. Different business units of UBS can benefit from this reputational aspect. First, private
investors who consider environmental strategies in making investments will prefer UBS Wealth
Management and Business Banking Switzerland above competitors such as Citigroup and Morgan
Stanley. Second, institutional investors as well as private clients will value UBS environmental
friendly reputation. Thirdly, UBS could broaden its scope by starting trading carbon credits. Their
reputation could help them compete with competitors such as Morgan Stanley that is active in this are
already. Besides their clients, UBS employees will be more motivated to work for a CR company
since they believe that companies should contribute to solve global warming problems. Therefore, a
green policy can increase the retention rates of skilled workers (Hoffman, 2005).
§ 3.0 Method to implement green policy
To become carbon neutral, UBS could adjust their company activities or compensate their GHG
emission. Besides replacing business travel with videoconferencing, UBS could manage their energy
use more effectively with the aim to realize carbon neutral buildings. First, concerning their buildings,
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Influences in Our Lives
Influences You can be influenced by anything, the television, your friends and your family. If you are
influenced by these factors negatively, the influences may push you to lead dangerous, life threatening
decisions. How far can the media, family, and friends push you? Media has had an increasingly
negative impact (Mokeyane 2); media affects the lives of us all negatively at some point. People are
being driven to eating disorders and others by copying the behaviors of the lifestyles being projected.
Teenagers are surrounded by all types of media; radios, television, magazines, and the internet. All this
media will produce images in our teenagers brains that they need to be perfect to be accepted in
society from ads with skinny supermodels. How did this unrealistic idea of the perfection of the ideal
body get framed... open a newspaper or magazine, switch on the television or radio. (Gupta 1). The
models and dieting ads from media drive some teens to eating disorders or the thought that perfection
is real. The apparent reason for our teenagers to this conclusion is media poisoning. Sizes of
supermodels and actresses often influence teenage girls (Mokeyane 2). It s known that the media
contributes to most of teenagers views and how they think of themselves. Marya Hornbacher was
influenced by the media at the age of five years old and developed a eating disorder that the age of
nine. Imagining that I am the sophisticated bathing suit lady... tan, and long and
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Project Report On Green Computing Essay
TERM PAPER
On GREEN COMPUTING
Submitted to
ASET
Guided By: Submitted By: Ms. Smriti Sehgal Mohik Jaswal A2305214461
AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH
GAUTAM BUDDHA NAGAR
DECLARATION BY THE STUDENT
I Mohik Jaswal, student(s) of B.Tech (CSE.) hereby declare that the project titled GREEN
COMPUTING which is submitted by me to Department of CSE., ASET, Amity University Uttar
Pradesh, Noida, in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of the degree of Bachelor of
Technology in CSE. , has not been previously formed the basis for the award of any degree, diploma
or other similar title or recognition.
The Author attests that permission has been obtained for the use of any copy righted material
appearing in the Dissertation / Project report other than brief excerpts requiring only proper
acknowledgement in scholarly writing and all such use is acknowledged.
Signature
Date:
Name and Signature of Student: Mohik Jaswal
CERTIFICATE BY FACULTY GUIDE
This is to certify that Mr. Mohik Jaswal student of B.Tech. CSE has carried out the work presented in
the project of the
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China s Rise And The Us Japan s Respond
China s Rise and the US Japan s Respond
China s rising has become predominant issue after more than two decade since it opened it economy
for the world capital. China has become center of economic growth in the region since it started to
become economically integrated to globalized world. Concurrently with that development, China
military capability grows to become more powerful. In 2013 SIPRI reported that China s military
spending had reached $188 million, which means steadily increase of 7.4 per cent from 2012, and
doubled from expense in 2004 (Deutsche Presse­
Agentur 2014).
From 2008 until 2013 China stayed in second largest military expenditure before the USA and
positioned Russia as the third (Feffer 2009: 8). Significant amount that ... Show more content on
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The end of the Cold War that created peaceful space and flourishing Chinese economic growth
influenced the speed of military modernization and shifted its focus on protection of maritime
resources and defending of territorial issue in the south and southeast (Ross 2009: 55; Storey 2008:
115).
Meanwhile in southern part of its territory several maritime dispute disputes began to attract China s
attention. During early decade of 1990s, China had just ratified United Nations Convention on the
Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS 1982) in 1992. The ratification is going to allow China to claim 200
nautical miles as its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and could exploit oil and gas located in South
China Sea basin. Beside that, the growing tension because of Taiwan s independence in 1990 had
significantly altered China focus to the South and modernization its military force. Geopolitical nature
of the potential maritime conflict in the south had forced China to modernize its naval power (Storey
2008: 115).
This could be considered as changing posture of China s military capability from cumbersome
continental power towards more modern and dynamic naval power in responding future political and
military dispute in the southern part of its territory (Ross 2009: 56). China s military modernization
that aims to built capability to project its power
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Naming Alcohols in Chemistry
In chemistry, an alcohol is in the hydroxyl functional group ( OH) is bound to a carbon atom. In
particular, this carbon center should be saturated, having single bonds to three other atoms. Important
alcohols are the simple acyclic alcohols. Of those, ethanol (C2H5OH) is the type of alcohol found in
alcoholic beverages, and in common speech the word alcohol refers specifically to ethanol. When it
comes to alcohol reactions the functional group of the alcohols is the hydroxyl group OH. Unlike the
alkyl halides, this group has two reactive covalent bonds, the C O bond and the O H bond. The
electronegativity of oxygen is greater than carbon and hydrogen. The covalent bonds of this functional
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In the monohydric alcohol group there is Methanol (wood alcohol), ethanol (alcohol), isopropyl
alcohol (rubbing alcohol), Butyl alcohol (butanol), pentanol (amyl alcohol), and hexadecan 1 ol (cetyl
alcohol). Another group of alcohols would be the polyhydric alcohols. With these alcohols there are
ethane 1,2 diol (ethylene glycol), propane 1,2 diol (propylene glycol), Propane 1,2,3 triol (glycerol),
Butane 1,2,3,4 tetraol (Erythritol, Threitol), Pentane 1,2,3,4,5 pentol (xylitol), Hexane 1,2,3,4,5,6
hexol (Mannitol, Sorbitol), Heptane 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 heptol (volemitol). Another group of alcohols would
be the unsaturated aliphatic alcohols. In this group would be Prop 2 ene 1 ol (allyl alcohol), 3, 7
Dimethylocta 2, 6 dien 1 ol (geraniol), and Prop 2 in 1 ol (Propargyl alcohol). The last group of the
alcohols would be alicyclic alcohols. In this group there is Cyclohexane 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 hexol (inositol)
and 2 (2 propyl) 5 methyl cyclohexane 1 ol (menthol) (Britannica). The names above are just a list of
some of the alcohols that can be found within the big range and different types of alcohols. The
alcohols above use the same formats as alkanes to be named. When it comes to alcohols and naming
them they will end with the letters ol at the end of the name, which means that they are alcohols.
When it comes to alcohol reactions the functional group of the alcohols is
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The Role Of Offensive Cyber Operations On Chinese Military...
Draft Research Paper Matthew Marchant Professor Roehrig TSDM Security Strategies September 23,
2016 The Role and Implications of Offensive Cyber Operations in Chinese Military Strategy
Contemporary news media feature regular reports of the interconnectedness of modern economies,
societies, and militaries, highlighting the associated benefits and vulnerabilities of a networked
commons. While Chinese businessmen, like those of other nations, have capitalized on technological
advancements to make fortunes in electronic commerce and the networked economy, Chinese political
and military leaders have likewise displayed an understanding of the threats and opportunities posed
by the virtual world. While China, in particular organs of the People s Liberation Army (PLA), has
historically and will likely continue conducting cyber espionage and network exploitation for
information gathering and related purposes, for reasons nested in the individual, state, and
international levels, and assuming the classic rational actor paradigm of decision making, it is
increasingly likely that offensive cyber operations (OCO) will be preferred elements of China s
military strategy in the coming years. For reasons including an increasing American ability to detect,
counter, and reciprocate OCO as well as cost efficiency and regional factors and regional power
dynamics, China will increasingly choose to target U.S. allies vice U.S. interests directly. This will
consequently create a requirement
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Mentally Retarded Criminals Should Face the Death Penalty...
On June 26, 1989, the United States Supreme Court, in the case of Penry v. Lynaugh, upheld the
imposition of the death penaklty on a mentally retarded offender, John Penry (Chan 1211). The Court,
also, held that the Federal Constitution s eighth amendment s cruel and unusual punishment clause is
not violated by the execution of mentally retarded defendants (Cook 869). I strongly concur with the
United States Supreme Court s decision. I do not believe that mentally retarded defendants should be
categorically exempt from the death penalty because of their retardation. I hold this position because
IQ test results are sometimes unreliable, there are different degrees of understanding of right and
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High reliabilities are especially needed for tests used for individual assessment such as in court cases
(Sattler 26).
Each IQ test incorporates a standard error of measurement, which is the variation between the
obtained score and the true score. This difference is sometimes as much as fifteen points. Thus, the IQ
score obtrained by a defendant is only one of many possible scores that may be achieved with
different sample questions or the same questions at a different time (Rumley 1334). Should a mentally
retarded defendant with an IQ of 70 be exempt from the death penalty when his score could range
anywhere from 85 to 55? I vehemently believe that a blanket exemption from the death penalty
because of an unreliable IQ score is wrong. In addition, Grossman states that the IQ s of mentally
retarded persons do not remain constant. Studies have shown great fluctuation in IQ scores for such
reasons as fatigue or illness. Numerous studies indicate that motivational factors can affect IQ scores
(Grossman 26 27). Certainly a defendant facing the death penalty would be highly motivated to do
poorly on an IQ test knowing that a score of 70 or below could save him from the death penalty.
Although the reliability of IQ test results is questionable, many states including Georgia, Tennessee,
Kentucky, Maryland, and New Mexico have enacted legislation categorically prohibiting the
execution of defendants who have an IQ of 70 or below
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Noel Ignatiev s How The Irish Became White
Centered around the Antebellum era, Noel Ignatiev s How the Irish Became White took place during
the height of Irish immigration to the United States, where millions crossed the Atlantic in search of
economic prosperity and other central pillars of the American Dream. However, Ignatiev asserts that
those traditional American values were originally inaccessible for the newly arrived Irish immigrants.
Shown by the virulent opposition toward immigration, Ignatiev highlights how the growing fear of
foreign intrusion and ethnic tensions threatened to rape the superfluity of many Irish immigrants and
their opportunity to uncover prosperity and freedom in America. Not only did How the Irish Became
White uncover the brutal oppression and widespread xenophobic sentiments towards the Irish, it also
shows how they eventually gain a level of economic opportunity by cultivating a scene of whiteness
that embodied contemporary American values and briefs. In the book, Ignatiev demonstrates how Irish
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During a time of heightened racial tension between whites and blacks, the Irish sought to cement their
status amongst natives by supporting and inciting race riots like the New York City Draft Riot of 1863.
While the riot originally began as an anti draft protest, it quickly grew into a political campaign and
racial warfare against black laborers. Along with racial slurs and torching homes of poor African
Americans , the Irish also lynched colored orphans and racially mixed couples (New York Times). The
shift to being a member of the oppressing class marks the success of the Irish in cultivating whiteness
and acceptance. They found a common alliance with white natives. In order to preserve their own
economic advantage and employment opportunities, they had to create political and social barriers for
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System Log Report
All of the operating system (OS) log files were examined for any suspicious activity. The event logs
which were searched were application, security, setup, system, as well as applications and services.
According to Sunil Gupta (2013), Windows has the ability to generate a detailed audit record of
security events on each system. Windows logs events for the two types of security Accounts:
Computer and User for their logon and authentication (p.21). The application log was searched for
errors and events of programs and applications. Security logs were checked for log ins to the device
and the manipulation of files and folders. Setup logs were searched for information on what programs
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This type of exploitation of web browser technology poses a persistent vulnerability in network
security, and for that reason it is important that employees do not become the victim of such an attack.
According to Will Dormann and Jason Rafail, Not securing your web browser can lead quickly to a
variety of computer problems caused by anything from spyware being installed without your
knowledge to intruders taking control of your computer (2008). After this phase of the investigation
was completed, the targets were interviewed for their input on why the penetration testers were
successful or failed to obtain sensitive information.
The risk of a breach due to an insider is something that Cybercom must consider and have measures in
place for. Some of the vulnerabilities associated with an insider attach include the setting up of a rogue
access point and the use of thumb drives. A rogue WiFi access point setup near an external wall could
be used to access the network from outside the facility, and thumb drives can be used to steal data,
keeping it in a small, easy to conceal medium. According to Kelly Jackson Higgins, The difference
with insiders is they can inflict measurable financial, measurable IP, measurable brand and reputation
damage more so than an outsider can (2012).
Analysis
Of the Threats identified, three were deemed to be the most crucial to address;
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The Most Famous Guitar Players For Find Success At Fame
One of the more famous guitar players to find success at FAME was Duane Allman. In September of
1968, Allman went to visit Hall, with the hopes of joining FAME as a studio musician. Hall
remembered that Allman was a huge fan of the things I was doing Jimmy Hughes, Arthur Alexander,
Clarence Carter, Joe Tex. He knew about all the records I was cutting and was heavy into black music.
However, at the time, Hall did not need another guitar player. This did not scourge Allman and he
stayed in the Shoals, waiting for his chance. When Duane finally did get the chance to play for Rick
Hall, he made a lasting first impression One day we were doing a demo and he had his bottleneck,
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The day Johnson and the other section member informed Hall of their plans, Hall signed a million
dollar contract with Capitol Records to produce artists on FAME s record label. Hall offered each of
the section members a base salary of $10,000 a year to become FAME s exclusive band, but they
earned nearly double that figure the year before and could not justify signing Hall s offer. Johnson
remembers that Hall had been up all night, but I thought he reacted good under the circumstances. He
did tell us, I would do the same thing, but you ll never make it. Hall immediately started looking for
other local musicians and found Junior Lowe on guitar, Jesse Boyce on bass, Freeman Brown on
drums, and Clayton Ivey on keyboards. They became known as the Fame Gang. Over the years Hall
would bring new musicians into the Fame Gang. Linda Hall states, There was always a different set of
musicians trying to get started, they weren t as good as the ones Rick used all the time, but he just
called these guys in and developed his new rhythm section. He had done this at least four or five
times. A studio musician has to be very motivated, creative type person. On April 12, 1969, Billboard
announced the new FAME and Capitol Records partnership. The article entitled Black Jobs, Culture
Gain Capitol Boost outlined, (Capitol s) joint financial venture with
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Effectiveness of Portable Devices in Communication
A portable system is generally a personal, small and lightweight hardware product,
Designed to be used when one is on the move , and it is temporarily independent of an External
electric power supply. They are usually characterized by their Portability, Easy to pack and move and
they are wearable. They may include; Personal digital assistant, Enterprise digital assistant, Wearable
computer, Smartphone, Laptops, Calculators and eBook readers.
Portable systems support computing and communication activities where they are defined by their
design for mobile users, and from an ergonomic point of view they are not homogeneous. Some
portable systems are designed for outdoor use and hence they can be used during adverse
environmental conditions Huber, 2002).
Mobile technology allows companies to have an unprecedented level of connectivity between
employees, vendors, and their customers. Applications on mobile devices allow people to connect
with others through social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Web based applications are
used to enable direct communication with audiences in a variety of ways (Schwartz, 2005).. Use of
real time communication can be important in improving customer service in a business and the staff
time is spent efficiently. A customer or company uses such devices to make quotations and interactive
order processing. Due to the interactive nature of the portable systems, information exchange through
this medium advocates for an immediate
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Gop Pros And Cons
Q 1: The support of religious conservatives leaning more towards the GOP rose during Reagan s 2
term presidency and the years that followed. By capturing the religious right, Reagan set precedence
for expanding the conservative base of the Republican Party (McAdam and Kloos 212). By stressing
their activist and organizational movement skills, the Christian Right were able to develop and solidify
more of an influence over the GOP, pushing the GOP in a rightward direction.
Termed as Reagan realignment moved the South from majority Democratic electorate to a reliably
Republican region due in part from Reagan s growing popularity with southern constituents (213).
However, this realignment came after Reagan left office, capitalizing on a slow release ... Show more
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Economic inequality seemed to be in a decline or general phasing off starting from the mid 1930s.
However, in part due to the Reagan presidency and regime changes, starting 1981 we have seen a
steady rise in economic inequality in America between the haves and the have not s. Economic
inequality is only emphasized as data shows severely concentrated gains as those in the top .1 and .01
percent earn[ing] four and a half, and nearly seven times, respectively, that of their counterparts of
three decades earlier (234). McAdam and Kloos only emphasizes this growing inequality over a
multitude of statistics that offers compelling evidence that convinces me that not only economic
inequality has been on the rise for some years now but also shows that there is a possible connection
to the slow release revolution of the Reagan administration. While I do not believe that all economic
inequality can be traced back to the Reagan administration, I do believe that it had a key part in
changing the political landscape that would only seek to provide a prime breeding ground for
economic inequality to flourish in America. Poverty also has a way of rising health inequality, as those
with lower income do not have the discretionary spending
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Persuasive Essay On Weightlifting
Weight training is vital to your sports performance, because if you are matched with someone in skill,
then it will take speed, power, and strength to defeat your opponent on the court, field or in the ring.
Some athletes even coaches and trainers get confused with the deference between,bodybuilding or
muscle building vs. weight training for strength and power for specific sports.
For example having huge muscular legs does NOT mean you can jump very high, or run very fast;
increased jumping ability comes from being able to lift with speed.
If the weight continues to increase and the speed stays the same, power and vertical jumping ability
will increase only if you maintain your body weight.
When using weight lifting for sports the main goal is to improve and strengthen movements in your
sport. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
So if you do dead lifts, squats, power cleans, snatches, clean and jerk, vertical jumps, depth jumps,
lunges, calve raises, you will help target and strengthen the jumping muscles in you legs and some in
your upper body.
Also when doing the specific movement or exercise don t go past to point where the speed and power
of the lift is reduced, wait till you are fully rested, and increase the weight and do the same, on your
last set you can do multiple sets with minimal rest in between with the heaviest weight for at least 3 5
reps, or do an all out total reps for more muscles growth and absolute power or strength.
Next time you do these exercises try for an extra rep or 2 on you all out max set(s) or multiple power
sets.
Record your workouts for total weight lifted and the amount of time you take to rest and complete a
series of exercises or
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The Issue Of Illegal Immigration
Illegal immigration has become an explosive issue in the U.S. Many people have debated fervently in
their disapproval of illegal immigration, whereas others defend it just as ardently. The church and
Christian religion/theology has been drawn into the fray over illegal aliens as well, with Christians on
both sides seeking to validate their positions based on their own individual beliefs. I interviewed many
different people with equally varying opinions on the matter. Over the past few months, many people,
old and young, have been educated on the ethical dilemma that immigration has caused; especially
due to the Syrian refugee crisis. Every person I interviewed had valid statements about the issue that is
affecting the United States and the World. The majority of people I interviewed were Christian;
however, one person was an Atheist and another was Agnostic. I found their opinions extremely
interesting for the fact that their opinions were morally based and not spiritually. I did ask in depth of
the Christian interviewees about how their religious and spiritual view affects the view of this
controversial issue. Some used the law of the land as an important aspect. They believe that those who
illegally enter any country violate that nation s laws as well as the laws of God. Believers are torn
between showing compassion and mercy to the illegal immigrants who seek help and not wanting to
disrupt God s word. The government expects private citizens to act as law enforcement.
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Fiber Optic Strain Sensor Project Report
FIBER OPTIC STRAIN SENSOR
PROJECT REPORT SWAPNA RAAVI
104946905
Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 3
1. Conventional strain sensors.................................................................................................. 3
1.1Foil Strain Gage ....................................................................................................... 3
1.2Accelerometer ................................................................................5
2. Optical Fiber Communications ........................................................................................... 6
2.1 History and development of Optical Fiber ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
conclusion..............................................................................................16
Introduction
Technology takes a new leap every day. New designs and components will require high resolutions for
monitoring health and structural characteristics and also to test their performance. The quality of new
devices directly implies on the level which we can measure their performance. Conventional
techniques which have been lasting for so long will not provide the high resolutions needed for new
and advancing designs for the measurements of different quantities, mainly strain. Some of the
conventional methods like Classic foil strain gauges and accelerometers have been trusted and used
for several years to measure the strains on various buildings, air planes, human body, and many others,
which end up failing during harsh conditions. Fiber optic strain sensors will not fail whereas the
conventional strain sensors might fail during some conditions. Fiber optic strain sensors have high
resolution and are immune to electromagnetic interference and can survive high temperatures, and bad
weather conditions. Also, the fiber optic strain sensor has 25 times better gauge factor than that of the
conventional sensors. There are two types of fiber optic strain sensors whose mechanical and optical
properties changes when there is an
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The Power Of Power In Les Miserables And The Kite Runner
What is power? Power has been the demise of leaders, empires, and the cause of war. Can power be
used for good? Both Les Miserables and The Kite Runner can be juxtaposed to show power, what it is,
and what it can be used for. Les Miserables and The Kite Runner show that power is subjective, and
has many different interpretations. Merriam Webster dictionary has many definitions of power. Power
could be considered the ability to produce an effect, or physical might, or even possession of control,
authority, or influence over others. Wealth is a form of power. We see two different elements of this in
both selections of literature. In Les Miserables, Jean Valjean, the former convict, uses wealth that he
acquires under the name Mayor Madeleine to provide jobs for his constituents in a factory that he
owns. Valjean used his power through wealth to empower many others to make their own wealth. This
use of power is noble and just. Instead of giving others money or gifts, he gives them the gift of
empowering themselves through sustainable work. This is a redeeming moment of Jean Valjean s
character, contrasting his past as a convict. Baba is the father of Amir, the protagonist in The Kite
Runner. He is a man of great influence, and possesses a strong moral compass. Baba is a very well
written, realistic character. He is not restricted to good or bad, but blurs the lines. The way he uses his
wealth is one of his better qualities meant to counteract some of his worse
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Pros And Cons Of The Removal Of Confederate Monuments
The removal of the Confederate soldier monuments and memorials, such as the Robert E. Lee statue,
and the Confederate Soldiers Monument in Tampa, Florida are sparking massive debates across the
nation. Southern communities such as Virginia and South Carolina are being pressured by citizens into
removing the Confederate monuments in the town square, claiming that the monuments are a brutal
reminder of America s history of slavery. Despite the monuments representation of American history,
this is a national debate. Inn some states this has emerged into a deadly conflict in the streets, due to
the violent protests and riots in the town square.
The Confederate soldier, Robert E. Lee, his statue was dedicated on May 21, 1924 at the Gala of the
Confederate Soldiers in Charlottesville, Virginia. The sponsor s dedicated the monument to the lost
cause (Dearstyne, Washington Post) of the Civil War; to the valiant fight the Confederate Soldiers
displayed while fighting for their land, and way of life. The issue of slavery was carefully avoided
during the dedication speech. Furthermore, the Confederate Memorial in Tampa, Florida was created
in tribute to the Confederate soldiers who fought for their way of life, their plantations, homes, and
beloved land. This memorial was dedicated on February 9, 1911. The Robert E. Lee monument was
commissioned by a businessman and philanthropist named Paul Goodloe McIntire, who was born and
raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. McIntire also
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The Song Of Roland Analysis
Hatred and Wealth
Many readers of The Song of Roland find that the hatred and belittling of Roland and Ganelon is very
evident but is not really explained why they hate each other. It is easily seen they have a relationship
as step father and step son that can be quite full of altercations in most cases yet, Roland is still not
letting friends such as Oliver talk about Ganelon even when they have noticed being set up for death.
The scholar T. Atkinson Jenkins has looked into reasons for the hatred and treason that occur in the
journal Why Did Ganelon Hate Roland? Jenkins provides many options to Ganelon s hatred for
Roland. To me the most illuminating thing is the way hatred mostly likely was built on wealth, and
today many people find the same reasons to be jealous and even hate others.
Throughout the Jenkins essay he uses the Ganelon prosecution which was not read in class, but can be
summarized best as Ganelon revoking being a traitor, and stating, It was Roland who cheated me of
gold and goods; and so I made him suffer and die... (Unknown 1310). His fellow kinsmen asked king
Charlemagne to set Ganelon free and Charlemagne is distraught by their words and calls all the men
traitors (1311). Jenkins finds most every account of Ganelon and Roland participating in name calling,
and crazily in the passage no one seems to pay any attention to the disgrace. Throughout the essay
Jenkins finds quotes such as my poor imitation of a father (120) from using words such as
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Respiratory Failure Essay
This form of respiratory distress is commonly seen in premature newborns because their lungs are
immature and do not have enough surfactant to keep the lungs open. It is seen almost immediately
after birth or in the few hours following birth.
Cause
This decrease in surfactant causes the infant work harder to draw air into the lungs, which leads to low
oxygenation to the rest of the body s organs. The more premature the infant, the greater the chance of
developing RDS; other factors include previous baby s with RDS, a mother with diabetes, C section or
early delivery, a fast labor, a multiple fetus pregnancy and/or any problems that would reduce or
disrupt blood flow to the infant through the placenta.
Signs and Symptoms Symptoms can be seen ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They are also given supplemental warm, humidified oxygen but must be closely watched to avoid
toxicity. The doctor may also chose to use a CPAP machine to force air into the baby s nose, or a
mechanical ventilator if the infant is unable to breathe on its own.
Nursing Intervention
1. Monitor infant VS, note respiration rate, depth, lung sounds.
2. Administer supplemental oxygen as ordered.
3. Keep infant warm because premature infants are unable to regulate body temp
4. Administer IV fluids
5. Assess need for suction to clear mouth, nose, throat of mucus.
6. Monitor arterial blood gas
Nursing Diagnosis
1. Impaired gas exchange related to immature lungs
2. Ineffective breathing pattern
3. Impaired spontaneous ventilation
4. Risk for unstable blood glucose
Long Term RDS worsens from days 2 7 (Neonatal) and if an infant dies from the complication it is
usually during this time period. Other long term problems include bleeding into the lungs or brain,
issues with the development of the lungs, blood clots, mental disability due to lack of oxygen, and
possible blindness or eye
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Emirates Critical Success Factors
The idea of Critical success factors (CFS) was first presented by D.Ronald Daniel in 1960. The
definition of (CFS) is the essential areas of activity that should be performed in professional way to
meet the objectives and the certain aims on which the business based on to create success.
According to mind tools (2014)
According to our case study (Emirates Group) there is four main (CFS) as shown below:
1 Extending their brand reach they continued to invest strategically through 2013 2014 to make
towards their goal to become global life style brand.
2 Focus on result and long terms goals is guiding principles for emirates to meet there growth targets .
3 Taking their people (employee) further by keeping the dynamic staffing need across the company
remained significant task for their human resource team.
4 Taking the emirates experience further by work hard to continually raise the bar across their
business.
Then this some information s (key indicators) guide us to monitor if emirates being good by reference
to the critical success factors:
1 This year Emirates group expanded their brand reach by signing as official partner of the Roland
garros tennis tournament in Paris at 5 years .
2 Emirates group despite launching ten new passengers routes to increase their seat capacity.
3 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In the motivation it can motivate managers to better performance not only that but also provide a basis
for a system of control. According to. McLane and Atrill(2012) for example in emirates group yearly
they The company allocates a certain amount of budget for managers and employees to help them
develop their abilities and give them the necessary training courses, but the time and the amount
specified in the budget and cannot increase the amount allocated for this purpose, under any
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  • 1. Girl Butterflies Free Printable Kids Stationery, Free Print 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Girl Butterflies Free Printable Kids Stationery, Free Print Girl Butterflies Free Printable Kids Stationery, Free Print
  • 2. Mobile Payment Technologies By Robert Warner Mobile Payment Technologies Robert Warner ISM3011 Florida Atlantic University April 9, 2016 The advent of the internet connected smartphone has opened up a whole new world for the consuming public as they now have access to the world of ecommerce in the palms of their hands. As more personal data became transferred to these mini computers, the competing interests of more intrusive applications continue to clash with the need for greater security and data integrity. One of these areas of conflict has been in the field of mobile payments where there has been the desire to use the personal financial information stored on a smartphone to conduct business transactions in a convenient yet secure manner. Recently, technological advancements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... NFC devices can simultaneously support the following three modes of operation. Reader/writer mode which allows the NFC device to read and/or write passive NFC tags and stickers P2P mode which allows the NFC device to send and receive data to and from other NFC peers which has been used for several years as the Android Beam file transfer feature Card emulation mode allows the NFC device to act as an NFC card. This can now be accessed by an external NFC reader such as an NFC enabled point of sale terminal. Magnetic secure transmission employs the technology of electromagnetism to transmit payment card data to payment terminals that are equipped with traditional magnetic stripe readers. This essentially turns every traditional point of sale terminal that s used for swipe card transactions into a potential contactless payment system without the need to modify or upgrade the hardware. The MST technology was developed by LoopPay, a small development company that was acquired by Samsung in February 2015 and is the driver behind Samsung Pay. Electricity is passed through a small metal coil inside the smartphone which generates a magnetic field that can now communicate with standard magnetic payment card readers. The phone can now emulate the physical process of swiping a card through the point of sale terminal allowing for the same familiar transaction process without the need to produce and swipe the actual card. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Causes Of Eyewitness Testimony Intellectuals and experts alike share a common belief that the most significant cause of unjust convictions is due to inaccurate eyewitness testimonies. Scepticism of the validity of eye witness testimonies has increased dramatically; scientific credibility of forensic evidence has weakened its reliability. Thus, resulting in this being the dominant root of false convictions (Coolican, 1996). In 2007, The Innocence Project stated that over 75% of unjust convictions contained eye witness testimonies (Innocence Project, 2007). Further studies have also had comparable results, for example Brandon Davies (1973). Is it feasible that an individual s memory is so imprecise that it is unreliable in producing faultless memory recall? Furthermore, if memory is so undependable why is it still frequently used in the criminal justice system today if the consequence is innocent people being incarcerated? Historically, eyewitness testimony has been frequently practised, and has played a consequential role in the conviction of criminals. Monumental amounts of unsolved crimes lacking sufficient evidence has meant that an eyewitness testimony could help secure a much needed verdict in an otherwise unsolvable crime. However, in this contemporary society, experts claim that many factors can be responsible for faulty eyewitness testimony. For example, post incident events, most specifically suggestive police strategy (Brace and Byford, 2012). Milgram s (1963) study into obedience highlighted ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Sexual Assault On Teenage Girls In a study that was documented in December 2014, for the period 1995 2013, females ages 18 to 24 had the highest rate of rape and sexual assault victimizations compared to females in all other age groups (Langton Sinozich, p. 1). This report compared and described how sexual assault can effect students and nonstudents, but it focused mainly on females with the male as the offender. The findings are from the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), which collects information on nonfatal crimes reported and not reported to police against persons age 12 or older (Langton Sinozich, 2014, p. 1). It is important to note that the statistics for sexual assault based on the NCVS may not be accurate due ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is far too much of the whole victim blaming, glorification of sex, and lack of consideration for a person. I believe if we focus on fixing how society functions during sexual assault cases, then I believe we can decrease the rates of sexual assault by helping people become more informed and by treating it as a serious issue. When it comes to punishments, they must be more severe and certain or else things like this will continue to happen. We also need to focus on getting those who are assaulted to let someone know. There are people here for them that can help, even if they don t think they need help, they do. Sexual assault is a serious crime that affects both females and males at any age. If we continue to see it as anything else, then it ll only get worse over time which is not something that the world ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Persuasive Essay On Stop Smoking Why One Should Stop Smoking Smoking is a huge problem in today s society. Many people don t understand the consequences that come with smoking. Cigarettes and marijuana are very common uses of smoking. As a college student I am able to the effects these two drugs have on students mental and physical abilities. People shouldn t smoke because not only does smoking affect your everyday way of live but they may also kill you. People who become addicted to these certain substances know the risks but don t care because they are mentally attached to the drugs that destroy their body. Marijuana affects the brain the most while tobacco affects organs in your body. According to the article Weed Smoke VS. Cigarette Smoke: Which is worse? By Delilah Butterfield When it comes to the of smoking, research suggests that tobacco is far more harmful to the lungs than cannabis. Both marijuana and tobacco increase the chances of lung cancer. People who are under 55 had an increased chance increased chance in forming a type of lung cancer (Morris). If are diagnosed with asthma then these two substances can make your breathing problem 90% worse than what it was. Most smokers don t even know what they are smoking in reality. Tobacco and marijuana are made to calm the nerves of the human body (They are downers) but, they also are made of multiple poisonous and chemical substances. Tobacco contains chemicals like Nicotine (the addictive drug that produces the effect that people are looking for and one of harshest chemicals in tobacco smoke), Hydrogen cyanide, Lead, Arsenic, Ammonia, Radioactive elements, carbon monoxide, etc. (3, The American Cancer Society) All of these elements put together form one of the deadliest products that is sold all over the world, called a cigarette. Companies created E Cigarettes claiming that they were less harmful to the body but these products also contain addictive nicotine that can cause mental dependence on nicotine (The American Cancer Society). In the last paragraph we learned multiple chemicals that create tobacco but marijuana also is made with dangerous chemicals. Marijuana contains at least 60 chemicals called cannabinoids. Researchers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Theories of Relativity Opinion Essay Theories of Relativity Opinion Essay: Why We Should Read This Novel in the ENG3C Course Living on the street can be tough, especially if you re a teenager. In Theories of Relativity by Barbara Haworth Attard, readers have a chance at seeing just how hard life on the streets can be for teenagers. We should study Theories of Relativity in the ENG3C course for many reasons, including how many students can relate to Dylan, because the book has many interesting characters and because of the lessons in the book. We should study Theories of Relativity in the ENG3C course because many students can relate to Dylan. First of all, we can relate because we re the same age as Dylan. For example, Dylan is 16 when he is kicked ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Theories of Relativity , we learn about major life lessons important for teens to learn about, all through the help of the characters in the book. Firstly, we learn that life is tough trying to make it on your own on the streets and if you ask for help, you could have a better life. For example, Dylan is reluctant to go to the drop in centre or the education building for help (48) but when he does, he gets food, good advice and a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Food Industry And Its Effects On The Health And Prosperity... Engineered Food Technology and industrialization of the food industry have changed how food is grown, and altered its nutritional value. Multinational organizations are making decisions that affect the health and prosperity of people worldwide. These organizations have found ingenuous ways of packaging and marketing unsafe products to the public. Education and awareness of the problems are the only hope for improving the food industry and the quality of food. Industrialization of food began with the advent of fast food chains. The McDonald brothers were the first to introduce assembly line food processing. By assigning each employee one task to perform they were more efficient, and they paid those employees less than employers who expected an employee to perform start to finish tasks. The food industry implemented the assembly line approach, quickly changing how food is processed, and decreasing the pay rate for workers. Meat processing once regarded as a profession performed by skilled butchers, now it is a highly dangerous job filled by minority or illegal immigrants willing to take health and deportation risks for a very low wage. Efficiency and cost drives all bad behavior across the food industry. (Kenner, 2008) Cattle once raised on grass and grains now feed on liquefied protein, liquefied fat and corn. The calves are still grass fed until they reach 400 500 pounds; they are then sold to stocker operators who start feeding corn to the cattle. This is an unnatural ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Effects Of Solar Power On The Earth Saving the earth Imagine a typical family rushing out of the house to go to work or school. Many of the simple things can be easily over looked, and while rushing out even more can be forgotten. Children can easily leave things plugged in and parents can forget to turn the light switches off. Fossil fuels are wasted each time someone forgets to conserve energy. This is a problem because fossil fuels are nonrenewable. This means that they can not be produced at the rate in which they are used. People of the United States should not have to worry about when fossil fuels are going to run out. The Environmental Protection Agency, also known as the EPA, should be given more control over how energy should be made. By doing so the EPA would be promoting the use of solar power to help make renewable and lasting energy. Solar power is a great use of alternative fuel because it protects the earth from further harm, it allows the earth to be protected and assures lasting power for the future. Overview of the Problem Nonrenewable energy is a problem in the United States. Wars have been fought for the use of oil and other nonrenewable resources. One article even suggests that, The energy crisis of the 1970 s drove up gasoline prices, sent the economy into a tailspin and prompted lawmakers and government agencies to develop new energy polices. ( Are renewable energy sources viable alternatives to fossil fuels ). For many years the question on people s minds has been, when are we going ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. An Investigation to Critically Assess the Effects of Drug... Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (Internal Assessment) Topic: An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10 25 of my community of Bonne Aventure [pic] [pic] [pic] CANDIDATE S PROFILE NAME OF CANDIDATE: Boshanie Patloo NAME OF SCHOOL: Marabella North Secondary School REGISTRATION NUMBER: TERRITORY: Trinidad DATE SUBMITTED: Monday 20th April 2009 THEME: Effects of drug abuse among youths in my Community TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I Acknowledgements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By completing this paper and actually doing fieldwork on this research, I hope it will broaden my understanding of drug users, its effects on the body and society and why it is in such high demand. [pic] An investigation to critically assess the effects of drug abuse among youths between ages 10 25 of my community of Bonne Aventure. 1. What influences youths to use drugs? 2. What is the impact of drug abuse on their lives? 3. What can be done to stop drug abuse? [pic] The questionnaire and interview was chosen over other methods of data collection because of the time
  • 10. and cost factor. It is usually cheaper and faster. However, since information was only gathered in one community, this hindered my project to reflect views and opinions of other parts of the country. The design of the questionnaire had too many close ended questions thus the respondent was unable to express his thoughts to any extent that have not been pre empted or not considered by the researcher. A copy of the questionnaire and interview can be found in Appendix on page Problems were also encountered in the process of the interview. Some questions asked could not be answered due to the fact that the interviewee was too ashamed to disclose such information and also it was too painful for him to issue remarks as to why he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Phineas Gage Research Paper Phineas Gage, a railroad worker, was accidently struck by a piece of iron through the frontal lobe after an explosion he set himself (Phineas Gage Information). The iron piece shredded the front left side of his brain when it entered under his cheek bone and exited out the top of his head (Phineas Gage Information). Phineas was treated after the explosion by Dr. John Martyn Harlow (Phineas Gage Information). The treatment by Dr. Harlow allowed Phineas to return back to his house only ten weeks after the incident; which is a significantly short time considering the trauma from his accident and the medical advances at this time were not nearly what they are today (Phineas Gage Information). The accounts of his personality change seem to have differencing opinions (Phineas Gage Information). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Harlow, his treating physician, took reports from a previous boss and former friends (Phineas Gage Information). They gave reports of Phineas s personality before as being the most capable and efficient foreman, one with a well balanced mind, and who was looked on as a shrewd smart business man (Phineas Gage Information). While after his accident the previous contractors would not give Phineas his job back saying that he was fitful, irreverent, and grossly profane, showing little deference (Phineas Gage Information). They also described him as impatient and obstinate (Phineas Gage Information). The most prevailing statement was from Phineas s former friends when they stated the Phineas now was No longer Gage. (Phineas Gage Information). However, it should be noted that the article mentions that many rumors of Phineas s life were strange mixtures of slight fact, considerable fancy and downright fabrication (Phineas Gage Information). It was proven through the work that Phineas kept a new occupation for years after recovery from the explosion (Phineas Gage ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Prisoner s Dilemma This paper further examines The Prisoner s Dilemma. The Prisoner s Dilemma is a situation where two prisoners are placed into isolation cells and they can choose to either stay silent or confess. This game of probability that has taken many forms, but the concept is always the same. There are two people who have been arrested and can choose to either remain silent or confess. I first become interested in the prisoner s dilemma while reading The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart. The prisoner s dilemma is only briefly touched upon in this novel, but I was intrigued enough to want to peruse a further analysis. In this paper the prisoner s dilemma will be further analyzed using probability prediction methods. The Prisoner s Dilemma was developed in the 1950s by game theorists Dresher and Flood. These theorists were working to determine the possibility of intercontinental nuclear warfare. It was developed during experiments that tested to see how people behaved in particular situations. The original situation surrounded two people deciding whether to buy a car. The introduction of two prisoners to this situation was added by Princeton mathematician A.W. Tucker. A private company ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A = Singing Reward the role given to the prisoner who sings while the other does a monologue. This reward is being cast as the lead role. B = Monologuing Reward the role given to each actor if they both sing. This is being cast as a minor character. C = Singing Penalty the role given to each actor if they both perform monologues. This is being cast as a chorus member. D = Monologuing Penalty the role given to the actor who does a monologue while the other sings. This is becoming the understudy for the lead ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Life of Pianist Ju-Fang Essay Ju Fang started playing the piano when she was three, and began studying the bass at the age of 6. She originally wanted to play viola, but her parents thought her height was a sign for her to play the bass. Although born and raised in Kaohsiung, Taiwan R.O.C, she was awarded a scholarship to attend Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, majoring in both piano and double bass. Prior to winning her position with the ISO, she performed at the Marlboro Music Festival, Aspen, Tanglewood, the Sun Valley Music Festival, the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, the Evansville Philharmonic, and the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra. She first played a song that she said was loved by everyone in China. It s one of the classical pieces that people in China ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One thing I noticed off the bat was that he held his bow the German way. Whereas the other two artists had music, Volkan memorized his. His eyes were closed for some parts and he would sway while playing. His sound was very rich, much like a singer s voice. He stayed relatively still compared to the other two bassists, but there was no stiffness about it. His music was unique and sounded really cool. He also went up pretty high in position. For his third song, he began playing before the piano joined him. Between him and the pianist, they passed around melodies and harmonies. I noticed that his arm would hang over his bass when he shifted up. He had continuous vibrato and the music itself sounded dark. Perhaps it was in a minor key? The fourth song was happy and exciting to listen to. His music switched between major and minor a few times. He was always listening carefully to check for intonation. Joseph Conyers: Joseph H. Conyers was appointed assistant principal bassist of the Philadelphia Orchestra in 2010. He joined the Philadelphia Orchestra, after a one and a half year tenure with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, three and a half years as principal bassist of the Grand Rapids Symphony (MI), and four summers as a member of the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra (NM). He held his bow the French way. His music sounded mysterious and exotic, like the harmonic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. A Research Study On Gm Crops GM crops are created by inserting a gene externally from an foreign source into unrelated species. This has granted an ability to overcome many physiological barriers and to exchange genetic information among all living organisms. The purpose of genetic modification is to create a faster, efficient, and much more precise way to achieve the same results from artificial selection. Additionally, it can be used in order to introduce a new trait to the crop that would not be usually naturally occurring. These GM crops can have many beneficial traits that improves the overall profile of the plant this includes: extended shelf life, drought tolerance, pesticidal/herbicidal resistance, and increased nutritional yield, etc. Many GM crop examples ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... First, in order for geneticists to identify a gene of interest, they start by looking at other potential organisms.The geneticist has to identify the trait they desire the organism to have and must find any other organisms that already contain that gene. Finding a novel gene of interest requires intensive research into that gene as well as luck. As an example, if a scientist wanted a gene that improved the nutrient composition of a plant, they would look through many organisms that they believed that produces that specific nutrient, additionally if a scientist wanted a crop to have a gene that allows it to survive in drought conditions, they would most likely look for an organism living in those persistently hotter conditions. Additionally, this also involves testing in order to find the organism with the most ideal and worthy trait. Secondly, in order to isolate a gene of interest, comparative gene analysis must be done in order to locate and decode the specific organisms gene of interest. Whole genome alignment is done with plants that have and do not have the gene to pinpoint the regions of difference, and if there are no pre sequenced genomes available to perform comparison tests, scientists will use gene knockouts on the plant genome till the characteristic of interest is gone, thus identifying the gene that generates the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Right Side of History Unrest in the Arab World Will the United States be on the right side of history? The Right Side of History? The wave of demonstrations, uprisings and revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East has presented the United States with a complex set of diplomatic problems. While a key component of U.S. foreign policy is promoting and supporting democracy, it is vital to U.S. interests that the Middle East remains relatively stable. A truly democratic Arab world is a new concept, and is one that has yet to show its true colors. If the result of the Palestinian Authority legislative elections held in January of 2006 is any indication of what may evolve in the region, the U.S. has plenty of cause for concern. The elections, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Shortly after the protests began in Tunisia, a wave of protests and demonstrations swept over the Arab world, from Algeria to Yemen, with few countries being exempt from the movement. Leaders of wealthier countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Oman and Bahrain, offered economic concessions to stave off unrest. Other leaders offered minor political concessions. Yet the protests continue. The Egyptian Revolution, which began with protests on January 25, 2011 and lasted for 18 days, became a media sensation watched worldwide. Not only conventional media, but social media as well. Social media played an unprecedented and important role in Egypt, changing the face of revolutions forever. Unlike Tunisia, a marginal actor in the region, Egypt is the most populous, and one could argue, the most important country in the Middle East, at least in terms of maintaining stability. The U.S., which had backed the Egyptian government militarily since 1979 and had friendly relations with Mubarak, was faced with tough diplomatic decisions. Many foreign relations experts agree that the Obama Administration did a reasonable job handling the tricky situation. Once Mubarak stepped down, without the major bloodshed that would have occurred if the military had attack its own people, the U.S. appeared to have been on the right ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Thomas Aquinas 5th Argument For God In Aquinas 5th argument, he states that things that lack intelligence always or nearly always act for an end, to achieve the best result and because of that, it is plain to see that it is not unintentional for the things to act for an end but has been designed to accomplish their end by an intelligent being we call God. The argument is valid because the premises that are given in the argument are true which follows the conclusion which is also true. The argument is also sound because it is valid and actually true. This argument is one of the most compelling argument for God because of the fact that our surroundings are physical evidence for a living, infinite, omnipotent, eternal, loving and perfect God. The planet that we live in, Earth, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Essay about Adler Case Study Case Study #2 Application Questions 1. What is Mark s attitude, according to Jungian theory? Provide evidence for your answer. Mark is outgoing and happy. He loves life and lives it to its fullest. He isn t an introspective person. According to the Jungian theory, Mark is an extrovert. He is defined as such by his excited behavior while being active, socializing, and the center of attention. In addition, Mark s job is consumed by constant activity and danger. 2. What is Mark s superior function, according to Jungian theory? Provide evidence for your answer. Mark states that at work he does not feel fear, but rather caution. As such, Mark s superior function is the irrational functional of sensing. He uses his intuition to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Specify sub stage if appropriate. Under the Jungian theory, whilst Mark was pretending to be a superhero, he was most likely in the archaic sub stage of the childhood stage. This would explain his constant pretending of being a superhero. Theory Comparison Questions 1. Use another theory, besides Jung s, to explain Mark s career choice. For the purpose of this question, I will be using the theories of Sigmund Freud. As such, Freud would delve into and further elaborate the influence of Mark s childhood. Freud would view Mark s childhood experiences of playing superhero games to explain his behavior later in life. In conclusion, Freud would believe that these experiences meant Mark was likely already predestined to obtain a career such as being a firefighter. 2. How could environmental factors, such as reinforcements and punishment, explain Mark s career choice? What are some reinforcements that encourage this behavior? How is the focus of this explanation different than that of Jung s theory in explaining Mark s career choice? In the form of the multiple thank you s! and the continuous praise he receives as a firefighter, Mark s behavior of acting like a superhero is reinforced. These beliefs of his awaken his unconscious belief that he needs thanks and praise in order to achieve the high esteem of manhood. 3. How could Eysenck s concept of extraversion explain Mark s career choice? What other behaviors
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  • 19. Summary Of Andre Bazin s The Ontology Of The Photographic... In Andre Bazin s essay, The Ontology of The Photographic Image , he argues that one of the defining characteristics and inherent motivations in the production of art and artifacts, be it the mummification of Pharaohs, portraits of Kings and Emperors, is the preservation of life by a representation of life (Bazin 238). He elaborates that at the heart of the plastic arts, such as painting and sculpture, is a need to make immortal the mortal and to turn the image of our flesh into clay, steel and paint. Bazin s essay touches on our need and motives to transform ourselves and preserve our being beyond its physical existence. He focuses on how photography is the purest form of capturing reality and how the arrival of cinema challenges itself with preserving life as it is or was, without the alteration and manipulation from editing. Points of Interest Although most of Bazin s essay is very interesting to read, there are a few points that I felt stand out within the essay. Bazin explains that painting, in its attempt in the production of realism, encountered a problem in combining both the representation of the spiritual reality or the emotionally reality with the representation of the physical reality. Bazin notes that painting can successfully represent the emotionally reality, but that the reproduction of the physical reality will always lean towards and illusion. This illusion that Bazin references throughout his essay, I believe, is alluding to the inability to truly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Crater Lake History Crater Lake is such a dazzling sight that it s easy to forget its origins (Howells, 2011). Crater Lake National Park is located in southwest Oregon. Crater Lake National Park lies in Klamath County which is also northeast of a city named Medford. Crater Lake National Park is three hours and 43 minutes away from Salem, the capital city of Oregon. Its actual lake is located in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. Crater Lake National Park is 2,718 miles from Benton, AR and would take one day and eight hours of driving to reach. After the turn of the century, new conservationists came to power. They emerged into a political party under Gifford Pinchot, the chief of the U.S. Department of Agriculture s Bureau of Forestry. He advised Theodore ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Steel, the founder of Crater Lake National Park, made the first recorded attempts in 1888 to stock the lake with fish. Steel just wanted to stock the lake for recreational value. He originally placed six species of fish in the lake. The stockings continued through the turn of the century until researchers finally saw that the fish were reproducing. Out of the six species introduced, there are only two types of fish still living in Crater Lake today which are the Kokanee Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) and the Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). The Kokanee Salmon is a dwarf fish. These types of fish are the best fish in the lake. The last recorded stockings were silver salmon in 1937 and rainbow trout in 1941. Today there are thousands of fish in Crater Lake. An average Kokanee Salmon is eight inches, but the record is 18 inches. The Rainbow Trout are way longer than the Kokanee. The record breaker at Crater Lake was 6 ½ pounds and 26 inches. An average Rainbow Trout is 10 to 14 inches long. (Fish of Crater Lake National Park) The long harsh winters at Crater Lake make it difficult for animals to survive. Mother Nature has given these animals a hard time. The main animal that can survive here are amphibians. There are eight types of amphibians that live in and around Crater Lake. Amphibians are cold blooded animals with soft wet skin. Most of the amphibians live in the lake. Amphibians eat insects, worms, spiders, and other little creatures. One of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Sniper Essay The Sniper The Sniper places a strong emphasis on the evils of war, and yet paints a vivid image of mankind s qualities and their society. Employing the technique of describing one particular sniper to symbolise a general subject, readers are able to gain a deep insight into the evils of war. In this story, the assembly of setting, contrasting characters and themes of fanaticism and division of loyalties are vital to conveying the horror of war. On the other hand, The Sniper also discusses the power of war, depicting it as the decider of life and death for men. Its force is further emphasised when neighbours are turned into enemies under war s influence. The setting of the story, Dublin, has been written in such a way that only ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Characters in ¡§The Sniper¡¨ are limited in terms of type and variety to show that war brings out only people who possesses a passion to kill and have the courage to be killed. The story focuses on only one sniper and we, the readers use the incident from his point of view. The only characters that are mentioned are the sniper, another sniper, his enemy and an old woman. Apart from the old woman, all other characters are men who represent figures of war and are present to do nothing but kill. They are seekers of death and bring about a web of deaths. The manner in which these men ¡§reign¡¨ over the city by killing, and that ordinary dwellers are imprisoned within their homes for fear of death shows the evil impacts of war. The theme of death and violence is another important segment in indicating the evils of war. Each individual is engaged in killing their enemies and struggling for their own lives. As seen through the view of the sniper, the people¡¦s lives are centred around killing and death. Lifestyle, even to the extent of lighting a cigarette becomes risky and could lead to death. Citizens are forced to be locked in their homes for fear of being shot. The incident, where an old woman is hot by the sniper, who is then injured by his enemy is an example of war¡¦s destructive nature. The loss of innocent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. The Earthquake Of Central Nepal 1. Introduction A Mw7.8 earthquake struck the Gorkha region of central Nepal on the 25th April 2015 (11:56 am local time). The initial tremor was followed by a series of Mw 6 aftershocks including a Mw7.3 event on the 12th May 2015. Together, this series of earthquakes have been termed the Gorkha earthquake sequence (Collins and Jibson, 2015). The Mw7.3 aftershock killed an estimated 160 people, which is in addition to a ~8,600 death toll for the main Mw7.8 event (Kargel et al., 2016). Up to 6% of these deaths were attributed to the secondary hazard of landsliding (CEDIM, 2015). The advent of satellite imagery coupled with Geographic Information Systems has enabled the quick mapping of earthquake induced landsliding (Xu et al., 2013). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Consequently, in future hazard surveys remote sensing could identify the land characterises of landslides in cloud free areas and use this data to direct traditional methods of field data collection (i.e. helicopters) to hot spots of greater landslide susceptibility. This report will explore and test this hypothesis using a large landslide dataset collected during the Gorkha earthquake series , Nepal, 2015. 1.1. Study area Nepal is situated on the Himalayan arc where the Indian plate subducts the Eurasian plate at a convergence rate of ~20 mm yr 1 (Goda and Jibson., 2015). Nepal is classified as a less developed country where landsliding severely stunts its development (Petley et al., 2006). With reference to Fig. 1 this report has limited the study area to the (7) districts: Dhading, Dolakha, Gorkha, Lamjung, Nuwakot, Rasuwa and Sindhupalcho. Together these districts have a total land area of 14,564 km2 (representing ~10% of Nepal proper) with an elevation range 189 m to 7,922 m. Within this study area n=4,201 landslides occurred as a result of the Mw7.8 and Mw7.3 events. The study area spans the middle high Himalaya where population is relatively low and sparsely distributed (Kargel et al., (2016) makes note that fortunately in Nepal population density and landslide frequency are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Whale Rider Belonging Whale rider is told in the context of a Maori tribe in modern New Zealand. The movie tells the story of a young girl, Pai, and her grandfather Karo, who must struggle with adapting a patriarchal Maori legend with the Pai s seeming affinity with sacred traditions. The music in this movie underscores each scene and leaves the viewer feeling moved emotionally. Music tells the audience how they should be feeling and what emotions they should be experiencing. It adds scale and dramatizes events. Music in movies is crucial to manipulate our emotions towards the scene. Incorporating music into films will not only make the final outcome more interesting, but it also allows the audience the ability to connect emotionally to characters and their situation, also reinforcing the story and/or message. Music can also work very well to make clear the heritage of a character/group of characters or the geographic setting of the movie or a scene. If for example Chinese or Japanese sounding music can be heard during a certain scene, the audience can easily spot where it is taking place without the need of visually establishing the location too much. Music also has the ability to clear the time frame of the movie. For example if classical music is being heard in the film, the audience are able to easily recognize that the movie is set in an older period of time. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Together, these sounds create a strong sense of place and enhance the message of the film. The film s opening credits are on the blue of the sea with Pai s voiceover setting the scene. The music has an eeriness which underscores what she is saying. The film then cuts to shots of a woman in agony in hospital, accompanied by a terrified husband. The music conveys the pain far more than does the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Manipulation In A Rose For Emily A Rose for Freedom A Rose for Emily written by William Faulkner, symbolizes so much more than what is said in the text. William Faulkner sets an intense mood at the beginning of the story when announcing the death of Miss Emily Grierson. Not many stories start off with death, but in this case, Emily s death is a very important key point to the story. The narrator manipulates time in the way he tells the story. The narrator starts off with with Emily s death and continues the story with the past, the late past, and the past past. This time manipulation is very important to set the themes of the story. There is not one specific theme, but actually a variety. For example, the time manipulation by confusing the reader with the past and the present. Another example is the loneliness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The fact that Emily buys a man s toilet set and a complete outfit of men s clothing, including a nightshirt, symbolizes that Emily truly cared about Homer. Emily uses these things to set up a decked room as for a bridal in her house, and sets homer s body in a bed. Homer s body was lain in the attitude of an embrace and next to him was a pillow with the indentation of a head. This symbolizes that Emily slept with Homer every night. The biggest clue of all, was the iron grey hair they found on the bed, which was Emily s. Emily symbolizes the old South because she resists change in the way that, as she got older, and the world around her changed, she latches on to her traditions. Tobe s disappearance symbolizes the freedom of slaves after Emily s death, which symbolizes the end of the Old South. He also disappears to avoid having to spill Emily s secrets to the town. The rose in The Rose for Emily symbolizes the true love which Miss Emily never experienced. The house is a huge symbolism of Emily s isolation because that was all she had, and all her father left her. It also symbolizes the decaying South and at the end of the story, the house, like Miss Emily, has become ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Analysis Of The Skill Of Self-Confidence In his TedTalk The Skill of Self Confidence (15:40), Dr. Ivan Joseph discusses the importance of having faith in oneself and how confidence is ultimately a result of our attitudes/actions. He begins with a story about how, after winning the National Championship as a college soccer coach, he faced hundreds of parents and players that wanted to be apart of his team. However, despite the great skills they brought to the actual game, he was more concerned with their self confidence, as he felt that that was the determining factor of whether or not they would be great players for his team. The entire talk sits upon that foundation; if one has confidence in their own abilities to overcome any given obstacle, they will be successful in whatever they choose to do. He clarifies that self confidence is a skill rather than a trait because he believes it can be learned. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Joseph s message can be applied to almost any element of our class. Self confidence is needed in business communication, leadership, self protection, and general everyday operations. In the corporate world, it is important that an employee is sure of themselves and what they are working for. As we have learned, goal oriented workers are the most productive, and open communication is necessary for a healthy setting. Both of these involve self confidence; when setting a goal, a leader must be confident in their abilities to help staff members achieve it. Those who actually carry out the tasks must be confident enough to do so without hesitation or self doubt. In business communication, being self confident means sharing not only your ideas about a project, but also your values and what you are and are not willing to do to further the organization s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. State Repression Research Paper Shortly after the murder of LaPorte, the Canadian government established harsh state repression, not only in Quebec, but all over Canada. The government s explanation for this aggressiveness was the belief that state repression would bring a stop to the current terrorist attack. Once the FLQ was stopped and James Cross was recovered, there was also the belief that the state repression stopped future terrorist attacks from happening in Canada. The question we are thus faced with is whether state repression decreases the number of future attacks after the repression has taken place. To answer this question, we could conduct a causal experiment on the effect of state repression on terrorist attacks. The start of the experiment would be to gather the group that one will be looking at for the experiment. In the case of the experiment on the effect of state repression on terrorist attacks, one would need to look at states that face terrorism. The treatment for the experiment groups would be the repression. The next step in the experiment would be determining what measurements we will be taking. The first measurement we would take would be on the amount of state repression that takes place in each state. This measurement would should be on a rough scale since it would be quite ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We would have started with a certain number of terrorist attacks in each state, thus we would compare the number before the experiment and after the experiment took place to record if there was any difference in those numbers. The next assessment we would make is a comparison of those numbers against whether there was state repression or not. This assessment is so that we can compare what the effect of the different amounts of repression were for each state. We are looking for whether there was a continuation in terrorist activities after repression and if there was, how the number of terrorist attacks was affected by the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Pressure Ulcers And A Critical Care Situation Pressure Ulcer Prevention Preventing pressure ulcers in an acute care or a critical care situation can be challenging for nursing staff. Pressure ulcers cause an increase in morbidity and mortality, along with very high cost for the hospitals. Treatment cost average $11 billion per year in the United States. (Skolnik M.D. Carcia, D.O., 2015) They cause patient pain and are preventable by all nursing staff. The skin is the body s largest organ and the first line of defense against the internal and external environment, and it plays an important part in maintaining health. (Brunner et al., 2012) For adult patients does the use of a skin care products reduce the risk of pressure ulcers compared to those patients using no skin care ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Incorporating the use of a cost effective skin care product, daily skin assessments, and staff education, may be an effective way of managing the healing of skin breakdown in the hospitalized patient. (Brunner et al., 2012) Reliability Reliability describes the consistency of a measurement method within a study. (Burns Grove, 2011) In critiquing the reliability of the Brunner et al. (2012) article, the study was completed at a large urban hospital using three critical care units and two acute care units. The two skin care products were randomly assigned to the participants. The sample size goal in each group was to be 100 participants. Results of the study included that only 64 participants were enrolled. The article written by Brunner et al. (2012) was not reliable for measurement methods. The study is not described in great detail, does not have evidence of accuracy, and has a lack of participants. Validity Validity deals with determining how well the instrument reflects the abstract concept being examined. (Burns Grove, 2011) In critiquing the validity of the Brunner et al. (2012) article, they used a quasi experimental, two group study without a control group to conduct their study. Their study examined two skin care products used to prevent skin breakdown in acute and critical care patients with various lengths of stay. According to Brunner et al. (2012), nurses approach skin care in various ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Soil Music Analysis How does Dirt Music articulate the main concepts which foregrounds your personal reading? Tim Winton s novel Dirt Music explores universal experiences and the fragility of the human condition, enabling the extrapolation of many personal readings due to its textual integrity. A personal reading foregrounds self imposed solitude catalysed by paralysis from grief and traumatic events, which results in emotional suppression and deterioration of identity. Post modern globalisation exacerbates such alienation to marginalise non conformists by preventing fulfilling human connections. Thus, painful cathartic processes are required to resolve the detriments of disconnection through immersion into restorative landscapes to confront the past and heal. Trauma can lead to an individual s desire for isolation from the physical world as a coping mechanism to medicate grief and loss. Tim Winton s novel Dirt Music portrays the healing story of Georgie and Lu who painfully confront their pasts to reinvigorate life. Solitude imposed by the oblivion of virtuality is articulated when Georgie swims with the dog by the metaphor and emotional adjectives, she lay back in the water, wishing some portal would open, that she might click on some dopey icon and proceed safely, painlessly, without regret or memory, highlighting the artificial suppression of emotions as alleviation from the debilitating consequences of grief. Moreover, disconnection as a protective barrier against loss is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Business Sustainability Business amp; Sustainability Business and Climate Change § 1.0 Introduction Although research on climate change is quite vague about the exact degree of warming and the consequences for the natural environment, a wide range of impacts can be expected (Metz, 2011). The temperature changes and the sea level rise, this has a negative impact on food production, water availability, human health, biological environment and infrastructure in coastal areas. Vulnerability is highest in poor countries where the changes will have a devastating effect. Metz (2011) states that there is no escape from the conclusion that human beings are responsible. As a consequence, the general opinion imposes responsibility for companies to put effort in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Furthermore, voluntary climate change policy will result in elevating UBS reputation (Hoffman, 2005). As stated before, a large percentage of society all over the world has concerns about global warming. Different business units of UBS can benefit from this reputational aspect. First, private investors who consider environmental strategies in making investments will prefer UBS Wealth Management and Business Banking Switzerland above competitors such as Citigroup and Morgan Stanley. Second, institutional investors as well as private clients will value UBS environmental friendly reputation. Thirdly, UBS could broaden its scope by starting trading carbon credits. Their reputation could help them compete with competitors such as Morgan Stanley that is active in this are already. Besides their clients, UBS employees will be more motivated to work for a CR company since they believe that companies should contribute to solve global warming problems. Therefore, a green policy can increase the retention rates of skilled workers (Hoffman, 2005). § 3.0 Method to implement green policy To become carbon neutral, UBS could adjust their company activities or compensate their GHG emission. Besides replacing business travel with videoconferencing, UBS could manage their energy use more effectively with the aim to realize carbon neutral buildings. First, concerning their buildings, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Influences in Our Lives Influences You can be influenced by anything, the television, your friends and your family. If you are influenced by these factors negatively, the influences may push you to lead dangerous, life threatening decisions. How far can the media, family, and friends push you? Media has had an increasingly negative impact (Mokeyane 2); media affects the lives of us all negatively at some point. People are being driven to eating disorders and others by copying the behaviors of the lifestyles being projected. Teenagers are surrounded by all types of media; radios, television, magazines, and the internet. All this media will produce images in our teenagers brains that they need to be perfect to be accepted in society from ads with skinny supermodels. How did this unrealistic idea of the perfection of the ideal body get framed... open a newspaper or magazine, switch on the television or radio. (Gupta 1). The models and dieting ads from media drive some teens to eating disorders or the thought that perfection is real. The apparent reason for our teenagers to this conclusion is media poisoning. Sizes of supermodels and actresses often influence teenage girls (Mokeyane 2). It s known that the media contributes to most of teenagers views and how they think of themselves. Marya Hornbacher was influenced by the media at the age of five years old and developed a eating disorder that the age of nine. Imagining that I am the sophisticated bathing suit lady... tan, and long and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Project Report On Green Computing Essay TERM PAPER On GREEN COMPUTING Submitted to ASET Guided By: Submitted By: Ms. Smriti Sehgal Mohik Jaswal A2305214461 AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH GAUTAM BUDDHA NAGAR DECLARATION BY THE STUDENT I Mohik Jaswal, student(s) of B.Tech (CSE.) hereby declare that the project titled GREEN COMPUTING which is submitted by me to Department of CSE., ASET, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Technology in CSE. , has not been previously formed the basis for the award of any degree, diploma or other similar title or recognition. The Author attests that permission has been obtained for the use of any copy righted material appearing in the Dissertation / Project report other than brief excerpts requiring only proper acknowledgement in scholarly writing and all such use is acknowledged. Signature Date: Name and Signature of Student: Mohik Jaswal CERTIFICATE BY FACULTY GUIDE This is to certify that Mr. Mohik Jaswal student of B.Tech. CSE has carried out the work presented in the project of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. China s Rise And The Us Japan s Respond China s Rise and the US Japan s Respond China s rising has become predominant issue after more than two decade since it opened it economy for the world capital. China has become center of economic growth in the region since it started to become economically integrated to globalized world. Concurrently with that development, China military capability grows to become more powerful. In 2013 SIPRI reported that China s military spending had reached $188 million, which means steadily increase of 7.4 per cent from 2012, and doubled from expense in 2004 (Deutsche Presse­ Agentur 2014). From 2008 until 2013 China stayed in second largest military expenditure before the USA and positioned Russia as the third (Feffer 2009: 8). Significant amount that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The end of the Cold War that created peaceful space and flourishing Chinese economic growth influenced the speed of military modernization and shifted its focus on protection of maritime resources and defending of territorial issue in the south and southeast (Ross 2009: 55; Storey 2008: 115). Meanwhile in southern part of its territory several maritime dispute disputes began to attract China s attention. During early decade of 1990s, China had just ratified United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS 1982) in 1992. The ratification is going to allow China to claim 200 nautical miles as its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and could exploit oil and gas located in South China Sea basin. Beside that, the growing tension because of Taiwan s independence in 1990 had significantly altered China focus to the South and modernization its military force. Geopolitical nature of the potential maritime conflict in the south had forced China to modernize its naval power (Storey 2008: 115). This could be considered as changing posture of China s military capability from cumbersome continental power towards more modern and dynamic naval power in responding future political and military dispute in the southern part of its territory (Ross 2009: 56). China s military modernization that aims to built capability to project its power ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Naming Alcohols in Chemistry In chemistry, an alcohol is in the hydroxyl functional group ( OH) is bound to a carbon atom. In particular, this carbon center should be saturated, having single bonds to three other atoms. Important alcohols are the simple acyclic alcohols. Of those, ethanol (C2H5OH) is the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages, and in common speech the word alcohol refers specifically to ethanol. When it comes to alcohol reactions the functional group of the alcohols is the hydroxyl group OH. Unlike the alkyl halides, this group has two reactive covalent bonds, the C O bond and the O H bond. The electronegativity of oxygen is greater than carbon and hydrogen. The covalent bonds of this functional group are polarized so that oxygen is electron ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the monohydric alcohol group there is Methanol (wood alcohol), ethanol (alcohol), isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), Butyl alcohol (butanol), pentanol (amyl alcohol), and hexadecan 1 ol (cetyl alcohol). Another group of alcohols would be the polyhydric alcohols. With these alcohols there are ethane 1,2 diol (ethylene glycol), propane 1,2 diol (propylene glycol), Propane 1,2,3 triol (glycerol), Butane 1,2,3,4 tetraol (Erythritol, Threitol), Pentane 1,2,3,4,5 pentol (xylitol), Hexane 1,2,3,4,5,6 hexol (Mannitol, Sorbitol), Heptane 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 heptol (volemitol). Another group of alcohols would be the unsaturated aliphatic alcohols. In this group would be Prop 2 ene 1 ol (allyl alcohol), 3, 7 Dimethylocta 2, 6 dien 1 ol (geraniol), and Prop 2 in 1 ol (Propargyl alcohol). The last group of the alcohols would be alicyclic alcohols. In this group there is Cyclohexane 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 hexol (inositol) and 2 (2 propyl) 5 methyl cyclohexane 1 ol (menthol) (Britannica). The names above are just a list of some of the alcohols that can be found within the big range and different types of alcohols. The alcohols above use the same formats as alkanes to be named. When it comes to alcohols and naming them they will end with the letters ol at the end of the name, which means that they are alcohols. When it comes to alcohol reactions the functional group of the alcohols is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Role Of Offensive Cyber Operations On Chinese Military... Draft Research Paper Matthew Marchant Professor Roehrig TSDM Security Strategies September 23, 2016 The Role and Implications of Offensive Cyber Operations in Chinese Military Strategy Contemporary news media feature regular reports of the interconnectedness of modern economies, societies, and militaries, highlighting the associated benefits and vulnerabilities of a networked commons. While Chinese businessmen, like those of other nations, have capitalized on technological advancements to make fortunes in electronic commerce and the networked economy, Chinese political and military leaders have likewise displayed an understanding of the threats and opportunities posed by the virtual world. While China, in particular organs of the People s Liberation Army (PLA), has historically and will likely continue conducting cyber espionage and network exploitation for information gathering and related purposes, for reasons nested in the individual, state, and international levels, and assuming the classic rational actor paradigm of decision making, it is increasingly likely that offensive cyber operations (OCO) will be preferred elements of China s military strategy in the coming years. For reasons including an increasing American ability to detect, counter, and reciprocate OCO as well as cost efficiency and regional factors and regional power dynamics, China will increasingly choose to target U.S. allies vice U.S. interests directly. This will consequently create a requirement ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Mentally Retarded Criminals Should Face the Death Penalty... On June 26, 1989, the United States Supreme Court, in the case of Penry v. Lynaugh, upheld the imposition of the death penaklty on a mentally retarded offender, John Penry (Chan 1211). The Court, also, held that the Federal Constitution s eighth amendment s cruel and unusual punishment clause is not violated by the execution of mentally retarded defendants (Cook 869). I strongly concur with the United States Supreme Court s decision. I do not believe that mentally retarded defendants should be categorically exempt from the death penalty because of their retardation. I hold this position because IQ test results are sometimes unreliable, there are different degrees of understanding of right and wrong among mentally retarded ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... High reliabilities are especially needed for tests used for individual assessment such as in court cases (Sattler 26). Each IQ test incorporates a standard error of measurement, which is the variation between the obtained score and the true score. This difference is sometimes as much as fifteen points. Thus, the IQ score obtrained by a defendant is only one of many possible scores that may be achieved with different sample questions or the same questions at a different time (Rumley 1334). Should a mentally retarded defendant with an IQ of 70 be exempt from the death penalty when his score could range anywhere from 85 to 55? I vehemently believe that a blanket exemption from the death penalty because of an unreliable IQ score is wrong. In addition, Grossman states that the IQ s of mentally retarded persons do not remain constant. Studies have shown great fluctuation in IQ scores for such reasons as fatigue or illness. Numerous studies indicate that motivational factors can affect IQ scores (Grossman 26 27). Certainly a defendant facing the death penalty would be highly motivated to do poorly on an IQ test knowing that a score of 70 or below could save him from the death penalty. Although the reliability of IQ test results is questionable, many states including Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Maryland, and New Mexico have enacted legislation categorically prohibiting the execution of defendants who have an IQ of 70 or below ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Noel Ignatiev s How The Irish Became White Centered around the Antebellum era, Noel Ignatiev s How the Irish Became White took place during the height of Irish immigration to the United States, where millions crossed the Atlantic in search of economic prosperity and other central pillars of the American Dream. However, Ignatiev asserts that those traditional American values were originally inaccessible for the newly arrived Irish immigrants. Shown by the virulent opposition toward immigration, Ignatiev highlights how the growing fear of foreign intrusion and ethnic tensions threatened to rape the superfluity of many Irish immigrants and their opportunity to uncover prosperity and freedom in America. Not only did How the Irish Became White uncover the brutal oppression and widespread xenophobic sentiments towards the Irish, it also shows how they eventually gain a level of economic opportunity by cultivating a scene of whiteness that embodied contemporary American values and briefs. In the book, Ignatiev demonstrates how Irish immigrants gained the privileges associated ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During a time of heightened racial tension between whites and blacks, the Irish sought to cement their status amongst natives by supporting and inciting race riots like the New York City Draft Riot of 1863. While the riot originally began as an anti draft protest, it quickly grew into a political campaign and racial warfare against black laborers. Along with racial slurs and torching homes of poor African Americans , the Irish also lynched colored orphans and racially mixed couples (New York Times). The shift to being a member of the oppressing class marks the success of the Irish in cultivating whiteness and acceptance. They found a common alliance with white natives. In order to preserve their own economic advantage and employment opportunities, they had to create political and social barriers for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. System Log Report All of the operating system (OS) log files were examined for any suspicious activity. The event logs which were searched were application, security, setup, system, as well as applications and services. According to Sunil Gupta (2013), Windows has the ability to generate a detailed audit record of security events on each system. Windows logs events for the two types of security Accounts: Computer and User for their logon and authentication (p.21). The application log was searched for errors and events of programs and applications. Security logs were checked for log ins to the device and the manipulation of files and folders. Setup logs were searched for information on what programs were installed on the device. System logs provided ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This type of exploitation of web browser technology poses a persistent vulnerability in network security, and for that reason it is important that employees do not become the victim of such an attack. According to Will Dormann and Jason Rafail, Not securing your web browser can lead quickly to a variety of computer problems caused by anything from spyware being installed without your knowledge to intruders taking control of your computer (2008). After this phase of the investigation was completed, the targets were interviewed for their input on why the penetration testers were successful or failed to obtain sensitive information. The risk of a breach due to an insider is something that Cybercom must consider and have measures in place for. Some of the vulnerabilities associated with an insider attach include the setting up of a rogue access point and the use of thumb drives. A rogue WiFi access point setup near an external wall could be used to access the network from outside the facility, and thumb drives can be used to steal data, keeping it in a small, easy to conceal medium. According to Kelly Jackson Higgins, The difference with insiders is they can inflict measurable financial, measurable IP, measurable brand and reputation damage more so than an outsider can (2012). Analysis Of the Threats identified, three were deemed to be the most crucial to address; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. The Most Famous Guitar Players For Find Success At Fame One of the more famous guitar players to find success at FAME was Duane Allman. In September of 1968, Allman went to visit Hall, with the hopes of joining FAME as a studio musician. Hall remembered that Allman was a huge fan of the things I was doing Jimmy Hughes, Arthur Alexander, Clarence Carter, Joe Tex. He knew about all the records I was cutting and was heavy into black music. However, at the time, Hall did not need another guitar player. This did not scourge Allman and he stayed in the Shoals, waiting for his chance. When Duane finally did get the chance to play for Rick Hall, he made a lasting first impression One day we were doing a demo and he had his bottleneck, says Hall. To be honest with you, I hadn t saw many ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The day Johnson and the other section member informed Hall of their plans, Hall signed a million dollar contract with Capitol Records to produce artists on FAME s record label. Hall offered each of the section members a base salary of $10,000 a year to become FAME s exclusive band, but they earned nearly double that figure the year before and could not justify signing Hall s offer. Johnson remembers that Hall had been up all night, but I thought he reacted good under the circumstances. He did tell us, I would do the same thing, but you ll never make it. Hall immediately started looking for other local musicians and found Junior Lowe on guitar, Jesse Boyce on bass, Freeman Brown on drums, and Clayton Ivey on keyboards. They became known as the Fame Gang. Over the years Hall would bring new musicians into the Fame Gang. Linda Hall states, There was always a different set of musicians trying to get started, they weren t as good as the ones Rick used all the time, but he just called these guys in and developed his new rhythm section. He had done this at least four or five times. A studio musician has to be very motivated, creative type person. On April 12, 1969, Billboard announced the new FAME and Capitol Records partnership. The article entitled Black Jobs, Culture Gain Capitol Boost outlined, (Capitol s) joint financial venture with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Effectiveness of Portable Devices in Communication A portable system is generally a personal, small and lightweight hardware product, Designed to be used when one is on the move , and it is temporarily independent of an External electric power supply. They are usually characterized by their Portability, Easy to pack and move and they are wearable. They may include; Personal digital assistant, Enterprise digital assistant, Wearable computer, Smartphone, Laptops, Calculators and eBook readers. Portable systems support computing and communication activities where they are defined by their design for mobile users, and from an ergonomic point of view they are not homogeneous. Some portable systems are designed for outdoor use and hence they can be used during adverse environmental conditions Huber, 2002). Mobile technology allows companies to have an unprecedented level of connectivity between employees, vendors, and their customers. Applications on mobile devices allow people to connect with others through social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Web based applications are used to enable direct communication with audiences in a variety of ways (Schwartz, 2005).. Use of real time communication can be important in improving customer service in a business and the staff time is spent efficiently. A customer or company uses such devices to make quotations and interactive order processing. Due to the interactive nature of the portable systems, information exchange through this medium advocates for an immediate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Gop Pros And Cons Q 1: The support of religious conservatives leaning more towards the GOP rose during Reagan s 2 term presidency and the years that followed. By capturing the religious right, Reagan set precedence for expanding the conservative base of the Republican Party (McAdam and Kloos 212). By stressing their activist and organizational movement skills, the Christian Right were able to develop and solidify more of an influence over the GOP, pushing the GOP in a rightward direction. Termed as Reagan realignment moved the South from majority Democratic electorate to a reliably Republican region due in part from Reagan s growing popularity with southern constituents (213). However, this realignment came after Reagan left office, capitalizing on a slow release ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Economic inequality seemed to be in a decline or general phasing off starting from the mid 1930s. However, in part due to the Reagan presidency and regime changes, starting 1981 we have seen a steady rise in economic inequality in America between the haves and the have not s. Economic inequality is only emphasized as data shows severely concentrated gains as those in the top .1 and .01 percent earn[ing] four and a half, and nearly seven times, respectively, that of their counterparts of three decades earlier (234). McAdam and Kloos only emphasizes this growing inequality over a multitude of statistics that offers compelling evidence that convinces me that not only economic inequality has been on the rise for some years now but also shows that there is a possible connection to the slow release revolution of the Reagan administration. While I do not believe that all economic inequality can be traced back to the Reagan administration, I do believe that it had a key part in changing the political landscape that would only seek to provide a prime breeding ground for economic inequality to flourish in America. Poverty also has a way of rising health inequality, as those with lower income do not have the discretionary spending ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Persuasive Essay On Weightlifting Weight training is vital to your sports performance, because if you are matched with someone in skill, then it will take speed, power, and strength to defeat your opponent on the court, field or in the ring. Some athletes even coaches and trainers get confused with the deference between,bodybuilding or muscle building vs. weight training for strength and power for specific sports. For example having huge muscular legs does NOT mean you can jump very high, or run very fast; increased jumping ability comes from being able to lift with speed. If the weight continues to increase and the speed stays the same, power and vertical jumping ability will increase only if you maintain your body weight. When using weight lifting for sports the main goal is to improve and strengthen movements in your sport. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So if you do dead lifts, squats, power cleans, snatches, clean and jerk, vertical jumps, depth jumps, lunges, calve raises, you will help target and strengthen the jumping muscles in you legs and some in your upper body. Also when doing the specific movement or exercise don t go past to point where the speed and power of the lift is reduced, wait till you are fully rested, and increase the weight and do the same, on your last set you can do multiple sets with minimal rest in between with the heaviest weight for at least 3 5 reps, or do an all out total reps for more muscles growth and absolute power or strength. Next time you do these exercises try for an extra rep or 2 on you all out max set(s) or multiple power sets. Record your workouts for total weight lifted and the amount of time you take to rest and complete a series of exercises or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. The Issue Of Illegal Immigration Illegal immigration has become an explosive issue in the U.S. Many people have debated fervently in their disapproval of illegal immigration, whereas others defend it just as ardently. The church and Christian religion/theology has been drawn into the fray over illegal aliens as well, with Christians on both sides seeking to validate their positions based on their own individual beliefs. I interviewed many different people with equally varying opinions on the matter. Over the past few months, many people, old and young, have been educated on the ethical dilemma that immigration has caused; especially due to the Syrian refugee crisis. Every person I interviewed had valid statements about the issue that is affecting the United States and the World. The majority of people I interviewed were Christian; however, one person was an Atheist and another was Agnostic. I found their opinions extremely interesting for the fact that their opinions were morally based and not spiritually. I did ask in depth of the Christian interviewees about how their religious and spiritual view affects the view of this controversial issue. Some used the law of the land as an important aspect. They believe that those who illegally enter any country violate that nation s laws as well as the laws of God. Believers are torn between showing compassion and mercy to the illegal immigrants who seek help and not wanting to disrupt God s word. The government expects private citizens to act as law enforcement. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Fiber Optic Strain Sensor Project Report FIBER OPTIC STRAIN SENSOR PROJECT REPORT SWAPNA RAAVI 104946905 Table of Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 3 1. Conventional strain sensors.................................................................................................. 3 1.1Foil Strain Gage ....................................................................................................... 3 1.2Accelerometer ................................................................................5 2. Optical Fiber Communications ........................................................................................... 6 2.1 History and development of Optical Fiber ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... conclusion..............................................................................................16 Introduction Technology takes a new leap every day. New designs and components will require high resolutions for monitoring health and structural characteristics and also to test their performance. The quality of new devices directly implies on the level which we can measure their performance. Conventional techniques which have been lasting for so long will not provide the high resolutions needed for new and advancing designs for the measurements of different quantities, mainly strain. Some of the conventional methods like Classic foil strain gauges and accelerometers have been trusted and used for several years to measure the strains on various buildings, air planes, human body, and many others, which end up failing during harsh conditions. Fiber optic strain sensors will not fail whereas the conventional strain sensors might fail during some conditions. Fiber optic strain sensors have high resolution and are immune to electromagnetic interference and can survive high temperatures, and bad weather conditions. Also, the fiber optic strain sensor has 25 times better gauge factor than that of the conventional sensors. There are two types of fiber optic strain sensors whose mechanical and optical properties changes when there is an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Power Of Power In Les Miserables And The Kite Runner What is power? Power has been the demise of leaders, empires, and the cause of war. Can power be used for good? Both Les Miserables and The Kite Runner can be juxtaposed to show power, what it is, and what it can be used for. Les Miserables and The Kite Runner show that power is subjective, and has many different interpretations. Merriam Webster dictionary has many definitions of power. Power could be considered the ability to produce an effect, or physical might, or even possession of control, authority, or influence over others. Wealth is a form of power. We see two different elements of this in both selections of literature. In Les Miserables, Jean Valjean, the former convict, uses wealth that he acquires under the name Mayor Madeleine to provide jobs for his constituents in a factory that he owns. Valjean used his power through wealth to empower many others to make their own wealth. This use of power is noble and just. Instead of giving others money or gifts, he gives them the gift of empowering themselves through sustainable work. This is a redeeming moment of Jean Valjean s character, contrasting his past as a convict. Baba is the father of Amir, the protagonist in The Kite Runner. He is a man of great influence, and possesses a strong moral compass. Baba is a very well written, realistic character. He is not restricted to good or bad, but blurs the lines. The way he uses his wealth is one of his better qualities meant to counteract some of his worse ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Pros And Cons Of The Removal Of Confederate Monuments The removal of the Confederate soldier monuments and memorials, such as the Robert E. Lee statue, and the Confederate Soldiers Monument in Tampa, Florida are sparking massive debates across the nation. Southern communities such as Virginia and South Carolina are being pressured by citizens into removing the Confederate monuments in the town square, claiming that the monuments are a brutal reminder of America s history of slavery. Despite the monuments representation of American history, this is a national debate. Inn some states this has emerged into a deadly conflict in the streets, due to the violent protests and riots in the town square. The Confederate soldier, Robert E. Lee, his statue was dedicated on May 21, 1924 at the Gala of the Confederate Soldiers in Charlottesville, Virginia. The sponsor s dedicated the monument to the lost cause (Dearstyne, Washington Post) of the Civil War; to the valiant fight the Confederate Soldiers displayed while fighting for their land, and way of life. The issue of slavery was carefully avoided during the dedication speech. Furthermore, the Confederate Memorial in Tampa, Florida was created in tribute to the Confederate soldiers who fought for their way of life, their plantations, homes, and beloved land. This memorial was dedicated on February 9, 1911. The Robert E. Lee monument was commissioned by a businessman and philanthropist named Paul Goodloe McIntire, who was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. McIntire also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. The Song Of Roland Analysis Hatred and Wealth Many readers of The Song of Roland find that the hatred and belittling of Roland and Ganelon is very evident but is not really explained why they hate each other. It is easily seen they have a relationship as step father and step son that can be quite full of altercations in most cases yet, Roland is still not letting friends such as Oliver talk about Ganelon even when they have noticed being set up for death. The scholar T. Atkinson Jenkins has looked into reasons for the hatred and treason that occur in the journal Why Did Ganelon Hate Roland? Jenkins provides many options to Ganelon s hatred for Roland. To me the most illuminating thing is the way hatred mostly likely was built on wealth, and today many people find the same reasons to be jealous and even hate others. Throughout the Jenkins essay he uses the Ganelon prosecution which was not read in class, but can be summarized best as Ganelon revoking being a traitor, and stating, It was Roland who cheated me of gold and goods; and so I made him suffer and die... (Unknown 1310). His fellow kinsmen asked king Charlemagne to set Ganelon free and Charlemagne is distraught by their words and calls all the men traitors (1311). Jenkins finds most every account of Ganelon and Roland participating in name calling, and crazily in the passage no one seems to pay any attention to the disgrace. Throughout the essay Jenkins finds quotes such as my poor imitation of a father (120) from using words such as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Respiratory Failure Essay This form of respiratory distress is commonly seen in premature newborns because their lungs are immature and do not have enough surfactant to keep the lungs open. It is seen almost immediately after birth or in the few hours following birth. Cause This decrease in surfactant causes the infant work harder to draw air into the lungs, which leads to low oxygenation to the rest of the body s organs. The more premature the infant, the greater the chance of developing RDS; other factors include previous baby s with RDS, a mother with diabetes, C section or early delivery, a fast labor, a multiple fetus pregnancy and/or any problems that would reduce or disrupt blood flow to the infant through the placenta. Signs and Symptoms Symptoms can be seen ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They are also given supplemental warm, humidified oxygen but must be closely watched to avoid toxicity. The doctor may also chose to use a CPAP machine to force air into the baby s nose, or a mechanical ventilator if the infant is unable to breathe on its own. Nursing Intervention 1. Monitor infant VS, note respiration rate, depth, lung sounds. 2. Administer supplemental oxygen as ordered. 3. Keep infant warm because premature infants are unable to regulate body temp 4. Administer IV fluids 5. Assess need for suction to clear mouth, nose, throat of mucus. 6. Monitor arterial blood gas Nursing Diagnosis 1. Impaired gas exchange related to immature lungs 2. Ineffective breathing pattern 3. Impaired spontaneous ventilation 4. Risk for unstable blood glucose Long Term RDS worsens from days 2 7 (Neonatal) and if an infant dies from the complication it is usually during this time period. Other long term problems include bleeding into the lungs or brain, issues with the development of the lungs, blood clots, mental disability due to lack of oxygen, and possible blindness or eye ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Emirates Critical Success Factors The idea of Critical success factors (CFS) was first presented by D.Ronald Daniel in 1960. The definition of (CFS) is the essential areas of activity that should be performed in professional way to meet the objectives and the certain aims on which the business based on to create success. According to mind tools (2014) According to our case study (Emirates Group) there is four main (CFS) as shown below: 1 Extending their brand reach they continued to invest strategically through 2013 2014 to make towards their goal to become global life style brand. 2 Focus on result and long terms goals is guiding principles for emirates to meet there growth targets . 3 Taking their people (employee) further by keeping the dynamic staffing need across the company remained significant task for their human resource team. 4 Taking the emirates experience further by work hard to continually raise the bar across their business. Then this some information s (key indicators) guide us to monitor if emirates being good by reference to the critical success factors: 1 This year Emirates group expanded their brand reach by signing as official partner of the Roland garros tennis tournament in Paris at 5 years . 2 Emirates group despite launching ten new passengers routes to increase their seat capacity. 3 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the motivation it can motivate managers to better performance not only that but also provide a basis for a system of control. According to. McLane and Atrill(2012) for example in emirates group yearly they The company allocates a certain amount of budget for managers and employees to help them develop their abilities and give them the necessary training courses, but the time and the amount specified in the budget and cannot increase the amount allocated for this purpose, under any ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...