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Science and Investigatory Project
INVESTIGATORY PROJECT
1. Get an idea. All of the following steps will base on your idea. Make sure it doesn t break any rule or
else you might get disqualified. You can search for it if you don t have any idea. 2. Form a title.
Usually titles are in a form of a question. This are examples. The question can start in how, does and
many other. Does temperature affect the growth of molds?
Does salt affect the density of water?
3. Research your idea. You have to know your idea more. You can do this by reading, surfing the
Internet or discussing it. Knowing your idea more will help you construct your work. 4. Form a
hypothesis. Hypothesis will be your prediction in the idea that you choose. You don t need to research
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It has an objective or purpose. It should not be written too long or too short. By just reading the title,
you can determine what the investigative study is all about.
Abstract
The Abstract should be one or two paragraphs only. It includes your research problems, the method or
procedure that you used and the findings or conclusion of the study.
Chapter I
1. Introduction and Its Background
The Introduction is about one page only wherein it includes the background of the study and its
rationale. It usually leads into the research problem.
2. Statement of the Problem
The Statement of the Problem has two categories namely: the general problem and specific problems.
Usually, one general problem and three specific problems which derived from the general problem.
The research problems should be specific, reliable,valid, measurable, objectively stated. It can be a
question form or in a declarative statement.
3. Formulation of the Hypothesis
The Formulation of the Hypothesis has two types namely: the null hypothesis and affirmative
hypothesis. Hypotheses is a scientific guess which intends subject for thorough investigation. It is
recommended to use null hypothesis in your research project.
4. Significant of the Study
The Significant of the Study indicates how important is your investigatory project for the people,
environment and community as a whole. It is really relevant in the changing world or global impact
into the field
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The Life and Work of David Sedaris
David Sedaris has been compared to some of the greatest names in American Literature, including
Mark Twain, Dorothy Parker and James Thurber (Moredock). Not surprisingly, all of the
aforementioned authors captivated audiences with their sarcasm, wit, and humor three characteristics
that are indicative of Sedaris s writing in general. Sedaris has made a career as an author and recording
artist (having broadcast and recorded his works of literature numerous times) who finds insight and
points of laughter in the ordinary nuances of life. Most of his articles are autobiographical in nature, or
at least involve him as one of the principle characters in them. His 2004 book, Dress Your Family in
Corduroy and Denim, is quite typical in this respect. An analysis of a pair of articles in this
manuscript, Us and Them and The Girl Next Door , illustrates the author s propensity for detailing
some of the more humorous aspects of non traditional American families.
Sedaris was born in 1956, and spent part of his formative years living in upstate New York. His family
would soon move down south to North Carolina in the early 1960 s, exposing the fledgling author to
some semblance of city life. By his own accounts, his tenure in New York was spent in an exceedingly
rural location, which contrasted sharply with his surroundings in North Carolina. The unconventional
wit and humor (Burroughs) that the author displays in his writings more than likely descended, in part,
from his unusual
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Migration Interview Essay
On April 15th, 2017 I interviewed a member of the Tongva tribe, which present day Long Beach now
inhabits. The tribal member, who asked to not be named, told me all about Long Beach s long history
as it was once a tribe and religious center and of CSU Long Beach s history as an ancient burial site
named Puvunga. The interview changed my understanding of my college campus and the city that I
now live in. It has made me more sensitive to the struggles that Native Americans faced and still
continue to face. The history of migration to California had great effect on the Puvunga village and
Tongva Tribe. The migration west in the 19th century forced Native Americans out of their sacred
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The campus uprooted the burial sites and tried to keep them in their archaeology department, but with
the fight of my interviewee and many of his fellow tribal members, they were able to have the bodies
reburied in their original burial sites. It took a long and hard few years for the Tongva tribe to get
justice, as they had to be interrogated by many attorneys and prove their history in the Long Beach
area through multiple documents to prove their genealogy to the buried people. I also learned that
Puvunga is not only a burial site, but a place for ceremony and prayer. It is one of the largest religious
site for Native Americans in the entire country, however most people do not recognize it as such an
important landmark. This interview changed my understanding of the Long Beach area and my
campus. I realized that this community dates way further back than the westward expansion of the
United States and people should educate themselves on the rich history of Long Beach. I learned how
awful the United States people and government have treated Native Americans and how their needs to
be more justice for the people who were here long before we were. In conclusion, interviewing a tribal
member of the Tongva tribe helped me to understand Long Beach s diverse history more and to begin
to understand the great struggles
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Theme Of Motivation In Ayn Rand s Anthem
Jim Rohn, a motivationist once claimed If someone is going down the wrong road, he doesn t need
motivation to speed him up. What he needs is education to turn him around. Ayn Rand s protagonist in
Anthem, Equality 7 2521, lives in a society where almost everyone is going down the wrong road. A
society where it is a forbidden to own one s opinion, occupation or freedom. Although this might seem
like a black hole that one cannot get out of, Equality climbs out using knowledge resulting from his
motivation. Throughout Ayn Rand s Anthem, Equality s primary motivation of curiosity is morally
correct, however, when examining the real world when everyone strives from the same motivation,
there is a lack of justice.
Throughout his life, Equality s primary motivation had constantly been curiosity. During Equality s
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Equality s society is unjust because everyone strives for the same moral idea of equality. In the real
world, there is absolutely no such thing as absolute equality, therefore when a slight difference occurs,
there will be unjust. Equality stated, This is a great sin, to be born with a head which is too quick. It is
not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them. The Teachers told us
so, and they frowned when they looked upon us. (21) Even a small difference such as intelligence still
made Equality suffer. Motivation can also change one s morality. The society s morality changed
when all everyone push for is equality. Equality s journal claimed, What is not thought by all men
cannot be true, said Collective 0 0009. You have worked on this alone? asked International 1 5537.
Yes, we answered. What is not done collectively cannot be good, said International 1 5537. (69) In this
society, no matter how beneficial to mankind the aftermath could be, if it s not achieving equality then
is automatically morally
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Captain Jack Sparrow Short Story
Many years after Captain Jack Sparrow retired from his years of pillaging villages and ruling the sea,
he settled down into an office selling compasses. One day, Captain Jack was moving a barrel of rum,
twisted his back in a strange way, and has been hurting for the past 5 weeks. He decided to visit his
old friend Tia Dalma. Well, well if it isn t Jack Sparrow. What brings you back to me? says Tia. Jack
explains to Tia how he has been experiencing pain in his lower back after the 2 surgeries he recently
had. They called the first surgery a laminectomy and the second a partial discectomy. I don t know
what they did to me but the pain has not gone away grimaces Jack. Tia smiles, Jack, your first surgery
was done to remove a part of the bone in your lower back, and then another surgery was performed to
remove a part the cushion between my bones . She proceeds, you herniated a disc which put pressure
against a nerve and... . Jack interrupts, I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about . Tia nods,
think of a cream filled pastry. When you squeeze it too hard, all the cream in the inside comes out. The
insides of that cushion, or disc, between your back bone is touching a nerve. Jack goes to speak but
Tia interrupts, nerves are found everywhere in the body and help us sense things and perform
movements . Jack smiles half heartedly. When a nerve has any pressure on it, it can cause pain in the
body. Those surgeries relieved that pressure, freeing up
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Symptoms And Treatment Of Insomnia
It is estimated that approximately 30% of adults report having difficulty with perceived quality of
sleep or quantity of sleeping hours (Edmunds Mayhew, 2014). To define insomnia, the patient takes
longer than 30 minutes to fall asleep and has less than 6 ½ hours of total sleep (Edmunds Mayhew,
2014). Insomnia is seen more commonly seen in women compared to men (McCance Huether, 2014).
Sleep disorders are a symptom usually of another problem; thus a comprehensive review of the patient
s history and a thorough physical examination is required to rule out all possible causes of the sleep
disturbance (Edmunds Mayhew, 2014, p. 541). Insomnia can be associated with many other diseases
and unhealthy habits, so weeding through the patient s history is very important.
Appropriate treatment of insomnia is under debate within the medical community. Current data
suggest sedative hypnotics do not offer effect relief from insomnia as thought (Edmunds Mayhew,
2014). They work by increasing the activity of gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), a neurotransmitter
in the brain. When GABA increases in the brain, drowsiness occurs which can facilitate or maintain
sleep. Benzodiazepines and non benzodiazepines fall under this group. An example of these drugs
would be Restoril or Ambien (Condo, 2011). Sedative hypnotics are intended for short term use only,
although patients have been known to use them for several years. These medications also produce
unfavorable side effects
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Lesson 8
Lesson 8 Mind Over Matter
If Rappaccini s garden can be seen as the Garden of Eden, in what role does that place Rappaccini?
This brilliant scientist biologically succeeded in creating a beautiful and virtuous daughter, and he
succeeded through his experiments in making her deadly to get close to. If one views Rappaccini as a
God, creating his own Eden with his own impure purposes, what does this mean? It is clear that
Rappaccini is the least innocent of all of the characters in this short story. Was he trying to destroy
social and scientific convention, or was he merely trying to see how far he could push himself and the
envelope of acceptable scientific practice?
Rappaccini s Daughter is a great story that shows many great uses ... Show more content on
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The uses colorful descriptions are also to describe Beatrice, drawing a parallel between her and the
garden. A marble fountain is located in the garden, and given its description, the fountain is a symbol
of physical corruption and purity of the soul, very much like Beatrice. The constant mention of Dante
at the beginning, the viewpoint of Giovanni from his balcony looking down as into a pit, the
poisonous vapors presumably rising from all of it, all suggests the ledge overlooking the deepest Hell
where Dante and Vergil discussed the different degrees of sin, beginning with lust and ending with
malice and betrayal. At the bottom of this pit, at its center, is not Lucifer, or even Rappaccini, but a
fountain. There is no indication that the water flowing from the fountain is polluted. Beatrice s
innocent spirit is very similar to the fountain: many passionate and holy things gush out of her heart,
when the pure fountain has been opened from its depths and made seen in its transparency to the
mental eye; remembrance that, had Giovanni known how to estimate them, it would have assured that
all of the ugly mystery was only an earthly allusion. In Roman mythology, the god of seasons and of
ripening plants and fruits wooed and won Pomona, a nymph. Before meeting Vertumnus, she had
confined herself to her garden to tend the plants and fruits. The statue of Vertumnus can be perceived
as a symbol of
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Spinach Speech
spinach weight loss comes in for a nine varieties civil and truly crinkled leagues cities avoid less
crinkled and smoothly flat on record leaves speeches are leafy green vegetable would harm nutritional
value can hotpot content it also contains good amounts of zinc potassium phosphorus manganese
magnesium on folic acid kaka and calcium it s reaching bottom lines hai c k niacin diamond and
brought the funding how speech helps with weblogs the phone and riboflavin contained in speech
house was speaking out there right at the party s metabolism as a result boosts factoring in the body
basically they hope to indexes stored fat in the body into energy monsoonal thirty three
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Advantages Of Wakalah
Apart from General takaful, wakalah model was applied in takaful family. In this model, the
contribution of revenue from the contributions and contributions are divided into investment accounts
(PIF), the risk of Accounts (PRF) and also wakalah fees. The division between the PIF, PRF and
wakalah fees are based on the value or rate agreed in the contract. Fee income for the operator
wakalah is based on the concept of al Wakala bi al Ajr and budget management. PIF and surplus funds
in the PRF will be invested in instruments of government of Islam, Islamic private debt securities and
equity, fixed assets, cash accounts and investment accounts.
Investment gains will be distributed among the takaful operator and accounts participants (PIF and
PRF) in the form of a performance fee based on an agreed ratio. In PIF funds collected and paid
together with the benefits to participants upon death, surrender or maturity. PRF funds used for
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Although Takaful operators act as a trustee and manager of funds and get their share of profit the form
of Mudharabah or Wakalah fee, yet they have been criticized for maximizing the shareholders profits
while ignoring the rights of participants that are major stakeholders of the company. In the absence of
proper corporate governance practices, company and its board of directors are not held accountable for
their decisions that are not favourable to participants or community at large. Moreover, participants
are not given positions in the board of directors so they have no right to questioning decision of the
board and feel themselves insecure (Abdel Karim Archer, 2002; p.72). Strengthening the regulatory
framework is essential to regulate the activities of Takaful operators and to protect the rights of
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The Child Called It By Dave Pelzer
The child called it by Dave Pelzer. The time and place the book took place was March 5, 1973, in
Daly City, California. Dave Pelzer was a boy who was abused by his own mother. He was the boy
who was called It in his family house. His Mother would make him eat and drink things that you
couldn t even imagine a mother would do. She treated her son as her slave. David wasn t allowed to
shower or even wear clean clothes. His mother wouldn t feed him until the third day. David would
always go to school with bruises and scratches. His father, on the other hand, would try to do
something but he failed each time he tries to convince David s mother to change her mind.
In the story, The Child Called It has many themes but the theme that stood throughout the story was;
no matter how bad things get and no matter how bad you just what it to stop. Always push yourself
and never let the person that hurt you bring you down. For example, in the story, david said, that he
pushed himself because he couldn t let his mother win even though he wanted to just die someday
because of all the torture and hell his mother put him through. He didn t let that stop from keep going
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Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a blurry object fly from her hand. A sharp pain erupted from just
above my stomach. I felt a warm sensation flowing from my chest. It took me a few seconds to realize
where I was. I turned towards Russell who began chanting, David s going to die. The boy s going to
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Hells Influence In Dante s Inferno
Hell s Influence
(An analysis of whether or not hell is a legitimate propaedeutic for moral behavior through the study
of Dante s Inferno)
Go to Hell... a phrase we hear often. From the time we are young, the pastors and preachers of the
various churches we attend dictate our behavior by threatening us. They tell us continually that if we
don t follow the commandments of God at all times and in all places, we are going to go to Hell. The
only way to avoid it is to repent of all of our sins and never repeat those sins again. Dante Alighieri
was one of the first people to explore the punishments that are given in Hell. After he was exiled from
Florence, Dante used the time to write his Divine Comedy. This poem is separated into three different
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In the second circle the lustful are punished by losing control as they are swept into an intense wind.
The fifth circle punished the wrathful as the attack and eat each other. Both of these punishments are
terrifying and a legitimate propaedeutic for moral behavior because they are both sins that seem
insignificant, but still have horrible and aggressive punishments. The sixth circle holds the heretics
entombed in fire, also a legitimate propaedeutic for moral behavior because it makes every request
and statement against God seem much more extreme as it could land them in this terrible circle of
Hell. Dante s ideas were accepted and even revered by the rest of the world when they realized just
how legitimate of a propaedeutic Inferno was for good moral behavior. As Susan Blow explains in her
analysis of Dante s Inferno, His poem is not individual but universal; he utters not his own thought,
but the unformulated creed of Christendom. (Blow) Christians obviously loved Dante s story and even
began using it and the ideas shown in it to terrify all the people in the
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The Beach Crim Research Paper
The Beach Crim
There was a cool breeze coming from the Lake, the waves were rolling into shore and nothing else but
the midnight silence, also the two bangs that brighten the whole beach. There was a car parked on the
right side of the tower house at the very edge of the beach, where the parking lot started. There was a
Tower house keeper who said he was suspicious of gunshots he had heard and he called 911, like
someone would do if they heard a gunshot at this time of night. There was also another witness at the
scene a homeless man who used a payphone to call in the gunshots he had heard. The pay phone was
at the far side of the beach about 100 yards from the Tower House.
When the Ambulance and the Policies officers arrived it was a very dark and cold night. Everybody
was so surprised that this happened on valentine s day most people was celebrating with their love
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It had to show some clue on the scene, before he could do any more questioning they were on there
way to the scene. James and Eric was now at the scene to get the footage they need. When they got to
the Tower House it was 3:00 the car was gone and the heart and foot prints was gone by the wind
rearranging the sand. They knocked on the door and Chris Marks let them in to look over the camera.
He let them into the footage room and walked out back into the main room of the Tower House. They
took about 3 hours going over the camera but they never seen anybody go in or out the door to the
Tower House about the time he told them he did. You could tell the look they gave to each other they
expected someone was lying. About at 12:15 pm they seen another clue, a man was crossing over to
the right side of the tower house. He went up to the payment and headed towards the payphone. A
male about 6 2, with boots and had on all black like a thief in the
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Is The Contemporary Crisis Participation For Traditional...
A crisis in participation can be defined as a serious situation in which there has been a drop in, or lack
of citizens engaging in political activities designed to influence government decision making. In this
essay, I will demonstrate how there is a contemporary crisis in participation in traditional forms of
political participation. This is however more significant amongst young and unskilled groups. I will
show how there is an increase in participation in more informal methods of participation as social
norms evolve, and how this reduces the extent to which there is a crisis.
There is a trend of falling electoral turnout in a variety of established democracies. The percentage
turnout at UK General Elections as a proportion of the electorate has declined from 72.8% in 1945 to
66.1% in 2015. (UK Political Info) In April 2011, parliamentary registers were 82.3% complete,
compared to 1950s and 60s registers which were found to be 96% complete. (Electoral Commission,
2011) This highlights an even more significant crisis in participation as the register is shrinking along
with the percentage of the register which is voting. The decline in EU average turnout in European
Parliamentary elections from 61.99% in 1979 to 42.61% in 2014 (UK Political Info) shows how there
is a serious crisis in participation as this is at such a low level, the European Parliament cannot be
sufficiently held to account. This also emphasises the widespread nature of the crisis across many
European
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Daniel Rooke s Life And Accomplishments
Daniel Rooke 1762, Portsmouth, UK 1836, Antigua, Antigua and Barbados Daniel Rooke passed
away peacefully in his home in Antigua yesterday, at the age of 74. As a child, Daniel Rooke was
rather quiet and shy. By birth, he was of no significant importance, though his father worked at the
................ But shortly after he began his school education, he was discovered to be a gifted child. For
someone of his age, he was astoundingly adept in mathematics. Because of this, he was discovered by
one Dr Adair and offered a place in the Portsmouth Naval Academy. As he grew, Daniel Rooke
developed an interested in the field of Astronomy and learned the languages of Greek, French and
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But for Daniel Rooke, this was possibly the beginning of the most meaningful stage of his life. Upon
his return to Britain, changed by his experiences of the treatment towards those of different ethnicities
he had witnessed though his career in the Royal Marines, Daniel Rooke became an abolitionist against
slavery. Having visited Antigua during his time in the Royal Navy, Rooke moved to the island late in
his career against slavery. There he continued to fight for the rights of slaves, also meeting the woman
of whom he would later marry and bear him two children: a daughter and son, the latter of whom died
shortly after birth. Toward his later life, Daniel Rooke became well known for his disposition toward
slavery, buying and freeing slaves at auction. This infamy goaded the wealthy supporters of slavery in
Antigua to drive Rooke to an state eventual state or near bankruptcy at auction. Eventually, his wife
passed and his daughter married, leaving Rooke with only a single remaining companion: his servant
woman Henrietta, a freed slave of whom owed the man her life, and so volunteered her services and
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The Presentation of Isolation in Jane Eyre and the Wide...
Isolation in Jane Eyre and the Wide Sargasso Sea. The theme of isolation is explored in Bronte s
novel; Jane Eyre. This theme is also developed in The Wide Sargasso Sea, by Jean Rhys. Both pieces
present different types of isolation, such as isolation due to location and the isolation of a character
due to their social status, such as Jane s status as a governess. The various ways in which isolation is
present in each of the texts show how inescapable and unavoidable isolation is for the characters in
both Jane Eyre and The Wide Sargasso, with it being present in such a large way in their lives.
Physical isolation is present in both texts, with Jane in Jane Eyre and Antoinette in the Wide Sargasso
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It also presents the idea that the separation her family experiences is potentially dangerous.
Evidence of isolation due to a characters place, or position, in society can be found in both novels.
Bronte demonstrates the isolation Jane inflicts upon herself, coming as a result of her awareness of her
place in society, in the Chapter 17 of Jane Eyre, which tells of Mr Rochester s return from his
unexpected departure to Gateshead hall, accompanied by numerous guests enjoying a social stay,
comprising mainly of games and dinners. Jane intentionally separates herself from Mr Rochester s
prestigious guests as they gather in the study after dinner. After firstly declining her master s request
for her company, anticipating the isolation she will face, stemming from her inferiority in her class,
she then goes on to separate herself. Bronte uses the first person narrative to reveal Jane s feelings,
such as in the narrative I sit in the shade if any shade there be in this brilliantly lit apartments; the
window curtain half hides me . This demonstrates Jane s need to physically isolate herself from the
party, attempting to not only isolate herself from their conversation with a book, but furthermore their
presence, trying to hide. This also indicates her vulnerability, which contrasting with the confidence of
the other women. This isolates her further. By saying half hides me her reservations are highlighted,
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Pleas of a Desperate Queen
The Ancient Egyptians were a civilization of great creativity and expression, but also a civilization
with a very strict position on tradition, and I found them absolutely fascinating. When learning about
King Tutankhamen s mysterious legacy, I was very intrigued by the pleas that Tutankhamen s wife
Ankhesenamun wrote to the king of the Hittites after her husband s premature death. Her letters were
desperate and emotional and very powerful to read and definitely gives its readers, whether they re
students or historians, a real sense of mystery and that the queen knew more than what she was willing
to say. Egypt was known for its long line of powerful kings, each wanting to prove themselves more
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Undoubtedly, I can very much sympathize with the queen and her feelings at the time she wrote her
letters to the king. She lost her husband and essentially stable control of her empire in a very short
amount of time. She had no biological heir and in any situation, is going to be forced to marry
someone who not of Egyptian royal blood, which to her I m sure was a painful thing to have to think
of. But through these letters I sense more panic than grief. I sense a kind of fear and frantic undertone
to the messages. I cannot imagine the sudden and unexpected death of her husband left her without
questions, there is probably many more dark details related to King Tutankhamen s death that she
knew that the people of our day will never know. I believe that her pleas to the Hittite king were
genuine and true, and that she d rather marry royalty from another country than be forced to marry
someone socially beneath her just to have a new man assuming the throne. Through reading this
document and learning about the traditions and concepts of Egyptian culture, I honestly have a better
understanding of the formations of strict monarchies over history and the way that the Egyptian
monarchy worked and how important tradition and cultural values were to their intensely strong
society. I got a fee l for the strengths and personality that Queen Ankhesenamun had and that she was
deeply
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Medical Data And Electronic Medical Records
The Clinical Laboratory in the Inpatient setting has evolved over the years. Electronic data and
electronic medical records demand require medical documentation to be processed fast and accurate
daily. I selected the Clinical Laboratory Department because the amount of data that is processed in
these departments is impressive. I covered three main points in my report: (i) an overview of the
department, (ii) the role of Health Informatics in the Clinical Laboratory, and (iii) the impact of the
advances in Health Informatics in the Clinical Laboratory Department.
Department Overview: Clinical Laboratory
The goals of the clinical laboratory department are: (i) conduct diagnostic tests ordered by physicians
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Laboratory IT systems are still growing and developing. Health information protection,
communications lab to lab, and electronic patient access are some of the factors that have to be taken
into consideration in the development of new laboratory s transmission programs and hospital
automatization.
Clinical Laboratory department automatization affects the hospital and inpatient care delivery.
Advanced programs and efficient automatic transmissions will ensure precise patient care and positive
health outcomes.
The Role of Health Informatics in the Clinical Laboratory Department
Health informatics plays a crucial role in the clinical laboratory department. Automatization has been
implemented in most of the departments in the healthcare industry. This information is shared by the
multiple departments, and it s available to the health providers involved in patient care.
Clinical laboratory has been positively affected by automatization. The automatization is delivered by
a variety software programs. Each organization will implement the program that suits their demands
and necessities. The program must have the
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Benefits Of A Tariff On Goods And Services That Are Imported
A Tariff in general is a comprehensive tax on goods and services that are imported. The main aim of a
tariff is to create security to the domestic product of a nation from the imported goods which are
cheaper and have a huge production capacity. Furthermore tariffs also aid in balancing the prices in a
country. This paper describes the roles tariffs play in a country and also pros and cons of tariffs.
There exist many different forms tariffs in which each is has its own specific operation. Some of the
most notable tariffs include the revenue tariff, prohibitive tariff and protective tariff.
The Revenue Tariff
This tariff is meant to create and accumulate huge amount of government finances. For example a
country that has little product. For it to keep the domestic income strong the government has to install
tariff on the goods which have been imported hence levying the prices. The government thus creates a
security cover for the product of certain import goods that are limited.
Prohibitive tariff
This tariff is normally used to diminish competition between the foreign and domestic producers.
Furthermore it is used to cease foreign imports present in its track. It works in a way similar to an
embargo placed on a specific given country.
Protective tariff
This type of tariff tends to inflate the prices that imported products have set thus creating a positive
price vacuum for locally based industries. Protective tariff highly taxes foreign imports hence forcing
a specific
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The Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Laws
Abstract Ben Whishaw once said, The criminal justice system, like any system designed by human
beings, clearly has its flaws. For many years, the criminal justice system has been criticized for its
many problems and errors; one in particular that caught my attention was the mandatory minimum
sentencing laws. These laws basically set minimum sentences for certain crimes that judges cannot
lower, even for extenuating circumstances. The most common of these laws deal with drug offenses
and set mandatory minimum sentences for possession of a drug over a certain amount. Sentencing
procedures can vary from jurisdiction to Jurisdiction. Most of these laws are ineffective and causes
unnecessary jail overcrowding. Over the years ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For example, there was a case back in 2013 in Alabama where a 76 year old man, Lee Carroll
Brooker, was convicted of drug trafficking last year, and a judge sentenced him to life without parole
because of past robbery convictions in Florida. His son was also convicted. ( Roy Moore: Life
Sentence for Drug Violation Shows grave Flaw in Sentencing. AL.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2015.)
Brooker lived with his son in Houston County, and court documents show police found a marijuana
growing operation there during a search in 2013. Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore released a
statement on this case as the Supreme Court refused to overturn the case. I mean really, this is just
crazy how a petty drug offense can get a man life in prison and some other fool is let off easy, after
committing an armed robbery. The problem with LSD specifically is that it comes in many forms. For
instance, if a person is holding 1 hit of liquid LSD that is placed on a strawberry can get up to 10 years
in jail whereas another person with 100 hits of acid in paper form may not even get a mandatory
sentence if it weighs under a gram. The whole point behind the legislation comes in response to the
American public s desire to crack down on those who sell drugs. According to The USCC (U.S.
Sentencing Commission), fifty five percent of all federal drug defendants are low level offenders, such
as mules or street dealers.
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Outline and Evaluate One or More Explanations of Why...
Outline and Evaluate one or more explanations of why people obey It has been found by Milgram that
people obey for four main reasons these are; legitimate authority, the momentum of compliance, the
agentic shift and passivity. The first reason that Milgram found that people obey is because people feel
like they have to obey someone if they have a high social status or a highly respected job, this is called
legitimate authority. Bickman (1974) supported this theory by doing an experiment on the streets of
New York. Bickman had three men dress up as a policeman, a guard and a regular passerby in a shirt
and tie, he then had the three men ask other passerby s to either pay a parking fine or pick something
of the floor, it was found that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The second reason people obey is called the momentum of compliance. Otherwise known as the foot
in the door technique, it is usually used by salesmen as they are trying to sell items, they start up with
the smaller items and work their way up to the bigger, more costly items. Smith and Mackie (2003)
found that similar processes take part in real life crimes where criminals usually work their way up
from smaller crimes to bigger, life threatening crimes. Milgram found that the momentum of
compliance was found in his experiment, as the switches were going up in only 15v each time the
participant started small and worked their way up to the bigger shocks and then without it actually
hitting home, they ve actually killed someone but they weren t able to stop. Like the well known
Pringles saying once you pop you can t stop . The third reason for why people obey is when a person
shifts from the autonomous state to the agentic state; this is called the agentic shift. Milgrams
participants believed they were just following orders and did not consider themselves responsible; his
participants even sighed with relief when the experimenter said I am responsible for what happens
here. Evidence from war criminals, has shown that Eichmann, who was trialled and found guilty for
the Nazi war killings as he was the man who organized which camps the Jewish people would end up
at, said it wasn t my
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Skim Research Papers
Skim boarding has been around for a long time dating back to the year 1920s mainly in Laguna Beach
CA. People began getting more and more interested in this sport and started making skim boards from
plywood and used these boards when they went to the beach to enjoy themselves. Furthermore the
whole world developed interest in this sport and not only a particular section of people. Also the
boards that people manufactured themselves were not in good shape and size, this lead to people not
being able to control their board. But in the 1970s a man named Tex Haines started making skim
boards and adopted this idea into a business venture. He started the business in Laguna. The change
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Many skimboarders damage their body which includes broken bones and wounds on their skin and
others fall on something hard while running to catch a wave. Furthermore skimboarding continuously
and regularly for long hours can affect ones bones and health. The best way to escape this problem is
to routinely warm up or stretch before doing skimboarding.
People all over the world in Asia, America, Europe and many more practice skimboarding.
Furthermore people also do inland skimboarding on peculiar and interesting places such as wet grass!
Furthermore skimboarding companies such as Zap, Victoria, Exile and Slotstik sponsor their own
company skimboarders to participate in different events to promote their own company and brands.
Skimboading is turning into a lucrative and expensive business. As time is passing Skimboardings
popularity is also increasing day by day. In the end skimboarding is turning out as the next generation
in watersports and is a very enjoyable and pleasing past time if one follows all the basic rules and
guidelines related to the
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The Addiction Of Cell Phones Essay
The Addiction of Cell Phones A bus driver, who was responsible for transportation of children from
school to home, pulled out his phone and began texting. Soon after, the driver swerved the school bus
and entered into another lane crashing into another bus and toppled over, killing two children and one
adult (Murdock). Phone addiction is a new addiction associated with the use of cell phones and using
it for many hours. In recent times, the falling prices of mobile phones have led to the affordability of
the devices with more people owning a mobile phone, especially smartphones. Studies continue to
establish whether phone addiction affects people, how it affects them and the different ways it affects
different genders and ages. An international poll of 5,000 Britons, Americans, Chinese, South
Koreans, South Africans, Indians, Brazilians, and Indonesians found that most people spent hours on
their smartphones (Gilbert). 84% respondents revealed that it is impossible for them to spend a day
without their smartphones, with 50% sleeping with their phones next to them like a teddy bear
(Gilbert). Over 20% check their smart phones every ten minutes, with 24% using it to set up
rendezvous meetings with those they were having affairs with (Gilbert). From these statistics, it is
becoming apparent that increase in reliance of cell phones is rising signaling the evolution of usage of
phones from a habit to that of addiction. It is important to examine the addiction that is sweeping
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Changes In The Hellenistic Period
As a result of the Greeks spreading throughout many regions following Alexander the Great s
conquests, the Hellenistic period saw old ways of thinking replaced with new ideas that reflected
changes in society and the blending of diverse cultures that had now been exposed to one another. As
Greek language and lifestyle swept through Egypt and West Asia, and major cultural hubs like
Alexandria came to prominence, the Greek way of life had a profound effect on these distant lands,
just as their own exotic customs and histories similarly affected Greek thought and culture. This, along
with the changing political climate in these regions, led to a period of immense advancement in
philosophical and religious discourse that would forever change the course of history and pave the
way for the birth of Christianity. The three most significant catalysts for change in Hellenistic religion
were the exposure of diverse cultures to one another, the vast changes in political and societal life
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In the Hellenistic period, philosophy became very popular and was often treated as a religion (Noble
104). By replacing a lot of mythological ideas with philosophical ones, people could become more
focused on their own pursuits of happiness and self fulfillment and less concerned with the ideologies
of the gods. It makes sense that philosophies would become more individualistic at this time, since the
societies had dropped the concepts of democracy and the collective whole. Those who still believed in
gods often chose gods who were relevant to the contemporary issues of the time. Classical Athenian
religion upheld the standards of the democratic society but the religions in the Hellenistic period
addressed the new spiritual concerns that resulted from all of the rapid changes to society (Noble
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Exploring the Leadership Style of Ursula Burns Ceo of...
Exploring The Leadership Style of Ursula Burns CEO of Xerox Corporation
Myra A. Duke
Dr. Eddie Montgomery
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
June 9, 2013
It is rare nowadays for a person to become the top ranking executive at the same company they intern
with. Ursula Burns did just that by doing a summer internship with Xerox Corporation, and going on
to become the CEO twenty nine years later. Ursula Burns was the first African American women to be
name CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and first woman to succeed another woman as the leader of a
Fortune 500 company. Ms. Burns had very meager beginnings, she was raised by a single mother in a
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She beliefs in the core values of Xerox, and supports the practice and enforcement of these values.
When asked what happens to employees that violate the company s values, Ursula quickly and frankly
says these employees are fired even if they are high performing associates. There is little difference
between the person Ursula Burns is and how she runs Xerox. The Core Values of Xerox are stated as:
Succeed through satisfied customers; Aspire to deliver quality and excellence in everything they do;
Require a premium on assets; Use technology to develop market leadership; Value the employees; and
behave responsibly as a corporate citizen. These values are said to be the moral compass by which the
company does business with honesty and integrity. Ursula is direct and outspoken in her expectations
of the employees of Xerox, her values and ethical beliefs surely resonate with company. Ms. Burns
beliefs there are certain standards that have to be met to ensure high performance and integrity.
Clearly communicating the possibilities, setting the agenda and the tone of organization all contribute
to the employees holding the values of the company close to heart, and remembering to be ethical in
all their behaviors.
As the CEO of Xerox Ursula Burns demonstrates many strengths and weakness, some of which stand
out more than others. Ms. Burns is very innovative not only in her leadership style, but also in the
products and services the company now offers. Last year in 2012,
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Digital Art Essay
Digital art is a general term for a range of works by the artists who use digital technologies as a major
part of the processes of creation and representation (Paul, 2006). Specifically, digital technology refers
to the application of computers as media and partners for the artists in creating art works. However,
digital industry is often a vague term and does not clearly define the final form of the art work. In his
book called Art of The Digital Age, Wands (2006) has classified digital art works based on their final
tool to digital prints, sculpture, installations and virtual reality, performance, music and art of sounds,
video and animation, software, databank, and the art of gaming. He says although many digital arts
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Digital technology, from computers to smart phones, is an inseparable part of this generation s lives.
The internet entered Iran in 1997 and spread very fast until 1999. Smart phones entered Iran s market
in 2009. Therefore, the internet and smart phones kind of shaped the teen years of the generation born
in the 80s and the 90s who are immersed in virtual realities and virtual computer games. This
generation has experienced the world and aesthetics in a virtual
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The Observation of a 5 Year Old Boy Essay
The Observation of a 5 Year Old Boy
Date: 3/19/04
Time observation started: 1:40 pm
Time observation ended: 1:55 pm
Name of child: Daiki
Age of child: 5.6
Setting: The setting took place in a play area/corner in the classroom of the school where Daiki
attends. Daiki is playing with power rangers and there are also other children present, playing in the
same play area.
Observation: Daiki is sitting in a play area with a friend playing with power rangers at a small table.
He is acting out and talking like the power rangers. Daiki is getting up and running, pretending he is
flying. He then sits back down at the table and looks very closely at the power ranger, trying to put his
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For Daiki s age group Berger says, Language allows a person to enter and traverse the zone of
proximal development, because words provide a bridge from the child s current understanding to what
is almost understood (Berger, 253). Daiki is Chinese so maybe the fact that he doesn t speak complete
or full sentences is because his parents possibly do not. This could be one reason, or he could have just
not yet developed this certain skill yet. I noticed that Daiki demonstrated egocentrism, in that he sees
the world in just his own perspective and not any one else s. Daiki showed this when he threw his
power ranger across the room. When he threw the figurine he was just thinking in his point of view.
He knew that he was frustrated and the only way he thought he could get out his frustration was by
throwing the power ranger. He did not think about how it would affect other people. Egocentrism is
very typical for Daiki s age group. Typical five year olds don t realize that people have thoughts and
have points of view of their own, that they themselves can personally affect. Egocentrism is very
important concept from Piaget s pre operational theory. Although this is one aspect of cognitive
development, the theory theory of mind, contradicts Piaget s concepts. The definition of theory of
mind is, an understanding of human mental processes, that is, of one s own and other s emotions,
perceptions,
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How Elasticity Is Important For Economics And It Is A...
Elasticity is one of the most important theories in economics and it is a measure of responsiveness.
There are for the most part two sorts of elasticity, the flexibility of interest which incorporates value
versatility of interest, salary flexibility of interest, and cross versatility of interest and additionally
versatility of supply the extent to which an interest or supply bend responds to an adjustment in cost is
the bend s flexibility. Elasticity changes among items since a few items might be more fundamental to
the purchaser.
Value elasticity assumes a vital part in the lives of customers. The value flexibility of interest is the
affectability of the interest at an item when its cost changes. Bistros like Panera Bread rejects
installments from clients and courteously requested that they rather take what you need, and leave
what s coming to you , bringing about more individuals getting merchandise like sustenance at a
reasonable value that they are willing to pay. Taking into account the salary versatility of interest,
customers can show signs of improvement and more beneficial life as they will purchase things with
better quality as their wage rises. Individuals will go to Italianizes for pizza and not to Pizza Hut as
Italianizes offers a superior, more delicious, more advantageous and more extensive assortment of
decisions, notwithstanding when it is more costly. With cross flexibility of interest, buyers can get the
same quality item at a less expensive cost as
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Kodak vs Fujifilm
George Eastman was one of the first to demonstrate the great convenience of dry plates to wet plates
in 1878, making photography easier for all. Since that time, they have been great innovators in their
section of the world, America. Moreover, a huge American Icon was born. In 1884, the business
changed from a partnership to a company with 14 shareholders, Eastman Dry Plate and Film
Company was formed. In 1885, Eastman American Film opened overseas in London England, and the
start of innovative worldwide company was. After hiring a fulltime chemist, unheard of in those times,
the name Kodak was born and the Kodak camera was introduced into the market. The marketing
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This attention to detail and ability to out pace Kodak technology had endeared Fuji to its professional
market, and serve as a bridge to build credibility on all of Kodak s markets. It had taken its market
share now, and was edging out Kodak on lower price and even lowers profits just to get ahead. Fuji s
most advertised success in Kodak s market happened in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and every
year since. Kodak tried to come back by getting the TV contract, but Fujifilm had surpassed Kodak.
George Fisher Kodak s new CEO, has been successful in attracting new talent who worked in the
technology department, Fuji s strength. He hired Daniel Carp a sales veteran for Kodak who worked
all over the world. Daniel traveled the sales markets and made adjustments to up Kodak s share and
Fisher wanted to tap that information and use it. He was promoted to President and COO and Carp
fully realized that the changing and emerging markets were in taking advantage of that face and his
contacts around the world. To help foster the change, Kodak admitted that they had to set up shop
were the talent was, and to back that up. So they bought a successful software company in Silicon
Valley, and marketing that alliance to the world they were on their way to climbing out of their
complacency.
In their restructuring four Main
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The Elizabeth Poor Law
Elizabeth Poor Laws: Why were they so important in the development of social welfare in North
America?: The Elizabeth Poor Law advocated and placed responsibility of the poor to the churches
and government. If parishes could not meet the responsibilities, counties were required to assume
relief giving functions. The government became the chief enforcer of poor relief. However, the local
parishes fulfilled their welfare responsibilities in several ways. They provided outdoor relief to
persons in the homes; provided indoor relief to person in special institutions that came to be variously
known as almshouse, poorhouses or workhouses; or required person to become indenture servants or
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Like England , North America had to create a social welfare system that would benefit all immigrants
and citizens. North America today has welcomed millions of immigrants from different cultures and
political views. Tylor, said that culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art,
law, morals, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man and woman as a member
of society. Without a social welfare act, it would be impossible to function in a society that embraces
so many cultures with different political and social beliefs. It is unrealistic to believe that North
America is, or was equipped and prepared to provide financial support, employment, health care,
education and other types of support with equal distributions to society as a whole. The Elizabethethan
Poor Laws, puts emphasis on the group of people who cannot protect or provide for themselves. North
America imitates, The Elizabethan Poor Law, as North America had to develop a social welfare
system that would acknowledge that North America, does not have equal distribution of wealth. For
example, North American had to create the TANF program to assist those who are poor and cannot
work, and have no money to take care of their families. Families who receive fund through TANF
program are consider to be very poor families who need cash assistance in order to maintain support
themselves and their families.
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Credit Debit Card And Debit Cards
Before credit and debit cards were developed, merchants would issue a line of credit to customers who
did not have the funds to purchase their items. This credit processed involved using a ledger to record
the amount owed for the items purchased. In today s vastly growing economy, credit and debit card
use plays an ever present role in society. Credit and debit card acceptance enables merchants to sell
goods and services to customers who increasingly choose electronic forms of payment over other
payment types ( Payments 101 , 2010). Everything from purchasing house hold items such as grocery
s and furniture, to minimal tasks such as paying for parking for an hour, credit and debit cards provide
people with more freedom when it comes to having access to funds and making purchases. Along with
the rise of credit and debit cards, in a computerized and technological world where information is
valuable, securing credit card information has its challenges. Validation and encryption are important
practices that ensure the security of debit and credit cards, and they play a key role in providing the
customer with assurance that their funds and bank information is confidential and secure. This paper
will begin by explaining how credit and debit transactions take place and will go into further detail
about the security, validation, and encryption processes that take place throughout the transaction. For
the purpose of this paper the term credit cards will refer to both credit and
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Did Mendel Cheat Essay
Did Mendel Cheat? Research that attempts to explain phenomena in the world requires us to be
critical but fair. In data analysis, it is not enough to only consider the original hypothesis, experimental
procedure(s), the data documented, or the conclusion presented. Data analysis requires us to be more
meticulous. We must consider factors such as preliminary biases as well as if our data fits a model
well. This leads me to discuss a controversial debate: Did Mendel falsify his data? This piece
examines why statisticians believe Mendel s data seems a little iffy. However, I will present
counteracting data on why Mendel s results are not prejudiced towards his hypothesis. R. A. Fisher
claims ...examining ten offspring formed by self fertilization, it is disconcerting to find that the
proportion of plants misclassified by this test is not inappreciable... A deviation as fortunate as Mendel
s is to be expected once in twenty nine trials (Fairbanks 2001). Fisher s claim is that Mendel s
expected and observed ratios are too good and goes on to say that the offspring were biased towards a
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However, as Fairbanks says, from a botanical point of view this accounts for a negligible amount of
bias because the plant traits Mendel chose to observe all show an obvious phenotype in multiple
positions within each plant so that the peas can be classified easily without question. Based on the
article by Fairbanks, Mendel could only have misclassified very few offspring. Fairbanks supports this
by saying that Mendel determined the phenotype and the genotype through self fertilization for some
of the F2 offspring in his monohybrid experiments and for all the offspring in his dihybrid and
trihybrid experiments. Logically, then, this technique would allow Mendel to correct any
misclassifications based on
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What Is The Long Walk Essay
All of the sudden, the Navajos were forced to move off their land without any reason as to why. They
were kicked out of their homes and held captive against their will and either had the choice to move or
die. The Long Walk is about how the U.S. government forced the Navajos to walk from their
homeland to a fort in New Mexico. Many died from the journey to imprisonment. Did the U.S.
government do the right thing to send the Navajos on a 300 mile trek or should the U.S. government
have left the Navajos at their homeland? The topics that will be discussed is what the Long Walk was,
previous conflicts between the U.S. government and the Navajos and what happened after the Navajos
returned to their homeland.
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Some of the people who were involved were U.S.army soldiers, one of whom was Kit Carson. Mainly,
though, they were Navajos: including men, women and children. Many Navajos refused to be
confined upon a reservation by the U.S. government. This journey was lead by Kit Carson and if any
Navajo resisted they would be killed.
Kit Carson was born on December 24, 1809 in Kentucky. He was raised on the Missouri frontier and
had to give up his education to help his mother raise his 10 siblings after his father died in 1818. Even
then he became an experienced trapper and hunter in his twenties, and by the 1850s he was an
American soldier. Kit Carson eventually became an American Indian agent and most of his military
was directed against the Navajo Indians. This is how he became the leader of the Long Walk.
After the Navajos arrived at Fort Sumner for imprisonment there were too many people, nearly double
of the Fort s capacity. There were issues with firewood, water and crops. There was not enough
firewood to supply the warmth needed. The water was bad and made many sick with diseases. The
crops failed and were infested by worms not giving them enough food for everybody to eat. So many
of the Navajos died due the government s lack of
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Jakki J. Mohr, Ph.D.
Regents Professor
Jeff and Martha Hamilton Distinguished Faculty Fellow
February 2011
School of Business Administration
University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243 2920; (406) 243 2086 (fax)
Jakki.Mohr@business.umt.edu
http://www.business.umt.edu/faculty/mohr/
EDUCATION
Ph.D. 1989 University of Wisconsin Madison Marketing (Emphasis in Organizational Sociology)
M.S. 1983 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado Marketing
B.B.A. 1982 Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT
2002 to present Professor of Marketing, University of Montana Missoula
1997 2002 Associate Professor of Marketing University of Montana Missoula
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Jeff and Martha Hamilton Faculty Fellow (2005 2006) A stipend for excellence in teaching, research,
and service given by the University of Montana School of Business Administration.
University of Montana s Distinguished Scholar of the Year Award, April 2004.
Provost s Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, December 5, 2003.
Recipient (2003) of the Louis W. Stern Award, given for the outstanding article published in any AMA
journal in the area of marketing channels and distribution between three and eight calendar years
(1995 2000) after publication (Mohr, Fisher, and Nevin 1996, see list of publications below)
Ron and Judy Paige Faculty Fellow, 2002 2004; 1999 2001. A 2 year stipend for excellence in
teaching, research, and service given by the University of Montana School of Business.
Awarded Best Paper of the Year (2002) by Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing (Mohr and
Sengupta 2002, below).
Awarded
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The Canadian Retail Market Has A Complex And...
The Canadian retail market has a complex and multidimensional history. Retail Nation: Department
Stores and the Making of Modern Canada written by Donica Belisle, explores the journeys of major
Canadian department stores such as Eaton s, Simpson s and HBC between the 1890 s and 1940 s.
Specifically, she analyzes their development, morals and societal views from a feminist and paternalist
perspective. These complex theories are coupled with both examples and clear explanations in order to
gain a deep insight into the history of the Canadian retail market. In addition to a brief overview of the
book, I will discuss the interest level, relevance, structure and potential bias within Belisle s work.
Canada s department stores experienced significant success despite entering the retail market much
after stores in Great Britain, France and the United States. After being established in the 1880 s and 90
s, they experienced rapid growth and eventually surpassed major international stores such as Macys,
Fields and Wanamaker in sales and store size. This national market domination was far more
prominent than anywhere elsewhere in the world (44). Their quick fortune was driven by the
innovative use of catalogues and the opening of numerous branches during their heyday in the early
1900 s. This put primarily Eaton s, but also Simpson s and HBC, in the spotlight as globally
recognized Canadian department stores. These great retail stores had a momentous effect on the
Canadian
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The Giving Tree Shel Silverstein Analysis
The Giving Tree is a poem by Shel Silverstein explaining the relationship between a boy and a tree. As
the boy grew older he found he didn t need the tree as much anymore but he always came back to the
tree when he was in need and the tree never refused him, he just continued to give without question.
This poem helps us realize that you should always be there for someone to rely on, take life easy and
just focus on what you need over what you want. Sometimes in life we re so quick to want to grow up
that we may end up rushing through it and we aren t able to truly treasure the ideal moments that are
worth living for. Life Is too short to skim through and wake up with regrets. Love the people who treat
you right and dismiss those who don t. Believe that everything happens for a reason. If your life
changes, let it be. Life may not be simple, but it is worth it. Don t stress it, take like easy and enjoy the
precious moments in life and adore the genuine people in your life who would give anything to make
you happy even if it means losing themselves in the process. I wish that I could give you something....
but I have nothing left. I am just an old stump. I am sorry.... I don t need very much now, said the boy.
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The tree is an example of authentic friend for she possesses all of those qualities. She is always there
to listen to the boy talk about what he wants and provides him with not only her support but also the
materials he needs to achieve what he desires. No matter how bizarre his requests may be she doesn t
judge him she continues to be there for him and support his wishes. well, an old stump is good for
sitting and resting Come, Boy, sit down. Sit down and rest. And the boy did. And the tree was happy.
Even after the tree was left with nothing but her stump she was still more than happy to provide what
was left of her for the boy to finally
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Example Of Greedy Algorithm
3 Greedy Algorithm
Greedy technique is an algorithm design policy, built on configurations such as different choices,
values to find objective .Greedy algorithms produce good solutions on mathematical problems. The
main aim is to find some configurations that are either maximized or minimized. Greedy Algorithms
provide a solution for optimization problems that has certain sequence of steps, with a set of choices
for each step. Another solution for Greedy algorithm is dynamic programming . It is also used to
determine the best choices. But greedy algorithm always makes the choice that is best at the moment
to provide the optimal solution for the problem. A greedy algorithm for an optimization always
provides the current sub solution. Basically greedy algorithm always gives an optimal solution to the
MST (Minimum Spanning tree)problem. Some Examples that are solved by greedy algorithm are
Dijkstra s shortest path algorithm and Prim/Kruskal s algorithms.
Greedy algorithm technique relies on following elements:
configurations: It consists of different choices, values to apply on data.
objective : some configurations to be either maximized or minimized to get the predefined objective.
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On the other hand it shows that data mining can become both a source of making discrimination and
discovering discrimination items present in the dataset. Discrimination of data is categorized in two
types as direct discrimination and indirect discrimination. Direct discrimination consists of data
mining rules that inherently mention underprivileged groups based on sensitive discriminatory
parameters present in that data set. Indirect discrimination consists of data mining rules that will not
explicitly mentions the discriminatory
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Susane Character Profile
Character Profile: The Tell Tale Heart. One of the most suspense filled short stories by Edgar Allen
Poe, follows the narrator through the days that lead up to his loss in sanity. Now what did this man do
to make him go insane? He committed a crime, to be more specific, murder. For seven long nights he
would stalk up to an old man s bedroom and watch him sleep while shinning a crevice of light on his
vulture eye , an eye that was blue and filmed over. On the eighth night was when the murder was
committed. The old man woke up when he heard a sound in his room. The narrator was caught, but
when he saw the eye he lashed out and crushed him under the bed, dismembered the body, and hid it
under the floor boards.
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The World Theory, And This Term Basically Means
In the textbook, it mentions of a term called Carpentered World Theory and this term basically means
that it is a perception about how individual s at least most American individuals see things that are
shaped in a form of a rectangle unconsciously (Juang Matsumoto, Chapter 5, pg. 122). As for the
lecture notes, it mentions how our culture is used to seeing objects in a rectangle shape (Lecture
notes). Thus is true, we see rectangle shapes all the time while driving from place to place. For
example would be the rectangle shape highway signs that we notice while driving past them. Another
example would be the signs that say do not turn right on red; these signs are in the form of a rectangle.
Lastly, is our cell phones; our modern ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In regards to the Mueller Lyer illusion, the textbook mentions how Rivers stated that most English saw
the two lines more differently than any other cultural groups such as India or New Guinea (Juang
Matsumoto, Chapter 5, pg. 122). I decided to try an experiment with the Mueller Lyer Illusion. I
decided to ask 3 close friends of mine that are typical Americans. All but one was fooled by this
illusion. Then, I decided to ask 3 friends of mine that are from a different culture, one of them lives in
Australia, one is Korean and one was Native American. My friend who lives in Australia was fooled
by this illusion, whereas the Korean and Native American friend of mine stated it was the same length
but the arrows were oppositely flipped. I thought this was extremely interesting how each culture was
either fooled or not fooled by this illusion. This proves to show that cultures could in fact view optical
illusions differently because of either how they were raised or how they see the world in a different
light than others in views on how they interpret objects. In regards to the recognition of objects within
a visual scene there are uniquely clear differences between Americans and Japanese individuals.
According to the textbook, it mentions how Masuda and Nisbett (2001) did a research study that asked
Japanese and Americans to view an animated scene and then to recall how many objects were within
that scene and how they found that there was
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History Of Nike Inc. Company
History
Nike Inc. was founded by track athlete Phil Knight and his coach Bill Bowerman in January 1964. The
company use to be called Blue Ribbon Sports. In 1971 they changed the name to Nike after their
partnership with a Japanese company ended. Now Nike Inc. controls more than half of athletic shoe
market in the United States. In addition, they sell their products in more than 180 countries around the
world.
Nike stays organized by using three separate teams that work with suppliers. Their main focus and
priorities for the business are to have sustainable products, manufacturing and marketplaces. Every
team reports to the vice president of Sustainable Business Innovation then later reports directly to
Nike s CEO and board of directors.
Mission
Nike mission is to bring motivation to everyone that wears the products. It suggests that Nike goal is
to supply everyone in the world with athletic footwear, apparel and equipment. The company serves
everyone and anyone that s has body and is interested in healthy lifestyle. The company will make a
profit by selling to their customers or through dealer. In addition, Nike has reduced the design of their
products and packaging to be more environment friendly.
Target market
Nike s products offer an assortment of product that tailor to the needs of each customer, therefore,
Nike can target market each they want, so they can sell them their products. Nike target athletic appeal
and accessories users are between the ages 15 to 49
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Biological And Trait Perspectives On The Human Personality
Biological and Trait Perspectives and Explanations of Neuroticism Two perspectives on the human
personality will be explained in the following two sections. The first perspective is the biological
perspective of personality. This perspective focuses largely on the internal genetic makeup of an
individual and the effects this has on his or her personality. The biological perspective is strongly
based on other scientific fields in laboratory or clinical conditions such as biology and biochemistry.
The biological perspective involves intricate and often time consuming scientific experiments to test
for personality traits and correlations. Evolution is sometimes also mentioned within the biological
perspective in sociobiology. The structure and function of the brain (neurobiology) is also central to
the biological theory of personality. The second perspective to be mentioned is the trait perspective of
personality. According to Costa and McCrae, examination of the trait theory of personality is required
for someone to make sense of the human personality (1998). Two ideas are central to the trait
perspective of personality: A person s behaviors, contemplations, and emotions are relatively stable in
varying situations and with time, and each individual personality is different from all other
personalities (Carver Sheier, 2012). The trait perspective asserts that personalities are made up of
various traits that vary in degrees of strength. These traits are exemplified on a
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Adult Criminals
To hold adolescents to the same level of responsibility as adults in the legal system is an appalling
notion, as an adolescent s thought processes are not fully formative. There are already more effective
systems in place that are specifically geared towards adolescents, and being imprisoned with adults
would also be detrimental to the impressionable mind of a youth. While it is important for anyone who
commits a crime to be held accountable, the level to which the person may take responsibility will
vary heavily, depending on age. Adolescents are not legally considered adults for a plethora of
reasons, one of which being their rudimentary mental capacities. The treatment of a juvenile crime
must differ from that of an adult crime, because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Because an adolescent is not fully capable of understanding their crime, they should not be harshly
punished with no explanation. Instead, they should be placed in therapy at a juvenile treatment center.
Many high risk adolescents face issues of homelessness, physical or sexual abuse by a guardian,
parental substance abuse, gang activity, and genetic predisposition to mental illness. These factors
increase the likelihood of criminal behavior due to exposure during childhood or as a means to
survive. For both high risk male and female juveniles, the risk of adult incarceration in any given year
was reduced when they were in a serious relationship and/or regularly employed in the previous year
(Joosen et al., 2015). Positive reinforcement stemming from the work place or a romantic relationship
heavily influence many adolescent offenders. If these juvenile criminals were treated as adults in a
court of law, they would later be void of these opportunities that could potentially transform their
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The Interconnectedness Of Cultural Anthropology And Folk...
The chief concern of this paper is to explore the interconnectedness of cultural anthropology and folk
literature. There are many essays that have already shown the interrelationship between folklore and
anthropology1. Both these umbrella terms have many things in common but when it comes to folk
literature and cultural anthropology, some distinctions become apparent. To say, hence, this paper is
different in a sense that instead of dealing with the broad areas of folklore and anthropology, it looks
at their branches and explores interconnectedness between them. Before moving further, one needs to
understand the area of folklore and folk literature. American Folklore Society (AFS) defines folklore
as the traditional art, literature, knowledge, and practice that is disseminated largely through oral
communication and behavioral example . It clearly hints that folklore is a broad term which includes
all the types of expressions whether oral, written, visual, or performative. This leads to an inference
that folk literature is one of the branches of folklore which deals with verbal and written expressions.
Similarly, anthropology is a jacket term which means a study of humanity including the prehistoric to
contemporary, whereas the cultural anthropology is one of its four branches which aims to understand
and define why a certain group behaves differently from the other group. These clarifications lead to
another inference that though both anthropology and folklore study human
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How I Got Into PRINCETON (ECs, Essays, & Awards) - YouTube

  • 1. How I Got Into PRINCETON (ECs, Essays, & Awards) - YouTube 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. How I Got Into PRINCETON (ECs, Essays, & Awards) - YouTube How I Got Into PRINCETON (ECs, Essays, & Awards) - YouTube
  • 2. Science and Investigatory Project INVESTIGATORY PROJECT 1. Get an idea. All of the following steps will base on your idea. Make sure it doesn t break any rule or else you might get disqualified. You can search for it if you don t have any idea. 2. Form a title. Usually titles are in a form of a question. This are examples. The question can start in how, does and many other. Does temperature affect the growth of molds? Does salt affect the density of water? 3. Research your idea. You have to know your idea more. You can do this by reading, surfing the Internet or discussing it. Knowing your idea more will help you construct your work. 4. Form a hypothesis. Hypothesis will be your prediction in the idea that you choose. You don t need to research for this. You just have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It has an objective or purpose. It should not be written too long or too short. By just reading the title, you can determine what the investigative study is all about. Abstract The Abstract should be one or two paragraphs only. It includes your research problems, the method or procedure that you used and the findings or conclusion of the study. Chapter I 1. Introduction and Its Background The Introduction is about one page only wherein it includes the background of the study and its rationale. It usually leads into the research problem. 2. Statement of the Problem The Statement of the Problem has two categories namely: the general problem and specific problems. Usually, one general problem and three specific problems which derived from the general problem. The research problems should be specific, reliable,valid, measurable, objectively stated. It can be a question form or in a declarative statement. 3. Formulation of the Hypothesis The Formulation of the Hypothesis has two types namely: the null hypothesis and affirmative hypothesis. Hypotheses is a scientific guess which intends subject for thorough investigation. It is recommended to use null hypothesis in your research project. 4. Significant of the Study The Significant of the Study indicates how important is your investigatory project for the people, environment and community as a whole. It is really relevant in the changing world or global impact into the field ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Life and Work of David Sedaris David Sedaris has been compared to some of the greatest names in American Literature, including Mark Twain, Dorothy Parker and James Thurber (Moredock). Not surprisingly, all of the aforementioned authors captivated audiences with their sarcasm, wit, and humor three characteristics that are indicative of Sedaris s writing in general. Sedaris has made a career as an author and recording artist (having broadcast and recorded his works of literature numerous times) who finds insight and points of laughter in the ordinary nuances of life. Most of his articles are autobiographical in nature, or at least involve him as one of the principle characters in them. His 2004 book, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, is quite typical in this respect. An analysis of a pair of articles in this manuscript, Us and Them and The Girl Next Door , illustrates the author s propensity for detailing some of the more humorous aspects of non traditional American families. Sedaris was born in 1956, and spent part of his formative years living in upstate New York. His family would soon move down south to North Carolina in the early 1960 s, exposing the fledgling author to some semblance of city life. By his own accounts, his tenure in New York was spent in an exceedingly rural location, which contrasted sharply with his surroundings in North Carolina. The unconventional wit and humor (Burroughs) that the author displays in his writings more than likely descended, in part, from his unusual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Migration Interview Essay On April 15th, 2017 I interviewed a member of the Tongva tribe, which present day Long Beach now inhabits. The tribal member, who asked to not be named, told me all about Long Beach s long history as it was once a tribe and religious center and of CSU Long Beach s history as an ancient burial site named Puvunga. The interview changed my understanding of my college campus and the city that I now live in. It has made me more sensitive to the struggles that Native Americans faced and still continue to face. The history of migration to California had great effect on the Puvunga village and Tongva Tribe. The migration west in the 19th century forced Native Americans out of their sacred lands and tribes as people from the North and South occupied ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The campus uprooted the burial sites and tried to keep them in their archaeology department, but with the fight of my interviewee and many of his fellow tribal members, they were able to have the bodies reburied in their original burial sites. It took a long and hard few years for the Tongva tribe to get justice, as they had to be interrogated by many attorneys and prove their history in the Long Beach area through multiple documents to prove their genealogy to the buried people. I also learned that Puvunga is not only a burial site, but a place for ceremony and prayer. It is one of the largest religious site for Native Americans in the entire country, however most people do not recognize it as such an important landmark. This interview changed my understanding of the Long Beach area and my campus. I realized that this community dates way further back than the westward expansion of the United States and people should educate themselves on the rich history of Long Beach. I learned how awful the United States people and government have treated Native Americans and how their needs to be more justice for the people who were here long before we were. In conclusion, interviewing a tribal member of the Tongva tribe helped me to understand Long Beach s diverse history more and to begin to understand the great struggles ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Theme Of Motivation In Ayn Rand s Anthem Jim Rohn, a motivationist once claimed If someone is going down the wrong road, he doesn t need motivation to speed him up. What he needs is education to turn him around. Ayn Rand s protagonist in Anthem, Equality 7 2521, lives in a society where almost everyone is going down the wrong road. A society where it is a forbidden to own one s opinion, occupation or freedom. Although this might seem like a black hole that one cannot get out of, Equality climbs out using knowledge resulting from his motivation. Throughout Ayn Rand s Anthem, Equality s primary motivation of curiosity is morally correct, however, when examining the real world when everyone strives from the same motivation, there is a lack of justice. Throughout his life, Equality s primary motivation had constantly been curiosity. During Equality s childhood, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Equality s society is unjust because everyone strives for the same moral idea of equality. In the real world, there is absolutely no such thing as absolute equality, therefore when a slight difference occurs, there will be unjust. Equality stated, This is a great sin, to be born with a head which is too quick. It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them. The Teachers told us so, and they frowned when they looked upon us. (21) Even a small difference such as intelligence still made Equality suffer. Motivation can also change one s morality. The society s morality changed when all everyone push for is equality. Equality s journal claimed, What is not thought by all men cannot be true, said Collective 0 0009. You have worked on this alone? asked International 1 5537. Yes, we answered. What is not done collectively cannot be good, said International 1 5537. (69) In this society, no matter how beneficial to mankind the aftermath could be, if it s not achieving equality then is automatically morally ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Captain Jack Sparrow Short Story Many years after Captain Jack Sparrow retired from his years of pillaging villages and ruling the sea, he settled down into an office selling compasses. One day, Captain Jack was moving a barrel of rum, twisted his back in a strange way, and has been hurting for the past 5 weeks. He decided to visit his old friend Tia Dalma. Well, well if it isn t Jack Sparrow. What brings you back to me? says Tia. Jack explains to Tia how he has been experiencing pain in his lower back after the 2 surgeries he recently had. They called the first surgery a laminectomy and the second a partial discectomy. I don t know what they did to me but the pain has not gone away grimaces Jack. Tia smiles, Jack, your first surgery was done to remove a part of the bone in your lower back, and then another surgery was performed to remove a part the cushion between my bones . She proceeds, you herniated a disc which put pressure against a nerve and... . Jack interrupts, I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about . Tia nods, think of a cream filled pastry. When you squeeze it too hard, all the cream in the inside comes out. The insides of that cushion, or disc, between your back bone is touching a nerve. Jack goes to speak but Tia interrupts, nerves are found everywhere in the body and help us sense things and perform movements . Jack smiles half heartedly. When a nerve has any pressure on it, it can cause pain in the body. Those surgeries relieved that pressure, freeing up ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Symptoms And Treatment Of Insomnia It is estimated that approximately 30% of adults report having difficulty with perceived quality of sleep or quantity of sleeping hours (Edmunds Mayhew, 2014). To define insomnia, the patient takes longer than 30 minutes to fall asleep and has less than 6 ½ hours of total sleep (Edmunds Mayhew, 2014). Insomnia is seen more commonly seen in women compared to men (McCance Huether, 2014). Sleep disorders are a symptom usually of another problem; thus a comprehensive review of the patient s history and a thorough physical examination is required to rule out all possible causes of the sleep disturbance (Edmunds Mayhew, 2014, p. 541). Insomnia can be associated with many other diseases and unhealthy habits, so weeding through the patient s history is very important. Appropriate treatment of insomnia is under debate within the medical community. Current data suggest sedative hypnotics do not offer effect relief from insomnia as thought (Edmunds Mayhew, 2014). They work by increasing the activity of gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), a neurotransmitter in the brain. When GABA increases in the brain, drowsiness occurs which can facilitate or maintain sleep. Benzodiazepines and non benzodiazepines fall under this group. An example of these drugs would be Restoril or Ambien (Condo, 2011). Sedative hypnotics are intended for short term use only, although patients have been known to use them for several years. These medications also produce unfavorable side effects ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Lesson 8 Lesson 8 Mind Over Matter If Rappaccini s garden can be seen as the Garden of Eden, in what role does that place Rappaccini? This brilliant scientist biologically succeeded in creating a beautiful and virtuous daughter, and he succeeded through his experiments in making her deadly to get close to. If one views Rappaccini as a God, creating his own Eden with his own impure purposes, what does this mean? It is clear that Rappaccini is the least innocent of all of the characters in this short story. Was he trying to destroy social and scientific convention, or was he merely trying to see how far he could push himself and the envelope of acceptable scientific practice? Rappaccini s Daughter is a great story that shows many great uses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The uses colorful descriptions are also to describe Beatrice, drawing a parallel between her and the garden. A marble fountain is located in the garden, and given its description, the fountain is a symbol of physical corruption and purity of the soul, very much like Beatrice. The constant mention of Dante at the beginning, the viewpoint of Giovanni from his balcony looking down as into a pit, the poisonous vapors presumably rising from all of it, all suggests the ledge overlooking the deepest Hell where Dante and Vergil discussed the different degrees of sin, beginning with lust and ending with malice and betrayal. At the bottom of this pit, at its center, is not Lucifer, or even Rappaccini, but a fountain. There is no indication that the water flowing from the fountain is polluted. Beatrice s innocent spirit is very similar to the fountain: many passionate and holy things gush out of her heart, when the pure fountain has been opened from its depths and made seen in its transparency to the mental eye; remembrance that, had Giovanni known how to estimate them, it would have assured that all of the ugly mystery was only an earthly allusion. In Roman mythology, the god of seasons and of ripening plants and fruits wooed and won Pomona, a nymph. Before meeting Vertumnus, she had confined herself to her garden to tend the plants and fruits. The statue of Vertumnus can be perceived as a symbol of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Spinach Speech spinach weight loss comes in for a nine varieties civil and truly crinkled leagues cities avoid less crinkled and smoothly flat on record leaves speeches are leafy green vegetable would harm nutritional value can hotpot content it also contains good amounts of zinc potassium phosphorus manganese magnesium on folic acid kaka and calcium it s reaching bottom lines hai c k niacin diamond and brought the funding how speech helps with weblogs the phone and riboflavin contained in speech house was speaking out there right at the party s metabolism as a result boosts factoring in the body basically they hope to indexes stored fat in the body into energy monsoonal thirty three ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Advantages Of Wakalah Apart from General takaful, wakalah model was applied in takaful family. In this model, the contribution of revenue from the contributions and contributions are divided into investment accounts (PIF), the risk of Accounts (PRF) and also wakalah fees. The division between the PIF, PRF and wakalah fees are based on the value or rate agreed in the contract. Fee income for the operator wakalah is based on the concept of al Wakala bi al Ajr and budget management. PIF and surplus funds in the PRF will be invested in instruments of government of Islam, Islamic private debt securities and equity, fixed assets, cash accounts and investment accounts. Investment gains will be distributed among the takaful operator and accounts participants (PIF and PRF) in the form of a performance fee based on an agreed ratio. In PIF funds collected and paid together with the benefits to participants upon death, surrender or maturity. PRF funds used for expenses such as paying claims, retakaful and reserves. The surplus in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although Takaful operators act as a trustee and manager of funds and get their share of profit the form of Mudharabah or Wakalah fee, yet they have been criticized for maximizing the shareholders profits while ignoring the rights of participants that are major stakeholders of the company. In the absence of proper corporate governance practices, company and its board of directors are not held accountable for their decisions that are not favourable to participants or community at large. Moreover, participants are not given positions in the board of directors so they have no right to questioning decision of the board and feel themselves insecure (Abdel Karim Archer, 2002; p.72). Strengthening the regulatory framework is essential to regulate the activities of Takaful operators and to protect the rights of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Child Called It By Dave Pelzer The child called it by Dave Pelzer. The time and place the book took place was March 5, 1973, in Daly City, California. Dave Pelzer was a boy who was abused by his own mother. He was the boy who was called It in his family house. His Mother would make him eat and drink things that you couldn t even imagine a mother would do. She treated her son as her slave. David wasn t allowed to shower or even wear clean clothes. His mother wouldn t feed him until the third day. David would always go to school with bruises and scratches. His father, on the other hand, would try to do something but he failed each time he tries to convince David s mother to change her mind. In the story, The Child Called It has many themes but the theme that stood throughout the story was; no matter how bad things get and no matter how bad you just what it to stop. Always push yourself and never let the person that hurt you bring you down. For example, in the story, david said, that he pushed himself because he couldn t let his mother win even though he wanted to just die someday because of all the torture and hell his mother put him through. He didn t let that stop from keep going ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a blurry object fly from her hand. A sharp pain erupted from just above my stomach. I felt a warm sensation flowing from my chest. It took me a few seconds to realize where I was. I turned towards Russell who began chanting, David s going to die. The boy s going to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Hells Influence In Dante s Inferno Hell s Influence (An analysis of whether or not hell is a legitimate propaedeutic for moral behavior through the study of Dante s Inferno) Go to Hell... a phrase we hear often. From the time we are young, the pastors and preachers of the various churches we attend dictate our behavior by threatening us. They tell us continually that if we don t follow the commandments of God at all times and in all places, we are going to go to Hell. The only way to avoid it is to repent of all of our sins and never repeat those sins again. Dante Alighieri was one of the first people to explore the punishments that are given in Hell. After he was exiled from Florence, Dante used the time to write his Divine Comedy. This poem is separated into three different ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the second circle the lustful are punished by losing control as they are swept into an intense wind. The fifth circle punished the wrathful as the attack and eat each other. Both of these punishments are terrifying and a legitimate propaedeutic for moral behavior because they are both sins that seem insignificant, but still have horrible and aggressive punishments. The sixth circle holds the heretics entombed in fire, also a legitimate propaedeutic for moral behavior because it makes every request and statement against God seem much more extreme as it could land them in this terrible circle of Hell. Dante s ideas were accepted and even revered by the rest of the world when they realized just how legitimate of a propaedeutic Inferno was for good moral behavior. As Susan Blow explains in her analysis of Dante s Inferno, His poem is not individual but universal; he utters not his own thought, but the unformulated creed of Christendom. (Blow) Christians obviously loved Dante s story and even began using it and the ideas shown in it to terrify all the people in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Beach Crim Research Paper The Beach Crim There was a cool breeze coming from the Lake, the waves were rolling into shore and nothing else but the midnight silence, also the two bangs that brighten the whole beach. There was a car parked on the right side of the tower house at the very edge of the beach, where the parking lot started. There was a Tower house keeper who said he was suspicious of gunshots he had heard and he called 911, like someone would do if they heard a gunshot at this time of night. There was also another witness at the scene a homeless man who used a payphone to call in the gunshots he had heard. The pay phone was at the far side of the beach about 100 yards from the Tower House. When the Ambulance and the Policies officers arrived it was a very dark and cold night. Everybody was so surprised that this happened on valentine s day most people was celebrating with their love ones win they got the call. They got ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It had to show some clue on the scene, before he could do any more questioning they were on there way to the scene. James and Eric was now at the scene to get the footage they need. When they got to the Tower House it was 3:00 the car was gone and the heart and foot prints was gone by the wind rearranging the sand. They knocked on the door and Chris Marks let them in to look over the camera. He let them into the footage room and walked out back into the main room of the Tower House. They took about 3 hours going over the camera but they never seen anybody go in or out the door to the Tower House about the time he told them he did. You could tell the look they gave to each other they expected someone was lying. About at 12:15 pm they seen another clue, a man was crossing over to the right side of the tower house. He went up to the payment and headed towards the payphone. A male about 6 2, with boots and had on all black like a thief in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Is The Contemporary Crisis Participation For Traditional... A crisis in participation can be defined as a serious situation in which there has been a drop in, or lack of citizens engaging in political activities designed to influence government decision making. In this essay, I will demonstrate how there is a contemporary crisis in participation in traditional forms of political participation. This is however more significant amongst young and unskilled groups. I will show how there is an increase in participation in more informal methods of participation as social norms evolve, and how this reduces the extent to which there is a crisis. There is a trend of falling electoral turnout in a variety of established democracies. The percentage turnout at UK General Elections as a proportion of the electorate has declined from 72.8% in 1945 to 66.1% in 2015. (UK Political Info) In April 2011, parliamentary registers were 82.3% complete, compared to 1950s and 60s registers which were found to be 96% complete. (Electoral Commission, 2011) This highlights an even more significant crisis in participation as the register is shrinking along with the percentage of the register which is voting. The decline in EU average turnout in European Parliamentary elections from 61.99% in 1979 to 42.61% in 2014 (UK Political Info) shows how there is a serious crisis in participation as this is at such a low level, the European Parliament cannot be sufficiently held to account. This also emphasises the widespread nature of the crisis across many European ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Daniel Rooke s Life And Accomplishments Daniel Rooke 1762, Portsmouth, UK 1836, Antigua, Antigua and Barbados Daniel Rooke passed away peacefully in his home in Antigua yesterday, at the age of 74. As a child, Daniel Rooke was rather quiet and shy. By birth, he was of no significant importance, though his father worked at the ................ But shortly after he began his school education, he was discovered to be a gifted child. For someone of his age, he was astoundingly adept in mathematics. Because of this, he was discovered by one Dr Adair and offered a place in the Portsmouth Naval Academy. As he grew, Daniel Rooke developed an interested in the field of Astronomy and learned the languages of Greek, French and Latin in fluency. When he was barely a man, Daniel Rooke joined the Royal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But for Daniel Rooke, this was possibly the beginning of the most meaningful stage of his life. Upon his return to Britain, changed by his experiences of the treatment towards those of different ethnicities he had witnessed though his career in the Royal Marines, Daniel Rooke became an abolitionist against slavery. Having visited Antigua during his time in the Royal Navy, Rooke moved to the island late in his career against slavery. There he continued to fight for the rights of slaves, also meeting the woman of whom he would later marry and bear him two children: a daughter and son, the latter of whom died shortly after birth. Toward his later life, Daniel Rooke became well known for his disposition toward slavery, buying and freeing slaves at auction. This infamy goaded the wealthy supporters of slavery in Antigua to drive Rooke to an state eventual state or near bankruptcy at auction. Eventually, his wife passed and his daughter married, leaving Rooke with only a single remaining companion: his servant woman Henrietta, a freed slave of whom owed the man her life, and so volunteered her services and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. The Presentation of Isolation in Jane Eyre and the Wide... Isolation in Jane Eyre and the Wide Sargasso Sea. The theme of isolation is explored in Bronte s novel; Jane Eyre. This theme is also developed in The Wide Sargasso Sea, by Jean Rhys. Both pieces present different types of isolation, such as isolation due to location and the isolation of a character due to their social status, such as Jane s status as a governess. The various ways in which isolation is present in each of the texts show how inescapable and unavoidable isolation is for the characters in both Jane Eyre and The Wide Sargasso, with it being present in such a large way in their lives. Physical isolation is present in both texts, with Jane in Jane Eyre and Antoinette in the Wide Sargasso Sea experiencing absolute isolation ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It also presents the idea that the separation her family experiences is potentially dangerous. Evidence of isolation due to a characters place, or position, in society can be found in both novels. Bronte demonstrates the isolation Jane inflicts upon herself, coming as a result of her awareness of her place in society, in the Chapter 17 of Jane Eyre, which tells of Mr Rochester s return from his unexpected departure to Gateshead hall, accompanied by numerous guests enjoying a social stay, comprising mainly of games and dinners. Jane intentionally separates herself from Mr Rochester s prestigious guests as they gather in the study after dinner. After firstly declining her master s request for her company, anticipating the isolation she will face, stemming from her inferiority in her class, she then goes on to separate herself. Bronte uses the first person narrative to reveal Jane s feelings, such as in the narrative I sit in the shade if any shade there be in this brilliantly lit apartments; the window curtain half hides me . This demonstrates Jane s need to physically isolate herself from the party, attempting to not only isolate herself from their conversation with a book, but furthermore their presence, trying to hide. This also indicates her vulnerability, which contrasting with the confidence of the other women. This isolates her further. By saying half hides me her reservations are highlighted, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Pleas of a Desperate Queen The Ancient Egyptians were a civilization of great creativity and expression, but also a civilization with a very strict position on tradition, and I found them absolutely fascinating. When learning about King Tutankhamen s mysterious legacy, I was very intrigued by the pleas that Tutankhamen s wife Ankhesenamun wrote to the king of the Hittites after her husband s premature death. Her letters were desperate and emotional and very powerful to read and definitely gives its readers, whether they re students or historians, a real sense of mystery and that the queen knew more than what she was willing to say. Egypt was known for its long line of powerful kings, each wanting to prove themselves more powerful than their predecessors, and the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Undoubtedly, I can very much sympathize with the queen and her feelings at the time she wrote her letters to the king. She lost her husband and essentially stable control of her empire in a very short amount of time. She had no biological heir and in any situation, is going to be forced to marry someone who not of Egyptian royal blood, which to her I m sure was a painful thing to have to think of. But through these letters I sense more panic than grief. I sense a kind of fear and frantic undertone to the messages. I cannot imagine the sudden and unexpected death of her husband left her without questions, there is probably many more dark details related to King Tutankhamen s death that she knew that the people of our day will never know. I believe that her pleas to the Hittite king were genuine and true, and that she d rather marry royalty from another country than be forced to marry someone socially beneath her just to have a new man assuming the throne. Through reading this document and learning about the traditions and concepts of Egyptian culture, I honestly have a better understanding of the formations of strict monarchies over history and the way that the Egyptian monarchy worked and how important tradition and cultural values were to their intensely strong society. I got a fee l for the strengths and personality that Queen Ankhesenamun had and that she was deeply ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Medical Data And Electronic Medical Records The Clinical Laboratory in the Inpatient setting has evolved over the years. Electronic data and electronic medical records demand require medical documentation to be processed fast and accurate daily. I selected the Clinical Laboratory Department because the amount of data that is processed in these departments is impressive. I covered three main points in my report: (i) an overview of the department, (ii) the role of Health Informatics in the Clinical Laboratory, and (iii) the impact of the advances in Health Informatics in the Clinical Laboratory Department. Department Overview: Clinical Laboratory The goals of the clinical laboratory department are: (i) conduct diagnostic tests ordered by physicians on samples of body fluids, body ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Laboratory IT systems are still growing and developing. Health information protection, communications lab to lab, and electronic patient access are some of the factors that have to be taken into consideration in the development of new laboratory s transmission programs and hospital automatization. Clinical Laboratory department automatization affects the hospital and inpatient care delivery. Advanced programs and efficient automatic transmissions will ensure precise patient care and positive health outcomes. The Role of Health Informatics in the Clinical Laboratory Department Health informatics plays a crucial role in the clinical laboratory department. Automatization has been implemented in most of the departments in the healthcare industry. This information is shared by the multiple departments, and it s available to the health providers involved in patient care. Clinical laboratory has been positively affected by automatization. The automatization is delivered by a variety software programs. Each organization will implement the program that suits their demands and necessities. The program must have the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Benefits Of A Tariff On Goods And Services That Are Imported A Tariff in general is a comprehensive tax on goods and services that are imported. The main aim of a tariff is to create security to the domestic product of a nation from the imported goods which are cheaper and have a huge production capacity. Furthermore tariffs also aid in balancing the prices in a country. This paper describes the roles tariffs play in a country and also pros and cons of tariffs. There exist many different forms tariffs in which each is has its own specific operation. Some of the most notable tariffs include the revenue tariff, prohibitive tariff and protective tariff. The Revenue Tariff This tariff is meant to create and accumulate huge amount of government finances. For example a country that has little product. For it to keep the domestic income strong the government has to install tariff on the goods which have been imported hence levying the prices. The government thus creates a security cover for the product of certain import goods that are limited. Prohibitive tariff This tariff is normally used to diminish competition between the foreign and domestic producers. Furthermore it is used to cease foreign imports present in its track. It works in a way similar to an embargo placed on a specific given country. Protective tariff This type of tariff tends to inflate the prices that imported products have set thus creating a positive price vacuum for locally based industries. Protective tariff highly taxes foreign imports hence forcing a specific ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Laws Abstract Ben Whishaw once said, The criminal justice system, like any system designed by human beings, clearly has its flaws. For many years, the criminal justice system has been criticized for its many problems and errors; one in particular that caught my attention was the mandatory minimum sentencing laws. These laws basically set minimum sentences for certain crimes that judges cannot lower, even for extenuating circumstances. The most common of these laws deal with drug offenses and set mandatory minimum sentences for possession of a drug over a certain amount. Sentencing procedures can vary from jurisdiction to Jurisdiction. Most of these laws are ineffective and causes unnecessary jail overcrowding. Over the years ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, there was a case back in 2013 in Alabama where a 76 year old man, Lee Carroll Brooker, was convicted of drug trafficking last year, and a judge sentenced him to life without parole because of past robbery convictions in Florida. His son was also convicted. ( Roy Moore: Life Sentence for Drug Violation Shows grave Flaw in Sentencing. AL.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2015.) Brooker lived with his son in Houston County, and court documents show police found a marijuana growing operation there during a search in 2013. Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore released a statement on this case as the Supreme Court refused to overturn the case. I mean really, this is just crazy how a petty drug offense can get a man life in prison and some other fool is let off easy, after committing an armed robbery. The problem with LSD specifically is that it comes in many forms. For instance, if a person is holding 1 hit of liquid LSD that is placed on a strawberry can get up to 10 years in jail whereas another person with 100 hits of acid in paper form may not even get a mandatory sentence if it weighs under a gram. The whole point behind the legislation comes in response to the American public s desire to crack down on those who sell drugs. According to The USCC (U.S. Sentencing Commission), fifty five percent of all federal drug defendants are low level offenders, such as mules or street dealers. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Outline and Evaluate One or More Explanations of Why... Outline and Evaluate one or more explanations of why people obey It has been found by Milgram that people obey for four main reasons these are; legitimate authority, the momentum of compliance, the agentic shift and passivity. The first reason that Milgram found that people obey is because people feel like they have to obey someone if they have a high social status or a highly respected job, this is called legitimate authority. Bickman (1974) supported this theory by doing an experiment on the streets of New York. Bickman had three men dress up as a policeman, a guard and a regular passerby in a shirt and tie, he then had the three men ask other passerby s to either pay a parking fine or pick something of the floor, it was found that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The second reason people obey is called the momentum of compliance. Otherwise known as the foot in the door technique, it is usually used by salesmen as they are trying to sell items, they start up with the smaller items and work their way up to the bigger, more costly items. Smith and Mackie (2003) found that similar processes take part in real life crimes where criminals usually work their way up from smaller crimes to bigger, life threatening crimes. Milgram found that the momentum of compliance was found in his experiment, as the switches were going up in only 15v each time the participant started small and worked their way up to the bigger shocks and then without it actually hitting home, they ve actually killed someone but they weren t able to stop. Like the well known Pringles saying once you pop you can t stop . The third reason for why people obey is when a person shifts from the autonomous state to the agentic state; this is called the agentic shift. Milgrams participants believed they were just following orders and did not consider themselves responsible; his participants even sighed with relief when the experimenter said I am responsible for what happens here. Evidence from war criminals, has shown that Eichmann, who was trialled and found guilty for the Nazi war killings as he was the man who organized which camps the Jewish people would end up at, said it wasn t my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Skim Research Papers Skim boarding has been around for a long time dating back to the year 1920s mainly in Laguna Beach CA. People began getting more and more interested in this sport and started making skim boards from plywood and used these boards when they went to the beach to enjoy themselves. Furthermore the whole world developed interest in this sport and not only a particular section of people. Also the boards that people manufactured themselves were not in good shape and size, this lead to people not being able to control their board. But in the 1970s a man named Tex Haines started making skim boards and adopted this idea into a business venture. He started the business in Laguna. The change that Tex brought to the skimboards was that now the skimboards ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many skimboarders damage their body which includes broken bones and wounds on their skin and others fall on something hard while running to catch a wave. Furthermore skimboarding continuously and regularly for long hours can affect ones bones and health. The best way to escape this problem is to routinely warm up or stretch before doing skimboarding. People all over the world in Asia, America, Europe and many more practice skimboarding. Furthermore people also do inland skimboarding on peculiar and interesting places such as wet grass! Furthermore skimboarding companies such as Zap, Victoria, Exile and Slotstik sponsor their own company skimboarders to participate in different events to promote their own company and brands. Skimboading is turning into a lucrative and expensive business. As time is passing Skimboardings popularity is also increasing day by day. In the end skimboarding is turning out as the next generation in watersports and is a very enjoyable and pleasing past time if one follows all the basic rules and guidelines related to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Addiction Of Cell Phones Essay The Addiction of Cell Phones A bus driver, who was responsible for transportation of children from school to home, pulled out his phone and began texting. Soon after, the driver swerved the school bus and entered into another lane crashing into another bus and toppled over, killing two children and one adult (Murdock). Phone addiction is a new addiction associated with the use of cell phones and using it for many hours. In recent times, the falling prices of mobile phones have led to the affordability of the devices with more people owning a mobile phone, especially smartphones. Studies continue to establish whether phone addiction affects people, how it affects them and the different ways it affects different genders and ages. An international poll of 5,000 Britons, Americans, Chinese, South Koreans, South Africans, Indians, Brazilians, and Indonesians found that most people spent hours on their smartphones (Gilbert). 84% respondents revealed that it is impossible for them to spend a day without their smartphones, with 50% sleeping with their phones next to them like a teddy bear (Gilbert). Over 20% check their smart phones every ten minutes, with 24% using it to set up rendezvous meetings with those they were having affairs with (Gilbert). From these statistics, it is becoming apparent that increase in reliance of cell phones is rising signaling the evolution of usage of phones from a habit to that of addiction. It is important to examine the addiction that is sweeping ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Changes In The Hellenistic Period As a result of the Greeks spreading throughout many regions following Alexander the Great s conquests, the Hellenistic period saw old ways of thinking replaced with new ideas that reflected changes in society and the blending of diverse cultures that had now been exposed to one another. As Greek language and lifestyle swept through Egypt and West Asia, and major cultural hubs like Alexandria came to prominence, the Greek way of life had a profound effect on these distant lands, just as their own exotic customs and histories similarly affected Greek thought and culture. This, along with the changing political climate in these regions, led to a period of immense advancement in philosophical and religious discourse that would forever change the course of history and pave the way for the birth of Christianity. The three most significant catalysts for change in Hellenistic religion were the exposure of diverse cultures to one another, the vast changes in political and societal life during this period, and the shifts in philosophy and religious thought ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the Hellenistic period, philosophy became very popular and was often treated as a religion (Noble 104). By replacing a lot of mythological ideas with philosophical ones, people could become more focused on their own pursuits of happiness and self fulfillment and less concerned with the ideologies of the gods. It makes sense that philosophies would become more individualistic at this time, since the societies had dropped the concepts of democracy and the collective whole. Those who still believed in gods often chose gods who were relevant to the contemporary issues of the time. Classical Athenian religion upheld the standards of the democratic society but the religions in the Hellenistic period addressed the new spiritual concerns that resulted from all of the rapid changes to society (Noble ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Exploring the Leadership Style of Ursula Burns Ceo of... Exploring The Leadership Style of Ursula Burns CEO of Xerox Corporation Myra A. Duke Dr. Eddie Montgomery Leadership and Organizational Behavior June 9, 2013 It is rare nowadays for a person to become the top ranking executive at the same company they intern with. Ursula Burns did just that by doing a summer internship with Xerox Corporation, and going on to become the CEO twenty nine years later. Ursula Burns was the first African American women to be name CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and first woman to succeed another woman as the leader of a Fortune 500 company. Ms. Burns had very meager beginnings, she was raised by a single mother in a New York City housing project with two siblings. She earned her bachelor s degree in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She beliefs in the core values of Xerox, and supports the practice and enforcement of these values. When asked what happens to employees that violate the company s values, Ursula quickly and frankly says these employees are fired even if they are high performing associates. There is little difference between the person Ursula Burns is and how she runs Xerox. The Core Values of Xerox are stated as: Succeed through satisfied customers; Aspire to deliver quality and excellence in everything they do; Require a premium on assets; Use technology to develop market leadership; Value the employees; and behave responsibly as a corporate citizen. These values are said to be the moral compass by which the company does business with honesty and integrity. Ursula is direct and outspoken in her expectations of the employees of Xerox, her values and ethical beliefs surely resonate with company. Ms. Burns beliefs there are certain standards that have to be met to ensure high performance and integrity. Clearly communicating the possibilities, setting the agenda and the tone of organization all contribute to the employees holding the values of the company close to heart, and remembering to be ethical in all their behaviors. As the CEO of Xerox Ursula Burns demonstrates many strengths and weakness, some of which stand out more than others. Ms. Burns is very innovative not only in her leadership style, but also in the products and services the company now offers. Last year in 2012, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Digital Art Essay Digital art is a general term for a range of works by the artists who use digital technologies as a major part of the processes of creation and representation (Paul, 2006). Specifically, digital technology refers to the application of computers as media and partners for the artists in creating art works. However, digital industry is often a vague term and does not clearly define the final form of the art work. In his book called Art of The Digital Age, Wands (2006) has classified digital art works based on their final tool to digital prints, sculpture, installations and virtual reality, performance, music and art of sounds, video and animation, software, databank, and the art of gaming. He says although many digital arts including digital picture ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Digital technology, from computers to smart phones, is an inseparable part of this generation s lives. The internet entered Iran in 1997 and spread very fast until 1999. Smart phones entered Iran s market in 2009. Therefore, the internet and smart phones kind of shaped the teen years of the generation born in the 80s and the 90s who are immersed in virtual realities and virtual computer games. This generation has experienced the world and aesthetics in a virtual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Observation of a 5 Year Old Boy Essay The Observation of a 5 Year Old Boy Date: 3/19/04 Time observation started: 1:40 pm Time observation ended: 1:55 pm Name of child: Daiki Age of child: 5.6 Setting: The setting took place in a play area/corner in the classroom of the school where Daiki attends. Daiki is playing with power rangers and there are also other children present, playing in the same play area. Observation: Daiki is sitting in a play area with a friend playing with power rangers at a small table. He is acting out and talking like the power rangers. Daiki is getting up and running, pretending he is flying. He then sits back down at the table and looks very closely at the power ranger, trying to put his helmet back on the power ranger. He ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For Daiki s age group Berger says, Language allows a person to enter and traverse the zone of proximal development, because words provide a bridge from the child s current understanding to what is almost understood (Berger, 253). Daiki is Chinese so maybe the fact that he doesn t speak complete or full sentences is because his parents possibly do not. This could be one reason, or he could have just not yet developed this certain skill yet. I noticed that Daiki demonstrated egocentrism, in that he sees the world in just his own perspective and not any one else s. Daiki showed this when he threw his power ranger across the room. When he threw the figurine he was just thinking in his point of view. He knew that he was frustrated and the only way he thought he could get out his frustration was by throwing the power ranger. He did not think about how it would affect other people. Egocentrism is very typical for Daiki s age group. Typical five year olds don t realize that people have thoughts and have points of view of their own, that they themselves can personally affect. Egocentrism is very important concept from Piaget s pre operational theory. Although this is one aspect of cognitive development, the theory theory of mind, contradicts Piaget s concepts. The definition of theory of mind is, an understanding of human mental processes, that is, of one s own and other s emotions, perceptions, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. How Elasticity Is Important For Economics And It Is A... Elasticity is one of the most important theories in economics and it is a measure of responsiveness. There are for the most part two sorts of elasticity, the flexibility of interest which incorporates value versatility of interest, salary flexibility of interest, and cross versatility of interest and additionally versatility of supply the extent to which an interest or supply bend responds to an adjustment in cost is the bend s flexibility. Elasticity changes among items since a few items might be more fundamental to the purchaser. Value elasticity assumes a vital part in the lives of customers. The value flexibility of interest is the affectability of the interest at an item when its cost changes. Bistros like Panera Bread rejects installments from clients and courteously requested that they rather take what you need, and leave what s coming to you , bringing about more individuals getting merchandise like sustenance at a reasonable value that they are willing to pay. Taking into account the salary versatility of interest, customers can show signs of improvement and more beneficial life as they will purchase things with better quality as their wage rises. Individuals will go to Italianizes for pizza and not to Pizza Hut as Italianizes offers a superior, more delicious, more advantageous and more extensive assortment of decisions, notwithstanding when it is more costly. With cross flexibility of interest, buyers can get the same quality item at a less expensive cost as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Kodak vs Fujifilm George Eastman was one of the first to demonstrate the great convenience of dry plates to wet plates in 1878, making photography easier for all. Since that time, they have been great innovators in their section of the world, America. Moreover, a huge American Icon was born. In 1884, the business changed from a partnership to a company with 14 shareholders, Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company was formed. In 1885, Eastman American Film opened overseas in London England, and the start of innovative worldwide company was. After hiring a fulltime chemist, unheard of in those times, the name Kodak was born and the Kodak camera was introduced into the market. The marketing slogan You press the button we do the rest, was the birth of snapshot ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This attention to detail and ability to out pace Kodak technology had endeared Fuji to its professional market, and serve as a bridge to build credibility on all of Kodak s markets. It had taken its market share now, and was edging out Kodak on lower price and even lowers profits just to get ahead. Fuji s most advertised success in Kodak s market happened in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and every year since. Kodak tried to come back by getting the TV contract, but Fujifilm had surpassed Kodak. George Fisher Kodak s new CEO, has been successful in attracting new talent who worked in the technology department, Fuji s strength. He hired Daniel Carp a sales veteran for Kodak who worked all over the world. Daniel traveled the sales markets and made adjustments to up Kodak s share and Fisher wanted to tap that information and use it. He was promoted to President and COO and Carp fully realized that the changing and emerging markets were in taking advantage of that face and his contacts around the world. To help foster the change, Kodak admitted that they had to set up shop were the talent was, and to back that up. So they bought a successful software company in Silicon Valley, and marketing that alliance to the world they were on their way to climbing out of their complacency. In their restructuring four Main ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Elizabeth Poor Law Elizabeth Poor Laws: Why were they so important in the development of social welfare in North America?: The Elizabeth Poor Law advocated and placed responsibility of the poor to the churches and government. If parishes could not meet the responsibilities, counties were required to assume relief giving functions. The government became the chief enforcer of poor relief. However, the local parishes fulfilled their welfare responsibilities in several ways. They provided outdoor relief to persons in the homes; provided indoor relief to person in special institutions that came to be variously known as almshouse, poorhouses or workhouses; or required person to become indenture servants or apprentices. It also required relatives to care ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Like England , North America had to create a social welfare system that would benefit all immigrants and citizens. North America today has welcomed millions of immigrants from different cultures and political views. Tylor, said that culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, law, morals, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man and woman as a member of society. Without a social welfare act, it would be impossible to function in a society that embraces so many cultures with different political and social beliefs. It is unrealistic to believe that North America is, or was equipped and prepared to provide financial support, employment, health care, education and other types of support with equal distributions to society as a whole. The Elizabethethan Poor Laws, puts emphasis on the group of people who cannot protect or provide for themselves. North America imitates, The Elizabethan Poor Law, as North America had to develop a social welfare system that would acknowledge that North America, does not have equal distribution of wealth. For example, North American had to create the TANF program to assist those who are poor and cannot work, and have no money to take care of their families. Families who receive fund through TANF program are consider to be very poor families who need cash assistance in order to maintain support themselves and their families. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Credit Debit Card And Debit Cards Before credit and debit cards were developed, merchants would issue a line of credit to customers who did not have the funds to purchase their items. This credit processed involved using a ledger to record the amount owed for the items purchased. In today s vastly growing economy, credit and debit card use plays an ever present role in society. Credit and debit card acceptance enables merchants to sell goods and services to customers who increasingly choose electronic forms of payment over other payment types ( Payments 101 , 2010). Everything from purchasing house hold items such as grocery s and furniture, to minimal tasks such as paying for parking for an hour, credit and debit cards provide people with more freedom when it comes to having access to funds and making purchases. Along with the rise of credit and debit cards, in a computerized and technological world where information is valuable, securing credit card information has its challenges. Validation and encryption are important practices that ensure the security of debit and credit cards, and they play a key role in providing the customer with assurance that their funds and bank information is confidential and secure. This paper will begin by explaining how credit and debit transactions take place and will go into further detail about the security, validation, and encryption processes that take place throughout the transaction. For the purpose of this paper the term credit cards will refer to both credit and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Did Mendel Cheat Essay Did Mendel Cheat? Research that attempts to explain phenomena in the world requires us to be critical but fair. In data analysis, it is not enough to only consider the original hypothesis, experimental procedure(s), the data documented, or the conclusion presented. Data analysis requires us to be more meticulous. We must consider factors such as preliminary biases as well as if our data fits a model well. This leads me to discuss a controversial debate: Did Mendel falsify his data? This piece examines why statisticians believe Mendel s data seems a little iffy. However, I will present counteracting data on why Mendel s results are not prejudiced towards his hypothesis. R. A. Fisher claims ...examining ten offspring formed by self fertilization, it is disconcerting to find that the proportion of plants misclassified by this test is not inappreciable... A deviation as fortunate as Mendel s is to be expected once in twenty nine trials (Fairbanks 2001). Fisher s claim is that Mendel s expected and observed ratios are too good and goes on to say that the offspring were biased towards a 2:1 ratio ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, as Fairbanks says, from a botanical point of view this accounts for a negligible amount of bias because the plant traits Mendel chose to observe all show an obvious phenotype in multiple positions within each plant so that the peas can be classified easily without question. Based on the article by Fairbanks, Mendel could only have misclassified very few offspring. Fairbanks supports this by saying that Mendel determined the phenotype and the genotype through self fertilization for some of the F2 offspring in his monohybrid experiments and for all the offspring in his dihybrid and trihybrid experiments. Logically, then, this technique would allow Mendel to correct any misclassifications based on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. What Is The Long Walk Essay All of the sudden, the Navajos were forced to move off their land without any reason as to why. They were kicked out of their homes and held captive against their will and either had the choice to move or die. The Long Walk is about how the U.S. government forced the Navajos to walk from their homeland to a fort in New Mexico. Many died from the journey to imprisonment. Did the U.S. government do the right thing to send the Navajos on a 300 mile trek or should the U.S. government have left the Navajos at their homeland? The topics that will be discussed is what the Long Walk was, previous conflicts between the U.S. government and the Navajos and what happened after the Navajos returned to their homeland. The Long Walk is where the United States ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some of the people who were involved were U.S.army soldiers, one of whom was Kit Carson. Mainly, though, they were Navajos: including men, women and children. Many Navajos refused to be confined upon a reservation by the U.S. government. This journey was lead by Kit Carson and if any Navajo resisted they would be killed. Kit Carson was born on December 24, 1809 in Kentucky. He was raised on the Missouri frontier and had to give up his education to help his mother raise his 10 siblings after his father died in 1818. Even then he became an experienced trapper and hunter in his twenties, and by the 1850s he was an American soldier. Kit Carson eventually became an American Indian agent and most of his military was directed against the Navajo Indians. This is how he became the leader of the Long Walk. After the Navajos arrived at Fort Sumner for imprisonment there were too many people, nearly double of the Fort s capacity. There were issues with firewood, water and crops. There was not enough firewood to supply the warmth needed. The water was bad and made many sick with diseases. The crops failed and were infested by worms not giving them enough food for everybody to eat. So many of the Navajos died due the government s lack of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. 123456789 Jakki J. Mohr, Ph.D. Regents Professor Jeff and Martha Hamilton Distinguished Faculty Fellow February 2011 School of Business Administration University of Montana Missoula, MT 59812 (406) 243 2920; (406) 243 2086 (fax) Jakki.Mohr@business.umt.edu http://www.business.umt.edu/faculty/mohr/ EDUCATION Ph.D. 1989 University of Wisconsin Madison Marketing (Emphasis in Organizational Sociology) M.S. 1983 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado Marketing B.B.A. 1982 Boise State University, Boise, Idaho ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT 2002 to present Professor of Marketing, University of Montana Missoula 1997 2002 Associate Professor of Marketing University of Montana Missoula Spring ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jeff and Martha Hamilton Faculty Fellow (2005 2006) A stipend for excellence in teaching, research, and service given by the University of Montana School of Business Administration. University of Montana s Distinguished Scholar of the Year Award, April 2004. Provost s Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, December 5, 2003. Recipient (2003) of the Louis W. Stern Award, given for the outstanding article published in any AMA journal in the area of marketing channels and distribution between three and eight calendar years (1995 2000) after publication (Mohr, Fisher, and Nevin 1996, see list of publications below) Ron and Judy Paige Faculty Fellow, 2002 2004; 1999 2001. A 2 year stipend for excellence in teaching, research, and service given by the University of Montana School of Business.
  • 35. Awarded Best Paper of the Year (2002) by Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing (Mohr and Sengupta 2002, below). Awarded ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Canadian Retail Market Has A Complex And... The Canadian retail market has a complex and multidimensional history. Retail Nation: Department Stores and the Making of Modern Canada written by Donica Belisle, explores the journeys of major Canadian department stores such as Eaton s, Simpson s and HBC between the 1890 s and 1940 s. Specifically, she analyzes their development, morals and societal views from a feminist and paternalist perspective. These complex theories are coupled with both examples and clear explanations in order to gain a deep insight into the history of the Canadian retail market. In addition to a brief overview of the book, I will discuss the interest level, relevance, structure and potential bias within Belisle s work. Canada s department stores experienced significant success despite entering the retail market much after stores in Great Britain, France and the United States. After being established in the 1880 s and 90 s, they experienced rapid growth and eventually surpassed major international stores such as Macys, Fields and Wanamaker in sales and store size. This national market domination was far more prominent than anywhere elsewhere in the world (44). Their quick fortune was driven by the innovative use of catalogues and the opening of numerous branches during their heyday in the early 1900 s. This put primarily Eaton s, but also Simpson s and HBC, in the spotlight as globally recognized Canadian department stores. These great retail stores had a momentous effect on the Canadian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Giving Tree Shel Silverstein Analysis The Giving Tree is a poem by Shel Silverstein explaining the relationship between a boy and a tree. As the boy grew older he found he didn t need the tree as much anymore but he always came back to the tree when he was in need and the tree never refused him, he just continued to give without question. This poem helps us realize that you should always be there for someone to rely on, take life easy and just focus on what you need over what you want. Sometimes in life we re so quick to want to grow up that we may end up rushing through it and we aren t able to truly treasure the ideal moments that are worth living for. Life Is too short to skim through and wake up with regrets. Love the people who treat you right and dismiss those who don t. Believe that everything happens for a reason. If your life changes, let it be. Life may not be simple, but it is worth it. Don t stress it, take like easy and enjoy the precious moments in life and adore the genuine people in your life who would give anything to make you happy even if it means losing themselves in the process. I wish that I could give you something.... but I have nothing left. I am just an old stump. I am sorry.... I don t need very much now, said the boy. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The tree is an example of authentic friend for she possesses all of those qualities. She is always there to listen to the boy talk about what he wants and provides him with not only her support but also the materials he needs to achieve what he desires. No matter how bizarre his requests may be she doesn t judge him she continues to be there for him and support his wishes. well, an old stump is good for sitting and resting Come, Boy, sit down. Sit down and rest. And the boy did. And the tree was happy. Even after the tree was left with nothing but her stump she was still more than happy to provide what was left of her for the boy to finally ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Example Of Greedy Algorithm 3 Greedy Algorithm Greedy technique is an algorithm design policy, built on configurations such as different choices, values to find objective .Greedy algorithms produce good solutions on mathematical problems. The main aim is to find some configurations that are either maximized or minimized. Greedy Algorithms provide a solution for optimization problems that has certain sequence of steps, with a set of choices for each step. Another solution for Greedy algorithm is dynamic programming . It is also used to determine the best choices. But greedy algorithm always makes the choice that is best at the moment to provide the optimal solution for the problem. A greedy algorithm for an optimization always provides the current sub solution. Basically greedy algorithm always gives an optimal solution to the MST (Minimum Spanning tree)problem. Some Examples that are solved by greedy algorithm are Dijkstra s shortest path algorithm and Prim/Kruskal s algorithms. Greedy algorithm technique relies on following elements: configurations: It consists of different choices, values to apply on data. objective : some configurations to be either maximized or minimized to get the predefined objective. Greedy algorithms are applicable to optimization problems ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On the other hand it shows that data mining can become both a source of making discrimination and discovering discrimination items present in the dataset. Discrimination of data is categorized in two types as direct discrimination and indirect discrimination. Direct discrimination consists of data mining rules that inherently mention underprivileged groups based on sensitive discriminatory parameters present in that data set. Indirect discrimination consists of data mining rules that will not explicitly mentions the discriminatory ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Susane Character Profile Character Profile: The Tell Tale Heart. One of the most suspense filled short stories by Edgar Allen Poe, follows the narrator through the days that lead up to his loss in sanity. Now what did this man do to make him go insane? He committed a crime, to be more specific, murder. For seven long nights he would stalk up to an old man s bedroom and watch him sleep while shinning a crevice of light on his vulture eye , an eye that was blue and filmed over. On the eighth night was when the murder was committed. The old man woke up when he heard a sound in his room. The narrator was caught, but when he saw the eye he lashed out and crushed him under the bed, dismembered the body, and hid it under the floor boards. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The World Theory, And This Term Basically Means In the textbook, it mentions of a term called Carpentered World Theory and this term basically means that it is a perception about how individual s at least most American individuals see things that are shaped in a form of a rectangle unconsciously (Juang Matsumoto, Chapter 5, pg. 122). As for the lecture notes, it mentions how our culture is used to seeing objects in a rectangle shape (Lecture notes). Thus is true, we see rectangle shapes all the time while driving from place to place. For example would be the rectangle shape highway signs that we notice while driving past them. Another example would be the signs that say do not turn right on red; these signs are in the form of a rectangle. Lastly, is our cell phones; our modern ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In regards to the Mueller Lyer illusion, the textbook mentions how Rivers stated that most English saw the two lines more differently than any other cultural groups such as India or New Guinea (Juang Matsumoto, Chapter 5, pg. 122). I decided to try an experiment with the Mueller Lyer Illusion. I decided to ask 3 close friends of mine that are typical Americans. All but one was fooled by this illusion. Then, I decided to ask 3 friends of mine that are from a different culture, one of them lives in Australia, one is Korean and one was Native American. My friend who lives in Australia was fooled by this illusion, whereas the Korean and Native American friend of mine stated it was the same length but the arrows were oppositely flipped. I thought this was extremely interesting how each culture was either fooled or not fooled by this illusion. This proves to show that cultures could in fact view optical illusions differently because of either how they were raised or how they see the world in a different light than others in views on how they interpret objects. In regards to the recognition of objects within a visual scene there are uniquely clear differences between Americans and Japanese individuals. According to the textbook, it mentions how Masuda and Nisbett (2001) did a research study that asked Japanese and Americans to view an animated scene and then to recall how many objects were within that scene and how they found that there was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. History Of Nike Inc. Company History Nike Inc. was founded by track athlete Phil Knight and his coach Bill Bowerman in January 1964. The company use to be called Blue Ribbon Sports. In 1971 they changed the name to Nike after their partnership with a Japanese company ended. Now Nike Inc. controls more than half of athletic shoe market in the United States. In addition, they sell their products in more than 180 countries around the world. Nike stays organized by using three separate teams that work with suppliers. Their main focus and priorities for the business are to have sustainable products, manufacturing and marketplaces. Every team reports to the vice president of Sustainable Business Innovation then later reports directly to Nike s CEO and board of directors. Mission Nike mission is to bring motivation to everyone that wears the products. It suggests that Nike goal is to supply everyone in the world with athletic footwear, apparel and equipment. The company serves everyone and anyone that s has body and is interested in healthy lifestyle. The company will make a profit by selling to their customers or through dealer. In addition, Nike has reduced the design of their products and packaging to be more environment friendly. Target market Nike s products offer an assortment of product that tailor to the needs of each customer, therefore, Nike can target market each they want, so they can sell them their products. Nike target athletic appeal and accessories users are between the ages 15 to 49 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Biological And Trait Perspectives On The Human Personality Biological and Trait Perspectives and Explanations of Neuroticism Two perspectives on the human personality will be explained in the following two sections. The first perspective is the biological perspective of personality. This perspective focuses largely on the internal genetic makeup of an individual and the effects this has on his or her personality. The biological perspective is strongly based on other scientific fields in laboratory or clinical conditions such as biology and biochemistry. The biological perspective involves intricate and often time consuming scientific experiments to test for personality traits and correlations. Evolution is sometimes also mentioned within the biological perspective in sociobiology. The structure and function of the brain (neurobiology) is also central to the biological theory of personality. The second perspective to be mentioned is the trait perspective of personality. According to Costa and McCrae, examination of the trait theory of personality is required for someone to make sense of the human personality (1998). Two ideas are central to the trait perspective of personality: A person s behaviors, contemplations, and emotions are relatively stable in varying situations and with time, and each individual personality is different from all other personalities (Carver Sheier, 2012). The trait perspective asserts that personalities are made up of various traits that vary in degrees of strength. These traits are exemplified on a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Adult Criminals To hold adolescents to the same level of responsibility as adults in the legal system is an appalling notion, as an adolescent s thought processes are not fully formative. There are already more effective systems in place that are specifically geared towards adolescents, and being imprisoned with adults would also be detrimental to the impressionable mind of a youth. While it is important for anyone who commits a crime to be held accountable, the level to which the person may take responsibility will vary heavily, depending on age. Adolescents are not legally considered adults for a plethora of reasons, one of which being their rudimentary mental capacities. The treatment of a juvenile crime must differ from that of an adult crime, because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because an adolescent is not fully capable of understanding their crime, they should not be harshly punished with no explanation. Instead, they should be placed in therapy at a juvenile treatment center. Many high risk adolescents face issues of homelessness, physical or sexual abuse by a guardian, parental substance abuse, gang activity, and genetic predisposition to mental illness. These factors increase the likelihood of criminal behavior due to exposure during childhood or as a means to survive. For both high risk male and female juveniles, the risk of adult incarceration in any given year was reduced when they were in a serious relationship and/or regularly employed in the previous year (Joosen et al., 2015). Positive reinforcement stemming from the work place or a romantic relationship heavily influence many adolescent offenders. If these juvenile criminals were treated as adults in a court of law, they would later be void of these opportunities that could potentially transform their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Interconnectedness Of Cultural Anthropology And Folk... The chief concern of this paper is to explore the interconnectedness of cultural anthropology and folk literature. There are many essays that have already shown the interrelationship between folklore and anthropology1. Both these umbrella terms have many things in common but when it comes to folk literature and cultural anthropology, some distinctions become apparent. To say, hence, this paper is different in a sense that instead of dealing with the broad areas of folklore and anthropology, it looks at their branches and explores interconnectedness between them. Before moving further, one needs to understand the area of folklore and folk literature. American Folklore Society (AFS) defines folklore as the traditional art, literature, knowledge, and practice that is disseminated largely through oral communication and behavioral example . It clearly hints that folklore is a broad term which includes all the types of expressions whether oral, written, visual, or performative. This leads to an inference that folk literature is one of the branches of folklore which deals with verbal and written expressions. Similarly, anthropology is a jacket term which means a study of humanity including the prehistoric to contemporary, whereas the cultural anthropology is one of its four branches which aims to understand and define why a certain group behaves differently from the other group. These clarifications lead to another inference that though both anthropology and folklore study human ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...