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The Ethics Of Commercial Privacy
The Ethics of Commercial Privacy
In The Right of Privacy, Richard Posner argues that, the law should in general accord private business
information greater protection than it accords personal information. Secrecy is an important method of
appropriating social benefits to the entrepreneur who creates them while in private life it is more likely
to conceal discreditable facts (404). However, his argument is flawed, because it dehumanizes
individuals, disregarding the value of their privacy in order to place the corporate world above their
needs and rights. Posner s claim rests on his economic analysis, which holds that a business has a
greater potential for economic efficiency than an individual if its information is kept private. And it is
crucial to this analysis that privacy and prying be regarded as intermediate goods means to an end
rather than ends in themselves. Indeed Posner believes that we use prying and then work to conceal
our own information so as to come out ahead. Thus he argues that prying into the private lives of
friends is motivated by rational considerations of self interest, for it gives us a more holistic sense of
what kinds of people our friends may be (395). Posner believes that idle curiosity does not exist, then,
because our reasons for seeking out information always serve some greater end. Even gossip columns,
in Posner s opinion, are not, as Warren and Brandeis assert, deplorable. Rather, we use the personal
lives of successful people to
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Joint Commission Essay
The Joint Commission is a nonprofit organization that certifies more than 18,000 health care
organization and programs throughout the world. Founded in 1951, the Joint Commission provides a
national symbol of quality for health care as well as analyzes each organization s commitment to
meeting high quality performance standards. The Joint commission focuses on accrediting Acute Care
Hospitals, ambulatory, behavior health, long term care, health care facilities, clinical laboratories,
health care networks and hospice. Numerous of accreditation organization is also taking place within
the United States, but the Joint commission remains the largest The Joint commission accredits 20,000
organization which one third are Hospitals.
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The seven standing Broad committees also work on or as a liaison to other joint commission groups
such as the Professional and technical advisory committees, the Nursing Advisory committee, the
Hospital Advisory Group and the Survey Advisory Committee. The Joint commission emphasize is on
its Performance measurement structure which the measurement objectives must continue to adapt to
the continuous changes in healthcare. The Performance measurement structure consists of strategies
that have long term long term goals which are as followed:
1. Refinement which is the action of receiving electronic receipt for high quality standardized
performance measurement data and covers every aspect of care delivery.
2. The Performance measurement availability of the scope measurement to health care organization
that includes a set of measures to provide hospitals with other accreditation programs.
3. The Performance measurement strategies that continue to support and participation in the Hospital
quality allowance.
4. The measurement strategies will continue to create applications of measurement data to use for
accreditation, accountability, and public reporting purposes.
The importance of receiving accreditation from the Joint Commission is critical for medical facilities
because it represents high standards of quality assurance which
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Gm 520 Week 3
Page 1
The problem is found on page 313 of your textbook. Here is it, recapped:
2. Douglas Margreiter was severely injured in New Orleans on the night of April 6, 1976. He was the
chief of the pharmacy section of the Colorado Department of Social Services and was in New Orleans
to attend the annual meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association. On Tuesday evening, April
6, Mr. Margreiter had dinner at the Royal Sonesta Hotel with two associates from Colorado who were
attending the meeting and were staying in rooms adjacent to Mr. Margreiter s in the New Hotel
Monteleone. Mr. Margreiter returned to his room between 10:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.; one of his
friends returned to his adjoining room at the same time. Another friend was ... Show more content on
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M. without any attention or alarm resulting. This is therefore a very fertile ground for the hotels
attorneys to use as a defense. During Mr. M s treatment, if a blood alchohol was taken and it proved to
be high, this would add to the questionable nature of his story and refute the causation element.
Given, success with the above argument Proximate cause would also not exist.
4. Proximate Cause for the same reasons as stated above, I dont think proximate cause is established.
However, if Mr. M. was attacked in his room and the attackers did gain access as a result of the breach
then proximate cause would undoubtably exist.
5. Damages In this case damages unquestionably exist. Mr. M had significant injuries and has
apparently suffered some permanent impacts on his capacity as a result of the episode so the damages
element is satisfied.
2. Applying the facts you have from the case problem above only, lay out a case for negligence against
the hotel. Use the elements to outline the case. Start with the first element, explain what facts you have
for or against that element, and then continue through the five elements of negligence. If you do not
have enough facts to make your case, explain what facts you would need to have in order to support a
case of negligence. (Points : 10)
3. What defense(s) does the hotel have on its side? List (and define) those here. Very briefly state
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Dod s Sensitivity Levels
The DoD establishes sensitivity levels for identity authentication for information systems for the
purpose of determining appropriate authentication methods, assigning responsibilities and prescribed
procedures for implementation identity authentication of all entities to DoD information systems and
policies directing how all identity authentication processes are used in the DoD. The DoD s
implements these identity authentication procedures based on the sensitivity of the information or
facility that can be accessed, the strength of the identity credential and the environment or location
where the identity credential is being presented. (DoDI 8520.03, May 2011, pg. 12) Sensitivity of the
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The credential strength is defined by the resistance of the identity credential to forgery or fraudulent
use, the rigor the identity proofing and the protections incorporated into the process for issuing and
managing the identity credential s life cycle. The strengths of the identity credential are also
established for both classified (credential strengths labeled F H) and non classified environments
(credential strengths labeled A E). The final component of the DoD s identity authentication is the
entity environment. This is the specific environment from where any entity initiates an authentication
session. There are five unclassified entity environments being a DoD network, DoD managed
network, Partner managed network, user managed in the form of a personal computer or device and an
untrusted in terms of a computing asset that cannot be verified by the DoD. For classified entity
environments there are two, DoD network in where the computing asset is located on a DoD premises
or physically connected into a DoD classified network and Partner
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Americas Greatest Display Of Excellence
Golf Americas greatest display of excellence The only thing more challenging than life itself is golf.
Many of the traits that the American people pride themselves on displaying are prevalent in golf. One
area, in which the true American attitude is seen, is in the progression of golf. The American people
are extremely evolutionary. The American people are always building new equipment, a trait seen
everyday in golf. Throughout American history, tradition has been important, thus golf equipment has
changed but always retains it key qualities. Finding the easiest and most efficient way to do something
is also a major theme in American history. Through the changes made to the types of metals used in
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Soon artisans figured out that if they made the clubs out of tougher wood, it made it much easier to
play and to maintain equipment. Beech wood, holly wood, and apple wood became the fan favorites
for making clubs (World). With the new style of clubs came a new set of challenges. The more mass a
club has, the more force is needed to swing the club (chevronstemzone). Mass is often confused with
weight. They are not the same. Mass is defined as being the, the property of matter that measures its
resistance to acceleration by dictionary.com. On the other hand dictionary.com defines weight as
being, the force that gravitation exerts upon a body . Mass is essential to a golf club in all aspects. The
more mass a club has, the more force the user will be able to exert with the club (chevronstemzone).
Even in today s clubs, mass remains a key focus of designers. Since wooden clubs, a lot has been
learned about the best way to make a golf club. Today it is known that it is better to have mass spread
out among a club, offering more forgiveness. Priory it was thought that a club with a large center of
mass was more effective (chevronstemzone). The thought process made sense at the time. The idea
was that if the player could get a lot of mass right behind the ball, the ball would fly much farther
(chevronstemzone). Now, it is thought to be that if the mass is more spread out over the face of the
club, the club will offer
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Plaque Psoriasis Research Paper
BACKGROUND:
Psoriasis is a multi systemic, chronic, inflammatory disease, with the most common manifestations
being in the skin and joints.4, 5 It is estimated that 1 3% of the population has psoriasis, though it may
be less prevalent in Africa and Asia than other parts of the world.5 Psoriasis is further divided into
different categories, the most common of which is plaque psoriasis, which affects 80 90% of patients
with psoriasis.4 The defining characteristic of plaque psoriasis is the presence of erythematous,
sharply demarcated, scaly, white or silver plaques, which can range in their size and coverage of the
body.4 These plaques may be itchy and bleed if disturbed.5 The most common sites for plaques are
the trunk, buttocks, scalp, and limbs.4 Additionally about 1/3 of patients with plaque psoriasis also
suffer from nail pitting or dystrophy,6 and 1/3 of patients with psoriasis also have psoriatic arthritis,
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It is considered moderate to severe if it involves 5% of body area or involves crucial body regions,
which include hands, feet, face, and genitals.4, 8 Family history is prevalent in 1/3 of patients with
psoriasis.6 Additionally, there are many environmental triggers of psoriasis, including smoking, stress,
cold weather, alcohol abuse, and drugs such as beta blockers, lithium, NSAIDs, and tetracyclines.8
Though psoriasis is primarily known as a skin and joint condition, it can also increase the risk of non
melanoma skin cancer, lymphoma, and cardiovascular disease.6 Psoriasis also has implications in a
patient s social and mental
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Longitudinal Waves Compare And Contrast
Transverse and Longitudinal waves are different due to the fact that Longitudinal waves are waves
that vibrate in a parallel direction in a back and forth motion compared to that of the motion. However,
transverse waves are when the waves moves at a perpendicular direction of the motion. They are
similar because they both make waves when their is motion or energy involved in their movement. In
longitudinal waves the object doesn t exactly follow the waves fully instead the object moves in a
back and forth motion while the waves continues to move forward through the object. While in
transverse waves the object doesn t follow the waves as well and just moves up and down in the same
position. These waves can help us in our daily lives like with
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Domestic Violence Seminar
On Thursday night I went to the Shatter the Silence, Stop the Violence seminar by the Sexual Assault
and Violence Education (SAVE) Committee. During the seminar I learned about several parts of
dating and domestic violence, as well as healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships. I was familiar
with many of these topics, but hadn t gone so far in depth with them before.
First of all, dating violence and domestic violence are completely different things. Dating violence is
when physical violence is used against or between one s significant other and oneself. Meanwhile,
domestic violence is violence against or between someone one lives with and oneself. For example,
dating violence is happening if one s boyfriend or girlfriend were to slap one s face without consent.
Domestic violence can occur between parents and children, husbands and wives, or even roommates.
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Everyone had to assess the same statements, and circle either comfortable or not comfortable. Just
about every response was divided between comfortable and not comfortable, except for your partner
takes you out to dinner, to which everyone responded with comfortable. This demonstrates that
different people are comfortable or uncomfortable with different things, depending on how they were
raised and past dating experience. Thus, the lists of signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships will
not be completely accurate for different relationships.
I haven t had great experiences dating. While I won t go into details here, I feel I tend to be more
sensitive in my answers to the statements about what I am comfortable with in a relationship. Even
with that past relationship being done for over a year now, it still makes it so I m not interested in
dating anyone, and I m not willing to put up with just about anything in a hypothetical
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Examples Of Teenage Rebellion In Romeo And Juliet
Teenage rebellion is a frequent theme in stories. The tragic love story written by William Shakespeare,
Romeo and Juliet, is an example of teenage rebellion because there are two teenagers, each
respectively had their own side, that fell in love with each other and crave to be together. However,
their sides immensely abhor each other. However, Romeo and Juliet attempt to fight through the
conflict. Romeo and Juliet theme of teenage rebellion can correlate to The Little Mermaid and The
Hunger Games.
The teenage rebellion theme has been occurring for a long period of time, and is a very entertaining
one, too. An example of teenage rebellion in the classic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, when Romeo
appears to the Capulet s party, uninvited, and kisses
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Accounting Primer
[pic] ACC/537 Week One Topic One University Tools 1 University Tools Primer The University Tools
Primer is designed to familiarize you with the myriad of tools provided by the University of Phoenix
to assist in your success. For example, did you know that the University of Phoenix Library contains
thousands of up to date journals, newspapers, industry reports, and research databases? This
University Tools Primer sends you on a search to answer 14 questions similar to the following
question: Access the University Library page by going to the Library tab in your student portal and
select the link for the University Library. On the lower right hand side, under the section titled Library
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a. Guidelines for Writing Academic Papers b. University of Phoenix Library Tutorial c. Sample Case
Study d. Grammar Guide 3. Out in the business world almost all projects are completed by some type
of team or collaborative group of individuals. At the University of Phoenix, you will gain experience
with project collaboration in a safe and supportive environment. These skills will carry you through
teamings and collaborations on future real world s projects where success may mean more pay, a
promotion, or another major reward or compensation. To assist in the areas involved in teamwork and
team building the University of Phoenix provides you with the Learning Team Toolkit. This Learning
Team Toolkit is your gateway to materials that will help you achieve greater professional competence
as a member and leader of work teams. Go to the Library tab in your student portal and select the link,
Read all Aspects of Teamwork located on the right side of the webpage under Learning Team Toolkit.
Then, under the category Toolkit Essentials, open the Learning Team Handbook and select which
Purpose for Learning Team Benefits is listed. a. Serve as laboratories through which students develop
into effective leaders and members of workplace teams. a. Provide a sense of community and support
that is invaluable in helping working adults cope with the challenge of balancing
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Physical Status Score Improves Predictions Of Survival...
Full title: Self reported fitness combined with American Society of Anaesthesiologists Physical Status
Score improves predictions of survival after endovascular aneurysm repair
Category: Original article
Short title: Combining self reported fitness and ASA improves survival predictions after EVAR
Authors:
Mary Barnes (BAppSc, GradDipMath)1 , Margaret Boult (BSc (Hons), GDIM)2, Prue Cowled
(BSc(Hons), PhD)2, Robert A Fitridge (MS, FRACS)2
Affiliations:
1CSIRO, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia
2Discipline of Surgery, The University of Adelaide, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, South
Australia 5011, Australia
Corresponding author:
Professor Robert Fitridge,
Discipline of Surgery, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
28 Woodville Road, Woodville South, South Australia, 5011, AUSTRALIA
Telephone number: +61 8 8222 7711, Fax number: +61 8 8222 6028
Email: robert.fitridge@adelaide.edu.au
Source of Funding: This study was funded from a project grant (565335) awarded by the National
Health and Medical Research Council of Australia
Keywords: Endovascular procedures; aortic aneurysm, abdominal; physical fitness, ASA, mortality;
registries; aged.
Abstract
Introduction:
Although the American Society of Anaesthesiologists Physical Status Score was established for
statistical purposes, it is often used prognostically. However, older patients undergoing elective
surgery are most often classified ASA 3, which limits the ability to stratify patients. We look at the
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Huck Finn Moral Integrity Essay
The Moral Integrity of Huckleberry Finn Morality is most often defined as the principles concerning a
distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior. A choice will always be made that
defines a character and their moral integrity. In Mark Twain s novel, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ,
Huck encounters a frequent amount of circumstances where he or other characters are put into
situations in which morality is called into question. This proves that regardless of religious influences
and social expectations, it is through Huck to do what is morally right, he must challenge the moral
teaching of his world and society. Through his observation, Huck makes some poor choices that may
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One uv em is white en shiny, eb tother one is black. De white one gits him to go right, a little while,
den de black one sail in en bust it all up (Twain 141). This is the general idea related with morality. It
connects to the expectations of the society where right and wrong influences how the people act in
their normal lives. This can also be represented by the murders on the ship and how they decide not to
kill Jim Turner, but say that it ain t good sense, it ain t good morals (172). The characters and how
they live reflect the way that, not only how their society views them but also separate the view of the
righteous and devout against the moral unjust.
Clearly, Huck s society portrays what is morally okay and yet Huck starts to question the uncertainty
of the community. For instance, as Huck starts to progress and notice the wrongs of his society and his
father is also challenged to progress based on the town and their goals. Twain describes this kind rehab
by saying that The new judge brought Huck s father to his own home, cleaned him up, fed him and
even got him to admit his faults and yet he reverts back to his old habits (144). Huck s father
obviously is showing signs of uncertainty despite the revelation of his life, he is constantly trending
back towards his old habits. The Judge even says that he felt kind of sore. He said he reckoned a body
could reform the old man with a shot gun, maybe, but he didn t
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Dangers Of Social Media Essay
Social Media, A Threat to American Democracy? Social media is a large threat to 21st century
American democracy. Social media has become a very dangerous need in today s society. To many, it
appeared as if social media was eating away at the very foundations of our democracies (Kossow, 2).
Social media, especially nowadays, is very threatening and dangerous for society in many scary ways.
People of all ages, men and women are very influenced by social media and have more than one
source of social media on their smartphones. The media can rapidly spread stories and news headlines
within minutes by sharing on Facebook or retweeting on Twitter. There are many fake news stories
and made up headlines all over social media. Social medias such as Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram
are all major medias that are most common to the age group of people who read news articles and are
drawn to fake news sites. Fake news sites are meant to look legit and they draw people to believe they
are real news stories by using pictures, quotes, and other forms of manipulation. Hillary Clinton, for
example, is one person who was highly attacked through fake news stories in the 2016 presidential
election. Fake news headlines spread very quickly through social media and it highly affected the
election. Social media is what facilitates hate speech, what shows public humiliation, and the targeted
marginalization of disadvantage or minority voices. The media and the high technology these days
captures
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Narrative Essay About The Fair
I was an uneventful day and the bright morning sun gistered against the morning dew as it shun
through my shiny bedroom window. My bedroom reminds me of a store with endless products and a
theatre with a large television. I am just wealthy. My family is wealthy. I was heading downstairs in
my blue nike bed slippers, hopped off with my favorite sweat pants and extended shirt. I was doing
my regular routine of checking what my wife is cooking for breakfast. Good morning daddy, are we
still going to the fair? Well..... I can t wait to see my friends, I can t wait to see my friends! My little
lovely but annoying daughter Simone is always excited to leave home to meet her friends at at the fair.
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She can hear sounds from a far distance which made it hard for me to steal food at nights. She laughed
at me as she packed the pancakes in our lunch bag for the fair. we re ready now let s go! I said to my
daughter. Simone dashed excitedly through the front door so quickly that she almost fell to her face.
On our way to the bus stop I came up on the sickening figure, the poor beggar wrapped in ragged
clothes. Beg yaa money nuh. The beggar was a gambler who had lost everything due to his habit. He
could not pay for his bills or mortgage and as a result his house was repossessed. We are very high
minded so we gave him no answer. We decided to take a bus to the fair leaving our Honda in out
garage. We were just in time for the bus. Timberly Sat behind the driver s seat with Simone. On our
way to the fair Timberly and I talked about missing work to go to the fair. Upon arriving at the fair,
my daughter dashed out of the bus to talk to her friends. Timberly and I stepped out of the bus to view
everything that was going on. Simone did not even introduce her friends to us but instead she started
to play with them. There was alot of amusement and attraction at the fair such as the magicians and
students performing. There fair had hundreds of persons in
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Housing And Community Preservation Committee
NORTHAMPTON HOUSING
NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Mary Clare Higgins, Mayor
Prepared by the Northampton Housing Partnership
Gordon Shaw, Chair
Lynne Wallace, Vice Chair
Martha Ackelsberg
Northampton Housing Needs
Assessment
1
Maureen Carney
Margaret Murray
Richard Abuza
Betsy Siersma
Technical support from Wayne Feiden, Director of Planning and
Development, Peg Keller, Housing and Community Development Senior
Planner, and Teri Anderson, Director of Community and Economic Dev.
Karen Sunnarborg, Consultant
Substantial component of a Strategic Housing Plan
Serves as a local resource/reference on wide range of housing issues including characteristics, trends,
market conditions, resources and priority needs
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Northampton Housing Needs
Assessment
4 area median income with housing costs of no more than 30% of income.
Community housing: Affordable to households earning at or below 100% of area median income.
Workforce housing: Affordable to households earning between 80% and 120% of area median income
What housing is affordable in
Northampton?
Of the 12,282 year round housing units, 1,452 units or
11.8% are currently included in the state s Subsidized
Housing Inventory (SHI). Also, 93 units are eligible for inclusion, bringing the percentage to 12.7%
(10.9% without Hathaway Farms).
Planned development should push Northampton
Northampton Housing Needs
Assessment
5 beyond 12%.
The number of affordable units needed will increase over time based on housing growth, projected to
be almost 13,000 for the next census.
Expiring affordability restrictions threaten to eliminate some units from SHI in the future.
Level of Affordability
Northampton and Neighbors
Level of Affordable Housing
11.10%
13.20%
11.80%
7.90%
0.08
0.1
0.12
0.14
Percent Affordable Housing
Northampton Housing Needs
Assessment
6
6.70%
3.30%
0.00%
0
0.02
0.04
0.06
Amherst/1,016 Easthampton/471 Hadley/257 Hatfield/47 Narthampton/1,252 Westhampton/0
Williamsburg/83
Community/Number of Affordable Units
Percent Affordable Housing
Demographic Profile Population stability with small recent declines in population and slow future
growth
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The Devil s Advocate
Oftentimes, movies about lawyers make it seem like the characters sell their souls to the devil, but in
The Devil s Advocate, they literally do. This movie chronicles the story of Kevin Lomax (Keanu
Reeves), a successful defense lawyer, and his later revealed father John Milton (Al Pacino), the head
of New York City law firm, and Satan. Throughout the movie, Milton slowly coaxes Lomax away
from his family and morals, and towards his selfish, prideful ways in an attempt to have Kevin help
him create the Anti Christ. In the end, Kevin rejects his father and his evil plan by killing himself, but
fortunately, he receives a second chance at life to make right choices. The movie s director, Taylor
Hackford, uses the devil s role in the Hebrew Bible,
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Words Against Tyrants
Words against Tyrants: A Defense of Literature Silence is golden; yet with the controlling nature of
censorship and the ignorance that comes with it, this simple saying falls short. This tyranny relates to
the ideas presented in Salman Rushdie s Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Robert Fulford s article The
heritage of storytelling , and the theory of archetypes outlined by Carl Jung. These texts demonstrate
the importance of stories by analyzing the role of narratives or by presenting literature s struggle as a
story. It is necessary to defend literature against tyranny because it is a responsible for the operation of
society, is a biological imperative, and provides a reason for being. Protecting stories from oppression
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This is highly evident in the work of psychologist Carl Jung, who developed the theory of archetypes.
The fundamental quality of the archetype, as Jung conceived it, is that it is primordial, a preconscious,
instinctual expression of man s basic nature [...] The archetype is universal; it is generated by man s
psyche regardless of time or place ( Archetypal Criticism 46). Jung s archetypes (repeating emblems
in stories) are based on the biological instinct of human beings. He attributes an important and
universal part of literature to an expression of innate needs wired into the minds of all. The patterns of
storytelling entails that it is a necessary portrayal of wide reaching psychological
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How The Public Opinion Affects, Shapes, And Provides...
Privatizing Sand Castles
Presented by:
Eliane Fahed
Rodrigue Farah
Ziad Hajal
Abstract:
Absences of public spaces affect people except who jump from 5 stars hotels to 5 stars resorts.
Unfortunately, the majority of Lebanon s beaches are being transferred from public to private.
Because this privatization influenced low and medium income people, activists acted toward it so
government took measures but institutions barely amend it.
This paper will tackle how the public opinion affects, shapes, and provides solutions.
Outline
I Introduction
a. Brief background
II Problematical issues a Activists revolution b Legal status and statements c Corruption and violations
III Personal synthesis and solutions
IV Conclusion
V References
Cultures and climates differs all over the world, but people are the same. They will gather in public if
u give them a good place to do it. Jan Gehl.
Beaches are public spaces that gathered people to swim, splash the waves, watch, and surf. It is the
place where individuals from all social status meet, while it is being privatized for economic purpose.
Unfortunately, the majority cannot even afford the entrance fees, while public beaches became
countable and away from the city. So how public opinion is dealing with privatizing public beaches?
Do you remember Tam Tam beach located at Byblos seashore with free entrance? It is now only a
memory;
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Descriptive Essay About Eiffel Tower
Memoir
I had seen it so much on TV, in pictures, everywhere. I was now going to be able to experience it for
myself. The huge metal structure I had seen in my dreams had finally appeared in real life. Built way
before I was born, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most sought after things to see. My family and I were
four of the seven million visitors this year. It shows to, the line just to buy tickets was about an hour
long, but well worth it. We had just gotten off a bus tour that took us through the heart of Paris, we
saw old statues and monuments that had been built throughout the years. We smelled the food from
the nearby street vendors and restaurants. We saw all the shiny and sumptuous purses, and clothing
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We had been looking out for about an hour and my parents said we should find a stop. My brother
yelled out, Let s go to that tower, as he pointed at the Eiffel Tower in the distance. My parents glanced
at each other for a long two seconds and said in unison, Sure! So it was decided that in about fifteen
minutes we were going to visit the Eiffel Tower. After the longest time, I heard the person announce
through the cheap maroon earbuds, This is the Eiffel Tower Stop. I leaped out of my seat very excited,
ready to go. My parents said that there was going to be a very long wait and that we would have to be
patient if we wanted to go. We waited in the security line just to enter for about thirty minutes. My
brother was already complaining, saying that he was tired and wanted to lay down. Again, my parents
said that if he really wanted to go he better stop complaining. From there the line to get tickets was a
lot longer. Although it was longer it was the better of the two lines because we all talked and had a
good time waiting. Before we knew it we were first in line and were about to get our tickets to ride the
lift up to the
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Essay about Test-Retest Reliability,
1. Describe an example of test retest reliability. Test retest reliability is conducting the same test with
the same respondents at different moments of time. For example, a group of participants is given a
personality test and then are given the same is tested at a later time, maybe a month or year later
(Kline, 2005). 2. If the correlation between test scores at Time 1 and Time 2 is 0.85, how would this be
interpreted? The correlation between Time 1 and Time 2 is 0.85 and is significant (0.000); however, if
the reliability drops from 0.85 it must be decided if the test needs to be reexamined (Kline, 2005). 3.
What are some problems associated with reliability assessed via the test retest method? The problem
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6. Why is internal consistency such an easy way to assess reliability from a methodological
perspective? The internal consistency has items that are intended to measure the same characteristic,
and this makes it easier to establish reliability (Kline, 2005). For example, you can use 6 different
items related to depression (Kline, 2005). 7. If you obtained a reliability estimate of 0.80 on a test,
how would you interpret it and use the test? This is an acceptable value of alpha, making the test
reliable (Kline, 2005). Chapter 8 1. If a Kendall s coefficient of concordance of 0.70 is obtained, what
type of data has been analyzed and what can be concluded about the reliability? The Kendall s
coefficient of concordance is an index of interrater reliability of ordinal data, in this case indicating
that the reliability is low (Kline, 2005). 2. If a Cohen s kappa of 0.70 is obtained, what type of data has
been analyzed and what can be concluded about the reliability? Cohen s kappa measures the
agreement between two raters only, and it can be concluded that the reliability is low in this example
(Kline, 2005). 3. What is reliability generalization? Reliability generalization examines reliability of
scores from tests and detect the causes of measurement error (Kline, 2005). Compare and contrast
inter rater, test retest, parallel forms, and internal consistency reliability. What are the advantages and
disadvantages of each?
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The University Of New Jersey
Dear Dr. Tracy Perron the Chair of Student Affairs,
I, Flora Ajayi, was dismissed from the Nursing program at The College of New Jersey due to my
performance in Principles of Microbiology (BIO 144) and Anatomy Physiology II (BIO 142 ), which
are major Nursing prerequisites. I take responsibility for my academic progressions and understand
the consequences and rewards of the Academic realm. The study habits that allowed me to flourish in
high school, for example, studying class notes and reviewing a week before the exam, simply did not
work in college. This forced me into a state of panic, which led me not to do well in both science
classes. Studying effectively in college is different than studying in high school due to the rigor of the
course and my attempt to process on a higher academic level. My inability to succeed in the sciences
during my spring semester, despite my early success, has allowed for both personal growth and self
reflection while repeating BIO 144 and BIO 142.
At the conclusion of both of my science classes, I would seek out a quiet study area and recall what I
had learned in each lecture. The recollection of events not only allows one to retain information in a
short time, but allows one to see both their weaknesses and strengths. Instead of working on these
weaknesses, I would focus solely on my strengths, thinking that it was the most important information
I needed to learn. This flawed reasoning is the reason why I was close, but did not meet
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The Historical Importance Of Hamlet By William Shakespeare
To be or not to be? That is the question that has passed over the lips of countless actors playing
Hamlet in the last four centuries on stage and screen. As an English poet, playwright and actor born in
the 16th centuries, William Shakespeare must be the undeniable greatest writer of his time. Even
though centuries passed, people never forgot his unique language and those vivid characters he
created. But as more advanced technique and new knowledge access our daily life and studies
nowadays, some might think the remain place for Shakespeare that has been kept for hundreds of
years seems to be unnecessary. However, the modern recomposed works of Shakespeare has proved
that his place in the modern society can still sustain steady for a long period of time.
Looking back at the 16th centuries, Shakespeare was one of the most important representative of
literature and drama during the time of the Renaissance. All of his personal thoughts and the figures he
created cannot leave the major historical themes of the Renaissance, which is the progress of
humanism, secularism and individualism. The society in the plays were based on the life and
community during this period of time. Identically, the character s personality and their attitude of
matters were the reflection of life during the Renaissance, and so does Shakespeare. Their clothings,
their status, identity and the way people communicate...... As it incarnates, the historical value of
studying the backgrounds of Shakespeare s
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Socrates Unjust Man
Throughout The Republic, Plato tries to paint a picture of a just man and an unjust man. Socrates is
constantly challenged at both ends of the topic. Answering to the challenges Socrates describes an
unjust man as happy on paper, and a just man happy and content in their soul. An unjust man in
Socrates view is a rich man. An unjust man is only happy on paper but is that real happiness. An
unjust man always wants more than he can obtain, and tries to gain it, when he cannot he is
disappointed. An unjust man will be mean with their own money... but they ll love to spend other
people s because of their appetites. Plato divides the soul into two sections reason, spirit/indignation
and appetites/desires. The unjust person lets his indignation and desires rule and keeps reason on the
sideline. Once one of those takes place of reason, the man is in a state of chaos and starts behaving
unjustly. The more the appetite grows the more unhappy he becomes, being subjected to his desires.
Socrates goes on to explain an unjust man by comparing different societies and shows how they all
start from a just society. However, they become corrupted. This is explained while Socrates describes
the transformation from a Timocracy government to an Oligarchy. Socrates explains how if a person
were to proceed further into money making, the more they value it, and the more they would be
enslaved by it. Furthermore, Plato saves the worst society for last, Tyranny. Some people may
consider them to be
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Compare And Contrast Of Mount Of Holy Victory, By Paul...
One of Paul Cezanne s exquisite paintings was that of Mount Sainte Victoire. Dating back to around
1902, Cezanne s mount of holy victory painting has many unique characteristics that make it unlike
other paintings of that time. Cezanne s style encompasses many aspects of modernism within it.
Modernism is the idea that the world is represented by experiences, rather than as one may have
thought it to previously be. In this work of art, Cezanne uses a few contrasting colors and creates
several implied lines that draw the eye to notice the volumes in which the space is filled. He uses color
in the way in which it constructs a three dimensional view, while constructing form. Cezanne had a
unique process of painting that did not reflect nature.
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Nick Holonyak And The Invention Of Light Diode ( Led )
Nick Holonyak and the Invention of Light Emitting Diode (LED) Introduction Nick Holonyak was
born in the United States of America in Zeigler, Illinois on the third of November in 1928. He was the
son of the immigrants from the country, which is currently called Ukraine. Holonyak studied electrical
engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, where he attained his Master s along
with his Ph.D. degrees and graduated in 1954 (Holonyak, 1962). He worked at the Bell Telephone
Laboratories the year that followed his graduation and later in the military, where he worked for two
years. Holonyak joined the general electric (GE) fraternity in 1957. This community was a team of the
researchers that have been working on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Holonyak has been presented with the awards from George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Vladimir
Putin, and Emperor Akihito of Japan (Laskow, 2014). He received the IEEE Edison Medal in 1989
due to his outstanding career in the field of the electrical engineering. The reward also recognized him
for his remarkable advances in the semiconductor physics. Besides, he was awarded with the Charles
Hard Townes Award in 1992 and got a NAS Award in 1993 for Industrial Application of Science. The
2001 Frederic Ives Medal along with the IEEE Medal of Honor given to him in 2003 are among the
many awards Holonyak has received in his life. Other Contributors to the LED Invention There have
been notable contributors to the invention of the LED, including Shuji Nakamura, Hiroshi Amano, and
Isamu Akasaki. In the year 1972, the blue LED was created by Herbert Paul Maruska. The latter has
used gallium nitride (GaN) on a sapphire substrate (Thompson Holonyak, 1981). However, the first
blue lights denoted inefficiency and did not produce enough light. In the year 1990, Amano and
Alaska established Gallium Nitride (GaN) LED at Nagoya University (Akasaki Amano, 2006). In fact,
these developments have transformed lighting of the 21st century, where the LED lamps have replaced
the incandescent lamps that were hazardous. The initial highly bright blue LED was developed in
1994 by Shuji
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Metrology and Instrumentation (M602) -Module 2
METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2
Metrology and instrumentation (M602) Module 2
Gauges:
๏ƒ˜ Gauges are scale less inspection tools at rigid design which are used to check the dimension of
measured parts. ๏ƒ˜ They do not determine the actual size or dimension of parts. ๏ƒ˜ No need of
calculations.
Classification
According to type: 1) Standard gauges 2) Limit Gauges According to purpose: 1) Workshop gauge 2)
Inspection Gauge 3) Reference / Master gauges According to the form of tested surface: 1) Plug
Gauge 2) Snap/Ring Gauges According to the design: 1) Single limit and double limit gauges 2)
Single ended and double ended gauges 3) Fixed and Adjustable gauges
Design of gauges
Taylor s principle of gauge design
Designed by William ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The angle is calculated by using the sine rule. Some engineering and metalworking reference books
contain tables showing the dimension required to obtain an angle from 0 90 degrees, incremented by 1
minute intervals. Angles may be measured or set with this tool. Principle Angles are measured using a
sine bar with the help of gauge blocks and a dial gauge or a spirit level. The aim of a measurement is
to make the surface on which the dial gauge or spirit level is placed horizontal. For example, to
measure the angle of a wedge, the wedge is placed on a horizontal table. The sine bar is placed over
the inclined surface of the wedge. At this position, the top surface of the sine bar is inclined the same
amount as the wedge. Using gauge blocks, the top surface is made horizontal. The sine of the angle of
inclination of the
METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2 wedge is the ratio of the height
of the gauge blocks used and the distance between the centers of the cylinders.
METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2
METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2
METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2
Angle Gauges
Opus Angle Gauges are available as thin series gauges 50mm x 9mm or to NPL Specification
MOY/SCMI/18 combination angle gauges.
Both styles are made from high quality steel and hardened to 800 Hv (64 Rc) Minimum. Each gauge is
lapped with a superior, highly
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Jake Hemingway
If he cannot heal himself ,perhaps he can heal others. In the end, not an impotence at all. (Bradley
,2014 ,P.239) Bradley explains that Jake shares the steer the good aspects and his comment copes with
what Hemingway asserted in an interview with George Plimpton after some years from releasing the
novel that Jake was not emasculated in the manner of a steer .Although some critics and readers point
out that Jake resemble Cohn as both follow Brett around like a steer but to compare Cohn to a steer is
to imply ,symbolically, that he has no guts , no courage which contradict with Jake who absolutely
have them. The impact of the great war motivated Hemingway to design the plot of this post war
novel and granted him an insight into human ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Schwarz in his essay American Prohibition , Nationalism , and Expatriation in The Sun Also Rises
points out that Hemingway was certainly one such writer. Like many alcoholics , Hemingway did not
view his excessive drinking as a disease , and he does not present in The Sun also Rises as such .
Rather , drinking in the novel actualizes Hemingway s own view of drinking , and signifies both a
communal enjoyment of life and its pleasures and a manner of rebelling against prohibition and its
nationalist agendas . ( Schwarz , 2011 , P185
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Connotation In Frankenstein
Mary Shelley wrote her first novel, Frankenstein, in 1818, using a mixture of gothic and romantic
conventions. Shelley depicts a complex relationship between a creator, Victor Frankenstein, and his
creation. While the romantic setting helps to characterize Frankenstein and his creation, the dark
gothic nature of the work helps to build suspense. While Frankenstein and his creation are talking for
the first time, their true emotions toward one another are revealed. Through the use of various literary
techniques, Shelley conveys the relationship between Victor Frankenstein and his creation as one
absorbed with deep hatred and misunderstanding established through assumptions. Throughout the
passage, the hatred Frankenstein and his creation have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For instance, Frankenstein tells his creation that [he] could, with the extinction of [the creation s]
miserable existence, restore those victims whom [he has] so diabolically murdered! The negative
connotation of diabolically, which is associated with devils, illustrates how Frankenstein views his
creation. He makes an assumption about the creation murdering someone, while there is no evidence
of to support this accusation. Even more, Victory claims that the tortures of hell are too mild a
vengeance for thy crimes. Frankenstein continues to assume the creation is the one that committed
these crimes. He claims that even hell [is] too mild for these crimes. After this assumption, the
creation entreats [Victor] to hear [him], before [he] gives vent to [his] hatred on [the creation s]
devoted head. The assumptions made by Frankenstein and the hatred he has for his creation leads to
him misunderstanding the case the creation is attempting to create for himself. The creature begs for
Frankenstein to hear [him] before his assumption driven hatred and misconception comes down on
[the creation s] devoted head. Subsequently, the creation states that [he] was benevolent and good;
misery made [him] a fiend. Victor and every other human the creation has come in contact with make
presumptions about him that has destroyed any hint of benevolence still in him. The creature was
misunderstood, and for this reason, he is now miserable. In fact, the creation continues to plead for
Victor to listen to [him]; and then, if [Victor] can, and if [he] will, destroy the work of [his] hands. The
creation asks to be heard by his creator without any accusations, and then, if Victor believes that it is
necessary, he may destroy his own work. He uses destroy the work of [his]
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Chapter 30 Of Inkheart Cultural Analysis
I believe the world and all that s in it is one big family, and we need to help each other. This quote
says that no matter who you are, you have a family that can help you and that you need to help others.
Chapter 29 of Inkheart by Cornelia Funke supports this theory, because while Meggie and Mo were
talking they thought about Dustfinger. They were wondering if he was ok. This shows that they really
do care about Dustfinger after he betrayed them. This shows us that everyone makes mistakes, and
everyone is forgiven and someone to help them in hard times. I believe the world and all that s in it is
one big family, and we need to help each other. Chapter 30 of Inkheart by Cornelia Funke supports
this theory, because when Basta grabbed Pippo
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Analysis Of The Physician-Patient Relationship
Within their paper, Childress and Siegler expand upon five models of physician patient relationships
that are omnipresent within the healthcare setting: Paternalism, Partnership, Friendship, Contract, and
Technical Assistance (Childress and Siegler 74). By using these models, physicians often use these
social frameworks to appeal to ethical principles related to informed consent or shared decision
making or, at a deeper level, [the] goal of respecting patient autonomy (Schwartz 2011). While the
substantial purpose of using these models is to help alleviate the excruciating effects of disease, there
are drawbacks to these models where efforts to respect patient autonomy may aggravate a patients
suffering, specifically paternalism. Advocates
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  • 6. Americas Greatest Display Of Excellence Golf Americas greatest display of excellence The only thing more challenging than life itself is golf. Many of the traits that the American people pride themselves on displaying are prevalent in golf. One area, in which the true American attitude is seen, is in the progression of golf. The American people are extremely evolutionary. The American people are always building new equipment, a trait seen everyday in golf. Throughout American history, tradition has been important, thus golf equipment has changed but always retains it key qualities. Finding the easiest and most efficient way to do something is also a major theme in American history. Through the changes made to the types of metals used in golf clubs. Also the changes to the golf ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Soon artisans figured out that if they made the clubs out of tougher wood, it made it much easier to play and to maintain equipment. Beech wood, holly wood, and apple wood became the fan favorites for making clubs (World). With the new style of clubs came a new set of challenges. The more mass a club has, the more force is needed to swing the club (chevronstemzone). Mass is often confused with weight. They are not the same. Mass is defined as being the, the property of matter that measures its resistance to acceleration by dictionary.com. On the other hand dictionary.com defines weight as being, the force that gravitation exerts upon a body . Mass is essential to a golf club in all aspects. The more mass a club has, the more force the user will be able to exert with the club (chevronstemzone). Even in today s clubs, mass remains a key focus of designers. Since wooden clubs, a lot has been learned about the best way to make a golf club. Today it is known that it is better to have mass spread out among a club, offering more forgiveness. Priory it was thought that a club with a large center of mass was more effective (chevronstemzone). The thought process made sense at the time. The idea was that if the player could get a lot of mass right behind the ball, the ball would fly much farther (chevronstemzone). Now, it is thought to be that if the mass is more spread out over the face of the club, the club will offer ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Plaque Psoriasis Research Paper BACKGROUND: Psoriasis is a multi systemic, chronic, inflammatory disease, with the most common manifestations being in the skin and joints.4, 5 It is estimated that 1 3% of the population has psoriasis, though it may be less prevalent in Africa and Asia than other parts of the world.5 Psoriasis is further divided into different categories, the most common of which is plaque psoriasis, which affects 80 90% of patients with psoriasis.4 The defining characteristic of plaque psoriasis is the presence of erythematous, sharply demarcated, scaly, white or silver plaques, which can range in their size and coverage of the body.4 These plaques may be itchy and bleed if disturbed.5 The most common sites for plaques are the trunk, buttocks, scalp, and limbs.4 Additionally about 1/3 of patients with plaque psoriasis also suffer from nail pitting or dystrophy,6 and 1/3 of patients with psoriasis also have psoriatic arthritis, which manifests in the joints.7 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is considered moderate to severe if it involves 5% of body area or involves crucial body regions, which include hands, feet, face, and genitals.4, 8 Family history is prevalent in 1/3 of patients with psoriasis.6 Additionally, there are many environmental triggers of psoriasis, including smoking, stress, cold weather, alcohol abuse, and drugs such as beta blockers, lithium, NSAIDs, and tetracyclines.8 Though psoriasis is primarily known as a skin and joint condition, it can also increase the risk of non melanoma skin cancer, lymphoma, and cardiovascular disease.6 Psoriasis also has implications in a patient s social and mental ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Longitudinal Waves Compare And Contrast Transverse and Longitudinal waves are different due to the fact that Longitudinal waves are waves that vibrate in a parallel direction in a back and forth motion compared to that of the motion. However, transverse waves are when the waves moves at a perpendicular direction of the motion. They are similar because they both make waves when their is motion or energy involved in their movement. In longitudinal waves the object doesn t exactly follow the waves fully instead the object moves in a back and forth motion while the waves continues to move forward through the object. While in transverse waves the object doesn t follow the waves as well and just moves up and down in the same position. These waves can help us in our daily lives like with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Domestic Violence Seminar On Thursday night I went to the Shatter the Silence, Stop the Violence seminar by the Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) Committee. During the seminar I learned about several parts of dating and domestic violence, as well as healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships. I was familiar with many of these topics, but hadn t gone so far in depth with them before. First of all, dating violence and domestic violence are completely different things. Dating violence is when physical violence is used against or between one s significant other and oneself. Meanwhile, domestic violence is violence against or between someone one lives with and oneself. For example, dating violence is happening if one s boyfriend or girlfriend were to slap one s face without consent. Domestic violence can occur between parents and children, husbands and wives, or even roommates. So if I were to slap my ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Everyone had to assess the same statements, and circle either comfortable or not comfortable. Just about every response was divided between comfortable and not comfortable, except for your partner takes you out to dinner, to which everyone responded with comfortable. This demonstrates that different people are comfortable or uncomfortable with different things, depending on how they were raised and past dating experience. Thus, the lists of signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships will not be completely accurate for different relationships. I haven t had great experiences dating. While I won t go into details here, I feel I tend to be more sensitive in my answers to the statements about what I am comfortable with in a relationship. Even with that past relationship being done for over a year now, it still makes it so I m not interested in dating anyone, and I m not willing to put up with just about anything in a hypothetical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Examples Of Teenage Rebellion In Romeo And Juliet Teenage rebellion is a frequent theme in stories. The tragic love story written by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, is an example of teenage rebellion because there are two teenagers, each respectively had their own side, that fell in love with each other and crave to be together. However, their sides immensely abhor each other. However, Romeo and Juliet attempt to fight through the conflict. Romeo and Juliet theme of teenage rebellion can correlate to The Little Mermaid and The Hunger Games. The teenage rebellion theme has been occurring for a long period of time, and is a very entertaining one, too. An example of teenage rebellion in the classic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, when Romeo appears to the Capulet s party, uninvited, and kisses ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Accounting Primer [pic] ACC/537 Week One Topic One University Tools 1 University Tools Primer The University Tools Primer is designed to familiarize you with the myriad of tools provided by the University of Phoenix to assist in your success. For example, did you know that the University of Phoenix Library contains thousands of up to date journals, newspapers, industry reports, and research databases? This University Tools Primer sends you on a search to answer 14 questions similar to the following question: Access the University Library page by going to the Library tab in your student portal and select the link for the University Library. On the lower right hand side, under the section titled Library Services, there is a link called Read ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... a. Guidelines for Writing Academic Papers b. University of Phoenix Library Tutorial c. Sample Case Study d. Grammar Guide 3. Out in the business world almost all projects are completed by some type of team or collaborative group of individuals. At the University of Phoenix, you will gain experience with project collaboration in a safe and supportive environment. These skills will carry you through teamings and collaborations on future real world s projects where success may mean more pay, a promotion, or another major reward or compensation. To assist in the areas involved in teamwork and team building the University of Phoenix provides you with the Learning Team Toolkit. This Learning Team Toolkit is your gateway to materials that will help you achieve greater professional competence as a member and leader of work teams. Go to the Library tab in your student portal and select the link, Read all Aspects of Teamwork located on the right side of the webpage under Learning Team Toolkit. Then, under the category Toolkit Essentials, open the Learning Team Handbook and select which Purpose for Learning Team Benefits is listed. a. Serve as laboratories through which students develop into effective leaders and members of workplace teams. a. Provide a sense of community and support that is invaluable in helping working adults cope with the challenge of balancing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Physical Status Score Improves Predictions Of Survival... Full title: Self reported fitness combined with American Society of Anaesthesiologists Physical Status Score improves predictions of survival after endovascular aneurysm repair Category: Original article Short title: Combining self reported fitness and ASA improves survival predictions after EVAR Authors: Mary Barnes (BAppSc, GradDipMath)1 , Margaret Boult (BSc (Hons), GDIM)2, Prue Cowled (BSc(Hons), PhD)2, Robert A Fitridge (MS, FRACS)2 Affiliations: 1CSIRO, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia 2Discipline of Surgery, The University of Adelaide, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, South Australia 5011, Australia Corresponding author: Professor Robert Fitridge, Discipline of Surgery, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 28 Woodville Road, Woodville South, South Australia, 5011, AUSTRALIA Telephone number: +61 8 8222 7711, Fax number: +61 8 8222 6028 Email: robert.fitridge@adelaide.edu.au Source of Funding: This study was funded from a project grant (565335) awarded by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Keywords: Endovascular procedures; aortic aneurysm, abdominal; physical fitness, ASA, mortality; registries; aged. Abstract Introduction: Although the American Society of Anaesthesiologists Physical Status Score was established for statistical purposes, it is often used prognostically. However, older patients undergoing elective surgery are most often classified ASA 3, which limits the ability to stratify patients. We look at the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Huck Finn Moral Integrity Essay The Moral Integrity of Huckleberry Finn Morality is most often defined as the principles concerning a distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior. A choice will always be made that defines a character and their moral integrity. In Mark Twain s novel, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , Huck encounters a frequent amount of circumstances where he or other characters are put into situations in which morality is called into question. This proves that regardless of religious influences and social expectations, it is through Huck to do what is morally right, he must challenge the moral teaching of his world and society. Through his observation, Huck makes some poor choices that may be against his moral teachings. The society ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One uv em is white en shiny, eb tother one is black. De white one gits him to go right, a little while, den de black one sail in en bust it all up (Twain 141). This is the general idea related with morality. It connects to the expectations of the society where right and wrong influences how the people act in their normal lives. This can also be represented by the murders on the ship and how they decide not to kill Jim Turner, but say that it ain t good sense, it ain t good morals (172). The characters and how they live reflect the way that, not only how their society views them but also separate the view of the righteous and devout against the moral unjust. Clearly, Huck s society portrays what is morally okay and yet Huck starts to question the uncertainty of the community. For instance, as Huck starts to progress and notice the wrongs of his society and his father is also challenged to progress based on the town and their goals. Twain describes this kind rehab by saying that The new judge brought Huck s father to his own home, cleaned him up, fed him and even got him to admit his faults and yet he reverts back to his old habits (144). Huck s father obviously is showing signs of uncertainty despite the revelation of his life, he is constantly trending back towards his old habits. The Judge even says that he felt kind of sore. He said he reckoned a body could reform the old man with a shot gun, maybe, but he didn t ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Dangers Of Social Media Essay Social Media, A Threat to American Democracy? Social media is a large threat to 21st century American democracy. Social media has become a very dangerous need in today s society. To many, it appeared as if social media was eating away at the very foundations of our democracies (Kossow, 2). Social media, especially nowadays, is very threatening and dangerous for society in many scary ways. People of all ages, men and women are very influenced by social media and have more than one source of social media on their smartphones. The media can rapidly spread stories and news headlines within minutes by sharing on Facebook or retweeting on Twitter. There are many fake news stories and made up headlines all over social media. Social medias such as Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram are all major medias that are most common to the age group of people who read news articles and are drawn to fake news sites. Fake news sites are meant to look legit and they draw people to believe they are real news stories by using pictures, quotes, and other forms of manipulation. Hillary Clinton, for example, is one person who was highly attacked through fake news stories in the 2016 presidential election. Fake news headlines spread very quickly through social media and it highly affected the election. Social media is what facilitates hate speech, what shows public humiliation, and the targeted marginalization of disadvantage or minority voices. The media and the high technology these days captures ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Narrative Essay About The Fair I was an uneventful day and the bright morning sun gistered against the morning dew as it shun through my shiny bedroom window. My bedroom reminds me of a store with endless products and a theatre with a large television. I am just wealthy. My family is wealthy. I was heading downstairs in my blue nike bed slippers, hopped off with my favorite sweat pants and extended shirt. I was doing my regular routine of checking what my wife is cooking for breakfast. Good morning daddy, are we still going to the fair? Well..... I can t wait to see my friends, I can t wait to see my friends! My little lovely but annoying daughter Simone is always excited to leave home to meet her friends at at the fair. Heading towards the kitchen, I could smell ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She can hear sounds from a far distance which made it hard for me to steal food at nights. She laughed at me as she packed the pancakes in our lunch bag for the fair. we re ready now let s go! I said to my daughter. Simone dashed excitedly through the front door so quickly that she almost fell to her face. On our way to the bus stop I came up on the sickening figure, the poor beggar wrapped in ragged clothes. Beg yaa money nuh. The beggar was a gambler who had lost everything due to his habit. He could not pay for his bills or mortgage and as a result his house was repossessed. We are very high minded so we gave him no answer. We decided to take a bus to the fair leaving our Honda in out garage. We were just in time for the bus. Timberly Sat behind the driver s seat with Simone. On our way to the fair Timberly and I talked about missing work to go to the fair. Upon arriving at the fair, my daughter dashed out of the bus to talk to her friends. Timberly and I stepped out of the bus to view everything that was going on. Simone did not even introduce her friends to us but instead she started to play with them. There was alot of amusement and attraction at the fair such as the magicians and students performing. There fair had hundreds of persons in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Housing And Community Preservation Committee NORTHAMPTON HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT Mary Clare Higgins, Mayor Prepared by the Northampton Housing Partnership Gordon Shaw, Chair Lynne Wallace, Vice Chair Martha Ackelsberg Northampton Housing Needs Assessment 1 Maureen Carney Margaret Murray Richard Abuza Betsy Siersma Technical support from Wayne Feiden, Director of Planning and Development, Peg Keller, Housing and Community Development Senior Planner, and Teri Anderson, Director of Community and Economic Dev. Karen Sunnarborg, Consultant Substantial component of a Strategic Housing Plan Serves as a local resource/reference on wide range of housing issues including characteristics, trends, market conditions, resources and priority needs Assists the Community Preservation Committee in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Northampton Housing Needs Assessment 4 area median income with housing costs of no more than 30% of income. Community housing: Affordable to households earning at or below 100% of area median income. Workforce housing: Affordable to households earning between 80% and 120% of area median income What housing is affordable in Northampton? Of the 12,282 year round housing units, 1,452 units or 11.8% are currently included in the state s Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI). Also, 93 units are eligible for inclusion, bringing the percentage to 12.7% (10.9% without Hathaway Farms). Planned development should push Northampton Northampton Housing Needs Assessment 5 beyond 12%. The number of affordable units needed will increase over time based on housing growth, projected to be almost 13,000 for the next census.
  • 17. Expiring affordability restrictions threaten to eliminate some units from SHI in the future. Level of Affordability Northampton and Neighbors Level of Affordable Housing 11.10% 13.20% 11.80% 7.90% 0.08 0.1 0.12 0.14 Percent Affordable Housing Northampton Housing Needs Assessment 6 6.70% 3.30% 0.00% 0 0.02 0.04 0.06 Amherst/1,016 Easthampton/471 Hadley/257 Hatfield/47 Narthampton/1,252 Westhampton/0 Williamsburg/83 Community/Number of Affordable Units Percent Affordable Housing Demographic Profile Population stability with small recent declines in population and slow future growth ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Devil s Advocate Oftentimes, movies about lawyers make it seem like the characters sell their souls to the devil, but in The Devil s Advocate, they literally do. This movie chronicles the story of Kevin Lomax (Keanu Reeves), a successful defense lawyer, and his later revealed father John Milton (Al Pacino), the head of New York City law firm, and Satan. Throughout the movie, Milton slowly coaxes Lomax away from his family and morals, and towards his selfish, prideful ways in an attempt to have Kevin help him create the Anti Christ. In the end, Kevin rejects his father and his evil plan by killing himself, but fortunately, he receives a second chance at life to make right choices. The movie s director, Taylor Hackford, uses the devil s role in the Hebrew Bible, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Words Against Tyrants Words against Tyrants: A Defense of Literature Silence is golden; yet with the controlling nature of censorship and the ignorance that comes with it, this simple saying falls short. This tyranny relates to the ideas presented in Salman Rushdie s Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Robert Fulford s article The heritage of storytelling , and the theory of archetypes outlined by Carl Jung. These texts demonstrate the importance of stories by analyzing the role of narratives or by presenting literature s struggle as a story. It is necessary to defend literature against tyranny because it is a responsible for the operation of society, is a biological imperative, and provides a reason for being. Protecting stories from oppression allows communities ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is highly evident in the work of psychologist Carl Jung, who developed the theory of archetypes. The fundamental quality of the archetype, as Jung conceived it, is that it is primordial, a preconscious, instinctual expression of man s basic nature [...] The archetype is universal; it is generated by man s psyche regardless of time or place ( Archetypal Criticism 46). Jung s archetypes (repeating emblems in stories) are based on the biological instinct of human beings. He attributes an important and universal part of literature to an expression of innate needs wired into the minds of all. The patterns of storytelling entails that it is a necessary portrayal of wide reaching psychological ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. How The Public Opinion Affects, Shapes, And Provides... Privatizing Sand Castles Presented by: Eliane Fahed Rodrigue Farah Ziad Hajal Abstract: Absences of public spaces affect people except who jump from 5 stars hotels to 5 stars resorts. Unfortunately, the majority of Lebanon s beaches are being transferred from public to private. Because this privatization influenced low and medium income people, activists acted toward it so government took measures but institutions barely amend it. This paper will tackle how the public opinion affects, shapes, and provides solutions. Outline I Introduction a. Brief background II Problematical issues a Activists revolution b Legal status and statements c Corruption and violations III Personal synthesis and solutions IV Conclusion V References Cultures and climates differs all over the world, but people are the same. They will gather in public if u give them a good place to do it. Jan Gehl. Beaches are public spaces that gathered people to swim, splash the waves, watch, and surf. It is the place where individuals from all social status meet, while it is being privatized for economic purpose. Unfortunately, the majority cannot even afford the entrance fees, while public beaches became countable and away from the city. So how public opinion is dealing with privatizing public beaches? Do you remember Tam Tam beach located at Byblos seashore with free entrance? It is now only a memory;
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  • 22. Descriptive Essay About Eiffel Tower Memoir I had seen it so much on TV, in pictures, everywhere. I was now going to be able to experience it for myself. The huge metal structure I had seen in my dreams had finally appeared in real life. Built way before I was born, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most sought after things to see. My family and I were four of the seven million visitors this year. It shows to, the line just to buy tickets was about an hour long, but well worth it. We had just gotten off a bus tour that took us through the heart of Paris, we saw old statues and monuments that had been built throughout the years. We smelled the food from the nearby street vendors and restaurants. We saw all the shiny and sumptuous purses, and clothing that were in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We had been looking out for about an hour and my parents said we should find a stop. My brother yelled out, Let s go to that tower, as he pointed at the Eiffel Tower in the distance. My parents glanced at each other for a long two seconds and said in unison, Sure! So it was decided that in about fifteen minutes we were going to visit the Eiffel Tower. After the longest time, I heard the person announce through the cheap maroon earbuds, This is the Eiffel Tower Stop. I leaped out of my seat very excited, ready to go. My parents said that there was going to be a very long wait and that we would have to be patient if we wanted to go. We waited in the security line just to enter for about thirty minutes. My brother was already complaining, saying that he was tired and wanted to lay down. Again, my parents said that if he really wanted to go he better stop complaining. From there the line to get tickets was a lot longer. Although it was longer it was the better of the two lines because we all talked and had a good time waiting. Before we knew it we were first in line and were about to get our tickets to ride the lift up to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Essay about Test-Retest Reliability, 1. Describe an example of test retest reliability. Test retest reliability is conducting the same test with the same respondents at different moments of time. For example, a group of participants is given a personality test and then are given the same is tested at a later time, maybe a month or year later (Kline, 2005). 2. If the correlation between test scores at Time 1 and Time 2 is 0.85, how would this be interpreted? The correlation between Time 1 and Time 2 is 0.85 and is significant (0.000); however, if the reliability drops from 0.85 it must be decided if the test needs to be reexamined (Kline, 2005). 3. What are some problems associated with reliability assessed via the test retest method? The problem with reliability assessed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 6. Why is internal consistency such an easy way to assess reliability from a methodological perspective? The internal consistency has items that are intended to measure the same characteristic, and this makes it easier to establish reliability (Kline, 2005). For example, you can use 6 different items related to depression (Kline, 2005). 7. If you obtained a reliability estimate of 0.80 on a test, how would you interpret it and use the test? This is an acceptable value of alpha, making the test reliable (Kline, 2005). Chapter 8 1. If a Kendall s coefficient of concordance of 0.70 is obtained, what type of data has been analyzed and what can be concluded about the reliability? The Kendall s coefficient of concordance is an index of interrater reliability of ordinal data, in this case indicating that the reliability is low (Kline, 2005). 2. If a Cohen s kappa of 0.70 is obtained, what type of data has been analyzed and what can be concluded about the reliability? Cohen s kappa measures the agreement between two raters only, and it can be concluded that the reliability is low in this example (Kline, 2005). 3. What is reliability generalization? Reliability generalization examines reliability of scores from tests and detect the causes of measurement error (Kline, 2005). Compare and contrast inter rater, test retest, parallel forms, and internal consistency reliability. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The University Of New Jersey Dear Dr. Tracy Perron the Chair of Student Affairs, I, Flora Ajayi, was dismissed from the Nursing program at The College of New Jersey due to my performance in Principles of Microbiology (BIO 144) and Anatomy Physiology II (BIO 142 ), which are major Nursing prerequisites. I take responsibility for my academic progressions and understand the consequences and rewards of the Academic realm. The study habits that allowed me to flourish in high school, for example, studying class notes and reviewing a week before the exam, simply did not work in college. This forced me into a state of panic, which led me not to do well in both science classes. Studying effectively in college is different than studying in high school due to the rigor of the course and my attempt to process on a higher academic level. My inability to succeed in the sciences during my spring semester, despite my early success, has allowed for both personal growth and self reflection while repeating BIO 144 and BIO 142. At the conclusion of both of my science classes, I would seek out a quiet study area and recall what I had learned in each lecture. The recollection of events not only allows one to retain information in a short time, but allows one to see both their weaknesses and strengths. Instead of working on these weaknesses, I would focus solely on my strengths, thinking that it was the most important information I needed to learn. This flawed reasoning is the reason why I was close, but did not meet ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The Historical Importance Of Hamlet By William Shakespeare To be or not to be? That is the question that has passed over the lips of countless actors playing Hamlet in the last four centuries on stage and screen. As an English poet, playwright and actor born in the 16th centuries, William Shakespeare must be the undeniable greatest writer of his time. Even though centuries passed, people never forgot his unique language and those vivid characters he created. But as more advanced technique and new knowledge access our daily life and studies nowadays, some might think the remain place for Shakespeare that has been kept for hundreds of years seems to be unnecessary. However, the modern recomposed works of Shakespeare has proved that his place in the modern society can still sustain steady for a long period of time. Looking back at the 16th centuries, Shakespeare was one of the most important representative of literature and drama during the time of the Renaissance. All of his personal thoughts and the figures he created cannot leave the major historical themes of the Renaissance, which is the progress of humanism, secularism and individualism. The society in the plays were based on the life and community during this period of time. Identically, the character s personality and their attitude of matters were the reflection of life during the Renaissance, and so does Shakespeare. Their clothings, their status, identity and the way people communicate...... As it incarnates, the historical value of studying the backgrounds of Shakespeare s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Socrates Unjust Man Throughout The Republic, Plato tries to paint a picture of a just man and an unjust man. Socrates is constantly challenged at both ends of the topic. Answering to the challenges Socrates describes an unjust man as happy on paper, and a just man happy and content in their soul. An unjust man in Socrates view is a rich man. An unjust man is only happy on paper but is that real happiness. An unjust man always wants more than he can obtain, and tries to gain it, when he cannot he is disappointed. An unjust man will be mean with their own money... but they ll love to spend other people s because of their appetites. Plato divides the soul into two sections reason, spirit/indignation and appetites/desires. The unjust person lets his indignation and desires rule and keeps reason on the sideline. Once one of those takes place of reason, the man is in a state of chaos and starts behaving unjustly. The more the appetite grows the more unhappy he becomes, being subjected to his desires. Socrates goes on to explain an unjust man by comparing different societies and shows how they all start from a just society. However, they become corrupted. This is explained while Socrates describes the transformation from a Timocracy government to an Oligarchy. Socrates explains how if a person were to proceed further into money making, the more they value it, and the more they would be enslaved by it. Furthermore, Plato saves the worst society for last, Tyranny. Some people may consider them to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Compare And Contrast Of Mount Of Holy Victory, By Paul... One of Paul Cezanne s exquisite paintings was that of Mount Sainte Victoire. Dating back to around 1902, Cezanne s mount of holy victory painting has many unique characteristics that make it unlike other paintings of that time. Cezanne s style encompasses many aspects of modernism within it. Modernism is the idea that the world is represented by experiences, rather than as one may have thought it to previously be. In this work of art, Cezanne uses a few contrasting colors and creates several implied lines that draw the eye to notice the volumes in which the space is filled. He uses color in the way in which it constructs a three dimensional view, while constructing form. Cezanne had a unique process of painting that did not reflect nature. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Nick Holonyak And The Invention Of Light Diode ( Led ) Nick Holonyak and the Invention of Light Emitting Diode (LED) Introduction Nick Holonyak was born in the United States of America in Zeigler, Illinois on the third of November in 1928. He was the son of the immigrants from the country, which is currently called Ukraine. Holonyak studied electrical engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, where he attained his Master s along with his Ph.D. degrees and graduated in 1954 (Holonyak, 1962). He worked at the Bell Telephone Laboratories the year that followed his graduation and later in the military, where he worked for two years. Holonyak joined the general electric (GE) fraternity in 1957. This community was a team of the researchers that have been working on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Holonyak has been presented with the awards from George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Vladimir Putin, and Emperor Akihito of Japan (Laskow, 2014). He received the IEEE Edison Medal in 1989 due to his outstanding career in the field of the electrical engineering. The reward also recognized him for his remarkable advances in the semiconductor physics. Besides, he was awarded with the Charles Hard Townes Award in 1992 and got a NAS Award in 1993 for Industrial Application of Science. The 2001 Frederic Ives Medal along with the IEEE Medal of Honor given to him in 2003 are among the many awards Holonyak has received in his life. Other Contributors to the LED Invention There have been notable contributors to the invention of the LED, including Shuji Nakamura, Hiroshi Amano, and Isamu Akasaki. In the year 1972, the blue LED was created by Herbert Paul Maruska. The latter has used gallium nitride (GaN) on a sapphire substrate (Thompson Holonyak, 1981). However, the first blue lights denoted inefficiency and did not produce enough light. In the year 1990, Amano and Alaska established Gallium Nitride (GaN) LED at Nagoya University (Akasaki Amano, 2006). In fact, these developments have transformed lighting of the 21st century, where the LED lamps have replaced the incandescent lamps that were hazardous. The initial highly bright blue LED was developed in 1994 by Shuji ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Metrology and Instrumentation (M602) -Module 2 METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2 Metrology and instrumentation (M602) Module 2 Gauges: ๏ƒ˜ Gauges are scale less inspection tools at rigid design which are used to check the dimension of measured parts. ๏ƒ˜ They do not determine the actual size or dimension of parts. ๏ƒ˜ No need of calculations. Classification According to type: 1) Standard gauges 2) Limit Gauges According to purpose: 1) Workshop gauge 2) Inspection Gauge 3) Reference / Master gauges According to the form of tested surface: 1) Plug Gauge 2) Snap/Ring Gauges According to the design: 1) Single limit and double limit gauges 2) Single ended and double ended gauges 3) Fixed and Adjustable gauges Design of gauges Taylor s principle of gauge design Designed by William ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The angle is calculated by using the sine rule. Some engineering and metalworking reference books contain tables showing the dimension required to obtain an angle from 0 90 degrees, incremented by 1 minute intervals. Angles may be measured or set with this tool. Principle Angles are measured using a sine bar with the help of gauge blocks and a dial gauge or a spirit level. The aim of a measurement is to make the surface on which the dial gauge or spirit level is placed horizontal. For example, to measure the angle of a wedge, the wedge is placed on a horizontal table. The sine bar is placed over the inclined surface of the wedge. At this position, the top surface of the sine bar is inclined the same amount as the wedge. Using gauge blocks, the top surface is made horizontal. The sine of the angle of inclination of the METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2 wedge is the ratio of the height of the gauge blocks used and the distance between the centers of the cylinders. METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2 METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2 METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION (M602) MODULE 2 Angle Gauges
  • 30. Opus Angle Gauges are available as thin series gauges 50mm x 9mm or to NPL Specification MOY/SCMI/18 combination angle gauges. Both styles are made from high quality steel and hardened to 800 Hv (64 Rc) Minimum. Each gauge is lapped with a superior, highly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Jake Hemingway If he cannot heal himself ,perhaps he can heal others. In the end, not an impotence at all. (Bradley ,2014 ,P.239) Bradley explains that Jake shares the steer the good aspects and his comment copes with what Hemingway asserted in an interview with George Plimpton after some years from releasing the novel that Jake was not emasculated in the manner of a steer .Although some critics and readers point out that Jake resemble Cohn as both follow Brett around like a steer but to compare Cohn to a steer is to imply ,symbolically, that he has no guts , no courage which contradict with Jake who absolutely have them. The impact of the great war motivated Hemingway to design the plot of this post war novel and granted him an insight into human ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Schwarz in his essay American Prohibition , Nationalism , and Expatriation in The Sun Also Rises points out that Hemingway was certainly one such writer. Like many alcoholics , Hemingway did not view his excessive drinking as a disease , and he does not present in The Sun also Rises as such . Rather , drinking in the novel actualizes Hemingway s own view of drinking , and signifies both a communal enjoyment of life and its pleasures and a manner of rebelling against prohibition and its nationalist agendas . ( Schwarz , 2011 , P185 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Connotation In Frankenstein Mary Shelley wrote her first novel, Frankenstein, in 1818, using a mixture of gothic and romantic conventions. Shelley depicts a complex relationship between a creator, Victor Frankenstein, and his creation. While the romantic setting helps to characterize Frankenstein and his creation, the dark gothic nature of the work helps to build suspense. While Frankenstein and his creation are talking for the first time, their true emotions toward one another are revealed. Through the use of various literary techniques, Shelley conveys the relationship between Victor Frankenstein and his creation as one absorbed with deep hatred and misunderstanding established through assumptions. Throughout the passage, the hatred Frankenstein and his creation have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For instance, Frankenstein tells his creation that [he] could, with the extinction of [the creation s] miserable existence, restore those victims whom [he has] so diabolically murdered! The negative connotation of diabolically, which is associated with devils, illustrates how Frankenstein views his creation. He makes an assumption about the creation murdering someone, while there is no evidence of to support this accusation. Even more, Victory claims that the tortures of hell are too mild a vengeance for thy crimes. Frankenstein continues to assume the creation is the one that committed these crimes. He claims that even hell [is] too mild for these crimes. After this assumption, the creation entreats [Victor] to hear [him], before [he] gives vent to [his] hatred on [the creation s] devoted head. The assumptions made by Frankenstein and the hatred he has for his creation leads to him misunderstanding the case the creation is attempting to create for himself. The creature begs for Frankenstein to hear [him] before his assumption driven hatred and misconception comes down on [the creation s] devoted head. Subsequently, the creation states that [he] was benevolent and good; misery made [him] a fiend. Victor and every other human the creation has come in contact with make presumptions about him that has destroyed any hint of benevolence still in him. The creature was misunderstood, and for this reason, he is now miserable. In fact, the creation continues to plead for Victor to listen to [him]; and then, if [Victor] can, and if [he] will, destroy the work of [his] hands. The creation asks to be heard by his creator without any accusations, and then, if Victor believes that it is necessary, he may destroy his own work. He uses destroy the work of [his] ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Chapter 30 Of Inkheart Cultural Analysis I believe the world and all that s in it is one big family, and we need to help each other. This quote says that no matter who you are, you have a family that can help you and that you need to help others. Chapter 29 of Inkheart by Cornelia Funke supports this theory, because while Meggie and Mo were talking they thought about Dustfinger. They were wondering if he was ok. This shows that they really do care about Dustfinger after he betrayed them. This shows us that everyone makes mistakes, and everyone is forgiven and someone to help them in hard times. I believe the world and all that s in it is one big family, and we need to help each other. Chapter 30 of Inkheart by Cornelia Funke supports this theory, because when Basta grabbed Pippo ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Analysis Of The Physician-Patient Relationship Within their paper, Childress and Siegler expand upon five models of physician patient relationships that are omnipresent within the healthcare setting: Paternalism, Partnership, Friendship, Contract, and Technical Assistance (Childress and Siegler 74). By using these models, physicians often use these social frameworks to appeal to ethical principles related to informed consent or shared decision making or, at a deeper level, [the] goal of respecting patient autonomy (Schwartz 2011). While the substantial purpose of using these models is to help alleviate the excruciating effects of disease, there are drawbacks to these models where efforts to respect patient autonomy may aggravate a patients suffering, specifically paternalism. Advocates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...