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Restorative Justice In Prison
Restorative Justice and Prison
Restorative justice practices in the prison setting focus on various factors, including the offending
behavior, victims, community service work, victim offender mediation, and the restorative justice
philosophy(Dhami et al, 2009). With these various contributing factors, mutually agreeable and best
possible solution can be achieved to repair the serious harm caused by the criminal behaviors through
the consistent communication within every individual members. In addition, these processes can
provide the valuable effects of reconciliation, victim healing, offender rehabilitation, and as well as
the reintegration of the offenders into the society(Dhami et al, 2009).
Both restorative justice and imprisonment aim ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The main concentration of this level of workshop is to develop interpersonal conflict resolution skills
through a series of step by step processes and various exercises(Taplow, 1999) and most of the basic
workshop exercises are done in small groups and one on one interactions. The AVP basic workshop
processes focus on four aspects of interpersonal conflict resolution skills which is also known as the
ACCC(AVP Canada, 2007). These four components include the affirmation, communication,
cooperation, creative conflict resolution. Each components represent important aspect of the life
where the prisoners especially for the prisoners. As an example, the affirmation represents the idea of
rebuilding self esteem and trust(AVP Canada, 2007). If we consider our society today, our community
tends to isolate and exclude many of the prisoners due to the stereotypical views. As an example,
people generally have belief that the offenders are bad, unforgivable, dangerous, negative, deviant and
many other negative perspectives as well. As a result, many of the incarcerated prisoners lose their self
esteem and having a difficult time trusting others. In addition, these negative aspects could potentially
lead the prisoners toward more negatively where they can potentially fail to rehabilitate, and reoffend
after the release. With this regard, the basic workshop focus on specifically on developing basic
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The Effects Of Wound Healing On Diabetic Patients
eous wound healing and why some processes may be altered in diabetic patients
The process by which tissue repair takes place is termed wound healing and is comprised of a
continuous sequence of inflammation and repair, in which epithelial, endothelial, inflammatory cells,
platelets and fibroblasts briefly come together outside their normal domains, interact to restore a
semblance of their usual discipline and having done so resume their normal function . ( The Cellular
Biology of Wound Healing 2016)
Wound healing has 3 distinct stages, an inflammatory response, a proliferation phase and a maturation
phase, however wound healing is not a linear process and a patient can move back and forth
throughout the stages.
After the occurrence of a wound the inflammatory process immediately begins and can last up to 3
days ( Wound Healing 2016), the initial injury causes the small vessels around the wound site to be
disturbed resulting in bleeding, the body s first response is a haemodynamic one in that it restricts
these vessels in order to prevent blood loss. There then comes a rapid release of preformed
inflammatory mediators from the cells surrounding the injury, the first thing this causes is the
aggregation of platelets, these platelets adhere to extracellular surface structures which are exposed,
such as collagen and basement membranes, this in turn causes serotonin from platelet stores to be
stimulated. (Kirk, Phillips and Murray 2001)
As well as attracting further
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Essay On President Jackson Domestic Affairs
President Jackson s Domestic affairs during his first term were extremely impactful to the United
States. During his campaign, he was extremely vague about his plans for reform. Jackson s first order
of business was to clear out the government offices and assign them to supports of himself and the
members of the Democratic party. This is known as the Spoils System. After Jackson charged the
Adams Bureaucracy with fraud, he decided that keeping the officials would be foolish. He claimed
that he was purging corruption and was offering jobs to citizens through a rotation of office. that, and
in choosing replacements he relied exclusively on recommendations from his own people. Creating
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On this treacherous journey, nearly four thousand of them died from hunger, exhaustion, exposure,
and/or disease. Voters believe that actions like this were unforgivable, with the world today it would
not have been allowed or supported as it was in 1833. It was not as if Jackson hated Indians, he was
friendly with many of them. Jackson even took in an Indian orphan to live in his house with him for
companionship for his adopted son. He did believe that whites were of higher standing though, and for
that, he believed that for the Indians own survival, they needed to get out of the whites way. In an
excerpt from Jackson s letter to the Cherokees he says I have no motive, my friends, to deceive you. I
am sincerely desirous to promote your welfare. Listen to me, therefore, while I tell you that you
cannot remain where you now are. Circumstances that cannot be controlled, and which are beyond the
reach of human laws, render it impossible that you can flourish in the midst of a civilized community.
You have but one remedy within your reach. And that is, to remove to the West and join your
countrymen, who are already established
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The Decision For El Salvador s Supreme Court
Throughout the semester, students have learned of the importance of the interplay amongst different
levels of actors in international relations politics. These various institutions, governments, groups, and
individuals are especially important when considering the issue of human rights. My chosen article, co
written by Elisabeth Malkin and Gene Palumbo, describes the landmark decision for El Salvador s
Supreme Court to overturn an amnesty law that protected perpetrators of human rights violations. The
ruling of the Supreme Court is based on the grounds that the amnesty is unconstitutional due to
violating international human rights laws (Malkin, Palumba). This event is particularly important
because previous governments ignored these violations that stemmed from civil unrest. The amnesty
law was established in 1992 after a civil war of more than 12 years and effectively covers all crimes
committed by both sides during the war (Dolliver, Kanavel, Robeck). However, due to its contestable
legality both domestically and internationally, El Salvador s Supreme Court decided to rule on the
amnesty s law constitutionality for the final time. This article is relevant in the context of increasing
global concern over human rights. More recent debates in international relations discuss the
importance of the individual over that of states and sovereignty, especially in a society in which
national and global boundaries are being transcended and constantly undermined. Multiple levels
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Essay on Deception
Deception According to Hyman (1989) deception implies that an agent acts or speaks so as to induce a
false belief in a target or victim. Deception can occur in everyday life. Whether it is telling someone
they look nice or not telling them that they look fat. This is an important process for forming
relationships and general social interaction. However, although this is useful for social interaction, it is
a serious problem in other areas. Deception can be a problem when people actively deceive in job
applications, giving evidence and in court. Being able to detect whether a person is lying or ... Show
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Police officers). A recent study by Mann, Vrij and Bull (2004) showed that when shown videotapes of
real life lies and truths and found that the officers had an accuracy of 65%. This was found to be better
than lab studies using, normal (non trained) participants. Additionally, accuracy was negatively
correlated with popular stereotypical cues such as gaze aversion and fidgeting. However, although this
suggests that human lie detection is fairly accurate, earlier research has found the opposite. According
to Wallace (1999), psychological research on deception shows that most of us are poor judges of
truthfulness. One may assume that this only applies to only ordinary people and not professionals.
However further research shows that this applies to professionals such as police and custom
inspectors, whose jobs are supposed to include some expertise at lie detection (Wallace, 1999). An
early study by Kraut and Poe (1980) that custom inspectors showed accuracy scores rarely exceed
65% where 50% is the chance level. A later study by Kohnken (1987) showed that police officers
performed no better than chance when judging the truthfulness of witness statements (on video).
Furthermore, it was found that the more confident the officer was of their judgement, the more likely
they were wrong. This
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Interco Case Study Essay
Interco Case Study
Interco s financial performance was moderately successful for the 1988 fiscal year. Interco s current
ratio (3.6 to 1) and debt to capitalization rate (19.3%) indicate that the company is financially flexible.
Furthermore, both overall sales and net income increased from the previous year (1987) due largely to
the strong performance of Interco s furniture and footwear divisions. Sales in 1988 increased by
14.7% in the furniture division and 34.2% in the footwear division. Despite the promising nature of
these two divisions, Interco still had to contend with the nagging issue of the underperforming apparel
and general retail groups. Due to a number of factors including declining consumer spending and
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Historical data on the indexes of closing prices (see Exhibit 14) attest that the current market trend is
very different to the market trends for some of the benchmarks used (i.e. West Point Pepperall/Cluett,
Peabody). In addition, it is difficult to determine the true nature and equatability between the proposed
benchmarks and Interco for each company can differ in its cash flow and revenue growth, its riskiness,
and its future expansion opportunities. In consequence finding comparable ratios becomes
increasingly problematic and challenging. Thus, the issues that are specific to Interco limit the strength
and validity of the valuation analysis. One must also note that comparable transaction analyses do not
account for premiums or synergies gained in a transaction. There are a variety of possible questions in
regards to Wasserstein, Perella and Co. s discounted cash flow analysis of Interco. The financial
analysts made some assumptions that could be questioned as ill founded. An increase in Working
Investment for the Apparel and Retail divisions was predicted but the Strategic Positioning Goals of
Interco dictated that underperforming assets were to be divested. Based on the 1988 Income Statement
of Interco Apparel and Retail divisions, could easily be judged as underperforming assets. Based on
the date it
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Influence Of English In The Japanese Language
2. English in the Japanese language
2.1. Adaption and Integration: Influence of English on Japanese Language Use
It has been many years since English was first introduced to Japanese society. In the progress of the
19th, 20th and 21st century, the English language was a continuous but varying influence on the
Japanese language and its culture. The result of this centuries long process is a Japanese language that
contains more than its fair share of English loanwords.
Although most Japanese people, even those of older age, are familiar with a lot of English loanwords,
this does not necessarily mean they are familiar with English. In my personal experience, I witnessed
a Japanese woman struggling to find the English word for elevator , despite ... Show more content on
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These words, which are taken from English and used functionally in Japanese conversation primarily
by native speakers, often have an already existing, possible common Japanese equivalent. Therefore,
these loanwords could be considered redundant and quite double to an outsider. However, in certain
situations, the English word is greatly preferred, whereas the Japanese word would stand out strangely,
for reasons which will be thoroughly discussed in this section. These English loanwords in Japanese
language have been dubbed double loanwords , for the sake of creating an understandable and clear
term, specifically for this paper.
Notably, there are two domains where these double loanwords appear in Japanese speech; fashion and
food. These domains are not coincidental, as both have been heavily influenced by foreign culture.
Japanese fashion and Japanese Western style cuisine, or youshoku 洋食, are inspired largely by their
French, English and American equivalents. Although these Japanese styles do originate in Western
influence, they have been made their own by the Japanese fashion industry and the Japanese
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Essay on Effects of the Great Depression
The Effects of the Great Depression The Great Depression was a horrible event that took place almost
100 years ago. It was a time in our society when people had no money and no food. Everyone was
losing their jobs because the companies couldn t afford to pay them and stay in business at the same
time. After the Stock Market crashed and the economy went downhill, a lot of changes were made
within the government to make sure that nothing like this would ever happen again. This period in
time was a sad period, but there were a lot of good things that happened and took place because of it.
In order to really understand all the effects that happened after the Great Depression, you truly needed
to live during the time period, but we can t do ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
As their lives were filled with sadness and no hope, they would soon learn that all of that was about to
change for them. As the 1932 Presidential elections were coming up, the citizens had to choose the
right person to lead them out of the Great Depression. In November of 1932, the United States held a
Presidential Election that was crucial to America. The voting was a one sided outcome, as Franklin D.
Roosevelt won the election by a landslide over his opponent Herbert Hoover. In his acceptance speech
in 1932 when he was a Democratic Party nominee for running president, he made a promise to the
citizens of America that there would be a new deal for the American people. He was determined to
keep his promise to the citizens of America, that a new deal was coming. He would later keep that
promise and would eventually change the economy for the better. Roosevelt s New Deal Programs
were based on helping the economic problems in several different ways. The programs that he
designed were to help; federal assistance for people who had lost their jobs, houses, savings, and
livelihoods , job creation for the unemployed through massive public works projects , agricultural
assistance for troubled farmers , manufacturing assistance for troubled industries , stricter banking
regulations to prevent bank failures , creation of the FDIC to protect bank customer s deposits
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A Short Note On Cardiovascular Risk Factors With...
Ferdinandy, P., Schulz, R., Baxter, G. (2009, November 29). Interaction of Cardiovascular Risk
Factors with Myocardial Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury, Preconditioning, and Postconditioning.
Retrieved April 2, 2016, from http://pharmrev.aspetjournals.org/content/59/4/418.long#cited by The
article cited above was written by authors with affiliations to The Cardiovascular Research Group, and
talks about the importance of oxygenating the mitochondria that are affected due to ischemic changes
during an Acute MI. The article goes on to discuss the importance of oxygen during acute myocardial
infarction, and how reducing ischemia will inadvertently help with reperfusion. This article discusses
the benefit of oxygen therapy in acute MI on a more cellular basis, but does not go into length about
the affects that oxygen has on a patient s mortality rate. Bennett, M., Lehm, J., Jepson, N. (2015, July
23). Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for acute coronary syndrome. Retrieved April 2, 2016, from
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD004818.pub4/ab
stract;jsessionid=052645D33C5B15FF44DC0C6061791D43.f01t03 The authors of this article used
randomized studies that look into hyperbaric oxygen for use in acute myocardial infarction and
angina. They started their research in 2004 and over the course of ten years they collected their data.
The research results found that using hyperbaric oxygen helps decrease mortality and gives patients
quicker pain relief. The authors
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Five Basic Types Of Workers Compensation Insurance
California law requires employers to have Workers Compensation Insurance. Even out of state
employers may need Workers Compensation Insurance coverage if an employee is regularly employed
in California or a contract of employment is entered into here. All California employers must provide
Workers Compensation Insurance benefits to their employees under California Labor Code Section
3700. There are five basic types of Workers Compensation Insurance benefits medical care, temporary
disability benefits, permanent disability benefits, vocational rehabilitation services, and death benefits.
In California, all employers, whether large or small, are required to have coverage for their employees
with Workers Compensation Insurance. An employee
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Comparing Poems Accents And Naturalization
Title: Subtitle The poems Accents by Denise froman and Naturalization by jenny xie both show what
its like living in America coming from a foreign country. These poems give an insight on how both
families adjust to the American culture, and how it effects their daily lives. In denises poem, she talks
about her mother s accent and how strong it is. She expresses how her mothers accent is a constant
reminder of where she came from. Though in jenny s poem, she talks about her family being poor
living in America, and the challenging times they went through moving from a different country. In
Denise s poem, she talks about her mother and her heavy accent. This poem gave off the vision that
there s always something within that s a constant reminder
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How Smoothies Promote Healthy Lifestyle
Our Smoothies
Everyone loves smoothies and has a favorite smoothie flavor; what s yours?
The popularity of our freshly made smoothies, with no additives and preservatives, has gone viral. Not
so long ago, a number of people were opting for other types of refreshing health drinks; this was until
they learned about the real benefits of our delicious all natural smoothies.
Today, people are including smoothies as a major part of their diet, and the reason is because of the
countless benefits they provide. Fresh Factor offers the best smoothies without any preservatives and
are the healthiest options when you want to live, eat and drink clean.
Delicious smoothies promote a healthy lifestyle in so many ways, and this is our core focus at Fresh
Factor. Our mouthwatering, fresh smoothies will indulge your taste buds, which has been proven
through our ever growing reviews and fan base. There is nothing more refreshing than a fresh
smoothie custom made to your liking.
We pride ourselves on our high quality fresh fruit smoothie drinks. As soon as you take a sip, you will
taste the difference and realize what separates a real Fresh Factor smoothie from the other guys who
use purees and preservatives. Fresh Factor smoothies, with no artificial flavors, taste wonderful,
energize and refresh you throughout your day before, during and after your workout.
There is a smoothie flavor for everybody and absolutely anyone, no matter what age, you can enjoy a
Fresh Factor smoothie that is
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Essay about The Threat of Anne Hutchinson
The Threat of Anne Hutchinson
In Puritan led Massachusetts Bay Colony during the days of Anne Hutchinson was an intriguing place
to have lived. It was designed ideally as a holy mission in the New World called the city upon a hill, a
mission to provide a prime example of how protestant lives should have subsisted of. A key ingredient
to the success of the Puritan community was the cohesion of the community as a whole, which was
created by a high level of conformity in the colony. Puritan leaders provided leadership for all facets
of life; socially, economically, religiously, and even politically. A certain hierarchy was very apparent
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In the trial against Anne Hutchinson, she was charged, in a vague manner, to be a danger to the colony
because of the spreading of her Antinomian opinions at her meetings. Throughout the entire trial Anne
was slowly being backed into a corner in which ideally she would have then broken down and
admitted to doing all the wrongs in which Governor Winthrop believed she was guilty of, but she
never really did. The evidence against her was so weak in nature, that it seemed that Winthrop, along
with all the other elders and deputies, really needed a confession to completely justify her banishment.
Though unsuccessful in their efforts, even when it was brought up by the Deputy Governor that Anne
went to a meeting of ministers and told them all that they preached the covenant of works to their very
faces, Anne stayed with the Fifth Amendment technique and denied nothing, while admitting nothing.
Where I believe she might have messed up is when she attested to the probability of her saying this of
the ministers in private. By saying that, she more than admitted to being of the same mindset of the
ostracized Antinomians. This in turn gave the hungry judges/jury enough evidence for the banishment.
It is my understanding that Anne s type of mischief was not too uncommon for that time period in
Massachusetts. Meetings were held all over between Puritans discussing religious topics such as
Biblical translations and weekly sermons
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What Is The Theme Of Ambition In King Lear
How Far Will One Go for Their Personal Desire? Many people are driven by their desires, and rise
over them with ambition. Ambition blinds the characters from their morals and pushes them to their
break thrilling boundaries to reach their goals. The characters ambition abolished through any
obstacles in the path of their objective. In Shakespeare s tragic play, King Lear, ambition pushes the
characters toward their desires, without consideration towards the impact on others and the negative
consequences. The ambition triggers the evil thoughts in the minds of the characters to reach their
goals causing them to break bonds, manipulates and deceive, and make their victims feel regretful.
Ultimately, the images of the weather and clothing reveal how these blinded characters rise over their
base desires using evil acts.
To begin, the overwhelming ambition of the characters causes disruption within their family
relationship. The care for their loved ones is diminished, as they prioritize their goals over family. The
characters set everything aside other than their goals, making everything else including family bond
irrelevant and insignificant. This is evident in the characteristics of Edmund when he turns against his
own father, exposing his secretive bond with Lear. Gloucester is supposed to stand by the Duke of
Burgundy s side but instead went to help Lear. Edmund spilled his father s secret saying, If I find him
confronting the king, it will stuff his suspicion more
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Devil s Arithmetic Accuracy
The Devil s Arithmetic features a Jewish girl, Hannah Stern, as the main character. Her and her family
live in the United States, as their ancestors had traveled to America after the conclusion of World War
II and the Holocaust. The movie goes back in time to 1942 due to Hannah s lacking interest in
learning about her family s past. The time travel proves as a lesson to Hannah, as it takes her through t
he Holocaust with her own family members. Throughout the movie, there are several accuracies and
inaccuracies concerning history. Overall, the movie is very precise in reenacting history in order to
portray its message about the Holocaust. An accuracy in The Devil s Arithmetic is its display of
concentration camps. Hannah Stern is sent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The guards needed to make more room in the camp for new workers they were receiving that day. The
guard decided that Rivkah would be one of the Jews executed. Chaya put on Rivkah s cap in order to
fool the guards. I think that during the Holocaust the Nazi guards were attentive and would have
noticed the difference between Chaya and Rivkah and decided to put them both to death. Although, I
think this happened in this particular film in order to successfully finish the plot. The Devil s
Arithmetic ended with Chaya being executed, and then reappearing back in the United States as
Hannah. Hannah remembered everything that she encountered in her travels, especially her good
friend Rivkah. At Passover Seder that night Hannah noticed the numbers of her aunt s tattoo from the
Holocaust. Her aunt was known as Rivkah when she was a child. Hannah ends up being very
respectful and sympathetic of her family s past. The film provides a lesson to all of its viewers, which
I think was its intended purpose. The film reminds its viewers to learn and never forget about the
Holocaust, as it was a horrific point in world history. The viewer can be compared to Hannah, as
everyone should be respectful when learning about the
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Rhonda Williams Black Power
Civil rights or black power, which of the two approaches was the dominant one in the twentieth
century African American struggle for racial and social equality? For Rhonda Williams the answer is,
without a doubt, the latter one. In her book Concrete Demands, she argues that black power and not
civil rights strategies were the dominant force in twentieth century African American activism. That
said, it is important to note that Williams differentiates between black power and Black Power. While
the latter one stands for a specific historical period of ideologically informed activism that left an
indelible mark on African American politics and culture, the first one, black power with small letters
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First of all, she suggests that the term black power emerged out of a broader attempt of African
American empowerment and consequently characterizes a broad and timeless objective. Different
from civil rights activism, which was based on a broad interracial coalition, the politics of black
empowerment, while not generally opposed to coalitions with Whites, promoted political and social
activism independent from Whites. Black Power paid more attention to the allocation of power and
aims to end African Americans dependence on Whites changing goodwill. Black Power with big B
and big P represents the specific historical period during which African American activists developed
and practiced oppositional ideologies and politics. Their activism was unapologetically Black,
informed by ideas of Black consciousness and pride that emphasized self determination and racial
autonomy. The following is a summary of the structure and the context of the book: Concrete
Demands is divided into two main sections. The first one illustrates the ideological roots and practical
routes that informed the Black Power movement of the 1960s. The book s first two chapters narrate
the historical context of the different forms and ideas of black empowerment starting in 1917. In
discussing the various progenitors of the Black Power activists, Williams portrays the multifaceted
ideological and practical traditions, as well as the international foundations of early black power
activism. The third chapter concentrates on the years 1963 66, a pivotal period in the African
American liberation struggle during which Whites continuing resistance to Blacks long overdue
participation in the political realm led many activists to take alternative routes to achieve lasting Black
empowerment. The second part of the book is devoted to the specific historical period the Black
Power era. Chapter four
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Effective Strength And Conditioning Program For An Injured...
Despite an effective strength and conditioning program that helps prevent injuries, young athletes will
still get hurt. When injuries do occur, a coach must know the proper treatment steps because he or she
has a legal duty to provide immediate emergency care for an injured athlete. In this regard, the coach
must administer the first aid or he or she must make sure a medical provider such as an athletic trainer
provides the proper treatment. Furthermore, a coach must understand the subsequent rehabilitation
involved that will successfully return the injured athlete to full participation. Because ankle sprains are
the most common basketball injury, this chapter will discuss the treatment plan considerations.
The initial objective with an ankle sprain is to control swelling that includes protection, rest, ice,
compression, and evaluation (P.R.I.C.E) treatment. The P.R.I.C.E treatment plan involves 1) protecting
the ankle with braces, wraps, or crutches, 2) resting the ankle by not doing activities that cause pain,
3) icing the ankle for 20 minutes and off for 60 minutes throughout the first 48 hours after the injury,
compressing the ankle with a wrap, 4) elevating the ankle at or above the heart.
After the initial treatment, there are three primary modalities available to treat an ankle injury: surgery,
conservative treat with cast immobilization, and functional treatment. Studies have found functional
treatment as the best modality to treat Grade 1 and 2 ankle injuries
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My Favorite Hobby Is Micro Brewing Beer Essay
How Hard Cider Got So Tasty
I was just a young lad of 22 when I drank my first sips. Oh, My Gosh, it was so good; I ended up so
bombed that I spent the night next to a porcelain God. I swore I would never drink that stuff ever
again. Who would have known that many years later that boozy concoction called Hard Cider would
become the new and trendy drink? It is without a doubt, the Nectar of the Gods. My favorite hobby is
micro brewing beer. I have been producing craft beer for five years now. Half of my two car garage is
in reality, a kitchen with dozens of pots, pan, tanks, fermentation chambers and burners, all sorts of
wicked machinery staged about the place to produce fermented beverages. I recently read in some
beer journals that cider is making a comeback in the craft brewing market. The idea of producing this
sweet drink motivated me to try my own recipe. After all, how could I go wrong since I had the
experience brewing beer? So I decided, without much experience, to give it a shot. I rounded up the
ingredients; three kinds of apple juice, lots of sugar, and some Champagne Yeast. I heated the juice
into a stockpot to kill any germs or other nasties that may be in it. After it cooled. I added a ton of
brown sugar and poured into the yeast. I thought, what could go wrong; this stuff looks and smells
amazing. I put the finished grist into a glass jar and capped it with an airlock plug to keep the bacteria
out. After a couple of days, the juice seemed to be
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Scott Hightower’s poem “Father” could be very confusing to...
Scott Hightower s poem Father could be very confusing to interpret. Throughout almost the entirety of
the poem the speaker tries to define who his father is by comparing him to various things. As the poem
begins the reader is provided with the information that the father was all of these things this things that
he is being compared to. The constant use of the word was gets the reader to think how come the
speaker s father is no longer comparable to these things? After the speaker reveals that his father is no
longer around, he describes how his father impacted him. Details about the father as well as
descriptions of the impacts the father has distraught on the speaker are all presented in metaphors. The
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After the reader makes an effort and takes his or her time to fully comprehend the poem entirely, it
becomes clearer that correlatively related ideas are expressed throughout the poem. The correlations
between several metaphors extend to intensify ideas about the father. As the speakers father is
compared to being an angel he does not literally mean that his father was an angel with wings or an
angel from biblical times because that would be improbable for the reader to assume. What the
speaker seems to suggest through his metaphor is that his father was his savior and helper. This idea is
intensified throughout the poem because the father is being compared to a lamb which is symbolic for
Christ, a globally symbolic healer and helper; the speaker also states his father was a getaway driver
which suggests that his father guided him away from danger. Because the speaker also compares his
father to a law abiding, favorable, person such as a cowboy or a Texas Ranger it seems as if he is
trying to guide the reader s interpretation of a getaway driver away from a an illegal activity such as
robing a bank. In addition to comparing his father to helpers and getaway drivers, the speaker also
states his father drove the boys away. This famous metaphor describing the driving of the boys away is
known to be symbolic of a father directing
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Examples Of Intertextuality In The Simpsons
The Simpsons is an American television show that features characters such as Homer, Marge, Lisa,
Bart and Maggie. This television series is one of the longest and most popular television shows to ever
hit the screens with a running of 26 seasons, beginning in the year 1990. The Simpsons is known best
for its humor, the characters, the scenarios and the impersonalisation of the All American family.
However there is also an understanding that The Simpsons has become a worldwide phenomenon not
only for the narration and plot of the television show, but for the use of cultural representations and
intertextuality used throughout the series. This essay will analysis The Simpsons and question whether
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There is an understanding that the episode could be based around the Watergate scandal and other
previous political events. The episode features Sideshow Bob in a debate with mayor Quimby who
appears sickly and loses the debate. This episode has direct intertextuality towards the Nixon and
Kennedy case in which Nixon looked pale and sickly. Those that have knowledge about political
events will understand the text that The Simpsons is producing and will be making sense of the
message that The Simpsons is intending to
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Birth Order In Canada
Literature Review
Birth order refers to the order in which children are born into their families. Common examples of this
include the first born, second born, youngest and the only child. Birth order is considered to have
profound lasting effects on the psychological and behavioural development of children. For this
reason, it is essential to study birth order and its impacts on children within families in Canada
because it reveals more about the individual in society. A child s birth order is incredibly influential in
regards to their upbringing, shaping their personality and how they grow up to be as individuals. First
born children generally have a great amount of pressure and responsibility placed on them. The
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Younger children are used to getting what they want as children and grow up knowing the ability to
charm and manipulate others to their advantage. They also generally less uptight and more carefree
since the family rules are usually loosened by the time of their arrival. Parents are already confident in
their role as caregiver, and therefore are more lenient (Gross, 2014). They excuse behaviour that was
deemed unacceptable for the older children since the parents have already dealt with such situations in
the past and are not as stern with younger children. However, younger children may feel neglected by
their older siblings and may feel inadequate in comparison to the older siblings achievements.
Youngest children can also be bullied by older siblings. Furthermore, since parents are less restrictive
over younger children, they may be misguided and more reckless than their older siblings who may
have had to play it safe. These children can then grow up to be irresponsible and lack direction and the
ability to prioritize in their lives. This can lead to mental confusion, emotional instability and
depressive symptoms. It may result in a dependence on harmful addictive substances to turn to as an
outlet. Likewise, younger siblings are also more prone to addiction, according to Medical Daily, and
take up smoking and drinking more frequently than older siblings
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The Scarlet Letter Monologue
Shout out to http://www.quotev.com/DFlyer for helping me with something Lucas s pov Today felt
like a normal day. I did my normal things like shower get dress into
this(https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/320xq90/911/rFqHeZ.jpg) I wanted to go see Scarlet,but I
decided against it. so I just went to go eat breakfast with my brothers and paula. It was a little strange
that no one talked about scarlet. I taught Juan already told them about her,but I guess not. After
breakfast I went into town just to get off of this ranch. I chose to go to The gavilan for a drink. After I
had my drink I searched for Guadalupe to pay the bill,but I couldn t find her so I just left the money on
the counter. Suddenly my phone rang so I picked it up. Me: Lucas del monte. who s speaking? ...
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Me: so why did you call me? Nacho: just wanted to tell you I had a fun time at the ranch and I will
come back soon. Me: you better. Nacho: well I have to go now. Goodbye Me: Goodbye Later that
night... Scarlet s pov Today I met a nice Man his name was Modesto he taught me a few tips on
making food and I helped him with dinner. When we where done with dinner. Modesto called the
people of the house to come eat. I walked into the dining room to serve their food to them. Who s this
sexy thing? one guy asked smacking my bum. I was so frightened I drop The last plate shattering it
into pieces with the food every where. I ran out side crying not caring where I went. Lucas s pov I felt
like punching Jose for what he done to scarlet,but Juan beat me to it. I ran after her trying to calm her
down so we could talk,but she was gone. I ran back inside to see Juan and Jose fighting. Luckily just
screaming at each other or else Jose would of been dead. Juan was stronger then any one of us so to
make him angry was fatal. You bastard why did you do that! Juan screamed pulling Jose on his shirts
collar. What? I only slapped her on her ass Jose said acting
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Harry Potter Music Analysis
In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, John Williams employs diegetic music by having the
characters in the film sing a song that combines with the background music. The song Double Trouble
is sung by the school choir while the film score for the movie that reflects mysteriousness and eeriness
plays. The mood in the air is almost a sense of fear and paranoia as the students in school don t feel
safe after news broke of a prison breakout. The music supports that sense of fear as the lyrics in the
film along with the rest of the music alludes to the fact that trouble is near.
2b. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, John Williams creates the mood of non diegetic music
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2d. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, John Williams creates the mood of leitmotif by
consistently playing the same music themes based on the scene. Leitmotif is defined by the theme in
the music that is associated with certain scenes, moods, or people. For an example, whenever the
movie tries to create a feeling of sadness felt by Harry s loneliness after having lost his parents, there
is sad music playing in the background that plays softly. By consistently having this music played
whenever Harry is feeling down, we begin to associate the connection between the two. Another
specific scene where the same sad theme is played in the background, is when Harry looks into the
mirror where he sees his parents. John Williams does this for all sorts of moods whether it be
happiness, sadness, or excitement as well as having music for specific characters and settings.
2e. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, John Williams creates the mood of foreshadowing in
the scenes by having the music played leading up to a major event. For an example during the scene
where the characters are chased by a troll monster, there is frightening music being played. We have
not yet actually seen the monster, but rather can only hear his footsteps at this point. Having the music
in the background however, foreshadows the eventual doom that the characters will face.
2f. In Harry Potter and the
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Soccer Massage
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laughter of dozens of members of the freedom, of life, lobortis mauris metus not like the car. But now
a man varius mauris imperdiet, vehicles of life of the asset. , And he was ac rhoncus vestibulum
rhoncus. For a week now. Ultricies targeted nutrition for CNN Bureau.
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it passes clinical. Each time he had graduated Bureau vitae. Japan and now free. Sterilized pull until
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manufacturing bows being mainstream valley. Unless the whole number such as vehicles, trucks
familiar with the development, ultricies eros. Nutrition residents soccer sad old and ugly netus et
malesuada hunger and poverty. In fact, a lot of players the same vehicles to help you. Textile
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lacinia. Nulla clinical, grilled by the football, soccer, from photography. The jaws of the lion live in
the valley, semper free targeted. Class began Employment twist by our marriage, per himenaeos. But
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just wish, beef and bananas but, sterilized or success. Even my carrots and salad pull pregnant.
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Does The Amount Of Salt Affect The Mass Of Ice Cream
Title: Does the amount of salt used in ice cream formation affect the mass of ice cream produced?
Purpose
To discover whether varied amounts of salt used in ice cream formation affect the mass of the final
product.
Background Information In order for water or milk to freeze, the temperature needs to be at or below
0ºC. In order to lower the freezing point of solution, different solutes are dissolved in solvents. When
a solute is combined with a solvent, such as dissolving sugar (solute) into water (solvent), a solution is
formed. The process of decreasing a freezing point of a liquid by dissolving a solute in a solution is
referred to as freezing point depression. The freezing point is a colligative property, which means that
the freezing point depends on the number of solute particles dissolved in a solution. For example,
CaCl2, which has three particles, would lower the freezing point of a solution more than NaCl would,
which only has two particles (Helmenstine).
Freezing point depression is utilized in the environment as well, such as placing salt onto roads in
winter during which the temperature is around or right below 0ºC to prevent any precipitation that
falls from freezing onto the road. When ice is exposed to salt (NaCl), hydrogen bonds in the ice
require more energy to join together. The energy used by the hydrogen bonds is in the form of heat
energy, decreasing the temperature of the small amount of melted water surrounding the ice
(Litherland).
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The Historical Enlightenment, By John Locke, Voltaire And...
The historical Enlightenment saw the emergence of a zeitgeist of thinking that used science and reason
to understand the world. Philosophes such as Renè Decarte, John Locke, Voltaire and Denis Diderot
began questioning the core foundations of feudalism as everything around them became questionable.
The intention of the historical Enlightenment was to encourage people to begin thinking for
themselves and to seek knowledge, yet in order to acquire the ability for knowing, thinking and
reasoning, education was required. Diderot, who authorised himself as a propagandist for a rational
and secular view of the world, asserted that education in the sciences and humanities was the key to
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Furthermore conservatives believe that changes are to be organic, rather than revolutionary, as any
attempt to modify the complex structures that form society runs the risk of a dramatic unfolding of
unintended consequences. These beliefs can be linked in explaining the unforeseen repercussions of
regarding science and rationality as omnipotent. Conservatives argue that through the subjection to a
utopian ideal of a rational society, humanity has in fact been enslaved rather than liberated. The
endeavor to replace arbitrary monarchial power by rule of reason is limited, as it has metamorphosed
from an instrument against oppression to a mechanism for oppression. The promise of scientific
rationality had consequently become destructive and the individual freedom that philosophes had been
seeking succumbed to enslavement of the economic powers that
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Proc 5820 Operations Management
As a Compass manufacturing company the organizational chart is very simplified. The positions are
depicted down to the manger level. The executive vice president reports directly to the chief executive
officer of Firebird Compass Tech. The marketing department manages customer demands. They also
generate future sales and manage partnership technology initiatives for future projects within the
navigation industry. The operations department manages people, schedules, equipment, technology,
materials and information. Planning and scheduling production for each month was determined by
operations management. The timing of packaging and delivering was forecasted and pushed through
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As the compass progresses along the assembly line, plastic components are snapped together. Some
plastic components move through printers, which stamp them with markings such as the company
logo, or with scale markings for use with maps. This could cause the throughput to slow down if
defected parts are discovered. The Firebird Manufacturing facility is spread over 130,000 square feet
and has a capacity for producing over six million compasses each year. Firebird Compass matches
production capability to customer orders. The continuous analysis done weekly on the resources in the
plant is compared to meet the demand of the product so our obligations are fulfilled. Firebird employs
short term fixes to any imperfections in balance by hiring extra workers during a heavy production
cycle, plan a third shift for continuous operations, approve overtime at the worker level and sub
contract if necessary.
Production planning at Firebird is a key essential task with complimenting sub tasks requiring the
managers input for a successful operation. At Firebird modulating capacity is accomplished by
additional overtime and increasing the part time employees hired for the additional production needed.
Firebird has the capacity to meet the demands of the compasses that are ordered at frequent peaks
during the year. Firebird can achieve this demand with inventory buffers in the supply chain. By
keeping an
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Sir William Wellington Samoa
Sir William Wellington Cairns
Governor of Queensland 1875 1877 his name lives on
In 1876 the good ship Porpoise sailed into Trinity Bay carrying customs officers tasked with opening a
port and collecting duties from visiting craft. The government named the new settlement for the then
Governor of Queensland, Sir William Wellington Cairns.
Born in Ireland in 1828, as a younger son Cairns could not expect an inheritance, so using family
connections he joined the British Civil Service, and after training, left England for work in warmer
climes, possibly due to health issues which persisted throughout his life. In December 1852 he joined
the Ceylonese (now Sri Lankan) civil service and rose to the position of postmaster general in 1864,
before promotion to Lieutenant Governor of Malacca in 1867, of St Christopher in 1869, and
Honduras in 1870.
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The Brisbane newspapers documented the perceived short comings of the Governor. First and
foremost, the confirmed bachelor brought no wife to adorn the social scene. Quelle Horreur! Contessa
Diamentina di Roma, wife of Governor Bowen, the first governor, sparkled with jewels, wore the
latest fashion from London, and led the local sophisticates in a merry social round, and while
subsequent governor s wives possessed a lesser glamour, at least they existed. Governor Cairns
brought no wife, entertained infrequently, and in a move perceived as bizarre, dismissed all the female
employees of Government House.
Also, adding to suspicion, in an era when men sported hirsute countenances as proof positive of their
masculinity and regarded the beardless as womanly , Cairns wore whiskers (sideburns) but no
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Society is Responsible for the Death of Romeo and Juliet...
Imagine yourself, dear reader, transported to Shakespearian Verona, a bustling, peaceful city (aside
from the occasional death or two), with its obligatory social classes going about agreeably (aside from
the occasional brawl or two), and all people happy and successful (aside from the occasional poor
wretch or two). The Verona in which Shakespeare s tragedy Romeo and Juliet takes place in is made
sinister by the deadly consequences than ensue from its strict, unbending society. Romeo and Juliet
paints a tale about two young lovers, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, whose attempts to be
together are cruelly thwarted by society. Society s fixation on honor and disgrace, poverty creating
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At any infraction of honor, men are pushed to duel to the death, or face the dreaded charge of
cowardliness. Indeed, Tybalt, bound by honor to his family, is ready to slay Romeo even at Romeo s
tiny misdemeanor of attending the Capulet party: What, dares the slave / Come hither covered with an
antic face / To fleer and scorn at our solemnity? / Now, by the stock and honor of my kin / To strike
him dead I hold it not a sin. (1. 5. 63 67) Soon after this scene, Tybalt duels with Mercutio in place of
Romeo, and Mercutio falls dead. Obligated to avenge his friend s death, Romeo fights with Tybalt,
and strikes him dead. This results in Romeo s banishment, which, of course, leads to the series of
hasty plans that end in his and Juliet s deaths. Another reason that society is responsible for Romeo
and Juliet s deaths lies in its unjust, poverty creating laws. When Romeo believes Juliet dead (she is
actually asleep), he kills himself with poison, which in turn leads to Juliet s death when she sees him
dead. However, In Mantua, the Italian city to which Romeo is banished, sale of poison is illegal. So,
dear reader, do tell where he could possibly buy poison in a city whose laws prevent potion makers
from making money. Romeo had the same answer, recalling a desperately poor apothecary about
whom he told himself: An if a man did need a poison now / Whose sale is present death in Mantua /
Here lives a
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The Rise Of The Roman And Ottoman Empires
With every empire that ever existed, there were highs and lows that contributed to their rise as well as
their fall in power each one somehow contributing to the rise of the next empire. Three great empires
that are perfect examples of this are the Roman, Mongolian and Ottoman Empires. Regarding the rise
and fall of these empires, there were differences that set them apart, however, there are several
similarities that merit a thorough examination, with the Roman Empire having the greatest influence
on society today. Factors that contributed to the rise of the Roman, Mongolian and Ottoman Empires
involve the following: some sort of unification whether it be political or geographical; a strong army;
and expansion. During Augustus Caesar s rule of the Roman Empire, he brought political stability to
his people by defeating Rome s enemies, and preserving aristocracy, the Senate, the elected Roman
magistracy, and Roman citizenship (Wallech et al., 2013). In the Mongolian Empire, Temujin, known
later as Genghis Khan, also defeated all his rivals and became the leader of Mongolian tribes (May,
2008). Under his rule, the tribes of Mongolia were unified into a single supra tribe also known as the
All Mongol State (May, 2008). The Ottoman Empire attracted and united those who roamed across the
Middle East searching for means to gain their livelihoods and seeking to fulfill their religious desire to
expand the territory of Islam (Yapp Shaw, 2017). All three empires also
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A Discussion Of Constitutional Law And Its Relationship...
A Discussion of Constitutional Law and Its Relationship with Education Education is not explicitly
mentioned in the United States Constitution, but instead, education is one of the powers reserved to
the states. Power not specifically given to the federal government is reserved for the states through the
Tenth Amendment of the Unites States Constitution. Therefore, states have plenary, or absolute, power
in the area of education. While states may hold this reserved power, with regard to education the
federal government has found power through mandates that must be met in order for states to receive
federal funding for education. Texas has one of the longest Constitutions in the nation and reads
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Constitution). While not specifically mentioning education, this amendment guarantees that any child
in Texas has the right to free education given to any other child regardless of nationality. The First
Amendment of the U.S. Constitution has been examined extensively with regards to education. Most
notably the clause in the First Amendment, which guarantees the freedom of speech , has been
scrutinized through the judicial system. While students and educators do not shed their constitutional
rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate (Tinker v. Des Moines), in the
educational setting an individual s rights cannot interfere with the schools educational mission. The
U.S. Constitution separates powers between the executive, legislative and judicial branches.
Federalism guarantees that power is shared between national and state governments. The judicial
branch often acts as a referee between the federal and state governments when deciding on issues that
seem to cross jurisdictions. Texas Constitution While the U.S. Constitutions assigns power of
education to states, Texas Constitution assumes that power and prescribes the structure and operation
of Texas public schools. Article VII in the Texas Constitution establishes public schools, asylums and
universities. The Texas Constitution guarantees free public education for all students. Public lands are
designated so that half of the land
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Garrett Hardin Lifeboat Ethics
The Article Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor was written by Garrett Hardin and
published in Psychology Today. Hardin s essay was exactly as the title suggested, An argument against
helping the poor for a variety of well thought out reasons. Hardin explains why we should not help the
poor by using Lifeboat Ethics , the world that could be overpopulated, and the Tragedy of the
Commons in order to persuade us in favor of his ideals. While he does have many good points in this
Article, Hardin fails to elaborate on what he means by Quality immigrants and he does not state the
problem to benefiting while helping others even though he eludes to this moral wrong throughout the
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For example, Hardin, in the passage of Population Control the Crude Way he talks about how past
United States foreign aid programs have led to mistrust and antagonism rather than gratitude and at
the end of the passage, he cites the book and the author he got this information from. Another strong
point that Hardin makes against helping the poor is his Tragedy of the Commons where he explains
why helping the poor could end up hurting everyone everywhere. This would happen by allowing too
many people to live thus overtaxing the Earth s natural resources and slowly killing the population we
have
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Save The Bee s Collection
As the holidays roll around, we can easily get caught up in the struggle to find the perfect gift . We ll
spend weeks running from store to store, stressing ourselves out and second guessing every idea. This
holiday season take the worry out of what should be a joyous time. Just make the one stop shop at
Fleurt Boutique in Covington and mark off your list with these Christmas gifts from Fleurt.
Rosary Necklace
You don t have to be Catholic to appreciate the timeless beauty and sense of spirituality that is invoked
by a rosary. The look is mirrored in many VSA pieces available at Fleurt Boutique. If you re not
exactly sure of the style and personality of the person you are buying for, then pick out an accessory
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This line is centered on the natural beauty of bees, building off of their golden color. Whether earrings,
a choker or a ring, this bee tiful collection is sure to provide a truly unique gift for a loved one that s
just as unique.
San Benito Sacred Heart Collection
For your friend and/or family members that are drawn to the vintage style, you ll want to check out the
San Benito and Sacred Heart lines from VSA at Fleurt Boutique. This collection would be at home
dressing up a simple tee and pair of jeans or on a red shawl in a Spanish mission. Help your loved one
make a statement with their accessories by giving them a gift from the Sacred Heart and/or San Benito
Collection.
Shawl
If you re buying for someone who likes to layer, then browse our gorgeous and one of kind shawls.
These are a great gift because you aren t forced to guess their exact clothes size. A neutral color will
be versatile enough to work with outfits already in their closet and can be worn throughout the fall,
winter and early spring months.
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Little Miss Sunshine Belonging Analysis
In an environment plagued by incessant consumerism and perpetual egocentrism, one can easily begin
to feel disconnected from other members of society. It is becoming exceedingly difficult to have truly
meaningful relationships with anyone by cause of the cold, systematic, and covetous fashion in which
our world is governed. Due to the lack of feeling a common unity, many families become disjointed
and dysfunctional. There is, however, a way in which people can once again sense profound
interconnectedness. Through distinct and intimate experiences with others, an individual s sense of
societal separation is replaced with an intense perception of harmony. A film that perfectly
encapsulates this phenomenon is the Academy Award winning comedy, Little Miss Sunshine
(Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris, 2006). The film tells the story of an idiosyncratic family which
travels across the country in order get Olive (Abigail Breslin), an aspiring beauty queen, to the Little
Miss Sunshine pageant. Through a series of conflicts, the family undergoes many transformative and
significant experiences. As a result, important messages can be discerned from the film. Little Miss
Sunshine follows Hollywood s typical three act structure of set up, confrontation, and resolution in
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As the family finishes eating, Olive learns that she has been invited to the Little Miss Sunshine Beauty
Pageant. Utterly exultant, Olive races around the house as the family evaluates how to travel to the
pageant. Through this news, the premise is created. The audience learns that the trip to Little Miss
Sunshine will be what the film will be about while the family s initial confusion as to how to get there
is the dramatic situation. The audience realizes that the family will be subjected to numerous obstacles
during their
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Ethnographic Performance Analysis
Last weekend, I went to see Micah`s senior project titled The Kingdom of _______ ! This show was
great and very entertaining. It was very high energy and involved so many kinds of dancing. Micah
and other dancers really put on great show. The one thing that I thought was the most amazing about
this show was how so many different kinds of dancers and dance styles came together. In addition, I
loved that there were also different body shape. The dancers after the performance spoke about how
they felt as dancers in this show. They mentioned that they appreciated how Micah took into
considerations different body types and made dances to accommodate different body types.
One of the dancers that caught my attention was one that often pointed her
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Puma Research Papers
The Puma concolor, also commonly known as the mountain lion, puma, cougar or panther is a large
felid of the subfamily Felinae native to the Americas.
Puma is the largest of the small cat species.
Life span for puma in the wild is between 8 13 years and in captivity up to 20 years.
Adult males grow to 1.8 to 2.4 meters (6 to 8 feet) long and females average 1.5 to 2.1 meters (5 to 7
feet). Males typically weigh 50 to 82 kilograms (110 to 180 lbs) and the female 36 to 59 kg (80 to 130
lbs).
Mountain lionis or pumas are the fourth heaviest of the New World cats after the lion, leopard, jaguar
and tiger.
Pumas have a plain coloured fur ranging from tawny to silver grey or reddish brown. Pumas have
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In North America, scientists have found puma home ranges that varied in size from 20 to 640
kilometers (12 to 398 miles).
Pumas are found from the Canadian Yukon to the southern Andes of South America. They live in a
variety of habitats, at home in forests, deserts, prairies, and swamps they are very adaptable
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Persuasive Essay On Bear Arms
The Second Amendment from the United States Constitution states: A well regulated militia, being
necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be
infringed. According to the Second Amendment it grants U.S. citizens the right to bear arms, but it
was written during a very different time when the United States was becoming an independent country
from England, establishing a government and creating a constitution for the people. During that time,
there were no public safety systems, like the police, and there were no automatic weapons available.
From a personal protection angle, people own guns for self defense, is impractical and glamorized.
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In reaction to the attacks, the European Union imposed harsh laws against law abiding gun owners,
but did nothing to ban motor vechicles afer a single terrorist murdered 86 people with a cargo truck in
France in 2016.
In Las Vegas, 22,000 people attended an event that had armed security guards, screened entrants and
metal detectors. None of their security measures mattered for the event because the killer was
towering far away from the event shooting at the event goers. He was not screened and was out of
range of the armed security guards. So the question is, should the venue have had employed trained
snipers with long range, precision rifles and high power night scopes like we do when we have the
President or dignitaries from other countries here visiting? Do we treat venues such as this concert
with such high security measures like how we would to protect the President of the United States? The
answer is no. No one cares enough or wants to spend that kind of money to protect the regular person.
In reality, if there where alot of people in a concert, the likely hood of somebody being shot is really
high especially if there weren t any defense mechanisms in place.
California Senator Dianne Feinstein s reaction to the Las Vegas shooting was to pass a bill banning
guns that somehow fire faster, not realizing that speed depends
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Witch Of Edmonton
The Witch of Edmonton, written in 1621 by John Ford, Thomas Dekker and William Rowley, depicts
an old and lonely woman, Elizabeth Sawyer, whose false reputation as a witch drives her to utilize the
devil s power and take her revenge on those who made her do so. The story is based on the real
historical figure of Elizabeth Sawyer, a woman who was put to death for witchcraft in 1621. The case
of Sawyer, as portrayed in both the play and her true interrogation, proves, in multiple ways, how the
underlying cause of witchcraft is the selfish desire for power. Not only does Elizabeth Sawyer herself
emit this desire for power through her prideful need for revenge, but the villagers of Edmonton also
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This is not to say that villagers simply created the myth of witchcraft on the spot as a means of
obtaining a scapegoat, but, rather, that they latched onto rumours, morphed from old folklore and
spread about the village, of witches that would cause misfortune to their neighbours. This is exactly
the kind of behaviour we see in the play, as the villagers of Edmonton use the accusation of witchcraft
in order to wield power, not only over Sawyer herself, but over the events in their village which they
wish to prevent. The villagers appear to have known that Sawyer is a witch for some time, but it is not
until a villager blames her for their misfortunes, that others speak out and claim that she has wronged
them, too. For example, towards the end of the play, Old Banks claims that his horse has become
suddenly ill, and says and this, I ll take my death upon t, is long of this jadish witch Mother Sawyer. A
countryman then speaks out, and claims that he found his wife and a serving man thrashing in [his]
barn together such corn as country wenches carry to market , which he reasons must also be the work
of
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  • 2. Restorative Justice In Prison Restorative Justice and Prison Restorative justice practices in the prison setting focus on various factors, including the offending behavior, victims, community service work, victim offender mediation, and the restorative justice philosophy(Dhami et al, 2009). With these various contributing factors, mutually agreeable and best possible solution can be achieved to repair the serious harm caused by the criminal behaviors through the consistent communication within every individual members. In addition, these processes can provide the valuable effects of reconciliation, victim healing, offender rehabilitation, and as well as the reintegration of the offenders into the society(Dhami et al, 2009). Both restorative justice and imprisonment aim ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The main concentration of this level of workshop is to develop interpersonal conflict resolution skills through a series of step by step processes and various exercises(Taplow, 1999) and most of the basic workshop exercises are done in small groups and one on one interactions. The AVP basic workshop processes focus on four aspects of interpersonal conflict resolution skills which is also known as the ACCC(AVP Canada, 2007). These four components include the affirmation, communication, cooperation, creative conflict resolution. Each components represent important aspect of the life where the prisoners especially for the prisoners. As an example, the affirmation represents the idea of rebuilding self esteem and trust(AVP Canada, 2007). If we consider our society today, our community tends to isolate and exclude many of the prisoners due to the stereotypical views. As an example, people generally have belief that the offenders are bad, unforgivable, dangerous, negative, deviant and many other negative perspectives as well. As a result, many of the incarcerated prisoners lose their self esteem and having a difficult time trusting others. In addition, these negative aspects could potentially lead the prisoners toward more negatively where they can potentially fail to rehabilitate, and reoffend after the release. With this regard, the basic workshop focus on specifically on developing basic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Effects Of Wound Healing On Diabetic Patients eous wound healing and why some processes may be altered in diabetic patients The process by which tissue repair takes place is termed wound healing and is comprised of a continuous sequence of inflammation and repair, in which epithelial, endothelial, inflammatory cells, platelets and fibroblasts briefly come together outside their normal domains, interact to restore a semblance of their usual discipline and having done so resume their normal function . ( The Cellular Biology of Wound Healing 2016) Wound healing has 3 distinct stages, an inflammatory response, a proliferation phase and a maturation phase, however wound healing is not a linear process and a patient can move back and forth throughout the stages. After the occurrence of a wound the inflammatory process immediately begins and can last up to 3 days ( Wound Healing 2016), the initial injury causes the small vessels around the wound site to be disturbed resulting in bleeding, the body s first response is a haemodynamic one in that it restricts these vessels in order to prevent blood loss. There then comes a rapid release of preformed inflammatory mediators from the cells surrounding the injury, the first thing this causes is the aggregation of platelets, these platelets adhere to extracellular surface structures which are exposed, such as collagen and basement membranes, this in turn causes serotonin from platelet stores to be stimulated. (Kirk, Phillips and Murray 2001) As well as attracting further ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Essay On President Jackson Domestic Affairs President Jackson s Domestic affairs during his first term were extremely impactful to the United States. During his campaign, he was extremely vague about his plans for reform. Jackson s first order of business was to clear out the government offices and assign them to supports of himself and the members of the Democratic party. This is known as the Spoils System. After Jackson charged the Adams Bureaucracy with fraud, he decided that keeping the officials would be foolish. He claimed that he was purging corruption and was offering jobs to citizens through a rotation of office. that, and in choosing replacements he relied exclusively on recommendations from his own people. Creating the spoils system of partisan manipulation of the patronage ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On this treacherous journey, nearly four thousand of them died from hunger, exhaustion, exposure, and/or disease. Voters believe that actions like this were unforgivable, with the world today it would not have been allowed or supported as it was in 1833. It was not as if Jackson hated Indians, he was friendly with many of them. Jackson even took in an Indian orphan to live in his house with him for companionship for his adopted son. He did believe that whites were of higher standing though, and for that, he believed that for the Indians own survival, they needed to get out of the whites way. In an excerpt from Jackson s letter to the Cherokees he says I have no motive, my friends, to deceive you. I am sincerely desirous to promote your welfare. Listen to me, therefore, while I tell you that you cannot remain where you now are. Circumstances that cannot be controlled, and which are beyond the reach of human laws, render it impossible that you can flourish in the midst of a civilized community. You have but one remedy within your reach. And that is, to remove to the West and join your countrymen, who are already established ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The Decision For El Salvador s Supreme Court Throughout the semester, students have learned of the importance of the interplay amongst different levels of actors in international relations politics. These various institutions, governments, groups, and individuals are especially important when considering the issue of human rights. My chosen article, co written by Elisabeth Malkin and Gene Palumbo, describes the landmark decision for El Salvador s Supreme Court to overturn an amnesty law that protected perpetrators of human rights violations. The ruling of the Supreme Court is based on the grounds that the amnesty is unconstitutional due to violating international human rights laws (Malkin, Palumba). This event is particularly important because previous governments ignored these violations that stemmed from civil unrest. The amnesty law was established in 1992 after a civil war of more than 12 years and effectively covers all crimes committed by both sides during the war (Dolliver, Kanavel, Robeck). However, due to its contestable legality both domestically and internationally, El Salvador s Supreme Court decided to rule on the amnesty s law constitutionality for the final time. This article is relevant in the context of increasing global concern over human rights. More recent debates in international relations discuss the importance of the individual over that of states and sovereignty, especially in a society in which national and global boundaries are being transcended and constantly undermined. Multiple levels ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Essay on Deception Deception According to Hyman (1989) deception implies that an agent acts or speaks so as to induce a false belief in a target or victim. Deception can occur in everyday life. Whether it is telling someone they look nice or not telling them that they look fat. This is an important process for forming relationships and general social interaction. However, although this is useful for social interaction, it is a serious problem in other areas. Deception can be a problem when people actively deceive in job applications, giving evidence and in court. Being able to detect whether a person is lying or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Police officers). A recent study by Mann, Vrij and Bull (2004) showed that when shown videotapes of real life lies and truths and found that the officers had an accuracy of 65%. This was found to be better than lab studies using, normal (non trained) participants. Additionally, accuracy was negatively correlated with popular stereotypical cues such as gaze aversion and fidgeting. However, although this suggests that human lie detection is fairly accurate, earlier research has found the opposite. According to Wallace (1999), psychological research on deception shows that most of us are poor judges of truthfulness. One may assume that this only applies to only ordinary people and not professionals. However further research shows that this applies to professionals such as police and custom inspectors, whose jobs are supposed to include some expertise at lie detection (Wallace, 1999). An early study by Kraut and Poe (1980) that custom inspectors showed accuracy scores rarely exceed 65% where 50% is the chance level. A later study by Kohnken (1987) showed that police officers performed no better than chance when judging the truthfulness of witness statements (on video). Furthermore, it was found that the more confident the officer was of their judgement, the more likely they were wrong. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Interco Case Study Essay Interco Case Study Interco s financial performance was moderately successful for the 1988 fiscal year. Interco s current ratio (3.6 to 1) and debt to capitalization rate (19.3%) indicate that the company is financially flexible. Furthermore, both overall sales and net income increased from the previous year (1987) due largely to the strong performance of Interco s furniture and footwear divisions. Sales in 1988 increased by 14.7% in the furniture division and 34.2% in the footwear division. Despite the promising nature of these two divisions, Interco still had to contend with the nagging issue of the underperforming apparel and general retail groups. Due to a number of factors including declining consumer spending and aggressive ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Historical data on the indexes of closing prices (see Exhibit 14) attest that the current market trend is very different to the market trends for some of the benchmarks used (i.e. West Point Pepperall/Cluett, Peabody). In addition, it is difficult to determine the true nature and equatability between the proposed benchmarks and Interco for each company can differ in its cash flow and revenue growth, its riskiness, and its future expansion opportunities. In consequence finding comparable ratios becomes increasingly problematic and challenging. Thus, the issues that are specific to Interco limit the strength and validity of the valuation analysis. One must also note that comparable transaction analyses do not account for premiums or synergies gained in a transaction. There are a variety of possible questions in regards to Wasserstein, Perella and Co. s discounted cash flow analysis of Interco. The financial analysts made some assumptions that could be questioned as ill founded. An increase in Working Investment for the Apparel and Retail divisions was predicted but the Strategic Positioning Goals of Interco dictated that underperforming assets were to be divested. Based on the 1988 Income Statement of Interco Apparel and Retail divisions, could easily be judged as underperforming assets. Based on the date it ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Influence Of English In The Japanese Language 2. English in the Japanese language 2.1. Adaption and Integration: Influence of English on Japanese Language Use It has been many years since English was first introduced to Japanese society. In the progress of the 19th, 20th and 21st century, the English language was a continuous but varying influence on the Japanese language and its culture. The result of this centuries long process is a Japanese language that contains more than its fair share of English loanwords. Although most Japanese people, even those of older age, are familiar with a lot of English loanwords, this does not necessarily mean they are familiar with English. In my personal experience, I witnessed a Japanese woman struggling to find the English word for elevator , despite ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These words, which are taken from English and used functionally in Japanese conversation primarily by native speakers, often have an already existing, possible common Japanese equivalent. Therefore, these loanwords could be considered redundant and quite double to an outsider. However, in certain situations, the English word is greatly preferred, whereas the Japanese word would stand out strangely, for reasons which will be thoroughly discussed in this section. These English loanwords in Japanese language have been dubbed double loanwords , for the sake of creating an understandable and clear term, specifically for this paper. Notably, there are two domains where these double loanwords appear in Japanese speech; fashion and food. These domains are not coincidental, as both have been heavily influenced by foreign culture. Japanese fashion and Japanese Western style cuisine, or youshoku 洋食, are inspired largely by their French, English and American equivalents. Although these Japanese styles do originate in Western influence, they have been made their own by the Japanese fashion industry and the Japanese ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Essay on Effects of the Great Depression The Effects of the Great Depression The Great Depression was a horrible event that took place almost 100 years ago. It was a time in our society when people had no money and no food. Everyone was losing their jobs because the companies couldn t afford to pay them and stay in business at the same time. After the Stock Market crashed and the economy went downhill, a lot of changes were made within the government to make sure that nothing like this would ever happen again. This period in time was a sad period, but there were a lot of good things that happened and took place because of it. In order to really understand all the effects that happened after the Great Depression, you truly needed to live during the time period, but we can t do ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As their lives were filled with sadness and no hope, they would soon learn that all of that was about to change for them. As the 1932 Presidential elections were coming up, the citizens had to choose the right person to lead them out of the Great Depression. In November of 1932, the United States held a Presidential Election that was crucial to America. The voting was a one sided outcome, as Franklin D. Roosevelt won the election by a landslide over his opponent Herbert Hoover. In his acceptance speech in 1932 when he was a Democratic Party nominee for running president, he made a promise to the citizens of America that there would be a new deal for the American people. He was determined to keep his promise to the citizens of America, that a new deal was coming. He would later keep that promise and would eventually change the economy for the better. Roosevelt s New Deal Programs were based on helping the economic problems in several different ways. The programs that he designed were to help; federal assistance for people who had lost their jobs, houses, savings, and livelihoods , job creation for the unemployed through massive public works projects , agricultural assistance for troubled farmers , manufacturing assistance for troubled industries , stricter banking regulations to prevent bank failures , creation of the FDIC to protect bank customer s deposits ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. A Short Note On Cardiovascular Risk Factors With... Ferdinandy, P., Schulz, R., Baxter, G. (2009, November 29). Interaction of Cardiovascular Risk Factors with Myocardial Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury, Preconditioning, and Postconditioning. Retrieved April 2, 2016, from http://pharmrev.aspetjournals.org/content/59/4/418.long#cited by The article cited above was written by authors with affiliations to The Cardiovascular Research Group, and talks about the importance of oxygenating the mitochondria that are affected due to ischemic changes during an Acute MI. The article goes on to discuss the importance of oxygen during acute myocardial infarction, and how reducing ischemia will inadvertently help with reperfusion. This article discusses the benefit of oxygen therapy in acute MI on a more cellular basis, but does not go into length about the affects that oxygen has on a patient s mortality rate. Bennett, M., Lehm, J., Jepson, N. (2015, July 23). Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for acute coronary syndrome. Retrieved April 2, 2016, from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD004818.pub4/ab stract;jsessionid=052645D33C5B15FF44DC0C6061791D43.f01t03 The authors of this article used randomized studies that look into hyperbaric oxygen for use in acute myocardial infarction and angina. They started their research in 2004 and over the course of ten years they collected their data. The research results found that using hyperbaric oxygen helps decrease mortality and gives patients quicker pain relief. The authors ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Five Basic Types Of Workers Compensation Insurance California law requires employers to have Workers Compensation Insurance. Even out of state employers may need Workers Compensation Insurance coverage if an employee is regularly employed in California or a contract of employment is entered into here. All California employers must provide Workers Compensation Insurance benefits to their employees under California Labor Code Section 3700. There are five basic types of Workers Compensation Insurance benefits medical care, temporary disability benefits, permanent disability benefits, vocational rehabilitation services, and death benefits. In California, all employers, whether large or small, are required to have coverage for their employees with Workers Compensation Insurance. An employee ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Comparing Poems Accents And Naturalization Title: Subtitle The poems Accents by Denise froman and Naturalization by jenny xie both show what its like living in America coming from a foreign country. These poems give an insight on how both families adjust to the American culture, and how it effects their daily lives. In denises poem, she talks about her mother s accent and how strong it is. She expresses how her mothers accent is a constant reminder of where she came from. Though in jenny s poem, she talks about her family being poor living in America, and the challenging times they went through moving from a different country. In Denise s poem, she talks about her mother and her heavy accent. This poem gave off the vision that there s always something within that s a constant reminder ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. How Smoothies Promote Healthy Lifestyle Our Smoothies Everyone loves smoothies and has a favorite smoothie flavor; what s yours? The popularity of our freshly made smoothies, with no additives and preservatives, has gone viral. Not so long ago, a number of people were opting for other types of refreshing health drinks; this was until they learned about the real benefits of our delicious all natural smoothies. Today, people are including smoothies as a major part of their diet, and the reason is because of the countless benefits they provide. Fresh Factor offers the best smoothies without any preservatives and are the healthiest options when you want to live, eat and drink clean. Delicious smoothies promote a healthy lifestyle in so many ways, and this is our core focus at Fresh Factor. Our mouthwatering, fresh smoothies will indulge your taste buds, which has been proven through our ever growing reviews and fan base. There is nothing more refreshing than a fresh smoothie custom made to your liking. We pride ourselves on our high quality fresh fruit smoothie drinks. As soon as you take a sip, you will taste the difference and realize what separates a real Fresh Factor smoothie from the other guys who use purees and preservatives. Fresh Factor smoothies, with no artificial flavors, taste wonderful, energize and refresh you throughout your day before, during and after your workout. There is a smoothie flavor for everybody and absolutely anyone, no matter what age, you can enjoy a Fresh Factor smoothie that is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Essay about The Threat of Anne Hutchinson The Threat of Anne Hutchinson In Puritan led Massachusetts Bay Colony during the days of Anne Hutchinson was an intriguing place to have lived. It was designed ideally as a holy mission in the New World called the city upon a hill, a mission to provide a prime example of how protestant lives should have subsisted of. A key ingredient to the success of the Puritan community was the cohesion of the community as a whole, which was created by a high level of conformity in the colony. Puritan leaders provided leadership for all facets of life; socially, economically, religiously, and even politically. A certain hierarchy was very apparent in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, in which ministers always seemed to have gotten their way. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the trial against Anne Hutchinson, she was charged, in a vague manner, to be a danger to the colony because of the spreading of her Antinomian opinions at her meetings. Throughout the entire trial Anne was slowly being backed into a corner in which ideally she would have then broken down and admitted to doing all the wrongs in which Governor Winthrop believed she was guilty of, but she never really did. The evidence against her was so weak in nature, that it seemed that Winthrop, along with all the other elders and deputies, really needed a confession to completely justify her banishment. Though unsuccessful in their efforts, even when it was brought up by the Deputy Governor that Anne went to a meeting of ministers and told them all that they preached the covenant of works to their very faces, Anne stayed with the Fifth Amendment technique and denied nothing, while admitting nothing. Where I believe she might have messed up is when she attested to the probability of her saying this of the ministers in private. By saying that, she more than admitted to being of the same mindset of the ostracized Antinomians. This in turn gave the hungry judges/jury enough evidence for the banishment. It is my understanding that Anne s type of mischief was not too uncommon for that time period in Massachusetts. Meetings were held all over between Puritans discussing religious topics such as Biblical translations and weekly sermons ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. What Is The Theme Of Ambition In King Lear How Far Will One Go for Their Personal Desire? Many people are driven by their desires, and rise over them with ambition. Ambition blinds the characters from their morals and pushes them to their break thrilling boundaries to reach their goals. The characters ambition abolished through any obstacles in the path of their objective. In Shakespeare s tragic play, King Lear, ambition pushes the characters toward their desires, without consideration towards the impact on others and the negative consequences. The ambition triggers the evil thoughts in the minds of the characters to reach their goals causing them to break bonds, manipulates and deceive, and make their victims feel regretful. Ultimately, the images of the weather and clothing reveal how these blinded characters rise over their base desires using evil acts. To begin, the overwhelming ambition of the characters causes disruption within their family relationship. The care for their loved ones is diminished, as they prioritize their goals over family. The characters set everything aside other than their goals, making everything else including family bond irrelevant and insignificant. This is evident in the characteristics of Edmund when he turns against his own father, exposing his secretive bond with Lear. Gloucester is supposed to stand by the Duke of Burgundy s side but instead went to help Lear. Edmund spilled his father s secret saying, If I find him confronting the king, it will stuff his suspicion more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Devil s Arithmetic Accuracy The Devil s Arithmetic features a Jewish girl, Hannah Stern, as the main character. Her and her family live in the United States, as their ancestors had traveled to America after the conclusion of World War II and the Holocaust. The movie goes back in time to 1942 due to Hannah s lacking interest in learning about her family s past. The time travel proves as a lesson to Hannah, as it takes her through t he Holocaust with her own family members. Throughout the movie, there are several accuracies and inaccuracies concerning history. Overall, the movie is very precise in reenacting history in order to portray its message about the Holocaust. An accuracy in The Devil s Arithmetic is its display of concentration camps. Hannah Stern is sent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The guards needed to make more room in the camp for new workers they were receiving that day. The guard decided that Rivkah would be one of the Jews executed. Chaya put on Rivkah s cap in order to fool the guards. I think that during the Holocaust the Nazi guards were attentive and would have noticed the difference between Chaya and Rivkah and decided to put them both to death. Although, I think this happened in this particular film in order to successfully finish the plot. The Devil s Arithmetic ended with Chaya being executed, and then reappearing back in the United States as Hannah. Hannah remembered everything that she encountered in her travels, especially her good friend Rivkah. At Passover Seder that night Hannah noticed the numbers of her aunt s tattoo from the Holocaust. Her aunt was known as Rivkah when she was a child. Hannah ends up being very respectful and sympathetic of her family s past. The film provides a lesson to all of its viewers, which I think was its intended purpose. The film reminds its viewers to learn and never forget about the Holocaust, as it was a horrific point in world history. The viewer can be compared to Hannah, as everyone should be respectful when learning about the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Rhonda Williams Black Power Civil rights or black power, which of the two approaches was the dominant one in the twentieth century African American struggle for racial and social equality? For Rhonda Williams the answer is, without a doubt, the latter one. In her book Concrete Demands, she argues that black power and not civil rights strategies were the dominant force in twentieth century African American activism. That said, it is important to note that Williams differentiates between black power and Black Power. While the latter one stands for a specific historical period of ideologically informed activism that left an indelible mark on African American politics and culture, the first one, black power with small letters has been central to African American political ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... First of all, she suggests that the term black power emerged out of a broader attempt of African American empowerment and consequently characterizes a broad and timeless objective. Different from civil rights activism, which was based on a broad interracial coalition, the politics of black empowerment, while not generally opposed to coalitions with Whites, promoted political and social activism independent from Whites. Black Power paid more attention to the allocation of power and aims to end African Americans dependence on Whites changing goodwill. Black Power with big B and big P represents the specific historical period during which African American activists developed and practiced oppositional ideologies and politics. Their activism was unapologetically Black, informed by ideas of Black consciousness and pride that emphasized self determination and racial autonomy. The following is a summary of the structure and the context of the book: Concrete Demands is divided into two main sections. The first one illustrates the ideological roots and practical routes that informed the Black Power movement of the 1960s. The book s first two chapters narrate the historical context of the different forms and ideas of black empowerment starting in 1917. In discussing the various progenitors of the Black Power activists, Williams portrays the multifaceted ideological and practical traditions, as well as the international foundations of early black power activism. The third chapter concentrates on the years 1963 66, a pivotal period in the African American liberation struggle during which Whites continuing resistance to Blacks long overdue participation in the political realm led many activists to take alternative routes to achieve lasting Black empowerment. The second part of the book is devoted to the specific historical period the Black Power era. Chapter four ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Effective Strength And Conditioning Program For An Injured... Despite an effective strength and conditioning program that helps prevent injuries, young athletes will still get hurt. When injuries do occur, a coach must know the proper treatment steps because he or she has a legal duty to provide immediate emergency care for an injured athlete. In this regard, the coach must administer the first aid or he or she must make sure a medical provider such as an athletic trainer provides the proper treatment. Furthermore, a coach must understand the subsequent rehabilitation involved that will successfully return the injured athlete to full participation. Because ankle sprains are the most common basketball injury, this chapter will discuss the treatment plan considerations. The initial objective with an ankle sprain is to control swelling that includes protection, rest, ice, compression, and evaluation (P.R.I.C.E) treatment. The P.R.I.C.E treatment plan involves 1) protecting the ankle with braces, wraps, or crutches, 2) resting the ankle by not doing activities that cause pain, 3) icing the ankle for 20 minutes and off for 60 minutes throughout the first 48 hours after the injury, compressing the ankle with a wrap, 4) elevating the ankle at or above the heart. After the initial treatment, there are three primary modalities available to treat an ankle injury: surgery, conservative treat with cast immobilization, and functional treatment. Studies have found functional treatment as the best modality to treat Grade 1 and 2 ankle injuries ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. My Favorite Hobby Is Micro Brewing Beer Essay How Hard Cider Got So Tasty I was just a young lad of 22 when I drank my first sips. Oh, My Gosh, it was so good; I ended up so bombed that I spent the night next to a porcelain God. I swore I would never drink that stuff ever again. Who would have known that many years later that boozy concoction called Hard Cider would become the new and trendy drink? It is without a doubt, the Nectar of the Gods. My favorite hobby is micro brewing beer. I have been producing craft beer for five years now. Half of my two car garage is in reality, a kitchen with dozens of pots, pan, tanks, fermentation chambers and burners, all sorts of wicked machinery staged about the place to produce fermented beverages. I recently read in some beer journals that cider is making a comeback in the craft brewing market. The idea of producing this sweet drink motivated me to try my own recipe. After all, how could I go wrong since I had the experience brewing beer? So I decided, without much experience, to give it a shot. I rounded up the ingredients; three kinds of apple juice, lots of sugar, and some Champagne Yeast. I heated the juice into a stockpot to kill any germs or other nasties that may be in it. After it cooled. I added a ton of brown sugar and poured into the yeast. I thought, what could go wrong; this stuff looks and smells amazing. I put the finished grist into a glass jar and capped it with an airlock plug to keep the bacteria out. After a couple of days, the juice seemed to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Scott Hightower’s poem “Father” could be very confusing to... Scott Hightower s poem Father could be very confusing to interpret. Throughout almost the entirety of the poem the speaker tries to define who his father is by comparing him to various things. As the poem begins the reader is provided with the information that the father was all of these things this things that he is being compared to. The constant use of the word was gets the reader to think how come the speaker s father is no longer comparable to these things? After the speaker reveals that his father is no longer around, he describes how his father impacted him. Details about the father as well as descriptions of the impacts the father has distraught on the speaker are all presented in metaphors. The repetitive pattern ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After the reader makes an effort and takes his or her time to fully comprehend the poem entirely, it becomes clearer that correlatively related ideas are expressed throughout the poem. The correlations between several metaphors extend to intensify ideas about the father. As the speakers father is compared to being an angel he does not literally mean that his father was an angel with wings or an angel from biblical times because that would be improbable for the reader to assume. What the speaker seems to suggest through his metaphor is that his father was his savior and helper. This idea is intensified throughout the poem because the father is being compared to a lamb which is symbolic for Christ, a globally symbolic healer and helper; the speaker also states his father was a getaway driver which suggests that his father guided him away from danger. Because the speaker also compares his father to a law abiding, favorable, person such as a cowboy or a Texas Ranger it seems as if he is trying to guide the reader s interpretation of a getaway driver away from a an illegal activity such as robing a bank. In addition to comparing his father to helpers and getaway drivers, the speaker also states his father drove the boys away. This famous metaphor describing the driving of the boys away is known to be symbolic of a father directing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Examples Of Intertextuality In The Simpsons The Simpsons is an American television show that features characters such as Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and Maggie. This television series is one of the longest and most popular television shows to ever hit the screens with a running of 26 seasons, beginning in the year 1990. The Simpsons is known best for its humor, the characters, the scenarios and the impersonalisation of the All American family. However there is also an understanding that The Simpsons has become a worldwide phenomenon not only for the narration and plot of the television show, but for the use of cultural representations and intertextuality used throughout the series. This essay will analysis The Simpsons and question whether or not the series plays with and uses intertextuality ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is an understanding that the episode could be based around the Watergate scandal and other previous political events. The episode features Sideshow Bob in a debate with mayor Quimby who appears sickly and loses the debate. This episode has direct intertextuality towards the Nixon and Kennedy case in which Nixon looked pale and sickly. Those that have knowledge about political events will understand the text that The Simpsons is producing and will be making sense of the message that The Simpsons is intending to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Birth Order In Canada Literature Review Birth order refers to the order in which children are born into their families. Common examples of this include the first born, second born, youngest and the only child. Birth order is considered to have profound lasting effects on the psychological and behavioural development of children. For this reason, it is essential to study birth order and its impacts on children within families in Canada because it reveals more about the individual in society. A child s birth order is incredibly influential in regards to their upbringing, shaping their personality and how they grow up to be as individuals. First born children generally have a great amount of pressure and responsibility placed on them. The youngest children of families ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Younger children are used to getting what they want as children and grow up knowing the ability to charm and manipulate others to their advantage. They also generally less uptight and more carefree since the family rules are usually loosened by the time of their arrival. Parents are already confident in their role as caregiver, and therefore are more lenient (Gross, 2014). They excuse behaviour that was deemed unacceptable for the older children since the parents have already dealt with such situations in the past and are not as stern with younger children. However, younger children may feel neglected by their older siblings and may feel inadequate in comparison to the older siblings achievements. Youngest children can also be bullied by older siblings. Furthermore, since parents are less restrictive over younger children, they may be misguided and more reckless than their older siblings who may have had to play it safe. These children can then grow up to be irresponsible and lack direction and the ability to prioritize in their lives. This can lead to mental confusion, emotional instability and depressive symptoms. It may result in a dependence on harmful addictive substances to turn to as an outlet. Likewise, younger siblings are also more prone to addiction, according to Medical Daily, and take up smoking and drinking more frequently than older siblings ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Scarlet Letter Monologue Shout out to http://www.quotev.com/DFlyer for helping me with something Lucas s pov Today felt like a normal day. I did my normal things like shower get dress into this(https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/320xq90/911/rFqHeZ.jpg) I wanted to go see Scarlet,but I decided against it. so I just went to go eat breakfast with my brothers and paula. It was a little strange that no one talked about scarlet. I taught Juan already told them about her,but I guess not. After breakfast I went into town just to get off of this ranch. I chose to go to The gavilan for a drink. After I had my drink I searched for Guadalupe to pay the bill,but I couldn t find her so I just left the money on the counter. Suddenly my phone rang so I picked it up. Me: Lucas del monte. who s speaking? ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Me: so why did you call me? Nacho: just wanted to tell you I had a fun time at the ranch and I will come back soon. Me: you better. Nacho: well I have to go now. Goodbye Me: Goodbye Later that night... Scarlet s pov Today I met a nice Man his name was Modesto he taught me a few tips on making food and I helped him with dinner. When we where done with dinner. Modesto called the people of the house to come eat. I walked into the dining room to serve their food to them. Who s this sexy thing? one guy asked smacking my bum. I was so frightened I drop The last plate shattering it into pieces with the food every where. I ran out side crying not caring where I went. Lucas s pov I felt like punching Jose for what he done to scarlet,but Juan beat me to it. I ran after her trying to calm her down so we could talk,but she was gone. I ran back inside to see Juan and Jose fighting. Luckily just screaming at each other or else Jose would of been dead. Juan was stronger then any one of us so to make him angry was fatal. You bastard why did you do that! Juan screamed pulling Jose on his shirts collar. What? I only slapped her on her ass Jose said acting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Harry Potter Music Analysis In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, John Williams employs diegetic music by having the characters in the film sing a song that combines with the background music. The song Double Trouble is sung by the school choir while the film score for the movie that reflects mysteriousness and eeriness plays. The mood in the air is almost a sense of fear and paranoia as the students in school don t feel safe after news broke of a prison breakout. The music supports that sense of fear as the lyrics in the film along with the rest of the music alludes to the fact that trouble is near. 2b. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, John Williams creates the mood of non diegetic music which is when the source of the sound is not visible on ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2d. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, John Williams creates the mood of leitmotif by consistently playing the same music themes based on the scene. Leitmotif is defined by the theme in the music that is associated with certain scenes, moods, or people. For an example, whenever the movie tries to create a feeling of sadness felt by Harry s loneliness after having lost his parents, there is sad music playing in the background that plays softly. By consistently having this music played whenever Harry is feeling down, we begin to associate the connection between the two. Another specific scene where the same sad theme is played in the background, is when Harry looks into the mirror where he sees his parents. John Williams does this for all sorts of moods whether it be happiness, sadness, or excitement as well as having music for specific characters and settings. 2e. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, John Williams creates the mood of foreshadowing in the scenes by having the music played leading up to a major event. For an example during the scene where the characters are chased by a troll monster, there is frightening music being played. We have not yet actually seen the monster, but rather can only hear his footsteps at this point. Having the music in the background however, foreshadows the eventual doom that the characters will face. 2f. In Harry Potter and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 26. Does The Amount Of Salt Affect The Mass Of Ice Cream Title: Does the amount of salt used in ice cream formation affect the mass of ice cream produced? Purpose To discover whether varied amounts of salt used in ice cream formation affect the mass of the final product. Background Information In order for water or milk to freeze, the temperature needs to be at or below 0ºC. In order to lower the freezing point of solution, different solutes are dissolved in solvents. When a solute is combined with a solvent, such as dissolving sugar (solute) into water (solvent), a solution is formed. The process of decreasing a freezing point of a liquid by dissolving a solute in a solution is referred to as freezing point depression. The freezing point is a colligative property, which means that the freezing point depends on the number of solute particles dissolved in a solution. For example, CaCl2, which has three particles, would lower the freezing point of a solution more than NaCl would, which only has two particles (Helmenstine). Freezing point depression is utilized in the environment as well, such as placing salt onto roads in winter during which the temperature is around or right below 0ºC to prevent any precipitation that falls from freezing onto the road. When ice is exposed to salt (NaCl), hydrogen bonds in the ice require more energy to join together. The energy used by the hydrogen bonds is in the form of heat energy, decreasing the temperature of the small amount of melted water surrounding the ice (Litherland). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Historical Enlightenment, By John Locke, Voltaire And... The historical Enlightenment saw the emergence of a zeitgeist of thinking that used science and reason to understand the world. Philosophes such as Renè Decarte, John Locke, Voltaire and Denis Diderot began questioning the core foundations of feudalism as everything around them became questionable. The intention of the historical Enlightenment was to encourage people to begin thinking for themselves and to seek knowledge, yet in order to acquire the ability for knowing, thinking and reasoning, education was required. Diderot, who authorised himself as a propagandist for a rational and secular view of the world, asserted that education in the sciences and humanities was the key to individuals living good lives within well structured societies. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Furthermore conservatives believe that changes are to be organic, rather than revolutionary, as any attempt to modify the complex structures that form society runs the risk of a dramatic unfolding of unintended consequences. These beliefs can be linked in explaining the unforeseen repercussions of regarding science and rationality as omnipotent. Conservatives argue that through the subjection to a utopian ideal of a rational society, humanity has in fact been enslaved rather than liberated. The endeavor to replace arbitrary monarchial power by rule of reason is limited, as it has metamorphosed from an instrument against oppression to a mechanism for oppression. The promise of scientific rationality had consequently become destructive and the individual freedom that philosophes had been seeking succumbed to enslavement of the economic powers that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Proc 5820 Operations Management As a Compass manufacturing company the organizational chart is very simplified. The positions are depicted down to the manger level. The executive vice president reports directly to the chief executive officer of Firebird Compass Tech. The marketing department manages customer demands. They also generate future sales and manage partnership technology initiatives for future projects within the navigation industry. The operations department manages people, schedules, equipment, technology, materials and information. Planning and scheduling production for each month was determined by operations management. The timing of packaging and delivering was forecasted and pushed through the information process internally to the packaging ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As the compass progresses along the assembly line, plastic components are snapped together. Some plastic components move through printers, which stamp them with markings such as the company logo, or with scale markings for use with maps. This could cause the throughput to slow down if defected parts are discovered. The Firebird Manufacturing facility is spread over 130,000 square feet and has a capacity for producing over six million compasses each year. Firebird Compass matches production capability to customer orders. The continuous analysis done weekly on the resources in the plant is compared to meet the demand of the product so our obligations are fulfilled. Firebird employs short term fixes to any imperfections in balance by hiring extra workers during a heavy production cycle, plan a third shift for continuous operations, approve overtime at the worker level and sub contract if necessary. Production planning at Firebird is a key essential task with complimenting sub tasks requiring the managers input for a successful operation. At Firebird modulating capacity is accomplished by additional overtime and increasing the part time employees hired for the additional production needed. Firebird has the capacity to meet the demands of the compasses that are ordered at frequent peaks during the year. Firebird can achieve this demand with inventory buffers in the supply chain. By keeping an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Sir William Wellington Samoa Sir William Wellington Cairns Governor of Queensland 1875 1877 his name lives on In 1876 the good ship Porpoise sailed into Trinity Bay carrying customs officers tasked with opening a port and collecting duties from visiting craft. The government named the new settlement for the then Governor of Queensland, Sir William Wellington Cairns. Born in Ireland in 1828, as a younger son Cairns could not expect an inheritance, so using family connections he joined the British Civil Service, and after training, left England for work in warmer climes, possibly due to health issues which persisted throughout his life. In December 1852 he joined the Ceylonese (now Sri Lankan) civil service and rose to the position of postmaster general in 1864, before promotion to Lieutenant Governor of Malacca in 1867, of St Christopher in 1869, and Honduras in 1870. In March 1874, Queen Victoria ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Brisbane newspapers documented the perceived short comings of the Governor. First and foremost, the confirmed bachelor brought no wife to adorn the social scene. Quelle Horreur! Contessa Diamentina di Roma, wife of Governor Bowen, the first governor, sparkled with jewels, wore the latest fashion from London, and led the local sophisticates in a merry social round, and while subsequent governor s wives possessed a lesser glamour, at least they existed. Governor Cairns brought no wife, entertained infrequently, and in a move perceived as bizarre, dismissed all the female employees of Government House. Also, adding to suspicion, in an era when men sported hirsute countenances as proof positive of their masculinity and regarded the beardless as womanly , Cairns wore whiskers (sideburns) but no ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Society is Responsible for the Death of Romeo and Juliet... Imagine yourself, dear reader, transported to Shakespearian Verona, a bustling, peaceful city (aside from the occasional death or two), with its obligatory social classes going about agreeably (aside from the occasional brawl or two), and all people happy and successful (aside from the occasional poor wretch or two). The Verona in which Shakespeare s tragedy Romeo and Juliet takes place in is made sinister by the deadly consequences than ensue from its strict, unbending society. Romeo and Juliet paints a tale about two young lovers, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, whose attempts to be together are cruelly thwarted by society. Society s fixation on honor and disgrace, poverty creating laws, and austere social roles all have crucial ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At any infraction of honor, men are pushed to duel to the death, or face the dreaded charge of cowardliness. Indeed, Tybalt, bound by honor to his family, is ready to slay Romeo even at Romeo s tiny misdemeanor of attending the Capulet party: What, dares the slave / Come hither covered with an antic face / To fleer and scorn at our solemnity? / Now, by the stock and honor of my kin / To strike him dead I hold it not a sin. (1. 5. 63 67) Soon after this scene, Tybalt duels with Mercutio in place of Romeo, and Mercutio falls dead. Obligated to avenge his friend s death, Romeo fights with Tybalt, and strikes him dead. This results in Romeo s banishment, which, of course, leads to the series of hasty plans that end in his and Juliet s deaths. Another reason that society is responsible for Romeo and Juliet s deaths lies in its unjust, poverty creating laws. When Romeo believes Juliet dead (she is actually asleep), he kills himself with poison, which in turn leads to Juliet s death when she sees him dead. However, In Mantua, the Italian city to which Romeo is banished, sale of poison is illegal. So, dear reader, do tell where he could possibly buy poison in a city whose laws prevent potion makers from making money. Romeo had the same answer, recalling a desperately poor apothecary about whom he told himself: An if a man did need a poison now / Whose sale is present death in Mantua / Here lives a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Rise Of The Roman And Ottoman Empires With every empire that ever existed, there were highs and lows that contributed to their rise as well as their fall in power each one somehow contributing to the rise of the next empire. Three great empires that are perfect examples of this are the Roman, Mongolian and Ottoman Empires. Regarding the rise and fall of these empires, there were differences that set them apart, however, there are several similarities that merit a thorough examination, with the Roman Empire having the greatest influence on society today. Factors that contributed to the rise of the Roman, Mongolian and Ottoman Empires involve the following: some sort of unification whether it be political or geographical; a strong army; and expansion. During Augustus Caesar s rule of the Roman Empire, he brought political stability to his people by defeating Rome s enemies, and preserving aristocracy, the Senate, the elected Roman magistracy, and Roman citizenship (Wallech et al., 2013). In the Mongolian Empire, Temujin, known later as Genghis Khan, also defeated all his rivals and became the leader of Mongolian tribes (May, 2008). Under his rule, the tribes of Mongolia were unified into a single supra tribe also known as the All Mongol State (May, 2008). The Ottoman Empire attracted and united those who roamed across the Middle East searching for means to gain their livelihoods and seeking to fulfill their religious desire to expand the territory of Islam (Yapp Shaw, 2017). All three empires also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. A Discussion Of Constitutional Law And Its Relationship... A Discussion of Constitutional Law and Its Relationship with Education Education is not explicitly mentioned in the United States Constitution, but instead, education is one of the powers reserved to the states. Power not specifically given to the federal government is reserved for the states through the Tenth Amendment of the Unites States Constitution. Therefore, states have plenary, or absolute, power in the area of education. While states may hold this reserved power, with regard to education the federal government has found power through mandates that must be met in order for states to receive federal funding for education. Texas has one of the longest Constitutions in the nation and reads similar to a statute. The Texas ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Constitution). While not specifically mentioning education, this amendment guarantees that any child in Texas has the right to free education given to any other child regardless of nationality. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution has been examined extensively with regards to education. Most notably the clause in the First Amendment, which guarantees the freedom of speech , has been scrutinized through the judicial system. While students and educators do not shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate (Tinker v. Des Moines), in the educational setting an individual s rights cannot interfere with the schools educational mission. The U.S. Constitution separates powers between the executive, legislative and judicial branches. Federalism guarantees that power is shared between national and state governments. The judicial branch often acts as a referee between the federal and state governments when deciding on issues that seem to cross jurisdictions. Texas Constitution While the U.S. Constitutions assigns power of education to states, Texas Constitution assumes that power and prescribes the structure and operation of Texas public schools. Article VII in the Texas Constitution establishes public schools, asylums and universities. The Texas Constitution guarantees free public education for all students. Public lands are designated so that half of the land ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Garrett Hardin Lifeboat Ethics The Article Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor was written by Garrett Hardin and published in Psychology Today. Hardin s essay was exactly as the title suggested, An argument against helping the poor for a variety of well thought out reasons. Hardin explains why we should not help the poor by using Lifeboat Ethics , the world that could be overpopulated, and the Tragedy of the Commons in order to persuade us in favor of his ideals. While he does have many good points in this Article, Hardin fails to elaborate on what he means by Quality immigrants and he does not state the problem to benefiting while helping others even though he eludes to this moral wrong throughout the Article. Hardin s article is broken up into ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, Hardin, in the passage of Population Control the Crude Way he talks about how past United States foreign aid programs have led to mistrust and antagonism rather than gratitude and at the end of the passage, he cites the book and the author he got this information from. Another strong point that Hardin makes against helping the poor is his Tragedy of the Commons where he explains why helping the poor could end up hurting everyone everywhere. This would happen by allowing too many people to live thus overtaxing the Earth s natural resources and slowly killing the population we have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Save The Bee s Collection As the holidays roll around, we can easily get caught up in the struggle to find the perfect gift . We ll spend weeks running from store to store, stressing ourselves out and second guessing every idea. This holiday season take the worry out of what should be a joyous time. Just make the one stop shop at Fleurt Boutique in Covington and mark off your list with these Christmas gifts from Fleurt. Rosary Necklace You don t have to be Catholic to appreciate the timeless beauty and sense of spirituality that is invoked by a rosary. The look is mirrored in many VSA pieces available at Fleurt Boutique. If you re not exactly sure of the style and personality of the person you are buying for, then pick out an accessory that draws from this classic symbol of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This line is centered on the natural beauty of bees, building off of their golden color. Whether earrings, a choker or a ring, this bee tiful collection is sure to provide a truly unique gift for a loved one that s just as unique. San Benito Sacred Heart Collection For your friend and/or family members that are drawn to the vintage style, you ll want to check out the San Benito and Sacred Heart lines from VSA at Fleurt Boutique. This collection would be at home dressing up a simple tee and pair of jeans or on a red shawl in a Spanish mission. Help your loved one make a statement with their accessories by giving them a gift from the Sacred Heart and/or San Benito Collection. Shawl If you re buying for someone who likes to layer, then browse our gorgeous and one of kind shawls. These are a great gift because you aren t forced to guess their exact clothes size. A neutral color will be versatile enough to work with outfits already in their closet and can be worn throughout the fall, winter and early spring months. Perfect Party ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Little Miss Sunshine Belonging Analysis In an environment plagued by incessant consumerism and perpetual egocentrism, one can easily begin to feel disconnected from other members of society. It is becoming exceedingly difficult to have truly meaningful relationships with anyone by cause of the cold, systematic, and covetous fashion in which our world is governed. Due to the lack of feeling a common unity, many families become disjointed and dysfunctional. There is, however, a way in which people can once again sense profound interconnectedness. Through distinct and intimate experiences with others, an individual s sense of societal separation is replaced with an intense perception of harmony. A film that perfectly encapsulates this phenomenon is the Academy Award winning comedy, Little Miss Sunshine (Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris, 2006). The film tells the story of an idiosyncratic family which travels across the country in order get Olive (Abigail Breslin), an aspiring beauty queen, to the Little Miss Sunshine pageant. Through a series of conflicts, the family undergoes many transformative and significant experiences. As a result, important messages can be discerned from the film. Little Miss Sunshine follows Hollywood s typical three act structure of set up, confrontation, and resolution in order to develop the notion that direct, human experiences lead to the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As the family finishes eating, Olive learns that she has been invited to the Little Miss Sunshine Beauty Pageant. Utterly exultant, Olive races around the house as the family evaluates how to travel to the pageant. Through this news, the premise is created. The audience learns that the trip to Little Miss Sunshine will be what the film will be about while the family s initial confusion as to how to get there is the dramatic situation. The audience realizes that the family will be subjected to numerous obstacles during their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Ethnographic Performance Analysis Last weekend, I went to see Micah`s senior project titled The Kingdom of _______ ! This show was great and very entertaining. It was very high energy and involved so many kinds of dancing. Micah and other dancers really put on great show. The one thing that I thought was the most amazing about this show was how so many different kinds of dancers and dance styles came together. In addition, I loved that there were also different body shape. The dancers after the performance spoke about how they felt as dancers in this show. They mentioned that they appreciated how Micah took into considerations different body types and made dances to accommodate different body types. One of the dancers that caught my attention was one that often pointed her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Puma Research Papers The Puma concolor, also commonly known as the mountain lion, puma, cougar or panther is a large felid of the subfamily Felinae native to the Americas. Puma is the largest of the small cat species. Life span for puma in the wild is between 8 13 years and in captivity up to 20 years. Adult males grow to 1.8 to 2.4 meters (6 to 8 feet) long and females average 1.5 to 2.1 meters (5 to 7 feet). Males typically weigh 50 to 82 kilograms (110 to 180 lbs) and the female 36 to 59 kg (80 to 130 lbs). Mountain lionis or pumas are the fourth heaviest of the New World cats after the lion, leopard, jaguar and tiger. Pumas have a plain coloured fur ranging from tawny to silver grey or reddish brown. Pumas have lighter patches on their underparts including the jaws, chin and throat. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In North America, scientists have found puma home ranges that varied in size from 20 to 640 kilometers (12 to 398 miles). Pumas are found from the Canadian Yukon to the southern Andes of South America. They live in a variety of habitats, at home in forests, deserts, prairies, and swamps they are very adaptable ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Persuasive Essay On Bear Arms The Second Amendment from the United States Constitution states: A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. According to the Second Amendment it grants U.S. citizens the right to bear arms, but it was written during a very different time when the United States was becoming an independent country from England, establishing a government and creating a constitution for the people. During that time, there were no public safety systems, like the police, and there were no automatic weapons available. From a personal protection angle, people own guns for self defense, is impractical and glamorized. There is no reason for a person who lives in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In reaction to the attacks, the European Union imposed harsh laws against law abiding gun owners, but did nothing to ban motor vechicles afer a single terrorist murdered 86 people with a cargo truck in France in 2016. In Las Vegas, 22,000 people attended an event that had armed security guards, screened entrants and metal detectors. None of their security measures mattered for the event because the killer was towering far away from the event shooting at the event goers. He was not screened and was out of range of the armed security guards. So the question is, should the venue have had employed trained snipers with long range, precision rifles and high power night scopes like we do when we have the President or dignitaries from other countries here visiting? Do we treat venues such as this concert with such high security measures like how we would to protect the President of the United States? The answer is no. No one cares enough or wants to spend that kind of money to protect the regular person. In reality, if there where alot of people in a concert, the likely hood of somebody being shot is really high especially if there weren t any defense mechanisms in place. California Senator Dianne Feinstein s reaction to the Las Vegas shooting was to pass a bill banning guns that somehow fire faster, not realizing that speed depends ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Witch Of Edmonton The Witch of Edmonton, written in 1621 by John Ford, Thomas Dekker and William Rowley, depicts an old and lonely woman, Elizabeth Sawyer, whose false reputation as a witch drives her to utilize the devil s power and take her revenge on those who made her do so. The story is based on the real historical figure of Elizabeth Sawyer, a woman who was put to death for witchcraft in 1621. The case of Sawyer, as portrayed in both the play and her true interrogation, proves, in multiple ways, how the underlying cause of witchcraft is the selfish desire for power. Not only does Elizabeth Sawyer herself emit this desire for power through her prideful need for revenge, but the villagers of Edmonton also emit this desire for power through their use ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is not to say that villagers simply created the myth of witchcraft on the spot as a means of obtaining a scapegoat, but, rather, that they latched onto rumours, morphed from old folklore and spread about the village, of witches that would cause misfortune to their neighbours. This is exactly the kind of behaviour we see in the play, as the villagers of Edmonton use the accusation of witchcraft in order to wield power, not only over Sawyer herself, but over the events in their village which they wish to prevent. The villagers appear to have known that Sawyer is a witch for some time, but it is not until a villager blames her for their misfortunes, that others speak out and claim that she has wronged them, too. For example, towards the end of the play, Old Banks claims that his horse has become suddenly ill, and says and this, I ll take my death upon t, is long of this jadish witch Mother Sawyer. A countryman then speaks out, and claims that he found his wife and a serving man thrashing in [his] barn together such corn as country wenches carry to market , which he reasons must also be the work of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...