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The Role Of The Nephilins In The Bible
The Bible reports the emergence of The Giants as the result of the sexual relationship between women
(daughters of men) and guardian angels (children of God) and from this relationship there would have
been hybrid beings of high stature and perversity never seen on the Face of the earth. These are the
Nephilins, the giants of biblical accounts.
How did they really come about? Who were the children of God? The search for these answers has
always led theologians of various epochs to try to understand this fact and supposed relationship
between angelic beings endowed with purely carnal desires and taken by voluptuousness, and women
descended from a genealogy that abandoned the fear of God, as is the account found In the book of
Jubilees, to give ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The giants are the result of a union between two species, beings that have been genetically altered due
to the compatibility between human women and the Nephilins. In the Bible we can identify some of
the descendants of the Nephilins on earth because they were former rulers, as the book of Numbers
13:33 And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our
own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight .
The Book of I Enoch
In the book of I Enoch, as well as in the book of the Jubilees, testament of Rubem and Baruch, are
described several events that led God to determine the end of humanity, for those had been so
rebellious against the sovereignty of God that the end had come for them.
In this account of I Enoch, angelic beings, the Guardian angels, here nominated as Watchers, who had
Semjaza as leader, were attracted by the beauty of the daughters of men and waking up among
themselves, they went down to the land to possess these women.
When the children of men multiplied, in those days, beautiful and graceful daughters were born to
them. And the watchers, the children of heaven, when they saw them, desired
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Typical of our fights, it always ends with one of us...
Typical of our fights, it always ends with one of us banging the door, and walking away in fury. It has
always been our way of letting the other know that we are pissed beyond the thin stretch that separates
sane from the absolutely insane phase of things. Sigh. Well, to tell the truth, I am the one who does the
banging of the door most of the time. Anyway, early this month we moved into a new house, and
perhaps it was the pressure of moving, coupled with our tendency not agreeing with things that matter
(Like me insisiting that we need new curtains and him insisting that our old curtains will work just
fine in covering our windows, cus after all, they are just curtains *Sigh*) So he yells: DO WHAT
YOU WANT... and Bang! He slams the door ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He keeps quiet, looks at me as if he is digesting it all, and then says: I really need to leave and go do
something.. I sigh deeply, wondering if the feeling am feeling now is the kind that Nyeri women feel
before they go full swing into battering their husbands. Sigh! Well, we always get along pretty fine,
we are good kind of laid back and we thrive in laughing at the little weird things that life brings... But
errm, there are those times when he becomes a total pain in my nini, and I hate it when people are a
pain in the nini... I suddenly find him to be so insufferable and suddenly, my mind gets into cataloging
every little thing that he does to drive me crazy. (Which I will not list here, like how he wakes up in
the morning and while everyone else is asleep, he sings along to his country music or Rumba...again
and again until that is all that is playing in my mind long after he has left for work) Anyway, I sit
down to watch TV, and I suddenly wish
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Theodore K. Rabb
Defining Characteristics of the Renaissance
The Renaissance is one of the most defining periods in European history. The most memorable aspects
of the Renaissance were Shakespeare, Michelangelo, the opera, and many more. In Theodore K. Rabb
s book The Last Days of the Renaissance the March to Modernity, Rabb defines the Renaissance as a
flowing liquid period of time. Contrary to Rabb s opinion, other historians think the Renaissance to be
a set era between specific events and dates. In Rabb s book, he points out several major characteristics
that define the Renaissance. Some of these characteristics include Humanist ideas and Reformation,
new esthetic, warfare tactics, governmental changes, and many more. Each of those ideas played a
huge part in defining the time period. The main reason the Renaissance was unique was due to the fact
that the ideas of the past were modernized and made into something better. The ideas from the
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Rabb refers to esthetic frequently in his book. He says, The marked difference that overtook the
appearance of buildings, sculptures, and paintings between 1300 1500 is, for most people, the essence
of the Renaissance (Rabb 34). The people discarded the ideas of the gothic style to approach visual art
and architecture with a different type of style. The same could also be said about everyday life in the
Renaissance. Possessions that high society had become more commonplace within the lower and
middle classes. Schools became more widespread which allowed more Europeans to get an education,
as well as a school that was opened for girls. Rabb also says, Again, it was the deliberate rejection of
the immediate past, and a return to antiquity, that spurred the change (Rabb 34). The Renaissance is
most famous for its art and architecture in present day history. Esthetic played a huge role in defining
the
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Foucault Discipline And Punishment
When reading this piece, I noticed that book is all about how important and integrated prison is a main
part of our society around the world. It shows how it is impossible to get rid of them, mostly because
of the fact that there is no alternative to prisons really out there, and just like the title suggests prisons
are the main form of Discipline and Punishment . Foucault s main argument is that modern society,
mostly referencing France, are based on the idea of individual liberty. As prison deprives people of
their liberty choices and leaving them in confinement leads to it being the most ethical punishment.
Most importantly, the systems of discipline, and observation that go around inside a prison extend
outside its walls. Although Foucault ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
I feel that There are two images, then, of discipline. At one extreme, the discipline blockade, the
enclosed institution, established on the edges of society, turned in wards towards negative functions:
arresting evil, breaking communications, suspending time. At the other extreme, with panopticons, is
the discipline mechanism: a functional mechanism that must improve the exercise of power by making
it lighter, more rapid, more effective, a design of subtle coercion for a society to come. The movement
from one project to the other, from a schema of exceptional discipline to one of a generalized
surveillance, rests on a historical transformation: the gradual extension of the mechanisms of
discipline throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, their spread throughout the whole
social body, the formation of what might be called in general the disciplinary society. (209) Which
indeed is a very large mouth full. Although this is a lot for one quote I think it was essential to quote in
the explanation of this paper. The reason being is that it shows two extremes on the spectrum of
punishment and discipline. One being solitary confinement or discipline blockade or the other being
Panopticons formulated by Mr.Foucault. Panopticons being a form of reforming prisoners for
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Homosexuality In The Samurai Period
Homosexuality in Japanese history is a widely accepted and commonly practiced orientation amongst
the samurai and the students. Children would be sent off by their parents to train and study under
Buddhist monks and samurai, which in turn would lead to a completely consensual relationship. These
young boys would partake in acts of sodomy and cross dressing in order to appease and save their
partner. Past Buddhism preaches that if a man enters his sex organ in a woman, it will create a cycle of
attachment as kids will continue this iniquitous cycle. Therefore, Buddhist monks would enter
relationships with young temple dwellers in order to save themselves, but also give the child an
opportunity to save others by giving them the ability to be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The looks of the chigo in a temple had to be more feminine: the blackening of the teeth, face powder,
robes that are more vibrant, and maintain a longer ponytail. This was required of the chigo as it was
their duty to appease the heterosexual nature of the temple monks by giving them visual and physical
aid. These boys were made into catamites by the temple monks, but not forcibly. It raises the question
of why was having sex with a young boy not breaking the Vinaya? A youth was supposed to undergo a
weeks long, elaborate initiation ritual called the chigo kanjō, through which he was reborn as a
bodhisattva. (Sachi Schmidt Hori 165) A bodhisattva is an individual who has the ability to reach
nirvana but hampers doing so out of compassion in saving other suffering beings. It was believed at
the time that children who become bodhisattva have the ability to save monks from the suffering of
hell by of course, having intercourse with them. There are two main points to the process of chigo
kangō. The first point is that an elite priest cannot have more than one chigo. The second point is that
one must not have sex with youth that are not their attendants. This comes from Sōshō, a middle
ranking monk who had over ninety five sexual partners, pertaining to youth, implying that he partook
in sex with children outside of his personal attendants. This act directly goes against the Uki, an
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The Rainbow Fish Marcus Pfister Analysis
The rainbow fish is the most beautiful fish in the ocean. Because of his beauty he is rude and cocky to
other fish. He was so focused on being the most beautiful he grows conceded. He is mean to fish. He
acts like he is better that everyone. In the Rainbow Fish, Marcus Pfister, shows personal growth using
the main character.
The rainbowfish is very conceded and selfish. He doesn t like to share. He thinks he is better that
everyone else. He said to the little fish who do you think you are! (paragraph 4)
When he asked for a scale. His tone was rude and showed that he did not care for the little fish s
feelings. He told the little fish to get away from him (paragraph 4). What he said showed the little fish
and all the fish was that he thought he was better than ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He has a terrible personality, but we all can change.
The rainbow fish is confused. He does not understand why nobody likes him. And he thinks the only
thing to life is beauty. When he said no to the little fish he told everyone and now they do not want to
be friends with a mean fish. The rainbow fish does not understand this. He doesn t think he can be
happy without his scales. He asked the starfish I m so beautiful. Why doesn t anybody like me?
(paragraph 6) . He did not understand why so he was asking the starfish why everyone disliked him.
Also after the wise octopus told him what to do the rainbowfish said quietly to himself Give away my
scales? My beautiful shining scales? Never.
How could I ever be happy without them? (paragraph 8). He is also confused here because he does not
think he can be happy without his beauty. The rainbow fish is weary of the octopus s instructions but
he wants to be happy.
The rainbowfish figures out that happiness is not about beauty. Its about being with people, or fish
who make your life great. The rainbow fish gave one of his scales to the little fish, he felt something
he hadn t felt before. The author told us that When the water around him
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Essay about European Colonialism and Imperialism
How were the Europeans able to conquer and control large areas of the globe? What gave them a great
advantage over other groups? The proximate cause of this advantage was their possession of guns,
germs, and steel. But how is it that they possessed these things and others did not? Ultimate causes of
the Europeans possession of these guns, germs, and steel could be Divine Providence. People at the
time thought that God favored the Europeans over other groups. Another ultimate cause could have
been Scientific Racism. Other people believed that the Europeans were genetically superior to the
other regions of the world. Now, because of Jared Diamond s thesis, we can conclude that the ultimate
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Africa had 51 candidates but none of them could be domesticated. In the Americas, there were 24
candidates but only 1 was domesticated. In Australia, there was only 1 candidate and they could not
domesticate it. Even though there were many of candidates for domestication in areas other than
Eurasia, most of those animals just simply couldn t be domesticated. It was not because of the cultures
in these places, it was because the animals had to fit under certain requirements. They had to be the
right size, have an easy diet, have a stable growth rate, and have a pleasant disposition. For example,
an elephant could not be domesticated because it takes a long time for the elephant to reach its full
size. Also, a zebra could not be domesticated because it would violently bite and, zebras in general,
were too hard to domesticate. Again, we have a clear example of geographic luck. Disease gave
Europe a large advantage when conquering wide expanses of land around the globe. South Africans
and Australian Aborigines had no domesticated animals. They didn t form any immunity to European
diseases because they did not live in close proximity with any non domesticated animals. However,
Europeans had lived with domesticated farm animals for thousands of years. The diseases of the
Europeans came from farm animals but immunities formed over time. The Native Americans, South
Africans, and Australian Aborigines did not have any immunity to disease like the Europeans did. The
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Film Industry Analysis Paper
The movie making industry remains a vital part of popular culture and still has a large amount of
investors and buyers. Buyers, tend to be large cinemas or retail chains to small independent cinemas
or shops. The suppliers to the movie industry are the ones that help deliver the crew and equipment, as
well as the actors, directors and writers.
Buyer power:
In the United States, like some other countries, companies can legally operate in both the production
and distribution areas. An example of this is Walt Disney Company, they produce motion pictures
(including Marvel, Pixar and Lucas film brands) distributes DVDs to retailers and also sell through
Disney stores, as well as being a part owner of the online streaming service, Hulu
(www.marketline.com). Buyers in this market range in size, but the large buyers have higher
negotiation power. Producers of big budget films such as the loss making The Lone Ranger (2013),
which had a production budget of around $225m and a $150m marketing budget, are clearly reliant on
strong box office sales to break ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Some of these companies are Apple, Netflix, Amazon and so many others like these. Some of the
companies that create films like Disney have simply created an online service called Hulu, which I
mentioned earlier. One of the most concerning threats are illegal downloading, better known as piracy.
This affects greatly the companies in the movie industry because not only people can see the movies
the company are producing it but for free and not giving any income to the company. For this reason it
had become crime to which there are big consequences if you were to get caught (International journal
of arts management). Since these laws have been enforced it has had little effect on the companies
revenue, like the example of Paranormal Activities. Therefore, threat of substitutes is evaluated as
moderate
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Review of War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning Essay
Review of War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning
War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, written by the talented author Chris Hedges, gives us
provoking thoughts that are somewhat painful to read but at the same time are quite personal
confessions. Chris Hedges, a talented journalist to say the least, brings nearly 15 years of being a
foreign correspondent to this book and subjectively concludes how all of his world experiences tie
together. Throughout his book, he unifies themes present in all wars he experienced first hand. The
most important themes I was able to draw from this book were, war skews reality, dominates culture,
seduces society with its heroic attributes, distorts memory, and supports a cause, and allures us by a ...
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So he brings up a great point when talking about sensory war and mythic war. Manipulating sensory
war to mythic war creates a skewed reality.
The second chapter of the book, The Plague of Nationalism, fits into the myth of war by telling the
people of any country that it is o.k. to hate and it is o.k. to kill even though the cause might not be just.
He states that: Lurking beneath the surface of every society, including ours, is the passionate yearning
for a nationalist cause that exalts us, the kind that war alone is able to deliver. We abandon individual
responsibility for a shared, unquestioned communal enterprise, however morally dubious (45). There
is a myth within nationalism that it is right. However morally wrong the reasons of war are, the myth
of nationalism brain washes us into thinking that we are right. We are doing this for the right reasons
and therefore to support our military however morally dubious the cause is. Chris Hedges writes about
a general who, during a dispute with Chile, flew his helicopter over the Chilean border in order to piss
on Chilean Soil (42). Coming from the view of a person who wasn t involved on either aspect of the
war, this sounds a bit over the edge. Chris Hedges talks about how nationalism and racism are almost
directly related in war time. People do things they wouldn t normally do under the circumstances. War
drives us to do things we wouldn t normally do, thus dominating a
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Starbucks At Pike Place Market
 In 1971, in Seattle, Washington at Pike Place Market, Starbucks opened their first store.
 The original store sold coffee beans and machines, it was owned by Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl and
Gordon Bowker.
 In 1981, Starbucks hired Howard Schultz as the Director of Retail Operations. He tried to convince
the owners to sell coffee verse beans and machines. Unfortunately, he did not convince them and he
branched off and opened his own café. Howard opened his chain of coffee shops in 1986 and later
bought the name Starbucks from Baldwin.
 Today they have over 24,000 stores in 70 countries.
 Opposed franchise for quality control and development of cultures.
 Starbucks takes great pride and recognition in their diverse organization that aligns with their core
values.
 Starbucks encompasses all human s attributes such as ethnicity, age, gender, sexual preference,
creed, disability, and language.
 They build an access alliance with various partners, these programs focus on diversity awareness
training and global cultural differences. They inspire workers and the community. They have eight
partner networks (Inclusion at Starbucks, n.d.):
 Starbucks Access Alliance Partner Network strives in diversity and cultural competence. Each
program has a group of leaders that focus on inclusion, equity and accessibility.
 Starbucks team leaders provide education and promote connectivity through networking with
partners and disability programs. To be successful, the leaders focus on
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Religious, Cultural and Psychological Views of Sexual...
Sexual act is not an evil by itself. Indeed, sexual act is the powerful driven force for the survival of
human race don t you agree. In biological sense, sexual act can lead to the exchange of genetic
materials. Although, some might argue, the transfer of genetic information can be done in vitro
process, in normal circumstance the natural method (referring to the sexual intercourse between male
and female Homo sapiens) is more cost effective. Besides, natural method can, while vitro process
cannot, give physical and emotional pleasures to the extent that most sexual practitioners would crave
for more. One of life s greatest curses is that what is pleasurable is usually prohibited or at least
harmful. Taking sweets in large quantities ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For more specific information, the research of Washton (1989) indicated that more than 60 percent of
cocaine addiction patients had a problem of sexual addiction. In gay men, the correlation between
sexual addiction and drug abuse was more prevalent (Stall, Paul, Greenwood, Pollack, Crosby, Mills,
Binson, Coates, Catania, 2001). Sexual addiction could relate to other addictions because the chemical
change in the brain for many kinds of addiction, somehow, are similar (The Sexual Recovery Institute,
2013). Therefore, many professions related the problem of sexual addiction with the relapse of drug
abuses (Schneider, 1991; Schneider Iron, 1997; Washton, 1989) and suggested the inclusion of drug
abuse assessment for the sexual addiction patients (Perkinson, 2004; Coleman Kennedy Pendley,
2002). However, some concerns raised. The inclusion of sexual addiction assessment to all drug abuse
patients could only serve the commercial purposes (for making money) and professional egocentric
(Nelson Oehlert, 2008).
The problem of sexual addiction, alone, included both physical and psychological elements. Sexual
addiction could lead to many physical complications, for instances, the
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Persuasive Essay On Bulls
In the beautiful city of Pamplona,located in Navarre, Spain , the world renowned San Fermin Festival
is hosted. In the month of July from the sixth to the fourteenth, many come from all around the world
to celebrate and enjoy the festivities thrown. This one,nine day long event, brings thousands together
to experience this special occasion. The San Fermin Festival was originally celebrated to honor Saint
Fermin,patron of Navarre, but for others the fiesta is for a good time and later a good story. The most
famous events is the running with the bulls and bullfighting. These events is why the festival has
become so internationally known, for a different reason however, some take the event as exciting and
blood rushing,while others describe it as extremely dangerous,cruel, and a bull bloodbath. Running
with the bulls, many has said to be an exhilarating event. Lasting between two through six minutes
depending on whether issues occur during, the run being the distance of about 0.5 miles. To be a
participant in this festivity or to even think about it, one must be physically healthy, 18 years or older,
and must understand the true reality of the ordeal. If one does a single thing wrong it could be fatal. In
just this year s 2017 bull run ten were injured, and since 1942 fifteenth fatalities have been reported
from being gored (stab from a bull s horn) by an angry bull. Even with most knowing the dangers
people continue to join the fiesta and put on their all white attire with
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Essay On A Touch Of Sin
The movie A Touch of Sin, film by Jia Zhangke is about four independent crimes that happened in
China. In this paper, I will be focusing on two of these stories which are Dahai and Xiaoyu. Dahai,
played by actor Jiang Wu, is former mineworker who is diabetic, doesn t have a regular job and whose
seeking for justice. Xiaoyu played by actress Zhao Tao, who is the mistress of a business man and who
works as a receptionist in a sauna. She is very poised and a good organizer as she helps her lover
bypass Chinese control on Taiwanese citizens for travel in the mainland. I believe that both Dahai and
Xiaoyu were suppressed by their surroundings and the Chinese culture therefore they ended up killing
people.
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Then he killed the guy that called him Mr. golf after asking him about the chief s location, and this
shows that he really does not care anymore and he wants to get rid of anyone who stops in his way or
even just anyone that bothers him. Then he went to the chief and killed him by the temple. Then he
killed the guy that was beating the horse, because beating the horse is an act of violence and Dahai
doesn t desire that. Then he killed Jiao in his car but he was not shown being shot like the others
instead Dahai was on screen with a revenge smile on his face.
We re introduced to Xiaoyu as a woman trying to get a man divorced from his wife.
He offered her to go with him on the train to his city and accept things the way they are, but she
refused and said that she owes an explanation to her parents, which we discover later that they are
separated. This shows that she does care about culture and that she comes from a conservative family.
She went back to the train station and knocked on the window so her boyfriend opens the door for her
but the train moves and she doesn t get to go on it, and I believe that the problem begins here, because
the train leaving means that she missed her chance or opportunity to be with that man. Then she goes
to her work and she gets beaten up for seducing someone s husband but we don t know if she really
seduced him or not because
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Comparing the Blues in Hughes The Blues I m Playing and...
The Blues: in Hughes The Blues I m Playing and Baldwin s Sonny s Blues
In Langston Hughes The Blues I m Playing, the blues are the source of Oceola s life and her choices.
Langston is trying to illustrate the conflict between life and art. The art in this story is represented in a
confined manner, as a disciplined career with a white woman acting as the overseer in the young lady
s life. Art to Oceola, with its profit, convenience and privileges offers an array of benefits, but being
embodied in Dora Ellsworth, the art seems to drift away from life s vitality. Life in Oceola sings itself
in jazz and blues in Harlem, ignores the artistic East 63rd Street and the rules by which are claims its
superiority. There is a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Oceola s final words, sketched according to mood, race, and sex, explain what blues are. She says,
Listen!... How sad and gay it is. Blue and happy laughing and crying...How white like you and black
like me... Warm as Pete s mouth... These are the blues... I m playing.
In James Baldwin s Sonny s Blues he deals with a man trying to find his identity in a very hostile
society. The blues in this story is used in a more emotional manner which recollects the past. It also
repairs the relationship between the two brothers who have chosen two different ways of coping in
their ghetto environment. The blues also serves as a communication devise between the two brothers.
Baldwin uses the blues to state a fact; the ugliness and meanness inherent in the human condition. In
order to really understand the message of the blues you have to be one that has suffered just like
Sonny and the elder brother. The blues that they play also communicates to other sufferers who have
had their own trials, so they know what this music is all about. Sonny s suffering are within himself,
but deep suffering is common to all his listeners. Even his brother can attune himself to this suffering,
which is brought on by the death of his little daughter Grace. When the brother is at the club listening
to the blues he recalls his mother, the moonlit road on
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Vietnamese Immigration Research Paper
The Vietnamese immigrants
In the early 19th century, many of the waves of Asian immigrants who came to America found jobs as
day laborers. They frequently worked on cross country railways, a transportation system by rail, and
in the mining industry. According to the data gathered by the Census Bureau in Total Asian alone ...
the estimated number of U.S. residents on July 2013 who were Vietnamese was approximately more
than 1.6 million. America is a nation established by immigrants. Therefore, the immigrants culture has
made a great contribution to the United States culture. After a few months lived in the United States, I
experienced more culture shocks. There were so many cultural differences in America, the ways of
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Census Bureau in 2013, most Vietnamese residents immigrated to California (40 percent), and Texas
(12 percent). They regularly live in the community where predominantly Asian residents reside. These
areas include Los Angeles, San Jose, and San Francisco. These three cities have the most Vietnamese
immigrants compared to the rest of California. The Asian immigrants often live near markets, schools,
and small businesses. I have lived in Garden Grove in Los Angeles, home to the largest Vietnamese
immigrants in California, as well as throughout the United States. There are frequently interesting
fairs at Phuoc Loc Tho mall on Bolsa Avenue. I can buy any kind of Vietnamese food in there. One
interesting Vietnamese holiday is the Mid Autumn Festival. It is organized in the middle of the eighth
month in the lunar calendar. While children go around the streets with their lanterns, adults will
prepare moon cakes for their kids. There was also a big parade along Bolsa Avenue during the Lunar
New Year and Mid Autumn Festival. Lively atmosphere likes spring flowers are assembled to decorate
Nguyen Hue Flower Street to emulate the festivals in
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Narrative Essay About Duck Camp
Initially, when I first visited Tarleton State University, all I saw was men wearing cowboy hats, jeans,
and boots, but as I walked around campus more with my dad, I started to see more diversity within the
students on campus. As my dad and I walked around campus looking like we don t belong, a girl
pointed us in the right direction to find Heritage. We spoke to a residential leader who kindly showed
us around the dorm and told us how amazing the campus is. From that second forward, I had started to
fall in love with Tarleton. Orientation soon approached and introduced me to Duck Camp. When I
originally heard what Duck camp was about, teaching the heritage and traditions of Tarleton, I was
exhilarated to leave that second to learn, socialize, and start my transition from high school to college.
Before Duck Camp arrived, one of my TTMs, Wacey Horton, sent me a text saying he will be my
daddy duck for Duck Camp one. To be completely honest, I was a little weirded out when I saw him
say daddy duck but it made me laugh and all the more excited for Duck Camp. Wacey made my Duck
Camp experience something I will never forget for the rest of my life; he made it fun, introduced all of
us to new people, established friendships between all of us, and has brought me entirely out of my
shell I had enclosed myself in during high school. Wacey taught me how to have more confidence, to
have real school spirit, and how to yell my lungs out like me life depended on it. Thanks to an
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Analysis Of Spotlight
The movie Spotlight is a film based on actual events that tell how a special investigative group
uncover a scandal involving the Catholic Church. The story is set in Boston, Massachusetts in 2001.
The story began with a new editor, Marty Baron, joining the team of the Boston Globe. The story
unfolds in a gripping tale of how this group of reporters are able to overcome many obstacles and tell
a story that most likely saved many children from being abused. Marty Baron is the editor that joins
the team and it is clear from the beginning that he is thought to be boring and an outsider to the city of
Boston. They make a references to him being Jewish to infer that he does not understand their religion
or the extent of the importance of Catholicism within their community. Marty shows us over the
course of the movie that he is looking at the bigger picture using the Larger Truth approach. When he
and the Spotlight team discuss the widespread issue of the priests and how the church was paying off
the victim s family, he tells the team that they need to focus first on the institution not priests . This is
also somewhat of a populist approach. He was much more concerned about how the church was not
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Sacha had many of the different styles that she utilized while working on this story. She was
investigative, pouring over all the old clips to get facts and building up the story before she went and
started interviewing people. She had the attached approach really interested in the feelings of her
sources. She was using the Village approach when she was very interested in the words that were used
to describe the abuse because she is also a storyteller. She wanted to make sure the story was told
right. She wrote the second part to the story in the Boston Globe and it very much reads like a novel,
revealing again the attached
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Family Is Family Essay
Family is what you make it. When someone asks you, who is in your family how do you answer? Do
you tell them your mother? Your father? Sisters and Brothers? Do you tell them you don t have any?
Do you say I have family but they are not blood? Do you simply tell them you are alone in the world?
Who and what do you consider family? Family is not a mother that leaves her child with its
grandparents to sell herself to men for drugs. A mother that gives up custody of her children, and
dumps them on other family members to one day not return. A mother that makes her six year old
daughter stand on the street corner, and beg for money. A mother that tries to kill her child by beating
her head into a bed frame, until her head looks like hamburger meat. A mother that starves her child so
that she can have her next fix. A mother that cut all ties with her children, until she needs something.
Family is not a father that rather forget about his daughter. A father that is forced to spend time with
his child. A father that spends all his time with his children from his second wife. A father that works
less than ten miles from his child, but can t even stop by to say hi. A father that drinks too much. A
father that goes twenty years without speaking to his child.
Family is not brothers and sisters that bully you. Siblings that tell you that you are ugly, and kick you
while you are down. Siblings that make fun of the cloths you wear. Siblings that lie to the court, and
take your child
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Maxis Advantages And Disadvantages
Maxis have launched an application which named MyMaxis App exclusively for its postpaid
customers in order to let their customers to view account information and manage it easily with simple
self serve features. This app is available in the Google Play Store app for Android users and the App
Store for IOS users.
MyMaxis App carries a lot of functions which allows Maxis customers to view their account
information, buy data passes, download and pay bills and check data usage directly from their
smartphones simply through this app. Maxis head of consumer business Dushyan Vaithiyanathan said
that by using MyMaxis App, customers were able to save over 34 hours of their time in a year. Their
ambition is to empower their customers to interact with them easily by accessing their services
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Maxis will donate RM 1 for every single download of the sticker. So, the public could download free
Deepavali stickers from LINE in order to support charity. This total of money of RM 100, 000 was
contributed to 10 children s homes around the country.
The main purpose of organization is making profit. However, society expects them to achieve much
more than that. Therefore, it is important to have corporate social responsibility services as the
business strategy. Through the corporate social responsibility services, Maxis can improve their
societal image and create a sustainable environment of the business. Maxis are trying to improve the
technology of the local area. It is important for the long run business activities of Maxis in the
foreseeable future. This can be a kind of advertising of Maxis and make it well known to public.
Maxis can gain more sales and support in the future from public especially people who concern about
society
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Jane Eyre Social Expectations
In Charlotte Bronte s novel, Jane Eyre, she writes about the life of a woman named Jane, who falls in
love with a man named Rochester. Throughout the novel Bronte describes and uses the challenges
Jane faces in order to reveal that you can be true to your morals and still be happy with yourself.
According to society s expectations the more wealth you have, the more superior you see yourself in
comparison to others. Throughout the novel Jane has conflicting beliefs about what she should do
when it came to certain situations. She wants to prove self morality while staying true to her christian
morality as well. Brocklehurst is the manager of Lowood, which is the school Jane attends as a child.
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She expresses herself and it is looked at as mad because of the expectations women. In addition, her
behavior was not ideal according to society s expectations. Bronte uses Bertha to symbolize freedom
for Jane letting go of herself expectations and just being. Bertha s character reveals that women cannot
be true to themselves without being seen as mad. When Rochester reveals to Jane why he married
Bertha, the first thing he says to Jane is that Bertha Mason is mad; and she came of a mad family
idiots and maniacs , implying that if this part of Jane was ever released she would not be accepted by
Rochester. He also goes on to tell Jane that she drags him through all the hideous and degrading
agonies while reassuring her that he was tricked into staying in the marriage. Throughout the constant
back and forth between Jane and Rochester Bertha who represents Jane s passion seems to always get
in the way until the end when Jane realizes that she can be true to herself morals and still be accepted
by Rochester. When Jane is just about to return to Rochester Bertha flings herself onto the pavement.
In this moment her hair is described as streaming against the flames as she stood. , implying that all of
her passions are being set free. Bronte uses this particular moment to show the reader the importance
of staying true to one s self freedom. St.John represents allowing your christian moral
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Similarities Between Silk Road And Indian Ocean Trade
Throughout early history, civilizations often sought to receive resources from afar to sustain their
societies and keep themselves thriving, and to this end trade relations and eventually trade routes
began to emerge. This aided civilizations in their discovery of foreign items that they may use to better
their societies. These items traded ranged from complex technology to something as simple as
nutmeg. The main trade routes that were utilized in East and South Asia were the silk road and the
Indian Ocean Trade Network. In the 7th 12th centuries, both the silk road and Indian ocean trade route
had affected east and south Asia by the introduction of religions such as Buddhism changing
government forms and altering the belief systems of society and changing how individuals live their
daily lives, however differences were present in the impact that these routes had on daily lives, such as
the Indian Ocean Trade Route giving rise to an entire new culture in Africa known as the Swahili and
leading to the innovation of the sailing boat known as the Dhow, and the silk road led to the
transmission of religion and resources throughout Eurasia and it led to utilization of caravans and
animals as a means of trade. The Indian Ocean Trade Network, as well as the silk road had aided in
cultural diffusion, and the transmission of ideas, however these routes were different in the way in
which they were traversed and what ideas were specifically transmitted. The Indian Ocean Trade route
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The Effect Of Solar And On Earth
Most solar storms produce a variety of effects on our planet. The intensity of a solar storm increase
gradually, the storm can begin to develop the capacity to create a major disaster on Earth. The variety
of intensity of solar storm is like the difference between being hit with a tropical rainstorm and being
devastated by a Category 5 hurricane. Oak Ridge National Laboratories estimated that only a solar
storm just slightly stronger than the 13 March 1989 storm would have the capacity to produce a
cascading blackout involving the entire Northeastern sector of the United States and other effect on
the terrestrial biological systems. So the question is what are the components of Solar Flares? How
does it cause damages? What are they? Are there any measures to mitigate the risks? This paper
dissects and analyzes the various threats created by Great solar storms and provide some Theorell
experiences and research details that entail the phenomena and its effects.
Solar Flares:
Definition and Impacts Introduction
Solar storms consist of three major components: solar flares, solar proton events (SPEs) and coronal
mass ejections (CMEs). CMEs can interact with Earth s magnetic field to produce a geomagnetic
storm. Not all solar storms produce all three elements but the largest solar storms tend to. (James. A
Maruesk 2007) Recent scientific information indicates that an extreme solar storm cycle activity
producing Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GIC) is predicted to
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Heroin And Its Effects On The Brain
Heroin, a chemical imposter, is an illegal, extremely addictive drug derived from opium. Heroin can
reach the brain by methods of injection, nasal inhalation, or smoked. In our brain there are many
receptor sites, each site specific for different neurotransmitters. In this paper I will refer to the opiate
receptor. Naturally, our brain is responsible for making endorphins, a natural opiate of the body. These
endorphins are the feel good chemical sensations in the brain, when we are exposed to pain or stress.
Heroin mimics the opium chemical, creating the effect of pleasure and euphoric feelings. I will look
into how heroin affects the cerebral cortex and how different genders perceive and treat the effects of
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The opioid is synthesized from morphine, and when entering the brain, heroin is converted back to
morphine. Upon entering, the once opioid, now morphine, binds to opioid receptors, specifically in the
brainstem. The brainstem is vital for controlling automatic processes vital for life, like blood pressure,
arousal, and respiration. These processes are how we continue to live; heroin use and overdose can
then lead to death by suppression of these vital life processes, such as suppression of breathing
(National Institute on Drug Abuse, 2014). While heroin undoubtedly affects our processes of living, it
also interrupts our sensations and perceptions. Users describe the feeling of heroin as a euphoric or
rush feeling. This rush reportedly last one to two minutes, where the actual high lasts hours. Other
sensations associated with heroin are reduction of anxiety and depression, safe and warm feelings, and
pain relief (Hartney, 2014). While heroin affects sensations, it also changes motor functions, such as
reaction times. In a study I examined, experimenters tested reaction times in heroin abusers of
different genders. In the experiment, researchers formulated two groups, one control and the other
heroin dependent currently in a withdrawal period; researchers choose participants specifically on
certain guidelines. For the experiment, participants were asked to focus on a visual stimulus on a
computer screen. There were asked to press a button when they saw the
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Essay Genetic Engineering and Developing Countries
The genetic engineering of foods has been the subject of much controversy since its first appearance
in the mid 1980 s. As scientists began to learn more about genetically engineered foods and the
benefits of such foods, their potential also began to be realized. Developing countries, because of poor
nutrition, would benefit the most from modified foods. Millions of people in developing countries die
each year form lack of nutrition and hundreds of thousands go blind. Overpopulation is another
problem facing developing countries and without food and nutrients survival will be tough.
Alternately, there exist genetically modified foods, which can supply these poor nations with the
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Many environmentalists have expressed much concern about whether or not altered foods will cause
human allergies and food and allergy specialists have not let the concerns of environmentalists go
unnoticed (Hoban D3). One such environmentalist, Ronnie Cummins of Motion Magazine, has stated
that, people with food allergies (which currently afflicts 8% of all American children), whose
symptoms can range from mild unpleasantness to sudden death, may likely be harmed by exposure to
foreign proteins spliced into common food products ( Hazards of ). But, Cummins and other
environmentalists need not worry because food and allergy specialists, who also expressed concerns
about allergies, have pointed out, it s virtually impossible for anyone to have an existing allergy to a
protein that would be completely new to the human diet (Hoban D3). Other scientists have also come
to same conclusion which led Stewart et. al. of BioTechniques magazine to state that, gene products
that are not allergenic normally will not suddenly become allergenic when expressed in a transgenic
plant (841). Genetically engineered foods are as safe if not safer than the current products on the
market.
The problems that exist, as mentioned earlier, are mainly in developing countries where there is a lack
of nutrition and overpopulation. The inhabitants of less
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The Functions Of Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates are biological molecules consisting of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. Like
proteins and fats, they are macronutrients that are part of our daily diet. Functions of Carbohydrates in
the body
Carbohydrates provide energy for the body, enabling metabolism, thus preventing the breakdown of
protein as an energy source. Carbohydrates are the preferred source of fuel for the brain, muscle and
other organs. Foods and Drinks that Have Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates are found in varying amounts in many foods, including vegetables, fruits, grains,
legumes, beans, milk, milk products, and foods with added sugar (candy and soda). Carbohydrates
found in foods includes sugar, starch, and fiber.
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They are also classified depending on the type of molecules hydrolyzed. These include
homopolysaccharides (with several monosaccharides of one type) or heteropolysaccharides (with
different types of monosaccharides). (C6H10O5)x is their chemical formula.
Polysaccharide examples include starch, cellulose, pectin, glycogen, inulin, and hyaluonic acid.
Physiological Classification of Carbohydrates
The physiologic classification includes:
1. Simple Carbohydrates
These include sugars like monosaccharides, disaccharides and oligosaccharides like trisaccharides and
tetrasaccharides. Simple carbohydrates are easily digested basic sugars that offer little health value for
the body when taken in large amounts. Foods that are high in simple sugars and low in fiber increase
your blood sugar levels. Although fruits and vegetables contain simple carbohydrates, they are
healthier than processed foods like cookies and cakes because they contain fiber. This changes the way
that your body processes the sugars because fiber slows down their absorption.
It is therefore important to limit your intake of simple sugars from processed foods like:
Candy
Soda
Artificially sweetened syrups
Table sugar
White rice, bread, or
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Why I Want To Ride A Swimming Pool Essay
I wanted to go to a swimming pool. I asked my parents
Can we go swimming? They said maybe. Then later they said Get you swimming suit on were going
swimming. Me and my brother said Ok yay. We were on our way there and I said I really want to ride
this really cool slide
I ve never been on it and I heard it s very fun. My parents said You will get to since we re going there.
I said YAY! Then, as we arrived there I said oh there is the slide I wanted to ride. My parents said
Wow that looks fun I said Yup Then we got our sunscreen on so that we don t get burned and first, I
start off by swimming since I want to get used to the temperature of the water. Then after I got used to
the water, I decided that I shall take a break. I decided to sit in the sun. Then about 15 20 minutes later
I decided to eat a little snack. I ate some apples with caramel dip and I was off to swim.
So, I continued to swim and I was super anxious to ride the slide; but I thought to myself why not save
the best for last. I decided to wait until the end to ride the slide. I rode the slides that didn t seem as
cool. I rode all of those but one. The reason I didn t ride the other slide was because the line was too
long.I decided to take a break and just lay and soak up the sun. As I soaked up the sun I saw that they
had an indoor pool. I decided to go and check it out. Then I saw a diving board and a big lap pool and
just a swimming pool and there were 3
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Toxic Leadership And Its Effects On A New Second Lieutenant
It is the purpose of this paper to discuss toxic leadership and the effects it can have on a new second
lieutenant. The Army needs to be concerned with toxic leadership, because of the seriousness of
consequences that are caused by leadership failure, which in the worst case scenarios can lead to death
or mutiny. The proposed solutions to toxic leadership in this paper will provide future officers and
newly commissioned second lieutenants possible ways to combat toxic leadership and ways to prevent
it. Firstly, this paper will address what is a toxic leader, and how to identify one. Secondly, this paper
will explain how a toxic leader affects your platoon. Next, this paper will explain why toxic leadership
is tolerated with the Army. Lastly, this paper will provide solutions on how to deal with toxic
leadership, and what measures can be implemented to mitigate the risks of it happening. According to
Steele (2011) toxic leaders can be described as, focused on visible short term mission
accomplishment. They provide superiors with impressive, articulate presentations and enthusiastic
responses to missions. But, they are unconcerned about, or oblivious to, staff or troop morale, and or
climate. They are seen by the majority of subordinates as arrogant, self serving, inflexible, and petty .
This description goes along with a long list of characteristic the Army has defined a toxic leader to
display such as incompetence, malfunctioning, and maladjusted to name a few. Even
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Pp For Knee Oa 2013
At the GNYRC ACSM 2017 conference, there were two presenters that stood out to me the most.
Dennis Cardone, a sports medicine physician, an orthopedic surgeon who discussed current research
in regenerative medicine and osteoarthritis. Drew Marcos, Physical therapist, who discussed a
practical way to analyze the pitching mechanics and the key moments in the movement of this
overhead motion.
In Cardone presentation, His main focus was on Platelet rich plasma (PRP), (plasmas that come from
the patient s body, and is centrifuged to increase the concentration of platelets combined with
remaining blood). He also discussed the potential advantages as well as potential drawbacks and
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Also, there are still things scientists do not completely understand and still may have many questions
regarding platelet rich plasma treatment. In Drew Marcos presentation, were first introduced to one
athlete, in particular, Tommy John, an American professional baseball (left handed) pitcher, who
permanently damaged his ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching arm, leading to a revolutionary
surgical operation. known as Tommy John surgery. It replaced the ligament in the elbow of his
pitching arm with a tendon from his right forearm. The surgery was performed by Dr. Frank Jobe in
1974. After the surgery, the odds were against John, since there was a 1 in 100 success rate for that
operation. But, he took a season off to recover and worked with a kinesiologist, who taught him a
completely different way to pitching, eliminating the chance of him hurting his knee and arm. Before
his surgery he won 124 games after his surgery 164 games won, John continued to play for 14 more
years, retiring in 1989. Marcos, went on to discuss scapular strength and positional impairments such
as scapular dyskinesia, insufficient posterior tilt, excessive abduction and prominent inferior medial
border, which are all factors that play a part in the inverted W pitching position; that Marcos believes,
is one of the driving forces behind the some pitcher s injuries and the Tommy
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`` Wrong Headed Victory `` By Michael Le Page
On his journey through his local Wal Mart, Bob stops to examine two ears of corn. The size, price, and
nutrition facts are the same. The only difference between them is on their labelling: Natural and
Genetically Modified. Bob, like many other people, instinctively chooses the natural option without
much thought.
Michael Le Page admits in his article Wrong Headed Victory, that he would unconsciously make the
same choice as Bob. He does not think it should be that way though. Through his article, he
effectively describes how to overcome the opposition of genetically modified food, and not through
the removal of labels.
Le Page s article starts by describing an ideal world, where in which people could always choose if
they wanted to consume genetically modified food products or not. He then argues that this is not a
perfect and ideal world, where billions of people are starving because there is not enough food. Le
Page also pronounces that this number will continue to grow as the earth s population continues to
increase and farming becomes more expensive. He then claims that farming is contributing to global
warming and the world needs a more efficient method of producing food.
Le Page enlightens the reader that the technology needed to accomplish that task already exists
through genetically modified food, but there are multiple reasons why it has not been fully utilized
yet. One of the problems is that the poorer countries do not have the money to afford these better
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Gun Control And Income Inequality
What is considered gun control and income inequality? How long have these topics been problems in
America and why have they not been taken care of? Everyone has seen the stories on the news and on
the internet of the mass shootings and the income inequality between men and women. I was always
into the gun control conversation because my entire family was. Recently gun control has been back
on the news due to two mass shootings. One took place in Las Vegas at a concert and another took
place in Texas at a church. People say that if we had more regulations and made background checks
harder those mass shootings may not have happened. However, I was not into the income inequality
because I was too young to really understand what it was when it became a hot topic in the news.
Income inequality has not been on the news recently but is still an issue to many people. I have
researched both topics on many different websites. The articles I found and used are from professors
and people who research these topics. Gun control can be a good and a terrible thing. Some people say
there is no such thing as gun control and some say gun control already exists. What exactly is gun
control? Well, everyone has their own view on what gun control is and what it should contain. Some
say gun control is taking away guns, people taking and passing tests, and making more laws and
regulations. Others say gun control should not exist and that it is not needed anywhere in the United
States. There is no
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Sectional Leader Reflection
In my senior year, I was elected to be the sectional leader for a debate club in my school. Being a
sectional leader, I shouldered huge responsibilities such as planning the course, keeping track of the
students progress and analyzing their arguments for feedback. Furthermore, to maintain record
attendance, I generated creative topics to garner excitement and alacrity in participation. As to the
debate class itself, the members ranged from tenth grade to twelfth grade. Even though the grade
difference was supposed to bring more diversity and ideas to the discussion, it actually caused a
problem. With comprehensive debating experience under her belt, a tenth grade member displayed
superiority complex toward others as she often criticizes her
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Skeptics Of Western Astrology
Eighty four million Americans believe in astrology; Not only does it psychologically have a strong
appeal by giving us mere mortals a sense of estranged, esoteric knowledge, it captivates us by
providing answers to our confusing, questionable lives, as well as the fact that it s highly profitable.
Accessories representing the different signs of the zodiac never go out of style, much of today s
society can t help but check their weekly horoscope in the tabloids; it may barely qualify as a science,
but it is more than eligible to be considered a business. In a world that s constantly and rapidly
undergoing evolutionary changes, whether they be technological, social, or economic the human race
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This belief may be partly based off of religion, or just general, scientific skepticism. Astrology, by
definition. is the study of celestial objects and how they influence individual lives on Earth. It all
started about 6,000 years ago, with the Mesopotamian Chaldeans, who sought a way to track the
seasons in order to sort out their sowing, reaping, and hoarding schedules throughout the year. Using
12 constellations, they were able to derive a 354 day calendar based off of the Moon s position in
relation to each constellation. Each time a new constellation was encountered by the Moon, the
following month began. Thousands of years later, the Greeks named these constellations the circle of
animals, or zodiakos kyklos, presently known as the the zodiac. Although the Lunar calendar was
primarily effective, the fact that it was 11 days short threw the calendar up to 6 months out of sync
within 20 years. The Chaldeans then turned to the planets to form a 365 day, in sync calendar
(Bakich). When the European Renaissance came about, astrology was commonly viewed as a
common form of divination; people indulged in the constellations and found new ways to interpret
them. European astrologers were widely considered scholars that explored the mysteries of the
universe through science and research, and their influences spread to not only the European continent,
but the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and eventually even the Americas. However, in the 16th and 17th
centuries, during a time known as the Enlightenment, the Christian religion waged war on astrology,
with Pope Sixtus V officially condemning it, though it continued to be practiced. The Italian astrologer
Jerome Cardan was convicted and held under house arrest by the Catholic Inquisition under suspicion
of violating Sixtus papal bull. In England,
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Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Poem Analysis
Walt Whitman´s poem Crossing Brooklyn Ferry uses the theme of time to communicate a sense of
Trancendentalist unity. Whitman s Transcendentalist speaker enters the appearances and usual
costumes of the universe of wonders keeping in mind the end goal to find the truth that ties each and
all together in one
The speaker, as The title already indicates taking a ferry in New York,does not waste any time before
presenting the idea that all humans are united in their common experience. The narrator imagines
those who will cross the river in the future,this could also indicate a metaphor for the overall journey
of a human life. He is very optimistic and at ease :He and also everyone else is to him a part of the
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What the push of reading could not start is started by me personally, is it not? In the last section of the
poem ,once again all the images of the ferry ride are one by one reprised and united together like „The
glories strung like beads on my smallest sights and hearings It serves to help the reader to remember
all that preceded. While before he demonstrated things independently, blended with his own
contemplations, here he consolidates them into one major celebration.
This segment, and the whole poem, comes full circle in a last stanza where Whitman utilizes the
pronoun we again, as though the reader and the speaker have at last been joined together. We are now
able to see the world with new perspective or „free sense When something has been encountered, that
experience stays with the individual:„We use you, and do not cast you aside we plant you/
permanently within us/We fathom you not we love you there is perfection in you also
Despite the fact that we don t completely comprehend or fanthom these things, we adore them in any
case and now they are
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Nursing Practice Implications
Practice Implications
As a student, it can often be challenging to apply research findings into practice, even more so at
earlier levels of nursing programs. When involved in surgical care around appendicitis, among the
many actions which can be done, the arguably most important intervention which can be applied is
continual perioperative care (Lewis, 2014).
Frequent patient assessment can prevent a variety of complications in appendectomy patients. After
this gastrointestinal surgery with abdominal incisions, patients may have an increased risk of
contracting paralytic ileus, or peristalsis cessation (Lewis, 2014). This can result in various other
concerns arising, meaning that prevention and early intervention can greatly improve patient ... Show
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Salminen et al. (2015) found that there was a sufficiently high success rate to warrant antibiotic
treatment for appendicitis as an option presented to the patient. Nurses should advocate for their
patients by raising awareness that antibiotic therapy has been shown to be a viable treatment for
appendicitis. Thus, should surgery be contraindicated for any reason, alternative therapy is available to
treat the condition. This includes lobbying institutions and agencies to culture the appendix, if
possible. This way, as the patient is on general antibiotics for appendicitis, more specific medication
can be available in order to administer more efficient and safe care to patients with
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Impactful Use Of Figurative Language In Malala s Nobel...
Twenty six whopping minutes. That s how long Malala Yousafzai s Nobel Prize speech was, and it
was jampacked full of rhetorical devices such as figurative language, repetition, and parallel structure.
You could go and watch it, but you ll get the same content from reading this paper, and it ll take half
of the time. There are many instances of figurative language that can be found within Malala s speech,
but I m just going to highlight the ones that stuck out to me. One of the most impactful uses of
figurative language that I came across was a metaphor. In order to convey determination to learn, she
referenced her thirst for education. I thought that this was very impactful because it compares
education to one of the basic necessities of life, water. Another great use of figurative language within
her speech was the use of symbolism. Throughout her speech, Malala uses herself as a symbol for
various issues that she cares about, but it s very evident when she claims to be other girls that have had
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Three times she says so it becomes the last time when referring to education deprivation. She does this
to ingrain the thought into our brains that if we take a stand, children will no longer have to worry
about education deprivation. As a result, the thought that more and more helpless children will lose
their rights to education if we don t decide to help them will be ingrained in our minds as well. While
talking about the same subject, Malala states that it is not the time to pity them twice to emphasize the
point that nothing will happen if we don t take actions to help the children. Towards the end of her
speech, she reveals that her goal is to see every child in school. Twice more, she repeats the phrase,
the last time, to show us that if we put all of our effort into achieving her goal, we will never have to
fight for education
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Should We Let Astrology Affect Our Thinking Or Perception...
Should we let astrology affect our thinking or perception towards life?
In today s society, astrology has been an extremely fascinating belief and study among certain social
groups. Many people are used to refer to the daily horoscope in newspapers and popular magazines.
However, a large group of scientists and philosophers such as Thagard (1978) consider that astrology
is a pseudoscience, but there is a small amount of scientific evidence on whether if it is truly a
pseudoscience or not. Some of them discuss that the psychological belief in astrology of oneself is the
consequence of his or her desperation in finding solutions to their personal problems such as marriage
and career which can somehow affect their life because of its psychological effects (Bennett, 1998).
Besides, astrology is considered as an ancestor of modern science which is supported by two aspects
of discussions (Thomas, 1971). Furthermore, most scientists hold the opinion that astrology can not be
trust because it is lack of scientific support. Nevertheless, according to Fitts Fitzgerald (1977), the fate
of one person is determined at some level which is inevitable and inescapable. Moreover,
Konstantinides (2004) contradict the idea that constellations are supposed to determine the
characteristics of oneself in that everyone is different somehow even for twins. At last but not least,
some experts claim that people do not necessarily understand themselves and others through astrology.
That is why we
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The Nazi Regime Used Propaganda Posters
The Nazi regime used propaganda posters to primarily expose the German people to a new way of
thinking. In charge of distributing and overseeing the creation of a majority of the propagandist
posters was Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels. Born in Rheydt, Germany he created and ran the Third Reich
Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. There, his goal was to play upon the hopes, fears,
and frustrations of the German people. Then, he wished to harness those same emotions to spark a
German movement and war. Goebbels believed that the written word, instead of the spoke word, was
responsible or countless great events in history. In his posters he hoped that: Today every German
soldier, worker, and pleasant knows what we are fighting for. This is not a war for thorn and altar; it is
a war for wheat and bread, for a full table three times a day, a war of achievement of material means
necessary for a solution of the social question. There was fire in his blood, and it would end up clearly
manifesting in his work on propaganda posters. Initially Nazi propagandists used niche marketing to
connect their posters to all aspects of German life. Under niche marketing, they concentrated their
efforts on smaller, yet influential groups of people. Some examples included woman working in
homes, farmers, factory workers, and war veterans. If the government could get the support of those
distinct groups, then they knew they would have a strong support base to rely and rally on for
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President Nixon s Involvement On The Watergate Scandal Essay
To further maintain his innocence, President Nixon started creating distance between himself and
those of senior authority within his administration who could be directly linked to the Watergate
scandal. At this time, many of President Nixon s aides were either being prosecuted for obstruction of
justice, burglary, wiretapping, etc, or they were resigning their positions within the administration due
to the overwhelming evidence that was appearing against them in relation to their criminal activities.
Many of President Nixon s aides were either cutting a deal in court or preparing to testify against the
him in relation to their personal knowledge about the details of the scandal and their personal
knowledge about President Nixon s involvement. The characters that will be examined were both
senior politicians within the Nixon Administration as well as law enforcement agents and high ranking
attorneys. They will be investigated to determine their connection to the Nixon Administration and
their role in the Watergate scandal.
John Ehrlichman was the policy advisor for President Nixon. He was responsible for creating the
White House plumbers, which was a group of men who prevented leaks and insider information about
the Nixon Administration from getting in the hands of reporters. He was a loyal and patriotic advisor,
most of the time using unconventional and illegal methods to secure a victory. Ehrlichman contributed
to the cover up as he was the one who told FBI Director L.
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Financial Analysis of Northrop Grumman Essay
Financial Analysis of Northrop Grumman
Brandes, John
Embrry Riddle Aeronautical University
MBAA 518 Managerial Finance
December 16, 2012
Dr. Summers
Abstract The fiscal analysis of Northrop Grumman includes the examination of profitability, liquidity,
and equity ratios, its 3 year stock price, as well as a general financial overview of the company. This
case study exams their fiscal strategy as well as the debt utilization and possible effects of the fiscal
crisis on Northrop Grumman. This document compares Northrop Grumman to other companies in the
defense sector by comparing their ratios as well profitability. The paper will provide the reader with an
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Most notably the Grumman designed and built the Lunar Lander for the Apollo program.
Key Products
Northrop Grumman is primarily involved in four related by also distinct industries which are also their
core competencies. They are involved in aerospace systems, electrical systems, information systems
and technology systems. Involvement in these key areas allows them to focus on their customers
needs for unmanned air systems; command, control, communications, computers, intelligence,
surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR); logistics, and cyber security.
The company is currently involved in a many major programs for the Defense Department. They are
producing the RQ 4 Global Hawk an unmanned air system (UAS) that is the only UAS that is allowed
to fly in US airspace. They are also developing and producing active electronically scanned array
radars for the F 35 and F 16 as well as a multitude of electronic warfare systems like the US Navy s
Next Generation Jammer. The Lightning family of advanced targeting pods is also a key program
within Northrop Grumman, with the Lightning Generation four reaching its 250th produced unit.
Northrop Grumman is also developing the X 47b for the US Navy, which would give them a stealth
carrier launched unmanned combat air vehicle, which would be the first for the US Navy. This aircraft
also made history, by being the first unmanned combat air vehicle to accomplish a
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Essay on Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis When people think of psychoanalysis, usually one name comes to mind. This would
be Sigmund Freud. Freud, along with Carl G. Jung and Alfred Adler, has impacted the history of
psychoanalysis. Further, he has influenced the lives of the men and women during the early 1900s. In
today s society, the history of psychoanalysis is continually being discussed among many scholars.
Paul Roazen, author of Encountering Freud: The Politics and Histories of Psychoanalysis, has
dedicated his professional career to researching the impact of Freud and his followers not only on
politics but on the cultural and intellectual life of this century (Chodoff 132). One main theme that
Roazen emphasizes is the relationship between ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Because of this, many searched for ideas to fill this void, and some found the answer to lay within
Freud. Also, Freud s image of man was completely secular. Roazen states, this freedom from both
Utopianism and asceticism has earned Freud the contempt of ideological totalitarians of the Right and
the Left (28). Despite the reasoning that lies behind this issue, it is clear that Freud has provided an
image of man that has made him understandable without at the same time making him despicable. It is
important to remember that Freud was once referred to as a leader during a period of extreme change
in social character. Freud, who was rooted in the philosophy of humanism and the enlightenment, was
a liberal critic of the bourgeois society. (Roazen 45). He felt society demanded many un called for
hardships on man. Further, he declared that these cruelties would led to the formation of neuroses that
could have been prevented by a more accepting attitude. Many of Freud s supporters also felt that the
pressures that were laid down by society were unjust, hence their finding hope in his theories. Looking
directly at Freud and his development of psychoanalysis, he claims that psychoanalysis is my creation;
for ten years I was the only one occupied with it (Brill 933). Freud worked as a therapist treating
patients and then applying his findings to the larger human domains. Freud once stated, I perceived
ever more clearly
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THE BATTLE OF GUADALCANAL Essay
Introduction The Battle of Guadalcanal was a very important battleground that ended the Japanese
ground advancement in the Pacific area of operations. Also, after they were defeated and removed
from the island it showed that they were not an unstoppable foe that resulted in boasting the
confidence of the United States and its allies. The amphibious assault that occurred on Guadalcanal
was the first amphibious counteroffensive for the United States after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. The
Japanese were attempting to build an airfield on the island and gain a foothold that would help to
protect their flanks as they continued their offensive campaign through the Pacific. Having an
established foothold on Guadalcanal would also give the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It was also believed that if the Japanese were able to complete this airfield that it would be too
advantageous for them and would also aid in invading Port Moresby on the Western coast of New
Guinea.
Planning and Preparation In the initial planning there were many debates on who would command the
assault on Guadalcanal. General Douglas MacArthur was the Commander of the Southwest Pacific
Forces and was originally thought of to command the assault. However the Navy expressed numerous
concerns that MacArthur would possibly leave their carriers exposed and the result placed Admiral
Chester Nimitz as the overall Commander. The mission was tasked to the 1st marine division out of
North Carolina that was commanded by Major General Alexander Vandegrift. General Vandegrift
received his orders to perform the amphibious assault on Guadalcanal on the 25th of June 1942.
Immediately General Vandegrift realized many problems he would have to overcome. Originally he
had not planned on deploying his unit into combat until the beginning of 1943. His unit was newly
formed and spread between three different locations. To make matters worse the majority of his men
had little to no combat experience. The majority of the equipment they possessed was
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Blue Zones
Blue Zones is an anthropological concept that describes the characteristic lifestyles and the
environments of the world s longest lived people.They are the places in the world where people live
longer and healthier than anywhere else on earth. The four blue zones he talked about were the Italian
island of sardinia; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, California; and Costa Rica s isolated Nicoya
Peninsula. One of the common factors all these places had were the eating styles. All of them had a
plant based diet. They all also lived in tribes whom were basically considered family just in case
something would have happened to them or their family, these tribe members would be the backup
plan and are the people who take care of them. So there social engagement levels were all high due to
these tribe member always being with them and being with one another. All blue zones had a no
smoking factor, which obviously caused them to live longer. My favorite similarity they all had was
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That we the human race is not programmed for living long. For you to live a 100 years old you must
have to have hit the genetic lottery. Also that treatments can not make us live longer. Our body s have
35 trillion cells and that treatment is going to change that. For example someone who is 65 years old is
ageing at a rate of 125 times faster than a person who is 12 years old. The way we treat older people is
also a big factor, instead of throwing someone in a retirement home, keep them around and treat them
normal. In blue zones the older you are means the more wisdom you have and the smarter you are, so
if we treat our older generation with that respect instead of throwing them away at a retirement home
they would have a happier and longer life, also have a more peaceful
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Historical And Legal Issues Of Developmental Disabilities...
This chapter on Historical and Legal Issues in Developmental Disabilities by James R. Thompson and
Michael L. Wehmeyer talked about how people perceived people with intellectual and developmental
disabilities over the past few centuries. Intellectual and developmental disabilities have been around
for a while and many people have been scrutinized for having disabilities. Early on people with
disabilities were treated unfairly or mistreated by other community members. It was not until the late
19th, 20th, and 21st century where people started to help people with disabilities to attempt making a
difference. There were many key themes throughout the chapter that I found very interesting,
including the way people with disabilities were treated in the early years. People with disabilities were
segregated from the rest of the community due to them being different in the middle ages to the 18th
century. It came to my attention that people did not have respect for people with disabilities. No one
cared to get to know them or help them. It was normal for people to call people with disabilities
names, or refer to them as idiots . Countless numbers of people with disabilities or who had mental
illnesses were institutionalized. Even though there was many neglectful people in the world, there was
also a number of people who started to address the situation and make a difference. Although civilians
still needed to work on their terminology referring to people with disabilities.
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The Pros And Cons Of Cybercloying
Every year, billions of dollars is being lost due to cybercrime and security. Harassment, Identity theft,
online predators, and ransom are some of the most cybercrimes being committed, that s causing the
most harm to billions of people.
First, there are many forms of harassment that can take place online. There is cyberbullying,
cyberstalking, and internet trolling. Although all three deals with harassment, they all mean something
different. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place via social media, apps, gaming, share content, text
and etc. It includes posting, sharing, commenting, and sometimes even reacting to false or even mean
comments regarding another person. No Bullying: The World s Authority on Bulling, reported that in
2016, over nine million people have looked for some type of help or asked for advice regarding cyber
bullying (NoBullying Bullying CyberBullying Resources, 2017).
Bully victims are between two to nine times more likely to attempt to commit suicide. It is important
to take note of this because the suicide age is starting to become younger as years go one. For
example, a eight year old Cincinnati, OH boy had committed suicide in his house. Gabriel Taye
committed suicide because he was being bullied at school by his peers and at his school there was an
incident where on camera you can see one of his peers hitting him causing him to go unconscious. It
was unclear if the child was being bullied online also because investigation is still in
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Into The Wild Chris Mccandless Relationship Analysis
Relationships between people can change lives forever. For instance, a parent and child s relationship
are one of the most important ones because that is where our consciousness about love, trust and
assurance comes from. Depending on the relationship, it can either benefit or suffer a child. Since little
children always look up to their parents and learn from them. So the actions done by their parents can
affect the child s life later in the years. This scenario can be reflected in the book Into the Wild, the
character Chris McCandless. Chris McCandless parent s outside appearance was wanting Chris to go
to school and be successful. Meanwhile, in the inside appearance, especially the dad, was an abusive
father. This reflected a double life.
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Thomas Hill Ideals Of Human Excellence And Preserving...
In Ideals of Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments , Thomas Hill explores the idea
that those who would destroy natural environments may lack necessary human virtues. He lays out
this idea through these claims:
1. A person who views non sentient nature as a resource may be clouded by self importance.
The idea here Hill highlights as one of perspective the inability to see oneself as part of nature. This
ties in with his next claim.
2. A person who would harm natural environments may lack humility by avoiding seeing himself as
one among many natural creatures.
Hill would make a distinction here from just perspective to one of attitude, if one sees themselves as
part of nature and yet would still destroy it then they are making the value judgment that humans are
more important than nature.
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However one may value something, and yet find need to put it aside. I may want to visit my dying
relative, but having concluded that doing so would leave me in debt for the rest of my natural life I
may revise my plan. This doesn t preclude me from staying in contact with them or cherishing what
connection we may have while they remain in this world. I agree with Hill s argument on most levels
and still find that it is intangible. The argument is sound logically, but makes assumptions that cannot
be quantified. Even could they be of what import would it be? Would we corral those lacking virtue to
be reeducated? In essence I believe Hill s ideas to be a preface to Baxter s. One rooted in the
intangible and one the tangible. Practicality vs Ideality it is an old argument and the basis for most,
neither wholly wrong nor right. On the pipeline through the Big Bend area do the people opposed to
its implementation regard the fact that it may improve the lives of their fellow man or do they lack that
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Organizational Performance Management System
Table of Contents
Abstract 3
Introduction 3
The Changing Role of Organizational Performance Management 4
Organizational Performance Measurement Approaches: Balance Scorecard 7
Benefits and Shortcomings of Balance Scorecard 9
Five Key Organizational Performance Measures 10
Conclusion 12
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As per Vince Kellen (2003) those uses include monitoring and controlling activities, driving
organizational improvement, maximizing the effectiveness of the improvement effort, achieving
alignment with organizational goal and objectives, rewarding and disciplining.
The Changing Role of Organizational Performance Measurement System
How to create and measure organizational performance measurement system has been a persistent
source of debate. Traditionally, organizational performance management system included measuring
financial ratios, such as return on investments, cash flows, and cost of sales.
Figure one below depicts traditional performance indicators, focused mostly on financial measures.
Figure One Source: Frederico and Cavenaghi 2009
In the recent years the focus has been on measuring non financial ratios, such as quality, customer
satisfaction, safety and other stakeholders. Figure Two shows the new performance indicators,
incorporating quality together with other financial indicators.
Figure Two Source: Source: Frederico and Cavenaghi 2009
Furthermore, according to Shackleton (2007) financial measures prohibit the guidance and evaluation
of an organization s ability to create future value through investments in customers, suppliers,
employees, processes, technology and innovation. Shacketon agues that the pressure for reporting on
corporate performance today, has confronted the traditional managerial
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Juror s Decisions In 12 Angry Men, By Reginald Rose
The 1957 film 12 Angry Men, written by Reginald Rose, tells the story of a jury made up of twelve
men, as they contemplate the sentencing of a young man accused of murder. As the name implies,
many of the jurors become extremely emotional as the deliberation process moves on. The jurors
emotions and unique personalities create various conflicts and show how they each have differing
perspectives on the trial. Throughout the deliberation process it becomes clear that several of the
jurors harbor personal prejudices which end up affecting their decisions in reaching a verdict. It is
clear from the beginning that if not for one juror, known as Juror 8, the jury would have returned a
unanimous guilty verdict with no deliberation. The obvious bias ... Show more content on
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It is clear at this point that at least one of the jurors held a predisposed opinion of the defendant simply
because of his socioeconomic background. In this case, a juror s negative opinion drives him to ignore
facts and logic presented to him. He appears to dehumanize people who live in the slums, and clearly
expects the boy to be a murderer because of this. He gradually becomes an embodiment of racism and
hate, at one point going on a rant and comparing people from the slums to animals. Only after he is
presented irrefutable evidence, and is coaxed by other jurors, does Juror 10 change his vote to not
guilty. Although thankfully he is able to overcome it, Juror 10 s bias is just one example of the
numerous predispositions that have the potential to effect a jurors final decision. In a multi cultural
nation such as the United States, racially charged trials are bound to occur from time to time. Racism
is a major problem, especially so on a jury, and has the potential to drastically sway ones opinion. As
long as people like this have the potential to serve on a jury, a fair and unbiased ruling will be at
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Essay Strategic audit
Strategic Audit for iRobot Corporation Case Study
I. CurrentSituation
A. CurrentPerformance iRobot designs and builds robots that make a difference in the home, field and
workplace. iRobot was founded in 1990 in Delaware, Massachusetts and it was the first company to
introduce robots into the life of the household and make the robots part of their daily life. In
comparison to the other products, home products were the most successful ones. Some of the iRobot s
products are: Roomba (vaccum cleaning), Scooba (floor cleaning), Brava (floor mopping) home
products; PackBot, SUGV, Warrior, etc. Defense and Security products; iRobot Aware 2 robot
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Unmanned Ground Robots and Unmanned Underwater Vehicle, used in the military operations, have a
future since they perform the most dangerous tasks and save soldiers life.
Do fewer things better iRobot focuses on the design and performance of the robots and the
manufacturing of the actual robots is passed to other companies
Formed alliance with companies like Boeing and Advanced Scientific Concepts so it can use part of
their technology for improving its products
Invest in the future
Focus on the emerging markets. These are the markets that will encounter the need of using iRobot
products for performing in their best, like healthcare, oil and gas, food and beverage industry.
4. Policies
Focus on R D and Human Resource Management
Pay a lot of attention on the R D to keep innovation going
Keep the employees happy and offer them the best working environment
Keep looking for the geniuses in the technology
Human Resource in this type of industry is very important so look for the best will make the company
gain competitive advantage
II. Strategic Managers
A. Board of Directors
The board of directors consists of nine members:
Colin Angle Chairman of the Board, CEO and Co Founder of iRobots
Dr. Ronald Chwang Chairman and President, iD Ventures America, LLC
George C. McNamee served as director since 1999, currently a private investor
Andrea Geisser served as a director since 2004
Dr. Jacques S. Gansler Director, Center for Public
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  • 2. The Role Of The Nephilins In The Bible The Bible reports the emergence of The Giants as the result of the sexual relationship between women (daughters of men) and guardian angels (children of God) and from this relationship there would have been hybrid beings of high stature and perversity never seen on the Face of the earth. These are the Nephilins, the giants of biblical accounts. How did they really come about? Who were the children of God? The search for these answers has always led theologians of various epochs to try to understand this fact and supposed relationship between angelic beings endowed with purely carnal desires and taken by voluptuousness, and women descended from a genealogy that abandoned the fear of God, as is the account found In the book of Jubilees, to give ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The giants are the result of a union between two species, beings that have been genetically altered due to the compatibility between human women and the Nephilins. In the Bible we can identify some of the descendants of the Nephilins on earth because they were former rulers, as the book of Numbers 13:33 And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight . The Book of I Enoch In the book of I Enoch, as well as in the book of the Jubilees, testament of Rubem and Baruch, are described several events that led God to determine the end of humanity, for those had been so rebellious against the sovereignty of God that the end had come for them. In this account of I Enoch, angelic beings, the Guardian angels, here nominated as Watchers, who had Semjaza as leader, were attracted by the beauty of the daughters of men and waking up among themselves, they went down to the land to possess these women. When the children of men multiplied, in those days, beautiful and graceful daughters were born to them. And the watchers, the children of heaven, when they saw them, desired ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Typical of our fights, it always ends with one of us... Typical of our fights, it always ends with one of us banging the door, and walking away in fury. It has always been our way of letting the other know that we are pissed beyond the thin stretch that separates sane from the absolutely insane phase of things. Sigh. Well, to tell the truth, I am the one who does the banging of the door most of the time. Anyway, early this month we moved into a new house, and perhaps it was the pressure of moving, coupled with our tendency not agreeing with things that matter (Like me insisiting that we need new curtains and him insisting that our old curtains will work just fine in covering our windows, cus after all, they are just curtains *Sigh*) So he yells: DO WHAT YOU WANT... and Bang! He slams the door ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He keeps quiet, looks at me as if he is digesting it all, and then says: I really need to leave and go do something.. I sigh deeply, wondering if the feeling am feeling now is the kind that Nyeri women feel before they go full swing into battering their husbands. Sigh! Well, we always get along pretty fine, we are good kind of laid back and we thrive in laughing at the little weird things that life brings... But errm, there are those times when he becomes a total pain in my nini, and I hate it when people are a pain in the nini... I suddenly find him to be so insufferable and suddenly, my mind gets into cataloging every little thing that he does to drive me crazy. (Which I will not list here, like how he wakes up in the morning and while everyone else is asleep, he sings along to his country music or Rumba...again and again until that is all that is playing in my mind long after he has left for work) Anyway, I sit down to watch TV, and I suddenly wish ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Theodore K. Rabb Defining Characteristics of the Renaissance The Renaissance is one of the most defining periods in European history. The most memorable aspects of the Renaissance were Shakespeare, Michelangelo, the opera, and many more. In Theodore K. Rabb s book The Last Days of the Renaissance the March to Modernity, Rabb defines the Renaissance as a flowing liquid period of time. Contrary to Rabb s opinion, other historians think the Renaissance to be a set era between specific events and dates. In Rabb s book, he points out several major characteristics that define the Renaissance. Some of these characteristics include Humanist ideas and Reformation, new esthetic, warfare tactics, governmental changes, and many more. Each of those ideas played a huge part in defining the time period. The main reason the Renaissance was unique was due to the fact that the ideas of the past were modernized and made into something better. The ideas from the Renaissance were what helped to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Rabb refers to esthetic frequently in his book. He says, The marked difference that overtook the appearance of buildings, sculptures, and paintings between 1300 1500 is, for most people, the essence of the Renaissance (Rabb 34). The people discarded the ideas of the gothic style to approach visual art and architecture with a different type of style. The same could also be said about everyday life in the Renaissance. Possessions that high society had become more commonplace within the lower and middle classes. Schools became more widespread which allowed more Europeans to get an education, as well as a school that was opened for girls. Rabb also says, Again, it was the deliberate rejection of the immediate past, and a return to antiquity, that spurred the change (Rabb 34). The Renaissance is most famous for its art and architecture in present day history. Esthetic played a huge role in defining the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Foucault Discipline And Punishment When reading this piece, I noticed that book is all about how important and integrated prison is a main part of our society around the world. It shows how it is impossible to get rid of them, mostly because of the fact that there is no alternative to prisons really out there, and just like the title suggests prisons are the main form of Discipline and Punishment . Foucault s main argument is that modern society, mostly referencing France, are based on the idea of individual liberty. As prison deprives people of their liberty choices and leaving them in confinement leads to it being the most ethical punishment. Most importantly, the systems of discipline, and observation that go around inside a prison extend outside its walls. Although Foucault ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I feel that There are two images, then, of discipline. At one extreme, the discipline blockade, the enclosed institution, established on the edges of society, turned in wards towards negative functions: arresting evil, breaking communications, suspending time. At the other extreme, with panopticons, is the discipline mechanism: a functional mechanism that must improve the exercise of power by making it lighter, more rapid, more effective, a design of subtle coercion for a society to come. The movement from one project to the other, from a schema of exceptional discipline to one of a generalized surveillance, rests on a historical transformation: the gradual extension of the mechanisms of discipline throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, their spread throughout the whole social body, the formation of what might be called in general the disciplinary society. (209) Which indeed is a very large mouth full. Although this is a lot for one quote I think it was essential to quote in the explanation of this paper. The reason being is that it shows two extremes on the spectrum of punishment and discipline. One being solitary confinement or discipline blockade or the other being Panopticons formulated by Mr.Foucault. Panopticons being a form of reforming prisoners for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Homosexuality In The Samurai Period Homosexuality in Japanese history is a widely accepted and commonly practiced orientation amongst the samurai and the students. Children would be sent off by their parents to train and study under Buddhist monks and samurai, which in turn would lead to a completely consensual relationship. These young boys would partake in acts of sodomy and cross dressing in order to appease and save their partner. Past Buddhism preaches that if a man enters his sex organ in a woman, it will create a cycle of attachment as kids will continue this iniquitous cycle. Therefore, Buddhist monks would enter relationships with young temple dwellers in order to save themselves, but also give the child an opportunity to save others by giving them the ability to be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The looks of the chigo in a temple had to be more feminine: the blackening of the teeth, face powder, robes that are more vibrant, and maintain a longer ponytail. This was required of the chigo as it was their duty to appease the heterosexual nature of the temple monks by giving them visual and physical aid. These boys were made into catamites by the temple monks, but not forcibly. It raises the question of why was having sex with a young boy not breaking the Vinaya? A youth was supposed to undergo a weeks long, elaborate initiation ritual called the chigo kanjō, through which he was reborn as a bodhisattva. (Sachi Schmidt Hori 165) A bodhisattva is an individual who has the ability to reach nirvana but hampers doing so out of compassion in saving other suffering beings. It was believed at the time that children who become bodhisattva have the ability to save monks from the suffering of hell by of course, having intercourse with them. There are two main points to the process of chigo kangō. The first point is that an elite priest cannot have more than one chigo. The second point is that one must not have sex with youth that are not their attendants. This comes from Sōshō, a middle ranking monk who had over ninety five sexual partners, pertaining to youth, implying that he partook in sex with children outside of his personal attendants. This act directly goes against the Uki, an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Rainbow Fish Marcus Pfister Analysis The rainbow fish is the most beautiful fish in the ocean. Because of his beauty he is rude and cocky to other fish. He was so focused on being the most beautiful he grows conceded. He is mean to fish. He acts like he is better that everyone. In the Rainbow Fish, Marcus Pfister, shows personal growth using the main character. The rainbowfish is very conceded and selfish. He doesn t like to share. He thinks he is better that everyone else. He said to the little fish who do you think you are! (paragraph 4) When he asked for a scale. His tone was rude and showed that he did not care for the little fish s feelings. He told the little fish to get away from him (paragraph 4). What he said showed the little fish and all the fish was that he thought he was better than ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He has a terrible personality, but we all can change. The rainbow fish is confused. He does not understand why nobody likes him. And he thinks the only thing to life is beauty. When he said no to the little fish he told everyone and now they do not want to be friends with a mean fish. The rainbow fish does not understand this. He doesn t think he can be happy without his scales. He asked the starfish I m so beautiful. Why doesn t anybody like me? (paragraph 6) . He did not understand why so he was asking the starfish why everyone disliked him. Also after the wise octopus told him what to do the rainbowfish said quietly to himself Give away my scales? My beautiful shining scales? Never. How could I ever be happy without them? (paragraph 8). He is also confused here because he does not think he can be happy without his beauty. The rainbow fish is weary of the octopus s instructions but he wants to be happy. The rainbowfish figures out that happiness is not about beauty. Its about being with people, or fish who make your life great. The rainbow fish gave one of his scales to the little fish, he felt something he hadn t felt before. The author told us that When the water around him ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Essay about European Colonialism and Imperialism How were the Europeans able to conquer and control large areas of the globe? What gave them a great advantage over other groups? The proximate cause of this advantage was their possession of guns, germs, and steel. But how is it that they possessed these things and others did not? Ultimate causes of the Europeans possession of these guns, germs, and steel could be Divine Providence. People at the time thought that God favored the Europeans over other groups. Another ultimate cause could have been Scientific Racism. Other people believed that the Europeans were genetically superior to the other regions of the world. Now, because of Jared Diamond s thesis, we can conclude that the ultimate cause of European colonialism and imperialism ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Africa had 51 candidates but none of them could be domesticated. In the Americas, there were 24 candidates but only 1 was domesticated. In Australia, there was only 1 candidate and they could not domesticate it. Even though there were many of candidates for domestication in areas other than Eurasia, most of those animals just simply couldn t be domesticated. It was not because of the cultures in these places, it was because the animals had to fit under certain requirements. They had to be the right size, have an easy diet, have a stable growth rate, and have a pleasant disposition. For example, an elephant could not be domesticated because it takes a long time for the elephant to reach its full size. Also, a zebra could not be domesticated because it would violently bite and, zebras in general, were too hard to domesticate. Again, we have a clear example of geographic luck. Disease gave Europe a large advantage when conquering wide expanses of land around the globe. South Africans and Australian Aborigines had no domesticated animals. They didn t form any immunity to European diseases because they did not live in close proximity with any non domesticated animals. However, Europeans had lived with domesticated farm animals for thousands of years. The diseases of the Europeans came from farm animals but immunities formed over time. The Native Americans, South Africans, and Australian Aborigines did not have any immunity to disease like the Europeans did. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Film Industry Analysis Paper The movie making industry remains a vital part of popular culture and still has a large amount of investors and buyers. Buyers, tend to be large cinemas or retail chains to small independent cinemas or shops. The suppliers to the movie industry are the ones that help deliver the crew and equipment, as well as the actors, directors and writers. Buyer power: In the United States, like some other countries, companies can legally operate in both the production and distribution areas. An example of this is Walt Disney Company, they produce motion pictures (including Marvel, Pixar and Lucas film brands) distributes DVDs to retailers and also sell through Disney stores, as well as being a part owner of the online streaming service, Hulu (www.marketline.com). Buyers in this market range in size, but the large buyers have higher negotiation power. Producers of big budget films such as the loss making The Lone Ranger (2013), which had a production budget of around $225m and a $150m marketing budget, are clearly reliant on strong box office sales to break ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some of these companies are Apple, Netflix, Amazon and so many others like these. Some of the companies that create films like Disney have simply created an online service called Hulu, which I mentioned earlier. One of the most concerning threats are illegal downloading, better known as piracy. This affects greatly the companies in the movie industry because not only people can see the movies the company are producing it but for free and not giving any income to the company. For this reason it had become crime to which there are big consequences if you were to get caught (International journal of arts management). Since these laws have been enforced it has had little effect on the companies revenue, like the example of Paranormal Activities. Therefore, threat of substitutes is evaluated as moderate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Review of War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning Essay Review of War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, written by the talented author Chris Hedges, gives us provoking thoughts that are somewhat painful to read but at the same time are quite personal confessions. Chris Hedges, a talented journalist to say the least, brings nearly 15 years of being a foreign correspondent to this book and subjectively concludes how all of his world experiences tie together. Throughout his book, he unifies themes present in all wars he experienced first hand. The most important themes I was able to draw from this book were, war skews reality, dominates culture, seduces society with its heroic attributes, distorts memory, and supports a cause, and allures us by a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So he brings up a great point when talking about sensory war and mythic war. Manipulating sensory war to mythic war creates a skewed reality. The second chapter of the book, The Plague of Nationalism, fits into the myth of war by telling the people of any country that it is o.k. to hate and it is o.k. to kill even though the cause might not be just. He states that: Lurking beneath the surface of every society, including ours, is the passionate yearning for a nationalist cause that exalts us, the kind that war alone is able to deliver. We abandon individual responsibility for a shared, unquestioned communal enterprise, however morally dubious (45). There is a myth within nationalism that it is right. However morally wrong the reasons of war are, the myth of nationalism brain washes us into thinking that we are right. We are doing this for the right reasons and therefore to support our military however morally dubious the cause is. Chris Hedges writes about a general who, during a dispute with Chile, flew his helicopter over the Chilean border in order to piss on Chilean Soil (42). Coming from the view of a person who wasn t involved on either aspect of the war, this sounds a bit over the edge. Chris Hedges talks about how nationalism and racism are almost directly related in war time. People do things they wouldn t normally do under the circumstances. War drives us to do things we wouldn t normally do, thus dominating a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Starbucks At Pike Place Market  In 1971, in Seattle, Washington at Pike Place Market, Starbucks opened their first store.  The original store sold coffee beans and machines, it was owned by Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl and Gordon Bowker.  In 1981, Starbucks hired Howard Schultz as the Director of Retail Operations. He tried to convince the owners to sell coffee verse beans and machines. Unfortunately, he did not convince them and he branched off and opened his own café. Howard opened his chain of coffee shops in 1986 and later bought the name Starbucks from Baldwin.  Today they have over 24,000 stores in 70 countries.  Opposed franchise for quality control and development of cultures.  Starbucks takes great pride and recognition in their diverse organization that aligns with their core values.  Starbucks encompasses all human s attributes such as ethnicity, age, gender, sexual preference, creed, disability, and language.  They build an access alliance with various partners, these programs focus on diversity awareness training and global cultural differences. They inspire workers and the community. They have eight partner networks (Inclusion at Starbucks, n.d.):  Starbucks Access Alliance Partner Network strives in diversity and cultural competence. Each program has a group of leaders that focus on inclusion, equity and accessibility.  Starbucks team leaders provide education and promote connectivity through networking with partners and disability programs. To be successful, the leaders focus on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Religious, Cultural and Psychological Views of Sexual... Sexual act is not an evil by itself. Indeed, sexual act is the powerful driven force for the survival of human race don t you agree. In biological sense, sexual act can lead to the exchange of genetic materials. Although, some might argue, the transfer of genetic information can be done in vitro process, in normal circumstance the natural method (referring to the sexual intercourse between male and female Homo sapiens) is more cost effective. Besides, natural method can, while vitro process cannot, give physical and emotional pleasures to the extent that most sexual practitioners would crave for more. One of life s greatest curses is that what is pleasurable is usually prohibited or at least harmful. Taking sweets in large quantities ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For more specific information, the research of Washton (1989) indicated that more than 60 percent of cocaine addiction patients had a problem of sexual addiction. In gay men, the correlation between sexual addiction and drug abuse was more prevalent (Stall, Paul, Greenwood, Pollack, Crosby, Mills, Binson, Coates, Catania, 2001). Sexual addiction could relate to other addictions because the chemical change in the brain for many kinds of addiction, somehow, are similar (The Sexual Recovery Institute, 2013). Therefore, many professions related the problem of sexual addiction with the relapse of drug abuses (Schneider, 1991; Schneider Iron, 1997; Washton, 1989) and suggested the inclusion of drug abuse assessment for the sexual addiction patients (Perkinson, 2004; Coleman Kennedy Pendley, 2002). However, some concerns raised. The inclusion of sexual addiction assessment to all drug abuse patients could only serve the commercial purposes (for making money) and professional egocentric (Nelson Oehlert, 2008). The problem of sexual addiction, alone, included both physical and psychological elements. Sexual addiction could lead to many physical complications, for instances, the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Persuasive Essay On Bulls In the beautiful city of Pamplona,located in Navarre, Spain , the world renowned San Fermin Festival is hosted. In the month of July from the sixth to the fourteenth, many come from all around the world to celebrate and enjoy the festivities thrown. This one,nine day long event, brings thousands together to experience this special occasion. The San Fermin Festival was originally celebrated to honor Saint Fermin,patron of Navarre, but for others the fiesta is for a good time and later a good story. The most famous events is the running with the bulls and bullfighting. These events is why the festival has become so internationally known, for a different reason however, some take the event as exciting and blood rushing,while others describe it as extremely dangerous,cruel, and a bull bloodbath. Running with the bulls, many has said to be an exhilarating event. Lasting between two through six minutes depending on whether issues occur during, the run being the distance of about 0.5 miles. To be a participant in this festivity or to even think about it, one must be physically healthy, 18 years or older, and must understand the true reality of the ordeal. If one does a single thing wrong it could be fatal. In just this year s 2017 bull run ten were injured, and since 1942 fifteenth fatalities have been reported from being gored (stab from a bull s horn) by an angry bull. Even with most knowing the dangers people continue to join the fiesta and put on their all white attire with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Essay On A Touch Of Sin The movie A Touch of Sin, film by Jia Zhangke is about four independent crimes that happened in China. In this paper, I will be focusing on two of these stories which are Dahai and Xiaoyu. Dahai, played by actor Jiang Wu, is former mineworker who is diabetic, doesn t have a regular job and whose seeking for justice. Xiaoyu played by actress Zhao Tao, who is the mistress of a business man and who works as a receptionist in a sauna. She is very poised and a good organizer as she helps her lover bypass Chinese control on Taiwanese citizens for travel in the mainland. I believe that both Dahai and Xiaoyu were suppressed by their surroundings and the Chinese culture therefore they ended up killing people. Dahai was seeking justice throughout ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Then he killed the guy that called him Mr. golf after asking him about the chief s location, and this shows that he really does not care anymore and he wants to get rid of anyone who stops in his way or even just anyone that bothers him. Then he went to the chief and killed him by the temple. Then he killed the guy that was beating the horse, because beating the horse is an act of violence and Dahai doesn t desire that. Then he killed Jiao in his car but he was not shown being shot like the others instead Dahai was on screen with a revenge smile on his face. We re introduced to Xiaoyu as a woman trying to get a man divorced from his wife. He offered her to go with him on the train to his city and accept things the way they are, but she refused and said that she owes an explanation to her parents, which we discover later that they are separated. This shows that she does care about culture and that she comes from a conservative family. She went back to the train station and knocked on the window so her boyfriend opens the door for her but the train moves and she doesn t get to go on it, and I believe that the problem begins here, because the train leaving means that she missed her chance or opportunity to be with that man. Then she goes to her work and she gets beaten up for seducing someone s husband but we don t know if she really seduced him or not because ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Comparing the Blues in Hughes The Blues I m Playing and... The Blues: in Hughes The Blues I m Playing and Baldwin s Sonny s Blues In Langston Hughes The Blues I m Playing, the blues are the source of Oceola s life and her choices. Langston is trying to illustrate the conflict between life and art. The art in this story is represented in a confined manner, as a disciplined career with a white woman acting as the overseer in the young lady s life. Art to Oceola, with its profit, convenience and privileges offers an array of benefits, but being embodied in Dora Ellsworth, the art seems to drift away from life s vitality. Life in Oceola sings itself in jazz and blues in Harlem, ignores the artistic East 63rd Street and the rules by which are claims its superiority. There is a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Oceola s final words, sketched according to mood, race, and sex, explain what blues are. She says, Listen!... How sad and gay it is. Blue and happy laughing and crying...How white like you and black like me... Warm as Pete s mouth... These are the blues... I m playing. In James Baldwin s Sonny s Blues he deals with a man trying to find his identity in a very hostile society. The blues in this story is used in a more emotional manner which recollects the past. It also repairs the relationship between the two brothers who have chosen two different ways of coping in their ghetto environment. The blues also serves as a communication devise between the two brothers. Baldwin uses the blues to state a fact; the ugliness and meanness inherent in the human condition. In order to really understand the message of the blues you have to be one that has suffered just like Sonny and the elder brother. The blues that they play also communicates to other sufferers who have had their own trials, so they know what this music is all about. Sonny s suffering are within himself, but deep suffering is common to all his listeners. Even his brother can attune himself to this suffering, which is brought on by the death of his little daughter Grace. When the brother is at the club listening to the blues he recalls his mother, the moonlit road on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Vietnamese Immigration Research Paper The Vietnamese immigrants In the early 19th century, many of the waves of Asian immigrants who came to America found jobs as day laborers. They frequently worked on cross country railways, a transportation system by rail, and in the mining industry. According to the data gathered by the Census Bureau in Total Asian alone ... the estimated number of U.S. residents on July 2013 who were Vietnamese was approximately more than 1.6 million. America is a nation established by immigrants. Therefore, the immigrants culture has made a great contribution to the United States culture. After a few months lived in the United States, I experienced more culture shocks. There were so many cultural differences in America, the ways of thinking, the ways ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Census Bureau in 2013, most Vietnamese residents immigrated to California (40 percent), and Texas (12 percent). They regularly live in the community where predominantly Asian residents reside. These areas include Los Angeles, San Jose, and San Francisco. These three cities have the most Vietnamese immigrants compared to the rest of California. The Asian immigrants often live near markets, schools, and small businesses. I have lived in Garden Grove in Los Angeles, home to the largest Vietnamese immigrants in California, as well as throughout the United States. There are frequently interesting fairs at Phuoc Loc Tho mall on Bolsa Avenue. I can buy any kind of Vietnamese food in there. One interesting Vietnamese holiday is the Mid Autumn Festival. It is organized in the middle of the eighth month in the lunar calendar. While children go around the streets with their lanterns, adults will prepare moon cakes for their kids. There was also a big parade along Bolsa Avenue during the Lunar New Year and Mid Autumn Festival. Lively atmosphere likes spring flowers are assembled to decorate Nguyen Hue Flower Street to emulate the festivals in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Narrative Essay About Duck Camp Initially, when I first visited Tarleton State University, all I saw was men wearing cowboy hats, jeans, and boots, but as I walked around campus more with my dad, I started to see more diversity within the students on campus. As my dad and I walked around campus looking like we don t belong, a girl pointed us in the right direction to find Heritage. We spoke to a residential leader who kindly showed us around the dorm and told us how amazing the campus is. From that second forward, I had started to fall in love with Tarleton. Orientation soon approached and introduced me to Duck Camp. When I originally heard what Duck camp was about, teaching the heritage and traditions of Tarleton, I was exhilarated to leave that second to learn, socialize, and start my transition from high school to college. Before Duck Camp arrived, one of my TTMs, Wacey Horton, sent me a text saying he will be my daddy duck for Duck Camp one. To be completely honest, I was a little weirded out when I saw him say daddy duck but it made me laugh and all the more excited for Duck Camp. Wacey made my Duck Camp experience something I will never forget for the rest of my life; he made it fun, introduced all of us to new people, established friendships between all of us, and has brought me entirely out of my shell I had enclosed myself in during high school. Wacey taught me how to have more confidence, to have real school spirit, and how to yell my lungs out like me life depended on it. Thanks to an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Analysis Of Spotlight The movie Spotlight is a film based on actual events that tell how a special investigative group uncover a scandal involving the Catholic Church. The story is set in Boston, Massachusetts in 2001. The story began with a new editor, Marty Baron, joining the team of the Boston Globe. The story unfolds in a gripping tale of how this group of reporters are able to overcome many obstacles and tell a story that most likely saved many children from being abused. Marty Baron is the editor that joins the team and it is clear from the beginning that he is thought to be boring and an outsider to the city of Boston. They make a references to him being Jewish to infer that he does not understand their religion or the extent of the importance of Catholicism within their community. Marty shows us over the course of the movie that he is looking at the bigger picture using the Larger Truth approach. When he and the Spotlight team discuss the widespread issue of the priests and how the church was paying off the victim s family, he tells the team that they need to focus first on the institution not priests . This is also somewhat of a populist approach. He was much more concerned about how the church was not dealing with the issue and how it was affecting the entire city. Marty wanted to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sacha had many of the different styles that she utilized while working on this story. She was investigative, pouring over all the old clips to get facts and building up the story before she went and started interviewing people. She had the attached approach really interested in the feelings of her sources. She was using the Village approach when she was very interested in the words that were used to describe the abuse because she is also a storyteller. She wanted to make sure the story was told right. She wrote the second part to the story in the Boston Globe and it very much reads like a novel, revealing again the attached ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Family Is Family Essay Family is what you make it. When someone asks you, who is in your family how do you answer? Do you tell them your mother? Your father? Sisters and Brothers? Do you tell them you don t have any? Do you say I have family but they are not blood? Do you simply tell them you are alone in the world? Who and what do you consider family? Family is not a mother that leaves her child with its grandparents to sell herself to men for drugs. A mother that gives up custody of her children, and dumps them on other family members to one day not return. A mother that makes her six year old daughter stand on the street corner, and beg for money. A mother that tries to kill her child by beating her head into a bed frame, until her head looks like hamburger meat. A mother that starves her child so that she can have her next fix. A mother that cut all ties with her children, until she needs something. Family is not a father that rather forget about his daughter. A father that is forced to spend time with his child. A father that spends all his time with his children from his second wife. A father that works less than ten miles from his child, but can t even stop by to say hi. A father that drinks too much. A father that goes twenty years without speaking to his child. Family is not brothers and sisters that bully you. Siblings that tell you that you are ugly, and kick you while you are down. Siblings that make fun of the cloths you wear. Siblings that lie to the court, and take your child ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Maxis Advantages And Disadvantages Maxis have launched an application which named MyMaxis App exclusively for its postpaid customers in order to let their customers to view account information and manage it easily with simple self serve features. This app is available in the Google Play Store app for Android users and the App Store for IOS users. MyMaxis App carries a lot of functions which allows Maxis customers to view their account information, buy data passes, download and pay bills and check data usage directly from their smartphones simply through this app. Maxis head of consumer business Dushyan Vaithiyanathan said that by using MyMaxis App, customers were able to save over 34 hours of their time in a year. Their ambition is to empower their customers to interact with them easily by accessing their services through the devices. They want to make this app become the single ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Maxis will donate RM 1 for every single download of the sticker. So, the public could download free Deepavali stickers from LINE in order to support charity. This total of money of RM 100, 000 was contributed to 10 children s homes around the country. The main purpose of organization is making profit. However, society expects them to achieve much more than that. Therefore, it is important to have corporate social responsibility services as the business strategy. Through the corporate social responsibility services, Maxis can improve their societal image and create a sustainable environment of the business. Maxis are trying to improve the technology of the local area. It is important for the long run business activities of Maxis in the foreseeable future. This can be a kind of advertising of Maxis and make it well known to public. Maxis can gain more sales and support in the future from public especially people who concern about society ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Jane Eyre Social Expectations In Charlotte Bronte s novel, Jane Eyre, she writes about the life of a woman named Jane, who falls in love with a man named Rochester. Throughout the novel Bronte describes and uses the challenges Jane faces in order to reveal that you can be true to your morals and still be happy with yourself. According to society s expectations the more wealth you have, the more superior you see yourself in comparison to others. Throughout the novel Jane has conflicting beliefs about what she should do when it came to certain situations. She wants to prove self morality while staying true to her christian morality as well. Brocklehurst is the manager of Lowood, which is the school Jane attends as a child. As one of the male characters who represents ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She expresses herself and it is looked at as mad because of the expectations women. In addition, her behavior was not ideal according to society s expectations. Bronte uses Bertha to symbolize freedom for Jane letting go of herself expectations and just being. Bertha s character reveals that women cannot be true to themselves without being seen as mad. When Rochester reveals to Jane why he married Bertha, the first thing he says to Jane is that Bertha Mason is mad; and she came of a mad family idiots and maniacs , implying that if this part of Jane was ever released she would not be accepted by Rochester. He also goes on to tell Jane that she drags him through all the hideous and degrading agonies while reassuring her that he was tricked into staying in the marriage. Throughout the constant back and forth between Jane and Rochester Bertha who represents Jane s passion seems to always get in the way until the end when Jane realizes that she can be true to herself morals and still be accepted by Rochester. When Jane is just about to return to Rochester Bertha flings herself onto the pavement. In this moment her hair is described as streaming against the flames as she stood. , implying that all of her passions are being set free. Bronte uses this particular moment to show the reader the importance of staying true to one s self freedom. St.John represents allowing your christian moral ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Similarities Between Silk Road And Indian Ocean Trade Throughout early history, civilizations often sought to receive resources from afar to sustain their societies and keep themselves thriving, and to this end trade relations and eventually trade routes began to emerge. This aided civilizations in their discovery of foreign items that they may use to better their societies. These items traded ranged from complex technology to something as simple as nutmeg. The main trade routes that were utilized in East and South Asia were the silk road and the Indian Ocean Trade Network. In the 7th 12th centuries, both the silk road and Indian ocean trade route had affected east and south Asia by the introduction of religions such as Buddhism changing government forms and altering the belief systems of society and changing how individuals live their daily lives, however differences were present in the impact that these routes had on daily lives, such as the Indian Ocean Trade Route giving rise to an entire new culture in Africa known as the Swahili and leading to the innovation of the sailing boat known as the Dhow, and the silk road led to the transmission of religion and resources throughout Eurasia and it led to utilization of caravans and animals as a means of trade. The Indian Ocean Trade Network, as well as the silk road had aided in cultural diffusion, and the transmission of ideas, however these routes were different in the way in which they were traversed and what ideas were specifically transmitted. The Indian Ocean Trade route ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Effect Of Solar And On Earth Most solar storms produce a variety of effects on our planet. The intensity of a solar storm increase gradually, the storm can begin to develop the capacity to create a major disaster on Earth. The variety of intensity of solar storm is like the difference between being hit with a tropical rainstorm and being devastated by a Category 5 hurricane. Oak Ridge National Laboratories estimated that only a solar storm just slightly stronger than the 13 March 1989 storm would have the capacity to produce a cascading blackout involving the entire Northeastern sector of the United States and other effect on the terrestrial biological systems. So the question is what are the components of Solar Flares? How does it cause damages? What are they? Are there any measures to mitigate the risks? This paper dissects and analyzes the various threats created by Great solar storms and provide some Theorell experiences and research details that entail the phenomena and its effects. Solar Flares: Definition and Impacts Introduction Solar storms consist of three major components: solar flares, solar proton events (SPEs) and coronal mass ejections (CMEs). CMEs can interact with Earth s magnetic field to produce a geomagnetic storm. Not all solar storms produce all three elements but the largest solar storms tend to. (James. A Maruesk 2007) Recent scientific information indicates that an extreme solar storm cycle activity producing Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GIC) is predicted to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Heroin And Its Effects On The Brain Heroin, a chemical imposter, is an illegal, extremely addictive drug derived from opium. Heroin can reach the brain by methods of injection, nasal inhalation, or smoked. In our brain there are many receptor sites, each site specific for different neurotransmitters. In this paper I will refer to the opiate receptor. Naturally, our brain is responsible for making endorphins, a natural opiate of the body. These endorphins are the feel good chemical sensations in the brain, when we are exposed to pain or stress. Heroin mimics the opium chemical, creating the effect of pleasure and euphoric feelings. I will look into how heroin affects the cerebral cortex and how different genders perceive and treat the effects of heroin. The opiates in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The opioid is synthesized from morphine, and when entering the brain, heroin is converted back to morphine. Upon entering, the once opioid, now morphine, binds to opioid receptors, specifically in the brainstem. The brainstem is vital for controlling automatic processes vital for life, like blood pressure, arousal, and respiration. These processes are how we continue to live; heroin use and overdose can then lead to death by suppression of these vital life processes, such as suppression of breathing (National Institute on Drug Abuse, 2014). While heroin undoubtedly affects our processes of living, it also interrupts our sensations and perceptions. Users describe the feeling of heroin as a euphoric or rush feeling. This rush reportedly last one to two minutes, where the actual high lasts hours. Other sensations associated with heroin are reduction of anxiety and depression, safe and warm feelings, and pain relief (Hartney, 2014). While heroin affects sensations, it also changes motor functions, such as reaction times. In a study I examined, experimenters tested reaction times in heroin abusers of different genders. In the experiment, researchers formulated two groups, one control and the other heroin dependent currently in a withdrawal period; researchers choose participants specifically on certain guidelines. For the experiment, participants were asked to focus on a visual stimulus on a computer screen. There were asked to press a button when they saw the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Essay Genetic Engineering and Developing Countries The genetic engineering of foods has been the subject of much controversy since its first appearance in the mid 1980 s. As scientists began to learn more about genetically engineered foods and the benefits of such foods, their potential also began to be realized. Developing countries, because of poor nutrition, would benefit the most from modified foods. Millions of people in developing countries die each year form lack of nutrition and hundreds of thousands go blind. Overpopulation is another problem facing developing countries and without food and nutrients survival will be tough. Alternately, there exist genetically modified foods, which can supply these poor nations with the proper nutrients and agricultural knowledge to prevent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many environmentalists have expressed much concern about whether or not altered foods will cause human allergies and food and allergy specialists have not let the concerns of environmentalists go unnoticed (Hoban D3). One such environmentalist, Ronnie Cummins of Motion Magazine, has stated that, people with food allergies (which currently afflicts 8% of all American children), whose symptoms can range from mild unpleasantness to sudden death, may likely be harmed by exposure to foreign proteins spliced into common food products ( Hazards of ). But, Cummins and other environmentalists need not worry because food and allergy specialists, who also expressed concerns about allergies, have pointed out, it s virtually impossible for anyone to have an existing allergy to a protein that would be completely new to the human diet (Hoban D3). Other scientists have also come to same conclusion which led Stewart et. al. of BioTechniques magazine to state that, gene products that are not allergenic normally will not suddenly become allergenic when expressed in a transgenic plant (841). Genetically engineered foods are as safe if not safer than the current products on the market. The problems that exist, as mentioned earlier, are mainly in developing countries where there is a lack of nutrition and overpopulation. The inhabitants of less ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Functions Of Carbohydrates Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are biological molecules consisting of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. Like proteins and fats, they are macronutrients that are part of our daily diet. Functions of Carbohydrates in the body Carbohydrates provide energy for the body, enabling metabolism, thus preventing the breakdown of protein as an energy source. Carbohydrates are the preferred source of fuel for the brain, muscle and other organs. Foods and Drinks that Have Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are found in varying amounts in many foods, including vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes, beans, milk, milk products, and foods with added sugar (candy and soda). Carbohydrates found in foods includes sugar, starch, and fiber. Carbohydrates in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They are also classified depending on the type of molecules hydrolyzed. These include homopolysaccharides (with several monosaccharides of one type) or heteropolysaccharides (with different types of monosaccharides). (C6H10O5)x is their chemical formula. Polysaccharide examples include starch, cellulose, pectin, glycogen, inulin, and hyaluonic acid. Physiological Classification of Carbohydrates The physiologic classification includes: 1. Simple Carbohydrates These include sugars like monosaccharides, disaccharides and oligosaccharides like trisaccharides and tetrasaccharides. Simple carbohydrates are easily digested basic sugars that offer little health value for the body when taken in large amounts. Foods that are high in simple sugars and low in fiber increase your blood sugar levels. Although fruits and vegetables contain simple carbohydrates, they are healthier than processed foods like cookies and cakes because they contain fiber. This changes the way that your body processes the sugars because fiber slows down their absorption. It is therefore important to limit your intake of simple sugars from processed foods like: Candy Soda Artificially sweetened syrups Table sugar White rice, bread, or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Why I Want To Ride A Swimming Pool Essay I wanted to go to a swimming pool. I asked my parents Can we go swimming? They said maybe. Then later they said Get you swimming suit on were going swimming. Me and my brother said Ok yay. We were on our way there and I said I really want to ride this really cool slide I ve never been on it and I heard it s very fun. My parents said You will get to since we re going there. I said YAY! Then, as we arrived there I said oh there is the slide I wanted to ride. My parents said Wow that looks fun I said Yup Then we got our sunscreen on so that we don t get burned and first, I start off by swimming since I want to get used to the temperature of the water. Then after I got used to the water, I decided that I shall take a break. I decided to sit in the sun. Then about 15 20 minutes later I decided to eat a little snack. I ate some apples with caramel dip and I was off to swim. So, I continued to swim and I was super anxious to ride the slide; but I thought to myself why not save the best for last. I decided to wait until the end to ride the slide. I rode the slides that didn t seem as cool. I rode all of those but one. The reason I didn t ride the other slide was because the line was too long.I decided to take a break and just lay and soak up the sun. As I soaked up the sun I saw that they had an indoor pool. I decided to go and check it out. Then I saw a diving board and a big lap pool and just a swimming pool and there were 3 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Toxic Leadership And Its Effects On A New Second Lieutenant It is the purpose of this paper to discuss toxic leadership and the effects it can have on a new second lieutenant. The Army needs to be concerned with toxic leadership, because of the seriousness of consequences that are caused by leadership failure, which in the worst case scenarios can lead to death or mutiny. The proposed solutions to toxic leadership in this paper will provide future officers and newly commissioned second lieutenants possible ways to combat toxic leadership and ways to prevent it. Firstly, this paper will address what is a toxic leader, and how to identify one. Secondly, this paper will explain how a toxic leader affects your platoon. Next, this paper will explain why toxic leadership is tolerated with the Army. Lastly, this paper will provide solutions on how to deal with toxic leadership, and what measures can be implemented to mitigate the risks of it happening. According to Steele (2011) toxic leaders can be described as, focused on visible short term mission accomplishment. They provide superiors with impressive, articulate presentations and enthusiastic responses to missions. But, they are unconcerned about, or oblivious to, staff or troop morale, and or climate. They are seen by the majority of subordinates as arrogant, self serving, inflexible, and petty . This description goes along with a long list of characteristic the Army has defined a toxic leader to display such as incompetence, malfunctioning, and maladjusted to name a few. Even ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Pp For Knee Oa 2013 At the GNYRC ACSM 2017 conference, there were two presenters that stood out to me the most. Dennis Cardone, a sports medicine physician, an orthopedic surgeon who discussed current research in regenerative medicine and osteoarthritis. Drew Marcos, Physical therapist, who discussed a practical way to analyze the pitching mechanics and the key moments in the movement of this overhead motion. In Cardone presentation, His main focus was on Platelet rich plasma (PRP), (plasmas that come from the patient s body, and is centrifuged to increase the concentration of platelets combined with remaining blood). He also discussed the potential advantages as well as potential drawbacks and uncertainties regarding the use of PRP injections to treat ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, there are still things scientists do not completely understand and still may have many questions regarding platelet rich plasma treatment. In Drew Marcos presentation, were first introduced to one athlete, in particular, Tommy John, an American professional baseball (left handed) pitcher, who permanently damaged his ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching arm, leading to a revolutionary surgical operation. known as Tommy John surgery. It replaced the ligament in the elbow of his pitching arm with a tendon from his right forearm. The surgery was performed by Dr. Frank Jobe in 1974. After the surgery, the odds were against John, since there was a 1 in 100 success rate for that operation. But, he took a season off to recover and worked with a kinesiologist, who taught him a completely different way to pitching, eliminating the chance of him hurting his knee and arm. Before his surgery he won 124 games after his surgery 164 games won, John continued to play for 14 more years, retiring in 1989. Marcos, went on to discuss scapular strength and positional impairments such as scapular dyskinesia, insufficient posterior tilt, excessive abduction and prominent inferior medial border, which are all factors that play a part in the inverted W pitching position; that Marcos believes, is one of the driving forces behind the some pitcher s injuries and the Tommy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. `` Wrong Headed Victory `` By Michael Le Page On his journey through his local Wal Mart, Bob stops to examine two ears of corn. The size, price, and nutrition facts are the same. The only difference between them is on their labelling: Natural and Genetically Modified. Bob, like many other people, instinctively chooses the natural option without much thought. Michael Le Page admits in his article Wrong Headed Victory, that he would unconsciously make the same choice as Bob. He does not think it should be that way though. Through his article, he effectively describes how to overcome the opposition of genetically modified food, and not through the removal of labels. Le Page s article starts by describing an ideal world, where in which people could always choose if they wanted to consume genetically modified food products or not. He then argues that this is not a perfect and ideal world, where billions of people are starving because there is not enough food. Le Page also pronounces that this number will continue to grow as the earth s population continues to increase and farming becomes more expensive. He then claims that farming is contributing to global warming and the world needs a more efficient method of producing food. Le Page enlightens the reader that the technology needed to accomplish that task already exists through genetically modified food, but there are multiple reasons why it has not been fully utilized yet. One of the problems is that the poorer countries do not have the money to afford these better ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Gun Control And Income Inequality What is considered gun control and income inequality? How long have these topics been problems in America and why have they not been taken care of? Everyone has seen the stories on the news and on the internet of the mass shootings and the income inequality between men and women. I was always into the gun control conversation because my entire family was. Recently gun control has been back on the news due to two mass shootings. One took place in Las Vegas at a concert and another took place in Texas at a church. People say that if we had more regulations and made background checks harder those mass shootings may not have happened. However, I was not into the income inequality because I was too young to really understand what it was when it became a hot topic in the news. Income inequality has not been on the news recently but is still an issue to many people. I have researched both topics on many different websites. The articles I found and used are from professors and people who research these topics. Gun control can be a good and a terrible thing. Some people say there is no such thing as gun control and some say gun control already exists. What exactly is gun control? Well, everyone has their own view on what gun control is and what it should contain. Some say gun control is taking away guns, people taking and passing tests, and making more laws and regulations. Others say gun control should not exist and that it is not needed anywhere in the United States. There is no ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Sectional Leader Reflection In my senior year, I was elected to be the sectional leader for a debate club in my school. Being a sectional leader, I shouldered huge responsibilities such as planning the course, keeping track of the students progress and analyzing their arguments for feedback. Furthermore, to maintain record attendance, I generated creative topics to garner excitement and alacrity in participation. As to the debate class itself, the members ranged from tenth grade to twelfth grade. Even though the grade difference was supposed to bring more diversity and ideas to the discussion, it actually caused a problem. With comprehensive debating experience under her belt, a tenth grade member displayed superiority complex toward others as she often criticizes her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Skeptics Of Western Astrology Eighty four million Americans believe in astrology; Not only does it psychologically have a strong appeal by giving us mere mortals a sense of estranged, esoteric knowledge, it captivates us by providing answers to our confusing, questionable lives, as well as the fact that it s highly profitable. Accessories representing the different signs of the zodiac never go out of style, much of today s society can t help but check their weekly horoscope in the tabloids; it may barely qualify as a science, but it is more than eligible to be considered a business. In a world that s constantly and rapidly undergoing evolutionary changes, whether they be technological, social, or economic the human race continually abandons rituals and traditions as time ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This belief may be partly based off of religion, or just general, scientific skepticism. Astrology, by definition. is the study of celestial objects and how they influence individual lives on Earth. It all started about 6,000 years ago, with the Mesopotamian Chaldeans, who sought a way to track the seasons in order to sort out their sowing, reaping, and hoarding schedules throughout the year. Using 12 constellations, they were able to derive a 354 day calendar based off of the Moon s position in relation to each constellation. Each time a new constellation was encountered by the Moon, the following month began. Thousands of years later, the Greeks named these constellations the circle of animals, or zodiakos kyklos, presently known as the the zodiac. Although the Lunar calendar was primarily effective, the fact that it was 11 days short threw the calendar up to 6 months out of sync within 20 years. The Chaldeans then turned to the planets to form a 365 day, in sync calendar (Bakich). When the European Renaissance came about, astrology was commonly viewed as a common form of divination; people indulged in the constellations and found new ways to interpret them. European astrologers were widely considered scholars that explored the mysteries of the universe through science and research, and their influences spread to not only the European continent, but the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and eventually even the Americas. However, in the 16th and 17th centuries, during a time known as the Enlightenment, the Christian religion waged war on astrology, with Pope Sixtus V officially condemning it, though it continued to be practiced. The Italian astrologer Jerome Cardan was convicted and held under house arrest by the Catholic Inquisition under suspicion of violating Sixtus papal bull. In England, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Poem Analysis Walt Whitman´s poem Crossing Brooklyn Ferry uses the theme of time to communicate a sense of Trancendentalist unity. Whitman s Transcendentalist speaker enters the appearances and usual costumes of the universe of wonders keeping in mind the end goal to find the truth that ties each and all together in one The speaker, as The title already indicates taking a ferry in New York,does not waste any time before presenting the idea that all humans are united in their common experience. The narrator imagines those who will cross the river in the future,this could also indicate a metaphor for the overall journey of a human life. He is very optimistic and at ease :He and also everyone else is to him a part of the simple, compact, well join d ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... What the push of reading could not start is started by me personally, is it not? In the last section of the poem ,once again all the images of the ferry ride are one by one reprised and united together like „The glories strung like beads on my smallest sights and hearings It serves to help the reader to remember all that preceded. While before he demonstrated things independently, blended with his own contemplations, here he consolidates them into one major celebration. This segment, and the whole poem, comes full circle in a last stanza where Whitman utilizes the pronoun we again, as though the reader and the speaker have at last been joined together. We are now able to see the world with new perspective or „free sense When something has been encountered, that experience stays with the individual:„We use you, and do not cast you aside we plant you/ permanently within us/We fathom you not we love you there is perfection in you also Despite the fact that we don t completely comprehend or fanthom these things, we adore them in any case and now they are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Nursing Practice Implications Practice Implications As a student, it can often be challenging to apply research findings into practice, even more so at earlier levels of nursing programs. When involved in surgical care around appendicitis, among the many actions which can be done, the arguably most important intervention which can be applied is continual perioperative care (Lewis, 2014). Frequent patient assessment can prevent a variety of complications in appendectomy patients. After this gastrointestinal surgery with abdominal incisions, patients may have an increased risk of contracting paralytic ileus, or peristalsis cessation (Lewis, 2014). This can result in various other concerns arising, meaning that prevention and early intervention can greatly improve patient ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Salminen et al. (2015) found that there was a sufficiently high success rate to warrant antibiotic treatment for appendicitis as an option presented to the patient. Nurses should advocate for their patients by raising awareness that antibiotic therapy has been shown to be a viable treatment for appendicitis. Thus, should surgery be contraindicated for any reason, alternative therapy is available to treat the condition. This includes lobbying institutions and agencies to culture the appendix, if possible. This way, as the patient is on general antibiotics for appendicitis, more specific medication can be available in order to administer more efficient and safe care to patients with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Impactful Use Of Figurative Language In Malala s Nobel... Twenty six whopping minutes. That s how long Malala Yousafzai s Nobel Prize speech was, and it was jampacked full of rhetorical devices such as figurative language, repetition, and parallel structure. You could go and watch it, but you ll get the same content from reading this paper, and it ll take half of the time. There are many instances of figurative language that can be found within Malala s speech, but I m just going to highlight the ones that stuck out to me. One of the most impactful uses of figurative language that I came across was a metaphor. In order to convey determination to learn, she referenced her thirst for education. I thought that this was very impactful because it compares education to one of the basic necessities of life, water. Another great use of figurative language within her speech was the use of symbolism. Throughout her speech, Malala uses herself as a symbol for various issues that she cares about, but it s very evident when she claims to be other girls that have had to fight for their rights. Malala uses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Three times she says so it becomes the last time when referring to education deprivation. She does this to ingrain the thought into our brains that if we take a stand, children will no longer have to worry about education deprivation. As a result, the thought that more and more helpless children will lose their rights to education if we don t decide to help them will be ingrained in our minds as well. While talking about the same subject, Malala states that it is not the time to pity them twice to emphasize the point that nothing will happen if we don t take actions to help the children. Towards the end of her speech, she reveals that her goal is to see every child in school. Twice more, she repeats the phrase, the last time, to show us that if we put all of our effort into achieving her goal, we will never have to fight for education ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Should We Let Astrology Affect Our Thinking Or Perception... Should we let astrology affect our thinking or perception towards life? In today s society, astrology has been an extremely fascinating belief and study among certain social groups. Many people are used to refer to the daily horoscope in newspapers and popular magazines. However, a large group of scientists and philosophers such as Thagard (1978) consider that astrology is a pseudoscience, but there is a small amount of scientific evidence on whether if it is truly a pseudoscience or not. Some of them discuss that the psychological belief in astrology of oneself is the consequence of his or her desperation in finding solutions to their personal problems such as marriage and career which can somehow affect their life because of its psychological effects (Bennett, 1998). Besides, astrology is considered as an ancestor of modern science which is supported by two aspects of discussions (Thomas, 1971). Furthermore, most scientists hold the opinion that astrology can not be trust because it is lack of scientific support. Nevertheless, according to Fitts Fitzgerald (1977), the fate of one person is determined at some level which is inevitable and inescapable. Moreover, Konstantinides (2004) contradict the idea that constellations are supposed to determine the characteristics of oneself in that everyone is different somehow even for twins. At last but not least, some experts claim that people do not necessarily understand themselves and others through astrology. That is why we ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. The Nazi Regime Used Propaganda Posters The Nazi regime used propaganda posters to primarily expose the German people to a new way of thinking. In charge of distributing and overseeing the creation of a majority of the propagandist posters was Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels. Born in Rheydt, Germany he created and ran the Third Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. There, his goal was to play upon the hopes, fears, and frustrations of the German people. Then, he wished to harness those same emotions to spark a German movement and war. Goebbels believed that the written word, instead of the spoke word, was responsible or countless great events in history. In his posters he hoped that: Today every German soldier, worker, and pleasant knows what we are fighting for. This is not a war for thorn and altar; it is a war for wheat and bread, for a full table three times a day, a war of achievement of material means necessary for a solution of the social question. There was fire in his blood, and it would end up clearly manifesting in his work on propaganda posters. Initially Nazi propagandists used niche marketing to connect their posters to all aspects of German life. Under niche marketing, they concentrated their efforts on smaller, yet influential groups of people. Some examples included woman working in homes, farmers, factory workers, and war veterans. If the government could get the support of those distinct groups, then they knew they would have a strong support base to rely and rally on for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. President Nixon s Involvement On The Watergate Scandal Essay To further maintain his innocence, President Nixon started creating distance between himself and those of senior authority within his administration who could be directly linked to the Watergate scandal. At this time, many of President Nixon s aides were either being prosecuted for obstruction of justice, burglary, wiretapping, etc, or they were resigning their positions within the administration due to the overwhelming evidence that was appearing against them in relation to their criminal activities. Many of President Nixon s aides were either cutting a deal in court or preparing to testify against the him in relation to their personal knowledge about the details of the scandal and their personal knowledge about President Nixon s involvement. The characters that will be examined were both senior politicians within the Nixon Administration as well as law enforcement agents and high ranking attorneys. They will be investigated to determine their connection to the Nixon Administration and their role in the Watergate scandal. John Ehrlichman was the policy advisor for President Nixon. He was responsible for creating the White House plumbers, which was a group of men who prevented leaks and insider information about the Nixon Administration from getting in the hands of reporters. He was a loyal and patriotic advisor, most of the time using unconventional and illegal methods to secure a victory. Ehrlichman contributed to the cover up as he was the one who told FBI Director L. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Financial Analysis of Northrop Grumman Essay Financial Analysis of Northrop Grumman Brandes, John Embrry Riddle Aeronautical University MBAA 518 Managerial Finance December 16, 2012 Dr. Summers Abstract The fiscal analysis of Northrop Grumman includes the examination of profitability, liquidity, and equity ratios, its 3 year stock price, as well as a general financial overview of the company. This case study exams their fiscal strategy as well as the debt utilization and possible effects of the fiscal crisis on Northrop Grumman. This document compares Northrop Grumman to other companies in the defense sector by comparing their ratios as well profitability. The paper will provide the reader with an understanding of the financial makeup of the company and its current and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Most notably the Grumman designed and built the Lunar Lander for the Apollo program. Key Products Northrop Grumman is primarily involved in four related by also distinct industries which are also their core competencies. They are involved in aerospace systems, electrical systems, information systems and technology systems. Involvement in these key areas allows them to focus on their customers needs for unmanned air systems; command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR); logistics, and cyber security. The company is currently involved in a many major programs for the Defense Department. They are producing the RQ 4 Global Hawk an unmanned air system (UAS) that is the only UAS that is allowed to fly in US airspace. They are also developing and producing active electronically scanned array radars for the F 35 and F 16 as well as a multitude of electronic warfare systems like the US Navy s Next Generation Jammer. The Lightning family of advanced targeting pods is also a key program within Northrop Grumman, with the Lightning Generation four reaching its 250th produced unit. Northrop Grumman is also developing the X 47b for the US Navy, which would give them a stealth carrier launched unmanned combat air vehicle, which would be the first for the US Navy. This aircraft also made history, by being the first unmanned combat air vehicle to accomplish a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Essay on Psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis When people think of psychoanalysis, usually one name comes to mind. This would be Sigmund Freud. Freud, along with Carl G. Jung and Alfred Adler, has impacted the history of psychoanalysis. Further, he has influenced the lives of the men and women during the early 1900s. In today s society, the history of psychoanalysis is continually being discussed among many scholars. Paul Roazen, author of Encountering Freud: The Politics and Histories of Psychoanalysis, has dedicated his professional career to researching the impact of Freud and his followers not only on politics but on the cultural and intellectual life of this century (Chodoff 132). One main theme that Roazen emphasizes is the relationship between ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because of this, many searched for ideas to fill this void, and some found the answer to lay within Freud. Also, Freud s image of man was completely secular. Roazen states, this freedom from both Utopianism and asceticism has earned Freud the contempt of ideological totalitarians of the Right and the Left (28). Despite the reasoning that lies behind this issue, it is clear that Freud has provided an image of man that has made him understandable without at the same time making him despicable. It is important to remember that Freud was once referred to as a leader during a period of extreme change in social character. Freud, who was rooted in the philosophy of humanism and the enlightenment, was a liberal critic of the bourgeois society. (Roazen 45). He felt society demanded many un called for hardships on man. Further, he declared that these cruelties would led to the formation of neuroses that could have been prevented by a more accepting attitude. Many of Freud s supporters also felt that the pressures that were laid down by society were unjust, hence their finding hope in his theories. Looking directly at Freud and his development of psychoanalysis, he claims that psychoanalysis is my creation; for ten years I was the only one occupied with it (Brill 933). Freud worked as a therapist treating patients and then applying his findings to the larger human domains. Freud once stated, I perceived ever more clearly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. THE BATTLE OF GUADALCANAL Essay Introduction The Battle of Guadalcanal was a very important battleground that ended the Japanese ground advancement in the Pacific area of operations. Also, after they were defeated and removed from the island it showed that they were not an unstoppable foe that resulted in boasting the confidence of the United States and its allies. The amphibious assault that occurred on Guadalcanal was the first amphibious counteroffensive for the United States after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. The Japanese were attempting to build an airfield on the island and gain a foothold that would help to protect their flanks as they continued their offensive campaign through the Pacific. Having an established foothold on Guadalcanal would also give the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was also believed that if the Japanese were able to complete this airfield that it would be too advantageous for them and would also aid in invading Port Moresby on the Western coast of New Guinea. Planning and Preparation In the initial planning there were many debates on who would command the assault on Guadalcanal. General Douglas MacArthur was the Commander of the Southwest Pacific Forces and was originally thought of to command the assault. However the Navy expressed numerous concerns that MacArthur would possibly leave their carriers exposed and the result placed Admiral Chester Nimitz as the overall Commander. The mission was tasked to the 1st marine division out of North Carolina that was commanded by Major General Alexander Vandegrift. General Vandegrift received his orders to perform the amphibious assault on Guadalcanal on the 25th of June 1942. Immediately General Vandegrift realized many problems he would have to overcome. Originally he had not planned on deploying his unit into combat until the beginning of 1943. His unit was newly formed and spread between three different locations. To make matters worse the majority of his men had little to no combat experience. The majority of the equipment they possessed was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Blue Zones Blue Zones is an anthropological concept that describes the characteristic lifestyles and the environments of the world s longest lived people.They are the places in the world where people live longer and healthier than anywhere else on earth. The four blue zones he talked about were the Italian island of sardinia; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, California; and Costa Rica s isolated Nicoya Peninsula. One of the common factors all these places had were the eating styles. All of them had a plant based diet. They all also lived in tribes whom were basically considered family just in case something would have happened to them or their family, these tribe members would be the backup plan and are the people who take care of them. So there social engagement levels were all high due to these tribe member always being with them and being with one another. All blue zones had a no smoking factor, which obviously caused them to live longer. My favorite similarity they all had was they always did something active. By active i dont mean running a mile or going to gym to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... That we the human race is not programmed for living long. For you to live a 100 years old you must have to have hit the genetic lottery. Also that treatments can not make us live longer. Our body s have 35 trillion cells and that treatment is going to change that. For example someone who is 65 years old is ageing at a rate of 125 times faster than a person who is 12 years old. The way we treat older people is also a big factor, instead of throwing someone in a retirement home, keep them around and treat them normal. In blue zones the older you are means the more wisdom you have and the smarter you are, so if we treat our older generation with that respect instead of throwing them away at a retirement home they would have a happier and longer life, also have a more peaceful ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Historical And Legal Issues Of Developmental Disabilities... This chapter on Historical and Legal Issues in Developmental Disabilities by James R. Thompson and Michael L. Wehmeyer talked about how people perceived people with intellectual and developmental disabilities over the past few centuries. Intellectual and developmental disabilities have been around for a while and many people have been scrutinized for having disabilities. Early on people with disabilities were treated unfairly or mistreated by other community members. It was not until the late 19th, 20th, and 21st century where people started to help people with disabilities to attempt making a difference. There were many key themes throughout the chapter that I found very interesting, including the way people with disabilities were treated in the early years. People with disabilities were segregated from the rest of the community due to them being different in the middle ages to the 18th century. It came to my attention that people did not have respect for people with disabilities. No one cared to get to know them or help them. It was normal for people to call people with disabilities names, or refer to them as idiots . Countless numbers of people with disabilities or who had mental illnesses were institutionalized. Even though there was many neglectful people in the world, there was also a number of people who started to address the situation and make a difference. Although civilians still needed to work on their terminology referring to people with disabilities. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. The Pros And Cons Of Cybercloying Every year, billions of dollars is being lost due to cybercrime and security. Harassment, Identity theft, online predators, and ransom are some of the most cybercrimes being committed, that s causing the most harm to billions of people. First, there are many forms of harassment that can take place online. There is cyberbullying, cyberstalking, and internet trolling. Although all three deals with harassment, they all mean something different. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place via social media, apps, gaming, share content, text and etc. It includes posting, sharing, commenting, and sometimes even reacting to false or even mean comments regarding another person. No Bullying: The World s Authority on Bulling, reported that in 2016, over nine million people have looked for some type of help or asked for advice regarding cyber bullying (NoBullying Bullying CyberBullying Resources, 2017). Bully victims are between two to nine times more likely to attempt to commit suicide. It is important to take note of this because the suicide age is starting to become younger as years go one. For example, a eight year old Cincinnati, OH boy had committed suicide in his house. Gabriel Taye committed suicide because he was being bullied at school by his peers and at his school there was an incident where on camera you can see one of his peers hitting him causing him to go unconscious. It was unclear if the child was being bullied online also because investigation is still in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Into The Wild Chris Mccandless Relationship Analysis Relationships between people can change lives forever. For instance, a parent and child s relationship are one of the most important ones because that is where our consciousness about love, trust and assurance comes from. Depending on the relationship, it can either benefit or suffer a child. Since little children always look up to their parents and learn from them. So the actions done by their parents can affect the child s life later in the years. This scenario can be reflected in the book Into the Wild, the character Chris McCandless. Chris McCandless parent s outside appearance was wanting Chris to go to school and be successful. Meanwhile, in the inside appearance, especially the dad, was an abusive father. This reflected a double life. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Thomas Hill Ideals Of Human Excellence And Preserving... In Ideals of Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments , Thomas Hill explores the idea that those who would destroy natural environments may lack necessary human virtues. He lays out this idea through these claims: 1. A person who views non sentient nature as a resource may be clouded by self importance. The idea here Hill highlights as one of perspective the inability to see oneself as part of nature. This ties in with his next claim. 2. A person who would harm natural environments may lack humility by avoiding seeing himself as one among many natural creatures. Hill would make a distinction here from just perspective to one of attitude, if one sees themselves as part of nature and yet would still destroy it then they are making the value judgment that humans are more important than nature. 3. One ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However one may value something, and yet find need to put it aside. I may want to visit my dying relative, but having concluded that doing so would leave me in debt for the rest of my natural life I may revise my plan. This doesn t preclude me from staying in contact with them or cherishing what connection we may have while they remain in this world. I agree with Hill s argument on most levels and still find that it is intangible. The argument is sound logically, but makes assumptions that cannot be quantified. Even could they be of what import would it be? Would we corral those lacking virtue to be reeducated? In essence I believe Hill s ideas to be a preface to Baxter s. One rooted in the intangible and one the tangible. Practicality vs Ideality it is an old argument and the basis for most, neither wholly wrong nor right. On the pipeline through the Big Bend area do the people opposed to its implementation regard the fact that it may improve the lives of their fellow man or do they lack that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Organizational Performance Management System Table of Contents Abstract 3 Introduction 3 The Changing Role of Organizational Performance Management 4 Organizational Performance Measurement Approaches: Balance Scorecard 7 Benefits and Shortcomings of Balance Scorecard 9 Five Key Organizational Performance Measures 10 Conclusion 12 References ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As per Vince Kellen (2003) those uses include monitoring and controlling activities, driving organizational improvement, maximizing the effectiveness of the improvement effort, achieving alignment with organizational goal and objectives, rewarding and disciplining. The Changing Role of Organizational Performance Measurement System How to create and measure organizational performance measurement system has been a persistent source of debate. Traditionally, organizational performance management system included measuring financial ratios, such as return on investments, cash flows, and cost of sales. Figure one below depicts traditional performance indicators, focused mostly on financial measures. Figure One Source: Frederico and Cavenaghi 2009 In the recent years the focus has been on measuring non financial ratios, such as quality, customer satisfaction, safety and other stakeholders. Figure Two shows the new performance indicators, incorporating quality together with other financial indicators. Figure Two Source: Source: Frederico and Cavenaghi 2009 Furthermore, according to Shackleton (2007) financial measures prohibit the guidance and evaluation of an organization s ability to create future value through investments in customers, suppliers, employees, processes, technology and innovation. Shacketon agues that the pressure for reporting on corporate performance today, has confronted the traditional managerial ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Juror s Decisions In 12 Angry Men, By Reginald Rose The 1957 film 12 Angry Men, written by Reginald Rose, tells the story of a jury made up of twelve men, as they contemplate the sentencing of a young man accused of murder. As the name implies, many of the jurors become extremely emotional as the deliberation process moves on. The jurors emotions and unique personalities create various conflicts and show how they each have differing perspectives on the trial. Throughout the deliberation process it becomes clear that several of the jurors harbor personal prejudices which end up affecting their decisions in reaching a verdict. It is clear from the beginning that if not for one juror, known as Juror 8, the jury would have returned a unanimous guilty verdict with no deliberation. The obvious bias ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is clear at this point that at least one of the jurors held a predisposed opinion of the defendant simply because of his socioeconomic background. In this case, a juror s negative opinion drives him to ignore facts and logic presented to him. He appears to dehumanize people who live in the slums, and clearly expects the boy to be a murderer because of this. He gradually becomes an embodiment of racism and hate, at one point going on a rant and comparing people from the slums to animals. Only after he is presented irrefutable evidence, and is coaxed by other jurors, does Juror 10 change his vote to not guilty. Although thankfully he is able to overcome it, Juror 10 s bias is just one example of the numerous predispositions that have the potential to effect a jurors final decision. In a multi cultural nation such as the United States, racially charged trials are bound to occur from time to time. Racism is a major problem, especially so on a jury, and has the potential to drastically sway ones opinion. As long as people like this have the potential to serve on a jury, a fair and unbiased ruling will be at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Essay Strategic audit Strategic Audit for iRobot Corporation Case Study I. CurrentSituation A. CurrentPerformance iRobot designs and builds robots that make a difference in the home, field and workplace. iRobot was founded in 1990 in Delaware, Massachusetts and it was the first company to introduce robots into the life of the household and make the robots part of their daily life. In comparison to the other products, home products were the most successful ones. Some of the iRobot s products are: Roomba (vaccum cleaning), Scooba (floor cleaning), Brava (floor mopping) home products; PackBot, SUGV, Warrior, etc. Defense and Security products; iRobot Aware 2 robot intelligence software, Robot Developers Kit developer ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Unmanned Ground Robots and Unmanned Underwater Vehicle, used in the military operations, have a future since they perform the most dangerous tasks and save soldiers life. Do fewer things better iRobot focuses on the design and performance of the robots and the manufacturing of the actual robots is passed to other companies Formed alliance with companies like Boeing and Advanced Scientific Concepts so it can use part of their technology for improving its products Invest in the future Focus on the emerging markets. These are the markets that will encounter the need of using iRobot products for performing in their best, like healthcare, oil and gas, food and beverage industry. 4. Policies Focus on R D and Human Resource Management Pay a lot of attention on the R D to keep innovation going Keep the employees happy and offer them the best working environment Keep looking for the geniuses in the technology Human Resource in this type of industry is very important so look for the best will make the company gain competitive advantage II. Strategic Managers A. Board of Directors The board of directors consists of nine members: Colin Angle Chairman of the Board, CEO and Co Founder of iRobots Dr. Ronald Chwang Chairman and President, iD Ventures America, LLC George C. McNamee served as director since 1999, currently a private investor Andrea Geisser served as a director since 2004 Dr. Jacques S. Gansler Director, Center for Public ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...