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Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship Essay QuestionsJackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship Essay
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Estj Extraversion Analysis
Results from my Jung Typology Testв„ў turned out that I am an ESTJ Extravert 1%: marginal or no
preference of Extraversion over Introversion, Sensing 3%: marginal or no preference of Sensing
over Intuition, Thinking 9%: slight preference of Thinking over Feeling, and Judging 34%:
moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving. However, because I have a marginal or no
preference of Extraversion over Introversion, as well as marginal or no preference of Sensing over
Intuition. The test results indicated that characteristics of more than one personality type may
apply to me: ENTJ: Extraverted Thinking, Introverted iNtuition, Extraverted Sensing and
Introverted Feeling, ISTJ: Introverted Sensing, Extraverted Thinking and Extraverted Intuition and
INTJ: Introverted iNtuition, Extraverted Thinking, Introverted Feeling and Extraverted Sensing1....
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ESTJ s also have an acute awareness for convention, encourage work ethic and are opinionated,
have high principles, and are capable of making hard decisions. After reading the functional
analysis of the INTJ, ISTJ and INTJ I don t think that I fit into any of those categories, so I m not
going to dive into their characteristics and waste anyone s time with irrelevant prattle.
Information of what personality type I fit into can help me ascertain and employ my strengths in
order to complete tasks even when I am doing job duties that I find tedious and boring and aren t
a favorite part of my job. Now that I know what personality type I am, I am able to determine the
reasons that I had an unsatisfactory fit in previous jobs and search for positions that are work better
with my personality
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The Model Of Health Care
Scenario One
Q1. Which model of health would be the most suitable for you to use and why?
The practice of health care can be divided into two models in which a health professional may
approach their patient. This includes the medical model, where the patient is only viewed as a
syndrome, or the host of a disease, or the biopsychosocial model (BPS), which was developed by
George L. Engel in 1977.1 The BPS model appreciates the person as a whole, having
psychological and socio economic impacts on their health and adherence, as well as the ailment
they may or may not be suffering from at any point in time.1 In the case of LH, where it is clear
her health and wellbeing is being affected by her lifestyle, it would be more appropriate to
approach the situation with the empathetic biopsychosocial model. The health professional is then
able to understand LH s health and wellbeing by linking it to her social setting, namely her stress
relatedly to her role as a single mother unstable living conditions. They can also appreciate her
unwillingness to quit smoking if they connect it to the stress in her life. Understanding how LH s
unemployment, homelessness and parenthood affects her ability to adopt good health care, can
assist health professionals in developing an individualised health care plan for LH.
Q2. Identify some of the barriers to medication adherence for this patient?
Using the BPS model, the barriers to medication adherence can be predicted. A significant factor to
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The Secret Sharer Essay
Cameron Davidson
Professor Dennis
LAL 250 04
10 Sept. 2015
The Secret Sharer Assignment
In The Secret Sharer by Joseph Conrad, we as readers are introduced to the captain and a former
first mate of another ship who has been arrested for murder of another crew member, whose
name is Legatt. We learn of the captain s elaborate plan to hide Legatt to avoid his capture. First,
he takes Legatt, the arrested first mate, under his wing and instead of arresting him, like he
should, he tells him to hide in his quarters, and throughout the tale, we see Legatt nearly being
captured multiple times, such as when the captain is asked where his coat is, and one of his
crewmen reply that it was in his quarters in the bathroom, to which the captain suddenly goes into
a cold sweat, worrying he might be found out if Legatt is seen. Legatt and the captain appear as
doubles because the captain, feeling sorry for Legatt, decides to give him clothing of his to wear for
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Walking to the taffrail, I was in time to make out, on the very edge of a darkness thrown by a
towering black mass like the very gateway of Erebus yes, I was in time to catch an evanescent
glimpse of my white hat left behind to mark the spot where the secret sharer of my cabin and of my
thoughts, as though he were my second self, had lowered himself into the water to take his
punishment: a free man, a proud swimmer striking out for a new destiny. (Conrad 193)
What does this mean?: In short, the captain remembers the person who was in his cabin, Legatt,
and since he was a former first mate, he is similar to the captain. The last line signifies that Legatt
has moved on to a new life. Throughout the story, we see the captain refer to Legatt as his second
self, or double, but I think that the reason that he calls him double is because he s looking at
himself and who he used to
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Caryl Churchill’s play Far Away and Jane Taylorв
Ђ™s Ubu
and...
Caryl Churchill s play Far Away and Jane Taylor s Ubu and the Truth Commission
Caryl Churchill s play Far Away and Jane Taylor s Ubu and the Truth Commission are two plays that
both concern violent, corrupt political systems, but each playwright goes about confronting these
issues in a quite different style. Jane Taylor structures her work with an omniscient perspective that
allows the audience to see the reality of what is happening at all times, while Churchill utilizes a
limited perspective that leaves the audience as unaware of the truth as her characters. These
approaches result in two plays that are very different in character, but at the same time, both of the
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Though one of the most prominent themes of Far Away is also truth, the audience views the action
of the play from a completely different perspective than in Ubu. From the beginning of the play to
the end, we sense that something is wrong, that something malicious is being covered up, but we
are never fully aware of what that is. We may let our imaginations wander, but in the end we can
never know exactly what the government is doing. Churchill purposely puts us in this position by
showing us fragments of the lives of the characters. These fragments may be important moments,
but they are nonetheless incomplete. Also, they are immersed in the world that characters live in;
in other words, we see everything from the characters points of view. Therefore we see not the
actual truth of the situation but only what Joan, Harper, and Todd believe, and their beliefs are
skewed by the oppressive and deceptive nature of the government as well as by their own self
deceptions.
One manner in which both playwrights explore the theme of truth is through the compliance of the
populations (or parts of the populations) with the existing regimes. In Ubu and the Truth
Commission, this aspect
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Essay on Organizational Culture Found Within Army Doctrine
There are several definitions and applications for organizational culture found within Army
doctrine. Through synthesis of L100 readings, organizational culture is a set of institutional norms
shared by its people who create a distinctive environment to observe, analyze, and act. Like
organizational culture, L100 provides much source material, both literally and figuratively.
Commander s actions and examples model organizational climate which influence localized
standards of conduct for his or her subordinates which can directly correlate to the health and
sustainability of a unit. The similarities between organizational culture and organizational climate
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The organizational culture of the Army and its inherent values system that is as old as the Army is.
Even though the current set of Army Values is just now entering its third decade they do well to
encompass prior institutional values of Duty, Honor, and Country. Climate lasts only as long as the
commander or leader who affects it and therefore, temporary.
According to FM 3 0, situational awareness is, immediate knowledge of the conditions of the
operation, constrained geographically and in time , and for situational understanding, the product of
applying analysis and judgment to relevant information to determine the relationships among the
mission variables to facilitate decision making . These two technical definitions do well not to
overlap semantics with one another; however they may unnecessarily confuse the user for the sake
of an establishing a needless and almost imperceptible analytic hurdle. This coming from an Army
doctrine outsider whose service doctrine widely embraces elements of Boyd s Observe, Orient,
Decide, and Act (OODA) decision making process.
A commander s visualization of the operations process for a particular mission may better articulate
organizational climate. It requires the commander and all affected Soldiers in subordinate leadership
positions to have a strong understanding of
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Erik Erikson s Stages Of Psychosocial Development
Current Developmental Stage: According to Erik Erikson s stages of psychosocial development,
Neveah is in middle adolescence, which is focused on the conflict of identity verses role confusion
(Ashford LeCroy, 2010). The developmental characteristics of middle adolescents include sexual
identity, role experimentation, moral development, and self discovery (Ashford LeCroy, 2010).
Adolescents are evaluating how they fit into society and more specifically their social sphere.
During this time, friends, social groups, and cultural trends greatly impact the adolescent.
According to Gibbs (2015), at this stage in development it is critical to be valued and accepted by a
peer group. To evaluate Neveah s stage of development, her ethnicity, immigration, and history of
childhood abuse must be taken into consideration. According to Ashford and LeCroy (2010),
adolescent immigrants face the unique challenge of fulfilling their sense of belonging, while facing
issues of acculturation and minority status. As they seek to develop their own identity, they must
combine the norms, values, and culture of their minority status and the dominant Caucasian culture
(Ashford LeCroy, 2010). Adolescent immigrants face more discrimination as well as are hyper
cognizant of their differences in appearance and language (Ashford LeCroy, 2010). According to
Chicchetti and Toth (1995), child maltreatment effects the development of attachment and affect
regulation. They further state that studies
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The Definition of Organic Foods Should Be Redefined Essay
Organic versus non organic foods are always being debated to whether they are worth the extra
cost. This seems to be an easy question, at first, but begs a more in depth analysis to come to a
conclusion. Organic definitions can vary by government, company and even individuals. Many
people have their own ideas of what organic means. My personal definition, before this research
assignment, was that organic products were grown with no pesticides, chemical additives, or
preservatives and grown in a humane way. Meaning that if it said 100% organic, that is what was
meant. This however, is not the case when it comes to the government s definition of organic,
according to T. A. Niewold who wrote, Organic More Healthy; Green Shoots in a... Show more
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If these claims prove to be true, as some research suggests, then this may be well worth the cost
if one can afford them. In the case of the meat we eat, how do we know that it is truly organic
(hence the necessity for a more strict definition), and why do we even need it to be? There are
several reasons for us to eat organic meat, depending on what the definition ultimately ends up
being. One reason to eat organic meat is the fact of the spread of Bovine spongiform
encephalopathy or what is more commonly known as Mad Cow Disease. There is a human
form of this disease called New Variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease (NCJD). This disease was first
brought to light in the 1990 s in Europe by the discovery of link between these two diseases
(Freudenrich, 3). If one had lived in Europe in the early 90 s, for at least six months, (as my
family and I did) they may have been exposed to this disease. In the past, cows (who are naturally
herbivores) were fed remnants of dead and dying sheep. Sheep that possibly had the disease
called, Scrapie which is similar to BSE, and could explain the reason for the infection to have
started in cows, eventually jumping to humans (Freudenrich, 6). The theory of how this disease
came about varies, but one of the most prevalent relates to a protein called a prion . These prions
are allowed access to the
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Importance Of College Internship
One of the requirements of Ferris State University to graduate with Bachelor degree in Criminal
Justice is all students must complete an internship. I decided to complete my internship at the 17th
Circuit Court Family Division located at 1565 Cedar St. My supervisor s name is Jeff Hekman. I
have worked with other six interns from Ferris State University, Grand Rapids Community College,
and Grand Valley University. We all shared a passion for justice and to help others in our
community by mentoring, advising, and guiding in the right direction. This program is for
juveniles that are serving their sentences on probation where community serviceis a part of the
verdict.
Internships provide many benefits to college students. They offer them a chance to learn about a
career field from the inside and to gain self confidence. Also, students can learn new things, meet
new people, and practice communication, networking, and teamwork skills. These are great
additions to the resume when applying for a job. By working hard at an internship, they can
demonstrate to potential employers and references that they have initiative and are responsible.
Another advantage of completing a college internship is to test a career objective while in the real
world. Students can develop good professional work habits and to become acquainted with people
employed in professional occupations. An internship can also enhance the self confidence as
students learn self reliance and independence and develop
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Recruitment And Selection Process Essay
As the business world is ever changing, so is the process that companies use in selecting ideal
candidates. The most common way for companies to start the process of filling an open position,
is to create a job posting. Job postings are most commonly posted on popular online job
websites, such as Glassdoor or Indeed. Many of the companies will also use software that will
sift through the thousands of resumes received and select a group of candidates that it feels are
ideal for the position. The company will then proceed to interview those candidates. With
software that selects resumes based on keywords that are specific to the job, it only makes sense
for candidates to tailor their resumes to maximize the opportunity to achieve that initial
interview. By creating a variety of resumes and cover letters tailored to specific position
openings, one increases his or her opportunity to receive an initial interview and getting hired.
Developed and developing economies have caused a shift in the scope of business. As the world
as a whole progress , jobs have become more demanding. In our knowledge based economy, value
is the product of knowledge and information. Companies cannot generate profits without the ideas,
skills, and talent of knowledge workers, and they have to bet on people not technologies, not
factories, and certainly not capital (Martin Moldoveanu, 2003, pg. 36). More demanding job
requirements have caused companies to only hire the best. Workers now require more
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Civil War And The Black Suffrage
Post Civil War, Northern women became increasingly active in the Black suffrage movements in
the North. They strategized that by enforcing the right of suffrage for African Americans they
would automatically receive the right to vote. Their calculations were based off of the hierarchal
rules implied by the Jim Crow South. During the Jim Crow Era, segregationists feared that
reconstruction would mess with the inherent order of their society by making Black men equal to
White men and beneath them allowing Black women to be equal to White women. Their
restoration period stressed that the gender/racial hierarchy be preserved as follows: White men,
White women, Black men, and then Black women. The Northern women assumed that there was no
way they would give Black men the right to vote without giving White women the right to vote
first, since they were higher up on Jim Crow s hierarchy. However, their initial plan was unfeasible
due to mutual disagreement amongst men in regards to women s suffrage. Even the radical men
believed that supporting women s suffrage was pushing things too far and risked the nullification of
the fourteenth amendment. Regardless of, they pushed for its ratification.
In 1873 Suzan B. Anthony led the women to go up to the polls to cast votes as a form of protest.
Their plan was to go to the polls, get turned away, then sue on behalf of the fourteenth amendment
which equally protected them. To their dismay, Anthony was not turned away but instead was
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Lone Survivor Movie Ethical Dilemma
Ethical Dilemma on the Battlefield: Analysis of Lone Survivor Scene Military personnel operating
in combat missions must maintain mental and situational awareness of their area of operations.
This includes a complete understanding of their physical and doctrinal training. Besides
accomplishing their mission, soldiers must also consider the rules of engagement and the personal
and professional ethics, values and morals that factor into their decisions in high stress
environments (Allen, 2013). Well planned missions will never be executed perfectly. Due to
human nature, soldiers may be faced with an ethical dilemma. Ethical dilemma comprises an
individual selecting the most effective course of action, identifying the different courses presented
and realization that any one principle will be conceded (Allen, 2013). In the movie, Lone
Survivor, 4 Navy Seals were conducting recon for a high target value mission in Afghanistan to
take out a Taliban leader. During their mission, they encountered two boys and an older man who
were herding sheep. To not compromise the mission, the civilians were detained. The language
barrier and stress of this unexpected event opened the door for the major ethical dilemma posed in
the film. The seals were unsure of the affiliations of these civilians to the Taliban, the consequences
to their mission or the treat to their lives. This pivotal scene showcases the conversation between
the seals evaluating the multiple courses of action. At which,
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Christian Teaching and Discussion About Euthanasia Essay
Christian Teaching and Discussion About Euthanasia
The word euthanasia comes from two Greek words eu meaning good and thanatos meaning death.
Literally it means a good death .
Euthanasia is arranging for someone who has an incurable terminal illness to die as quickly and as
painlessly as possible. It is the act of purposely aiding someone to die, instead of letting nature take
its course. There are four main types of euthanasia these are: Voluntary, Involuntary, Active and
Passive.
Euthanasia is currently illegal in the UK, but is legal in the Netherlands and the state of Oregon
however; it is still a widely discussed topic, which raises many moral questions. In this essay I will
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Also the Roman Catholic Church opposes euthanasia because of the strongly taught commandment:
Thou shall not kill. To add to that: the Roman Catholic Churchregards the sanctity of life as an
extremely important teaching and places the highest value on human life and suffering and pain do
not stop life being valuable and is not a reason for ending life, therefore the Church believes that
people should leave the dying process to God, not to humans who by allowing euthanasia are, for
Roman Catholics, devaluing human life and making it seem disposable. Instead people should die
with dignity and let them be loved unconditionally by God until the end of earthly life. Therefore
Roman Catholics oppose euthanasia, this is an absolute view.
The Church of England s report in 1975 on dying well and the Methodist Church s statement in
1974 both oppose euthanasia. They emphasise the fact that human life is sacred.
However Christian views today vary with most Christians not accepting euthanasia.
A Christian teaching that can be used for euthanasia is the sanctity of life. Christians believe that
all life is given as a gift from God:
God made man in his own image, male and female he created them. Gen
Therefore because God gave life, it is a gift and it is valuable because humans are made in God s
image:
God made man in his own image. Gen.
Because God created humans
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Civilization Vs. Savagery In The Lord Of The Flies
Civilization versus Savagery
The Lord of the Flies is a classic novel written by William Golding in the year of 1954. The novel
tells the tale of a group of schoolboys who are miraculously marooned on a desert island after their
plane crashes. At first the boys attempt to govern themselves and to keep a grasp on civilization and
order; In the beginning the island was very much like their home, but eventually this ideology fades
into savagery and brutality. The boys resort to theft, torture and even murder. Although The Lord of
the Flies depicts many themes and morals, the underlying theme is the battle between the human
impulse towards civilization and savagery. This theme is brilliantly and respectively portrayed by
battle of the two characters; Jack and Ralph.
In the beginning there was only the main protagonist Ralph and Piggy, they soon realise that
there is a possibility that there may be other survivors and decide to call the others using a conch
shell that Ralph and Piggy had found earlier, Ralph had stopped smiling and was pointing into
the lagoon. Something creamy lay among the ferny weeds. [p8] The conch is blown by Ralph (
We can use this to call the others [p9]) Children start to emerge from the bushes including a choir
lead by a ginger boy named Jack. Note that they only emerged from hearing the sound of the shell,
there were no other instructions, this immediately makes the conch a symbol of law and order.
Once everyone is gathered a meeting is called,
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Race Relations Between African Americans and Whites...
Following what was arguably the most turbulent time in American history; Reconstruction had far
reaching effects on a number of areas of life in the United States. In the Deep South, one of the
clearest impacts could be seen on racial relations, specifically between whites and newly freed
African Americans. Legally, dramatic changes had been made at the federal level, providing
African Americans with a host of rights that had never been offered them before. It was no wonder,
then, that former slave owners in the South rejected these changes and rights, taking whatever steps
necessary to keep African Americans down. The dramatic changes that took place in terms of race
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Legally, the passage of the Fifteenth Amendment just a few years after the close of the Civil War,
African American men had the right to vote according to the United States Constitution. However,
racial relations in the south had deteriorated so greatly that even such constitutionally protected
elements of their lives were unable to survive. Whites passed a number of laws designed to
disenfranchise African American men, knowing that without the right to vote, the voices of newly
freed slaves would not be heard. These laws included such measures as literacy tests, poll taxes,
property qualifications, and so called grandfather clauses that denied an individual the right to vote
if their grandfather did not vote himself. Race relations in the south had deteriorated so rapidly that
even something as basic as voting, something that was to be provided to African American men
according to the United States Constitution, was denied them ( The state... , 2011). As individuals
living in the north became increasingly disinterested with the plight of African Americans in the
south, a political change was made, one that would alter the racial relations between whites and
blacks for generations. In 1896, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling in Plessy v.
Ferguson that would set the stage for continued segregation in the American south with three simple
words: separate but equal. When the Supreme Court ruled that separate facilities for whites and
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Systemic Racism In Criminal Justice System Essay
Kyle Cruz
POLS 202
Steve Horn
Research Paper Assignment #4
11/22/14
Systemic Racism in the Criminal Justice System
Systemic Racism is a system of inequality based on race. This has been relevant in our country not
only since slavery but even in today s standards. Another way to word systemic racism is systemic
privilege, or white privilege . The concept of privilege refers to any advantage or ease of living
that is unearned, exclusive, and socially bestowed. For instance, white people are generally assumed
to be law abiding citizens until they show signs that they aren t. While people of color are
predominantly assumed to be criminals or potential criminals until they show that they are not. To
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This suggests that Ascriptive Americanism plays a big part in this issue, since white privilege is
basically a stratification system where people are placed in positions based on qualities beyond
their control such as, skin color, race, gender, etc. Albeit systemic racism is performed relevantly in
our society, it shines the most in our criminal justice system.
In 2009, a survey showed that blacks were arrested for drug possession more than three times as
often as whites, and a survey made in 2011 showed that whites have abused drugs more than
blacks (The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive). Yet, according to the Bureau of
Justice Statistics, one out of every 3 black males can expect to go to prison in their lifetime, and
225,000 of the people who were serving time in state prisons for drug offenses in 2011, blacks
made up 45 percent while whites comprised of just 30 percent. One must question, why is there a
disproportionate number of African Americans in the criminal justice system? Well, the majority of
Americans are unaware of this mass incarceration and outright racism in the criminal justice
system. When we think of racism, we think of the 1930 s 60 s, slavery, and Jim Crow which come
to mind, but what
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Archetype Of Anti Hero
Is an anti hero really a bad guy or is the hero or heroine really a good guy but doing good deeds
his or her way? Anti heroes sometimes do good deeds because they are heroes right? Some of
them are true heroes while others have a more destructive or violent ways to get the job done, no
matter what kind of damage they have done to the community which makes them more of a villain.
They are mostly heroes with a more violent way to get things done, but some of them are more
villainous then the other. The anti hero is a common characterarchetype for the antagonist that has
been around since the comedies and tragedies of Greek theater. Unlike the traditional hero who is
morally upright and steadfast, the anti hero usually has a flawed moral character.
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Dalai Lama Essay
Question 1 Buddhism (20 marks)
The significant people and schools of thought in Buddhism that have the most impact are those that
challenge adherents to follow Buddhist teachings more closely.
How accurate is this statement in relation to ONE significant person or school of thought, other
than the Buddha.
The fourteenth Dalai Lama, also known as the Bodhisattva of Compassion, is one of the most
significant religious leaders in the world and is also exceptionally important to Buddhism. He has
been especially influential with regards to reinterpreting traditional Buddhist teachings so they are
relevant in a more contemporary context and using them to deal with issues that have arisen and
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Through including the religion into the government it meant all state decisions were to be made
based on the Buddhist teachings. This encouraged the religion to remain relevant and also meant
more people were including their faith in their daily decisions. Through this system of government
it also meant that the three Jewels of Buddhism could be included in daily life and the decisions for
the state were made with the best intentions and followed the principles of Buddhism.
The Dalai Lama has also challenged adherents to accept the fate that is given to them and make
the greatest use of their reincarnated form. As a young child he was unable to reject the position
of Dalai Lama however he has managed to utilise this position to the best advantage and has
bettered the world through this. He has pushed for the bettering of the world for both religious and
secular societies. His messages of peace, tolerance and the renunciation of the desires of anger and
revenge have resonated with people globally.
Through his status as a Bodhisattva His Holiness has also shown that the helping of others to
achieve enlightenment is an essential aspect of Buddhism. He has reinterpreted traditional scripture
to make it easier for contemporary Buddhist followers to gain enlightenment. He has also published
books to enable adherents to gain a deeper and more rounded knowledge of Buddhism and the
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What Is The Dream In The American Dream
The Dream in Of Mice and Men Of Mice and Men is a novel written by John Steinbeck. The
book tells a story of how two opposite individuals, George and Lennie cope with their problems
as they travel around California in search of ranch work. Throughout the story Steinbeck
displays realism. This category of literature is where the author does not sugar coat life.
Steinbeck does not romanticize the natural world or human nature (Curry). In doing so in this
type of reality many people have a dream . To give an example, Lennie and George had a dream
of owning a shack on a piece of land. Each time these two individuals thought of the dream it
creates comfort and security for them because it gave them hope. In Of Mice and Men the dream ...
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In the novel Steinbeck displays the harsh reality of life. He displays/writes life as it was during
the depression, the time in which the novel took place in. An example of a character s dream not
being achieved is Curley s wife. As said before her dream was to become a movie star. However,
her dream was not achieved because supposedly her mother destroyed the letter sent to her by a
movie producer. ... he was gonna write to me about it... I never got the letter... I always thought
my ol lady stole it, (Steinbeck 88). Nevertheless, us as readers can assume she was catfished or
lied to. Curley s wife never got or received the letter because she was not meant to be an actor. In
doing so, Curley s wife s dream was never achieved even though she believed she could achieve
it. Before Curley s wife was happy when she believed in her dream but after her dream died her
life was meaningfulness. That is why she decided to marry Curly because that was her only way
to survive during the depression. This is an example of the natural world of human nature. Another
example of where The Dream is not achieved is Lennie and George s. As mentioned before Lennie
and George have the American Dream to own a piece of land. They try or attempt to save money
by working on ranches. No matter how hard these two worked they could not achieve the dream
because they would run into problems. Including Lennie causing trouble or not having enough
money to own the
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The Advantages Of Traditional Education Vs. Online Education
There are a lot of reasons why Traditional education is better. It isn t because it is what we are
accustomed to but due to its promising benefits already shown that is offered to everyone. The
chances of improvement in learning at this system would still likely happen because similarly to
online education, it updates as well with the media it uses therefore it is ahead online no matter
what.
Since traditional education means attending face to face classes held at schools, we need to head
there physically. One of the things that make it great is because it promotes our physical needs
such as by simply walking, looking for transportations, going upstairs, and following proper
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There s also another way and this is applying for scholarship . This would help a student a lot
because they don t have to worry about the expenses and even receive allowance money from the
government or the institution. Besides, even if online education may offer early completion of
studies, it will lack due to the limitations it possess in offering much broader information unlike
in traditional where in each day you can learn a whole lot. Also at online education, it may save a
lot of money but are prone to technical errors and possible difficulty in accessibility. In a longer
amount of time, not only you ll be given a lot of credible data but opportunities to improve skills
via extracurricular
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Assay Lab Report
ADAM ANDERSONBIOLOGY SAE01
Experimental investigation into variable heat on Rennin enzyme acitivity and Protien from Milk.
1.1
Experiment on variable Heat effects on Enzyme activity reaction with Protien.
Independent variables are the Rennin, Milk solution, and buffer solution. Also time of observations.
Dependent variables are the temperature, being 4o, 20 25o, 35 40o, 55 60o and 80 85o.
1.2
I predict that the fastest reaction should be in the 35 40o sample, based on mammal inner core
temperature. I predict the 4o sample will have minimal if any reaction and the 80 85o sample will
have no reaction as the protien has been denatured by the heat.
1.3
The investigation is showing how enzymes work inside a mammal s stomach. Rennin is the enzyme
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pH levels are a factor, as most enzymes work in a alkaline environment ( Human body is alkaline
based).
Temperature, which is being investigated, is also a factor.
2.1
METHOD:
Dependent variables are the temperature, being 4o, 20 25o, 35 40o, 55 60o and 80 85o.
Temperature variables Controlled Measured by:
COLD (4o)= Using Fridge for Milk Sample ( stored directly in Fridge)
ROOM (20 25o)=Stored directly in Room Container.
BODY (35 40o)=Used Incubator to maintain standard temperature.
HOT (55 60o)=Water Bath, using Thermometer and reviewed.
DEAD (80 85o)=Water Bath , using Thermometer and reviewed.
PROTIEN:
Milk Powder Made to ensure same Protien in each sample, +/ normal human error.
BUFFER USED:
6M H.Cl will be used to substitute the Stomach Acid, as the buffer for a reaction to occur.
TIMED TO REVIEW MEASURE REACTION :
Using stop watch, noted every 15 seconds, and a maximum of 5 Minutes for each sample.
DIAGRAM OF
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The Relationship Connecting the Sociology of Religion and...
Berger provides insight into the study of the sociology of religion. Berger is particularly interested
in the social construction of religion as perpetuated by humankind and the dichotomies of the
secular and the religious. As a component of social reality, religion, according to Peter Berger, is a
dialectical phenomenon (3). Society is a dialectic phenomenon in that it is a humanproduct, and
nothing but a human product, that yet continuously acts back upon its producer. Society is a
product of man. Religionemerges out of human beings as part of an ordered and meaningful social
reality and in turn, humans emerge out of this socially constructed world. Berger parses the
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The ordered structure of culture becomes the ordered structure of individual human consciousness.
The languages, values, meanings, and institutions of society become the languages, values,
meanings, and institutions of the individual person. Through internalization, humans become a
product of society. By the ordering of experience, humanity imposes nomos, or meaningful order,
upon the social world by both objective by institutions and subjective by consciousness
constructs. When this nomos is instinctually assumed either cosmologically or anthropologically
it is endowed with a stability deriving from more powerful sources that the historical efforts of
human beings (25). Humans have a need for and impose nomos on their existence or reality.
Without nomos people would perceive reality to be anomic; it would lack order and meaning; it
would be utter chaos. A central function of religion is to protect the individual from anomy;
religion makes reality ordered and understandable. Here religion enters the social world as a
human enterprise by which a sacred world is established. He begins by examining the role of
religion in the construction of the social world. Berger
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Exchanges with Industry Before Receipt of Proposals (4-4)
Exchanges With Industry Before Receipt of Proposals (4 4) Part 15 of the Federal Acquisition
Regulations (FAR) prescribes [the] policies and procedures governing competitive and
noncompetitive negotiated acquisitions. One component of negotiated acquisitions that occurs
early in the acquisition process is the solicitation of proposals. FAR 15.201, titled, Exchanges with
Industry before Receipt of Proposals, regulates the type and manner of communications, also
sometimes referred to as exchanges, which can and cannot take place between the Government and
potential suppliers prior to the receipt of a potential supplier s proposal and the subsequent award
of a contract.
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This fact is stated plainly and directly even in the FAR itself, where it is written, Agencies are
encouraged to promote early exchange of information about future acquisitions. Exchanges are
beneficial to all parties involved in the acquisition process, and there are a number of reasons why
such exchanges are beneficial. As the regulations explain at FAR 15.201(b), some of these benefits
include an improved understanding of the Government s requirements for the potential suppliers,
and also an improved understanding of a potential supplier s capabilities by the Government.
Additionally, exchanges between Government and potential suppliers can help the Government
firm up or finalize their acquisition plan and source selection strategy for a particular procurement
by enabling them to determine things such as, proposed contract type, terms and conditions, and
acquisition planning schedules, as well as, the feasibility of the requirement, including performance
requirements, statements of work, and data requirements.
I. TYPES OF EXCHANGES The FAR lists a number of ways in which exchanges between
Government and Industry might occur prior to the issuance of a contract award. Examples of these
types of exchanges include, Pre Solicitation Conferences and Industry Days; Pre Proposal
Conferences; and One on One Meetings with Potential Offerors. A. Pre Solicitation Conference
/ Industry Day
The Defense Acquisition University s (DAU) Glossary of
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Pliny s The Alexander Mosaic
The Alexander Mosaic is a Roman floor mosaic that dates from c. 100 B.C. It is discovered in
the city of Pompeii which was preserved in ash after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. It was found
in the House of Faun, named after the bronze statue of a faun found there. It is thought to be
possibly based on a wall painting done in 315 B.C.E., Hellenistic Period by a Greek artist named
Philoxenos of Eretria because it matches a description of the painting written by Pliny.
The mosaic is approximately 2.72 by 5.13 meters (8 feet 11 inches high and 16 feet and 10
inches) long. It is currently housed in the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Italy. It
consisted of over one and a half million tesserae (From the Greek word tesseres which means
square .), or small pieces of colored stone and glass, none larger than 4 mm, in four colors: white,
yellow, red, and black. Several of the colors seen in the mosaic are the natural color of the marble
pieces. The minuteness of the tesserae enables noticeably quality detail and painterly outcomes,
including noteworthy pics of Alexander and Darius.
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Alexander defeated the Persian leader doubly, initial at the 333 B.C. Battle of Issus, and 2 years
later at the Battle of Gaugamela. Alexander the wonderful led his Greek and Macedonian forces
to victory over the Persian army. The work is historically believed to point out the Battle of
Issus. The war of Issus (333 BC) become a turning factor in ancient history due to the fact the
ruler of Persia (Darius III) is ordering a retreat of his troops. This piece is preference of difficulty
be counted and naturalism ultimately shows the Roman appreciation for Greek art. Alexander isn t
represented in his typical type here, as associate incarnation of Zeus, Greek deity or Apollo with
long ringlets and soft, perfect options, however is additional
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Romeo And Juliet Research Paper
William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 in Stratford upon Avon and was baptized in the
Holy Trinity Church on April 26, 1564. His name can be spelt in many different ways. He got
married at the age of 18 to Anne Hathaway and had three children, but their third child was the
only one that survived infancy. He pursued in his acting career. His first two poems were Venus
and Adonis , made in 1593, and The Rape of Lucrece , made in 1594. He joined Lord
Chamberlain s company of actors in 1594. He then joined a group of Chamberlain s Men that
would build and operate The Globe (the most famous playhouse of its time.) He wrote 30 more
plays in history, comedy, tragedy, and romance. Shakespeare also wrote 152 sonnets (which are 14
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It is about two star cross d lovers whose families, Montague and Capulet, despise each other. They
were supposed to marry two different people, but instead they fall in love with each other at the
Capulet s ball. They secretly got married. Juliet s cousin, Tybalt, challenges Romeo to a duel but
he refuses. Romeo is exiled after the murder of a kinsman in the warring families feud and is
under a penalty of death if he ever returns. Romeo secretly spends the night in Juliet s chamber.
Capulet agrees to marry Juliet to Count Paris and threatened to disown her if she refuses. She
visits Friar Laurence for help, and he offers her a potion that will put her in a death like coma for
two and forty hours. Friar promises to send a messenger to inform Romeo about the plan so he
can reunite with her when she awakens. Juliet takes the drug the night before the wedding and
she is laid in the family crypt when she is found dead. The messenger doesn t reach Romeo and
he is heartbroken. He then buys a potion from an apothecary and goes to the Capulet crypt. Still
believing that Juliet is dead, he drinks the potion. Juliet then awakens and finds Romeo dead. She
then grabs a dagger and stabs herself. The Montague s and Capulet s find them dead and are
reconciled by their children s deaths and agree to end their violent
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Benefits Of Measure Service Quality
Incheon and Hong Kong two of the best ranked airports in the world
Airports are similar to cities in a variety of aspects where to happen many activities such as take
off, landings of aircraft, movement of people and freight. It is important to highlight that
passengers are the essence of the airports operations considering that the primary purpose of the
commercial aviation is to transport customers from one point to another point in a period of time.
In over the past years airports focused only in the departure and arrival of passengers but in the
current years, airports focus their goals beyond transportation of travellers with the purpose to
satisfy their needs. Thus, airports offer a range of services to attract the attention of different type
of customers worldwide. The aim of this essay is to analyse and understand the benefits of measure
service quality due to the high competitiveness of the airport industry, taking as examples two of
the best airports in the world for passengers. The two airports selected are Incheon International
Airport and Hong Kong International Airport that are located in Asia, one of the markets with
more demand of customers these days and in the coming years by International Air Transport
Association (2015). In the direction to enrich the performance of the organisations the need to
measure service quality arises, since it is vital to determine how well an airport is performing
service delivery in order to survive and grow in a dynamic
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The Effectiveness of Octavian in Enlisting Senatorial...
The Effectiveness of Octavian in Enlisting Senatorial Support for his New Administration in the
Period 30 to 19 BC.
Octavian was the son of Gaius Octavius, a senator, but was the adopted son of Julius Caesar.
Essentially Octavian, or Augustus as he became known as in 27BC, was a conservative republican.
This is shown by Res Gestae Divi Augusti (literally the achievements of the Divine August )
paragraph 8: I brought back into use many exemplary practises of our ancestors which were
disappearing in our time. And also by Suetonius The Twelve Caesars, Augustus, chapter 93:
Augustus showed great respect to all ancient and long established foreign rites. The Republican
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However Octavian did not realise this at first and he illegally created himself consul: At the age of
19 he created himself consul, marched on Romeas if it were an enemy city ... to demand that the
appointment [of consul] should be confirmed. When the Senate hesitated to obey ... a centurion ...
displayed the hilt of his sword and boldly said If you do not make him consul, this will! (Suetonius
26). But how were these aims to fit into the fact that Octavian wanted to remain in power, and not
be too obvious about this fact?
Following the death of Julius Caesar, on the 27th of November in 43BC Titius, a tribune passed the
lex titia in the tribunal assembly. This was a law appointing Anthony, Lepidus and Octavian
triumvirs for 5 years, but this time could be lengthened. This was the technique of a populares,
rather than being passed by the Senate and being Optimates. The Triumvirs were clever in the fact
that they did not advertise the unconstitutional position of dictator. The leader of the three men to
rule was Antony a leading Caesarean and so therefore a populares. The constitutional position stood
against the ideals of the Roman Republic and therefore brought an end to the Roman Republic. This
was unacceptable from the point of view of a conservative republican senator. They immediately set
to work getting
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Ozymandias Figurative Language Essay
Poetry of any era furthers our understanding of the current world. This is because many of the
issues we once faced, we still face today. In this short essay I will compare and contrast figurative
language in two poems. The first of which will be Ozymandias by Percy Shelley written in 1818;
and the second of which, will be Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats written a year later in 1819.
Ode to a Nightingale explores the themes of mortality and impermanence. In Shelley s work,
Ozymandias examines the themes of power and mortality. The first thing I have noticed is that both
have a strong focus ancient civilizations and a distinct focal point on the ancient Greeks and
Romans.
In Greek myth, a young woman named Philomela, whose tongue was cut out by her rapist to
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He alludes to the Lethe, the Greek underworld river of immortality in his first stanza. I believe
the speaker says this because he believes the wine speaks about has mystical powers that will
allow him to live forever. He does not mean this literally of course, but instead it will bring him
into the care free state of the nightingale. Through its imagery, the speakers want (need?) is
conveyed for a drug/drink induced state. It seems as though the speaker wants this so that he can
feel some sort of connection with the Nightingale and nature. The speaker s mood changes and in
the fourth stanza he does not want to turn back to drinking and instead wants to fly on the, wings of
poesy (33). Meaning that he has found his salvation in poetry rather than drink. The speaker s
awareness of the real world pulls him back from his fantasy world of drink joy. He understands that
he cannot become the nightingale as the human world is not withdrawable and mortality is
inescapable. At the same time the poem Ozymandias also uses imagery to convey its
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Illuminating Human Attachment In Ernest Hemingway s A...
A Farewell to Arms In Ernest Hemingway s fiction book A Farewell to Arms the reader follows
protagonist Frederic Henry through his continuously winding journey. This colorful wartime book
possesses many themes, but contrary to the idea hinted behind Joel Armstrong s literary criticism A
Powerful Beacon LoveIlluminating Human Attachment in Hemingway s A Farewell to Arms
love is
not the central theme of the book. The topic that does reoccur and therefore proposes itself as
the central principle, however, is the idea associated behind the process of healing from pain. In
the book, both Frederic Henry and Catherine Barkley had to fight against pain during the times
when Barkley loses her first lover, when Henry suffers from the trench mortar trauma, and when
Henry bids farewell to the dying Barkley. In the opening pages of the book, Hemingway did a
fantastic job in highlighting Barkley s grief for her lost lover. Notably, Barkley had never met
Henry before, but with his mention of the stick which belonged to her fiance, she instinctively
talked with anguish. He was a very nice boy. He was going to marry me and he was killed in the
Somme... He could have had anything he wanted if I would have known (Hemingway 18 19).
Even so, the next night she would allow Henry to give her a kiss. Oh, darling, she said. You will
be good to me, won t you? (Hemingway 27). To many this would have appeared to be a romantic
scene, but in reality, however, Barkley s mind is elsewhere;
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The Patriot Movie Historical Accuracy
The Patriot The movie, The Patriot, was released in the year 2000. It is a drama/action film that
relates to the American Revolutionary War. Although the plot of the movie is fictional there are
many aspects that relate to what happened in the war, but some have discrepancies. The Patriot is
the story of a South Carolina plantation owner, Benjamin Martin, who is played by Mel Gibson.
It is more a story of a family during the war then the war itself. When all of the men from
Charleston gathered to the town meeting to discuss whether they should join the war effort and
separate with England or not, Martin speaks of taxation without representation, which in fact was a
major factor in the war. To me, this proves that the movie tried to be as factual to history as
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They had already lost their mother; he was all they had left. When William Tavington, a ruthless
British Colonel, kills one of his sons and takes another prisoner, he is left with no choice but to
fight for the colonies freedom. Benjamin Martin s character is supposedly based on Francis
Marion, who was a heartless murderer. Martin uses guerilla warfare to stop the British from
getting supplies and attack outposts in order to slow General Charles Cornwallis from joining the
British troops in the North. Although the purpose of the movie is to entertain the audience, it can
also be viewed as history. It does follow historical events from the beginning of the Revolutionary
War. However, many details have been altered to create drama and action for the viewer s
entertainment. One scene in the movie that was created solely for the purpose of entertainment is
when the British grouped many colonists and locked them inside of a church that they then set on
fire, burning them all alive. This never occurred in history because something of such matter would
have been printed in every history
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The Essential Father By Louise Silverstein And Carl Auerbach
Hang up the baseball glove and put away the bedtime stories. No need to take that long walk with
your daughter or have that long talk with your son. Keep the advice and hugs to yourself, and don
t worry about coming home. If you re a father, you re no longer wanted or needed in 21st century
America.
This news may come as a shock with another Father s Day upon us, but it s just some of what
Louise Silverstein and Carl Auerbach concluded in a jaw dropping study on fathers and fatherhood
aptly titled Deconstructing the Essential Father. Published in American Psychologist, a journal of
the American Psychological Association, the study s radical conclusions further undermine what
was once beyond debate the idea that fathers play a crucial role in the health of families and
children. Still sending shockwaves through public policy circles more than a year after its initial
publication, the study is just one of countless indicators that Dad is an endangered species.
Dangerous Dads? Chipping away at some of our most basic conceptions of parenting, the APA study
declares that fathers are not essential to child well being; the institution of marriage does not serve
the broader interests of society; divorce is not necessarily harmful to children; fathers contribute
nothing special to child development; and the traditional family unit headed by a mother and father
is not any better at protecting children than anything else. In other
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Bohemian Rhapsody Literary Devices
Bohemian Rhapsody Queen The song can be interpreted to that of a youthful man has to come
face to face with his actions after confessing to shooting another man. The song follows a young
man that has confessed to murdering another man. During the song you hear all of the emotional
pain he goes through as he faces the penalties of his wrong doing. Halfway through the song the
culprit pleads for no sympathy as he receives his final fate. Towards the end the man rebels against
his final fate before accepting it and going forward with it. In the introduction of the song the
culprit questions his life and the choices he has made. But the truth is that we cannot close our eyes
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But towards the end of it he is then referred to as a man. Throughout the song a transformation
has happened to the boy where he has metaphorically committed suicide and in return become
older and a man. During this metaphorical transformation he has also changed himself from the
evil life he was living and become a good person. The Catholic Church believes that: 1755 A
morally good act requires the goodness of the object, of the end, and of the circumstances
together. An evil end corrupts the action, even if the object is good in itself (such as praying and
fasting in order to be seen by men ). The object of the choice can by itself vitiate an act in its
entirety. There are some concrete acts such as fornication that it is always wrong to choose,
because choosing them entails a disorder of the will, that is, a moral evil. The Catholic Church
believes that for someone to be considered good they must be a good person that demonstrates a
good behaviour, good thoughts and good morals. For someone to be classified as evil they can be
a good person demonstrating evil thoughts, evil acts and evil morals or an evil person
demonstrating evil thoughts, evil acts and evil morals. This can be such things as praying and
going to church just to be seen by
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Gregor Jordan s Two Hands
Usually when I think of Australian cinema, the first couple of movies that come to mind are the
Mad Max films, Crocodile Dundee and Strictly Ballroom. These are all great Australian classics but
I find that there s one movie that perfectly encapsulates the true Australian culture through a
simplistic story.
For me it s Gregor Jordan s, Two Hands released in 1999, an amusing yet interesting filmwhich
features a young Heath Ledger playing the role of Jimmy, a bouncer at a nightclub in Kings Cross
who wants to be accepted by the gangster boss Pando, played by Bryan Brown. Eventually Jimmy
has a chance to prove himself to Pando by delivering ten thousand dollars to an address in Bondi,
however by a series of unfortunate events, the person collecting
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Contemporary Art Homework
For my first passport assignment for anthropology, my friend and I visited the Scottsdale Museum
of Contemporary Art Museum (SMOCA). They had just revamped the place to represent woman
artists from Aboriginal Australia. The exhibit was called Marking the Infinite . There were nine
female artists in the exhibition who gave a glimpse into the diverse contemporary art practice of
Aboriginal Australia. Their names are Nonggirrnga Marawili, Wintjiya Napaltjarri, Yukultji
Napangati, Angela Pwerle, Carlene West, Regina Pilawuk Wilson, Lena Yarinkura, Gulumbu
Yunupingu, and Nyapanyapa Yunupingu. They use their art to empower their all around respective
communities and speak to universal contemporary themes. From all over different areas of Australia,
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For example, artist Lena Yarinkura began to experiment by using weaving to create representational
forms such as animals and regional spirit figures supernatural creatures or ancestral beings that
inhabited her country. Another artist, Carlene West underwent a rapid transformation; formal
symbolic and narrative elements receded, giving way to more expressive painting. Her paintings
offer a metaphor for the connection between place and indigenous identity. Anthropologist John
Carty notes that, Carlene s marks are the traces of meaningful action; of the actions that made the
world, and that continue to make the world meaningful; of the artist becoming an ancestor. Most of
her art represents herself, her lifestyle or traditions; she puts meanings and backstories in her
paintings for example to let the public know what she has been through. They represent themes that
are universal contemporary, and tell the native understandings from the twenty first century. Lastly,
seen at the exhibit were Larrakitj poles. Larrakitj were created by the people of Yolngu to hold
bones of the dead. These poles were somewhat symmetrical, hollow and made out of eucalyptus
trees. The surface of the pole was decorated with a detailed painting that represented the guide of
the deceased leading them to their spiritual
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IDEA Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Essay
In 1991 the Public Law 94 142, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act was replaced by
the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This law was passed to provide free and
appropriate public education to every child with a disability. It requires that each child with a
disability have access to the program best suited to that child s special needs which is as close as
possible to a normal child s educational program (Martin, 1978). The Individualized education
program (IEP) was developed to help provide a written record of students needs and procedures
for each child that receives special education services. The IEP will list all the services to be
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Until that time, many states had laws that excluded children with certain types of disabilities
from attending public school. These included children who were blind, deaf and children labeled
emotionally disturbed or mentally retarded. Many of these children lived at state institutions
where they received limited or no educational services. Having a disability does not
automatically qualify a student for special education services under the IDEA. The disability
must result in the student needing additional or different services to participate in school. For
example, a child who is diagnosed autistic. Children with disabilities who qualify for special
education are also automatically protected by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and
under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Research shows that the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 shifted the focus of IDEA to improve teaching
and learning by emphasizing the individual educational plan as a primary tool for educational
planning. This increased the role of parents in educational decision making. Part B of this law
provided resources and services for children ages 3 through 5 with developmental delays or those
with an identified disability. Part C of IDEA authorizes financial assistance to support the needs of
infants and toddlers with disabilities and the needs of their families. Agencies are to provide
comprehensive early intervention services that focus on
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Reflection About Suffering
Introduction
Christians know other Christians are prone to suffering. Non Christians I have spoken to
believe that Christians have a happy life. Non believers believe we do not endure suffering
simply because in their reality, God is personified as a genie; Christians can simply pray for what
they desire in life; examples including money, power, wealth, and the Lord will grant those
desires immediately. However, Christians know suffering is inevitable. From a theological
standpoint, suffering is defined as: the experience of physical pain and mental distress. ( suffering
) If individuals were to evaluate suffering from a Christian perspective, we must realize categories
that come with suffering. First, suffering is the consequence of the flawed nature of creation.
Second, suffering is the direct consequence of one s violation of God s laws. Third, suffering can
be good for our faith, and finally suffering is embedded in truth, Christianity, and within the church.
Historical Development
Before looking at the categories which formulate suffering, I would like to look at Christian
authors who agreed with my categories of suffering and who also sparked my inspiration for
evaluating suffering from a believer s viewpoint.
The first author is John Bunyan. His book, The Pilgrim s Progress tells the story of Christian, a
pilgrim who journeys from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. The City of Destruction
emulates the world; Celestial City heaven. Christian was
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Character Analysis Of Officer Williams Regalia In Shirley...
The first thing that Jackson ever cared for in his life was to get back his grandmother s regalia
which was stolen years ago as he does feel that Its been a long time since I really cared about
something. (24) Moreover that was the only thing, which actually made him feel connected to his
background and family.
He plans to win it back for his grandmother, where he talks about his mission to officer Williams:
I m on a mission here. I want to be a hero, you know? I want to win it back, like a knight. (24)
Later, his continuous efforts to get back the regalia and also to prove it that it was his
grandmother s at the first place to the pawnbroker shows how crucial it was for him to get the
regalia back. He did remember his family tradition
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New York Times Massacre
The first source is a Newspaper article from The New York Times dated May 5th, 1970, a day
after the shooting. This second hand source is filled with first hand quotes from people who were
there and experienced the shooting. This article also includes the basic information of how
everything happened at that tragic event. This newspaper article was used to tell the people of
America, what tragic event had happened which ended up increasing the antiwar movement
because of the anger that it sparked in Americans and the repression on the first amendment to
freely and peacefully assemble. The New York Times is an extremely reliable source. This article in
particular pertaining to the shooting does not hold many opinions, but only shows the true fact of
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The photographer was John Filo, a student at Kent State university who studied photojournalism.
He was also a staffer of a satellite paper for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. Filo s purpose behind
submitting the photo to the press was to get the word out about probably the most tragic event that
was caused because of the intense anti war movement. He wanted to show people the horror that
took place at Kent State University on May 4th 1970. The value of this picture is exactly that, it is
a picture so it makes it extremely difficult to be subjective. The picture only shows what the
guardsmen did to the protesters and not what the protesters did to them. Of course the extent was
very different since the guardsmen took lives while the protesters only threw rocks; it only shows
the
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Universal Orlando Research Paper
Are you looking for an amazing trip full of fun, surprises, and thrills? Well, when looking for the
best combination of these, Universal Orlando is the top place to go. Whether it s the exciting
twists and turns of the 3 D rides or the drop in your stomach as you are about to come flying
down a rollercoaster, visiting Universal Studios, Orlando, will make memories for a lifetime.
The thrilling and exciting rides, amazing characters and the layout of the two Universal Parks
makes Universal Orlando unique and by far the best theme park to take your next vacation.
Universal Orlando has rides for everyone, whether you prefer less jarring rides or if you love the
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There are so many characters and different parts of the park that are based on fun characters that
no other theme park has. Harry Potter fans will absolutely love the Wizarding World of Harry
Potter. This fantasy land takes the famous Harry Potter books and brings everything to life.
There are multiple rides that are in Wizarding World of Harry Potter that make you feel like you
are in the movie. Universal does an amazing job with the scenery and keeping the magic of
Harry Potter alive. No other theme park has the incredible world that Universal created for
Harry Potter. Because of a clever licensing agreement, Universal also has the world of Marvel
section at Islands of Adventure, even though Disney owns Marvel. This amazing world has so
many rides that are based on the characters you know and love. You can expect to see the Marvel
characters all around the park. Plus, the Hulk roller coaster ride is far superior to anything the
Disney Parks or Six Flags have. As many characters as Disney has, Universal has a larger variety
of characters that are in many other movies like Despicable Me, the Simpsons, Harry Potter,
Jurassic Park, and
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Juror 4
As is known to all, people always have different views on one issue because of the different
understanding of objective things and personal experience. And that maybe why there is a great
number of conflicts in this world. People always have a stereotype view of the people who has a
different view with them, and things are even worse when someone is the only one person that
has a different view. A good argument does not mean being the only one who is right, but by
providing a valid explanation. Providing a valid argument is necessary and providing a logical and
reasonable proof to support argument is more persuasive. However, the personalities also play an
important role in the process of the argument because they affect the ways of thinking... Show more
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Juror 4 is an educated and logical man because all of his arguments are based on the facts and
evidence. He also notices some details that other jurors ignored at the beginning. He illustrates
that the murder weapon, which is an unusual carved handle and blade knife is a strong evidence
that proves the boy is the suspect because the knife is so unique and the shop owner also
confirms that the knife the boy has is the only one in stock. And it is not possible that the knife
just fell out from the boy s pocket and someone picked it up and stabbing the victim or someone
else use the exactly same knife to kill boy s father because it is a not possible coincidence. Other
jurors don t accept an incredible coincidence like this as well. After listening to Juror 4 s
argument, however, Davis presents his own argument, which is the coincidence is possible. But
Juror 3 stands out and rejects Davis s argument that he doesn t think it is possible. At this point,
Davis shows other jurors a very similar knife just like the boy s. Davis points out his evidence to
confirm his argument is correct, which is it is possible that someone stabbed a very similar knife
and killed the father, because Davis bought this knife in a shop that is two blocks from the boy s
house. That shows if Davis does, anyone else could buy an exactly same knife. After Davis explains
his argument, even though majority of the jurors still are not convinced by his argument, Juror 2
begins to question the murder weapon because he thinks this is an interesting point to consider
about and Juror 11 says the knife was important to the district attorney, which shows that Davis s
argument attracted some
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Greek Philosopher Plotinus s Enneads
Delaina Storey Pope Huma 1315 February 2, 2016 Enneads 1.6 by Plotinus Summary In Volume 6
of Enneads, the Greek philosopher Plotinus gives his standpoint on what defines beauty. This
passage is noteworthy because of the way it contradicts the aesthetics of his day and age. Plotinus
begins by asking his audience to consider what beauty is. He offers the example of some things
being beautiful by the nature of the objects themselves, and something instead are beautiful by
participation, such as being virtuous (Plotinus 1). He prompts the audience to ask themselves
whether beauty is sensory since one may see or hear things they consider beautiful, what catches the
attention of someone ultimately leading to a feeling of attraction to certain things (Plotinus 1)?...
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Plotinus refers to the other philosophers of his time stating, nearly everyone says that it is good
proportion of the parts to the whole, with the addition of the parts to the whole, with the addition of
good colour which produces visible beauty... and defines being beautiful as being well proportioned
and measured (Plotinus 1). Plotinus first rebuttal is, if beauty lies in being well proportioned, then
it is the parts put together properly that makes something beautiful so that the parts themselves
would not hold any beauty. He illustrates this by stating the parts will not have the property of
beauty by themselves, but will contribute to the beauty of the whole. He gives examples of simple
parts that are beautiful on their own such as, though an entire song is beautiful, one note may hold
beauty all the same (Plotinus 1). Plotinus strengthens his argument by asking where knowledge and
virtue, two beautiful things, were to fit into the common Greek aesthetic. Knowledge and virtue
cannot be of good proportion yet we still consider these beautiful, do we not (Plotinus
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Executive Director Of The Harvard Business School...
According to Christina L. Darwall, executive director of the Harvard Business School California
Research Center, Built to flip is an essential element of competing in the new economy,
successful businesses are necessarily to be short in time. (Palowski, 2000) In the 21st century,
there is a rising impatience within the economy. Investors are no longer interested in long term
and sustaining companies, but most of the businesses are aiming to do quickly and get acquired
within a short period, which are the Build to flip companies. (Collin, 2000; p. 1) Under the
culture of entitlement, managers now see themselves are entitled to make money, and in a case
that The faster I go, the faster I feel I need to go . (Thrift, 2000; p. 26) As well as the rapid growth
of consumer demand, leads to the massive expansion in customer service entitlements. (2014,
Lecture 4; p. 8) This is an unquestionable sign of a boom in decay. (Thrift, 2000; p. 26) In addition,
impermanence is a feature in different phenomenon, and everything will come to the stage of
deterioration. (Zsolnai, 2014; p. 63) If it was permanent in everything, we do not have to make
choices, judgments, responsibilities and entitlements. (2014, Lecture 9; p. 1) Yet, the successes of
mass production and consumption in the new economy seem cause us entirely forgot to notify
finitude and limits of the whole world. This problem would be a threat in our future and the next
generation.
Population does consistently increase while
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  • 1. Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship Essay Questions 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help fromHelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship Essay QuestionsJackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship Essay Questions
  • 2. Estj Extraversion Analysis Results from my Jung Typology Testв„ў turned out that I am an ESTJ Extravert 1%: marginal or no preference of Extraversion over Introversion, Sensing 3%: marginal or no preference of Sensing over Intuition, Thinking 9%: slight preference of Thinking over Feeling, and Judging 34%: moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving. However, because I have a marginal or no preference of Extraversion over Introversion, as well as marginal or no preference of Sensing over Intuition. The test results indicated that characteristics of more than one personality type may apply to me: ENTJ: Extraverted Thinking, Introverted iNtuition, Extraverted Sensing and Introverted Feeling, ISTJ: Introverted Sensing, Extraverted Thinking and Extraverted Intuition and INTJ: Introverted iNtuition, Extraverted Thinking, Introverted Feeling and Extraverted Sensing1.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ESTJ s also have an acute awareness for convention, encourage work ethic and are opinionated, have high principles, and are capable of making hard decisions. After reading the functional analysis of the INTJ, ISTJ and INTJ I don t think that I fit into any of those categories, so I m not going to dive into their characteristics and waste anyone s time with irrelevant prattle. Information of what personality type I fit into can help me ascertain and employ my strengths in order to complete tasks even when I am doing job duties that I find tedious and boring and aren t a favorite part of my job. Now that I know what personality type I am, I am able to determine the reasons that I had an unsatisfactory fit in previous jobs and search for positions that are work better with my personality ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Model Of Health Care Scenario One Q1. Which model of health would be the most suitable for you to use and why? The practice of health care can be divided into two models in which a health professional may approach their patient. This includes the medical model, where the patient is only viewed as a syndrome, or the host of a disease, or the biopsychosocial model (BPS), which was developed by George L. Engel in 1977.1 The BPS model appreciates the person as a whole, having psychological and socio economic impacts on their health and adherence, as well as the ailment they may or may not be suffering from at any point in time.1 In the case of LH, where it is clear her health and wellbeing is being affected by her lifestyle, it would be more appropriate to approach the situation with the empathetic biopsychosocial model. The health professional is then able to understand LH s health and wellbeing by linking it to her social setting, namely her stress relatedly to her role as a single mother unstable living conditions. They can also appreciate her unwillingness to quit smoking if they connect it to the stress in her life. Understanding how LH s unemployment, homelessness and parenthood affects her ability to adopt good health care, can assist health professionals in developing an individualised health care plan for LH. Q2. Identify some of the barriers to medication adherence for this patient? Using the BPS model, the barriers to medication adherence can be predicted. A significant factor to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Secret Sharer Essay Cameron Davidson Professor Dennis LAL 250 04 10 Sept. 2015 The Secret Sharer Assignment In The Secret Sharer by Joseph Conrad, we as readers are introduced to the captain and a former first mate of another ship who has been arrested for murder of another crew member, whose name is Legatt. We learn of the captain s elaborate plan to hide Legatt to avoid his capture. First, he takes Legatt, the arrested first mate, under his wing and instead of arresting him, like he should, he tells him to hide in his quarters, and throughout the tale, we see Legatt nearly being captured multiple times, such as when the captain is asked where his coat is, and one of his crewmen reply that it was in his quarters in the bathroom, to which the captain suddenly goes into a cold sweat, worrying he might be found out if Legatt is seen. Legatt and the captain appear as doubles because the captain, feeling sorry for Legatt, decides to give him clothing of his to wear for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Walking to the taffrail, I was in time to make out, on the very edge of a darkness thrown by a towering black mass like the very gateway of Erebus yes, I was in time to catch an evanescent glimpse of my white hat left behind to mark the spot where the secret sharer of my cabin and of my thoughts, as though he were my second self, had lowered himself into the water to take his punishment: a free man, a proud swimmer striking out for a new destiny. (Conrad 193) What does this mean?: In short, the captain remembers the person who was in his cabin, Legatt, and since he was a former first mate, he is similar to the captain. The last line signifies that Legatt has moved on to a new life. Throughout the story, we see the captain refer to Legatt as his second self, or double, but I think that the reason that he calls him double is because he s looking at himself and who he used to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Caryl Churchill’s play Far Away and Jane Taylorв Ђ™s Ubu and... Caryl Churchill s play Far Away and Jane Taylor s Ubu and the Truth Commission Caryl Churchill s play Far Away and Jane Taylor s Ubu and the Truth Commission are two plays that both concern violent, corrupt political systems, but each playwright goes about confronting these issues in a quite different style. Jane Taylor structures her work with an omniscient perspective that allows the audience to see the reality of what is happening at all times, while Churchill utilizes a limited perspective that leaves the audience as unaware of the truth as her characters. These approaches result in two plays that are very different in character, but at the same time, both of the works successfully create a similar uneasy, frightening atmosphere ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Though one of the most prominent themes of Far Away is also truth, the audience views the action of the play from a completely different perspective than in Ubu. From the beginning of the play to the end, we sense that something is wrong, that something malicious is being covered up, but we are never fully aware of what that is. We may let our imaginations wander, but in the end we can never know exactly what the government is doing. Churchill purposely puts us in this position by showing us fragments of the lives of the characters. These fragments may be important moments, but they are nonetheless incomplete. Also, they are immersed in the world that characters live in; in other words, we see everything from the characters points of view. Therefore we see not the actual truth of the situation but only what Joan, Harper, and Todd believe, and their beliefs are skewed by the oppressive and deceptive nature of the government as well as by their own self deceptions. One manner in which both playwrights explore the theme of truth is through the compliance of the populations (or parts of the populations) with the existing regimes. In Ubu and the Truth Commission, this aspect ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Essay on Organizational Culture Found Within Army Doctrine There are several definitions and applications for organizational culture found within Army doctrine. Through synthesis of L100 readings, organizational culture is a set of institutional norms shared by its people who create a distinctive environment to observe, analyze, and act. Like organizational culture, L100 provides much source material, both literally and figuratively. Commander s actions and examples model organizational climate which influence localized standards of conduct for his or her subordinates which can directly correlate to the health and sustainability of a unit. The similarities between organizational culture and organizational climate within the Army are convergent since it is a virtue based institution... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The organizational culture of the Army and its inherent values system that is as old as the Army is. Even though the current set of Army Values is just now entering its third decade they do well to encompass prior institutional values of Duty, Honor, and Country. Climate lasts only as long as the commander or leader who affects it and therefore, temporary. According to FM 3 0, situational awareness is, immediate knowledge of the conditions of the operation, constrained geographically and in time , and for situational understanding, the product of applying analysis and judgment to relevant information to determine the relationships among the mission variables to facilitate decision making . These two technical definitions do well not to overlap semantics with one another; however they may unnecessarily confuse the user for the sake of an establishing a needless and almost imperceptible analytic hurdle. This coming from an Army doctrine outsider whose service doctrine widely embraces elements of Boyd s Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act (OODA) decision making process. A commander s visualization of the operations process for a particular mission may better articulate organizational climate. It requires the commander and all affected Soldiers in subordinate leadership positions to have a strong understanding of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Erik Erikson s Stages Of Psychosocial Development Current Developmental Stage: According to Erik Erikson s stages of psychosocial development, Neveah is in middle adolescence, which is focused on the conflict of identity verses role confusion (Ashford LeCroy, 2010). The developmental characteristics of middle adolescents include sexual identity, role experimentation, moral development, and self discovery (Ashford LeCroy, 2010). Adolescents are evaluating how they fit into society and more specifically their social sphere. During this time, friends, social groups, and cultural trends greatly impact the adolescent. According to Gibbs (2015), at this stage in development it is critical to be valued and accepted by a peer group. To evaluate Neveah s stage of development, her ethnicity, immigration, and history of childhood abuse must be taken into consideration. According to Ashford and LeCroy (2010), adolescent immigrants face the unique challenge of fulfilling their sense of belonging, while facing issues of acculturation and minority status. As they seek to develop their own identity, they must combine the norms, values, and culture of their minority status and the dominant Caucasian culture (Ashford LeCroy, 2010). Adolescent immigrants face more discrimination as well as are hyper cognizant of their differences in appearance and language (Ashford LeCroy, 2010). According to Chicchetti and Toth (1995), child maltreatment effects the development of attachment and affect regulation. They further state that studies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Definition of Organic Foods Should Be Redefined Essay Organic versus non organic foods are always being debated to whether they are worth the extra cost. This seems to be an easy question, at first, but begs a more in depth analysis to come to a conclusion. Organic definitions can vary by government, company and even individuals. Many people have their own ideas of what organic means. My personal definition, before this research assignment, was that organic products were grown with no pesticides, chemical additives, or preservatives and grown in a humane way. Meaning that if it said 100% organic, that is what was meant. This however, is not the case when it comes to the government s definition of organic, according to T. A. Niewold who wrote, Organic More Healthy; Green Shoots in a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If these claims prove to be true, as some research suggests, then this may be well worth the cost if one can afford them. In the case of the meat we eat, how do we know that it is truly organic (hence the necessity for a more strict definition), and why do we even need it to be? There are several reasons for us to eat organic meat, depending on what the definition ultimately ends up being. One reason to eat organic meat is the fact of the spread of Bovine spongiform encephalopathy or what is more commonly known as Mad Cow Disease. There is a human form of this disease called New Variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease (NCJD). This disease was first brought to light in the 1990 s in Europe by the discovery of link between these two diseases (Freudenrich, 3). If one had lived in Europe in the early 90 s, for at least six months, (as my family and I did) they may have been exposed to this disease. In the past, cows (who are naturally herbivores) were fed remnants of dead and dying sheep. Sheep that possibly had the disease called, Scrapie which is similar to BSE, and could explain the reason for the infection to have started in cows, eventually jumping to humans (Freudenrich, 6). The theory of how this disease came about varies, but one of the most prevalent relates to a protein called a prion . These prions are allowed access to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Importance Of College Internship One of the requirements of Ferris State University to graduate with Bachelor degree in Criminal Justice is all students must complete an internship. I decided to complete my internship at the 17th Circuit Court Family Division located at 1565 Cedar St. My supervisor s name is Jeff Hekman. I have worked with other six interns from Ferris State University, Grand Rapids Community College, and Grand Valley University. We all shared a passion for justice and to help others in our community by mentoring, advising, and guiding in the right direction. This program is for juveniles that are serving their sentences on probation where community serviceis a part of the verdict. Internships provide many benefits to college students. They offer them a chance to learn about a career field from the inside and to gain self confidence. Also, students can learn new things, meet new people, and practice communication, networking, and teamwork skills. These are great additions to the resume when applying for a job. By working hard at an internship, they can demonstrate to potential employers and references that they have initiative and are responsible. Another advantage of completing a college internship is to test a career objective while in the real world. Students can develop good professional work habits and to become acquainted with people employed in professional occupations. An internship can also enhance the self confidence as students learn self reliance and independence and develop ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Recruitment And Selection Process Essay As the business world is ever changing, so is the process that companies use in selecting ideal candidates. The most common way for companies to start the process of filling an open position, is to create a job posting. Job postings are most commonly posted on popular online job websites, such as Glassdoor or Indeed. Many of the companies will also use software that will sift through the thousands of resumes received and select a group of candidates that it feels are ideal for the position. The company will then proceed to interview those candidates. With software that selects resumes based on keywords that are specific to the job, it only makes sense for candidates to tailor their resumes to maximize the opportunity to achieve that initial interview. By creating a variety of resumes and cover letters tailored to specific position openings, one increases his or her opportunity to receive an initial interview and getting hired. Developed and developing economies have caused a shift in the scope of business. As the world as a whole progress , jobs have become more demanding. In our knowledge based economy, value is the product of knowledge and information. Companies cannot generate profits without the ideas, skills, and talent of knowledge workers, and they have to bet on people not technologies, not factories, and certainly not capital (Martin Moldoveanu, 2003, pg. 36). More demanding job requirements have caused companies to only hire the best. Workers now require more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Civil War And The Black Suffrage Post Civil War, Northern women became increasingly active in the Black suffrage movements in the North. They strategized that by enforcing the right of suffrage for African Americans they would automatically receive the right to vote. Their calculations were based off of the hierarchal rules implied by the Jim Crow South. During the Jim Crow Era, segregationists feared that reconstruction would mess with the inherent order of their society by making Black men equal to White men and beneath them allowing Black women to be equal to White women. Their restoration period stressed that the gender/racial hierarchy be preserved as follows: White men, White women, Black men, and then Black women. The Northern women assumed that there was no way they would give Black men the right to vote without giving White women the right to vote first, since they were higher up on Jim Crow s hierarchy. However, their initial plan was unfeasible due to mutual disagreement amongst men in regards to women s suffrage. Even the radical men believed that supporting women s suffrage was pushing things too far and risked the nullification of the fourteenth amendment. Regardless of, they pushed for its ratification. In 1873 Suzan B. Anthony led the women to go up to the polls to cast votes as a form of protest. Their plan was to go to the polls, get turned away, then sue on behalf of the fourteenth amendment which equally protected them. To their dismay, Anthony was not turned away but instead was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Lone Survivor Movie Ethical Dilemma Ethical Dilemma on the Battlefield: Analysis of Lone Survivor Scene Military personnel operating in combat missions must maintain mental and situational awareness of their area of operations. This includes a complete understanding of their physical and doctrinal training. Besides accomplishing their mission, soldiers must also consider the rules of engagement and the personal and professional ethics, values and morals that factor into their decisions in high stress environments (Allen, 2013). Well planned missions will never be executed perfectly. Due to human nature, soldiers may be faced with an ethical dilemma. Ethical dilemma comprises an individual selecting the most effective course of action, identifying the different courses presented and realization that any one principle will be conceded (Allen, 2013). In the movie, Lone Survivor, 4 Navy Seals were conducting recon for a high target value mission in Afghanistan to take out a Taliban leader. During their mission, they encountered two boys and an older man who were herding sheep. To not compromise the mission, the civilians were detained. The language barrier and stress of this unexpected event opened the door for the major ethical dilemma posed in the film. The seals were unsure of the affiliations of these civilians to the Taliban, the consequences to their mission or the treat to their lives. This pivotal scene showcases the conversation between the seals evaluating the multiple courses of action. At which, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Christian Teaching and Discussion About Euthanasia Essay Christian Teaching and Discussion About Euthanasia The word euthanasia comes from two Greek words eu meaning good and thanatos meaning death. Literally it means a good death . Euthanasia is arranging for someone who has an incurable terminal illness to die as quickly and as painlessly as possible. It is the act of purposely aiding someone to die, instead of letting nature take its course. There are four main types of euthanasia these are: Voluntary, Involuntary, Active and Passive. Euthanasia is currently illegal in the UK, but is legal in the Netherlands and the state of Oregon however; it is still a widely discussed topic, which raises many moral questions. In this essay I will be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also the Roman Catholic Church opposes euthanasia because of the strongly taught commandment: Thou shall not kill. To add to that: the Roman Catholic Churchregards the sanctity of life as an extremely important teaching and places the highest value on human life and suffering and pain do not stop life being valuable and is not a reason for ending life, therefore the Church believes that people should leave the dying process to God, not to humans who by allowing euthanasia are, for Roman Catholics, devaluing human life and making it seem disposable. Instead people should die with dignity and let them be loved unconditionally by God until the end of earthly life. Therefore Roman Catholics oppose euthanasia, this is an absolute view. The Church of England s report in 1975 on dying well and the Methodist Church s statement in 1974 both oppose euthanasia. They emphasise the fact that human life is sacred. However Christian views today vary with most Christians not accepting euthanasia. A Christian teaching that can be used for euthanasia is the sanctity of life. Christians believe that all life is given as a gift from God: God made man in his own image, male and female he created them. Gen Therefore because God gave life, it is a gift and it is valuable because humans are made in God s image: God made man in his own image. Gen. Because God created humans ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Civilization Vs. Savagery In The Lord Of The Flies Civilization versus Savagery The Lord of the Flies is a classic novel written by William Golding in the year of 1954. The novel tells the tale of a group of schoolboys who are miraculously marooned on a desert island after their plane crashes. At first the boys attempt to govern themselves and to keep a grasp on civilization and order; In the beginning the island was very much like their home, but eventually this ideology fades into savagery and brutality. The boys resort to theft, torture and even murder. Although The Lord of the Flies depicts many themes and morals, the underlying theme is the battle between the human impulse towards civilization and savagery. This theme is brilliantly and respectively portrayed by battle of the two characters; Jack and Ralph. In the beginning there was only the main protagonist Ralph and Piggy, they soon realise that there is a possibility that there may be other survivors and decide to call the others using a conch shell that Ralph and Piggy had found earlier, Ralph had stopped smiling and was pointing into the lagoon. Something creamy lay among the ferny weeds. [p8] The conch is blown by Ralph ( We can use this to call the others [p9]) Children start to emerge from the bushes including a choir lead by a ginger boy named Jack. Note that they only emerged from hearing the sound of the shell, there were no other instructions, this immediately makes the conch a symbol of law and order. Once everyone is gathered a meeting is called, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Race Relations Between African Americans and Whites... Following what was arguably the most turbulent time in American history; Reconstruction had far reaching effects on a number of areas of life in the United States. In the Deep South, one of the clearest impacts could be seen on racial relations, specifically between whites and newly freed African Americans. Legally, dramatic changes had been made at the federal level, providing African Americans with a host of rights that had never been offered them before. It was no wonder, then, that former slave owners in the South rejected these changes and rights, taking whatever steps necessary to keep African Americans down. The dramatic changes that took place in terms of race relations between African Americans and whites following Reconstruction... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Legally, the passage of the Fifteenth Amendment just a few years after the close of the Civil War, African American men had the right to vote according to the United States Constitution. However, racial relations in the south had deteriorated so greatly that even such constitutionally protected elements of their lives were unable to survive. Whites passed a number of laws designed to disenfranchise African American men, knowing that without the right to vote, the voices of newly freed slaves would not be heard. These laws included such measures as literacy tests, poll taxes, property qualifications, and so called grandfather clauses that denied an individual the right to vote if their grandfather did not vote himself. Race relations in the south had deteriorated so rapidly that even something as basic as voting, something that was to be provided to African American men according to the United States Constitution, was denied them ( The state... , 2011). As individuals living in the north became increasingly disinterested with the plight of African Americans in the south, a political change was made, one that would alter the racial relations between whites and blacks for generations. In 1896, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson that would set the stage for continued segregation in the American south with three simple words: separate but equal. When the Supreme Court ruled that separate facilities for whites and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Systemic Racism In Criminal Justice System Essay Kyle Cruz POLS 202 Steve Horn Research Paper Assignment #4 11/22/14 Systemic Racism in the Criminal Justice System Systemic Racism is a system of inequality based on race. This has been relevant in our country not only since slavery but even in today s standards. Another way to word systemic racism is systemic privilege, or white privilege . The concept of privilege refers to any advantage or ease of living that is unearned, exclusive, and socially bestowed. For instance, white people are generally assumed to be law abiding citizens until they show signs that they aren t. While people of color are predominantly assumed to be criminals or potential criminals until they show that they are not. To further explain, when it comes down to being ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This suggests that Ascriptive Americanism plays a big part in this issue, since white privilege is basically a stratification system where people are placed in positions based on qualities beyond their control such as, skin color, race, gender, etc. Albeit systemic racism is performed relevantly in our society, it shines the most in our criminal justice system. In 2009, a survey showed that blacks were arrested for drug possession more than three times as often as whites, and a survey made in 2011 showed that whites have abused drugs more than blacks (The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive). Yet, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, one out of every 3 black males can expect to go to prison in their lifetime, and 225,000 of the people who were serving time in state prisons for drug offenses in 2011, blacks made up 45 percent while whites comprised of just 30 percent. One must question, why is there a disproportionate number of African Americans in the criminal justice system? Well, the majority of Americans are unaware of this mass incarceration and outright racism in the criminal justice system. When we think of racism, we think of the 1930 s 60 s, slavery, and Jim Crow which come to mind, but what ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Archetype Of Anti Hero Is an anti hero really a bad guy or is the hero or heroine really a good guy but doing good deeds his or her way? Anti heroes sometimes do good deeds because they are heroes right? Some of them are true heroes while others have a more destructive or violent ways to get the job done, no matter what kind of damage they have done to the community which makes them more of a villain. They are mostly heroes with a more violent way to get things done, but some of them are more villainous then the other. The anti hero is a common characterarchetype for the antagonist that has been around since the comedies and tragedies of Greek theater. Unlike the traditional hero who is morally upright and steadfast, the anti hero usually has a flawed moral character. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Dalai Lama Essay Question 1 Buddhism (20 marks) The significant people and schools of thought in Buddhism that have the most impact are those that challenge adherents to follow Buddhist teachings more closely. How accurate is this statement in relation to ONE significant person or school of thought, other than the Buddha. The fourteenth Dalai Lama, also known as the Bodhisattva of Compassion, is one of the most significant religious leaders in the world and is also exceptionally important to Buddhism. He has been especially influential with regards to reinterpreting traditional Buddhist teachings so they are relevant in a more contemporary context and using them to deal with issues that have arisen and effect the Buddhist people. The Dalai ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Through including the religion into the government it meant all state decisions were to be made based on the Buddhist teachings. This encouraged the religion to remain relevant and also meant more people were including their faith in their daily decisions. Through this system of government it also meant that the three Jewels of Buddhism could be included in daily life and the decisions for the state were made with the best intentions and followed the principles of Buddhism. The Dalai Lama has also challenged adherents to accept the fate that is given to them and make the greatest use of their reincarnated form. As a young child he was unable to reject the position of Dalai Lama however he has managed to utilise this position to the best advantage and has bettered the world through this. He has pushed for the bettering of the world for both religious and secular societies. His messages of peace, tolerance and the renunciation of the desires of anger and revenge have resonated with people globally. Through his status as a Bodhisattva His Holiness has also shown that the helping of others to achieve enlightenment is an essential aspect of Buddhism. He has reinterpreted traditional scripture to make it easier for contemporary Buddhist followers to gain enlightenment. He has also published books to enable adherents to gain a deeper and more rounded knowledge of Buddhism and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. What Is The Dream In The American Dream The Dream in Of Mice and Men Of Mice and Men is a novel written by John Steinbeck. The book tells a story of how two opposite individuals, George and Lennie cope with their problems as they travel around California in search of ranch work. Throughout the story Steinbeck displays realism. This category of literature is where the author does not sugar coat life. Steinbeck does not romanticize the natural world or human nature (Curry). In doing so in this type of reality many people have a dream . To give an example, Lennie and George had a dream of owning a shack on a piece of land. Each time these two individuals thought of the dream it creates comfort and security for them because it gave them hope. In Of Mice and Men the dream ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the novel Steinbeck displays the harsh reality of life. He displays/writes life as it was during the depression, the time in which the novel took place in. An example of a character s dream not being achieved is Curley s wife. As said before her dream was to become a movie star. However, her dream was not achieved because supposedly her mother destroyed the letter sent to her by a movie producer. ... he was gonna write to me about it... I never got the letter... I always thought my ol lady stole it, (Steinbeck 88). Nevertheless, us as readers can assume she was catfished or lied to. Curley s wife never got or received the letter because she was not meant to be an actor. In doing so, Curley s wife s dream was never achieved even though she believed she could achieve it. Before Curley s wife was happy when she believed in her dream but after her dream died her life was meaningfulness. That is why she decided to marry Curly because that was her only way to survive during the depression. This is an example of the natural world of human nature. Another example of where The Dream is not achieved is Lennie and George s. As mentioned before Lennie and George have the American Dream to own a piece of land. They try or attempt to save money by working on ranches. No matter how hard these two worked they could not achieve the dream because they would run into problems. Including Lennie causing trouble or not having enough money to own the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Advantages Of Traditional Education Vs. Online Education There are a lot of reasons why Traditional education is better. It isn t because it is what we are accustomed to but due to its promising benefits already shown that is offered to everyone. The chances of improvement in learning at this system would still likely happen because similarly to online education, it updates as well with the media it uses therefore it is ahead online no matter what. Since traditional education means attending face to face classes held at schools, we need to head there physically. One of the things that make it great is because it promotes our physical needs such as by simply walking, looking for transportations, going upstairs, and following proper postures. It includes physical education where we don t only discover ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There s also another way and this is applying for scholarship . This would help a student a lot because they don t have to worry about the expenses and even receive allowance money from the government or the institution. Besides, even if online education may offer early completion of studies, it will lack due to the limitations it possess in offering much broader information unlike in traditional where in each day you can learn a whole lot. Also at online education, it may save a lot of money but are prone to technical errors and possible difficulty in accessibility. In a longer amount of time, not only you ll be given a lot of credible data but opportunities to improve skills via extracurricular ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Assay Lab Report ADAM ANDERSONBIOLOGY SAE01 Experimental investigation into variable heat on Rennin enzyme acitivity and Protien from Milk. 1.1 Experiment on variable Heat effects on Enzyme activity reaction with Protien. Independent variables are the Rennin, Milk solution, and buffer solution. Also time of observations. Dependent variables are the temperature, being 4o, 20 25o, 35 40o, 55 60o and 80 85o. 1.2 I predict that the fastest reaction should be in the 35 40o sample, based on mammal inner core temperature. I predict the 4o sample will have minimal if any reaction and the 80 85o sample will have no reaction as the protien has been denatured by the heat. 1.3 The investigation is showing how enzymes work inside a mammal s stomach. Rennin is the enzyme found in young mammals and has more effect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... pH levels are a factor, as most enzymes work in a alkaline environment ( Human body is alkaline based). Temperature, which is being investigated, is also a factor. 2.1 METHOD: Dependent variables are the temperature, being 4o, 20 25o, 35 40o, 55 60o and 80 85o. Temperature variables Controlled Measured by: COLD (4o)= Using Fridge for Milk Sample ( stored directly in Fridge) ROOM (20 25o)=Stored directly in Room Container. BODY (35 40o)=Used Incubator to maintain standard temperature. HOT (55 60o)=Water Bath, using Thermometer and reviewed. DEAD (80 85o)=Water Bath , using Thermometer and reviewed. PROTIEN: Milk Powder Made to ensure same Protien in each sample, +/ normal human error. BUFFER USED: 6M H.Cl will be used to substitute the Stomach Acid, as the buffer for a reaction to occur. TIMED TO REVIEW MEASURE REACTION : Using stop watch, noted every 15 seconds, and a maximum of 5 Minutes for each sample.
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  • 23. The Relationship Connecting the Sociology of Religion and... Berger provides insight into the study of the sociology of religion. Berger is particularly interested in the social construction of religion as perpetuated by humankind and the dichotomies of the secular and the religious. As a component of social reality, religion, according to Peter Berger, is a dialectical phenomenon (3). Society is a dialectic phenomenon in that it is a humanproduct, and nothing but a human product, that yet continuously acts back upon its producer. Society is a product of man. Religionemerges out of human beings as part of an ordered and meaningful social reality and in turn, humans emerge out of this socially constructed world. Berger parses the dialectical phenomenon into three concepts: externalization,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The ordered structure of culture becomes the ordered structure of individual human consciousness. The languages, values, meanings, and institutions of society become the languages, values, meanings, and institutions of the individual person. Through internalization, humans become a product of society. By the ordering of experience, humanity imposes nomos, or meaningful order, upon the social world by both objective by institutions and subjective by consciousness constructs. When this nomos is instinctually assumed either cosmologically or anthropologically it is endowed with a stability deriving from more powerful sources that the historical efforts of human beings (25). Humans have a need for and impose nomos on their existence or reality. Without nomos people would perceive reality to be anomic; it would lack order and meaning; it would be utter chaos. A central function of religion is to protect the individual from anomy; religion makes reality ordered and understandable. Here religion enters the social world as a human enterprise by which a sacred world is established. He begins by examining the role of religion in the construction of the social world. Berger ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Exchanges with Industry Before Receipt of Proposals (4-4) Exchanges With Industry Before Receipt of Proposals (4 4) Part 15 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) prescribes [the] policies and procedures governing competitive and noncompetitive negotiated acquisitions. One component of negotiated acquisitions that occurs early in the acquisition process is the solicitation of proposals. FAR 15.201, titled, Exchanges with Industry before Receipt of Proposals, regulates the type and manner of communications, also sometimes referred to as exchanges, which can and cannot take place between the Government and potential suppliers prior to the receipt of a potential supplier s proposal and the subsequent award of a contract. This paper will address a few of the various types and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This fact is stated plainly and directly even in the FAR itself, where it is written, Agencies are encouraged to promote early exchange of information about future acquisitions. Exchanges are beneficial to all parties involved in the acquisition process, and there are a number of reasons why such exchanges are beneficial. As the regulations explain at FAR 15.201(b), some of these benefits include an improved understanding of the Government s requirements for the potential suppliers, and also an improved understanding of a potential supplier s capabilities by the Government. Additionally, exchanges between Government and potential suppliers can help the Government firm up or finalize their acquisition plan and source selection strategy for a particular procurement by enabling them to determine things such as, proposed contract type, terms and conditions, and acquisition planning schedules, as well as, the feasibility of the requirement, including performance requirements, statements of work, and data requirements. I. TYPES OF EXCHANGES The FAR lists a number of ways in which exchanges between Government and Industry might occur prior to the issuance of a contract award. Examples of these types of exchanges include, Pre Solicitation Conferences and Industry Days; Pre Proposal Conferences; and One on One Meetings with Potential Offerors. A. Pre Solicitation Conference / Industry Day The Defense Acquisition University s (DAU) Glossary of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Pliny s The Alexander Mosaic The Alexander Mosaic is a Roman floor mosaic that dates from c. 100 B.C. It is discovered in the city of Pompeii which was preserved in ash after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. It was found in the House of Faun, named after the bronze statue of a faun found there. It is thought to be possibly based on a wall painting done in 315 B.C.E., Hellenistic Period by a Greek artist named Philoxenos of Eretria because it matches a description of the painting written by Pliny. The mosaic is approximately 2.72 by 5.13 meters (8 feet 11 inches high and 16 feet and 10 inches) long. It is currently housed in the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Italy. It consisted of over one and a half million tesserae (From the Greek word tesseres which means square .), or small pieces of colored stone and glass, none larger than 4 mm, in four colors: white, yellow, red, and black. Several of the colors seen in the mosaic are the natural color of the marble pieces. The minuteness of the tesserae enables noticeably quality detail and painterly outcomes, including noteworthy pics of Alexander and Darius. The reality that the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Alexander defeated the Persian leader doubly, initial at the 333 B.C. Battle of Issus, and 2 years later at the Battle of Gaugamela. Alexander the wonderful led his Greek and Macedonian forces to victory over the Persian army. The work is historically believed to point out the Battle of Issus. The war of Issus (333 BC) become a turning factor in ancient history due to the fact the ruler of Persia (Darius III) is ordering a retreat of his troops. This piece is preference of difficulty be counted and naturalism ultimately shows the Roman appreciation for Greek art. Alexander isn t represented in his typical type here, as associate incarnation of Zeus, Greek deity or Apollo with long ringlets and soft, perfect options, however is additional ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Romeo And Juliet Research Paper William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 in Stratford upon Avon and was baptized in the Holy Trinity Church on April 26, 1564. His name can be spelt in many different ways. He got married at the age of 18 to Anne Hathaway and had three children, but their third child was the only one that survived infancy. He pursued in his acting career. His first two poems were Venus and Adonis , made in 1593, and The Rape of Lucrece , made in 1594. He joined Lord Chamberlain s company of actors in 1594. He then joined a group of Chamberlain s Men that would build and operate The Globe (the most famous playhouse of its time.) He wrote 30 more plays in history, comedy, tragedy, and romance. Shakespeare also wrote 152 sonnets (which are 14 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is about two star cross d lovers whose families, Montague and Capulet, despise each other. They were supposed to marry two different people, but instead they fall in love with each other at the Capulet s ball. They secretly got married. Juliet s cousin, Tybalt, challenges Romeo to a duel but he refuses. Romeo is exiled after the murder of a kinsman in the warring families feud and is under a penalty of death if he ever returns. Romeo secretly spends the night in Juliet s chamber. Capulet agrees to marry Juliet to Count Paris and threatened to disown her if she refuses. She visits Friar Laurence for help, and he offers her a potion that will put her in a death like coma for two and forty hours. Friar promises to send a messenger to inform Romeo about the plan so he can reunite with her when she awakens. Juliet takes the drug the night before the wedding and she is laid in the family crypt when she is found dead. The messenger doesn t reach Romeo and he is heartbroken. He then buys a potion from an apothecary and goes to the Capulet crypt. Still believing that Juliet is dead, he drinks the potion. Juliet then awakens and finds Romeo dead. She then grabs a dagger and stabs herself. The Montague s and Capulet s find them dead and are reconciled by their children s deaths and agree to end their violent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Benefits Of Measure Service Quality Incheon and Hong Kong two of the best ranked airports in the world Airports are similar to cities in a variety of aspects where to happen many activities such as take off, landings of aircraft, movement of people and freight. It is important to highlight that passengers are the essence of the airports operations considering that the primary purpose of the commercial aviation is to transport customers from one point to another point in a period of time. In over the past years airports focused only in the departure and arrival of passengers but in the current years, airports focus their goals beyond transportation of travellers with the purpose to satisfy their needs. Thus, airports offer a range of services to attract the attention of different type of customers worldwide. The aim of this essay is to analyse and understand the benefits of measure service quality due to the high competitiveness of the airport industry, taking as examples two of the best airports in the world for passengers. The two airports selected are Incheon International Airport and Hong Kong International Airport that are located in Asia, one of the markets with more demand of customers these days and in the coming years by International Air Transport Association (2015). In the direction to enrich the performance of the organisations the need to measure service quality arises, since it is vital to determine how well an airport is performing service delivery in order to survive and grow in a dynamic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Effectiveness of Octavian in Enlisting Senatorial... The Effectiveness of Octavian in Enlisting Senatorial Support for his New Administration in the Period 30 to 19 BC. Octavian was the son of Gaius Octavius, a senator, but was the adopted son of Julius Caesar. Essentially Octavian, or Augustus as he became known as in 27BC, was a conservative republican. This is shown by Res Gestae Divi Augusti (literally the achievements of the Divine August ) paragraph 8: I brought back into use many exemplary practises of our ancestors which were disappearing in our time. And also by Suetonius The Twelve Caesars, Augustus, chapter 93: Augustus showed great respect to all ancient and long established foreign rites. The Republican system was based on a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However Octavian did not realise this at first and he illegally created himself consul: At the age of 19 he created himself consul, marched on Romeas if it were an enemy city ... to demand that the appointment [of consul] should be confirmed. When the Senate hesitated to obey ... a centurion ... displayed the hilt of his sword and boldly said If you do not make him consul, this will! (Suetonius 26). But how were these aims to fit into the fact that Octavian wanted to remain in power, and not be too obvious about this fact? Following the death of Julius Caesar, on the 27th of November in 43BC Titius, a tribune passed the lex titia in the tribunal assembly. This was a law appointing Anthony, Lepidus and Octavian triumvirs for 5 years, but this time could be lengthened. This was the technique of a populares, rather than being passed by the Senate and being Optimates. The Triumvirs were clever in the fact that they did not advertise the unconstitutional position of dictator. The leader of the three men to rule was Antony a leading Caesarean and so therefore a populares. The constitutional position stood against the ideals of the Roman Republic and therefore brought an end to the Roman Republic. This was unacceptable from the point of view of a conservative republican senator. They immediately set to work getting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Ozymandias Figurative Language Essay Poetry of any era furthers our understanding of the current world. This is because many of the issues we once faced, we still face today. In this short essay I will compare and contrast figurative language in two poems. The first of which will be Ozymandias by Percy Shelley written in 1818; and the second of which, will be Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats written a year later in 1819. Ode to a Nightingale explores the themes of mortality and impermanence. In Shelley s work, Ozymandias examines the themes of power and mortality. The first thing I have noticed is that both have a strong focus ancient civilizations and a distinct focal point on the ancient Greeks and Romans. In Greek myth, a young woman named Philomela, whose tongue was cut out by her rapist to prevent her from telling anyone about her molestation; was turned into a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He alludes to the Lethe, the Greek underworld river of immortality in his first stanza. I believe the speaker says this because he believes the wine speaks about has mystical powers that will allow him to live forever. He does not mean this literally of course, but instead it will bring him into the care free state of the nightingale. Through its imagery, the speakers want (need?) is conveyed for a drug/drink induced state. It seems as though the speaker wants this so that he can feel some sort of connection with the Nightingale and nature. The speaker s mood changes and in the fourth stanza he does not want to turn back to drinking and instead wants to fly on the, wings of poesy (33). Meaning that he has found his salvation in poetry rather than drink. The speaker s awareness of the real world pulls him back from his fantasy world of drink joy. He understands that he cannot become the nightingale as the human world is not withdrawable and mortality is inescapable. At the same time the poem Ozymandias also uses imagery to convey its ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Illuminating Human Attachment In Ernest Hemingway s A... A Farewell to Arms In Ernest Hemingway s fiction book A Farewell to Arms the reader follows protagonist Frederic Henry through his continuously winding journey. This colorful wartime book possesses many themes, but contrary to the idea hinted behind Joel Armstrong s literary criticism A Powerful Beacon LoveIlluminating Human Attachment in Hemingway s A Farewell to Arms love is not the central theme of the book. The topic that does reoccur and therefore proposes itself as the central principle, however, is the idea associated behind the process of healing from pain. In the book, both Frederic Henry and Catherine Barkley had to fight against pain during the times when Barkley loses her first lover, when Henry suffers from the trench mortar trauma, and when Henry bids farewell to the dying Barkley. In the opening pages of the book, Hemingway did a fantastic job in highlighting Barkley s grief for her lost lover. Notably, Barkley had never met Henry before, but with his mention of the stick which belonged to her fiance, she instinctively talked with anguish. He was a very nice boy. He was going to marry me and he was killed in the Somme... He could have had anything he wanted if I would have known (Hemingway 18 19). Even so, the next night she would allow Henry to give her a kiss. Oh, darling, she said. You will be good to me, won t you? (Hemingway 27). To many this would have appeared to be a romantic scene, but in reality, however, Barkley s mind is elsewhere; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Patriot Movie Historical Accuracy The Patriot The movie, The Patriot, was released in the year 2000. It is a drama/action film that relates to the American Revolutionary War. Although the plot of the movie is fictional there are many aspects that relate to what happened in the war, but some have discrepancies. The Patriot is the story of a South Carolina plantation owner, Benjamin Martin, who is played by Mel Gibson. It is more a story of a family during the war then the war itself. When all of the men from Charleston gathered to the town meeting to discuss whether they should join the war effort and separate with England or not, Martin speaks of taxation without representation, which in fact was a major factor in the war. To me, this proves that the movie tried to be as factual to history as possible. Originally, Martin... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They had already lost their mother; he was all they had left. When William Tavington, a ruthless British Colonel, kills one of his sons and takes another prisoner, he is left with no choice but to fight for the colonies freedom. Benjamin Martin s character is supposedly based on Francis Marion, who was a heartless murderer. Martin uses guerilla warfare to stop the British from getting supplies and attack outposts in order to slow General Charles Cornwallis from joining the British troops in the North. Although the purpose of the movie is to entertain the audience, it can also be viewed as history. It does follow historical events from the beginning of the Revolutionary War. However, many details have been altered to create drama and action for the viewer s entertainment. One scene in the movie that was created solely for the purpose of entertainment is when the British grouped many colonists and locked them inside of a church that they then set on fire, burning them all alive. This never occurred in history because something of such matter would have been printed in every history ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The Essential Father By Louise Silverstein And Carl Auerbach Hang up the baseball glove and put away the bedtime stories. No need to take that long walk with your daughter or have that long talk with your son. Keep the advice and hugs to yourself, and don t worry about coming home. If you re a father, you re no longer wanted or needed in 21st century America. This news may come as a shock with another Father s Day upon us, but it s just some of what Louise Silverstein and Carl Auerbach concluded in a jaw dropping study on fathers and fatherhood aptly titled Deconstructing the Essential Father. Published in American Psychologist, a journal of the American Psychological Association, the study s radical conclusions further undermine what was once beyond debate the idea that fathers play a crucial role in the health of families and children. Still sending shockwaves through public policy circles more than a year after its initial publication, the study is just one of countless indicators that Dad is an endangered species. Dangerous Dads? Chipping away at some of our most basic conceptions of parenting, the APA study declares that fathers are not essential to child well being; the institution of marriage does not serve the broader interests of society; divorce is not necessarily harmful to children; fathers contribute nothing special to child development; and the traditional family unit headed by a mother and father is not any better at protecting children than anything else. In other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Bohemian Rhapsody Literary Devices Bohemian Rhapsody Queen The song can be interpreted to that of a youthful man has to come face to face with his actions after confessing to shooting another man. The song follows a young man that has confessed to murdering another man. During the song you hear all of the emotional pain he goes through as he faces the penalties of his wrong doing. Halfway through the song the culprit pleads for no sympathy as he receives his final fate. Towards the end the man rebels against his final fate before accepting it and going forward with it. In the introduction of the song the culprit questions his life and the choices he has made. But the truth is that we cannot close our eyes and forget about our actions; evil or good. We must deal with the consequences... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But towards the end of it he is then referred to as a man. Throughout the song a transformation has happened to the boy where he has metaphorically committed suicide and in return become older and a man. During this metaphorical transformation he has also changed himself from the evil life he was living and become a good person. The Catholic Church believes that: 1755 A morally good act requires the goodness of the object, of the end, and of the circumstances together. An evil end corrupts the action, even if the object is good in itself (such as praying and fasting in order to be seen by men ). The object of the choice can by itself vitiate an act in its entirety. There are some concrete acts such as fornication that it is always wrong to choose, because choosing them entails a disorder of the will, that is, a moral evil. The Catholic Church believes that for someone to be considered good they must be a good person that demonstrates a good behaviour, good thoughts and good morals. For someone to be classified as evil they can be a good person demonstrating evil thoughts, evil acts and evil morals or an evil person demonstrating evil thoughts, evil acts and evil morals. This can be such things as praying and going to church just to be seen by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Gregor Jordan s Two Hands Usually when I think of Australian cinema, the first couple of movies that come to mind are the Mad Max films, Crocodile Dundee and Strictly Ballroom. These are all great Australian classics but I find that there s one movie that perfectly encapsulates the true Australian culture through a simplistic story. For me it s Gregor Jordan s, Two Hands released in 1999, an amusing yet interesting filmwhich features a young Heath Ledger playing the role of Jimmy, a bouncer at a nightclub in Kings Cross who wants to be accepted by the gangster boss Pando, played by Bryan Brown. Eventually Jimmy has a chance to prove himself to Pando by delivering ten thousand dollars to an address in Bondi, however by a series of unfortunate events, the person collecting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Contemporary Art Homework For my first passport assignment for anthropology, my friend and I visited the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Museum (SMOCA). They had just revamped the place to represent woman artists from Aboriginal Australia. The exhibit was called Marking the Infinite . There were nine female artists in the exhibition who gave a glimpse into the diverse contemporary art practice of Aboriginal Australia. Their names are Nonggirrnga Marawili, Wintjiya Napaltjarri, Yukultji Napangati, Angela Pwerle, Carlene West, Regina Pilawuk Wilson, Lena Yarinkura, Gulumbu Yunupingu, and Nyapanyapa Yunupingu. They use their art to empower their all around respective communities and speak to universal contemporary themes. From all over different areas of Australia, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, artist Lena Yarinkura began to experiment by using weaving to create representational forms such as animals and regional spirit figures supernatural creatures or ancestral beings that inhabited her country. Another artist, Carlene West underwent a rapid transformation; formal symbolic and narrative elements receded, giving way to more expressive painting. Her paintings offer a metaphor for the connection between place and indigenous identity. Anthropologist John Carty notes that, Carlene s marks are the traces of meaningful action; of the actions that made the world, and that continue to make the world meaningful; of the artist becoming an ancestor. Most of her art represents herself, her lifestyle or traditions; she puts meanings and backstories in her paintings for example to let the public know what she has been through. They represent themes that are universal contemporary, and tell the native understandings from the twenty first century. Lastly, seen at the exhibit were Larrakitj poles. Larrakitj were created by the people of Yolngu to hold bones of the dead. These poles were somewhat symmetrical, hollow and made out of eucalyptus trees. The surface of the pole was decorated with a detailed painting that represented the guide of the deceased leading them to their spiritual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. IDEA Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Essay In 1991 the Public Law 94 142, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act was replaced by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This law was passed to provide free and appropriate public education to every child with a disability. It requires that each child with a disability have access to the program best suited to that child s special needs which is as close as possible to a normal child s educational program (Martin, 1978). The Individualized education program (IEP) was developed to help provide a written record of students needs and procedures for each child that receives special education services. The IEP will list all the services to be provided, the student s performance level, academic performance, and... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Until that time, many states had laws that excluded children with certain types of disabilities from attending public school. These included children who were blind, deaf and children labeled emotionally disturbed or mentally retarded. Many of these children lived at state institutions where they received limited or no educational services. Having a disability does not automatically qualify a student for special education services under the IDEA. The disability must result in the student needing additional or different services to participate in school. For example, a child who is diagnosed autistic. Children with disabilities who qualify for special education are also automatically protected by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Research shows that the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 shifted the focus of IDEA to improve teaching and learning by emphasizing the individual educational plan as a primary tool for educational planning. This increased the role of parents in educational decision making. Part B of this law provided resources and services for children ages 3 through 5 with developmental delays or those with an identified disability. Part C of IDEA authorizes financial assistance to support the needs of infants and toddlers with disabilities and the needs of their families. Agencies are to provide comprehensive early intervention services that focus on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Reflection About Suffering Introduction Christians know other Christians are prone to suffering. Non Christians I have spoken to believe that Christians have a happy life. Non believers believe we do not endure suffering simply because in their reality, God is personified as a genie; Christians can simply pray for what they desire in life; examples including money, power, wealth, and the Lord will grant those desires immediately. However, Christians know suffering is inevitable. From a theological standpoint, suffering is defined as: the experience of physical pain and mental distress. ( suffering ) If individuals were to evaluate suffering from a Christian perspective, we must realize categories that come with suffering. First, suffering is the consequence of the flawed nature of creation. Second, suffering is the direct consequence of one s violation of God s laws. Third, suffering can be good for our faith, and finally suffering is embedded in truth, Christianity, and within the church. Historical Development Before looking at the categories which formulate suffering, I would like to look at Christian authors who agreed with my categories of suffering and who also sparked my inspiration for evaluating suffering from a believer s viewpoint. The first author is John Bunyan. His book, The Pilgrim s Progress tells the story of Christian, a pilgrim who journeys from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. The City of Destruction emulates the world; Celestial City heaven. Christian was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Character Analysis Of Officer Williams Regalia In Shirley... The first thing that Jackson ever cared for in his life was to get back his grandmother s regalia which was stolen years ago as he does feel that Its been a long time since I really cared about something. (24) Moreover that was the only thing, which actually made him feel connected to his background and family. He plans to win it back for his grandmother, where he talks about his mission to officer Williams: I m on a mission here. I want to be a hero, you know? I want to win it back, like a knight. (24) Later, his continuous efforts to get back the regalia and also to prove it that it was his grandmother s at the first place to the pawnbroker shows how crucial it was for him to get the regalia back. He did remember his family tradition ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. New York Times Massacre The first source is a Newspaper article from The New York Times dated May 5th, 1970, a day after the shooting. This second hand source is filled with first hand quotes from people who were there and experienced the shooting. This article also includes the basic information of how everything happened at that tragic event. This newspaper article was used to tell the people of America, what tragic event had happened which ended up increasing the antiwar movement because of the anger that it sparked in Americans and the repression on the first amendment to freely and peacefully assemble. The New York Times is an extremely reliable source. This article in particular pertaining to the shooting does not hold many opinions, but only shows the true fact of the incident.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The photographer was John Filo, a student at Kent State university who studied photojournalism. He was also a staffer of a satellite paper for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. Filo s purpose behind submitting the photo to the press was to get the word out about probably the most tragic event that was caused because of the intense anti war movement. He wanted to show people the horror that took place at Kent State University on May 4th 1970. The value of this picture is exactly that, it is a picture so it makes it extremely difficult to be subjective. The picture only shows what the guardsmen did to the protesters and not what the protesters did to them. Of course the extent was very different since the guardsmen took lives while the protesters only threw rocks; it only shows the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Universal Orlando Research Paper Are you looking for an amazing trip full of fun, surprises, and thrills? Well, when looking for the best combination of these, Universal Orlando is the top place to go. Whether it s the exciting twists and turns of the 3 D rides or the drop in your stomach as you are about to come flying down a rollercoaster, visiting Universal Studios, Orlando, will make memories for a lifetime. The thrilling and exciting rides, amazing characters and the layout of the two Universal Parks makes Universal Orlando unique and by far the best theme park to take your next vacation. Universal Orlando has rides for everyone, whether you prefer less jarring rides or if you love the drop of an amazingly fast coaster. There are two very fast and crazy roller coasters... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are so many characters and different parts of the park that are based on fun characters that no other theme park has. Harry Potter fans will absolutely love the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. This fantasy land takes the famous Harry Potter books and brings everything to life. There are multiple rides that are in Wizarding World of Harry Potter that make you feel like you are in the movie. Universal does an amazing job with the scenery and keeping the magic of Harry Potter alive. No other theme park has the incredible world that Universal created for Harry Potter. Because of a clever licensing agreement, Universal also has the world of Marvel section at Islands of Adventure, even though Disney owns Marvel. This amazing world has so many rides that are based on the characters you know and love. You can expect to see the Marvel characters all around the park. Plus, the Hulk roller coaster ride is far superior to anything the Disney Parks or Six Flags have. As many characters as Disney has, Universal has a larger variety of characters that are in many other movies like Despicable Me, the Simpsons, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Juror 4 As is known to all, people always have different views on one issue because of the different understanding of objective things and personal experience. And that maybe why there is a great number of conflicts in this world. People always have a stereotype view of the people who has a different view with them, and things are even worse when someone is the only one person that has a different view. A good argument does not mean being the only one who is right, but by providing a valid explanation. Providing a valid argument is necessary and providing a logical and reasonable proof to support argument is more persuasive. However, the personalities also play an important role in the process of the argument because they affect the ways of thinking... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Juror 4 is an educated and logical man because all of his arguments are based on the facts and evidence. He also notices some details that other jurors ignored at the beginning. He illustrates that the murder weapon, which is an unusual carved handle and blade knife is a strong evidence that proves the boy is the suspect because the knife is so unique and the shop owner also confirms that the knife the boy has is the only one in stock. And it is not possible that the knife just fell out from the boy s pocket and someone picked it up and stabbing the victim or someone else use the exactly same knife to kill boy s father because it is a not possible coincidence. Other jurors don t accept an incredible coincidence like this as well. After listening to Juror 4 s argument, however, Davis presents his own argument, which is the coincidence is possible. But Juror 3 stands out and rejects Davis s argument that he doesn t think it is possible. At this point, Davis shows other jurors a very similar knife just like the boy s. Davis points out his evidence to confirm his argument is correct, which is it is possible that someone stabbed a very similar knife and killed the father, because Davis bought this knife in a shop that is two blocks from the boy s house. That shows if Davis does, anyone else could buy an exactly same knife. After Davis explains his argument, even though majority of the jurors still are not convinced by his argument, Juror 2 begins to question the murder weapon because he thinks this is an interesting point to consider about and Juror 11 says the knife was important to the district attorney, which shows that Davis s argument attracted some ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Greek Philosopher Plotinus s Enneads Delaina Storey Pope Huma 1315 February 2, 2016 Enneads 1.6 by Plotinus Summary In Volume 6 of Enneads, the Greek philosopher Plotinus gives his standpoint on what defines beauty. This passage is noteworthy because of the way it contradicts the aesthetics of his day and age. Plotinus begins by asking his audience to consider what beauty is. He offers the example of some things being beautiful by the nature of the objects themselves, and something instead are beautiful by participation, such as being virtuous (Plotinus 1). He prompts the audience to ask themselves whether beauty is sensory since one may see or hear things they consider beautiful, what catches the attention of someone ultimately leading to a feeling of attraction to certain things (Plotinus 1)?... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Plotinus refers to the other philosophers of his time stating, nearly everyone says that it is good proportion of the parts to the whole, with the addition of the parts to the whole, with the addition of good colour which produces visible beauty... and defines being beautiful as being well proportioned and measured (Plotinus 1). Plotinus first rebuttal is, if beauty lies in being well proportioned, then it is the parts put together properly that makes something beautiful so that the parts themselves would not hold any beauty. He illustrates this by stating the parts will not have the property of beauty by themselves, but will contribute to the beauty of the whole. He gives examples of simple parts that are beautiful on their own such as, though an entire song is beautiful, one note may hold beauty all the same (Plotinus 1). Plotinus strengthens his argument by asking where knowledge and virtue, two beautiful things, were to fit into the common Greek aesthetic. Knowledge and virtue cannot be of good proportion yet we still consider these beautiful, do we not (Plotinus ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Executive Director Of The Harvard Business School... According to Christina L. Darwall, executive director of the Harvard Business School California Research Center, Built to flip is an essential element of competing in the new economy, successful businesses are necessarily to be short in time. (Palowski, 2000) In the 21st century, there is a rising impatience within the economy. Investors are no longer interested in long term and sustaining companies, but most of the businesses are aiming to do quickly and get acquired within a short period, which are the Build to flip companies. (Collin, 2000; p. 1) Under the culture of entitlement, managers now see themselves are entitled to make money, and in a case that The faster I go, the faster I feel I need to go . (Thrift, 2000; p. 26) As well as the rapid growth of consumer demand, leads to the massive expansion in customer service entitlements. (2014, Lecture 4; p. 8) This is an unquestionable sign of a boom in decay. (Thrift, 2000; p. 26) In addition, impermanence is a feature in different phenomenon, and everything will come to the stage of deterioration. (Zsolnai, 2014; p. 63) If it was permanent in everything, we do not have to make choices, judgments, responsibilities and entitlements. (2014, Lecture 9; p. 1) Yet, the successes of mass production and consumption in the new economy seem cause us entirely forgot to notify finitude and limits of the whole world. This problem would be a threat in our future and the next generation. Population does consistently increase while ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...