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Elements Of A Political Cartoon
Political cartoons can be humorous and revealing, but they are also a powerful way to start debates,
especially in the rhetorical situation of a presidential election. A cartoon that discusses Trump in a
security briefing by Chris Britt, shown in the US News and World Report on August 22, 2016,
displays the traits of a political cartoon by creating discussion about the presidential election. This
cartoon depicts Trump showing the military generals a list of who he wants to attack, which leads to
the generals telling him that he will not have access to the nuclear codes. Britt s cartoon effectively
utilizes many of the elements of a cartoon to entertain a broad audience while spurring discussion
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Gerberg, who defines the element of what makes a cartoon in What is a Cartoon writes, Now in order
for a cartoon to communicate instantly, its components must be artfully arranged within the frame so
the reader sees them in a particular sequence (130). These lines written by Gerberg support the claim
because Britt drew the cartoon in a way to make Trump look hilariously ridiculous through the way he
draws Trump s eyes, hair, and mouth. The way that Trump s mouth and eyes are drawn are humorous
because it looks like he is rolling his eyes at the generals and he is pouting since he is not getting his
way of getting the nuclear codes to attack all the people that he does not like. The way Trump s hair is
drawn also makes the cartoon funny because even though his hair looks like this in real life, it is
overexaggerated and is taking up half the cartoon. His hair brings humor because it is sticking up as if
he is mad that he is not getting his way of getting the nuclear codes to attack his
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Donald Trump Bellwether Of America
For the sake of the United States and for the rest of the world Donald Trump should not rise to
presidency. It is certain that any other known candidate could perform the job better, and will live up
to the responsibility. Furthermore, a better candidate can persuade people without insulting the people
of our beloved country. Donald Trump verbalizes in his campaign, Make America great again, but that
is implying America is not great already. It is one of the reasons Donald Trump should not become the
herald of America. Why should he become the bellwether of a nation he doesn t believe is great? Why
not express his ideas on how to make the United States the most prominent?
Along with believing our country isn t great, he shows no emotion
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Poverty In A Raisin In The Sun
Economic and societal poverty are the key forms of poverty highlighted in the three act play, A Raisin
in the Sun. Lorraine Hansberry, the playwright, discusses the hardships of African Americans
attempting to emerge in society in the 1950 s. The play is staged in ways where the audience can grasp
the trifles of an African American family continuously experiencing setbacks whilst attempting to
achieve their notion of the American Dream . To Walter Lee Younger, his idea of the American Dream
is that anything is possible for those who have money. Unfortunately, there is a minor problem: Walter
Lee Younger is a working class African American man who struggles to make ends meet in the
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He fails to consider the stepping stones that are necessary in earning money. In The Politics of Home
in Lorraine Hansberry s A Raisin in the Sun, Kristin Matthews said: This literal home mirrors the
psycho social struggle of mid century African Americans to attain, secure, and define a sense of place,
or home, in the face of systemic socio economic racism (Matthews). The play opens with Ruth
Younger waking up her son, Travis, for school. By this point, the audience can see poverty already. To
put it into context, Ruth woke up and is walking through the living room that has been worn and it is
visible that the furniture has been supporting too many people for too many years (Hansberry, 998)
and she tries to wake up Travis, who is seen sleeping on the sofa. The house is crowded to the point
where Walter and Ruth Younger s son is in a situation where the only place to sleep is the sofa. That is
a sign of economic poverty, simply because the family cannot afford to live in a place where their son
has a bedroom. The house is an apartment that homes: Lena Mama , Walter, Ruth, Travis, and
Beneatha Younger. It is a two bedroom unit housing five people. There, again, is a sign of economic
poverty, because this is a family that cannot support themselves to live in an adequate setting. The
mere fact that three generations need to share a living
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Figural Statues In Ancient Rome
Rome was a powerful empire that took substantial pleasure in creating lifelike figural statues that they
learned from Greek sculptures. However, their unique eyes caught beauty in the imperfection of the
human form instead of washing them over with idealism. There are many surviving statues that show
just how realism played an important role for Roman artist. Contrary to the Greeks, during the
republic and imperial eras, Rome strived to perfect realism, which one sees with their figural busts and
full standing sculptures.
Firstly, the strive to capture literal details can be seen with the way Romans created their busts for
both men and woman. A bust is a sculpture of just a person s head, neck and chest. Busts were very
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Romans are known for their outstanding lifelike full figure statues that replicate the person flawlessly.
While they created figural sculptors of their emperors to celebrate their victories, they still focused on
actual details rather than erasing their imperfections. The bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius riding
horseback, even weathered as it is, one can see creases carved into both man and horse. As well as,
both look like they were captured in a moment of action, which is depicted with the horses raised hoof
and slightly turned head. Another example of this capturing of realism is of a Roman aristocrat
holding the busts of his ancestors. Not only does this show how this was similar to today s
photographs and how important having a bust of a loved one was to the ancient Romans, but the
sculpture itself captures an older gentleman. He was carved to represent who he was at that moment
with balding head and wrinkles. Keeping the sculptures as real looking as possible was a way of
keeping a record of reality and it proved to be extremely important to them
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Phi227 Exam Review 02 Essay
1. In the paternalistic model of doctor patient relationship, power resident exclusively with Doctors; in
the engineering model, it resides entirely with Patients.
2. In the engineering model of doctor patient relationship, the doctor s job is to provide technical
information.
3. Among the advantages of the collegial model of doctor patient relationship are the following:
a. Share decision making.
b. Trust of the relationship.
4. There are three kinds of incompetent patients:
a. Patients who are used to be competent are not longer competent, but they expressed their wishes
before becoming incompetent.
b. Patients who are used to be competent are not longer competent did not express their wishes, but
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Disclosure and comprehension of relevant information
b. Patient s competence
c. Patient Agreement with the treatment plan
13. For Edmund Pellegrino, it is necessary for doctors to practice virtue for the following:
a. credibility
b. it is necessary in certain circumstance weather there are no rules or rules do not apply or provide
little guideline.
14. Combined advance directives are the best kind of advanced directives for the following reasons:
a. The proxy makes sure the decision by respecting the patient
b. More than 2 persons to contribute the wishes.
15. For Pellegrino, even though the obedience to the law is necessary in medical practice, it is not
enough for the following reason:
It is because the law only protects against the basic human rights.
16. Except in the case of emergency, all patients must sign a consent form before undergoing a
surgical procedure.
17. Pellegrino argues for a three tiered system of obligations incumbent upon physicians. They are in
ascending order of ethical sensitivity.
a. Obedience to the law.
b. Observance of rights.
c. Practice of virtue.
18. It may be ethical to breach patient confidentiality under the following circumstances:
a. Patients are danger to themselves.
b. Patients harm to another person.
Patient s sexual partner child abuse elder abuse.
19. According to the utilitarians, the beneficial consequences of maintaining patient confidentiality
include the following:
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Ascent Of Money
In his latest work, The Ascent of Money, Niall Ferguson goes to great lengths to convince the reader
that finance is the foundation of human progress. Ferguson starts with an attempt to answer the
questions; what is money, how is it used, and how has it evolved over time? He argues that the
evolution of credit and debt is as important as technological innovation. The specific interest to
military leaders is how money, or the lack there of, played pivotal roles throughout history. Money to
generals is the sinews of war .1 Niall Ferguson is well qualified to discuss this as a renowned British
historian and professor of history at Harvard University. He is a bestselling author who has published
numerous books on historical topics. Niall progresses
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Analysis Of Stop All The Clocks
W. H. Auden s poem, Stop all the clocks, expresses the meaning of massive grief, a tragic loss, and a
tireless hopelessness best represented in the last lines, For nothing now can ever come to any good.
Personally the mood of the poem felt a bit depressing and a sadness that I know all too well. The title
and first line of the poem explains the author s heartbroken grief by including the audience to do
something which we all know is not possible, Stop all the clocks. This itself let us know that time
could not be stopped, yet when a loved one has pass it feels like at that particular time we don t want
to believe that the love of our life is gone. So we want the clocks to stop. The time could also signify
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The funeral parade described in lines 7 and 8 serves to further represent both the importance of the
deceased and the grief caused by this person s death. The third verse, especially lines 9, 10, and 11,
again bring the closeness of the relationship between the author and the deceased. The author shows
great respect for this person by using overstatement, figure of speech to imply how important this
person meant to the author. In line 9, He was my North, my South, my East and West, indicates the
intimacy between the two individuals and incorporated with the next line, My working week and my
Sunday rest, indicates their relationship to be of a very devoted nature. This is also stated in line 12, I
thought that love would last forever: I was wrong. This can be interpreted to represent the speaker s
unawareness toward an inescapable death. The author s love for this man is very rare as he can
describe it, to the points of end of time. This love between them is so strong that anyone reading this
poem would believe their love will last forever, but as you read on you realize not until the death of
this person that he loved; was the realization made that this thing called love, like everything else,
must and will come to an end. The last verse mainly line 16 states the hopelessness of the
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Difference Between Social And Social Psychology
Social Psychology and Multicultural Psychology Paper
i. Define social psychology.
Social psychology is the science that aims to determine how people think about, relate to, feel about,
and influence one another. Social psychology is a branch of study on social influence, how individuals
have an influence on one another. Social influence is noted to affect trivial behaviours, such as making
paper airplanes in class, as well as important behaviour, such as giving in to majority opinion over one
s judgement. It is an attempt to understand and lay down how thought, behaviour, feeling of a person
is affected by the actual, implied, imagined, presence of other people.
For example, the social influence of social psychology can be demonstrated with an instance involving
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For example, a person bending to the majority people s decision over one s judgment on an issue is a
social influence by the presence of others. Second, the phrase actual presence of others implies a
physical appearance in the place to influence thought or feelings. Imagined presence makes people
regulate their behaviour according to the reactions that they imagine people will give about the
behaviour. The implied presence is demonstrated by the people automatically obeying social artefacts,
such as streetlights, or other objects such as a black, may imply the presence of a person.
ii. Describe the primary research strategies used in social psychology and give an example of each.
There are three different types of primary research strategies that can be used with social psychology.
They are descriptive, experimental, and correlation research methods. The research methods differ in
the kind of hypothesis each investigates, and the issues it raise.
Descriptive
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Essay On Student Stress
College students are stressed all the time, so much that it has become a daily emotion in their
academic career. College students stress increases when we go away to college because we have a lot
of freedom that we never had before. Some students have been so dependent on their parents for so
long that when it comes to daily task they are at so confused on how to properly complete it. In
college we experience academic, financial, family, social, and family stress. Stress is a normal human
behavior but it can physically and mentally harm us. To deal with stress one has to find ways to cope
in order to decrease their stress level. Ideal coping mechanisms for a college student is counseling,
communication , and relaxation techniques instead of leisure activities. As we go through the
transition of becoming college students we become vulnerable to stress because we are trying to find
ourself, keep up with our academics, have a social life and adjust to a new life. It becomes so much for
a college student that they easily become stressed. Even if students are physiologically stressed they
don t seek counseling, however others try to look for counseling because it gives social support and
interpersonal coping techniques that a college student can seek.In the article College Student Stress
and Mental Health: Examination of Stigmatic Views on Mental health Counseling Stated This study
suggested a need to increase students use of mental health counseling services. Many students
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Learning Self-Analysis Essay
I once thought of myself as a slow learner. My friends and acquaintances seemed to have knowledge
and experiences unknown to me. I now realize I was a sheltered learner. My sensory input was
limited. What I saw, read, heard, and even did, was limited to what my parents, teachers, preachers
and even my spouse, thought I should experience.
Reading, which once seemed restricted to school books, the Bible, and parenting books, became an
adventure to a new life. I acquired new desires, dreams, goals and thoughts. I developed a can do
attitude instead of a wait and see approach to living. Instead of spending countless hours watching
television, I checked out books from the library. In waiting rooms I would select magazines with ...
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I wanted more information. I wanted to hear their story. I wanted to know how they did it, what they
thought afterwards, and what they would do different. I began listening to different music styles. I
signed up for various seminars and joined a few clubs. I wanted to hear what other people had to say.
I no longer had feeling of being sheltered. I wanted to see America from the mountains to the plains,
from the East Coast to the West Coast, and I did. I have visited many of the sites I have heard about
and read about. I saw New York when the Twin towers were still new. I saw the Statue of Liberty,
Times Square, and the street vendors up and down The Avenue of Americans. I have seen the Seattle
Space Needle and Mount St. Helens before and after the eruption of May 1980. At the Mojave airport
in Mojave, California, I saw the Voyager aircraft that was flown by Dick Rutan Jeana Yeager, in 1986,
non stop around the world. I have seen the dreams of others when I attended the Experimental Aircraft
Association fly in at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. As an adult I experienced laughing like a child during a visit
at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Just this past summer, I enjoyed hearing joyful laughter from
my granddaughter when we visited Disney World in Orlando, Florida. I have experienced the bitter
cold of winter in the Canadian city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. And I have felt the hot and humid summer
days along the Gulf Coast at Long Beach, Mississippi.
I
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`` This Is Water `` By David Foster Wallace
We are all selfish no matter how hard we try to deny it. I learned this by listening to the speech This is
Water , by David Foster Wallace. In the speech, Wallace discusses that if we actually think about what
we think about, then we can make our lives better. He also talks about how the exact same experience
means two different things to two different people based on their beliefs. Another thing he talks about
is that we are all self centered and tend to interpret life just thinking about ourselves. I completely
agree with Wallace s ideas of people being self centered and also that people give different meanings
to the exact same thing, because they make sense and also because that is how we all think, but no one
wants to accept it. In Wallace s speech, he says that, It s a matter of choosing to do the work of
somehow altering or getting free of my natural, hard wired default setting which is to be deeply and
literally self centered and to see and interpret life through this lens of self (Wallace 3). What Wallace
means in this quote is that our default setting is to think about ourselves without even thinking twice
about it, and that we are the absolute center of the universe. Wallace first makes this statement in
section two of the speech, but he keeps talking about this idea throughout the entire speech. He
believes that it is hard for people to stop thinking only about themselves, but rather think of other
people, and be more aware of the choices we make. I agree
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Implementing Core Competencies Of The Strategic Planning...
Organizations must develop and execute strategic plans to ensure future company growth and success.
Assessing the internal and external aspects affecting a business is a key part of the strategic planning
process, as it provides a vector for organizations to maintain a competitive advantage within a
marketplace that is continuously evolving. Using quantitative data is considered a best practice to
begin an assessment by reviewing recent financial performance and objectively determining the
company s current financial condition (Abraham, 2012). Subsequently, innovative organizations like
Tesla Motors must apply methodologies to intimately measure subjective aspects such as a company s
competitive strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and potential threats. A SWOT analysis is the
operational method used to analyze these aspects (Abraham, 2012). The purpose of the following
project is to apply core competencies of the strategic planning curriculum to inspire a culture of
strategic innovation within organizational leaders of tomorrow. First, we will take an assessment of
Tesla Motors history, the company s current products, and major competitors affecting the innovative
company s business plan. Then, we can examine the current market situation to determine any
potential barriers to organizational success, before applying the principles of a SWOT analysis to
determine Tesla s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats that may affect the future of the
organization.
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Iceland s Impact On The Economy
. Iceland had a shorter, less severe recession after its banking crises than did Ireland. The most
prominent difference is their exchange rate regimes. Iceland s flexible exchange rate allowed Icelandic
government to come up with rapid resolution of its banking crisis without bailing out creditors.
Iceland s combination of a flexible exchange rate and a policy of closing its failed banks appears to
have served the country well in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Banking crises in Iceland and Ireland came to a head at the height of the financial crisis in September
and October 2008. These countries took quite different approaches in dealing with these difficulties.
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A substantial part of the expansion of the banks loan portfolios were loans collateralized by Icelandic
corporate stock. As a result, the value of Icelandic stock was an important determinant of the value of
the banks loans and, therefore, assets. The value of shares rose and then peaked in mid July 2007. By
July 2008, share prices had fallen to less than half their value at the peak. This loss in collateral value
naturally called into question the probability of lenders being able to repay their loans.
The expansion of banking in Iceland reflected growth of both domestic and foreign deposits. Banks in
Iceland opened branch offices in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands to gather deposits there.
They also expanded by acquiring other institutions.
The banks increased their funding by obtaining short term loans from other financial institutions for
example, money market funds in the United States. Such funding from other financial intermediaries
is often called wholesale funding. A risk of wholesale funding is rollover risk lenders may decide not
to roll over these short term loans when they mature, especially if they become concerned about the
borrower s solvency.
At the time, Icelandic banks were acquiring funds in the United States, the United Kingdom, and the
euro area each with a different currency, and all with a different currency than the Icelandic króna. As
a result of this borrowing in other currencies, Icelandic banks were subject
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Memory Distortion
Memory vs. Experience Do we really know what is true to remember? Do we really remember the
actual memory? Although some people do not believe that people can mentally delete parts of a
memory, many cases prove this method of memory distortion. The perception people remember that
they had within a memory is what forms the factual pieces of a memory. During the recall and
retrieval process, a memory is replayed consistently, but the more times it is replayed, the more times
new and inaccurate information is added to the memory. We do not choose between experiences; we
choose between memories of experiences. Our memory is tampered with by the many factors that
interfere with the encoding process of memory, therefore, changing the memory altogether.
Experimental work on memory distortion has caught the consideration of the more extensive
emotional wellness field, of the legitimate calling, and of the overall population. One reason is this: In
the most recent decade, hundreds if not a great many of patients have risen up out of psychotherapy
charging their fathers and moms, their uncles and granddads, their previous neighbors, their previous
instructors and specialists, and endless others, of sexually manhandling them years prior. The patients
frequently guarantee that they have stifled or separated the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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In some sense the trials in the deception worldview, in which individuals are given transcripts said to
have been given by different witnesses of a severe event, can be considered as exhibitions of social
impacts on memory. This is particularly valid for such studies that have analyzed the credibility of the
source giving the deceptive data [Underwood 8: Pezdek, 1998]. Then again, efficient studies
manipulating social weight and gathering agreement on false recollections are only just now starting
to
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Personal Narrative-AP Teacher Mrs. Alves
I find myself in a perpetual whirlwind of phases so the only concrete things I have to bandage together
some sort of identity are the things my therapist has noticed about my speech patterns and thought
process. I love to (over) analyze, (over) think, and (under) achieve. It s possible the reason I have
phases with music, film, and taste in clothing or art has come with the realization that there s so much
stuff, and I don t want to miss out on anything. I grew up reading fantasy and watching films like
Labyrinth, which I credit to the beginning of my interest in literature and film. Last year I had a mild
obsession with haikus, especially that of Kobayashi Issa, and watched cheesy 90s sci fi. As of late I ve
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I don t feel productive if I m not painting or writing or creating something. I coincide with all the ugly
and pretentious attributes associated with artists. I love to be hunched over a piece I m working on for
hours at a time, I ve accidentally drunk paint water, and I will defend modern art and its validity in my
last dying breath. I have a hard time distinguishing between being pretentious and being passionate,
and spent a very long time qualifying everything I would say about art with I know this sounds
pretentious but... Since then I have decided that my ego isn t big enough to be pretentious...or is that a
pretentious thought. I overuse words like pretentious to the point where they begin to lose meaning,
like when you say your name over and over again and it becomes a mulling sound with no body or
purpose. My biggest fear is that this essay is just that: a mulling sound with no body or
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High Stakes Testing Dilemmas
The goal of education is to impart knowledge, wisdom, life skills, morals and values into the multitude
of students we teach. This obligation is not only directed toward our work with students but is
indicative of how we should strive to function each and every day as educators serving with high
ethical standards. There is a lot of pressure on teacher during the high stakes testing season but this
should not influence educators to behave in any manner that would be unethical for any reason. I am
pleased and relieved to say that I have not witnessed blatant cheating as I have operated in the
capacity of a building test coordinator. The only issued I encountered was a colleague asked to view
the test so she could prepare her students. The
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A Speech At Texas s State Capitol
On July 1, 2013, Texas Senator Wendy Davis made a speech at Texas s State Capitol. She had an
audience of about 5,000 people, as she spoke about Women s Rights and Texan power. In Stand with
Texas Women , Wendy Davis argues that Texas is all about fairness, so women deserve equal
opportunity. Specifically, Davis states that Texas has pushed to be fair, but politicians have been
selfish in their careers. Her point is that creating equal opportunity for women will help not only
Texan families, but Texas as a whole. She also points out that Texas needs politicians who want what
is best for the state and the people. Overall, Davis s main purpose is to unite Texan women in order to
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The importance of the date of the Stand with Texas Women speech is that it was only a few days after
her filibuster at the senate. She was trying to reach out to the women who felt regretful about their
abortions. She was trying to further her points from the filibuster, by talking directly to the Texas
women who attended the rally. As she stood in front of 5,000 men and women at the Texas Capitol,
she stood in front of a much larger audience than expected. Her speech targeted women and men
wanting a better life for them and their families. During the weekend before she spoke Rick Perry,
knowing she is a single mother accused her of not learning her lesson (Koh, Luthra). He was pushing
her to a limit that she did not appreciate. She attacked him in her speech by stating I was lucky enough
to be able to make the choices in my life that I knew would work for me. And I don t regret for one
minute my decisions about my daughters, my education or my direction in life. She pushed through
what Rick Perry said about her, by showing her strength in her speech about her past. As abortion
rights lay as a big issue, she makes a statement about the issue in the speech. She suggested a better
way of limiting unwanted pregnancy by suggesting investing in good family planning services and
honest, effective, age appropriate sex education rather than regulating abortion. At the rally, a few
women
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Compare And Contrast The Gulf Of Tonkin
In August 1964, two US destroyed that were positioned in the Gulf of Tonkin in Vietnam claimed that
they had been attacked by North Vietnamese forces. President Lyndon B. Johnson demanded
authorization from the United States Congress to augment US military presence in Vietnam. As a
result, congress ended up passing the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution which authorized President Jonson to
act any way to retaliate against the Vietnamese. Later on, many would question if either attacks had
taken place. Key leaders included Barry Goldwater, William Westmoreland who was the US general
who advocated aggressive strategies against Viet Cong and NVA using large numbers of US forces.
Lastly, another key leader was Ho Chi Minh who was a North Vietnamese communist
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homework7
12 8.
a. using the Figure 12 11 information, develop a risk assessment for the Espy Company.
These are the risk assessment in the order of probability from high to low:
Followed by Vandalism: 0.65; Brownout: 0.40; Power surge: 0.40; Flood: 0.15; Fire: 0.10; Software
failure: 0.10; Equipment failure:0.08. Embezzlement:0. 05.
Based on the probability,
Estimated loss situation range
Control cost
In order to prevent that (Solutions):
Vandalism
1,000 15,000
8,000
1. Give limited people to access the data. (set up authorizations.) Make sure only people who needs
what information and who have rights to edit what information.
2. Change the access code or passwords of employee periodically.
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2. Update the website server periodically.
3. Privacy
Internal control
Customer information
Customer information may be stolen and sold.
1. Encrypted is required as account number.
2. Password are required.
Credit card number risk
Card information was stolen by hackers and sold to others. Result in customer loss their money.
1.Require technical support make sure no potential risk for hackers to enter the system.
2.Setup firewall.
3. The accounting student who is evaluating the reliability of Basic Requirements infor mation system
is interested in becoming an IT auditor. Describe some of the specific actions an IT auditor would take
to verify that Kara and Scott have adequate controls in place concerning privacy.
He/ She should have a basic idea about Basic s business process. By communicating with Basic s
employee He/ She can draw a DFD and monitor the weakest problem though out the whole process.
He/ She should see what could be added into the internal control process. Which process was
duplicated and should be reduced. After these, design a internal control model and test it. Later on
keep working as data or business processes changes.
Extra 1: Briefly describe what ACL is designed to do and how it was used in each case (i.e., identify 3
specific tasks as to how ACL was used in the audit framework and one way it was used to enhance the
analytics capabilities of the company). For Emirates, summarize the broad impact of ACL in
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The Relationship Between Right Wing Authoritarianism And...
Assessing the relationship between right wing authoritarianism and climate change beliefs.
As time goes by, Earth is becoming more at risk of climate change effects (Commoner, 1990, as cited
in Schultz and Stone, 1994). Nearly all scientists agree that the change is caused by the acts of humans
(Intergovernmental, 2007 as cited in Hakkinen and Akarami 2014). Though, with this being said, it
seems that people are not that worried and it is not being discussed as much as it should be. (Maibach,
Feinberg Howe 2013, as cited in Hakkinen and Akarami 2014). Within this study I am going to be
investigating the relationship between right wing authoritarianism and climate change beliefs. In
previous studies such as Peterrson et all (1993), their data showed that with high levels of right wing
authoritarianism can lead to negative social issues, but within the study there was nothing significant
when it came to climate change beliefs. Following this was an investigation done by Shultz and Stone
(1994). This study showed that there was data to suggest that there was a negative relationship
between RWA and CC beliefs. In 2014, Hakkinen and Akrami s study also found a negative
relationship between the two but also found that when shown a news cast before answering can
change a person s answers about environmental issues. After looking over these readings, my
hypothesis is that there will be a negative relationship between right wing authoritarianism and
climate change beliefs. This
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The Significance of the Role of Malcolm X on African...
To what extent was the role of Malcolm X significant in the rise of radical African American activism
(1965 1968)?
A. Plan of the Investigation
To what extent was the role of Malcolm X significant in the rise of radical African American activism
(1965 1968)?
This investigation will assess the significance of Malcolm X s significance in giving rise to African
American activism. Malcolm X s motives, involvement in the civil rights movement and his
leadership will all be discussed in order to understand the extent of his significance. To add further
understanding and provide justification a summarization of evidence will be included. Also, an
evaluation of sources will allow for details which provide justification in saying that Malcolm ... Show
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However, this source is limited due to the lack of discussion about his impact on many people and
how he laid the foundation for many activist groups and organizations.
D. Analysis When making the final evaluation of Malcolm X s role of significance in bringing rise to
African American activism, tow aspects of his role must be evaluated. One includes his motivation
and the other is what he wanted to accomplish. Malcolm X s motivation was his oppressed youth.
When Malcolm was younger he and his family were harassed by the Ku Klux Klan which caused
them to move to another part of Michigan. Sadly enough, after they moved, the racism became worse.
A racist mob set his family s home on fire and all of the white emergency responders and firefighters
watched their house burn down. Shortly after this, Malcolm X s father died and this sent his mother
into a deep depression of shock and grief which eventually caused her to be submitted into a mental
institution. Malcolm left home and after leaving, he became involved in drugs and crime. This became
his motivation. He wanted to fight back and provide young black youth with better and more positive
opportunities. However, it was not just young black youth he was advocating for, but it was all African
Americans. As an outspoken civil rights leader in the 1960s, Malcolm X wanted to encourage black
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Preventing The Health Care System
In fear of financial devastation, my aunt struggled with accruing medical debt because she could not
afford health insurance for her two young boys. Although a working single mother, she fell above the
federal poverty line for the state of Florida inhibiting health care access for her two sons. My aunt was
faced with the choice of paying her household bills and ensuring there was food on the table or
spending her money on health insurance. Unfortunately, hospital visits are inevitable with two active
boys. One cousin actually fractured his skull requiring an emergency room visit and CT scans, which
took two years for my aunt to fully pay for. These experiences, which many Americans will encounter,
cause the majority of the population to avoid the health care system unless confronted with dire
circumstances. Our health care system deters undeserved populations and uninsured individuals from
participating in routine check ups or visiting primary care physicians, contributing decreasing practice
of preventative care. As human beings, it is our civil duty to ensure the well being of the community
and not just that of the individual. By implementing health care as a basic right, we will expand
preventative care practice in the United States ultimately leading to improved health outcomes and
cost containment of health expenditures. Currently, our nation is experiencing a vast socioeconomic
disparity in access to primary and preventative care. Studies have shown, the
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Impulsive And Immature In Shakespeare s Romeo And Juliet
In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare characterizes Romeo s character to be both impulsive and
immature in things that include love and things that don t include love. Romeo s rash behavior and
hasty decisions are one the reasons for the downfall of Romeo and Juliet. Despite Romeo and Juliet
both being the heirs of two enemies, they fall in love rather quickly, forgetting hardships that would
come, proving that it s better to think before you act. Before Romeo meets Juliet, he is in love with
Rosaline, so much so that when she rejects him, he mourns for her, acting unhappy and downhearted.
As a result of that, he creates a depressed environment around him as Montague says, Shuts up his
windows, locks fair daylight out, and makes himself an artificial night (1.1.142 143). Revealing just
how much Rosaline s rejections affects him. Rosaline has taken an oath of chastity, this plays a big
role in his sadness as this leaves her uncharmed by Romeo, making her, in strong proof of chastity
well armed, from love s weak childish bow she lives uncharmed (1.1.218 219). Romeo s love for
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When Romeo finds Juliet dead he goes to the Apothecary to find a poison that would kill. Romeo also
wants a death that is very quick, asking the Apothecary, A dram of poison, such soon speeding gear,
As will disperse itself through all the veins, That the life weary taker may fall dead (5.1.64 66).
Romeo uses dramatic wordplay to describe killing himself as he says, Thou detestable maw, thou
womb of death, Gorged with the dearest morsel of the earth, Thus I enforce thy rotten jaws to open,
And in despite I ll cram thee with more food (5.3.45 48). Romeo deciding to to kill himself was a
quick and unwise decision as if he was alive for a little bit longer Juliet s would ve woken up from her
potion induced
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Power In Frankenstein
Is the Quest for Power Worth the Journey? Historian John Dalberg Acton once said, absolute power
corrupts absolutely (Figgins). This phenomenon is found in the novels Frankenstein, Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde, and Twilight. In each of these works a protagonist is struggling with an antagonist, in some
cases an external foe, in others, himself. Dr. Jekyll, Carlisle and Dr. Frankenstein are each struggling
with the power they acquired as a result knowledge they obtained. While knowledge is an essential
trait most human beings search for, across these three novels it seems that the three protagonists
become progressively more corrupt with the knowledge they have achieved. In Stephanie Myer s
Twilight, the audience is quickly introduced to Dr. Carlisle Cullen, a vampire who creates a family for
himself by using vampirism. Myer leaves the reader questioning if Carlisle abuses his power and
knowledge to create his family out of loneliness. When Dr. Cullen first turns into a vampire, centuries
before the events of the book, he felt desperately alone. The reader learns, he dreamed of finding
others like himself. He was very lonely, you see (Myers, 341). Because ... Show more content on
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Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Stevenson depicts an ambitious doctor who literally begins to take the power to
his head. In the letter, Jekyll wrote to his colleagues Dr. Lanyon Depicting his demise and explaining
how his experiments destroyed him and how he let the power of the knowledge that he had found go
straight to his head in an actual literal sense in the letter, Dr. Jekyll said, yet I was not alarmed; the fall
seemed natural (Stevenson 118). As depicted in other novels when a character is struggling with an
internal conflict it will lead to their demise and is ultimately turn into their down fall. If Dr. Jekyll
have never played with the temptation of the knowledge that Jekyll had come cross Jekyll would have
never lost his hold on what was what was right and what was right and
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Carlson Shared Services
Case Study 3: Carlson Companies
Carlson Companies is known for being one of the leading privately held organizations in the United
States. Carlson Enterprises has an existence in the business, marketing, travel, and hospitality
industries. The IT division known as Carlson Shared Services, works as a service provider to all of the
internal customers (Welcome to the World of Carlson, 2012). Carlson Shared Services supports a
range of user applications and services. The IT division also uses a centralized data processing model
that is designed to exceed the business operational requirements. The central computing environment
contains an IBM mainframe and more than fifty (50) networked HP and Sun servers (Welcome to the
World of Carlson, 2012). The mainframe promotes a broad range of applications. These include the
Oracle financial database, e mail, Microsoft Exchange, Web, PeopleSoft, and a data warehouse
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A range of storage devices can be added in order to store many terabytes of data without interrupting
the flow of business operations. Storage is completely independent when it comes to the applications
and is effortlessly assessable through different data paths. Enhanced application performance is
attained when storage processing is relocated from the systems to a separate network. A well
configured SAN with mirroring and redundant servers can greatly reduce any downtime (Vacca,
2002). A SAN is not physically attached to any particular server or network and can be readily shared
(Vacca, 2002). Fibre channel switching can make the setting up of private connections with other
SANs very easy (Kotwal, 2015). The connections can even be utilized for backups, mirroring, or
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The Prevention of Disaster Theme in Mary Shelley s...
Shelley s Frankenstein can be considered as one of the first representations of a possible apocalypse
that is now ubiquitous, humans will someday create something that will destroy mankind. In different
works, this Armageddon takes various forms: in the iconic movie The Matrix man made machines
enslave the human race, while in another popular movie I Am Legend, a genetically engineered virus
mutates and kills the vast majority of the world s population. Frankenstein, however, is not intended to
give the reader an impending sense of doom, instead it warns about the consequences of creating
something, no matter the intent behind its creation, without exercising proper caution. In both the
previously mentioned films and also in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Although Walton s mistake does not cause him physical harm, the failure of his enterprise is a shame
worse than death: in his own words, I had rather die than return shamefully my purpose unfulfilled
(218). Through both the monster and Walton, Shelley also points out that while lack of caution may
not have mortal consequences, the results will nevertheless be severe. Shelley reiterates this message
throughout Frankenstein, One should always be cautious, and never be so rushed to finish a project
that the normal rules of safety are cast aside. The author conveys her belief by revealing the reasoning
of Frankenstein during the creation of the two monsters. During the making of the first monster,
Frankenstein is almost driven insane with his desire to succeed. He tells Walton, My eyeballs were
starting from their sockets in attending to the details of my employment...my eyes were insensible to
the charms of nature... I also forgot my friends who were so many miles absent and whom I had not
seen in quite a long time (55). Frankenstein s words reveal the deleterious results of being incautious,
he did not notice the seasons change, nor did he think of his friends, his body also suffers the
consequences of his wild frenzy to finish his work. However, when the monster approaches
Frankenstein to create a female daemon, Frankenstein is slightly wiser after suffering the loss of
several of his loved ones.
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The Role Of Hamlet Developed Through English And Russian...
How has the character of Hamlet developed through English and Russian Theatre?
Hamlet, the main character from one of the most famous Shakespeare s plays The Tragical Historie of
Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke , is one of the most popular and well known characters around the world
(it is very difficult to find a person who hasn t heard about him). William Shakespeare created an epic
story about a young man, his way to revenge and his internal spiritual fight with his soul full of
melancholy. The depth of the main character allowed different actors to show different ideas and ways
of playing on a stage through playing his role.
The performance history of Hamlet may be considered as an evolution of styles of playing. No play
has been performed more frequently, especially in England, where this famous play was originally
written. But The United Kingdom was not the only place where Hamlet became an iconic figure. In
Russian culture Hamlet has always played an important, special role. Russian society has been using
Hamlet as a mirror for years, finding in this character sometimes role model, sometimes reflection of
its inner problems. The Russian Hamlet has always been defender of truth and fighter of freedom. His
character represented every new period of Russian history (monarchy, communism etc.). On the other
side Russian Hamlet has never been a weak and gutless man. It perfectly mirrors usual Russian
political stance for centuries.
I am going to consider how the style of
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Connection Themes In Fury And The Water Diviner
Connection Essay The significant connection idea between my four texts is the theme of solders
fighting for their country. Soldiers back then were all fighting for their countries, they were all
wanting there country to win and did anything to make sure there country had the lead. The texts that
we picked was Fury directed by David Ayer, The Water Diviner directed by Russell Crowe, The
Prologue by Michel King and Hongi Hika: Badass of the week by Ben Thompson and the movie I
selected was The Dead Lands by Toa Fraser. The soldiers had to risk their lives to protect their land
and make sure that there country had the upper hand. In fury the American solders got put into tanks
and was put forward to fight the Germans. In the movie Fury directed by David Ayer. There is a long
shot of Norman when he is told to kill a German that is sitting right in front of him with no intentions
and no understanding of what is going on, of course he is very reluctant to kill him. Standing right
behind him is Wardaddy he is very angary and wants Norman to kill the German very urgently and
after a while of anger and pushing Norman, Wardaddy eventually holds the gun with Norman and
shoots the German. After Norman shot the German he was very shocked and distraught, Wardaddy
had a talk to Norman about why he had to such a thing. Norman learnt that that is what you have ...
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Wirepa is part of a different tribe to Hongis and Wirepa wants to get rid all Hongis tribe, Hongi gets
away just in time and lives, he tries to take down Wirepa and his tribe on his own. This is showing us
that Hongi is very angary at what happened to his tribe and his dad especially. He is very willing and
persistent at getting back at Wirepas tribe. It also shows us that he feels that he should be fighting back
like his dad would have wanted him to. This would make his father very
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Movies Falling Under The Romance And Drama Genre, Often
Movies falling under the romance and drama genre, often have a predictable plot of usually two
people falling in love along with some drama that could lead to a very intriguing film. Director Ross
Katz, took the novel The Choice, written by Nicholas Sparks, and casted the novel into a film where a
large variety of cinematography techniques are used to get different perspectives on the film.
Cinematographer Alar Kivilo and director Ross Katz use different cinematic points of view, color, and
camera movement to show how true love can be found by two people. Cinematic points of view have
four subsections, objective, subjective, indirective and directors interpretive. The different categories
of cinematic points of view determine how the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In The Choice, the objective point of view is being used when Travis takes Gabby and his other four
friends on a boat ride to the middle of the lake. The camera is being placed alongside the boat so the
viewers can watch what the friends are undertaking. In some of the scene, we can see the whole boat
while Travis is driving and the rest of the friends are relaxing. The women are laying out on the front
end of the boat with their hair flying from the wind and the men are sitting near the back of the boat
talking to Travis and conversing. It would be most logical for this scene to be objective because then
we can see what is going on at once and still feel as if we there enjoying time with them in the sun and
feeling the fresh air from the boat ride. The objective point of view is mainly used the most throughout
the film.
In another particular scene, Gabby and Travis are having a candle lit, romantic supper together. The
camera is placed at the end of the table, angling up in a way so we can see the food, plates, silverware,
and cups sitting on the table. Gabby and Travis are sitting at the same physical level so the camera can
capture both of their faces while they are looking at each other. With the camera angling up it makes
us feel as if Gabby and Travis are even closer now as they were before because they are getting more
comfortable around each other. After their romantic supper, they both do dishes and proceed to start
vigorously grabbing one
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Descriptive Essay On A Concert
Concert Nights
The feeling was chimerical. Seeing these bands up close was an amazing experience.
This summer I attended two concerts, and just thinking about how those bands were in the same place
as me is just something I will never forget.
I ve been to concerts before, but I ve never seen notorious bands, it was always local bands. This
summer I saw Nickelback and Green Day. I saw Nickelback and Green Day back to back, and they
were both on school nights so I can assure you I was tired the next morning. Those concerts were the
best concerts I have ever been to in my life.
My mom and I have wanted to see Nickelback for a while so when my mom told me we were going to
witness them in concert I went haywire. I ve wanted to go for such an enduring time. The concert was
primarily scheduled for June 23 but was sadly cancelled due to flash flooding. I was pretty bummed
out, but my mom was turbulent because she had been waiting for years to go see them in concert and
was scared that the tickets she bought would go to waste. We later found out that we could still use the
tickets, but unfortunately the concert was rescheduled on a school night, but my mom made it very
clear that we were not missing this concert what so ever. So on August 15 my mom, my two uncles,
my mom s friend, and I headed down to Noblesville. When we got there we pulled into the parking lot
and saw a car with the name Lillian on it, which was to some extent funny as a result of my mom s
other friend was at
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The annexation of Hawaii Essay
The Hawaiian Seizure The annexation of Hawaii was an important event in the history of the world. It
is still not easy for the Hawaiians to accept the fact that America had taken over a land 2500 miles
away from the West Coast. In 1917 Hawaii was considered the 50th state supported by the islanders
after a plebiscite. Queen Lydia Kamakaeha Liliuokalani was overthrown because of the support of the
United States army as well as naval forces to a group of businessmen belonging to the sugar and
pineapple industry. The Armed forces of the United States were ordered to provide this support on the
directives of the minister of the United States to Hawaii. In reality they were missionaries who had
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After discovering how the island was conspired into this seizure, Cleveland recommended that the
monarchy should be restored. In a message to the Congress, specifically addressing Minister Wallis,
Cleveland urged to restore the condition of the island as it was previous to the lawless landing of the
forces of the United States at the Honolulu. He proposed that the past should be buried and the
restored Government should resume its authority without being affected. But Congress did not act
upon this command. In 1894, Hawaii came under Stanford Dole, who, declared himself president of
the Republic without much consent from the natives. The queen was placed under house arrest held
for the guilt of treason. A fine of $5000 was also placed on her. In 1896, the Republican Party called
for the annexation of Hawaii in the presidential election. In 1990, Hawaii legitimately became a U.S.
territory under William McKinley, out of fear that it may be annexed by Japan. He also feared that he
lacked majority support for the annexation in the Senate. Eventually, several immigrant laborers from
all over the world joined the sugar business. Today Hawaii comprises of people belonging to China,
Japan, and Portuguese from Madeira and the Azores including Puerto Rican s, Koreans and Filipinos.
This resulted in Hawaii
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Analysis Of Great Expectations
Great Expectations
1. The title of the book is Great Expectations.
2. The author of Great Expectations is Charles Dickens.
3. The genre of Great Expectations is realistic fiction.
4. Great Expectations takes place in nineteenth century England and follows the life of Pip from his
childhood years in the early 1800s.
5. The protagonist and narrator in Great Expectations is Pip who begins as a child in the beginning of
the novel but the reader sees him grow up into adulthood. Starting as a child, Pip develops desires to
become better and attain higher social status. These strong desires cause Pip to become very narrow
minded and Pip values the material things over a person s character. Pip then begins to badly treat his
family and friends because he is ashamed of them. Despite this, Pip is still a very sympathetic person
and ultimately just wants to help those around him as seen when he gives food and a file to a prisoner
in the beginning of the novel.
Estella is a girl who was raised by Miss. Havisham and Pip fell in love with her at a very young. As
children, Estella continually picked on Pip because of his social class and appearance. Despite Estella
s cruelty, Pip still longs for her and wants to better himself so he can marry her. Estella tries to
convince Pip that she is not the one for him but that does not stop Pip from trying to pursue her. It later
comes out that Estella was on a lower social spectrum than Pip before she was taken in by Miss.
Havisham making it very
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Genetic Transformation And Its Effect On The Green...
The incorporation a plasmid vector, pGLO, into Escherichia coli via transformation is described. This
recombinant plasmid that has been altered contains the ability to fluoresce green under ultraviolet light
because of the Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP). pGLO also encompasses an antibiotic resistance
gene, bla, that allows E. coli to grow in media that contains penicillin derivative antibiotics such as
ampicillin. We conclude that the protein, GFP, is indeed responsible for the green fluorescence as
pGLO contains the gene to encode for it, which is turned on when arabinose is present. Additionally,
when the protein is subjected to denaturation, it decreases the fluorescence and changes the
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Plasmids are the extra chromosomal DNA in which most bacteria contain in addition to their bacterial
chromosome. Plasmids can be used as vectors to transfer DNA into a host bacterium. A nonpathogenic
strain of Escherichia coli (E. coli) HB101;K 12, is the host bacterium used to take up the plasmid with
the imported gene to be observed. pGLO is a recombinant plasmid that consists of a gene that codes
for Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) and also contains a gene, beta lactam antibiotic (bla), that
expresses antibiotic resistance. GFP is a protein that is produced by the jellyfish Aequoria victoria and
has the ability to fluoresce green when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. The gene for GFP can be
turned on in the transformed bacterial cell in the presence of the sugar, arabinose. The bacteria that
contain the beta lactam antibiotic have the ability to create beta lactamase, which is an enzyme that
hydrolyzes the beta lactam rings of antibiotics which penicillin derivatives (among a broad range of
others) contain, deeming them incompetent. Beta lactam antibiotics inhibit the peptidoglycan layer of
the bacterial cell wall and because E.coli is a gram negative bacteria, its peptidoglycan layer is easily
susceptible to inhibition. pGLO contains fundamental genes that take part in the replication of the
plasmid DNA and the expression of its traits. bla (indicated by Amp in Figure A) is a gene that codes
for beta lactamase, which is an enzyme that functions to
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Suicide And Suicide Interventions On The Drink Of Suicide
Helping individuals suffering from suicidal ideations and attempts at self harm calls upon a social
worker s ethical obligation to service. According to the NASW Code of Ethics, social workers primary
goal is to help people in need and address social problems (National Association of Social Workers,
2008). A way to fulfill this duty is by giving first responders the tools necessary to adequately talk
with people in crisis and on the brink of suicide. Considered a preventable cause of death, suicide is a
major public health concern in many industrial and post industrial countries, and one of the three
leading causes of death worldwide among individuals from 15 to 44 years of age (Hoy, Natarajan,
Petra, 2016).
Often times individuals in crisis will come in contact with first responders either by contacting
emergency services themselves or from a call placed by a family member or concerned citizen.
According to research by Gould et al. (2013), to address the global tragedy of nearly one million
deaths by suicide worldwide, public health interventions with widespread capacity to reach at risk
populations are needed (Gould et al., 2013). One way to attain this goal is by training dispatchers, law
enforcement officers, paramedics, and firefighters on the current evidence based practices for suicidal
crisis intervention. Providing first responders with the skills needed to more effectively communicate
with the suicide population should, in turn, increase the
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Emile Durkheim s The Elementary Forms of Religious Life
The crux of Emile Durkheim s The Elementary Forms of Religious Life lies in the concept of
collective effervescence, or the feelings of mutually shared emotions. Through a hermeneutical
approach, Durkheim investigates the reflexiveness of social organization, the balance between form
and content, and the immense cooperation in collective representations. In his work, society is the
framework of humanity and gives it meaning, whereas religion acts as the tool to explain it. Since
society existed prior to the individual, the collective mind must be understood before the concept of
the individual can be grasped. However, one component seems missing from his social theory what
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By identifying with a group, collective emotions can be experienced even in solitude, as evidenced by
the existence of two separate worlds. The use of incommensurable points to the dichotomy of society
and the individual and highlights the fact that the social construct consists of individual components
rather than a single entity. This is evidenced when a man speaks to the crowd and His language
becomes high flown...the feelings he arouses return to him enlarged and amplified, reinforcing his
own to the same degree (212). The speaker expresses the collective sentiment and, much like a
biological positive feedback loop, the emotions of the crowd resonate back to the speaker. Thus the
speaker transcends his own identity as simply an individual and becomes an incarnate of the group.
When emotions trickle down from society to the individual, they loop back and beget society. By
investigating the piacular rites of the Australian aborigines, Durkheim suggests that social rituals
create both a sense of grief and group duty. Primitive forms of mourning consist of beating, bruising,
lacerating, and burning oneself...sometimes [to the extent that] they do not survive their wounds (402).
Through these acts of self inflicted pain and torment, members of society partake in a form of re
presenting the dichotomy of life and death. The emotional rites seem to stem from society itself, for
the rites embody the rites of
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American Council On Exercise And Joining Forces
American Council On Exercise/Joining Forces Chelby Calhoun University of New Orleans American
Council on Exercise (ACE)/Joining Forces The initiative/program I chose was the American Council
on Exercise working with Joining Forces. ACE, founded in 1985, is a non profit organization out of
San Diego, California. This initiative started due to a group of individuals believing that preventive
measures were the way to approach the obesity and chronic disease epidemic. Thirty years have
passed and ACE is now the largest, most trusted organization to provide health and fitness to the
public. The organization is ever growing, vowing to make a change within itself on a yearly bases.
ACE does several things such as: educate and certify health and fitness professionals, develop and
distribute publications, serves as America s Authority on Fitness, connects the public with qualified
professionals, and build relationships with policy makers. The initial target group for ACE starts with
getting individuals to become certified professional trainers, health coaches, and specialty coaches. All
of ACE s professionals appear on a registry found at USreps.org. This registry allows individuals to
feel secure in that the professional, from a certified trainer to a specialist, they are working with is
legitimate. ACE provides continuing education, research outcomes, and workshops in order to be
more affective. By increasing the number of professionals there
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Essay On Schizoid Personality Disorder
On the other hand, people with Schizotypal Personality Disorder are characterized by a pervasive
pattern of social and personal limitations. They experience serious discomfort in social environments
and have a lower capacity for close relationships. For these reasons, they tend to be socially isolated,
reserved, and distant. Like Schizoid Personality Disorders, people who suffer from Schizotypal
Personality Disorder have few social relationships, but unlike the schizoid, these people desire to have
social relationships. Unlike the Schizoid Personality Disorder, they also experience perceptual and
cognitive distortions and eccentric behavior. These people are poor at judging how others perceived
them. Corinne Zupanic in the magazine Mental Health and Wellness Information states that the people
with this personality disorder suffer perception abnormalities. It may include noticing sudden flashes
of light no one else can see, or even noticing things or shadows in the corner of their eyes and then
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Commonly, these disregarding of rights are manifested with violent acts. Some of these aggressive
behaviors usually appear during childhood. When kids, they might act in a hostile way, by hurting
animals, bullying other kids and setting fires. When grown ups, these behaviors start to intensify.
Adults with Antisocial Personality Disorders might put themselves in aggressive situations and take
little responsibility for their actions. People with this type of disorder usually disobey the social norms
and manipulate others when acting impulsively in order to get what he/she wants. It is very common
that these people have a criminal record. Individuals who had an unstable and violent family during
childhood have more chances to bear with
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  • 2. Elements Of A Political Cartoon Political cartoons can be humorous and revealing, but they are also a powerful way to start debates, especially in the rhetorical situation of a presidential election. A cartoon that discusses Trump in a security briefing by Chris Britt, shown in the US News and World Report on August 22, 2016, displays the traits of a political cartoon by creating discussion about the presidential election. This cartoon depicts Trump showing the military generals a list of who he wants to attack, which leads to the generals telling him that he will not have access to the nuclear codes. Britt s cartoon effectively utilizes many of the elements of a cartoon to entertain a broad audience while spurring discussion about whether Trump is fit to be in charge of our nation. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Gerberg, who defines the element of what makes a cartoon in What is a Cartoon writes, Now in order for a cartoon to communicate instantly, its components must be artfully arranged within the frame so the reader sees them in a particular sequence (130). These lines written by Gerberg support the claim because Britt drew the cartoon in a way to make Trump look hilariously ridiculous through the way he draws Trump s eyes, hair, and mouth. The way that Trump s mouth and eyes are drawn are humorous because it looks like he is rolling his eyes at the generals and he is pouting since he is not getting his way of getting the nuclear codes to attack all the people that he does not like. The way Trump s hair is drawn also makes the cartoon funny because even though his hair looks like this in real life, it is overexaggerated and is taking up half the cartoon. His hair brings humor because it is sticking up as if he is mad that he is not getting his way of getting the nuclear codes to attack his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Donald Trump Bellwether Of America For the sake of the United States and for the rest of the world Donald Trump should not rise to presidency. It is certain that any other known candidate could perform the job better, and will live up to the responsibility. Furthermore, a better candidate can persuade people without insulting the people of our beloved country. Donald Trump verbalizes in his campaign, Make America great again, but that is implying America is not great already. It is one of the reasons Donald Trump should not become the herald of America. Why should he become the bellwether of a nation he doesn t believe is great? Why not express his ideas on how to make the United States the most prominent? Along with believing our country isn t great, he shows no emotion ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Figural Statues In Ancient Rome Rome was a powerful empire that took substantial pleasure in creating lifelike figural statues that they learned from Greek sculptures. However, their unique eyes caught beauty in the imperfection of the human form instead of washing them over with idealism. There are many surviving statues that show just how realism played an important role for Roman artist. Contrary to the Greeks, during the republic and imperial eras, Rome strived to perfect realism, which one sees with their figural busts and full standing sculptures. Firstly, the strive to capture literal details can be seen with the way Romans created their busts for both men and woman. A bust is a sculpture of just a person s head, neck and chest. Busts were very popular in Roman times and their focus was creating realistic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Romans are known for their outstanding lifelike full figure statues that replicate the person flawlessly. While they created figural sculptors of their emperors to celebrate their victories, they still focused on actual details rather than erasing their imperfections. The bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius riding horseback, even weathered as it is, one can see creases carved into both man and horse. As well as, both look like they were captured in a moment of action, which is depicted with the horses raised hoof and slightly turned head. Another example of this capturing of realism is of a Roman aristocrat holding the busts of his ancestors. Not only does this show how this was similar to today s photographs and how important having a bust of a loved one was to the ancient Romans, but the sculpture itself captures an older gentleman. He was carved to represent who he was at that moment with balding head and wrinkles. Keeping the sculptures as real looking as possible was a way of keeping a record of reality and it proved to be extremely important to them ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Phi227 Exam Review 02 Essay 1. In the paternalistic model of doctor patient relationship, power resident exclusively with Doctors; in the engineering model, it resides entirely with Patients. 2. In the engineering model of doctor patient relationship, the doctor s job is to provide technical information. 3. Among the advantages of the collegial model of doctor patient relationship are the following: a. Share decision making. b. Trust of the relationship. 4. There are three kinds of incompetent patients: a. Patients who are used to be competent are not longer competent, but they expressed their wishes before becoming incompetent. b. Patients who are used to be competent are not longer competent did not express their wishes, but their values/ principles/ ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Disclosure and comprehension of relevant information b. Patient s competence c. Patient Agreement with the treatment plan 13. For Edmund Pellegrino, it is necessary for doctors to practice virtue for the following: a. credibility b. it is necessary in certain circumstance weather there are no rules or rules do not apply or provide little guideline. 14. Combined advance directives are the best kind of advanced directives for the following reasons: a. The proxy makes sure the decision by respecting the patient b. More than 2 persons to contribute the wishes. 15. For Pellegrino, even though the obedience to the law is necessary in medical practice, it is not enough for the following reason: It is because the law only protects against the basic human rights. 16. Except in the case of emergency, all patients must sign a consent form before undergoing a surgical procedure. 17. Pellegrino argues for a three tiered system of obligations incumbent upon physicians. They are in ascending order of ethical sensitivity. a. Obedience to the law. b. Observance of rights.
  • 7. c. Practice of virtue. 18. It may be ethical to breach patient confidentiality under the following circumstances: a. Patients are danger to themselves. b. Patients harm to another person. Patient s sexual partner child abuse elder abuse. 19. According to the utilitarians, the beneficial consequences of maintaining patient confidentiality include the following: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Ascent Of Money In his latest work, The Ascent of Money, Niall Ferguson goes to great lengths to convince the reader that finance is the foundation of human progress. Ferguson starts with an attempt to answer the questions; what is money, how is it used, and how has it evolved over time? He argues that the evolution of credit and debt is as important as technological innovation. The specific interest to military leaders is how money, or the lack there of, played pivotal roles throughout history. Money to generals is the sinews of war .1 Niall Ferguson is well qualified to discuss this as a renowned British historian and professor of history at Harvard University. He is a bestselling author who has published numerous books on historical topics. Niall progresses ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Analysis Of Stop All The Clocks W. H. Auden s poem, Stop all the clocks, expresses the meaning of massive grief, a tragic loss, and a tireless hopelessness best represented in the last lines, For nothing now can ever come to any good. Personally the mood of the poem felt a bit depressing and a sadness that I know all too well. The title and first line of the poem explains the author s heartbroken grief by including the audience to do something which we all know is not possible, Stop all the clocks. This itself let us know that time could not be stopped, yet when a loved one has pass it feels like at that particular time we don t want to believe that the love of our life is gone. So we want the clocks to stop. The time could also signify to the death and shortness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The funeral parade described in lines 7 and 8 serves to further represent both the importance of the deceased and the grief caused by this person s death. The third verse, especially lines 9, 10, and 11, again bring the closeness of the relationship between the author and the deceased. The author shows great respect for this person by using overstatement, figure of speech to imply how important this person meant to the author. In line 9, He was my North, my South, my East and West, indicates the intimacy between the two individuals and incorporated with the next line, My working week and my Sunday rest, indicates their relationship to be of a very devoted nature. This is also stated in line 12, I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong. This can be interpreted to represent the speaker s unawareness toward an inescapable death. The author s love for this man is very rare as he can describe it, to the points of end of time. This love between them is so strong that anyone reading this poem would believe their love will last forever, but as you read on you realize not until the death of this person that he loved; was the realization made that this thing called love, like everything else, must and will come to an end. The last verse mainly line 16 states the hopelessness of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Difference Between Social And Social Psychology Social Psychology and Multicultural Psychology Paper i. Define social psychology. Social psychology is the science that aims to determine how people think about, relate to, feel about, and influence one another. Social psychology is a branch of study on social influence, how individuals have an influence on one another. Social influence is noted to affect trivial behaviours, such as making paper airplanes in class, as well as important behaviour, such as giving in to majority opinion over one s judgement. It is an attempt to understand and lay down how thought, behaviour, feeling of a person is affected by the actual, implied, imagined, presence of other people. For example, the social influence of social psychology can be demonstrated with an instance involving Kim, ken, and their friend s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, a person bending to the majority people s decision over one s judgment on an issue is a social influence by the presence of others. Second, the phrase actual presence of others implies a physical appearance in the place to influence thought or feelings. Imagined presence makes people regulate their behaviour according to the reactions that they imagine people will give about the behaviour. The implied presence is demonstrated by the people automatically obeying social artefacts, such as streetlights, or other objects such as a black, may imply the presence of a person. ii. Describe the primary research strategies used in social psychology and give an example of each. There are three different types of primary research strategies that can be used with social psychology. They are descriptive, experimental, and correlation research methods. The research methods differ in the kind of hypothesis each investigates, and the issues it raise. Descriptive ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Essay On Student Stress College students are stressed all the time, so much that it has become a daily emotion in their academic career. College students stress increases when we go away to college because we have a lot of freedom that we never had before. Some students have been so dependent on their parents for so long that when it comes to daily task they are at so confused on how to properly complete it. In college we experience academic, financial, family, social, and family stress. Stress is a normal human behavior but it can physically and mentally harm us. To deal with stress one has to find ways to cope in order to decrease their stress level. Ideal coping mechanisms for a college student is counseling, communication , and relaxation techniques instead of leisure activities. As we go through the transition of becoming college students we become vulnerable to stress because we are trying to find ourself, keep up with our academics, have a social life and adjust to a new life. It becomes so much for a college student that they easily become stressed. Even if students are physiologically stressed they don t seek counseling, however others try to look for counseling because it gives social support and interpersonal coping techniques that a college student can seek.In the article College Student Stress and Mental Health: Examination of Stigmatic Views on Mental health Counseling Stated This study suggested a need to increase students use of mental health counseling services. Many students ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Learning Self-Analysis Essay I once thought of myself as a slow learner. My friends and acquaintances seemed to have knowledge and experiences unknown to me. I now realize I was a sheltered learner. My sensory input was limited. What I saw, read, heard, and even did, was limited to what my parents, teachers, preachers and even my spouse, thought I should experience. Reading, which once seemed restricted to school books, the Bible, and parenting books, became an adventure to a new life. I acquired new desires, dreams, goals and thoughts. I developed a can do attitude instead of a wait and see approach to living. Instead of spending countless hours watching television, I checked out books from the library. In waiting rooms I would select magazines with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I wanted more information. I wanted to hear their story. I wanted to know how they did it, what they thought afterwards, and what they would do different. I began listening to different music styles. I signed up for various seminars and joined a few clubs. I wanted to hear what other people had to say. I no longer had feeling of being sheltered. I wanted to see America from the mountains to the plains, from the East Coast to the West Coast, and I did. I have visited many of the sites I have heard about and read about. I saw New York when the Twin towers were still new. I saw the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, and the street vendors up and down The Avenue of Americans. I have seen the Seattle Space Needle and Mount St. Helens before and after the eruption of May 1980. At the Mojave airport in Mojave, California, I saw the Voyager aircraft that was flown by Dick Rutan Jeana Yeager, in 1986, non stop around the world. I have seen the dreams of others when I attended the Experimental Aircraft Association fly in at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. As an adult I experienced laughing like a child during a visit at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Just this past summer, I enjoyed hearing joyful laughter from my granddaughter when we visited Disney World in Orlando, Florida. I have experienced the bitter cold of winter in the Canadian city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. And I have felt the hot and humid summer days along the Gulf Coast at Long Beach, Mississippi. I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. `` This Is Water `` By David Foster Wallace We are all selfish no matter how hard we try to deny it. I learned this by listening to the speech This is Water , by David Foster Wallace. In the speech, Wallace discusses that if we actually think about what we think about, then we can make our lives better. He also talks about how the exact same experience means two different things to two different people based on their beliefs. Another thing he talks about is that we are all self centered and tend to interpret life just thinking about ourselves. I completely agree with Wallace s ideas of people being self centered and also that people give different meanings to the exact same thing, because they make sense and also because that is how we all think, but no one wants to accept it. In Wallace s speech, he says that, It s a matter of choosing to do the work of somehow altering or getting free of my natural, hard wired default setting which is to be deeply and literally self centered and to see and interpret life through this lens of self (Wallace 3). What Wallace means in this quote is that our default setting is to think about ourselves without even thinking twice about it, and that we are the absolute center of the universe. Wallace first makes this statement in section two of the speech, but he keeps talking about this idea throughout the entire speech. He believes that it is hard for people to stop thinking only about themselves, but rather think of other people, and be more aware of the choices we make. I agree ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Implementing Core Competencies Of The Strategic Planning... Organizations must develop and execute strategic plans to ensure future company growth and success. Assessing the internal and external aspects affecting a business is a key part of the strategic planning process, as it provides a vector for organizations to maintain a competitive advantage within a marketplace that is continuously evolving. Using quantitative data is considered a best practice to begin an assessment by reviewing recent financial performance and objectively determining the company s current financial condition (Abraham, 2012). Subsequently, innovative organizations like Tesla Motors must apply methodologies to intimately measure subjective aspects such as a company s competitive strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and potential threats. A SWOT analysis is the operational method used to analyze these aspects (Abraham, 2012). The purpose of the following project is to apply core competencies of the strategic planning curriculum to inspire a culture of strategic innovation within organizational leaders of tomorrow. First, we will take an assessment of Tesla Motors history, the company s current products, and major competitors affecting the innovative company s business plan. Then, we can examine the current market situation to determine any potential barriers to organizational success, before applying the principles of a SWOT analysis to determine Tesla s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats that may affect the future of the organization. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Iceland s Impact On The Economy . Iceland had a shorter, less severe recession after its banking crises than did Ireland. The most prominent difference is their exchange rate regimes. Iceland s flexible exchange rate allowed Icelandic government to come up with rapid resolution of its banking crisis without bailing out creditors. Iceland s combination of a flexible exchange rate and a policy of closing its failed banks appears to have served the country well in the aftermath of the financial crisis. Banking crises in Iceland and Ireland came to a head at the height of the financial crisis in September and October 2008. These countries took quite different approaches in dealing with these difficulties. Ireland and Iceland are small island countries with many ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A substantial part of the expansion of the banks loan portfolios were loans collateralized by Icelandic corporate stock. As a result, the value of Icelandic stock was an important determinant of the value of the banks loans and, therefore, assets. The value of shares rose and then peaked in mid July 2007. By July 2008, share prices had fallen to less than half their value at the peak. This loss in collateral value naturally called into question the probability of lenders being able to repay their loans. The expansion of banking in Iceland reflected growth of both domestic and foreign deposits. Banks in Iceland opened branch offices in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands to gather deposits there. They also expanded by acquiring other institutions. The banks increased their funding by obtaining short term loans from other financial institutions for example, money market funds in the United States. Such funding from other financial intermediaries is often called wholesale funding. A risk of wholesale funding is rollover risk lenders may decide not to roll over these short term loans when they mature, especially if they become concerned about the borrower s solvency. At the time, Icelandic banks were acquiring funds in the United States, the United Kingdom, and the euro area each with a different currency, and all with a different currency than the Icelandic króna. As a result of this borrowing in other currencies, Icelandic banks were subject ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Memory Distortion Memory vs. Experience Do we really know what is true to remember? Do we really remember the actual memory? Although some people do not believe that people can mentally delete parts of a memory, many cases prove this method of memory distortion. The perception people remember that they had within a memory is what forms the factual pieces of a memory. During the recall and retrieval process, a memory is replayed consistently, but the more times it is replayed, the more times new and inaccurate information is added to the memory. We do not choose between experiences; we choose between memories of experiences. Our memory is tampered with by the many factors that interfere with the encoding process of memory, therefore, changing the memory altogether. Experimental work on memory distortion has caught the consideration of the more extensive emotional wellness field, of the legitimate calling, and of the overall population. One reason is this: In the most recent decade, hundreds if not a great many of patients have risen up out of psychotherapy charging their fathers and moms, their uncles and granddads, their previous neighbors, their previous instructors and specialists, and endless others, of sexually manhandling them years prior. The patients frequently guarantee that they have stifled or separated the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In some sense the trials in the deception worldview, in which individuals are given transcripts said to have been given by different witnesses of a severe event, can be considered as exhibitions of social impacts on memory. This is particularly valid for such studies that have analyzed the credibility of the source giving the deceptive data [Underwood 8: Pezdek, 1998]. Then again, efficient studies manipulating social weight and gathering agreement on false recollections are only just now starting to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Personal Narrative-AP Teacher Mrs. Alves I find myself in a perpetual whirlwind of phases so the only concrete things I have to bandage together some sort of identity are the things my therapist has noticed about my speech patterns and thought process. I love to (over) analyze, (over) think, and (under) achieve. It s possible the reason I have phases with music, film, and taste in clothing or art has come with the realization that there s so much stuff, and I don t want to miss out on anything. I grew up reading fantasy and watching films like Labyrinth, which I credit to the beginning of my interest in literature and film. Last year I had a mild obsession with haikus, especially that of Kobayashi Issa, and watched cheesy 90s sci fi. As of late I ve been on a biography and documentary ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I don t feel productive if I m not painting or writing or creating something. I coincide with all the ugly and pretentious attributes associated with artists. I love to be hunched over a piece I m working on for hours at a time, I ve accidentally drunk paint water, and I will defend modern art and its validity in my last dying breath. I have a hard time distinguishing between being pretentious and being passionate, and spent a very long time qualifying everything I would say about art with I know this sounds pretentious but... Since then I have decided that my ego isn t big enough to be pretentious...or is that a pretentious thought. I overuse words like pretentious to the point where they begin to lose meaning, like when you say your name over and over again and it becomes a mulling sound with no body or purpose. My biggest fear is that this essay is just that: a mulling sound with no body or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. High Stakes Testing Dilemmas The goal of education is to impart knowledge, wisdom, life skills, morals and values into the multitude of students we teach. This obligation is not only directed toward our work with students but is indicative of how we should strive to function each and every day as educators serving with high ethical standards. There is a lot of pressure on teacher during the high stakes testing season but this should not influence educators to behave in any manner that would be unethical for any reason. I am pleased and relieved to say that I have not witnessed blatant cheating as I have operated in the capacity of a building test coordinator. The only issued I encountered was a colleague asked to view the test so she could prepare her students. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. A Speech At Texas s State Capitol On July 1, 2013, Texas Senator Wendy Davis made a speech at Texas s State Capitol. She had an audience of about 5,000 people, as she spoke about Women s Rights and Texan power. In Stand with Texas Women , Wendy Davis argues that Texas is all about fairness, so women deserve equal opportunity. Specifically, Davis states that Texas has pushed to be fair, but politicians have been selfish in their careers. Her point is that creating equal opportunity for women will help not only Texan families, but Texas as a whole. She also points out that Texas needs politicians who want what is best for the state and the people. Overall, Davis s main purpose is to unite Texan women in order to make equal opportunity to improve Texans quality of life. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The importance of the date of the Stand with Texas Women speech is that it was only a few days after her filibuster at the senate. She was trying to reach out to the women who felt regretful about their abortions. She was trying to further her points from the filibuster, by talking directly to the Texas women who attended the rally. As she stood in front of 5,000 men and women at the Texas Capitol, she stood in front of a much larger audience than expected. Her speech targeted women and men wanting a better life for them and their families. During the weekend before she spoke Rick Perry, knowing she is a single mother accused her of not learning her lesson (Koh, Luthra). He was pushing her to a limit that she did not appreciate. She attacked him in her speech by stating I was lucky enough to be able to make the choices in my life that I knew would work for me. And I don t regret for one minute my decisions about my daughters, my education or my direction in life. She pushed through what Rick Perry said about her, by showing her strength in her speech about her past. As abortion rights lay as a big issue, she makes a statement about the issue in the speech. She suggested a better way of limiting unwanted pregnancy by suggesting investing in good family planning services and honest, effective, age appropriate sex education rather than regulating abortion. At the rally, a few women ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Compare And Contrast The Gulf Of Tonkin In August 1964, two US destroyed that were positioned in the Gulf of Tonkin in Vietnam claimed that they had been attacked by North Vietnamese forces. President Lyndon B. Johnson demanded authorization from the United States Congress to augment US military presence in Vietnam. As a result, congress ended up passing the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution which authorized President Jonson to act any way to retaliate against the Vietnamese. Later on, many would question if either attacks had taken place. Key leaders included Barry Goldwater, William Westmoreland who was the US general who advocated aggressive strategies against Viet Cong and NVA using large numbers of US forces. Lastly, another key leader was Ho Chi Minh who was a North Vietnamese communist ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. homework7 12 8. a. using the Figure 12 11 information, develop a risk assessment for the Espy Company. These are the risk assessment in the order of probability from high to low: Followed by Vandalism: 0.65; Brownout: 0.40; Power surge: 0.40; Flood: 0.15; Fire: 0.10; Software failure: 0.10; Equipment failure:0.08. Embezzlement:0. 05. Based on the probability, Estimated loss situation range Control cost In order to prevent that (Solutions): Vandalism 1,000 15,000 8,000 1. Give limited people to access the data. (set up authorizations.) Make sure only people who needs what information and who have rights to edit what information. 2. Change the access code or passwords of employee periodically. 3. Manually monitor their own property. For example, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2. Update the website server periodically. 3. Privacy Internal control Customer information Customer information may be stolen and sold. 1. Encrypted is required as account number. 2. Password are required. Credit card number risk Card information was stolen by hackers and sold to others. Result in customer loss their money. 1.Require technical support make sure no potential risk for hackers to enter the system. 2.Setup firewall. 3. The accounting student who is evaluating the reliability of Basic Requirements infor mation system is interested in becoming an IT auditor. Describe some of the specific actions an IT auditor would take to verify that Kara and Scott have adequate controls in place concerning privacy. He/ She should have a basic idea about Basic s business process. By communicating with Basic s employee He/ She can draw a DFD and monitor the weakest problem though out the whole process. He/ She should see what could be added into the internal control process. Which process was duplicated and should be reduced. After these, design a internal control model and test it. Later on keep working as data or business processes changes.
  • 22. Extra 1: Briefly describe what ACL is designed to do and how it was used in each case (i.e., identify 3 specific tasks as to how ACL was used in the audit framework and one way it was used to enhance the analytics capabilities of the company). For Emirates, summarize the broad impact of ACL in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Relationship Between Right Wing Authoritarianism And... Assessing the relationship between right wing authoritarianism and climate change beliefs. As time goes by, Earth is becoming more at risk of climate change effects (Commoner, 1990, as cited in Schultz and Stone, 1994). Nearly all scientists agree that the change is caused by the acts of humans (Intergovernmental, 2007 as cited in Hakkinen and Akarami 2014). Though, with this being said, it seems that people are not that worried and it is not being discussed as much as it should be. (Maibach, Feinberg Howe 2013, as cited in Hakkinen and Akarami 2014). Within this study I am going to be investigating the relationship between right wing authoritarianism and climate change beliefs. In previous studies such as Peterrson et all (1993), their data showed that with high levels of right wing authoritarianism can lead to negative social issues, but within the study there was nothing significant when it came to climate change beliefs. Following this was an investigation done by Shultz and Stone (1994). This study showed that there was data to suggest that there was a negative relationship between RWA and CC beliefs. In 2014, Hakkinen and Akrami s study also found a negative relationship between the two but also found that when shown a news cast before answering can change a person s answers about environmental issues. After looking over these readings, my hypothesis is that there will be a negative relationship between right wing authoritarianism and climate change beliefs. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Significance of the Role of Malcolm X on African... To what extent was the role of Malcolm X significant in the rise of radical African American activism (1965 1968)? A. Plan of the Investigation To what extent was the role of Malcolm X significant in the rise of radical African American activism (1965 1968)? This investigation will assess the significance of Malcolm X s significance in giving rise to African American activism. Malcolm X s motives, involvement in the civil rights movement and his leadership will all be discussed in order to understand the extent of his significance. To add further understanding and provide justification a summarization of evidence will be included. Also, an evaluation of sources will allow for details which provide justification in saying that Malcolm ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, this source is limited due to the lack of discussion about his impact on many people and how he laid the foundation for many activist groups and organizations. D. Analysis When making the final evaluation of Malcolm X s role of significance in bringing rise to African American activism, tow aspects of his role must be evaluated. One includes his motivation and the other is what he wanted to accomplish. Malcolm X s motivation was his oppressed youth. When Malcolm was younger he and his family were harassed by the Ku Klux Klan which caused them to move to another part of Michigan. Sadly enough, after they moved, the racism became worse. A racist mob set his family s home on fire and all of the white emergency responders and firefighters watched their house burn down. Shortly after this, Malcolm X s father died and this sent his mother into a deep depression of shock and grief which eventually caused her to be submitted into a mental institution. Malcolm left home and after leaving, he became involved in drugs and crime. This became his motivation. He wanted to fight back and provide young black youth with better and more positive opportunities. However, it was not just young black youth he was advocating for, but it was all African Americans. As an outspoken civil rights leader in the 1960s, Malcolm X wanted to encourage black ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Preventing The Health Care System In fear of financial devastation, my aunt struggled with accruing medical debt because she could not afford health insurance for her two young boys. Although a working single mother, she fell above the federal poverty line for the state of Florida inhibiting health care access for her two sons. My aunt was faced with the choice of paying her household bills and ensuring there was food on the table or spending her money on health insurance. Unfortunately, hospital visits are inevitable with two active boys. One cousin actually fractured his skull requiring an emergency room visit and CT scans, which took two years for my aunt to fully pay for. These experiences, which many Americans will encounter, cause the majority of the population to avoid the health care system unless confronted with dire circumstances. Our health care system deters undeserved populations and uninsured individuals from participating in routine check ups or visiting primary care physicians, contributing decreasing practice of preventative care. As human beings, it is our civil duty to ensure the well being of the community and not just that of the individual. By implementing health care as a basic right, we will expand preventative care practice in the United States ultimately leading to improved health outcomes and cost containment of health expenditures. Currently, our nation is experiencing a vast socioeconomic disparity in access to primary and preventative care. Studies have shown, the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Impulsive And Immature In Shakespeare s Romeo And Juliet In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare characterizes Romeo s character to be both impulsive and immature in things that include love and things that don t include love. Romeo s rash behavior and hasty decisions are one the reasons for the downfall of Romeo and Juliet. Despite Romeo and Juliet both being the heirs of two enemies, they fall in love rather quickly, forgetting hardships that would come, proving that it s better to think before you act. Before Romeo meets Juliet, he is in love with Rosaline, so much so that when she rejects him, he mourns for her, acting unhappy and downhearted. As a result of that, he creates a depressed environment around him as Montague says, Shuts up his windows, locks fair daylight out, and makes himself an artificial night (1.1.142 143). Revealing just how much Rosaline s rejections affects him. Rosaline has taken an oath of chastity, this plays a big role in his sadness as this leaves her uncharmed by Romeo, making her, in strong proof of chastity well armed, from love s weak childish bow she lives uncharmed (1.1.218 219). Romeo s love for Rosaline seems more like an obsession than love as it affects Romeo s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When Romeo finds Juliet dead he goes to the Apothecary to find a poison that would kill. Romeo also wants a death that is very quick, asking the Apothecary, A dram of poison, such soon speeding gear, As will disperse itself through all the veins, That the life weary taker may fall dead (5.1.64 66). Romeo uses dramatic wordplay to describe killing himself as he says, Thou detestable maw, thou womb of death, Gorged with the dearest morsel of the earth, Thus I enforce thy rotten jaws to open, And in despite I ll cram thee with more food (5.3.45 48). Romeo deciding to to kill himself was a quick and unwise decision as if he was alive for a little bit longer Juliet s would ve woken up from her potion induced ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Power In Frankenstein Is the Quest for Power Worth the Journey? Historian John Dalberg Acton once said, absolute power corrupts absolutely (Figgins). This phenomenon is found in the novels Frankenstein, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Twilight. In each of these works a protagonist is struggling with an antagonist, in some cases an external foe, in others, himself. Dr. Jekyll, Carlisle and Dr. Frankenstein are each struggling with the power they acquired as a result knowledge they obtained. While knowledge is an essential trait most human beings search for, across these three novels it seems that the three protagonists become progressively more corrupt with the knowledge they have achieved. In Stephanie Myer s Twilight, the audience is quickly introduced to Dr. Carlisle Cullen, a vampire who creates a family for himself by using vampirism. Myer leaves the reader questioning if Carlisle abuses his power and knowledge to create his family out of loneliness. When Dr. Cullen first turns into a vampire, centuries before the events of the book, he felt desperately alone. The reader learns, he dreamed of finding others like himself. He was very lonely, you see (Myers, 341). Because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Stevenson depicts an ambitious doctor who literally begins to take the power to his head. In the letter, Jekyll wrote to his colleagues Dr. Lanyon Depicting his demise and explaining how his experiments destroyed him and how he let the power of the knowledge that he had found go straight to his head in an actual literal sense in the letter, Dr. Jekyll said, yet I was not alarmed; the fall seemed natural (Stevenson 118). As depicted in other novels when a character is struggling with an internal conflict it will lead to their demise and is ultimately turn into their down fall. If Dr. Jekyll have never played with the temptation of the knowledge that Jekyll had come cross Jekyll would have never lost his hold on what was what was right and what was right and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Carlson Shared Services Case Study 3: Carlson Companies Carlson Companies is known for being one of the leading privately held organizations in the United States. Carlson Enterprises has an existence in the business, marketing, travel, and hospitality industries. The IT division known as Carlson Shared Services, works as a service provider to all of the internal customers (Welcome to the World of Carlson, 2012). Carlson Shared Services supports a range of user applications and services. The IT division also uses a centralized data processing model that is designed to exceed the business operational requirements. The central computing environment contains an IBM mainframe and more than fifty (50) networked HP and Sun servers (Welcome to the World of Carlson, 2012). The mainframe promotes a broad range of applications. These include the Oracle financial database, e mail, Microsoft Exchange, Web, PeopleSoft, and a data warehouse application. This paper examines the case study from this course s the textbook that discusses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A range of storage devices can be added in order to store many terabytes of data without interrupting the flow of business operations. Storage is completely independent when it comes to the applications and is effortlessly assessable through different data paths. Enhanced application performance is attained when storage processing is relocated from the systems to a separate network. A well configured SAN with mirroring and redundant servers can greatly reduce any downtime (Vacca, 2002). A SAN is not physically attached to any particular server or network and can be readily shared (Vacca, 2002). Fibre channel switching can make the setting up of private connections with other SANs very easy (Kotwal, 2015). The connections can even be utilized for backups, mirroring, or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Prevention of Disaster Theme in Mary Shelley s... Shelley s Frankenstein can be considered as one of the first representations of a possible apocalypse that is now ubiquitous, humans will someday create something that will destroy mankind. In different works, this Armageddon takes various forms: in the iconic movie The Matrix man made machines enslave the human race, while in another popular movie I Am Legend, a genetically engineered virus mutates and kills the vast majority of the world s population. Frankenstein, however, is not intended to give the reader an impending sense of doom, instead it warns about the consequences of creating something, no matter the intent behind its creation, without exercising proper caution. In both the previously mentioned films and also in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although Walton s mistake does not cause him physical harm, the failure of his enterprise is a shame worse than death: in his own words, I had rather die than return shamefully my purpose unfulfilled (218). Through both the monster and Walton, Shelley also points out that while lack of caution may not have mortal consequences, the results will nevertheless be severe. Shelley reiterates this message throughout Frankenstein, One should always be cautious, and never be so rushed to finish a project that the normal rules of safety are cast aside. The author conveys her belief by revealing the reasoning of Frankenstein during the creation of the two monsters. During the making of the first monster, Frankenstein is almost driven insane with his desire to succeed. He tells Walton, My eyeballs were starting from their sockets in attending to the details of my employment...my eyes were insensible to the charms of nature... I also forgot my friends who were so many miles absent and whom I had not seen in quite a long time (55). Frankenstein s words reveal the deleterious results of being incautious, he did not notice the seasons change, nor did he think of his friends, his body also suffers the consequences of his wild frenzy to finish his work. However, when the monster approaches Frankenstein to create a female daemon, Frankenstein is slightly wiser after suffering the loss of several of his loved ones. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Role Of Hamlet Developed Through English And Russian... How has the character of Hamlet developed through English and Russian Theatre? Hamlet, the main character from one of the most famous Shakespeare s plays The Tragical Historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke , is one of the most popular and well known characters around the world (it is very difficult to find a person who hasn t heard about him). William Shakespeare created an epic story about a young man, his way to revenge and his internal spiritual fight with his soul full of melancholy. The depth of the main character allowed different actors to show different ideas and ways of playing on a stage through playing his role. The performance history of Hamlet may be considered as an evolution of styles of playing. No play has been performed more frequently, especially in England, where this famous play was originally written. But The United Kingdom was not the only place where Hamlet became an iconic figure. In Russian culture Hamlet has always played an important, special role. Russian society has been using Hamlet as a mirror for years, finding in this character sometimes role model, sometimes reflection of its inner problems. The Russian Hamlet has always been defender of truth and fighter of freedom. His character represented every new period of Russian history (monarchy, communism etc.). On the other side Russian Hamlet has never been a weak and gutless man. It perfectly mirrors usual Russian political stance for centuries. I am going to consider how the style of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Connection Themes In Fury And The Water Diviner Connection Essay The significant connection idea between my four texts is the theme of solders fighting for their country. Soldiers back then were all fighting for their countries, they were all wanting there country to win and did anything to make sure there country had the lead. The texts that we picked was Fury directed by David Ayer, The Water Diviner directed by Russell Crowe, The Prologue by Michel King and Hongi Hika: Badass of the week by Ben Thompson and the movie I selected was The Dead Lands by Toa Fraser. The soldiers had to risk their lives to protect their land and make sure that there country had the upper hand. In fury the American solders got put into tanks and was put forward to fight the Germans. In the movie Fury directed by David Ayer. There is a long shot of Norman when he is told to kill a German that is sitting right in front of him with no intentions and no understanding of what is going on, of course he is very reluctant to kill him. Standing right behind him is Wardaddy he is very angary and wants Norman to kill the German very urgently and after a while of anger and pushing Norman, Wardaddy eventually holds the gun with Norman and shoots the German. After Norman shot the German he was very shocked and distraught, Wardaddy had a talk to Norman about why he had to such a thing. Norman learnt that that is what you have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Wirepa is part of a different tribe to Hongis and Wirepa wants to get rid all Hongis tribe, Hongi gets away just in time and lives, he tries to take down Wirepa and his tribe on his own. This is showing us that Hongi is very angary at what happened to his tribe and his dad especially. He is very willing and persistent at getting back at Wirepas tribe. It also shows us that he feels that he should be fighting back like his dad would have wanted him to. This would make his father very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Movies Falling Under The Romance And Drama Genre, Often Movies falling under the romance and drama genre, often have a predictable plot of usually two people falling in love along with some drama that could lead to a very intriguing film. Director Ross Katz, took the novel The Choice, written by Nicholas Sparks, and casted the novel into a film where a large variety of cinematography techniques are used to get different perspectives on the film. Cinematographer Alar Kivilo and director Ross Katz use different cinematic points of view, color, and camera movement to show how true love can be found by two people. Cinematic points of view have four subsections, objective, subjective, indirective and directors interpretive. The different categories of cinematic points of view determine how the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In The Choice, the objective point of view is being used when Travis takes Gabby and his other four friends on a boat ride to the middle of the lake. The camera is being placed alongside the boat so the viewers can watch what the friends are undertaking. In some of the scene, we can see the whole boat while Travis is driving and the rest of the friends are relaxing. The women are laying out on the front end of the boat with their hair flying from the wind and the men are sitting near the back of the boat talking to Travis and conversing. It would be most logical for this scene to be objective because then we can see what is going on at once and still feel as if we there enjoying time with them in the sun and feeling the fresh air from the boat ride. The objective point of view is mainly used the most throughout the film. In another particular scene, Gabby and Travis are having a candle lit, romantic supper together. The camera is placed at the end of the table, angling up in a way so we can see the food, plates, silverware, and cups sitting on the table. Gabby and Travis are sitting at the same physical level so the camera can capture both of their faces while they are looking at each other. With the camera angling up it makes us feel as if Gabby and Travis are even closer now as they were before because they are getting more comfortable around each other. After their romantic supper, they both do dishes and proceed to start vigorously grabbing one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Descriptive Essay On A Concert Concert Nights The feeling was chimerical. Seeing these bands up close was an amazing experience. This summer I attended two concerts, and just thinking about how those bands were in the same place as me is just something I will never forget. I ve been to concerts before, but I ve never seen notorious bands, it was always local bands. This summer I saw Nickelback and Green Day. I saw Nickelback and Green Day back to back, and they were both on school nights so I can assure you I was tired the next morning. Those concerts were the best concerts I have ever been to in my life. My mom and I have wanted to see Nickelback for a while so when my mom told me we were going to witness them in concert I went haywire. I ve wanted to go for such an enduring time. The concert was primarily scheduled for June 23 but was sadly cancelled due to flash flooding. I was pretty bummed out, but my mom was turbulent because she had been waiting for years to go see them in concert and was scared that the tickets she bought would go to waste. We later found out that we could still use the tickets, but unfortunately the concert was rescheduled on a school night, but my mom made it very clear that we were not missing this concert what so ever. So on August 15 my mom, my two uncles, my mom s friend, and I headed down to Noblesville. When we got there we pulled into the parking lot and saw a car with the name Lillian on it, which was to some extent funny as a result of my mom s other friend was at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The annexation of Hawaii Essay The Hawaiian Seizure The annexation of Hawaii was an important event in the history of the world. It is still not easy for the Hawaiians to accept the fact that America had taken over a land 2500 miles away from the West Coast. In 1917 Hawaii was considered the 50th state supported by the islanders after a plebiscite. Queen Lydia Kamakaeha Liliuokalani was overthrown because of the support of the United States army as well as naval forces to a group of businessmen belonging to the sugar and pineapple industry. The Armed forces of the United States were ordered to provide this support on the directives of the minister of the United States to Hawaii. In reality they were missionaries who had been welcomed for several years by the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After discovering how the island was conspired into this seizure, Cleveland recommended that the monarchy should be restored. In a message to the Congress, specifically addressing Minister Wallis, Cleveland urged to restore the condition of the island as it was previous to the lawless landing of the forces of the United States at the Honolulu. He proposed that the past should be buried and the restored Government should resume its authority without being affected. But Congress did not act upon this command. In 1894, Hawaii came under Stanford Dole, who, declared himself president of the Republic without much consent from the natives. The queen was placed under house arrest held for the guilt of treason. A fine of $5000 was also placed on her. In 1896, the Republican Party called for the annexation of Hawaii in the presidential election. In 1990, Hawaii legitimately became a U.S. territory under William McKinley, out of fear that it may be annexed by Japan. He also feared that he lacked majority support for the annexation in the Senate. Eventually, several immigrant laborers from all over the world joined the sugar business. Today Hawaii comprises of people belonging to China, Japan, and Portuguese from Madeira and the Azores including Puerto Rican s, Koreans and Filipinos. This resulted in Hawaii ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Analysis Of Great Expectations Great Expectations 1. The title of the book is Great Expectations. 2. The author of Great Expectations is Charles Dickens. 3. The genre of Great Expectations is realistic fiction. 4. Great Expectations takes place in nineteenth century England and follows the life of Pip from his childhood years in the early 1800s. 5. The protagonist and narrator in Great Expectations is Pip who begins as a child in the beginning of the novel but the reader sees him grow up into adulthood. Starting as a child, Pip develops desires to become better and attain higher social status. These strong desires cause Pip to become very narrow minded and Pip values the material things over a person s character. Pip then begins to badly treat his family and friends because he is ashamed of them. Despite this, Pip is still a very sympathetic person and ultimately just wants to help those around him as seen when he gives food and a file to a prisoner in the beginning of the novel. Estella is a girl who was raised by Miss. Havisham and Pip fell in love with her at a very young. As children, Estella continually picked on Pip because of his social class and appearance. Despite Estella s cruelty, Pip still longs for her and wants to better himself so he can marry her. Estella tries to convince Pip that she is not the one for him but that does not stop Pip from trying to pursue her. It later comes out that Estella was on a lower social spectrum than Pip before she was taken in by Miss. Havisham making it very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Genetic Transformation And Its Effect On The Green... The incorporation a plasmid vector, pGLO, into Escherichia coli via transformation is described. This recombinant plasmid that has been altered contains the ability to fluoresce green under ultraviolet light because of the Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP). pGLO also encompasses an antibiotic resistance gene, bla, that allows E. coli to grow in media that contains penicillin derivative antibiotics such as ampicillin. We conclude that the protein, GFP, is indeed responsible for the green fluorescence as pGLO contains the gene to encode for it, which is turned on when arabinose is present. Additionally, when the protein is subjected to denaturation, it decreases the fluorescence and changes the conformation of the protein structure. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Plasmids are the extra chromosomal DNA in which most bacteria contain in addition to their bacterial chromosome. Plasmids can be used as vectors to transfer DNA into a host bacterium. A nonpathogenic strain of Escherichia coli (E. coli) HB101;K 12, is the host bacterium used to take up the plasmid with the imported gene to be observed. pGLO is a recombinant plasmid that consists of a gene that codes for Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) and also contains a gene, beta lactam antibiotic (bla), that expresses antibiotic resistance. GFP is a protein that is produced by the jellyfish Aequoria victoria and has the ability to fluoresce green when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. The gene for GFP can be turned on in the transformed bacterial cell in the presence of the sugar, arabinose. The bacteria that contain the beta lactam antibiotic have the ability to create beta lactamase, which is an enzyme that hydrolyzes the beta lactam rings of antibiotics which penicillin derivatives (among a broad range of others) contain, deeming them incompetent. Beta lactam antibiotics inhibit the peptidoglycan layer of the bacterial cell wall and because E.coli is a gram negative bacteria, its peptidoglycan layer is easily susceptible to inhibition. pGLO contains fundamental genes that take part in the replication of the plasmid DNA and the expression of its traits. bla (indicated by Amp in Figure A) is a gene that codes for beta lactamase, which is an enzyme that functions to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Suicide And Suicide Interventions On The Drink Of Suicide Helping individuals suffering from suicidal ideations and attempts at self harm calls upon a social worker s ethical obligation to service. According to the NASW Code of Ethics, social workers primary goal is to help people in need and address social problems (National Association of Social Workers, 2008). A way to fulfill this duty is by giving first responders the tools necessary to adequately talk with people in crisis and on the brink of suicide. Considered a preventable cause of death, suicide is a major public health concern in many industrial and post industrial countries, and one of the three leading causes of death worldwide among individuals from 15 to 44 years of age (Hoy, Natarajan, Petra, 2016). Often times individuals in crisis will come in contact with first responders either by contacting emergency services themselves or from a call placed by a family member or concerned citizen. According to research by Gould et al. (2013), to address the global tragedy of nearly one million deaths by suicide worldwide, public health interventions with widespread capacity to reach at risk populations are needed (Gould et al., 2013). One way to attain this goal is by training dispatchers, law enforcement officers, paramedics, and firefighters on the current evidence based practices for suicidal crisis intervention. Providing first responders with the skills needed to more effectively communicate with the suicide population should, in turn, increase the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Emile Durkheim s The Elementary Forms of Religious Life The crux of Emile Durkheim s The Elementary Forms of Religious Life lies in the concept of collective effervescence, or the feelings of mutually shared emotions. Through a hermeneutical approach, Durkheim investigates the reflexiveness of social organization, the balance between form and content, and the immense cooperation in collective representations. In his work, society is the framework of humanity and gives it meaning, whereas religion acts as the tool to explain it. Since society existed prior to the individual, the collective mind must be understood before the concept of the individual can be grasped. However, one component seems missing from his social theory what underlies society in terms of rituals and rites? Only when this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By identifying with a group, collective emotions can be experienced even in solitude, as evidenced by the existence of two separate worlds. The use of incommensurable points to the dichotomy of society and the individual and highlights the fact that the social construct consists of individual components rather than a single entity. This is evidenced when a man speaks to the crowd and His language becomes high flown...the feelings he arouses return to him enlarged and amplified, reinforcing his own to the same degree (212). The speaker expresses the collective sentiment and, much like a biological positive feedback loop, the emotions of the crowd resonate back to the speaker. Thus the speaker transcends his own identity as simply an individual and becomes an incarnate of the group. When emotions trickle down from society to the individual, they loop back and beget society. By investigating the piacular rites of the Australian aborigines, Durkheim suggests that social rituals create both a sense of grief and group duty. Primitive forms of mourning consist of beating, bruising, lacerating, and burning oneself...sometimes [to the extent that] they do not survive their wounds (402). Through these acts of self inflicted pain and torment, members of society partake in a form of re presenting the dichotomy of life and death. The emotional rites seem to stem from society itself, for the rites embody the rites of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. American Council On Exercise And Joining Forces American Council On Exercise/Joining Forces Chelby Calhoun University of New Orleans American Council on Exercise (ACE)/Joining Forces The initiative/program I chose was the American Council on Exercise working with Joining Forces. ACE, founded in 1985, is a non profit organization out of San Diego, California. This initiative started due to a group of individuals believing that preventive measures were the way to approach the obesity and chronic disease epidemic. Thirty years have passed and ACE is now the largest, most trusted organization to provide health and fitness to the public. The organization is ever growing, vowing to make a change within itself on a yearly bases. ACE does several things such as: educate and certify health and fitness professionals, develop and distribute publications, serves as America s Authority on Fitness, connects the public with qualified professionals, and build relationships with policy makers. The initial target group for ACE starts with getting individuals to become certified professional trainers, health coaches, and specialty coaches. All of ACE s professionals appear on a registry found at USreps.org. This registry allows individuals to feel secure in that the professional, from a certified trainer to a specialist, they are working with is legitimate. ACE provides continuing education, research outcomes, and workshops in order to be more affective. By increasing the number of professionals there ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Essay On Schizoid Personality Disorder On the other hand, people with Schizotypal Personality Disorder are characterized by a pervasive pattern of social and personal limitations. They experience serious discomfort in social environments and have a lower capacity for close relationships. For these reasons, they tend to be socially isolated, reserved, and distant. Like Schizoid Personality Disorders, people who suffer from Schizotypal Personality Disorder have few social relationships, but unlike the schizoid, these people desire to have social relationships. Unlike the Schizoid Personality Disorder, they also experience perceptual and cognitive distortions and eccentric behavior. These people are poor at judging how others perceived them. Corinne Zupanic in the magazine Mental Health and Wellness Information states that the people with this personality disorder suffer perception abnormalities. It may include noticing sudden flashes of light no one else can see, or even noticing things or shadows in the corner of their eyes and then realizing that there was nothing there. These odd or suspicious beliefs and fantasies are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Commonly, these disregarding of rights are manifested with violent acts. Some of these aggressive behaviors usually appear during childhood. When kids, they might act in a hostile way, by hurting animals, bullying other kids and setting fires. When grown ups, these behaviors start to intensify. Adults with Antisocial Personality Disorders might put themselves in aggressive situations and take little responsibility for their actions. People with this type of disorder usually disobey the social norms and manipulate others when acting impulsively in order to get what he/she wants. It is very common that these people have a criminal record. Individuals who had an unstable and violent family during childhood have more chances to bear with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...