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Prairie Vole Observation
In this experimental study, Robinson, Myers, Hofer, Shair, and Welch look at the way in which Prairie
Vole pups may show companion preference for their mothers (the dam) over their fathers (the sire)
primarily through the increase rate of vocal cues (potentiation) they exhibit after being separated from
the dam. Two main experiments were conducted in this study, the main difference being that in one
(Experiment 1) the vole parents were drugged and inactive during reunions with the pups, whereas in
the second (Experiment 2) the parents were not drugged, and were active during the reunion with the
pups. In both of these experiments, the pup was first placed in an isolation test cage, followed by a
reunion with either the dam, sire, two litter ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Although it is currently hypothetical, I see not accounting for this possibility as a potential weakness
in the study. I know we said in class that psychologists try to stay away from sex difference studies,
but lets say in Experiment 2 everything was the same, except instead of the actual dam of the pup, we
replaced her with a random female vole. If the pups still showed potentiation in response to be
separating form the random female and not the sire there might be something to be said about females
voles naturally adopting the primary caregiver role and/or pups naturally eliciting a stronger emotional
connection to
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What Is Life Of Pi Essay About Religion
Catastrophic events, both personal and collective, raise the question of divine Providence. How can an
infinitely good Creator allow the kind of evil that puts the divine goodness in doubt? The question has
been faced since patristic times. Theories of predestination have been proposed. Spirituals have adored
God in the mystery of divine Providence. There seems to be no other solution than hope in the midst
of despair. (Tavard pg707)
In 2001, Yann Martel published the novel Life of Pi an amazing story about religion, faith, spirituality
and a boy named Pi who is a practitioner of three major religions Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism.
Yann Martel makes a bold statement, while at the same time giving an answer to a question that has
been asked since the creation of religion saying: I have a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A Jewish Rabbi named Isaac Luria who is also called the father of modern Kabbalah came up with the
philosophy of tzimtzum. Isaac Luria was a prominent rabbi in Jewish mysticism in Safed. Isaac Luria
was born in 1534 Jerusalem, Israel. Isaac father died while he was still a child and he was raised by a
very wealthy uncle in Cairo, Egypt. He was taught by the best rabbis at the time including David ben
Solomon ibn Abi Zimra the acharonim (Jewish legal decisor) at the time. Isaac was very studious in
Jewish literature, married his cousin at fifteen since he was taken care of financially he continued his
studies. Becoming enamored with Jewish asceticism and mysticism some time in his twenties he
became a recluse living on the Nile studying the Zohar that was just being printed for the first time in
the latter half of the 13th century. Legend has it that Isaac secluded himself meditating everyday only
visiting his family on the Sabbath. At home he would only speak when absolutely necessary and get
his point
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Optical Ofdm For Passive Optical Network
1. Introduction
2. Optical OFDM for Passive optical networks
The high speed broadband penetration and ongoing growth of the Internet traffic among customers
have been the key reasons that are driving the rapid emergence and deployment of optical access
networks as a basic bearer network that supports hybrids services for multiple customers while
bearing huge capacity. Passive optical network is the most interesting solution for the optical access
network to cope with the increasing bandwidth demand and to meet the cost effectiveness. PON can
be used for Point to point (P2P) or Point to multi point (P2MP) configurations. The P2P structure
builds a dedicated fiber from a CO to each subscriber which constitutes an ultimate solution to provide
much needed bandwidth to each ONU. In P2MP topologies, the feeder fiber is shared between various
customers and terminates at a central office in an Optical Line Terminal. Passive splitters put between
the OLT and the ONU are used to split the connection to multiple end points, thus enormously reduces
the maintaining cost. Two key technologies are used in passive optical network: the first one known as
TDM PON uses Time Division Multiplexing to multiplex traffic from/to multiple ONUs onto the
upstream/downstream wavelength. It requires complex scheduling algorithms and framing technology
to support a variety of services. The second is Wavelength division multiplexing passive optical
network WDM PON . This technology comes to extend the
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Mr Dark By Charles Halloway Chapter Summaries
Main Characters: William Halloway Jim s Best friend saves Jim many times and rescues his father
another time, he is 13, He thinks he s doing the right thing even when he s not Will cares deeply about
doing what is right he rather do nothing than do something wrong. Will cares about Jim and saves him
even when Jim doesn t want to be saved
James Nightshade Jim puts himself through chaos in the book. He wants to help Will and Mr.
Halloway fight the carnival but at the same time he is filled with desire to ride the carousel and
instantly grow up. He is very independent and unafraid of most circumstances
Charles Halloway starts out as an old man who remembers his times as a youth but is sure that his
times of adventure are over. But he slowly learns that there is more action in him then he thought, and
it also becomes apparent that he is a man with cool nerves and much inner strength. He is the only one
who sees the carnival for what it is and he destroys it by laughing at it, he is very confident with
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Dark the villain, He is covered in tattoos and each tattoo allows him to exert some power over what is
represented. Mr. Dark is afraid of Charles Halloway. He is tremendously strong and intimidates
people, inspiring fear when he wishes to. The freaks at the carnival are completely within his power,
and he uses both manipulation and force to bend people to his will.
Setting: Greentown, Illinois
Story Themes
Acceptance the author shows that the ability to accept is not simply a trait that people have; it is a
quality that people must mature.
Kindness People must be kind to each other
Age it doesn t matter how old you are anything is
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Reflective Essay On Homeland Security
At the beginning of this course, I was preparing for my transition out of the military and preparing for
a career revolving around homeland security. My plans have since been adjusted due to the area that
we are now relocating. We were initially going to a major metropolis in Texas, but now we re headed
to a rural area in northern Georgia which doesn t permit me to continue pursuing that initial path. I m
now planning on completing my bachelors in homeland security and emergency management and then
pursuing a degree in cybersecurity, often referred to as information security. I believe that having a
degree and certifications in technology will be extremely beneficial because technology is similar to
that of healthcare in the aspect that they
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I Ve Got The Light Of Freedom Analysis
That said, we should not forget that leadership and empowerment often strongly depend on
mobilization. The fact that national leaders existed served to create role models that engendered a
sense of unity and communality. As the media were very selective when it came to the coverage of
local struggles, the attention that leaders like Martin Luther King and others received was important to
force the real and imaginative ties that invigorated the struggles on the local level. Therefore, Payne s
critique entails different layers. First, it is clearly a criticism of a scholarship that selectively focuses
on famous leaders and the most dramatic events. As such, it is a critique of a historical narrative that
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Therefore, it is understandable that movement scholars tend to write from a rather activist stance.
There is nothing wrong with this per se, however, as historians, we should critically assess in how far
this positioning might limit our scholarship. At times, Payne tends to overemphasize the unity and the
solidarity among the organizers and the local population and fails to mention the tensions among
direct democratic groups like SNCC. Every social movement is made up of people, united under what
they perceive as an urgent need to bring about change. This unity tends to suppress theoretical and
practical differences for some time and can thus create a tremendous amount of communality and
solidarity among its members. However, as history has shown over and over again, as soon as the
external threat either diminishes or proves resistant to change, movements tend to disunite. This is
what Baker and other activists wanted to prevent by modeling their training around local long term
strategies and individual
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Examples Of Heroism In Antigone
Acts of heroism can be displayed in many different ways. In the play, Antigone, written by Sophocles,
the main character Antigone fought for what she believed in standing up against state law set by the
King. The Mother from 4 Maccabees also showed strength and virtue by having to watch all of her
seven sons be tortured and die right before her eyes. As being women in a society where they are
viewed as less equal to men, characters, Antigone and the Mother from 4 Maccabees did not let male
authoritarian rule get in the way of displaying valorous acts by sticking to their moral beliefs. The
author of 4 Maccabees wrote a story in the Bible to display how piety and reason overcame passion.
The author states, For reason does not overcome its ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Antigone s brother, Polyneices was declared to be a traitor, according to King Kreon, against his own
country known as Thebes. For such actions King Kreon refused to let Polyneices have a proper burial
and would kill anyone who tried to give him one, which outraged Antigone. Antigone could not let
someone whose blood related to her not have a proper burial so she tries to get her sister, Ismene to
help her. Ismene replies, We must remember, first, that we two are by nature women and not fit to
fight with men; second, that we are ruled by others stronger than ourselves, and so must bow to this
and even greater griefs (Sophocles lines 61 64). Antigone being as passionate as she is ignores her
sister s fearfulness of the possible consequences and says to her, I shall bury him. To me it s fine to die
performing such a deed. I ll lie there, dear to him, with my dear friend, when I ve performed this crime
of piety; for I must please those down below a longer time than those up here, since I shall lie there
always (Sophocles lines 72 76). Antigone prefers to be dead with her brother who she loves very much
than to be alive and not have him have a proper burial. She believes that by committing such a crime it
is pure and will be vindicated by the Gods. Since Antigone is a woman it puts all the more pressure on
Kreon to stick to his orders because of the limitations of freedom set on Greek woman in the ancient
world. Her rebellious actions are out of line with her place in society as being a woman, which
disrupts the gender roles and Kings position over the people in the community. By not abiding by the
rules set by King Kreon she rises up against tyranny not only to expose her unique qualities of
individualism, but also to reach out to the other people in her community who haven t stood up against
the King and fought for what they believed to be
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Character Analysis Of The Darkness In Emma By Jane Austen
Jane Austen begins the novel Emma by stating, Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich, with a
comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence, and
had lived nearly twenty one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her (1) immediately
giving readers the impression that Emma is a young woman whom the readers should respect and
grow to love throughout the novel. As we continue reading, however, we learn that while Emma has a
respectable reputation and a circle of people who love her and want the best for her, she is extremely
flawed. In the article, The Darkness in Emma, Anita Soloway states, for Emma, beauty, cleverness,
and wealth prove to be mixed blessings at best, for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Emma is selfish, unable to see reality as it truly is, and is impulsive, yet, because of her respectable
standing in the social class, people love her and want the best for her and think highly of her. While
discussing Emma with Mr. Knightley, Mrs. Weston states, With all dear Emma s little faults, she is an
excellent creature. Where shall we see a better daughter, or a kinder sister, or a truer friend? No, no;
she has qualities which may be trusted; she will never lead any one really wrong; she will make no
lasting blunder; where Emma errs once, she is in the right a hundred times (25). While her opinion on
Emma does recognize that she has faults and isn t perfect, those flaws are basically overlooked. Mrs.
Weston seems to believe that Emma is a blessing to everyone she encounters, and even when she
creates an issue, it s acceptable because it s assumed she ll do something great to compensate up for it.
This definitely shows what Emma s reputation is like, and how the people close to her view her. One
of Emma s main flaws is the fact that she is extremely impulsive with her actions, and she doesn t stop
to think about what she s doing until the damage is already done. This happens multiple times
throughout the novel, especially when Emma tries to play matchmaker. This is partially due to the fact
that she is unable to see reality clearly, which is what happens during her attempt at bringing Harriet
and Mr. Elton together.
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Machiavellian Monarchies Of The 15th Century
Machiavellian Monarchies of the 15the Century To be Machiavellian means to follow the theories of
Machiavelli on what makes an effective sovereign. These were principles such as being feared by the
people, using military to gain power and diplomacy. Additionally that virtues and vices are only a
means to an end. I agree with the statement that the 15th century kingdoms of Europe such as
England, France were Machiavellian in action. The monarch in the 15th century under Henry VII, a
Machiavellian King established the Tudor dynasty in England. He used war to take control at the end
of the War of Roses. This was very Machiavellian of him because of how Machiavelli believed that all
great states are formed from war. In a ruthless
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Generals Die In Bed By Charles Yale Harrison
Through the soldiers experiences, the narrator shows only the dark side of human nature. Discuss.
Generals die in Bed by Charles Yale Harrison is a novel where a young Canadian soldier tells of his
first hand account of the harsh and inhumane conditions in the trenches on the Western Front during
World War 1. Through his observations and experiences the Narrator shows the effects of war on
ordinary people and how they manage in extraordinarily horrific situations. Even though the brutal
nature of the war is often reflected in the violent way that combatants act towards one another there
are also moments when compassion and mercy is shown. The novel demonstrates that in extreme
situations both the dark and the good side of human ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
However we also are shown bravery, companionship and acts of kindness as the soldiers struggle to
stay humane and sane in a hellish environment.
Throughout the novel they are compassionate and caring to even their enemies in their darkest
moments. They also illustrate the dark and unforgiving side of human nature. They show no pity or
mercy even while being pleaded too.
Throughout the novel the Narrator often shows compassion towards others in his actions eg. letting
the German soldier grieve for his dead brother letting him take a few letters and papers from his
brother s pockets and imagines how their mother would feel. He then helps the Germans to safety
behind the lines amp; asks that the prisoners be treated nicely.
Just like their constant companions the lice and the rats, the soldiers in the trench adapt to the hell that
they find themselves trapped in doing whatever it takes to survive. They even fight each other over
food at each others throats like hungry, snarling animals . As the novel amp; the war progresses so
does the inhumane side of the soldiers who become increasing more detached from killing,
unconcerned with the death of friends. The soldiers are conditioned, hardened up and desensitised
with self preservation becoming a key motivator. This is shown as the soldiers plunder the city of
Arras allies town and vandalize houses with no consideration of the local
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Personal Narrative-Mandated Public Education System
Eric, I need you to be my monkey, I said, offering him a position in what was, in my twelve year old
mind, the con of a lifetime. Eric, as the ideal product of a state mandated public education system, was
a superb candidate for my morally debatable endeavor. He was just smart enough to follow orders and
even improvise (within set limits, of course) accordingly, yet not quite clever enough as to devise a
subterfuge of his own. His toothy smile flashed in the dark, damp environment of the sleeping tent;
this clearly was not his first con. I m in. I grinned back, wrapped my arm around his shoulder, and
walked off, concocting the ultimate scheme. One that, if we chose, could have been continued for
years. The plan was surprisingly simple. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Shortly thereafter, cards began to circulate, and tactics that previously would only have been
employed during drastic psychological warfare quickly became commonplace. As time went on and
cigars were lit and distributed amongst the adults, cleverly crafted lies and bluffs became
indistinguishable from the truth, and elements that may very well have violated provisions of the
Hague and Geneva Conventions were instituted in increments. The little cousins started to squirm,
forced to deny themselves bathroom privileges upon penalty of forfeiture. The smoke began to stratify
in the tent, forming layers of toxic clouds so thick that it would not have surprised anyone if they
simply burst and rained liquid nicotine down upon us without warning. Eyes burned, slowly darkening
to a shade near carmine, but we persisted, accustomed to and to some extent, even secretly enjoying
this sort of foul play. Eric and I were impervious to even their best attempts and counter plays,
hardened by years of experience and protected by our brilliant strategy. Amounting chips faster and
more efficiently than anyone else infuriated the other players, practically forcing them to make larger
bets every hand in order to compensate for their past losses. As the night advanced, this sort of
behavior continued, quickly dwindling down the pool of competitors. So quickly, in fact, that within
the hour, there were only three of us left; an unprecedented and, to others, catastrophically rapid
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The NCAA Controversy
The NCAA
480,000 athletes; 19,000 teams; 3 divisions; 1 association (NCAA, n.d.) This is a description of the
NCAA today. In the early 1900 s, President Roosevelt got together with Harvard, Princeton and Yale
to ban the flying wedge (a very dangerous play in football that caused 18 deaths the previous year.)
(Demars, 2016). This was the commencement of the National Collegiate Athletic Association,
formally known as the NCAA. The NCAA is an organization that was created to improve collegiate
sports, and while it has expanded and done so, there have been challenges and controversy along the
way.
The NCAA is a member led organization dedicated to the well being and lifelong success of college
athletes. (NCAA, n.d.)The primary purpose of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The NCAA has expanded college athletics, created more female athletes/sports, and made a safer
activity. The NCAA has also shown their detriments through lack of oversight, internal abuse of the
system, and lots of controversy. The NCAA will endure overtime and hopefully continue to improve
college sports and address their controversy/negative impacts. Bibliography
(2016, May 19). Retrieved April 15, 2017, from Encyclopedia Britannica:
https://www.britannica.com/topic/National Collegiate Athletic Association
Blumenthal, K. (2005). Let Me Play. New York: Atheneum Books For Young Readers.
Demars, B. (Director). (2016). Business of Amateurs [Motion Picture].
Jolley, D. (2009). Academic Achievement Is Improving for College Athletes. In C. Watkins, Sports
and Athletes (pp. 71 78). Detroit: Greenhaven Press.
NCAA. (n.d.). Retrieved April 15, 2017, from NCAA.org The Official Site of the NCAA:
http://www.ncaa.org/
Powers, E. (2009). Academic Fraud Is Rampant in College Athletics. In C. Watkins, Sports and
Athletes (pp. 79 86). Detroit: Greenhaven Press.
Rains, B. (2009). Testing Student Athletes for Drugs is Appropriate. In C. Watkins, Sports and
Athletes (pp. 192 196). Detroit: Greenhaven Press.
Zimbalist, A. (2009). Title IX Is Not Unfair to Men s Sports. In C. Watkins, Sports and Athletes (pp.
147 153). Detroit: Greenhaven
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Dress Codes And School Uniforms
Is there anything more embarrassing than being dress coded at school? Enforcing a dress code among
children is unfair because it not only discriminates against people but it destroys someone s whole day.
Dress codes and school uniforms are meant to increase student achievement and make everyone equal
but instead it only hurts people. Most school dress codes are unnecessary and are sexist. Enforcing
dress codes is suppose to boost student achievement but instead is racist, sexist and unnecessary.
Schools should take into consideration their student s feelings before they establish rules for dressing.
Forcing school uniforms are more likely upon people of different races compared to people who are
white. People who are Hispanic or Black ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In Georgia, 37 percent of students are black, but they account for 67 percent of suspensions and 64
percent of expulsions, according to federal data, (French and Bloom). Since Black and Hispanic
students are more likely to have to wear school uniforms, they encounter more discipline from adults.
White students do not have as much discipline because they are less likely to have to wear uniforms.
People of different races will most likely have to be punished more than people who are White
because more people who are Black have to wear uniforms than people who are White. Overall,
enforcing a dress code or forcing to wear school uniforms is a racial issue because people who are not
White are more likely to have to wear school uniforms than people who are White.
Secondly, most dress codes that are enforced are so extreme and unnecessary. Children are suspended
for unnecessary reasons such as shaving his head in awareness for cancer patients. According to a
child from third grade s mom, A Colorado third grader was suspended after shaving her head to show
support for a friend battling cancer, because she d violated her school s dress code banning shaved
heads, (Hoevel). Dress codes are so extreme that even a shaved head is not appropriate for some
schools. When students just want to show awareness of cancer and other diseases, school s discipline
them for something so
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The Case Of Ikea
Ikea is a multinational group of companies operating on a global scale in the furniture industry,
offering a wide range of ready to assemble (Do It Yourself) furniture, appliances, and accessories
worldwide. The company is well known and recognized for its modern designs, functionality of their
products, quality services, and their eco friendliness. Within the competitive market, Ikea aims at
being better than its competitors in the market, and offers the best standards of services to its
customers, as well as a wider range of products for low prices. As a system practitioner, it is important
to be able to differentiate between a difficulty and a mess. A mess may be regarded as a problem or
situation that is perceived and understood in different terms by different people. With a mess, external
settings are what cause dissatisfaction. A difficulty on the other hand is a problem or situation that is
perceived on the same basis by everyone examining it. To improve a difficulty, all ... Show more
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Different stakeholders involved in the situation may study and analyze the situation in their own way,
and they come up with their own methods of overcoming the problem and reaching a conclusion. In
the soft system method, the situation has no clearly defined structured, and that the solution comes
from a person s own creativity and learning after further study of the case, and does not need a
computerized system like that in the hard system
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Benitoite Research Paper
Benitoite is a very unique mineral that has a beautiful appearance. It is classified as metamorphic rock
which means it had to go under the metamorphic process to get into the form its in. Since this is rare
mineral there are not very many places on earth where Benitoite is found. As of right now, California
is the only place where it is found. It is the state gem of California because I believe its rarity is a
special symbol to the state. In order to find this gem, a person would have to go to the Benitoite Gem
Mine, in San Benito County, California. The main use for this mineral is for jewelry because of its
shiny blue and violet appearance. Although Benitoite is a valuable and exquisite gemstone, its
hardness as a gemstone is relatively ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
BaTiSi3O9 is the chemical make up for Benitoite as shown in the picture on the first page. This means
it is made up of Barium, Titanium, and Silicon within its property. This is a relatively new mineral
found in the world. Benitoite is sometimes called the blue diamond. In the early 20th century is was
first found in a California river known as the Benito River. The people that discovered it thought it
was a sapphire or a diamond. Just looking a Benitoite gemstone, it would be easy to get them
confused. Earth has many kinds of rocks and minerals but this gemstone is the rarest of the rare.
George D. Louderback is credited for classifying Benitoite as a brand new mineral. He was heavily
into mineralogy where he actually taught classes at the University of California and later the
University of Nevada. A native to California, he was born in San Francisco and achieved a Ph.D from
the University of California in Berkley. The largest accumulation of Benitoite ever found was 15
carrots. James Couch the first person believed of discovering the beautiful new mineral in 1906. After
bringing it in to George D. Louderback, It was in fact considered a new mineral. The way they found
it was very incredible. Mr. Couch found it in a river bed with its white mother rock known as
Natrolite. This is very
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Differences Between The Egyptian Culture And General...
In today s world, cross culture communication is used every day within every industry. The ability to
communicate effectively between two cultures can be quite a difficult task. In this essay some do s and
don ts regarding cross cultural communication on a business level between the Egyptian culture and
general Western culture will be discussed. The essay will explain the differences in listening and
responding in regards to communicating, relationships, and business etiquette. The differences
between Individualism and collectivism will be discussed along with the Power stance outline in Geert
Hofstede s cultural comparison of Egypt and Australia (Hofstede 2013).
Egypt s population is mostly dominated by one culture with (94%) following the Sunni Islamic faith.
The rest of the population is made up of a Coptic Christian faith following (6%) (Commisceo Global
2014). With such a dominant presences of Islamic faith in the community, day to day business is
conducted heavily around their customs. In Geert Hofstede s comprehensive research into national
values throughout the world we can see the many difference and similarities between different cultures
all around the world.
In Hofstede s findings Egypt is considered a collectivistic society. Unlike many western cultures the
general population is committed to putting the needs of the community above their own. Their social
rules promote selflessness and encourage working together to support others and do what s best for
society
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Connotation In Richard Cory
Richard Cory is a narrative pom written by Edwin Arlington Robinson. The poem was first published
in 1897, as a part of The Children of the Night, having been completed in July of that year. Robinson s
most popular poems, recall the economic depression of 1893. At that time, people could not afford
meat and had a diet mainly of bread, often day old bread selling for less than freshly baked goods.
This hard times experience made the townspeople even more aware of Richard s difference from
them, so much so that they treated him as royalty. The Poem describes a person who is wealthy, well
educated, mannerly, and admired by the people in his town. Robinson uses connotation extensively to
place Richard Cory high on a pedestal above the townspeople. Connotation is the use of words to
suggest meanings beyond the dictionary definition. To lower the townspeople, Robinson places them
downtown. This suggests that Richard Cory is coming down, or lowering himself, to the level of the
townspeople when he comes into town. He also places people on the pavement, which is lower than
the sidewalk where Richard Cory most likely walks. Robinson positions the characters to show the
differences in their financial status. He also shows that it is the townspeople, and not Cory, that seem
to define these positions. Cory is perceived as distant royalty, he is perceived as a gentlemen,an
aristocraft above those who worked,unable to communicate with common people. The author uses this
as the suggestion that something is wrong with Richard Cory as he seems like the perfect
gentlemen,but he commits suicide one one calm Night.
Although it is written by an American poet and set in an American town, connotation is used to
suggest a noble, royal image of Richard Cory. His name, Richard, is the name of many kings. Also,
Richard contains the word rich, which suggests his wealth. There are many other royal connotations
and images in this poem including: sole to crown, imperially slim, and schooled in every grace.
Crown, imperially and grace all suggest royalty. Robinson uses denotation, or the use of words for the
exact meaning to emphasize this image of Richard Cory being local royalty. Richard Cory was a rich,
well educated man.
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Examples Of Oppression In The Handmaids Tale
Kelley martin
Senior English
Ms. Nelson
9 April 2018
Oppression in the Handmaid s Tale
Many people don t realize how much control the government has in society. They create rules and
laws for people in high hopes that everyone will be the same. The Government in America s society is
more laid back and not as strict as in the Handmaid s Tale. Because the Government has so much
power to brainwash and oppress the society to forget their past lives, the handmaids are forced to be
used as a fertility label which keeps them from gaining any authentic power over how they choose to
live their lives.
As a handmaid, it is their duty to have sex with the commander and eventually have a baby for that
family. When the baby is born, handmaids have to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
These people are wrong because Handmaids are not valued as individuals but more for their ovaries.
People say that the handmaids are considered sacred but only their ovaries are sacred! The handmaids
are basically used for babies and not respected as people. They are only shown as a fertility label!
Offred explains we are two legged wombs, that s all: sacred vessels, ambulatory chalices (Atwood
136). Not only are they used to have babies for the commander and wife, but the handmaid s start to
disperse from their own bodies. They cannot love, speak, or create a life on their own without the
thousands of rules created by the Government. The handmaids are no longer seen as a person but only
for wombs. Offred begins to accept this part of her that is only accepted as a reproductive organ. This
is beyond wrong. No one should be forced to have children for someone else. It s not even a choice to
keep the child, proving there is absolutely no freedom within the handmaids. They are required to
accept the life they are given despite how the past life was. Also, if handmaid s go against the law and
sleep with someone else, they feel like it s their fault or they made a mistake. It should be a freedom to
sleep with whoever anyone wants. Janine felt the need to blame herself for the babies death because
she slept with the doctor instead of
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The War Never Changes Of Bethesda s Hit Game Franchise...
War. War never changes. These are the iconic opening lines of Bethesda s hit game franchise Fallout,
but are they accurate? War has expanded into a new electronic frontier, where the soldiers are hackers
and the targets are anything with wires. To understand this new kind of war, we must analyze what it
is, who has this power, and how they can use it. Cyberwarfare has the potential to do to global politics
what nuclear warfare did half a century ago. To begin with, it is essential to understand what cyberwar
is. Cyber essentially refers to anything electronic or internet based. A cyber attack is when one entity
hacks into the resources of another entity. This resource could be almost anything an email inbox, a
bank account, a stoplight, a factory, a power grid, or even a nuclear device. Cyberwarfare is to cyber
attacks as nuclear war is to nuclear missiles; an exchange between two nations in an attempt for one to
damage another. Cyber attacks come in two main forms: espionage and sabotage. In an espionage
operation, the objective is to gain intelligence on strategic resources. For example, imagine a country
hacking into a communication network to survey enemy troop movements or electronically stealing
the blueprints for a missile. The other kind, sabotage, is much more direct. In this case, the objective is
to either take control over or destroy an asset. This can range from something as basic as shutting
down a website to something as massive and destructive as
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The Bronies And The Boony Phenomenon
The brony phenomenon creates a sense of conviviality for several men by opposing the stringent
expectations established by our society. As the show was not intended for people in their age group,
the bronies have secured an unexpected camaraderie with each other in effect from being different
from what society anticipated and hence attempting to create a more permissive culture. Together
these grown men, stuck in Erikson s fifth stage of development, have trouble discovering a place for
themselves in our conservative society. Applied by our conventional society, austere expectations
prompt Bronies to be stuck in a state of role bewilderness. Acting like adolescents, Bronies are
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The characters represent many things for the Bronies, such as honesty, kindness, generosity, and
loyalty thus giving much comfort to these flummoxed men. Since the ponies all depict a specific
character trait, the Bronies are able to picture themselves through the ponies. For typification, a young
man with Aspergers named Daniel can see himself through one of the stars of the show: Twilight
Sparkle. This pony is very intelligent, organized, kind, serious and anxious he saw himself in that
character. He felt a connection to that specific animated character. For people who have this
syndrome, it makes it much more difficult to interact in social situations, causing them to become
socially awkward. Instead of helping his condition, the cartoon impedes his condition. By projecting
¨themselves on another¨, the bronies are able to adopt ¨someone else´s value system¨ and thus, are able
to hide their inability to make an identity for one s self (Rochat, 729) and (Fleming, 9 11 ). There are
several Bronies worldwide who are in the same position Daniel is using the mechanism of
¨foreclosure¨ to cope with their identity crisis. This method allows for people to ¨assume an identity of
convenience¨ in order to ¨suppress the anxiety¨ that comes from the role confusion (Fleming, 9 11). By
doing so, the Bronies can achieve a temporary identity and detain any further physiological
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Research Paper On Madame Maupassant
Being a dead drop gorgeous French girl from a family of clerks with no dowry, no expectations, no
means of being known, understood, loved, wedded, by any rich and distinguished man, (Maupassant,
1), Madame Loisel s life was definitely unfortunate. Madam Loisel did not own any dresses or jewelry
and had to dress unadorned. For ten onerous years, she to pay off her debt for accidentally losing
Mme. Forestier s necklace. Madame Loisel even let herself be married to a little clerk... (Maupassant,
1). Nonetheless, quite a few of Madame Loisel s characteristics selfishness, self absorption, and deceit
are what determined her fate.
Some may believe that Madame Loisel deserves sympathy, since she is already miserable enough.
However, she is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Even though Madame Loisel married a clerk, she still had a peasant who did her humble house work
(Maupassant, 1). That is one more reason that she should be appreciative she is still above a peasant
and does not have to do her housework! She does not even resemble the woman of impoverished
households... frowsy hair, skirts askew, and red hands... (Maupassant, 5) that she eventually ends up
due to her atrocious personality and foolish choices. Additionally, on the night of the ball, she danced
with intoxication, with passion, made drunk with pleasure, forgetting all... (Maupassant, page 3). It is
wonderful that Madame Loisel could enjoy herself for once, but she only pays attention to the men
who are smitten with her dazzling looks. The lady s poor husband slept since midnight, in a little
deserted anteroom (Maupassant, 3) and they do not leave until four o clock in the morning! Married
couples go to dances to spend time with each other, not to catch attention from the opposite gender.
Lastly, when her husband covers her shoulders with modest wraps of common life (Maupassant, 3)
she feels ashamed because other women s coats were made out of fur. Rather than being pleased that
she has a loving and caring husband who does not want her
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effect of pH on amylase activity Essay
Biology Lab Report
Research Question:
Effects of pH on amylase activity
Introduction:
Amylase is an enzyme that is in human s saliva as well as the pancreas. Enzymes are biological
catalysts that speed up a chemical reaction. They break down complex molecules into simple ones. In
this case, amylase converts starches (complex molecule) into simple sugars. That is why foods like
potatoes for example, may taste sweet to us, because they contain starch. The optimum pH for
pancreatic amylase is the pH of 7. In the experiment I have used buffer solutions with the pHs of 2.8,
4 and 6.5. I have also used iodine and starch. Normally, iodine is orange yellow, however when you
add starch to it, the solution will turn blue black. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
We have timed each of the three experiments for 5 minutes to make sure that our results are correct.
Thanks to the program, we got the transmittance and the absorbance, together with the graph
portraying our results.
Results:
pH 2.8
Time Transmittance Absorbance
0 32.0843924713 0.493706179806
3 28.0234356689 0.552478621349
6 29.255019455 0.533799608742
9 30.3841529083 0.517352867013
12 31.3585209656 0.503644429139
15 32.2282588959 0.491763156242
18 32.9214334869 0.482521262709
21 33.5339556885 0.474515213874
24 33.5383152771 0.474458757002
27 34.6303922272 0.460542589561
30 35.0728904724 0.455028441005
33 35.609119873 0.448438760361
36 35.8946729279 0.444969999603
39 36.2521591949 0.440666121547
42 36.5791283417 0.436766647709
45 36.9344348145 0.432568542341
48 37.2679433441 0.428664573411
51 37.4902823639 0.42608128861
54 37.7801950073 0.422735804742
57 37.9938148499 0.420287097994
60 38.1987155151 0.417951240598
63 38.3556607056 0.416170531799
66 38.5627411652 0.413832102607
69 38.7545630646 0.411677155168
72 38.9616435242 0.409362731505
75 39.1164089203 0.407641022435
78 39.2973318481 0.405636935705
81 39.4847941589 0.403570121697
84 39.6286605835 0.401990606218
87 39.8052239227 0.400059928631
90 39.9142136383 0.398872422472
93 40.0602598572
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Professional Development Plan Paper
Running head: PROGRAM OF STUDY 1 Program of Study and the Professional Development Plan
Geraldine McGraw Walden University NURS 6001 30 Foundations of Graduate Study January 8,
2015 PROGRAM OF STUDY 2 Program of Study and the Professional Development Plan This paper
will attempt to identify my development plan starting with the beginning of my nursing career. The
purpose of the paper is to determine my growth and professional goals by outlining my individual
accomplishment s and career progression. Education and Professional Background My name is
Geraldine McGraw, and I currently live in Lakewood, Pennsylvania. I am originally from Scranton,
Pennsylvania where I graduated from West
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The Earth For Everyone !
Earth for everyone ! We re both looking at the same moon, it the same world. We re connected to
reality by the same line. All I have to do is quietly draw it towards me. Haruki Murakami Where we
live? Why we live here? We look at the same sun, but everyone look from different outlook. It all
depends where we are and how our life looks like. Are we happy? In the world we have five different
continents, but what connects us is moon. Although we are alike physically and sometimes mentally,
but it all depends on where we re born. If we are born in India , Saudi Arabia or Europe we all live
under the same moon, but our lives are very different. India is country where being women is deadly
difficult. The country that has nuclear weapon, but people die of hunger on sidewalk. Around
exclusive apartments homeless cook on a real fire. People in India live on the streets, they are born,
live and die on them. India is country where are arranged marriages, often parents are indebted to the
rest of the their live to have only a dowry for their daughter. They arrange marriage of several year old
children and even newborns ( younger girl is cheaper). Daughters threaten the survival of the family
so many parents prefer in advance to get rid of them. They disappear each day in secret. In village
there are different ways to kill a girl, for instance administering a poisonous edible part of oleanders,
cocktail of pesticides, opium or raw rice , which
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The Mental Destruction of Blanche Dubois Essay
Tennessee William s play A Street Car Named Desire offers a glimpse into the harsh reality faced by
single southern woman in the 1940s. The 1940s was a time when females were viewed as delicate and
fragile; therefore, it was understood that a male companion was a necessity to keep them safe and
secure (Cook 84). The character of Blanche Dubois embodies the 1940s distressed female as she
struggles with her environment. She is battling guilt, loneliness and financial insecurity when she
arrives in Elysian Fields. Critics and audiences alike have mixed reactions to Blanche and her role as
the tragic protagonist. In The Space of Madness and Desire Anne Fleche suggests Blanche is mad
from the outset of the play. Others such as Leonard ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He suggests they could be there for one another because Blanche needs somebody too (116). To Mitch
s suggestion she replies with relief, Sometimes there s God so quickly! (116). She feels as though all
of her needs and wants have been answered, giving her hope for a secure future. Blanche needs Mitch
as a stabilizing force in her life; if her relationship with him fails, she knows she faces a world that
offers few prospects for a financially challenged, unmarried woman approaching middle age. She
tacitly admits to Mitch that she needs him when she accepts his embrace, but her fears of
acknowledging her past and current situation overpower her and prevent her from telling the full truth.
She hides her past not only from Mitch, but also from herself because to acknowledge it is to also
admit the unhealthy choices she has made. When Stanley tells Mitch about Blanche s blemished past
Mitch recognizes that Blanche s deceptions have relied on a symbolic and literal darkness which
obscures reality. When Mitch asks Blanche to be honest about herself she says, I don t want realism. I
want Magic! I don t tell truth, I tell what ought to be the truth (145). In these lines Blanche clearly
expresses her desire not to deal with reality; this inability to face her circumstances signifies that
Blanche is not recovering from her mental stress, but rather descending further into it. Blanche
becomes desperate and delusional and her descent into mental
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of DC-AC Transverter
ABSTRACT
Now a days, the switching power supply market is flourishing quickly. The trend is for DC AC
converters with low cost, higher efficiency, power saving that enable maximum features. In this
project, a single stage three switch buck boost inverter is designed, where stepping up, stepping down
and inversion operation will takes place in single stage. This proposed inverter will overcome all the
drawbacks of traditional one. Coupled inductor plays a very important role in energy transfer and
eliminates the use of line frequency transformer. As the inverter having only three switches, the
controlling of switches also easier than conventional one. And it has also advantages like compact
design, reduced switching losses, component size, and cost. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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It works on the principle of Electromagnetic induction. Whenever a supply current is passed through
the primary winding of transformer, it creates the magnetic flux in the core of the transformer and also
magnetic field is created in core. This magneto motive force induces in secondary as per faraday s
laws of electromagnetic induction. The transformation ratio of the transformer is given by.
K=Ns/Np=Vs/Vp=Is/Ip..................6.16
The basic circuit symbol of transformer is shown in figure 6.5. Figure 6.5 circuit symbol of
transformer
Usually transformers are divided into different types
i) Based on type of construction a) Core type b) Shell type ii) Based on phases used a) Single Phase
transformer b) Three phase
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The Role Of Birthright Citizenship In The United States
5.1 million of the 73.1 million minors living the United States currently live with their illegal
immigrant parents. The minors are legal American citizens as the 14th Amendment of the Constitution
grants citizenship to children born in America, regardless if their parents illegally immigrated to the
U.S. or not.. Donald Trump, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate, has proposed taking away
birthright citizenship from illegal immigrants children. By doing this it could reduce the amount of
immigrants coming to our country and reduce some government debt. In addition, birthright
citizenship is not a natural law. We the people voted on putting the 14th amendment into place, which
in turn gives not only us, but illegal immigrants children citizenship, just for being born in America.
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Copyright Law And Plagiarism
Most people have heard about Copyright laws and plagiarism, but not everyone knows the full extent
of the protection Copyright laws provide, or the penalties of plagiarizing. First I will go over
Copyright law, what can be Copyrighted, what having a Copyright lets you do, the penalties of
Copyright infringement, and fair use. Next I will go over plagiarism, what can be plagiarized, the
punishments of plagiarism, and the techniques that can be used to avoid plagiarism. And finally I will
go into how Copyright law and plagiarism relate to each other, as well as talking about the public
domain.
First let s look at what Copyright laws protect and the penalties of infringing upon Copyrighted work.
Copyright is a form of protection granted by the government which protects original works of
authorship, such as books, song, movies, computer software, and more, from being stolen. However
facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation, cannot be Copyrighted. Having a Copyright lets you
reproduce your work, make related works, make copies, and perform or display the work publicly. The
penalties of infringing upon a Copyrighted work are, the infringer may be taken to court, be forced to
pay the damages or lost profits the copyright infringing work cost the creator or the profits the
infringer made off of the stolen work. They could also be forced to pay all attorney fees and court
costs, have the illegal work impounded, and may be jailed. However, most of the time the Copyright
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Great Leap Forward Summary
10. Diamond characterizes the Great Leap Forward as the stage in human development when humans
became seemingly more modern and more similar, biologically and behaviorally, to the human today.
This leap occurred around 50,000 years ago, the signs being standardized tools, preserved jewelry, and
the completely modern skeletons of the Cro Magnon.
11. The major human achievements that characterize the Great Leap Forward can be defined by the
first ever preserved jewelry and methodized tools made out of stone. Other major human
achievements at this time included complex weaponry that could kill from a secure distance, much
like the mechanics of the weaponry we have and still use in battle today. The most marvelous as well
as most known achievement of the Cro Magnons would have to be their artwork though, due to its
wondrous beauty in the eyes of many.
12. The technological advancement of watercraft was necessary for the colonization of New Guinea
and Australia approximately 30,000 to 40,000 years ago. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Diamond proposes the theory that the disappearance of mega fauna in Australia/New Guinea was due
to human interaction. The animals of Australia and New Guinea had not yet been introduced to
humans, eliminating the chance of coevolution. They became extinct in every habitat without
exception...the giants were indeed exterminated by humans, both directly (by being killed for food)
and indirectly (as a result of fires and habitat modification caused by humans). It seems that Diamond
primarily believed that the extinction of the many mega fauna was entirely the fault of the humans and
not at all because of the animals changing habitat. Due to the fact that the mega fauna of Australia and
New Guinea were not prepared for the arrival of humans, they were successfully hunted to the
ultimate death:
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Analysis Of Sanford Meisner On Acting
In his book Sanford Meisner On Acting, Meisner teaches students in his class the techniques needed in
acting. The book is written in a way that is enjoyable to the reader because it is written in third person,
where an observer writes about what occurred in the class among Meisner and his students. In the
book, Meisner teaches the students about the importance of being genuine; they should stop
pretending and they should stop being polite. They should rather just do what feels genuine to them. I
liked that the book was written based on observed experiences and not just laying down the acting
techniques for readers to follow. By reading about the experiences, I felt as though I was in the class
with Meisner and this enabled me to understand the techniques better.
The first things that caught my eye from the book are the principles Meisner gives his students. On the
topic The Pinch and The Touch , he says, Don t do anything unless something makes you do it...what
you do doesn t depend on you: it depends on the other fellow (Meisner 34). He goes further to
illustrate the two principles by pinching John, one of his students, who reacts by shouting Mr.
Meisner! The principles caught my eye because I have heard my acting professor constantly tell us the
same thing. He always says that we should have an objective of why we are choosing to do a certain
action and our actions should be driven by what our partner does or says. I liked his way of illustrating
the principles
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Essay on Missed Appointment ART 86
Article 92 is perhaps the most important article in the entire Uniform Code of Military Justice. It lays
down the ground law, which is the absolute line that may not be crossed. Everything else in the UCMJ
is an explanation of the various forms that disobeying an order can take. Without the support given by
Article 92, service members would be free to do whatever they want, whenever they want, and wouldn
t be any more accountable than a civilian could in a civilian job. However, service members are held
to a higher standard. We are the line that protects this country and we are the defense against the
storm. Without us, this country would not exist and could not exist. And for that, I have to follow the
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It is a soldier s personal responsibility to keep all his or her items accountable at all times. This
ensures that the Army mission will be completed and that the soldier will remain prepared at all times.
On a daily basis, thousands of Soldiers are seen at appointments varying anywhere from surgery on
better eye sight to putting a broken foot into a cast for 6 weeks to heal. Appointments can be located
anywhere on or off post depending on the type of appointment or preference of the Soldier. It is every
Soldier s right to choose where they would like to receive health care services. The Army spends
Billions of dollars on medical supplies, medications, the latest and newest high tech equipment, and
the healthcare facilities and the healthcare providers. When a Soldier misses an appointment, the Army
s money is then wasted. Money that could have been used on something such as new trucks, weapons
and equipment. With budget cuts on funds within the ranks, missing an appointment is money the
Army could use elsewhere. Of all the complications for military funding due to budget cuts, missing
an appointment should not factor into it at all. Budget cuts have influenced the Chain of Command
and their decisions on requiring Soldiers to pay out of pocket for their missed appointment. The
government was starting to discuss having Soldiers pay out of pocket for their missed appointments.
Have the Soldier pay out of pocket for the injuries received in an accident because
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The Impact Of Financial Flexibility On A Not For Profit
In 2015, Krishnamurthy Surysekar, Elizabeth Turner, and Clark Wheatley published On the
Association between Donor Imposed Financial Inflexibility and Future Donations to Charitable
Organizations in the Journal of Management Accounting Research. Surysekar, et. al conducted
research to answer the following research question: what is the impact of financial flexibility on a not
for profit (NTP) organization? Surysekar, et. al found that donations and donor imposed restrictions
have a positive association until the donations reach a particular threshold. When the donations reach
the threshold, they decline and diminish. Surysekar, et. al began by gathering information regarding
restricted donations. Often, NFP s expand their activities beyond the organization s mission and skill
set. This can lead to the misuse of funds as well as fraud. Donors impose restrictions to ensure that the
money is used for activities that they value while simultaneously meeting the goals of the organization
(64). Donors can impose restrictions such as the following: 1) the organization may only use the
interest from the donation to meet the goals of the NFP or 2) the donation may only be used for a
particular purpose or program. However, restricted donations may inhibit a NFP s ability to grow (65).
Several studies in the NFP and for profit sector were used to form Surysekar, et. al s hypothesis. The
previous studies found the following: 1) the link between NFP performance and financial
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Essay Rhetorical Analysis Bittman
The Rhetorical Analysis of the Seriousness of Food Thinking about the importance and significance of
food respective to our health, ethnic culture and society can cause cavernous, profound, and even
questionable thoughts such as: Is food taken for granted? , Is specialty foods just a fad or a change in
lifestyle? , and even Is food becoming the enemy. Mark Bittman, an established food journalist, wrote
an article called Why take food seriously? In this article, Bittman enlightens the reader with a brief
history lesson of America s appreciation of food over the past decades. This history lesson leads to
where the social standing of food is today and how it is affecting not only the people of America, but
also the rest of the world. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It is about Earth no longer providing living conditions for life. This causes humans to live in a space
craft where robots did essentially everything for them; the result, shake sucking fatties. Bittman s use
of sarcasm throughout the entire article adds a comic relief giving the reader a sense that Bittman is
just a normal funny guy. Along with using his humor, Bittman makes references to well known figures
in today s society, like Wall E. By doing this, Bittman shows that he is current and up to date with
media and society. He references, We were ripe for the Food Network s Emeril, Rachael, Mario and
Bobby, who created a buzz based on celebrity that grabbed not only the middle aged and the young
but also the very young. Food network is incredibly popular along with the network s stars that
Bittman referenced. Bittman displays that he is well knowledgeable of who is who and what is what in
today s society. Bittman s ethos is exemplified through his professional and personal experiences,
along with his humor and up to date knowledge of media. Bittman goes on to establish logos through
structure. He begins with a quick introduction of who he is and discloses the
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First Epistle To The Corinthians
Mother Teresa once said, If we want a love message to be heard, it has got to be sent out. To keep a
lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it. The Church in Corinth was righteous and pure once it
started following God again. Unfortunately, they continued their sinful ways soon after. The First
Epistle to the Corinthians, by Clement of Rome, accurately displays how to regain and maintain a
faithful walk with God. Like the church in Corinth, all churches need to learn this message. Clement
preaches to turn from envy, remain humble at all times, and above all, love. His writings continue to
live on today, as they clearly should . Cain killed Abel, Jacob ran from Esau, and Joseph s brothers
sold him. All of these conflict occurred ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Love covers a multitude of sins. Love beareth all things, is long suffering in all things. There is
nothing base, nothing arrogant in love. Love admits of no schisms: love gives rise to no seditions: love
does all things in harmony. By love have all the elect of God been made perfect; without love nothing
is well pleasing to God. In love has the Lord taken us to Himself (Clement, The First Epistle to the
Corinthians). Clement of Rome clearly held love on a high pedestal. All Christians should respect and
appreciate God s love, because it made us perfect. ... those who, through the grace of God, have been
made perfect in love, now possess a place among the godly, and shall be made manifest at the
revelation of the kingdom of Christ (Clement, The First Epistle to the Corinthians). Without love we
can neither be with God, nor can we please
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Organizational Culture Change The Organization Culture Essay
It is not uncommon in today s business world to hear a new CEO, an organizational consultant, a
leadership expert talk about the urgent need to change the organization culture. Often organizations set
high aspirations to change the culture but fall short of modifying the way that people feel, behave and
get work done. Culture changes rarely manifest into noticeable long term improvements. It is
important to note that corporate cultures are slow to evolve and difficult to change, that is not to say
that culture cannot be changed. For starters, organizational culture can be complex to even define and
differ in definition depending on the organization. As organizations move forward with their culture
change programs, it is crucial that they have a vast understanding of what culture is and how it is
formed. In the present paper, the foundation of organizational culture is studied from a couple of
different aspects: how culture evolves, how culture can be changed, and what is a leader s role in
culture change? When positive culture forces and strategic priorities are in sync, companies can begin
to gain competitive advantage or regain advantages that may have been lost.
Organizations should no longer ignore cultural forces within the workplace when looking to
implement change of any kind. Organizational culture as a concept has recently came to the forefront,
although, many concepts have touched on aspects of culture. In earlier research, characteristics of
culture were
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Theories Of Development And Development Influence Human...
As our society continues to expand and develop, it is often wondered who exactly figured out how
people develop and learn. Dating back to the 1800s, numerous different theorists have researched and
experimented to interpret learning and development. Some major theorists that are incorporated with
theories of development include Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, and Erik Erikson. Along with the theories
of development, there are theories of learning. The four main theories include cognitive,
constructivism, social cognitive, and situative. First and foremost, Jean Piaget can be considered a
pioneer in psychology. His theory is considered one of the most influential and comprehensive
theories of cognitive development. This theory focuses on how nature and development influence
human intelligence. Piaget also describes how crucial a child s environment is when the child is
maturing and interacting with changes throughout their life. Different life changes can teach a child
right or wrong, cause and effect, and a comprehensive learning about how time and space work. In
Piaget s theory, he discusses the four stages to cognitive development: sensorimotor, preoperational,
concrete operational, and formal operational. The sensorimotor stage is how a child orients himself
with the constant physical movements and actions along with a corresponding stimulus representing
the same thing. Therefore, a child is only aware of something that is right in front of them. For
example, the constant
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What Is The Development Of Vibration-Based Damage...
A damaged structure can potentially threaten the safety and economical use of the system, and even if
it is not detected in the early stage, it may bring about structural failure over the time. Therefore,
devising effective non destructive damage detection methods has been the center of atten tion in civil
engineering studies during the last decades [1]. These methods can be classified as local and global
techniques. Since local methods, such as the X ray, magnetic particle, ultrasound etc., are limited to
detecting damage on or near the surface of structures, the need for global damage detection
techniques, which can be used for complex structures, has resulted in development of vibration based
damage detec tion methods (VBDD). The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In model based methods, generally, there are two models. A refer ence model, which is a well
correlated model of the undamaged struc ture. An updated model that reproduces the measured
responses under the damage states by modifying the structural properties like mass, stiffness,
damping, etc. Making comparison between these two models provide damage location and severity.
Apart from this fact that structural mod els in these methods are Structural Matrix, Finite Element
(FE), Mapping or Meta Models, updated models can be modified in a direct way or in an iterative one.
Although, model based methods have physical mean ings and are easier to be interpreted compared
with abstract mathemati cal features, they are unfortunately computationally intensive and time
consuming. Thus, they are not usually practical for online damage detec tion and structural health
monitoring (SHM), particularly where structures are large and complex and there are a lot of
simplification and uncertain ties in simulation of structure and circumstances [1]. School of Civil
Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology. To address this issue, a novel direct model
based damage detection method is proposed. The main part of this method is Simple Adaptive Control
(SAC) algorithm, so it is called briefly SAC/DD method. The SAC algorithm is introduced by Sobel
et al. [2], then it is developed by Barkana and Kaufman [3] and Wen and Balas [4]. Furthermore,
Barkana and Guenz [5] expanded
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The Culture Of The Philippines
The Culture of the Philippines The Republic of the Philippines was named to honor King Philip the
second of Spain in 1543. The purpose of this paper is to have a complete understanding of the
different type culture from every country which is beneficial in knowing how much we all share or
have in common as far as race, national origin, gender, class, or religion. (Axner) When military
leaders examine the culture of the country they are in, there are six major characteristics that they
must take into consideration: 1) one must comprehend the meaning of culture; 2) identify what the
five characteristics are that define a culture; 3) describing the common culture characteristic of a
region of the world; 4) the country s physical geography; 5) any previous involvements in military
conflicts; and 6). All six of these characteristics play an important role in determining what the norms
are and why the people in that specific region are the way they are. The focus of this paper will center
on the cultural understanding and awareness of the country known as the Philippines. When looking
for a definite answer as to the meaning of culture, there are a large number of definitions that follow it.
Culture is defined as a way of life of a group of people; the beliefs behaviors, values, and symbols that
they accept, generally without thinking about them, and that are passed along by communication and
imitation from one generation to the next. (University) These factors
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Behavior Modification Behavior Modification, a psychological theory of human behavior. It evolved
from the application of experimentally derived principles of learning to the modification of problem
behaviors. The theory is based on a psychological model of human behavior that rejects the
psychoanalytic or quasi disease model of mental illness. Approaches to behavior modification assume
that abnormal behavior is acquired and maintained in the same manner as normal behavior and can be
changed directly through the application of social learning principles. Assessment procedures focus on
describing how an individual behaves, thinks, and feels in specific situations. Treatment methods are
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This procedure, used to alleviate anxiety in adult patients, became one of the best known and most
widely used behavior modification techniques. Another key development in the evolution of behavior
modification was the work of Hans Eysenck and his colleagues in England in the 1950s. Eysenck
defined behavior modification as the application of modern learning theory to the treatment of
behavioral and emotional problems. He held that, in contrast to traditional psychoanalytic procedures,
the efficacy of behavior modification procedures could be verified through experiments. The third
major development in the evolution of behavior modification was the publication in 1953 of B. F.
Skinner s Science and Human Behavior. This work heralded a philosophical shift from the search for
inner causes of behavior to an emphasis on the measurement and modification of observable behavior.
A fundamental tenet of Skinner s radical behaviorism is that the probability of a behavior is related
directly to the nature of the environmental consequences that follow performance of that behavior.
From this basic tenet he derived a set of procedures for modifying behavior by a method called
operant conditioning. Specifically, behavior is strengthened, or increased in frequency, when followed
by either a positive consequence (positive reinforcement) or removal of a negative consequence
(negative reinforcement). Behavior is weakened, or decreased
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Similarities Between Rome And Carthaginia
Rome Carthage were empires separated mainly by the mediterranean. Rome controlling the Italian
Peninsula while Carthage controlling the west of the Mediterranean. (Morey, 1901). Depending on
different periods; the two empires were similar or different in different ways. At the turn of the 3rd
century BCE, Carthage had a huge trading network compared to Rome, and it had colonies in Africa,
Sicily, etc, while Rome just controlled the Italian peninsula. During this period, the Romans had
ripped off the model for naval ships from the Carthaginians, so the Roman navy was just a joke to
none, while the Carthaginians had a huge navy. (Morey, 1901). However, while the Carthaginians
depended mostly on brilliant leaders, the Romans had a rather
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Domestication In The Americas Essay
Moving away from Eastern Asia, it is now time to focus on the development of agriculture of the
Americas. In a similar way as to what happen in China, agriculture originated independently in three
different areas: Mesoamerica, the Andean region in South America and eastern, mid continental North
America. The earliest evidence for domesticates so far comes from archaeobotanical remains found in
caves, in all three origin centres. These remains are usually recovered in a state of remarkably good
preservation, as a result of the dry climate that prevents the decay of organic materials. The caves in
which these remains are discovered, usually also display evidence for the presence of small groups of
hunter gatherers. These particular aspects led researchers to suggest that the domestication process in
the Americas was initiated by nomadic or seminomadic groups of people, possibly in a higher setting,
although this theory is now being questioned by new lines of evidence (Smith, 1994: 174). ... Show
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mays). This is believed to have originated in southwest Mexico, from where it subsequently spread to
the areas of mid continental North America and the Andes. However, maize was not the first plant to
undergo the process in domestication in the Americas, and, even after having spread out throughout
the continent, people still consumed a variety of other plant species, with a few differences depending
on the specific region. For example, people in southwestern United Stated maintained species such as
beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), squash (Cucurbita pepo ssp. pepo), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus var.
macrocarpus) as important components of their diets, even after the establishment of maize as a staple
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Jesus Seminar Thesis
Jesus is most definitely a symbol of hope, however, we need a foundation for our faith. Having
evidence about Jesus life, teaching, and resurrection provides a firm foundation for our faith. The
Jesus Seminar states that the Jesus of faith is merely just a symbol of hope that provides people with a
good feeling and a sense of security, but it s not the real Jesus of history. Contrary to this statement,
the Jesus of faith is the opposite and much more than the views of those from the Jesus Seminar. Much
of the historical evidence points to a historical Jesus who did many supernatural acts throughout his
lifetime. As Boyd says, Jesus is not a symbol of anything unless he s root in history. Those who state
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  • 1. Literary Essay Writing For Any Text, Differentiate For 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Literary Essay Writing For Any Text, Differentiate For Literary Essay Writing For Any Text, Differentiate For
  • 2. Prairie Vole Observation In this experimental study, Robinson, Myers, Hofer, Shair, and Welch look at the way in which Prairie Vole pups may show companion preference for their mothers (the dam) over their fathers (the sire) primarily through the increase rate of vocal cues (potentiation) they exhibit after being separated from the dam. Two main experiments were conducted in this study, the main difference being that in one (Experiment 1) the vole parents were drugged and inactive during reunions with the pups, whereas in the second (Experiment 2) the parents were not drugged, and were active during the reunion with the pups. In both of these experiments, the pup was first placed in an isolation test cage, followed by a reunion with either the dam, sire, two litter ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although it is currently hypothetical, I see not accounting for this possibility as a potential weakness in the study. I know we said in class that psychologists try to stay away from sex difference studies, but lets say in Experiment 2 everything was the same, except instead of the actual dam of the pup, we replaced her with a random female vole. If the pups still showed potentiation in response to be separating form the random female and not the sire there might be something to be said about females voles naturally adopting the primary caregiver role and/or pups naturally eliciting a stronger emotional connection to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. What Is Life Of Pi Essay About Religion Catastrophic events, both personal and collective, raise the question of divine Providence. How can an infinitely good Creator allow the kind of evil that puts the divine goodness in doubt? The question has been faced since patristic times. Theories of predestination have been proposed. Spirituals have adored God in the mystery of divine Providence. There seems to be no other solution than hope in the midst of despair. (Tavard pg707) In 2001, Yann Martel published the novel Life of Pi an amazing story about religion, faith, spirituality and a boy named Pi who is a practitioner of three major religions Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism. Yann Martel makes a bold statement, while at the same time giving an answer to a question that has been asked since the creation of religion saying: I have a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A Jewish Rabbi named Isaac Luria who is also called the father of modern Kabbalah came up with the philosophy of tzimtzum. Isaac Luria was a prominent rabbi in Jewish mysticism in Safed. Isaac Luria was born in 1534 Jerusalem, Israel. Isaac father died while he was still a child and he was raised by a very wealthy uncle in Cairo, Egypt. He was taught by the best rabbis at the time including David ben Solomon ibn Abi Zimra the acharonim (Jewish legal decisor) at the time. Isaac was very studious in Jewish literature, married his cousin at fifteen since he was taken care of financially he continued his studies. Becoming enamored with Jewish asceticism and mysticism some time in his twenties he became a recluse living on the Nile studying the Zohar that was just being printed for the first time in the latter half of the 13th century. Legend has it that Isaac secluded himself meditating everyday only visiting his family on the Sabbath. At home he would only speak when absolutely necessary and get his point ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Optical Ofdm For Passive Optical Network 1. Introduction 2. Optical OFDM for Passive optical networks The high speed broadband penetration and ongoing growth of the Internet traffic among customers have been the key reasons that are driving the rapid emergence and deployment of optical access networks as a basic bearer network that supports hybrids services for multiple customers while bearing huge capacity. Passive optical network is the most interesting solution for the optical access network to cope with the increasing bandwidth demand and to meet the cost effectiveness. PON can be used for Point to point (P2P) or Point to multi point (P2MP) configurations. The P2P structure builds a dedicated fiber from a CO to each subscriber which constitutes an ultimate solution to provide much needed bandwidth to each ONU. In P2MP topologies, the feeder fiber is shared between various customers and terminates at a central office in an Optical Line Terminal. Passive splitters put between the OLT and the ONU are used to split the connection to multiple end points, thus enormously reduces the maintaining cost. Two key technologies are used in passive optical network: the first one known as TDM PON uses Time Division Multiplexing to multiplex traffic from/to multiple ONUs onto the upstream/downstream wavelength. It requires complex scheduling algorithms and framing technology to support a variety of services. The second is Wavelength division multiplexing passive optical network WDM PON . This technology comes to extend the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Mr Dark By Charles Halloway Chapter Summaries Main Characters: William Halloway Jim s Best friend saves Jim many times and rescues his father another time, he is 13, He thinks he s doing the right thing even when he s not Will cares deeply about doing what is right he rather do nothing than do something wrong. Will cares about Jim and saves him even when Jim doesn t want to be saved James Nightshade Jim puts himself through chaos in the book. He wants to help Will and Mr. Halloway fight the carnival but at the same time he is filled with desire to ride the carousel and instantly grow up. He is very independent and unafraid of most circumstances Charles Halloway starts out as an old man who remembers his times as a youth but is sure that his times of adventure are over. But he slowly learns that there is more action in him then he thought, and it also becomes apparent that he is a man with cool nerves and much inner strength. He is the only one who sees the carnival for what it is and he destroys it by laughing at it, he is very confident with himself ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Dark the villain, He is covered in tattoos and each tattoo allows him to exert some power over what is represented. Mr. Dark is afraid of Charles Halloway. He is tremendously strong and intimidates people, inspiring fear when he wishes to. The freaks at the carnival are completely within his power, and he uses both manipulation and force to bend people to his will. Setting: Greentown, Illinois Story Themes Acceptance the author shows that the ability to accept is not simply a trait that people have; it is a quality that people must mature. Kindness People must be kind to each other Age it doesn t matter how old you are anything is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Reflective Essay On Homeland Security At the beginning of this course, I was preparing for my transition out of the military and preparing for a career revolving around homeland security. My plans have since been adjusted due to the area that we are now relocating. We were initially going to a major metropolis in Texas, but now we re headed to a rural area in northern Georgia which doesn t permit me to continue pursuing that initial path. I m now planning on completing my bachelors in homeland security and emergency management and then pursuing a degree in cybersecurity, often referred to as information security. I believe that having a degree and certifications in technology will be extremely beneficial because technology is similar to that of healthcare in the aspect that they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. I Ve Got The Light Of Freedom Analysis That said, we should not forget that leadership and empowerment often strongly depend on mobilization. The fact that national leaders existed served to create role models that engendered a sense of unity and communality. As the media were very selective when it came to the coverage of local struggles, the attention that leaders like Martin Luther King and others received was important to force the real and imaginative ties that invigorated the struggles on the local level. Therefore, Payne s critique entails different layers. First, it is clearly a criticism of a scholarship that selectively focuses on famous leaders and the most dramatic events. As such, it is a critique of a historical narrative that provides only a glimpse of what the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Therefore, it is understandable that movement scholars tend to write from a rather activist stance. There is nothing wrong with this per se, however, as historians, we should critically assess in how far this positioning might limit our scholarship. At times, Payne tends to overemphasize the unity and the solidarity among the organizers and the local population and fails to mention the tensions among direct democratic groups like SNCC. Every social movement is made up of people, united under what they perceive as an urgent need to bring about change. This unity tends to suppress theoretical and practical differences for some time and can thus create a tremendous amount of communality and solidarity among its members. However, as history has shown over and over again, as soon as the external threat either diminishes or proves resistant to change, movements tend to disunite. This is what Baker and other activists wanted to prevent by modeling their training around local long term strategies and individual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Examples Of Heroism In Antigone Acts of heroism can be displayed in many different ways. In the play, Antigone, written by Sophocles, the main character Antigone fought for what she believed in standing up against state law set by the King. The Mother from 4 Maccabees also showed strength and virtue by having to watch all of her seven sons be tortured and die right before her eyes. As being women in a society where they are viewed as less equal to men, characters, Antigone and the Mother from 4 Maccabees did not let male authoritarian rule get in the way of displaying valorous acts by sticking to their moral beliefs. The author of 4 Maccabees wrote a story in the Bible to display how piety and reason overcame passion. The author states, For reason does not overcome its ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Antigone s brother, Polyneices was declared to be a traitor, according to King Kreon, against his own country known as Thebes. For such actions King Kreon refused to let Polyneices have a proper burial and would kill anyone who tried to give him one, which outraged Antigone. Antigone could not let someone whose blood related to her not have a proper burial so she tries to get her sister, Ismene to help her. Ismene replies, We must remember, first, that we two are by nature women and not fit to fight with men; second, that we are ruled by others stronger than ourselves, and so must bow to this and even greater griefs (Sophocles lines 61 64). Antigone being as passionate as she is ignores her sister s fearfulness of the possible consequences and says to her, I shall bury him. To me it s fine to die performing such a deed. I ll lie there, dear to him, with my dear friend, when I ve performed this crime of piety; for I must please those down below a longer time than those up here, since I shall lie there always (Sophocles lines 72 76). Antigone prefers to be dead with her brother who she loves very much than to be alive and not have him have a proper burial. She believes that by committing such a crime it is pure and will be vindicated by the Gods. Since Antigone is a woman it puts all the more pressure on Kreon to stick to his orders because of the limitations of freedom set on Greek woman in the ancient world. Her rebellious actions are out of line with her place in society as being a woman, which disrupts the gender roles and Kings position over the people in the community. By not abiding by the rules set by King Kreon she rises up against tyranny not only to expose her unique qualities of individualism, but also to reach out to the other people in her community who haven t stood up against the King and fought for what they believed to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Character Analysis Of The Darkness In Emma By Jane Austen Jane Austen begins the novel Emma by stating, Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence, and had lived nearly twenty one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her (1) immediately giving readers the impression that Emma is a young woman whom the readers should respect and grow to love throughout the novel. As we continue reading, however, we learn that while Emma has a respectable reputation and a circle of people who love her and want the best for her, she is extremely flawed. In the article, The Darkness in Emma, Anita Soloway states, for Emma, beauty, cleverness, and wealth prove to be mixed blessings at best, for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Emma is selfish, unable to see reality as it truly is, and is impulsive, yet, because of her respectable standing in the social class, people love her and want the best for her and think highly of her. While discussing Emma with Mr. Knightley, Mrs. Weston states, With all dear Emma s little faults, she is an excellent creature. Where shall we see a better daughter, or a kinder sister, or a truer friend? No, no; she has qualities which may be trusted; she will never lead any one really wrong; she will make no lasting blunder; where Emma errs once, she is in the right a hundred times (25). While her opinion on Emma does recognize that she has faults and isn t perfect, those flaws are basically overlooked. Mrs. Weston seems to believe that Emma is a blessing to everyone she encounters, and even when she creates an issue, it s acceptable because it s assumed she ll do something great to compensate up for it. This definitely shows what Emma s reputation is like, and how the people close to her view her. One of Emma s main flaws is the fact that she is extremely impulsive with her actions, and she doesn t stop to think about what she s doing until the damage is already done. This happens multiple times throughout the novel, especially when Emma tries to play matchmaker. This is partially due to the fact that she is unable to see reality clearly, which is what happens during her attempt at bringing Harriet and Mr. Elton together. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Machiavellian Monarchies Of The 15th Century Machiavellian Monarchies of the 15the Century To be Machiavellian means to follow the theories of Machiavelli on what makes an effective sovereign. These were principles such as being feared by the people, using military to gain power and diplomacy. Additionally that virtues and vices are only a means to an end. I agree with the statement that the 15th century kingdoms of Europe such as England, France were Machiavellian in action. The monarch in the 15th century under Henry VII, a Machiavellian King established the Tudor dynasty in England. He used war to take control at the end of the War of Roses. This was very Machiavellian of him because of how Machiavelli believed that all great states are formed from war. In a ruthless ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Generals Die In Bed By Charles Yale Harrison Through the soldiers experiences, the narrator shows only the dark side of human nature. Discuss. Generals die in Bed by Charles Yale Harrison is a novel where a young Canadian soldier tells of his first hand account of the harsh and inhumane conditions in the trenches on the Western Front during World War 1. Through his observations and experiences the Narrator shows the effects of war on ordinary people and how they manage in extraordinarily horrific situations. Even though the brutal nature of the war is often reflected in the violent way that combatants act towards one another there are also moments when compassion and mercy is shown. The novel demonstrates that in extreme situations both the dark and the good side of human ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However we also are shown bravery, companionship and acts of kindness as the soldiers struggle to stay humane and sane in a hellish environment. Throughout the novel they are compassionate and caring to even their enemies in their darkest moments. They also illustrate the dark and unforgiving side of human nature. They show no pity or mercy even while being pleaded too. Throughout the novel the Narrator often shows compassion towards others in his actions eg. letting the German soldier grieve for his dead brother letting him take a few letters and papers from his brother s pockets and imagines how their mother would feel. He then helps the Germans to safety behind the lines amp; asks that the prisoners be treated nicely. Just like their constant companions the lice and the rats, the soldiers in the trench adapt to the hell that they find themselves trapped in doing whatever it takes to survive. They even fight each other over food at each others throats like hungry, snarling animals . As the novel amp; the war progresses so does the inhumane side of the soldiers who become increasing more detached from killing, unconcerned with the death of friends. The soldiers are conditioned, hardened up and desensitised with self preservation becoming a key motivator. This is shown as the soldiers plunder the city of Arras allies town and vandalize houses with no consideration of the local ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Personal Narrative-Mandated Public Education System Eric, I need you to be my monkey, I said, offering him a position in what was, in my twelve year old mind, the con of a lifetime. Eric, as the ideal product of a state mandated public education system, was a superb candidate for my morally debatable endeavor. He was just smart enough to follow orders and even improvise (within set limits, of course) accordingly, yet not quite clever enough as to devise a subterfuge of his own. His toothy smile flashed in the dark, damp environment of the sleeping tent; this clearly was not his first con. I m in. I grinned back, wrapped my arm around his shoulder, and walked off, concocting the ultimate scheme. One that, if we chose, could have been continued for years. The plan was surprisingly simple. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Shortly thereafter, cards began to circulate, and tactics that previously would only have been employed during drastic psychological warfare quickly became commonplace. As time went on and cigars were lit and distributed amongst the adults, cleverly crafted lies and bluffs became indistinguishable from the truth, and elements that may very well have violated provisions of the Hague and Geneva Conventions were instituted in increments. The little cousins started to squirm, forced to deny themselves bathroom privileges upon penalty of forfeiture. The smoke began to stratify in the tent, forming layers of toxic clouds so thick that it would not have surprised anyone if they simply burst and rained liquid nicotine down upon us without warning. Eyes burned, slowly darkening to a shade near carmine, but we persisted, accustomed to and to some extent, even secretly enjoying this sort of foul play. Eric and I were impervious to even their best attempts and counter plays, hardened by years of experience and protected by our brilliant strategy. Amounting chips faster and more efficiently than anyone else infuriated the other players, practically forcing them to make larger bets every hand in order to compensate for their past losses. As the night advanced, this sort of behavior continued, quickly dwindling down the pool of competitors. So quickly, in fact, that within the hour, there were only three of us left; an unprecedented and, to others, catastrophically rapid ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The NCAA Controversy The NCAA 480,000 athletes; 19,000 teams; 3 divisions; 1 association (NCAA, n.d.) This is a description of the NCAA today. In the early 1900 s, President Roosevelt got together with Harvard, Princeton and Yale to ban the flying wedge (a very dangerous play in football that caused 18 deaths the previous year.) (Demars, 2016). This was the commencement of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, formally known as the NCAA. The NCAA is an organization that was created to improve collegiate sports, and while it has expanded and done so, there have been challenges and controversy along the way. The NCAA is a member led organization dedicated to the well being and lifelong success of college athletes. (NCAA, n.d.)The primary purpose of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The NCAA has expanded college athletics, created more female athletes/sports, and made a safer activity. The NCAA has also shown their detriments through lack of oversight, internal abuse of the system, and lots of controversy. The NCAA will endure overtime and hopefully continue to improve college sports and address their controversy/negative impacts. Bibliography (2016, May 19). Retrieved April 15, 2017, from Encyclopedia Britannica: https://www.britannica.com/topic/National Collegiate Athletic Association Blumenthal, K. (2005). Let Me Play. New York: Atheneum Books For Young Readers. Demars, B. (Director). (2016). Business of Amateurs [Motion Picture]. Jolley, D. (2009). Academic Achievement Is Improving for College Athletes. In C. Watkins, Sports and Athletes (pp. 71 78). Detroit: Greenhaven Press. NCAA. (n.d.). Retrieved April 15, 2017, from NCAA.org The Official Site of the NCAA: http://www.ncaa.org/ Powers, E. (2009). Academic Fraud Is Rampant in College Athletics. In C. Watkins, Sports and Athletes (pp. 79 86). Detroit: Greenhaven Press. Rains, B. (2009). Testing Student Athletes for Drugs is Appropriate. In C. Watkins, Sports and Athletes (pp. 192 196). Detroit: Greenhaven Press. Zimbalist, A. (2009). Title IX Is Not Unfair to Men s Sports. In C. Watkins, Sports and Athletes (pp. 147 153). Detroit: Greenhaven ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Dress Codes And School Uniforms Is there anything more embarrassing than being dress coded at school? Enforcing a dress code among children is unfair because it not only discriminates against people but it destroys someone s whole day. Dress codes and school uniforms are meant to increase student achievement and make everyone equal but instead it only hurts people. Most school dress codes are unnecessary and are sexist. Enforcing dress codes is suppose to boost student achievement but instead is racist, sexist and unnecessary. Schools should take into consideration their student s feelings before they establish rules for dressing. Forcing school uniforms are more likely upon people of different races compared to people who are white. People who are Hispanic or Black ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Georgia, 37 percent of students are black, but they account for 67 percent of suspensions and 64 percent of expulsions, according to federal data, (French and Bloom). Since Black and Hispanic students are more likely to have to wear school uniforms, they encounter more discipline from adults. White students do not have as much discipline because they are less likely to have to wear uniforms. People of different races will most likely have to be punished more than people who are White because more people who are Black have to wear uniforms than people who are White. Overall, enforcing a dress code or forcing to wear school uniforms is a racial issue because people who are not White are more likely to have to wear school uniforms than people who are White. Secondly, most dress codes that are enforced are so extreme and unnecessary. Children are suspended for unnecessary reasons such as shaving his head in awareness for cancer patients. According to a child from third grade s mom, A Colorado third grader was suspended after shaving her head to show support for a friend battling cancer, because she d violated her school s dress code banning shaved heads, (Hoevel). Dress codes are so extreme that even a shaved head is not appropriate for some schools. When students just want to show awareness of cancer and other diseases, school s discipline them for something so ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Case Of Ikea Ikea is a multinational group of companies operating on a global scale in the furniture industry, offering a wide range of ready to assemble (Do It Yourself) furniture, appliances, and accessories worldwide. The company is well known and recognized for its modern designs, functionality of their products, quality services, and their eco friendliness. Within the competitive market, Ikea aims at being better than its competitors in the market, and offers the best standards of services to its customers, as well as a wider range of products for low prices. As a system practitioner, it is important to be able to differentiate between a difficulty and a mess. A mess may be regarded as a problem or situation that is perceived and understood in different terms by different people. With a mess, external settings are what cause dissatisfaction. A difficulty on the other hand is a problem or situation that is perceived on the same basis by everyone examining it. To improve a difficulty, all ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Different stakeholders involved in the situation may study and analyze the situation in their own way, and they come up with their own methods of overcoming the problem and reaching a conclusion. In the soft system method, the situation has no clearly defined structured, and that the solution comes from a person s own creativity and learning after further study of the case, and does not need a computerized system like that in the hard system ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Benitoite Research Paper Benitoite is a very unique mineral that has a beautiful appearance. It is classified as metamorphic rock which means it had to go under the metamorphic process to get into the form its in. Since this is rare mineral there are not very many places on earth where Benitoite is found. As of right now, California is the only place where it is found. It is the state gem of California because I believe its rarity is a special symbol to the state. In order to find this gem, a person would have to go to the Benitoite Gem Mine, in San Benito County, California. The main use for this mineral is for jewelry because of its shiny blue and violet appearance. Although Benitoite is a valuable and exquisite gemstone, its hardness as a gemstone is relatively ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... BaTiSi3O9 is the chemical make up for Benitoite as shown in the picture on the first page. This means it is made up of Barium, Titanium, and Silicon within its property. This is a relatively new mineral found in the world. Benitoite is sometimes called the blue diamond. In the early 20th century is was first found in a California river known as the Benito River. The people that discovered it thought it was a sapphire or a diamond. Just looking a Benitoite gemstone, it would be easy to get them confused. Earth has many kinds of rocks and minerals but this gemstone is the rarest of the rare. George D. Louderback is credited for classifying Benitoite as a brand new mineral. He was heavily into mineralogy where he actually taught classes at the University of California and later the University of Nevada. A native to California, he was born in San Francisco and achieved a Ph.D from the University of California in Berkley. The largest accumulation of Benitoite ever found was 15 carrots. James Couch the first person believed of discovering the beautiful new mineral in 1906. After bringing it in to George D. Louderback, It was in fact considered a new mineral. The way they found it was very incredible. Mr. Couch found it in a river bed with its white mother rock known as Natrolite. This is very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Differences Between The Egyptian Culture And General... In today s world, cross culture communication is used every day within every industry. The ability to communicate effectively between two cultures can be quite a difficult task. In this essay some do s and don ts regarding cross cultural communication on a business level between the Egyptian culture and general Western culture will be discussed. The essay will explain the differences in listening and responding in regards to communicating, relationships, and business etiquette. The differences between Individualism and collectivism will be discussed along with the Power stance outline in Geert Hofstede s cultural comparison of Egypt and Australia (Hofstede 2013). Egypt s population is mostly dominated by one culture with (94%) following the Sunni Islamic faith. The rest of the population is made up of a Coptic Christian faith following (6%) (Commisceo Global 2014). With such a dominant presences of Islamic faith in the community, day to day business is conducted heavily around their customs. In Geert Hofstede s comprehensive research into national values throughout the world we can see the many difference and similarities between different cultures all around the world. In Hofstede s findings Egypt is considered a collectivistic society. Unlike many western cultures the general population is committed to putting the needs of the community above their own. Their social rules promote selflessness and encourage working together to support others and do what s best for society ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Connotation In Richard Cory Richard Cory is a narrative pom written by Edwin Arlington Robinson. The poem was first published in 1897, as a part of The Children of the Night, having been completed in July of that year. Robinson s most popular poems, recall the economic depression of 1893. At that time, people could not afford meat and had a diet mainly of bread, often day old bread selling for less than freshly baked goods. This hard times experience made the townspeople even more aware of Richard s difference from them, so much so that they treated him as royalty. The Poem describes a person who is wealthy, well educated, mannerly, and admired by the people in his town. Robinson uses connotation extensively to place Richard Cory high on a pedestal above the townspeople. Connotation is the use of words to suggest meanings beyond the dictionary definition. To lower the townspeople, Robinson places them downtown. This suggests that Richard Cory is coming down, or lowering himself, to the level of the townspeople when he comes into town. He also places people on the pavement, which is lower than the sidewalk where Richard Cory most likely walks. Robinson positions the characters to show the differences in their financial status. He also shows that it is the townspeople, and not Cory, that seem to define these positions. Cory is perceived as distant royalty, he is perceived as a gentlemen,an aristocraft above those who worked,unable to communicate with common people. The author uses this as the suggestion that something is wrong with Richard Cory as he seems like the perfect gentlemen,but he commits suicide one one calm Night. Although it is written by an American poet and set in an American town, connotation is used to suggest a noble, royal image of Richard Cory. His name, Richard, is the name of many kings. Also, Richard contains the word rich, which suggests his wealth. There are many other royal connotations and images in this poem including: sole to crown, imperially slim, and schooled in every grace. Crown, imperially and grace all suggest royalty. Robinson uses denotation, or the use of words for the exact meaning to emphasize this image of Richard Cory being local royalty. Richard Cory was a rich, well educated man. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Examples Of Oppression In The Handmaids Tale Kelley martin Senior English Ms. Nelson 9 April 2018 Oppression in the Handmaid s Tale Many people don t realize how much control the government has in society. They create rules and laws for people in high hopes that everyone will be the same. The Government in America s society is more laid back and not as strict as in the Handmaid s Tale. Because the Government has so much power to brainwash and oppress the society to forget their past lives, the handmaids are forced to be used as a fertility label which keeps them from gaining any authentic power over how they choose to live their lives. As a handmaid, it is their duty to have sex with the commander and eventually have a baby for that family. When the baby is born, handmaids have to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These people are wrong because Handmaids are not valued as individuals but more for their ovaries. People say that the handmaids are considered sacred but only their ovaries are sacred! The handmaids are basically used for babies and not respected as people. They are only shown as a fertility label! Offred explains we are two legged wombs, that s all: sacred vessels, ambulatory chalices (Atwood 136). Not only are they used to have babies for the commander and wife, but the handmaid s start to disperse from their own bodies. They cannot love, speak, or create a life on their own without the thousands of rules created by the Government. The handmaids are no longer seen as a person but only for wombs. Offred begins to accept this part of her that is only accepted as a reproductive organ. This is beyond wrong. No one should be forced to have children for someone else. It s not even a choice to keep the child, proving there is absolutely no freedom within the handmaids. They are required to accept the life they are given despite how the past life was. Also, if handmaid s go against the law and sleep with someone else, they feel like it s their fault or they made a mistake. It should be a freedom to sleep with whoever anyone wants. Janine felt the need to blame herself for the babies death because she slept with the doctor instead of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The War Never Changes Of Bethesda s Hit Game Franchise... War. War never changes. These are the iconic opening lines of Bethesda s hit game franchise Fallout, but are they accurate? War has expanded into a new electronic frontier, where the soldiers are hackers and the targets are anything with wires. To understand this new kind of war, we must analyze what it is, who has this power, and how they can use it. Cyberwarfare has the potential to do to global politics what nuclear warfare did half a century ago. To begin with, it is essential to understand what cyberwar is. Cyber essentially refers to anything electronic or internet based. A cyber attack is when one entity hacks into the resources of another entity. This resource could be almost anything an email inbox, a bank account, a stoplight, a factory, a power grid, or even a nuclear device. Cyberwarfare is to cyber attacks as nuclear war is to nuclear missiles; an exchange between two nations in an attempt for one to damage another. Cyber attacks come in two main forms: espionage and sabotage. In an espionage operation, the objective is to gain intelligence on strategic resources. For example, imagine a country hacking into a communication network to survey enemy troop movements or electronically stealing the blueprints for a missile. The other kind, sabotage, is much more direct. In this case, the objective is to either take control over or destroy an asset. This can range from something as basic as shutting down a website to something as massive and destructive as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Bronies And The Boony Phenomenon The brony phenomenon creates a sense of conviviality for several men by opposing the stringent expectations established by our society. As the show was not intended for people in their age group, the bronies have secured an unexpected camaraderie with each other in effect from being different from what society anticipated and hence attempting to create a more permissive culture. Together these grown men, stuck in Erikson s fifth stage of development, have trouble discovering a place for themselves in our conservative society. Applied by our conventional society, austere expectations prompt Bronies to be stuck in a state of role bewilderness. Acting like adolescents, Bronies are discovering who they are, their passions, and inventing themselves ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The characters represent many things for the Bronies, such as honesty, kindness, generosity, and loyalty thus giving much comfort to these flummoxed men. Since the ponies all depict a specific character trait, the Bronies are able to picture themselves through the ponies. For typification, a young man with Aspergers named Daniel can see himself through one of the stars of the show: Twilight Sparkle. This pony is very intelligent, organized, kind, serious and anxious he saw himself in that character. He felt a connection to that specific animated character. For people who have this syndrome, it makes it much more difficult to interact in social situations, causing them to become socially awkward. Instead of helping his condition, the cartoon impedes his condition. By projecting ¨themselves on another¨, the bronies are able to adopt ¨someone else´s value system¨ and thus, are able to hide their inability to make an identity for one s self (Rochat, 729) and (Fleming, 9 11 ). There are several Bronies worldwide who are in the same position Daniel is using the mechanism of ¨foreclosure¨ to cope with their identity crisis. This method allows for people to ¨assume an identity of convenience¨ in order to ¨suppress the anxiety¨ that comes from the role confusion (Fleming, 9 11). By doing so, the Bronies can achieve a temporary identity and detain any further physiological ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Research Paper On Madame Maupassant Being a dead drop gorgeous French girl from a family of clerks with no dowry, no expectations, no means of being known, understood, loved, wedded, by any rich and distinguished man, (Maupassant, 1), Madame Loisel s life was definitely unfortunate. Madam Loisel did not own any dresses or jewelry and had to dress unadorned. For ten onerous years, she to pay off her debt for accidentally losing Mme. Forestier s necklace. Madame Loisel even let herself be married to a little clerk... (Maupassant, 1). Nonetheless, quite a few of Madame Loisel s characteristics selfishness, self absorption, and deceit are what determined her fate. Some may believe that Madame Loisel deserves sympathy, since she is already miserable enough. However, she is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though Madame Loisel married a clerk, she still had a peasant who did her humble house work (Maupassant, 1). That is one more reason that she should be appreciative she is still above a peasant and does not have to do her housework! She does not even resemble the woman of impoverished households... frowsy hair, skirts askew, and red hands... (Maupassant, 5) that she eventually ends up due to her atrocious personality and foolish choices. Additionally, on the night of the ball, she danced with intoxication, with passion, made drunk with pleasure, forgetting all... (Maupassant, page 3). It is wonderful that Madame Loisel could enjoy herself for once, but she only pays attention to the men who are smitten with her dazzling looks. The lady s poor husband slept since midnight, in a little deserted anteroom (Maupassant, 3) and they do not leave until four o clock in the morning! Married couples go to dances to spend time with each other, not to catch attention from the opposite gender. Lastly, when her husband covers her shoulders with modest wraps of common life (Maupassant, 3) she feels ashamed because other women s coats were made out of fur. Rather than being pleased that she has a loving and caring husband who does not want her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. effect of pH on amylase activity Essay Biology Lab Report Research Question: Effects of pH on amylase activity Introduction: Amylase is an enzyme that is in human s saliva as well as the pancreas. Enzymes are biological catalysts that speed up a chemical reaction. They break down complex molecules into simple ones. In this case, amylase converts starches (complex molecule) into simple sugars. That is why foods like potatoes for example, may taste sweet to us, because they contain starch. The optimum pH for pancreatic amylase is the pH of 7. In the experiment I have used buffer solutions with the pHs of 2.8, 4 and 6.5. I have also used iodine and starch. Normally, iodine is orange yellow, however when you add starch to it, the solution will turn blue black. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We have timed each of the three experiments for 5 minutes to make sure that our results are correct. Thanks to the program, we got the transmittance and the absorbance, together with the graph portraying our results. Results: pH 2.8 Time Transmittance Absorbance 0 32.0843924713 0.493706179806 3 28.0234356689 0.552478621349 6 29.255019455 0.533799608742 9 30.3841529083 0.517352867013 12 31.3585209656 0.503644429139 15 32.2282588959 0.491763156242 18 32.9214334869 0.482521262709 21 33.5339556885 0.474515213874 24 33.5383152771 0.474458757002 27 34.6303922272 0.460542589561 30 35.0728904724 0.455028441005 33 35.609119873 0.448438760361 36 35.8946729279 0.444969999603 39 36.2521591949 0.440666121547 42 36.5791283417 0.436766647709
  • 24. 45 36.9344348145 0.432568542341 48 37.2679433441 0.428664573411 51 37.4902823639 0.42608128861 54 37.7801950073 0.422735804742 57 37.9938148499 0.420287097994 60 38.1987155151 0.417951240598 63 38.3556607056 0.416170531799 66 38.5627411652 0.413832102607 69 38.7545630646 0.411677155168 72 38.9616435242 0.409362731505 75 39.1164089203 0.407641022435 78 39.2973318481 0.405636935705 81 39.4847941589 0.403570121697 84 39.6286605835 0.401990606218 87 39.8052239227 0.400059928631 90 39.9142136383 0.398872422472 93 40.0602598572 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Professional Development Plan Paper Running head: PROGRAM OF STUDY 1 Program of Study and the Professional Development Plan Geraldine McGraw Walden University NURS 6001 30 Foundations of Graduate Study January 8, 2015 PROGRAM OF STUDY 2 Program of Study and the Professional Development Plan This paper will attempt to identify my development plan starting with the beginning of my nursing career. The purpose of the paper is to determine my growth and professional goals by outlining my individual accomplishment s and career progression. Education and Professional Background My name is Geraldine McGraw, and I currently live in Lakewood, Pennsylvania. I am originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania where I graduated from West ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Earth For Everyone ! Earth for everyone ! We re both looking at the same moon, it the same world. We re connected to reality by the same line. All I have to do is quietly draw it towards me. Haruki Murakami Where we live? Why we live here? We look at the same sun, but everyone look from different outlook. It all depends where we are and how our life looks like. Are we happy? In the world we have five different continents, but what connects us is moon. Although we are alike physically and sometimes mentally, but it all depends on where we re born. If we are born in India , Saudi Arabia or Europe we all live under the same moon, but our lives are very different. India is country where being women is deadly difficult. The country that has nuclear weapon, but people die of hunger on sidewalk. Around exclusive apartments homeless cook on a real fire. People in India live on the streets, they are born, live and die on them. India is country where are arranged marriages, often parents are indebted to the rest of the their live to have only a dowry for their daughter. They arrange marriage of several year old children and even newborns ( younger girl is cheaper). Daughters threaten the survival of the family so many parents prefer in advance to get rid of them. They disappear each day in secret. In village there are different ways to kill a girl, for instance administering a poisonous edible part of oleanders, cocktail of pesticides, opium or raw rice , which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Mental Destruction of Blanche Dubois Essay Tennessee William s play A Street Car Named Desire offers a glimpse into the harsh reality faced by single southern woman in the 1940s. The 1940s was a time when females were viewed as delicate and fragile; therefore, it was understood that a male companion was a necessity to keep them safe and secure (Cook 84). The character of Blanche Dubois embodies the 1940s distressed female as she struggles with her environment. She is battling guilt, loneliness and financial insecurity when she arrives in Elysian Fields. Critics and audiences alike have mixed reactions to Blanche and her role as the tragic protagonist. In The Space of Madness and Desire Anne Fleche suggests Blanche is mad from the outset of the play. Others such as Leonard ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He suggests they could be there for one another because Blanche needs somebody too (116). To Mitch s suggestion she replies with relief, Sometimes there s God so quickly! (116). She feels as though all of her needs and wants have been answered, giving her hope for a secure future. Blanche needs Mitch as a stabilizing force in her life; if her relationship with him fails, she knows she faces a world that offers few prospects for a financially challenged, unmarried woman approaching middle age. She tacitly admits to Mitch that she needs him when she accepts his embrace, but her fears of acknowledging her past and current situation overpower her and prevent her from telling the full truth. She hides her past not only from Mitch, but also from herself because to acknowledge it is to also admit the unhealthy choices she has made. When Stanley tells Mitch about Blanche s blemished past Mitch recognizes that Blanche s deceptions have relied on a symbolic and literal darkness which obscures reality. When Mitch asks Blanche to be honest about herself she says, I don t want realism. I want Magic! I don t tell truth, I tell what ought to be the truth (145). In these lines Blanche clearly expresses her desire not to deal with reality; this inability to face her circumstances signifies that Blanche is not recovering from her mental stress, but rather descending further into it. Blanche becomes desperate and delusional and her descent into mental ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Advantages And Disadvantages Of DC-AC Transverter ABSTRACT Now a days, the switching power supply market is flourishing quickly. The trend is for DC AC converters with low cost, higher efficiency, power saving that enable maximum features. In this project, a single stage three switch buck boost inverter is designed, where stepping up, stepping down and inversion operation will takes place in single stage. This proposed inverter will overcome all the drawbacks of traditional one. Coupled inductor plays a very important role in energy transfer and eliminates the use of line frequency transformer. As the inverter having only three switches, the controlling of switches also easier than conventional one. And it has also advantages like compact design, reduced switching losses, component size, and cost. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It works on the principle of Electromagnetic induction. Whenever a supply current is passed through the primary winding of transformer, it creates the magnetic flux in the core of the transformer and also magnetic field is created in core. This magneto motive force induces in secondary as per faraday s laws of electromagnetic induction. The transformation ratio of the transformer is given by. K=Ns/Np=Vs/Vp=Is/Ip..................6.16 The basic circuit symbol of transformer is shown in figure 6.5. Figure 6.5 circuit symbol of transformer Usually transformers are divided into different types i) Based on type of construction a) Core type b) Shell type ii) Based on phases used a) Single Phase transformer b) Three phase ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Role Of Birthright Citizenship In The United States 5.1 million of the 73.1 million minors living the United States currently live with their illegal immigrant parents. The minors are legal American citizens as the 14th Amendment of the Constitution grants citizenship to children born in America, regardless if their parents illegally immigrated to the U.S. or not.. Donald Trump, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate, has proposed taking away birthright citizenship from illegal immigrants children. By doing this it could reduce the amount of immigrants coming to our country and reduce some government debt. In addition, birthright citizenship is not a natural law. We the people voted on putting the 14th amendment into place, which in turn gives not only us, but illegal immigrants children citizenship, just for being born in America. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Copyright Law And Plagiarism Most people have heard about Copyright laws and plagiarism, but not everyone knows the full extent of the protection Copyright laws provide, or the penalties of plagiarizing. First I will go over Copyright law, what can be Copyrighted, what having a Copyright lets you do, the penalties of Copyright infringement, and fair use. Next I will go over plagiarism, what can be plagiarized, the punishments of plagiarism, and the techniques that can be used to avoid plagiarism. And finally I will go into how Copyright law and plagiarism relate to each other, as well as talking about the public domain. First let s look at what Copyright laws protect and the penalties of infringing upon Copyrighted work. Copyright is a form of protection granted by the government which protects original works of authorship, such as books, song, movies, computer software, and more, from being stolen. However facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation, cannot be Copyrighted. Having a Copyright lets you reproduce your work, make related works, make copies, and perform or display the work publicly. The penalties of infringing upon a Copyrighted work are, the infringer may be taken to court, be forced to pay the damages or lost profits the copyright infringing work cost the creator or the profits the infringer made off of the stolen work. They could also be forced to pay all attorney fees and court costs, have the illegal work impounded, and may be jailed. However, most of the time the Copyright ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Great Leap Forward Summary 10. Diamond characterizes the Great Leap Forward as the stage in human development when humans became seemingly more modern and more similar, biologically and behaviorally, to the human today. This leap occurred around 50,000 years ago, the signs being standardized tools, preserved jewelry, and the completely modern skeletons of the Cro Magnon. 11. The major human achievements that characterize the Great Leap Forward can be defined by the first ever preserved jewelry and methodized tools made out of stone. Other major human achievements at this time included complex weaponry that could kill from a secure distance, much like the mechanics of the weaponry we have and still use in battle today. The most marvelous as well as most known achievement of the Cro Magnons would have to be their artwork though, due to its wondrous beauty in the eyes of many. 12. The technological advancement of watercraft was necessary for the colonization of New Guinea and Australia approximately 30,000 to 40,000 years ago. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Diamond proposes the theory that the disappearance of mega fauna in Australia/New Guinea was due to human interaction. The animals of Australia and New Guinea had not yet been introduced to humans, eliminating the chance of coevolution. They became extinct in every habitat without exception...the giants were indeed exterminated by humans, both directly (by being killed for food) and indirectly (as a result of fires and habitat modification caused by humans). It seems that Diamond primarily believed that the extinction of the many mega fauna was entirely the fault of the humans and not at all because of the animals changing habitat. Due to the fact that the mega fauna of Australia and New Guinea were not prepared for the arrival of humans, they were successfully hunted to the ultimate death: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Analysis Of Sanford Meisner On Acting In his book Sanford Meisner On Acting, Meisner teaches students in his class the techniques needed in acting. The book is written in a way that is enjoyable to the reader because it is written in third person, where an observer writes about what occurred in the class among Meisner and his students. In the book, Meisner teaches the students about the importance of being genuine; they should stop pretending and they should stop being polite. They should rather just do what feels genuine to them. I liked that the book was written based on observed experiences and not just laying down the acting techniques for readers to follow. By reading about the experiences, I felt as though I was in the class with Meisner and this enabled me to understand the techniques better. The first things that caught my eye from the book are the principles Meisner gives his students. On the topic The Pinch and The Touch , he says, Don t do anything unless something makes you do it...what you do doesn t depend on you: it depends on the other fellow (Meisner 34). He goes further to illustrate the two principles by pinching John, one of his students, who reacts by shouting Mr. Meisner! The principles caught my eye because I have heard my acting professor constantly tell us the same thing. He always says that we should have an objective of why we are choosing to do a certain action and our actions should be driven by what our partner does or says. I liked his way of illustrating the principles ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Essay on Missed Appointment ART 86 Article 92 is perhaps the most important article in the entire Uniform Code of Military Justice. It lays down the ground law, which is the absolute line that may not be crossed. Everything else in the UCMJ is an explanation of the various forms that disobeying an order can take. Without the support given by Article 92, service members would be free to do whatever they want, whenever they want, and wouldn t be any more accountable than a civilian could in a civilian job. However, service members are held to a higher standard. We are the line that protects this country and we are the defense against the storm. Without us, this country would not exist and could not exist. And for that, I have to follow the orders and instructions given by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is a soldier s personal responsibility to keep all his or her items accountable at all times. This ensures that the Army mission will be completed and that the soldier will remain prepared at all times. On a daily basis, thousands of Soldiers are seen at appointments varying anywhere from surgery on better eye sight to putting a broken foot into a cast for 6 weeks to heal. Appointments can be located anywhere on or off post depending on the type of appointment or preference of the Soldier. It is every Soldier s right to choose where they would like to receive health care services. The Army spends Billions of dollars on medical supplies, medications, the latest and newest high tech equipment, and the healthcare facilities and the healthcare providers. When a Soldier misses an appointment, the Army s money is then wasted. Money that could have been used on something such as new trucks, weapons and equipment. With budget cuts on funds within the ranks, missing an appointment is money the Army could use elsewhere. Of all the complications for military funding due to budget cuts, missing an appointment should not factor into it at all. Budget cuts have influenced the Chain of Command and their decisions on requiring Soldiers to pay out of pocket for their missed appointment. The government was starting to discuss having Soldiers pay out of pocket for their missed appointments. Have the Soldier pay out of pocket for the injuries received in an accident because ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Impact Of Financial Flexibility On A Not For Profit In 2015, Krishnamurthy Surysekar, Elizabeth Turner, and Clark Wheatley published On the Association between Donor Imposed Financial Inflexibility and Future Donations to Charitable Organizations in the Journal of Management Accounting Research. Surysekar, et. al conducted research to answer the following research question: what is the impact of financial flexibility on a not for profit (NTP) organization? Surysekar, et. al found that donations and donor imposed restrictions have a positive association until the donations reach a particular threshold. When the donations reach the threshold, they decline and diminish. Surysekar, et. al began by gathering information regarding restricted donations. Often, NFP s expand their activities beyond the organization s mission and skill set. This can lead to the misuse of funds as well as fraud. Donors impose restrictions to ensure that the money is used for activities that they value while simultaneously meeting the goals of the organization (64). Donors can impose restrictions such as the following: 1) the organization may only use the interest from the donation to meet the goals of the NFP or 2) the donation may only be used for a particular purpose or program. However, restricted donations may inhibit a NFP s ability to grow (65). Several studies in the NFP and for profit sector were used to form Surysekar, et. al s hypothesis. The previous studies found the following: 1) the link between NFP performance and financial ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Essay Rhetorical Analysis Bittman The Rhetorical Analysis of the Seriousness of Food Thinking about the importance and significance of food respective to our health, ethnic culture and society can cause cavernous, profound, and even questionable thoughts such as: Is food taken for granted? , Is specialty foods just a fad or a change in lifestyle? , and even Is food becoming the enemy. Mark Bittman, an established food journalist, wrote an article called Why take food seriously? In this article, Bittman enlightens the reader with a brief history lesson of America s appreciation of food over the past decades. This history lesson leads to where the social standing of food is today and how it is affecting not only the people of America, but also the rest of the world. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is about Earth no longer providing living conditions for life. This causes humans to live in a space craft where robots did essentially everything for them; the result, shake sucking fatties. Bittman s use of sarcasm throughout the entire article adds a comic relief giving the reader a sense that Bittman is just a normal funny guy. Along with using his humor, Bittman makes references to well known figures in today s society, like Wall E. By doing this, Bittman shows that he is current and up to date with media and society. He references, We were ripe for the Food Network s Emeril, Rachael, Mario and Bobby, who created a buzz based on celebrity that grabbed not only the middle aged and the young but also the very young. Food network is incredibly popular along with the network s stars that Bittman referenced. Bittman displays that he is well knowledgeable of who is who and what is what in today s society. Bittman s ethos is exemplified through his professional and personal experiences, along with his humor and up to date knowledge of media. Bittman goes on to establish logos through structure. He begins with a quick introduction of who he is and discloses the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. First Epistle To The Corinthians Mother Teresa once said, If we want a love message to be heard, it has got to be sent out. To keep a lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it. The Church in Corinth was righteous and pure once it started following God again. Unfortunately, they continued their sinful ways soon after. The First Epistle to the Corinthians, by Clement of Rome, accurately displays how to regain and maintain a faithful walk with God. Like the church in Corinth, all churches need to learn this message. Clement preaches to turn from envy, remain humble at all times, and above all, love. His writings continue to live on today, as they clearly should . Cain killed Abel, Jacob ran from Esau, and Joseph s brothers sold him. All of these conflict occurred ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Love covers a multitude of sins. Love beareth all things, is long suffering in all things. There is nothing base, nothing arrogant in love. Love admits of no schisms: love gives rise to no seditions: love does all things in harmony. By love have all the elect of God been made perfect; without love nothing is well pleasing to God. In love has the Lord taken us to Himself (Clement, The First Epistle to the Corinthians). Clement of Rome clearly held love on a high pedestal. All Christians should respect and appreciate God s love, because it made us perfect. ... those who, through the grace of God, have been made perfect in love, now possess a place among the godly, and shall be made manifest at the revelation of the kingdom of Christ (Clement, The First Epistle to the Corinthians). Without love we can neither be with God, nor can we please ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Organizational Culture Change The Organization Culture Essay It is not uncommon in today s business world to hear a new CEO, an organizational consultant, a leadership expert talk about the urgent need to change the organization culture. Often organizations set high aspirations to change the culture but fall short of modifying the way that people feel, behave and get work done. Culture changes rarely manifest into noticeable long term improvements. It is important to note that corporate cultures are slow to evolve and difficult to change, that is not to say that culture cannot be changed. For starters, organizational culture can be complex to even define and differ in definition depending on the organization. As organizations move forward with their culture change programs, it is crucial that they have a vast understanding of what culture is and how it is formed. In the present paper, the foundation of organizational culture is studied from a couple of different aspects: how culture evolves, how culture can be changed, and what is a leader s role in culture change? When positive culture forces and strategic priorities are in sync, companies can begin to gain competitive advantage or regain advantages that may have been lost. Organizations should no longer ignore cultural forces within the workplace when looking to implement change of any kind. Organizational culture as a concept has recently came to the forefront, although, many concepts have touched on aspects of culture. In earlier research, characteristics of culture were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Theories Of Development And Development Influence Human... As our society continues to expand and develop, it is often wondered who exactly figured out how people develop and learn. Dating back to the 1800s, numerous different theorists have researched and experimented to interpret learning and development. Some major theorists that are incorporated with theories of development include Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, and Erik Erikson. Along with the theories of development, there are theories of learning. The four main theories include cognitive, constructivism, social cognitive, and situative. First and foremost, Jean Piaget can be considered a pioneer in psychology. His theory is considered one of the most influential and comprehensive theories of cognitive development. This theory focuses on how nature and development influence human intelligence. Piaget also describes how crucial a child s environment is when the child is maturing and interacting with changes throughout their life. Different life changes can teach a child right or wrong, cause and effect, and a comprehensive learning about how time and space work. In Piaget s theory, he discusses the four stages to cognitive development: sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational. The sensorimotor stage is how a child orients himself with the constant physical movements and actions along with a corresponding stimulus representing the same thing. Therefore, a child is only aware of something that is right in front of them. For example, the constant ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. What Is The Development Of Vibration-Based Damage... A damaged structure can potentially threaten the safety and economical use of the system, and even if it is not detected in the early stage, it may bring about structural failure over the time. Therefore, devising effective non destructive damage detection methods has been the center of atten tion in civil engineering studies during the last decades [1]. These methods can be classified as local and global techniques. Since local methods, such as the X ray, magnetic particle, ultrasound etc., are limited to detecting damage on or near the surface of structures, the need for global damage detection techniques, which can be used for complex structures, has resulted in development of vibration based damage detec tion methods (VBDD). The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In model based methods, generally, there are two models. A refer ence model, which is a well correlated model of the undamaged struc ture. An updated model that reproduces the measured responses under the damage states by modifying the structural properties like mass, stiffness, damping, etc. Making comparison between these two models provide damage location and severity. Apart from this fact that structural mod els in these methods are Structural Matrix, Finite Element (FE), Mapping or Meta Models, updated models can be modified in a direct way or in an iterative one. Although, model based methods have physical mean ings and are easier to be interpreted compared with abstract mathemati cal features, they are unfortunately computationally intensive and time consuming. Thus, they are not usually practical for online damage detec tion and structural health monitoring (SHM), particularly where structures are large and complex and there are a lot of simplification and uncertain ties in simulation of structure and circumstances [1]. School of Civil Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology. To address this issue, a novel direct model based damage detection method is proposed. The main part of this method is Simple Adaptive Control (SAC) algorithm, so it is called briefly SAC/DD method. The SAC algorithm is introduced by Sobel et al. [2], then it is developed by Barkana and Kaufman [3] and Wen and Balas [4]. Furthermore, Barkana and Guenz [5] expanded ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Culture Of The Philippines The Culture of the Philippines The Republic of the Philippines was named to honor King Philip the second of Spain in 1543. The purpose of this paper is to have a complete understanding of the different type culture from every country which is beneficial in knowing how much we all share or have in common as far as race, national origin, gender, class, or religion. (Axner) When military leaders examine the culture of the country they are in, there are six major characteristics that they must take into consideration: 1) one must comprehend the meaning of culture; 2) identify what the five characteristics are that define a culture; 3) describing the common culture characteristic of a region of the world; 4) the country s physical geography; 5) any previous involvements in military conflicts; and 6). All six of these characteristics play an important role in determining what the norms are and why the people in that specific region are the way they are. The focus of this paper will center on the cultural understanding and awareness of the country known as the Philippines. When looking for a definite answer as to the meaning of culture, there are a large number of definitions that follow it. Culture is defined as a way of life of a group of people; the beliefs behaviors, values, and symbols that they accept, generally without thinking about them, and that are passed along by communication and imitation from one generation to the next. (University) These factors ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Behavior Modification Essay example Behavior Modification Behavior Modification, a psychological theory of human behavior. It evolved from the application of experimentally derived principles of learning to the modification of problem behaviors. The theory is based on a psychological model of human behavior that rejects the psychoanalytic or quasi disease model of mental illness. Approaches to behavior modification assume that abnormal behavior is acquired and maintained in the same manner as normal behavior and can be changed directly through the application of social learning principles. Assessment procedures focus on describing how an individual behaves, thinks, and feels in specific situations. Treatment methods are derived from the theories and findings of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This procedure, used to alleviate anxiety in adult patients, became one of the best known and most widely used behavior modification techniques. Another key development in the evolution of behavior modification was the work of Hans Eysenck and his colleagues in England in the 1950s. Eysenck defined behavior modification as the application of modern learning theory to the treatment of behavioral and emotional problems. He held that, in contrast to traditional psychoanalytic procedures, the efficacy of behavior modification procedures could be verified through experiments. The third major development in the evolution of behavior modification was the publication in 1953 of B. F. Skinner s Science and Human Behavior. This work heralded a philosophical shift from the search for inner causes of behavior to an emphasis on the measurement and modification of observable behavior. A fundamental tenet of Skinner s radical behaviorism is that the probability of a behavior is related directly to the nature of the environmental consequences that follow performance of that behavior. From this basic tenet he derived a set of procedures for modifying behavior by a method called operant conditioning. Specifically, behavior is strengthened, or increased in frequency, when followed by either a positive consequence (positive reinforcement) or removal of a negative consequence (negative reinforcement). Behavior is weakened, or decreased ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Similarities Between Rome And Carthaginia Rome Carthage were empires separated mainly by the mediterranean. Rome controlling the Italian Peninsula while Carthage controlling the west of the Mediterranean. (Morey, 1901). Depending on different periods; the two empires were similar or different in different ways. At the turn of the 3rd century BCE, Carthage had a huge trading network compared to Rome, and it had colonies in Africa, Sicily, etc, while Rome just controlled the Italian peninsula. During this period, the Romans had ripped off the model for naval ships from the Carthaginians, so the Roman navy was just a joke to none, while the Carthaginians had a huge navy. (Morey, 1901). However, while the Carthaginians depended mostly on brilliant leaders, the Romans had a rather ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Domestication In The Americas Essay Moving away from Eastern Asia, it is now time to focus on the development of agriculture of the Americas. In a similar way as to what happen in China, agriculture originated independently in three different areas: Mesoamerica, the Andean region in South America and eastern, mid continental North America. The earliest evidence for domesticates so far comes from archaeobotanical remains found in caves, in all three origin centres. These remains are usually recovered in a state of remarkably good preservation, as a result of the dry climate that prevents the decay of organic materials. The caves in which these remains are discovered, usually also display evidence for the presence of small groups of hunter gatherers. These particular aspects led researchers to suggest that the domestication process in the Americas was initiated by nomadic or seminomadic groups of people, possibly in a higher setting, although this theory is now being questioned by new lines of evidence (Smith, 1994: 174). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... mays). This is believed to have originated in southwest Mexico, from where it subsequently spread to the areas of mid continental North America and the Andes. However, maize was not the first plant to undergo the process in domestication in the Americas, and, even after having spread out throughout the continent, people still consumed a variety of other plant species, with a few differences depending on the specific region. For example, people in southwestern United Stated maintained species such as beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), squash (Cucurbita pepo ssp. pepo), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus var. macrocarpus) as important components of their diets, even after the establishment of maize as a staple ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Jesus Seminar Thesis Jesus is most definitely a symbol of hope, however, we need a foundation for our faith. Having evidence about Jesus life, teaching, and resurrection provides a firm foundation for our faith. The Jesus Seminar states that the Jesus of faith is merely just a symbol of hope that provides people with a good feeling and a sense of security, but it s not the real Jesus of history. Contrary to this statement, the Jesus of faith is the opposite and much more than the views of those from the Jesus Seminar. Much of the historical evidence points to a historical Jesus who did many supernatural acts throughout his lifetime. As Boyd says, Jesus is not a symbol of anything unless he s root in history. Those who state that the Jesus of faith was merely ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...