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The Postman Always Rings Twice By Dashiell Hammett And The...
Major Works The following list is a great start for those who want to read the classic hard boiled
stories that have defined what is meant by a hard boiled fiction. The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell
Hammett. The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M Cain. It caused a scandal with its explosive
mix of violence and sex. The torrid story of Frank Chambers, the amoral drifter, Cora, the sullen and
brooding wife, and Nick Papadakis, the amiable but inconvenient husband, has become a classic of its
kind, and established Cain as a major novelist with a spare and vital prose style and a bleak vision of
America. Cain s another work Double Identity. Here, Walter Huff is an insurance investigator like any
other until the day he meets the beautiful ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Thus became very human need of entertainment. Most of the hard boiled crime fiction stories involve
private investigators as the hero, though Sherlock Holmes was a private eye and the stories aren t hard
boiled, and Cain never wrote a detective novel. They are realistic, in the sense that people who go out
and get a private investigator license are hired to solve crimes, which is more than the village vicar or
the head of the gardening club can say. These situations will definitely make a curiosity in eyes of the
reader than the normal occasions.
The Setting As we discussed earlier the setting for hardboiled detective fiction is usually a large city,
an urban area, or an industrial area. The cities tend to be dark, dangerous places run by corrupt
politicians, gangster syndicates, and an occasional corrupt police officer. Often the stories themselves
have more night scenes than daylight scenes, which contribute to the overall dark atmosphere of the
stories thus, can create more mind blowing occasions. Hard boiled fiction covers a broad range of
writing about crime and the people involved in criminal activity or violence, the police, private
detectives, criminals, lawyers, and so on. The plots range from the solving of the mystery of who
committed the crime to following the
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Institutionalized Dress Codes
The proposed topic of research asks the question, what types of behaviors and attitudes are related to
the dress codes implemented in institutionalized settings? Dress codes and uniform policies have
always been written with specific emphasis on what would be considered appropriate attire for female
subjects, which have often been opposed on the basis of gender inequality proposing women are more
policed than their counterparts. The general objective of these policies, either stated or implied, is to
maintain an environment free of distractions including but not limited to political debate, cult activity,
and sexual tension. In lieu of the mentioned precautionary measures, there are still many incidences of
sexual misconduct in these
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Occurrence At Owl-Creek Bridge Exposition
Most stories have a simple plot development and setting. They follow the development of exposition,
rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution (also known as Freytag s pyramid). They also stick
to one setting. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge has a different plot development and setting
changes than most stories because it has two expositions and rising actions, no falling action, and
jumps from setting to setting.
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge has a different plot development than most stories because it has
two expositions and rising actions. The story starts with a man on a bridge waiting to hang. A man
stood upon a railroad bridge in northern Alabama, looking down into the swift water twenty feet
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The story goes to the climax when the man reaches his wife. As he pushes open the gate and passes up
the wide white walk, he sees a flutter of female garments; his wife... The story then jumps from the
climax to the resolution when he sees the light and dies. As he is about to clasp her he feels a stunning
blow upon the back of the neck; a blinding white light blazes all about him...then all is darkness and
silence! Peyton Farquhar was dead; his body, with a broken neck, swung gently from side to side
beneath the timbers of the Owl Creek bridge. There is no falling action because it jumps straight to the
resolution. The reader has no time to process or recover from the
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Family And Authority In Antigone
Antigone Essay Family and authority are common themes and misconceptions in the play Antigone.
When comparing the essential themes of family and authority, Creon and Ismene characterize the
theme of authority, while Antigone and Haemon value family.In the play Antigone, The protagonist
Antigone defends her rights to have a proper burial ceremony for her brother Polyneices who was
killed in war. Creon uses his authoritative power and puts a curse on whoever buries Polyneices, will
perish. Antigone proves that authority from Creon cannot stop the reckless love and concern for her
family. Creon and Ismene encounter many instances of authority,and obeying the laws in order to
please the Gods. Throughout the play, Creon and Ismene portray
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The Condom Distribution Debate Essay
The Condom Distribution Debate
The topic of condom distribution in public schools has caused many heated debates throughout our
country in the last decade. Proponents of distribution state that free condom distribution will ensure
that teenagers will practice safe sex and that the rate of sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy
will decline. Opponents of distribution state that free condom distribution will encourage sexual
activity and foster the idea that premarital sex is acceptable. Judges in federal court have even
considered whether or not condom distribution and sex education without prior parental notification
violates parents First and Fourteenth Amendment rights. The only viewpoint absent in a discussion of
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No doubt a large majority of American teenagers are sexually active, but I believe the assumption that
all teenagers are, or desire to be, sexually active is fallacious. I think that in making this assumption,
we have oversimplified the solution to the problem. I am confident that if we took the time to ask why
so many teenagers are sexually active today, we would discover the solution is not a simple one.
Maybe we have not asked in fear of discovering that a satisfactory solution requires more thought and
energy than deciding whether or not to keep a basket of condoms in the nurse s room.
John Leo, a columnist for U.S. News and World Report, reveals hidden solutions to preventing the
problems caused by teenage sex. These solutions have remained hidden because they involve directly
communicating with American teenagers. Leo s article specifically discusses the opinions of young
women about sexual intercourse, motherhood, and self esteem issues. The title of Leo s article,
Learning to Say No, immediately informs the reader that contrary to most of society s beliefs,
teenagers often struggle with their decision to have sexual intercourse. The title implies that saying no
to sexual intercourse is not as simple as some depict it to be; rather, the ability to refuse needs to be
taught as an important component of any sexual education program.
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Broken Window Theory Research Paper
Broken Windows policing refers to a form of policing that is based upon the broken windows theory,
which serves as a metaphor for disorder within neighborhoods. According to this theory, a direct
relationship exists between levels of disorder/incivility within a community and subsequent
occurences of serious crime; therefore, the greater the disorder, the greater chance of serious crime
offenses occuring, and vice versa. Broken windows policing works in cohesion with this theory to
combat disorder within a neighborhood/community before it manifests into serious crime (ie: fix the
broken window before the entire house becomes neglected or ruined). To do this, foot patrol was
enforced, which, in additon to battling disorder, attempted to improve community engagement,
partnership, and trust.
Broken windows (ie: foot patrol) policing is different from traditional policing in several ways, the
biggest of which is the way that police integrates/communicates with the public. This style of policing
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Five years after the program implementing this style of policing was enforced, the Police Foundation
in Washington, D.C., published an evaluation of the foot patrol project, showing that foot patrol had
not reduced crime rates. Additionally, the article How A Theory Of Crime And Policing Was Born,
And Went Terribly Wrong, cited that crime rates in New York (where the broken windows approach
had appeared to have been wildly successful) had already been dropping prior to the implementation
of this approach/the election of Guiliani who was in support of this style of policing. Not only this, but
crime dropped not just in New York, but in many other cities where nothing like broken windows
policing was in place, leading me to conclude that the drop in crime existed separately from the
practice of broken windows
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The Irreverence Of Impressionism In Modern Art
Impressionism was considered irreverent and ghastly for its incomplete appearance, lack of
refinement, and academic disregard toward an established art community during the late 1800s.
Although an outpouring of attention was given to dissidents from traditional styles, artists such Edgar
Degas, Claude Monet, and eventually Mary Cassatt pressed forward to showcasing Impressionism as
it became widely accepted across Europe and in America (About.com, 2014). The purposeful absence
of clarity instilled by Impressionism provides an onlooker with a lasting sense for contemporary life,
subtle landscapes, and an opportunity to embrace a new revolution. Impressionism challenged
enthusiasts surrounding Classical through Romantic period works with a sense of bewilderment when
contrasting these timeless works to the first, true, and a modern art style that diverges from the norm.
Impressionism is no longer considered irreverent or ghastly among academics or enthusiasts although
a contrast is required among modern admirers of the Romantic period and Impressionist works. ...
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Achieving the surreal effect composed from Impressionism is accomplished by a technique some
onlookers describe as licking the canvas (About.com, 2014). The broad strokes, light colors, single
lighting creates a less refined work that less refined or almost dream like appeal. In all, Impressionism
captures the essence of every day life or a landscape for the viewer to retain longer due to its
insufficient clarity. Le Figaro by Mary Cassatt is fine example of the surreal effect presented by
impressionist
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Everlost Character Analysis
In the novel Everlost, Allie is the main protagonist. She is a strong willed, goal oriented girl who takes
risks living her afterlife in Everlost which shows that any problems she encounters will not stop her
from doing what she needs to do. Allie is a bit strong headed but also very independent although, her
choices may never be the best. Her main goal is to find a way out of the limbo world between life and
death known as Everlost to get where you re meant to go . Mary Hightower is a self proclaimed expert
that has given herself the status as being the mother of the many children stuck in the afterlife
welcoming them with open hands. At the beginning, she seems to be a good character as the story
proceeds, she s shown to be neutral and towards the end she becomes the antagonist. When Nick,
Allie, and Lief first encounter Mary she appears to be just a leader to the Afterlights retaining them
from harm and making sure their delighted. Allie later notices that Mary is selfish keeping the children
in an endless loop and would sacrifice anything to keep them from going in peace and is constantly
competing with Nick. Nick aka the Chocolate Ogre referred by Mary due to the chocolate on his face
that will last for eternity is the second most important character. He is somewhat self absorbed and
emotionless and more of a follower than Allie but is committed to stand up for the people he cares
about even if it means going against his rather obvious crush on Mary. He later discovers that Everlost
isn t meant to be lived in for an unending time and makes it his responsibility to free all the children
that are no longer needed to be in the limbo. He goes in battle against Mary who she tries to keep all
Afterlights to live with her in Everlost and in an endless cycle but his plan is to send all children s
spirts to be at peace and away to where they need to go. Lief is a good hearted, quirky 11 year old boy
who has been living in a burned down forest in Everlost for quite some time and is the first person
Nick and Allie meet when they wake up. In an instant Allie decides to call him Lief since he couldn t
remember his own name and was surrounded by the woodland. He follows them throughout the novel
and manages to
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Reintroduction Of Wolves In Yellowstone National Park
How has the reintroduction of wolves affected Yellowstone National Park? It is commonly
acknowledged that, in a biological ecosystem all species are closely affected each other through a food
chain. However, what people don t really recognize is how hugely one species can affect the entire
ecosystem. The reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone National Park depicts a vivid example how
one predator can contribute to the recovery of biodiversity and its astonishing impact on physical
geography. Reintroduction of wolves brought about recovery of plants and animals in Yellowstone
National Park. In 1990s, deer were overpopulated due to absence of its predator, wolves. Regardless
of people s efforts, the number of deer kept increasing. As a result,
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The Behavior Of Organisms, An Experimental Analysis Essay
In 1938, B.F. Skinner published The Behaviour of Organisms, An experimental analysis. The
publication documented Skinner s findings in several experiments he conducted with the aim of
explaining how organisms learn behaviours and how this knowledge could be used to teach them new
ones. Skinner was a behaviourist and was therefore interested in overt behaviours that could be
observed and recorded. In his publication, he defines behaviour as follows, Behaviour is what an
organism is doing or more accurately what it is observed by another organism to be doing. (Skinner,
1938). While classical conditioning is passive, operant conditioning requires the learner to actively
operate on their environment. Therefore, operant conditioning mainly relies on the learner making
voluntary responses, for example, pushing the buttons on a TV remote to select a desired channel. In
Skinner s experiment, the learner was a white rat who was placed in a small chamber where there is
only a lever and tray upon which food pellets were dispensed. The experiment required the rat to stand
on its hind legs and press down on the lever with a force of at least 10g in order for a food pellet to be
dispensed. Of course, the rat s first few presses of the lever would be purely accidental, but gradually
the rat learned that if he wanted a pellet, pressing down on the lever would cause one to fall into the
feeding tray. Skinner experimented further, adjusting the lever so that the rat would have to apply
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of DEA
Operating Expenses
It is also called establishment cost. It is incurred for maintaining the staff, premises etc. and for
carrying day to day operations. Major types of operating expenditure are:
Payment to and provisions for employees which includes staff salaries, allowances, bonus etc.
Rent, taxes and lighting
Printing, stationary, advertisement and publicity
Depreciation, Director‟s fees, Auditor‟s fees etc.
Payment to employees is the major element in operating cost. Because of industry wide wage
agreements banks in India have very little flexibility in rationing the same.
The output variables are:
1. Interest Income
Interest income of banks depends upon the size of assets portfolio, the rate of interest and the
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An analyst should keep these limitations in mind when choosing whether or not to use DEA. (P.
Kumar, 2006)
Since DEA is an extreme point technique, noise (even symmetrical noise with zero mean) such as
measurement error can cause significant problems.
DEA is good at estimating relative efficiency of a DMU but it coverage‟s very slowly to absolute
efficiency. In other words, it can tell you that you are doing compared to your peers but not compared
to a theoretical maximum.
Since DEA is a non parametric technique, statistical hypothesis tests are difficult and are the focus
of ongoing research.
Since a standard formulation of DEA creates a separate linear program for each DMU, large
problems can be computationally intensive.
DEA does not provide rank to 100% efficient units. It is difficult to tell which bank is more
efficient among 100% efficient bank.
In spite of above these limitations, DEA is powerful tool for service industry specially in banking
sector. According to Tapiawala (2010) DEA has been found to be suitable in solving the following
three basic performance questions that any bank is faced
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Broadcasting And Sound Engineering Technicians
For people who like to work with computers and be on TV, broadcasting is the job for them.
Broadcasters need a certain education and training; they also need have definite responsibilities and
special skills. Finally, the potential advancements as well as the demand and outlook for broadcasters
to come in positive. Research states that some careers in broadcasting are senior broadcast radio
engineers (Senior Broadcast Radio Engineer), senior broadcast television engineers (Senior Broadcast
Television Engineer), AM directional specialist (AM Directional Specialist), broadcast television
engineers (Broadcast Television Engineer), and digital radio broadcast specialist (Digital Radio
Broadcast Specialist) The required courses are also important to consider. One source states that
broadcasting and sound engineering technicians need a postsecondary nondegree and an additional
certificate if required. Broadcast engineers will need an associate s degree. Sometimes with high
school diplomas broadcasters could get a beginner s position (Broadcast and Sound Engineering
Technicians). Further research reports that film and video editors and camera operators need a
bachelor s degree. This degree must have something to do with broadcasting (Film and Video Editors
and Camera Operators). Finally comes the producers and directors. Research states that it s a good
idea for them to have a bachelor s degree. Also it s not a bad idea to major, or get a degree in
something related to
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The Veldt Ray Bradbury Analysis
Kavya Paladugu
Ratliff
English 2HP B
March 30, 2015
HP:______________
Ray Bradbury: His View on Technology
Ray Bradbury as a person has no particular fondness or aversion to technology, yet as a writer he is
disapproves of the way society has become so lazy and dependent on machinery. Bradbury warns his
readers of the consequences of technology. Technology is a wondrous invention that sparks creativity
in others, yet it has as much negative potential as it has positive potential. the same technology that is
used to make life simpler can cause nuclear destruction. Bradbury himself has no particular fondness
or aversion to technology, but his writing always warns of the consequences of being too dependent on
technology. Usually his stories revolve around modern problems, which have evolved out of ... Show
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Bradbury predicts what technology could do to society through the morals of The Veldt, The
Pedestrian, and There Will Come Soft Rains.
In his story, The Veldt , Bradbury displays the terrors of America s devotion to material goods and
how it affects society s technology usage. The story is centered on an average American family of four
living in a futuristic smart house. The house has a device called the nursery, which is a sort of
metaphor for the television. The nursery is triggered my images in the mind of the controller and
produces holographic images onto the walls of the room. After the pampered Peter and Wendy Hadley
are denied a trip on a helicopter, they begin to envision a sweltering, African veldt. This veldt seems to
represent the psychological sate of the Hadley family. Bradbury s description of the veldt is so vivid
that it seems as if the children were actually in an African savannah and not daydreaming in the
middle of the United States. Those two children are said to have a rather high intelligence in the story,
yet they do not seem to act maturely. This fact is evident in
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Evaluating The 1996 Film Hidden In Silence
What makes something great? What makes a film superior to another? How can you truly judge a
movie? These are questions that must go through every film critic s mind. A useful technique of
evaluating a movie is to set certain criteria and see where the film ranks. When evaluating the 1996
film, Hidden in Silence , I chose five criterion that objectively and fully examined the film ( Hidden in
Silence ). Films can be judged by how realistic or unrealistic the plotline is, by how the characters
were portrayed, the making of the movie, like the filming destination, evidence, and the audience s
overall effect. Hidden in Silence is a movie based on a true account from the Holocaust. The plotline
is very important since this is an actual event
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Essay On Hip Hop
Hip hop is one that has evolved in the free improvisational culture is vibrant in the 1980s dance, a
form of music among blacks in the United States of the slums of New York in the 1970s. So hip hop is
also referred to as the expressionism of black. Hip in the hip hop (Hip) refers to a new generation who
are familiar with the slang, fashion of the times that points to the ass , total (Hop) means dance or ball
in the sense that shake. And try to synthesize these two words hip hop, dance, be in the form of music
can be seen to enjoy the black new generation to go ahead of its time. However, not only in the genre
of hip hop music, art, fashion, life style culture derived from General of black culture, such as, can
also be included way of life to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
And, of black peculiar funky rhythm is instilled in the music, led to hip hop and soul these music is
differentiated to the genre of music, to the jazz development. Hip hop, still forms a world many
viewers and deep sympathy, affect the music and culture of all of the regions. Hip hop, was through
Seoul to fix the hip hop music of the only variety in the country to Japan from China. In addition, to
develop up to African music in its own blend, it produced a sound coupled with house music back
only Africa. In this way in the context of hip hop culture, all of the people of the world was
communicated met. Superstar of today s hip hop, to form a sympathy with the people who have never
seen even once in all the continents of the world. In this way, hip hop is the music of the candor with
no decoration. In addition, while providing a political message, young people give me a stimulus that
can have a political interest. More people through the hip hop got a wish to know that you are wrong
is racism. Also Art, Fashion, was a number of fashionable birth laid to lifestyle. Hip hop, you can see
the current, mature past a difficult
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Case Study Of The Indian Coffee House, Trivandrum
Case Study of Indian Coffee House, Trivandrum
The Indian Coffee House designed by Laurie Baker is one of the prominent landmarks in the
Thampanoor area of Trivandrum, where both the railway station as well as the bus terminal are
located. This building has become one of the most recognizable structures in Trivandrum because of
its unusual design. The entire building is conceived as a continuous spiral ramp, with a central circular
service core and with dining spaces provided on the outer side. The form of the building is thus
unconventional bears Baker s trademark jaalis to let in light ventilation. The building is well
proportioned, a cylindrical brick red spiral continuing for a couple of floors and then terminating in a
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The buildings designed by early builders and constructed by the craftsmen of the time though they
often incorporated foreign styles took on local features and became a stylistic synthesis of particular
concepts of space, structure, form, and function. Vernacular building is integrated within the nature. If
we look upon the vernacular structure it leads towards sustainability and in modern decade sustainable
architecture is too much required. Vernacular architecture presents basic and simple solutions for the
sustainable issues because it has significant environmentally features that respond to sustainability
such as low energy techniques to provide for human comfort, approaches that are integral to the form,
orientation, and materials that are obtained from local resources. Thus, vernacular buildings and
correspondingly settlements can be accepted as a knowledge source for sustainable building design
ideas. Therefore, lessons learned from vernacular architecture can help in designing of
environmentally friendly built environments. Studies from vernacular architecture may give birth to
new ideas and designs for modern era which will be environmental friendly as well as economical. All
buildings must be designed with specific cultures in
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The Presidential Election Of 2016 Essay
The presidential election of 2016 shocked people across America after Donald Trump won the
election. Many people questioned how such a candidate could run for office, much less hold one of the
most powerful positions on Earth. In attempting to uncover how Trump could be victorious in an
electoral race against Hillary Clinton, this paper will analyze four key factors in a general election: the
fundamentals, campaigns, the media, and the voters. Each factor provides insight on how Trump was
able to be successful in his pursuit of the presidency, but they do not begin to tell the complete tale.
Political science research stresses the importance of the fundamentals in an election, if candidates can
successfully take advantage of them. The fundamentals refer to a group of three factors that serve as
background to the campaign and are variables that the candidate themselves cannot change. According
to Gary Jacobson and many other political scientists, the fundamentals of any campaign are the
incumbency of any candidate or party, the current state of the economy, and the popularity of the
president. The presence of an open seat during a presidential race strongly affects the election. Races
with an open presidential seat are much more competitive, as incumbent candidates possess a very
strong advantage. In the past eight elections featuring an incumbent candidate, seven have been won
by the incumbent (Campbell 2016). Further, it is even more difficult for a party to extend its
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Sonnet 13 Mood
During The Renaissance, a type of poetry came into existence, commonly known as sonnets. Poetry
during this time was very experimental in the ways of development, which brings differences and
some similarities. Specifically in Sonnet 13 and Sonnet 97 , both authored by William Shakespeare.
The tones and messages of the Sonnets are both delivered in different manners. A few of the
comparisons and contrasts of these sonnets consist of rhyme scheme, development, and ideas.
Among the comparisons are that both Sonnet 13 and Sonnet 97 have the rhyme scheme ABAB CDCD
EFEF GG with three quatrains and a single couplet, which is the structure of a Shakespearean sonnet.
However the sonnets both refer to their beloved, the way the messages were conveyed varied in their
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One of the main differences is the tone of the Sonnets. In Sonnet 13 the tone conveyed more with an
instructive and straightforward tone towards the reader or beloved. Which contrasts from the tone in
Sonnet 97 that consists of a more depressed and nostalgic tone towards their beloved. The more
obvious difference is the theme/meaning of the Sonnet in a whole. Sonnet 13 speaks of his beloved
who is changing and is no longer who she once was. She is aging and the man thinks that it would be
wise for her to have a child to carry on her extravagant beauty, Against this coming end you should
prepare,/And your sweet semblance to some other give (ii. 3 4). The man is very straightforward with
the rest of his dialogue towards the woman. The meaning of Sonnet 97 is sending the message of how
he longs for his beloved to return. Without her he experiences a time similar to winter and
hopelessness, Yet this abundant issue seemed to me / But hope of orphans, and unfathered fruit (ii. 8
9). In this quote the speaker is comparing his hope to that of an orphaned child, which is often close to
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Using Hitler As An Example Of Cultural Relativism
Cultural relativism and subjective relativism was pretty interesting to me, after reading this chapter I
sort of having a better understanding of why have arguments at times. As humans, we are stuck in our
ways and we think that our ways and actions are always right, but that is not always the case other
people might not see it the way we do. Being humans we have to understand that everyone has their
own way of learning, and reading this chapter gave me a new perspective on that. In my opinion using
Hitler as an example was not the best choice. I will never understand why people Hitler thought that
taking someone else life is the right thing to do, but who am I to disagree with their way of thinking.
Unfortunately, Hitler is not the only person
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The Cultural Structures Of The United States
Very often people live their lives without the awareness of the basic structures that they are exposed to
and adapted into. The very things that regulate our day to day lives are often overlooked or never
noticed. Johnson discovered this while vacationing in Mexico. While appreciating his time away from
home, he came to realize that he had lost his actual sense of time. This created a feeling of uneasiness
and the general feeling of being lost. Johnson wasn t lost in the sense of being in an unidentified place;
he was lost due to his withdrawal from his cultural time structure. Nature is not defined by minutes,
hours, weeks, or years. Time is a creation of people, yet in some cultures is regarded as being natural .
Because systems are integral to culture, Johnson came to realize that time organization is much more
than creating a distinction between specific moments within a given day. He realized that the concept
of time was created to allow a cultural structure to regulate itself and to organize the people within it.
It allows for efficiency and the ability of people to conduct themselves within their culture s
expectations. These cultural expectations are what shape the social structures found within a society.
The social structures are the things that design relationships between people and people, people and
systems, or systems and systems. The social structures provide a blueprint for how we are to live our
lives in relation to one another. In one sense, social
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What Was Milton Hershey s Path To Success
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a time when business people created steel, oil and
railroads, Milton S. Hershey followed a very diverse path to success. He chose the sweet path. Like
every other entrepreneur, Milton Hershey had many obstacles and many slowdowns. Early Life
Milton S. Hershey was born on September 13, 1857, in Derry Township, Pennsylvania. He was raised
on a farm right across from Derry Church. He spent his early years following his father s, Henry
Hershey s, footsteps who was a real dreamer. But his father lacked determination. At age 13, Milton
Hershey dropped out of school and symbolized an interest for candy making. Four years later,
Hershey borrowed $150 from his aunt and set up his own candy shop in the
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The Benefits Of National Parks
For over 100 years, national parks have been a large part of America s national identity. Recently,
there have been many different thoughts on the funding of these parks, including cutting budgets and
increasing prices. The changes made by our current president contradict the views of former president
Theodore Roosevelt. The difference in what they believe is important because it may cause drastic
changes in the future of our national parks. During his time as president, Roosevelt set aside more than
230 million acres of land for different uses. Among these were wildlife sanctuaries, national forests,
national monuments, and five national parks. It is clear that he cared deeply about the environment
and wildlife, which is one of the reasons why so many people believe he was a great president. Unlike
Roosevelt, Donald Trump does not appear to care as much for the environment, especially for the
national parks. The administration proposed to increase the prices of visiting these parks. Emily Atkin
writes Starting next year, it would cost cars $70 instead of $25 or $30 to enter public treasures like
Yellowstone, Yosemite, Shenandoah, and the Grand Canyon during peak season (Atkin). In her article,
she writes about the announcement of this proposal and the effects it could have on nature. Atkin
explains that the Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, not only wants to raise the price of admission,
but to lease land that is adjacent to the national parks to large oil
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Why Is Mercl Benz An Innovator
1. Attention getter: According to Forbes, Mercedes Benz is the #16 World Most Valuable Brands. The
founder of Mercedes Benz, Karl Benz, back to 130 years ago when there were only horse drawn
carriage, he pioneered and innovated the first practical automobile powered by an internal combustion
engine at Mannheim. Karl Benz is a very great mechanical engineer during the 19th century (Bellis.
M, 2014).
2. Introduction
Profile/bio data/background of the innovator
 Original name was Karl Friedrich Michael Vaillant (Geni, 2011).
 Born on November 25, 1844 in Karlsruhe, Germany (Geni, 2011).
 In remembrance of the death of his father, he changed his name to Karl Friedrich Benz (Geni,
2011).
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His persistence of spending years to develop new type of engine is my inspiration for guiding me not
to give up easily especially during hard times. Whenever he failed to build the little gas engine in the
tricycle, or whenever he was about to give up on developing the horseless carriage, his wife, Bertha is
the one who pushed him to continue (Auer, G. 2006). After he finished his first creation of combustion
internal engine which was received a patent in the year of 1879, he did not give up of his old passion
of creating a horseless carriage. In 1886, he finished and granted a patent for his creation of the
horseless carriage vehicle which he named it as Benz Patent Motorwagen. The car was first driven in
Mannheim (Carl Benz Academy, 2011). Besides that, Karl Benz s motivation of upgrading the
specification of Benz Patent Motorwagen is one of the reasons that really inspired me to learn to
improve. When Benz was testing on Motorwagen, it often attracted many onlookers who laughed
mockingly when it crashed against the wall because it was difficult to control in the beginning of time.
After he received the patent on Motorwagen, he improved and upgraded the Motorwagen to 2nd
generation which is Motor 2 and also Motor 3 (4to40 Encyclopedia,
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Electoral College Vote Vs Popular Vote
When it comes to voting for a president in an election, there are two factors that need to be
considered: the popular vote and the Electoral College. Many people believe that the Electoral College
provides absolute certainty of the outcome, but do the state electors actually provide a voice for the
people? There is no doubt the people are the ones who vote for the electors so the desired vote could
be made by them; however, the voters have no power over whom the electors decide to vote for. In
reality, the electors are the ones who choose who will be president, not the people. Therefore, there
should be a change to election by popular vote for the President of the United States so that everyone s
vote begins to count.
To begin with, manipulation could take over within the Electoral College. In Source 2, it states Back
in 1960, segregationists in the Louisiana legislature nearly succeeded in replacing the Democratic
electors with new electors who would oppose John F. Kennedy. Also ...President Nixon, who was
presiding over the Senate, validated only his opponent s electors... when Hawaii sent two slates to
Congress in 1960. Both of these situations were manipulative ... Show more content on
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In source 3, it reads, But each party selects a slate of electors trusted to vote for the party s nominee
(and that trust is rarely betrayed)... and it also says ...it is the electors who elect the president, not the
people. Based on this information, the electors are the ones who end up deciding who their vote goes
for regardless of whether the voters voted and the electors could vote for a different candidate of
another party and not be penalized. The fact that a candidate running for president could win the
popular vote of the citizens but still not be elected as president because he/she did not get enough
electoral votes is unbelievable. In the end, the voters don t get what is desired, the electors
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Saudi Arabia And The Arab Arabia
Located along the Persian Gulf and Red Sea, is a country by the name of Saudi Arabia, the Middle
East s largest country. Saudi Arabia is officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Given
the title the birthplace of Islam , makes Saudi Arabia highly respected in the Middle East and in many
other Muslim countries and communities. Composed of over twenty seven million citizens, Saudi
Arabia ranks as the 13th largest country in the world. Business in Saudi Arabia is different than
business in the United States in various aspects, which will be discussed throughout this paper.
Ethical Challenges. Saudi Arabia faces ethical challenges that tend to hinder its progression while
being a very productive country as well. In regards to corruption, Saudi Arabia is ranked in the
middle, compared to any other country in the world. According to Transparency International, Saudi
Arabia ranks 48th out of the 168 countries in reference to corruption with a score of 52%. That 52%
means that Saudi Arabia is somewhat corrupt, with 0% being highly corrupt and 100% being very
clean (Transparency Index, 2016). Saudi Arabia has been making progress towards becoming less
corrupt, given that their Corruptions Perceptions Index score has risen every year since 2008. Reasons
being for this level of corruption is due to the government. The country has corruption laws in place
but these laws are not strictly enforced and are enforced at the discretion of the government. When
enforcing
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Hip Hop Has Influenced Popular Culture
Music is and will continue to be a unifier. It brings people together in many different ways such as:
fashion, language and of course it can be the voice of political problems a community or nation may
face. There are many genres in music, Jazz, blues, pop, rock, reggae and the list continues. However,
no other music genre has evolved and caught the hearts of many like Hip Hop. In the last decade, Hip
hop has become very influential and globally known around the world. It has influenced language, and
has been used to voice political statements. Part of the reason hip hop gaining so much growth is
because of the birth of the internet. The internet enabled the culture of hip hop to be heard, exposed
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For a long time, rappers used hip hop to express their feelings towards issues they endured in their
communities. They have been vocal about inequality and the oppression of blacks in America. Rap
groups like Public Enemy, Ice Cube, Kendrick Lamar have all spoken on police brutality on Blacks in
America. They used Hip hop as a way to raise awareness and fight the American system of oppression
on Blacks. Rap has also been a form of music that makes a statement and with the uprising of police
brutality, they have continued to be very vocal about the constant killings of black men by the police.
Kendrick Lemar s song Alright n has been the staple song for the movement, Black Lives Matter, said
Stereo Williams .Many people all over the world are aware and understand the magnitude of
oppression that continues to happen to Blacks in America when they listen to
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The Day Of School
Hensley Riiiiiiiing! My alarm went off, waking me for another day of school. Rolling out of bed, i
caught one whiff of myself before jumping straight into the shower. I closed my eyes, and let the hot
streams of water roll off of my shoulders, savoring the precious time before I had to drag myself to
school. It isn t that school comes hard to me, because it doesn t. Friends roll in my wake, making me
one of the most popular girls in school, and I hate it. Everyone is so fake! Most of my so called friends
only liked me for my popularity, money, and looks. I can t go a day without hearing, I just LOVE your
hair, or even better, I wish I was you. Honestly, you don t want to be me. It s rare for me to see my
parents for more than a few minutes each day. They re so wrapped up in their work that my nanny was
the one who taught me to swim, ride a bike, and do all the other things most parents wait their whole
lives to witness. Looking in the mirror, I stare into my emerald green eyes, and gently touch my
platinum blond hair. The person I am is not the person that I want to be. Corban Some say that I ve
suffered more than a person my age should. Maybe I have, but I make it work. My father s death was
the hardest one that I had to face. Luckily, my mom is as tough as a rock, and refused to let our lives
slip. Six years, nine months, and five days later, I m still attending a prestigious private school, and
my mom is still driving her Mercedes. My method for staying sane
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Florence Welch Ideology
From the Very Beginning of Delilah there seems to be contradictions. Florence Welch, the lead singer
of Florence And The Machine, uses very light and energetic language to To express feelings of
freedom I m drifting through the halls with the sunrise the music however consisting of minimal piano
a slower healing not reflected in the lyrics then the lyrics themselves start to contradict I m gonna be
free and I m going to be fine maybe not tonight Welch singing in the foreground about freedom then
being contradicted barcode vocals in the background the mass of contradictions in the song are a core
part of the underlying theme Delilah is Welch s way of expressing how she wishes to be free from her
burdens however she is too scared because the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Showing the hidden tumultuous miss at the beginning the image while not having much to directly tie
itself into the phone complement it as it takes several glances and some thought to understand the
deeper meaning besides what is given at face value to the
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Pilot Project Rules
Advantages of the pilot project rules
The mediation rules put a strict caveat that matters must be settled within a time frame of 60 day s..
The rules ensure privacy and confidentiality since all communication during mediation are deemed to
be confidential and shall not be admissible in evidence. Mediation is also deemed to be a confidential
process as compared to litigation since parties can conduct proceedings in private. Confidentiality is
essential for mediation to be effective. In the court annexed mediation program in Kenya,
confidentiality requirements are taken into account in the Mediation (Pilot Project) Rules, 2015. It is
provided that all communication during mediation, including the mediator s notes, shall be deemed to
be confidential and shall not be deemed to be admissible in evidence in any current or subsequent
litigation or proceedings. Further, neither the mediator nor any person present or appearing at a
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There is a palpable tension between the courts desire to exert control over the parties conduct in
mediation and the need for parties to exercise the fullest level of autonomy within mediation. It has
been astutely highlighted that the higher the level of participation required, the greater the coercion by
forcing a party to present its case in a manner not of its choosing. In other words, excessive control by
the courts should be avoided, since it will compromise the parties right of self determination. While it
may be argued that lenient standards would not penalize parties who are blatantly uncooperative
during the mediation, it is equally, if not more, important, that the parties should be free to conduct
themselves as they see fit during the mediation.
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Aphra Behn s Oroonoko as the First Modern Novel Essay
During the seventeenth century, the art of writing was like uncharted waters for women, in which most
who ventured were rendered pathetically unsuccessful. No matter the quality, publications written by
women were typically ridiculed by their male contenders. However, a handful of women defied the
common standards and were prosperous; one of these was Aprha Behn. Virgina Wolf says of Behn, All
women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of Aphra Behn, for it was she who earned
them the right to speak their minds. Although she was a woman of outstanding accomplishments, one
of her publications truly glistens. Oroonoko (1688), the epic tale of a heroic black slave, has often
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His face was not that of brown, rusty black which most of that nation are, but a perfect ebony, or
polished jet. His eyes were the most awful that could be seen, and very piercing; the white of them
being like snow, as were his teeth. His nose was rising and Roman, instead of African and flat. His
mouth, the finest shape that could be seen; far from those great turned lips that were natural to most
Negroes. (Behn 80 81)
Furthermore, the female narrator present is yet another uncanny character in Oroonoko because
influencial women were not typically presented in literature in the seventeenth century. Janet Todd
describes the narrator as, a watcher and a listener, a recipient of gossip and news, commonsensical in
her comments, but not omniscient and not able to deliver poetic justice in a place of real life
happening or to provide a simple and single version of people and events (19). Likewise, great care is
taken to focus on a specific location in which the tale takes place. It is clearly stated that the novel
takes place in a colony in America, called Surinam, in the West Indies (Behn 75). The story goes on to
examine the place of the main character s birth, Coramantien. Thus, Aphra Behn demonstrates
particularity in her concise depiction of characters and their environments.
The theme is a major component of a novel. Not only does it gives the work purpose, it also produces
concert and unanimity. Paul Hunter says, The
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The Intoucables Thesis
The Intoucables is a French comedy movie filmed by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache in 2011. The
plot of this film is based on a true story in between a wealthy disabled old man, Philippe Pozzo di
Borgo, and his caretaker Abdel Sellou (In the film, Abdel s character is named as Driss). The story of
Philippe and Driss is inspiring. As a student who is learning to be a qualified volunteer, I think there
are several things that we can learn from the experience of these two men. Thus, in this paper, I am
going to explore what abilities should a good volunteer have, referring to the process of Driss taking
care of Philippe. In my opinion, I feel that Driss is an extraordinary caregiver since he usually uses
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In fact, it cannot be said that Philippe is tolerating Driss, since they associate with each other very
friendly. The reason behind their excellent relationship is Driss always showing the most sincere side
of himself to Philippe. He takes care of all the ways Philippe needed and participate in every moment
of his life after he is hired. Philippe once stated the intention of employing Driss in a conversation
with his friend Antoine. Antoine originally suggests Philippe to fire Driss because he went to jail for
robbery before. Even though Philippe notices Driss s criminal record, he does not follow his friend s
wish. He clarified that the largest difference between Driss and his former caregivers is, he will not
show any mercy to him regardless of his infirmity. For example, when someone phones Philippe,
Driss will not pass him the phone as he sometimes forgets his illness. In addition, Driss will play
tricks on Philippe (placing a hot water bottle on his legs) in order to test whether he does not have any
sense. Just like what I mentioned in the above paragraph, ordinary people probably consider Driss s
behaviors are insane, but I guess most of them just neglect the real needs and the genuine feeling of
Philippe. Moreover, I insist this is the reason why the movie is named as The Intouchables , as no one
has ever touched
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Canada Participation In The War On Iraq Essay
Canada had made the right decision not to take part in the war. The US invasion of Iraq in 2003 made
a terrible impact on both Iraq and America. Both of these countries should have solved the situation
differently. America, however had no real evidence for why they sent U.S. forces to launch an attack
on Iraq. Iraq had never tried to threaten America. On the other hand, this war caused a lot of
confusion. Canada did not think that this war was necessary to start. There were good reasons why
Canada refused to participate in the war on Iraq. It was based on lies, changed the way other countries
viewed Iraq, and it led to disasters. The invasion that took place caused a lot of chaos and problems.
First of all, Canada was right to refuse to participate in the war on Iraq for the reason that the war was
based on lies. America had been suspected that they had an involvement with the CIA. George Bush
was part of the central national security information. Michael Morell s; the director of the central
intelligence agency, had been involved in helping George Bush. Morell s helped to ... Show more
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America did lie, they accused Saddam Hussein for having weapons of destruction, America had some
form of help from the CIA, and there was fabricated links in AL Qaeda. This invasion also made a
different viewpoint on the western and Muslim world; there was levels of anti Americanism and the
war cause the existence of ISIS to occur. In addition, this invasion also caused a lot of damage and
destruction by having thousands of US deaths and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis being killed. There
was also houses and buildings that had been destroyed. From all the points, Canada ended up making
the right decision not to be part of the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. Therefore, Canada avoided the
amount of destruction that could have happened in our
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Investigating The Process Of Game Developers Use For Make...
For Research Project I have chosen to investigate the process that game developers use to make a
video game. Games have been around since 1951 when the first game Pong was invented, which took
to an international stage (Pong Story, 2013). Since then technology has evolved, which has allowed
game designers to make more sophisticated and technical games, which gives the players a more
realistic experience. What kind of software are used to make game? After designing the game s
concept, as well as the characters and environments; the next step is to make it digital , (Tim Crosby,
2008). There are many software packages available for beginners to experienced designers. Depending
on how skilled a designer is; they are able to get software packages that range from drag and drop
functions to, software that will need coding skills to make the game. Most software packages come
with tools to make two dimensional (2D) and three dimensional (3D) games. Software that you can
use to make a 2D game. Software that can be used to make a 2D, which is recommended, by both my
secondary and primary source is Game Maker. Game Maker has many of the tools that a game
designer would need, all in the one software. It allows you design many different types of games and
has in built game engine. It also supports game development for multiple platforms including
Windows, Mac, Android, IOS, Windows Phone, HTML5, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (YoYo Games,
2016) Software that you can use to make a 3D
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Let s Say You Are A Senior Decision Maker Of A Large...
1. Let s say you are a senior decision maker in a large computer design, manufacturing and sales
company. How do the three convergences affect you? (1 2 page response, single space) Besides the ten
flatteners that Friedman discusses in the book, he also talks about the convergences that create a flatter
world. The first convergence deals with engaging people from around the globe and being able to
communicate. More likely than not, my computer parts and chips would be manufactured in China,
were I can collaborate with engineers designing custom parts. When a design change is needed I could
send email and use video chat to have meetings to discuss what changes my company would need.
Being able to email and chat in real time would increase efficiency in my product design. Without this
ability to outsource and possibly hire a Chinese engineer to help translate material, my design team
may not be as robust. I could have a sales center based in India that I could direct all my sales
information and technical support where more engineers and services sector people could perform the
tasks needed therein reducing the cost of have a call center and sales locally. The second convergence
deals with new technology that Freidman describes as horizontalization, the shift from a vertical chain
of command to a horizontal chain of command for value creation (Freidman, 2007). Collaboration
among various groups or departments allows for innovation to occur freely. If the manufacturing
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Essay on PSYCH 655 Week 6 Individual
Clinical Assessment in Health Centers Heather L. Bienkowski PSCYH 655 March 23, 2015 Professor
Karen Hoeve Clinical Assessment in Health Centers Clinical assessments have their place in almost
every facet of the psychological and educational realms. I have been tracking down and examining
what the most important aspects of assessment are that come into play in regard to drug and substance
abuse, custody battles, as well as the importance the role of adhering to the ethical standards of
utilizing culturally informed assessments. Clinical assessments within mental health centers are carry
great importance in the identifying underlying behavioral problems, diagnosis, and treatment of
patients. Behind every assessment is a clinician who ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Through the interpretation of both verbal and nonverbal language, as well as the specific client
complaints, clinicians can pinpoint important markers within behavior and can generate an
understanding of their patient and determine the type of treatment that would be best for their client.
In all psychological and biological assessment, the use of culturally attuned assessments is top
priority. We may define culturally informed psychological assessment as an approach to evaluation
that is keenly perceptive of and responsive to issues of acculturation, values, identity, worldview,
language, and other culture related variables as they may impact the evaluation process or the
interpretation of resulting data (Cohen, Swerdlik, Sturman, 2013). Through this process key
individuals contribute to the understanding of the client including family, friends, and coworkers input
and information. Through the use of translators and other cultural affiliates clinicians are able to
demonstrate a clearer understanding, a culturally applicable assessment, and ensure that the client
understands the ins and outs of the assessment process. One important aspect of the implementation of
the one size fits all approach to culturally attuned treatment and care in our mental health facilities
(Cohen, Swerdlik, Sturman, 2013). Assessment and clinical evaluations should not be a cookie cutter
experience. The amount of patients that are
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The Dark Side Of Zombies
Darkness devoured everything in sight. A sea of lifeless moans crashed into the walls that kept me
prisoner. I could feel the hot breath of those creatures seeping through the walls. Paranoia invaded my
brain like the disease that infested those monsters. They were constantly trying to get in. They knew I
was here, I was a meal trapped in a cage and every intake of breath was a ring of the dinner bell.
Suddenly the snaps of rotting wood punched my ear drum. The snarling monsters came tumbling
through the gaps, their twisting bodies shuffling towards me. As their outstretched limbs searched for
my flesh I was ripped away by the ring of a phone. The television had sucked me in once again.
Casting me in the middle of the fictitious apocalypse. The concept of zombies has always been a
welcomed thought to me but why? Why am I and other humans fascinated with the thought of this life
threatening concept? These creatures are known by many names. The undead, zombies, even the
popular tv show The Walking Dead refers to them as walkers. Within history we find that the term
zombie comes from Haitian folklore where corpse reanimation was achieved mostly through magic. In
recent times radiation, mental disease, scientific accidents, etc. attribute to this reanimation.
HISTORY
The idea of zombies can be traced all the way back to 8th century. Voodoo priests used black magic to
possess their victims or so they say. They actually applied a deadly poison from a porcupine fish
known as
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Piggy s Savagery
In the novel The Lord of the Flies, William Golding uses Piggy and his glasses to convey that when
man and his society become more savage in nature, reasoning and intellect are lost through through
the vulnerability of his character. This thought is further exemplified in Hussein Tahiri s work We
Have Created a World of Civilised Savages in which the author discusses the modernity and
inhumanity of nuclear warfare. In the beginning of the novel, Piggy s glasses are a beacon of ingenuity
on the abundantly fruitful island that the boys land on. Living without authoritative rule, the glasses
are a mechanism of reasoning and intellect, and are proudly worn by piggy. The progression of the
boys new society is obvious during the first few chapters. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
This descent is foreshadowed when Jack and the boys decide to use Piggy s glasses to start a fire.
Golding writes that there was pushing and pulling and officious cries. Ralph moved the lenses back
and forth, this way and that, till a glossy white image of the declining sun lay on a piece of rotten
wood (41). A declining light is resting on a vulnerable structure of civilization. The glossiness of the
bright and powerful sun portrays that the rays of sanctuary are beginning to become cloudy and
unattainable. The wood, which symbolizes the construction and security of civilization, is rotten and
vulnerable. All of these comparisons are witnessed through the lens of the glasses: an indication of
intellect and scientific improvement. Contextually, the fact that the glasses were used as a mechanism
to create a fire shows that intellect can be a catalyst for archaic means of survival, instead of being
used for scientific revolution. The duality and outcomes of intellect is also explored in Hussein Tahiri
s We Have Created a World of Civilised Savages . In the article, Tahiri discusses nuclear warfare and
weapons, and how advances in science can be both destructive and peaceful. He argues that modernity
provides human
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V For Vendetta
A realist style is a style that presents reality through artificial means. Something unrealistic may
appear as a reality to those viewing the movie. This style was used in the Hollywood Classical in the
late and is often used in movies today. James McTeigue, the director of V for Vendetta possesses both
the experience and the history of being involved with film that appear to be realistic even though it
consists of artificial elements. Many examples include Star Wars Episode II and The Matrix Trilogy .
By effectively using mis en scene, framing, sound, editing in V for Vendetta , the movie is able is able
to demonstrate a realist style towards the viewers of the movie by allowing the viewer to connect with
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The usage of the setting, specifically with props featured played a role in the revelation of the
narrative/storyline. This was featured during the sequence in which we are introduced to Evey s job. In
this sequence, One of Evey s supervisors open a package that was addressed to the same supervisor.
Immediately, Evey witnesses (what appears to be one of many duplicates of the same mask in V s
possession) V s mask in a package that was recently shipped to her workplace. This is the same mask
she witnessed when she had her first encounter with V in the previous night (V saving her from the
fingermen and V taking her on top of a roof so she would see the detonation of The Old Bailey).
Considering how her life was significantly altered after she came across V, seeing the mask provided a
sense of foreshadow that her life was going to be altered for a second time. In fact, this is exactly what
takes place as V storms the news station for a second time and has the news station in frenzy. Once
this happens, V takes Evey from the news station this altering her life for a second time. This
advanced the narrative by allowing Evey and V to have their lives officially merge for the long term
(not simply just a short term encounter). This is a representation of McTeigue presenting a realist style
to the audience through elements and characters within the film through
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The State Based Westphalian System Of Governance
For hundreds of years state sovereignty has allowed for individual states to effectively handle their
problems internally. However, with the current increase of globalism, which Keohane and Nye
describe as a state of the world involving networks of interdependence at multicontinental distances
(75), many of the world s major concerns have moved beyond the level of individual states. This
interdependence has affected economic, military, environmental, as well as social and cultural aspects
of international relations and everyday life. These overlapping processes of globalization have allowed
for a great deal of global progress, but progress is impossible to achieve without occasional setbacks.
The problems we face today are rooted in the contradiction of solving global issues while relying on
the state based Westphalian system of governance. Governance provide[s] a general way to formulate,
implement, monitor and enforce social rules, (Scholte 20) but it is no longer possible to rely on a state
based system, in which states act independently to pursue self interest, to solve international problems,
many of which have been created collectively. State sovereignty and the motivation of power in
political realism continue to neglect the important issues we face with growing global concerns that
can only be solved with an increased cooperation through the strengthening of international
institutions and non state actors. It is necessary to shift from a state based form of
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The Tragic Women Of Tragedy
The Tragic Women of Tragedy Euripides and Sophocles wrote powerful tragedies that remain
influential to this day. The vast majority of work recovered from this time is by male authorship. What
remains about women of this time is written through the lens of male authors perspective and beliefs
about the role of women in Greek culture. The works of these two playwrights frequently characterize
women as unstable and dangerous. Agave, Antigone, and Medea are all undoubtedly the driving force
behind the tragic action in these plays. It is their choices that lead to the pain and death of the people
around them. Through an examination of the evidence from three separate works, Antigone, The
Bacchae, and The Medea, the role of women in ancient Greek tragedy becomes clear. The actions of
Agave, Antigone, and Medea repeatedly prove their characters instability and danger. Agave in
Euripides tragedy, The Bacchae, is a violent example of how women were portrayed. Agave, the
mother of Pentheus, joins the cult of Dionysus. Pentheus dresses as a woman to spy on the Maenads
because of a burning curiosity as to the possible sexual nature of their gatherings. His plan is foiled
when he is spotted hiding in a tree. The messenger depicts the demise of Pentheus at the hands of
Agave, But she was foaming at the mouth, and her crazy eyes rolling with frenzy. She was mad, stark
mad, possessed by Bacchus. Ignoring his cries pity, she seized his left arm at the wrist; then, planting
her foot upon
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themeaw Themes and Fate in The Awakening and Madame...
Themes and Fate in The Awakening and Madame Bovary
Kate Chopin s The Awakening and Gustave Flaubert s Madame Bovary are both tales of women
indignant with their domestic situations; the distinct differences between the two books can be found
in the authors unique tones. Both authors weave similar themes into their writings such as, the escape
from the monotony of domestic life, dissatisfaction with marital expectations and suicide. References
to fate abound throughout both works. In The Awakening, Chopin uses fate to represent the
expectations of Edna Pontellier s aristocratic society. Flaubert uses fate to portray his characters
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Simultaneously, Mademoiselle Reisz, who ...sent a keen tremor down Mrs. Pontellier s spinal
column... which perhaps is the tremor that marks the beginning of Edna s self discovery. A certain
light was beginning to dawn dimly within her, the light which, showing the way, forbids it. (P 13 : The
Awakening) As she explores her world, other men, swimming, and her other romantic pursuits, she
experiences her epiphany; she finds that the world has much to offer and kills herself in the
lamentation of that which she cannot truly have.
Edna finds herself filled with An indescribable oppression, which seemed to generate in some
unfamiliar part of her consciousness...She did not sit there inwardly upbraiding her husband,
lamenting at Fate, which had directed her footsteps to the path which they had taken. (P 6 : The
Awakening) Edna takes an active part in finding happiness within her world. She pursues her
swimming and other men in the interest of ending the monotony she lives with as a result of her being
confined into her aristocratic society.
Emma Bovary, being both protagonist and antagonist, by contrast experiences her epiphany solely at
death. She takes the arsenic when she realizes all that she will not get from what she already has. Her
light of discovery is found only in the darkness of her death. She
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Analysis Of Didion s On Self Respect
In Didion s emotional yet dominant essay, On Self Respect, found in Slouching Towards Bethlehem,
she defines the true meaning of value to oneself, while indicating that reactions of weakness and
humiliation, based on the approval of bystanders, inhibits true acceptance. Her work was published in
1968 by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux to an American magazine Vogue, in a time when many intellectual
Americans believed they were standing at the dawn of the Golden Age. The emergence of The Human
Potential Movement, in the 1960s, would authorize full use of personal capacities, leading to self
actualization and fulfillment of pleasure. In today s society, many people find themselves
unsuccessful, according to the definition created by society, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
...
As a result of this rejection, Didion developed the definition of self respect that we all accept, one
placing the opinion of others above her own. This personal and vulnerable memory included in the
essay marks a point in Didion s life where she encountered an unfair situation and began to struggle
with acceptance of self respect. Here, Didion dismisses the preconceived notion that she always held
full self respect for herself by labeling herself inferior to the sorority. Despite Didion s current
achievements for the popular Vanity Fair magazine, this personal anecdote shows failure, allowing
Didion to appeal to ethos and pathos. She does not intend for the audience to sympathize for her
shame, but to provide a personal example of the negative impact an ordinary individual can encounter
with the incorrect definition of self respect. Didion also displays credibility by re evaluating her own
level of self respect to relate with the audience as they develop this characteristic. Didion uses
inclusive pronouns such as, we and our, to once again highlight that she is relatable to the audience.
This allows for construction of Didion s character by displaying credibility by appearance of standard
individual, rather than a famous author and model. Didion s use of ethos allows her to present
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How Does Tim Burton Use Camera Angles In Charlie And The...
Tim Burton uses camera angles and movement to create an intimidating and distressed mood in his
films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Vincent. One example of this is in the scene where a
small candy store that sells the heavily desired Wonka Bars is at the verge of opening up and there its
a zoom on an enormous crowd that is waiting outside ready to barge in and then a zoom on a little
cashier inside the store. The zoom emphasizes how small and petite the cashier is and then emphasizes
how huge and wild the massive crowd is. It overwhelms one s mind because there is no way that she
will be able to attend to them all and the audience can just hope that the cashier can handle the
customers demands and manages to give and receive the right
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When I Start Playing Guitar Analysis
1. When and why did you start playing?
I started playing when I was 10, my older brother introduced me to heaps of different music especially
80 s 90 s punk and I loved it... I loved everything from punk to pop really, I d lay in bed at night
listening to the radio trying to record my favorite songs on my walkman and wanted to play it just
seemed like a natural thing to want to do... I ve never really thought why I began, I just loved music !!
2. Which instruments do you play?
I play guitar and piano, I learnt guitar first when I was 10 and piano later when I started producing.
Electronic music and the process of writing is largely based around the use of some type of key board
or sampler so I think that skill just comes about. I still write a lot of my music on guitar and use [a]
piano to recreate them ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Who was your first teacher? Other teachers?
For a month or two, I went to a family friend and he would show me songs to play and I had friends
who started playing around the time I did so we would learn new stuff and show each other... But
never actually had lessons for any instruments.
9. Describe your first instrument. Other instruments.
My first Guitar was a Fender Strat model but a fake one, we couldn t afford the real thing. I played
that for years and eventually got a Gibson Les Paul and these days play a Fender Telecaster (a real one
now) and have a Maton acoustic guitar! Piano wise, apart fro a few second hand organs I sal vaged
from junk piles... I have only ever owned midi keyboards...
10. What are your fondest musical memories? In your house? In your neighborhood or town?
Basically, every awesome memory I have involves music... But things like my first band (which was
called Two Odd Socks ha), we use to jam in my garage or my mates back room and those days were
unforgettable, and my younger days going to concerts with my older bro... there is nothing I would
trade for those memories.
11. Were you influenced by old records tapes? Which
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Essay on Benefits of Horse Slaughter Industry
The horse is a highly respected animal in United States culture. It has been worshipped and paid
tribute to through art, books (Misty of Chincoteague, Black Stallion), movies (Black Beauty, Spirit),
and television shows (Mr. Ed). The horse industry is huge in the United States, encompassing
everything from rodeos and racing to horses owned for purely pleasure. There have been statues
erected of famous racehorses, as well as museums devoted entirely to equines. Horse culture is a huge
part of American culture. The slaughter of horses for human consumption does not seem to fit into that
culture. However, despite initial reservations, many Americans may agree that the slaughter of horses
is better than alternatives. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Animal rights activists, as well as locals in the communities are trying to prevent both factories from
operating (Scripps Howard News Service, 3/8/01).
Recently, the Texas Humane Legislation Network has been leading the attack on the multimillion
dollar companies, citing a law from 1949 that prohibits possession, sale or shipment of horse meat
[intended] for human consumption (St. Petersburg Times, 9/4/02). Both companies have filed lawsuits
in retaliation. They state that the slaughter of horses eases financial strain, feeds other nations, and is
accomplished in a humane manner.
There are millions of horses in the United States; many of the horses are virtually worthless due to
poor training/treatment, bad attitudes, poor confirmation, lameness, sickness, and also simply being
old. Slaughter companies provide an affordable way for horse owners to dispose of their unwanted
animals. What do you do with the animal when it is diseased, or old, or lame? said Geert DeWulf,
general manager of Dallas Crown... `We provide an outlet (Scripps Howard News Service, 3/8/01).
The benefits are not only felt by horse owners in short supply of money; recently in Europe, the
supply of meat from traditional sources, such as cattle, sheep and pigs has dwindled due to epidemics
in the herds, such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy or mad cow disease, as well as hoof and
mouth disease.
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Charles Darwin s Theory Of Evolution And Natural Selection
Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, England, on February 12, 1809. He died on April 19, 1882 in
Kent, England (Biography.com Editors). Charles Darwin brought many revolutionary visions to the
world of science, including evolution. Charles Darwin was an English naturalist and geologist. He is
best known for his theory of evolution, and natural selection. Darwin learned most of his information
on the Voyage of the Beagle, and from this trip he wrote a book, Of the Origin of Species. From this
book, came the saying Survival of the Fittest. Charles Darwin accomplished many things with his life.
He still has many fans and followers because of his discoveries. Darwin was the second youngest of
six children. He came from a long line of family studying science (Biography.com Editors.). Darwin s
parents were both doctors, and his grandfather was a botanist. Botany is the study of plants, including
their physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification, and economic importance,
(dictionary.com). Charles mother died when he was only eight years old, so he was raised by his three
sisters. Darwin s family was wealthy (Biography.com Editors.). Darwin attended Edinburgh
University along with his brother, Erasmus. His father, Robert Darwin, wanted both his children to
become physicians. Darwin did not enjoy the study of medicine. He became queasy at the sight of
blood (Wyhe). Darwin left Edinburgh, and then attended Christ s College in
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Native Americans in Late 19th Century
Native Americans in the late 19th century The reservations system is quite a complex matter and
understanding the consistency and membership of the reservations can be hard, depending on the
particular issue being handled. It is worth noting however that all the Indians born in the USA are
citizens and are subject to federal and tribal laws though not generally to the state laws. The federal
law limits their self governance hence they do not retain the all powers. They are endowed with the
power to control the land use and ownership, execute their legal system (though under the supervision
of the federal government particularly on criminal issues) as well as raise the local taxes. According to
American Indians Cultural Network (2000), the federal reservations are about 300 in number and most
are in the West with 20 state reservations mainly in the East. The reservations have a history that dates
back to the 1840s and were inhabited by the Plains Indians. They were basically used to confine the
Plains Indians hence have an easier time controlling the inhabitants. Once confined within this stretch
of worthless infertile land, they were no longer a threat to the white settlers and by 1900s the entire
population of Plains Indians was almost decimated. The federal reservations policy came up from the
system that was referred to as the Permanent Indian Frontier policy that was implemented in 1830 the
followed by the Indian Removal Act within the same year. Bearing the
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How Does The Allman Brothers Band Relate To The Midnight...
The song Midnight Rider by The Allman Brothers Band captures the spirit of Adventures of
Huckleberry Finn because it is about a man on the run. The song Midnight Rider relates to
Huckleberry Finn, both are about a man on the run from the law. In Huckleberry Finn, Huck and Jim
are running from the law. Jim is a runaway slave who is owned by Mrs. Watson. This relates to the
song because the book is saying how Jim doesn t want to be caught by the townspeople or he will be
locked up even tighter. The song is about a man on the run with determination trying to get free from
everyday life and just run away. Jim has determination to get free from Miss Watson and Huck has
determination to get away from his father because he thinks he will shoot ... Show more content on
Helpwriting.net ...
I been there before. Living Dollar to Dollar: Not Wanting a lot of money causes trouble (one more
silver dollar need just enough to live on and no more) Pg. 39 Huck we rummaged the clothes we d got
and found eight dollars in silver sewed up in the lining of an old blanket overcoat clothes from
floating frame house that had the dead man in it Also describes the way the King (Dauphin) and the
Duke live pull a con on a town, collect money and then run away. Huck doesn t want a lot of money
he gives his money to Judge Thatcher, he hides the full bag of the Peter Wilks money ($6000) in the
coffin (does not take any). Sees money brings out worst in people like the King and Duke taking
advantage of the girls who lost their uncle, take advantage of townspeople with shows like Royal
Nonesuch show in Bricksville As in the song, Huck and Jim travel by night. Since Jim is a runaway
slave they need to stay out of sight in the
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Cancellous Bone Structure
STRUCTURE OF LONG BONES:
Hyaline cartilage: covers the end of the bone, smooth surface stops the bones and absorbs shock.
Epiphysis: this is the extremity name of the bones.
Cancellous bone: is known as spongy bone, its help to store red bone marrow in the blood cells.
Epiphyseal plate: is a line across the bone starting from where the bone grows in length.
Diaphysis: this is the shaft of the bone.
Compact bone: It surrounded by yellow bone marrow in the diaphysis and gives strength to the hollow
part of the bone.
Periosteum: This is absent of hyaline cartilage, but covers surface of the bone, ligaments and tendons.
Medullary cavity: is the space inside the diaphysis that contains yellow bone marrow. THE
FUNCTIONS OF THE
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Papel Carta Jw - Campaa Qu Es El Reino De Dios

  • 1. Papel Carta Jw - Campaña Qué Es El Reino De Dios? 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. Papel Carta Jw - Campaña Qué Es El Reino De Dios? Papel Carta Jw - Campaña Qué Es El Reino De Dios?
  • 2. The Postman Always Rings Twice By Dashiell Hammett And The... Major Works The following list is a great start for those who want to read the classic hard boiled stories that have defined what is meant by a hard boiled fiction. The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett. The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M Cain. It caused a scandal with its explosive mix of violence and sex. The torrid story of Frank Chambers, the amoral drifter, Cora, the sullen and brooding wife, and Nick Papadakis, the amiable but inconvenient husband, has become a classic of its kind, and established Cain as a major novelist with a spare and vital prose style and a bleak vision of America. Cain s another work Double Identity. Here, Walter Huff is an insurance investigator like any other until the day he meets the beautiful ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thus became very human need of entertainment. Most of the hard boiled crime fiction stories involve private investigators as the hero, though Sherlock Holmes was a private eye and the stories aren t hard boiled, and Cain never wrote a detective novel. They are realistic, in the sense that people who go out and get a private investigator license are hired to solve crimes, which is more than the village vicar or the head of the gardening club can say. These situations will definitely make a curiosity in eyes of the reader than the normal occasions. The Setting As we discussed earlier the setting for hardboiled detective fiction is usually a large city, an urban area, or an industrial area. The cities tend to be dark, dangerous places run by corrupt politicians, gangster syndicates, and an occasional corrupt police officer. Often the stories themselves have more night scenes than daylight scenes, which contribute to the overall dark atmosphere of the stories thus, can create more mind blowing occasions. Hard boiled fiction covers a broad range of writing about crime and the people involved in criminal activity or violence, the police, private detectives, criminals, lawyers, and so on. The plots range from the solving of the mystery of who committed the crime to following the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Institutionalized Dress Codes The proposed topic of research asks the question, what types of behaviors and attitudes are related to the dress codes implemented in institutionalized settings? Dress codes and uniform policies have always been written with specific emphasis on what would be considered appropriate attire for female subjects, which have often been opposed on the basis of gender inequality proposing women are more policed than their counterparts. The general objective of these policies, either stated or implied, is to maintain an environment free of distractions including but not limited to political debate, cult activity, and sexual tension. In lieu of the mentioned precautionary measures, there are still many incidences of sexual misconduct in these ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Occurrence At Owl-Creek Bridge Exposition Most stories have a simple plot development and setting. They follow the development of exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution (also known as Freytag s pyramid). They also stick to one setting. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge has a different plot development and setting changes than most stories because it has two expositions and rising actions, no falling action, and jumps from setting to setting. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge has a different plot development than most stories because it has two expositions and rising actions. The story starts with a man on a bridge waiting to hang. A man stood upon a railroad bridge in northern Alabama, looking down into the swift water twenty feet below. The man s hands ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The story goes to the climax when the man reaches his wife. As he pushes open the gate and passes up the wide white walk, he sees a flutter of female garments; his wife... The story then jumps from the climax to the resolution when he sees the light and dies. As he is about to clasp her he feels a stunning blow upon the back of the neck; a blinding white light blazes all about him...then all is darkness and silence! Peyton Farquhar was dead; his body, with a broken neck, swung gently from side to side beneath the timbers of the Owl Creek bridge. There is no falling action because it jumps straight to the resolution. The reader has no time to process or recover from the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Family And Authority In Antigone Antigone Essay Family and authority are common themes and misconceptions in the play Antigone. When comparing the essential themes of family and authority, Creon and Ismene characterize the theme of authority, while Antigone and Haemon value family.In the play Antigone, The protagonist Antigone defends her rights to have a proper burial ceremony for her brother Polyneices who was killed in war. Creon uses his authoritative power and puts a curse on whoever buries Polyneices, will perish. Antigone proves that authority from Creon cannot stop the reckless love and concern for her family. Creon and Ismene encounter many instances of authority,and obeying the laws in order to please the Gods. Throughout the play, Creon and Ismene portray ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. The Condom Distribution Debate Essay The Condom Distribution Debate The topic of condom distribution in public schools has caused many heated debates throughout our country in the last decade. Proponents of distribution state that free condom distribution will ensure that teenagers will practice safe sex and that the rate of sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy will decline. Opponents of distribution state that free condom distribution will encourage sexual activity and foster the idea that premarital sex is acceptable. Judges in federal court have even considered whether or not condom distribution and sex education without prior parental notification violates parents First and Fourteenth Amendment rights. The only viewpoint absent in a discussion of this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... No doubt a large majority of American teenagers are sexually active, but I believe the assumption that all teenagers are, or desire to be, sexually active is fallacious. I think that in making this assumption, we have oversimplified the solution to the problem. I am confident that if we took the time to ask why so many teenagers are sexually active today, we would discover the solution is not a simple one. Maybe we have not asked in fear of discovering that a satisfactory solution requires more thought and energy than deciding whether or not to keep a basket of condoms in the nurse s room. John Leo, a columnist for U.S. News and World Report, reveals hidden solutions to preventing the problems caused by teenage sex. These solutions have remained hidden because they involve directly communicating with American teenagers. Leo s article specifically discusses the opinions of young women about sexual intercourse, motherhood, and self esteem issues. The title of Leo s article, Learning to Say No, immediately informs the reader that contrary to most of society s beliefs, teenagers often struggle with their decision to have sexual intercourse. The title implies that saying no to sexual intercourse is not as simple as some depict it to be; rather, the ability to refuse needs to be taught as an important component of any sexual education program. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Broken Window Theory Research Paper Broken Windows policing refers to a form of policing that is based upon the broken windows theory, which serves as a metaphor for disorder within neighborhoods. According to this theory, a direct relationship exists between levels of disorder/incivility within a community and subsequent occurences of serious crime; therefore, the greater the disorder, the greater chance of serious crime offenses occuring, and vice versa. Broken windows policing works in cohesion with this theory to combat disorder within a neighborhood/community before it manifests into serious crime (ie: fix the broken window before the entire house becomes neglected or ruined). To do this, foot patrol was enforced, which, in additon to battling disorder, attempted to improve community engagement, partnership, and trust. Broken windows (ie: foot patrol) policing is different from traditional policing in several ways, the biggest of which is the way that police integrates/communicates with the public. This style of policing is much more intimate, and allows the police to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Five years after the program implementing this style of policing was enforced, the Police Foundation in Washington, D.C., published an evaluation of the foot patrol project, showing that foot patrol had not reduced crime rates. Additionally, the article How A Theory Of Crime And Policing Was Born, And Went Terribly Wrong, cited that crime rates in New York (where the broken windows approach had appeared to have been wildly successful) had already been dropping prior to the implementation of this approach/the election of Guiliani who was in support of this style of policing. Not only this, but crime dropped not just in New York, but in many other cities where nothing like broken windows policing was in place, leading me to conclude that the drop in crime existed separately from the practice of broken windows ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Irreverence Of Impressionism In Modern Art Impressionism was considered irreverent and ghastly for its incomplete appearance, lack of refinement, and academic disregard toward an established art community during the late 1800s. Although an outpouring of attention was given to dissidents from traditional styles, artists such Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, and eventually Mary Cassatt pressed forward to showcasing Impressionism as it became widely accepted across Europe and in America (About.com, 2014). The purposeful absence of clarity instilled by Impressionism provides an onlooker with a lasting sense for contemporary life, subtle landscapes, and an opportunity to embrace a new revolution. Impressionism challenged enthusiasts surrounding Classical through Romantic period works with a sense of bewilderment when contrasting these timeless works to the first, true, and a modern art style that diverges from the norm. Impressionism is no longer considered irreverent or ghastly among academics or enthusiasts although a contrast is required among modern admirers of the Romantic period and Impressionist works. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Achieving the surreal effect composed from Impressionism is accomplished by a technique some onlookers describe as licking the canvas (About.com, 2014). The broad strokes, light colors, single lighting creates a less refined work that less refined or almost dream like appeal. In all, Impressionism captures the essence of every day life or a landscape for the viewer to retain longer due to its insufficient clarity. Le Figaro by Mary Cassatt is fine example of the surreal effect presented by impressionist ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Everlost Character Analysis In the novel Everlost, Allie is the main protagonist. She is a strong willed, goal oriented girl who takes risks living her afterlife in Everlost which shows that any problems she encounters will not stop her from doing what she needs to do. Allie is a bit strong headed but also very independent although, her choices may never be the best. Her main goal is to find a way out of the limbo world between life and death known as Everlost to get where you re meant to go . Mary Hightower is a self proclaimed expert that has given herself the status as being the mother of the many children stuck in the afterlife welcoming them with open hands. At the beginning, she seems to be a good character as the story proceeds, she s shown to be neutral and towards the end she becomes the antagonist. When Nick, Allie, and Lief first encounter Mary she appears to be just a leader to the Afterlights retaining them from harm and making sure their delighted. Allie later notices that Mary is selfish keeping the children in an endless loop and would sacrifice anything to keep them from going in peace and is constantly competing with Nick. Nick aka the Chocolate Ogre referred by Mary due to the chocolate on his face that will last for eternity is the second most important character. He is somewhat self absorbed and emotionless and more of a follower than Allie but is committed to stand up for the people he cares about even if it means going against his rather obvious crush on Mary. He later discovers that Everlost isn t meant to be lived in for an unending time and makes it his responsibility to free all the children that are no longer needed to be in the limbo. He goes in battle against Mary who she tries to keep all Afterlights to live with her in Everlost and in an endless cycle but his plan is to send all children s spirts to be at peace and away to where they need to go. Lief is a good hearted, quirky 11 year old boy who has been living in a burned down forest in Everlost for quite some time and is the first person Nick and Allie meet when they wake up. In an instant Allie decides to call him Lief since he couldn t remember his own name and was surrounded by the woodland. He follows them throughout the novel and manages to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Reintroduction Of Wolves In Yellowstone National Park How has the reintroduction of wolves affected Yellowstone National Park? It is commonly acknowledged that, in a biological ecosystem all species are closely affected each other through a food chain. However, what people don t really recognize is how hugely one species can affect the entire ecosystem. The reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone National Park depicts a vivid example how one predator can contribute to the recovery of biodiversity and its astonishing impact on physical geography. Reintroduction of wolves brought about recovery of plants and animals in Yellowstone National Park. In 1990s, deer were overpopulated due to absence of its predator, wolves. Regardless of people s efforts, the number of deer kept increasing. As a result, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Behavior Of Organisms, An Experimental Analysis Essay In 1938, B.F. Skinner published The Behaviour of Organisms, An experimental analysis. The publication documented Skinner s findings in several experiments he conducted with the aim of explaining how organisms learn behaviours and how this knowledge could be used to teach them new ones. Skinner was a behaviourist and was therefore interested in overt behaviours that could be observed and recorded. In his publication, he defines behaviour as follows, Behaviour is what an organism is doing or more accurately what it is observed by another organism to be doing. (Skinner, 1938). While classical conditioning is passive, operant conditioning requires the learner to actively operate on their environment. Therefore, operant conditioning mainly relies on the learner making voluntary responses, for example, pushing the buttons on a TV remote to select a desired channel. In Skinner s experiment, the learner was a white rat who was placed in a small chamber where there is only a lever and tray upon which food pellets were dispensed. The experiment required the rat to stand on its hind legs and press down on the lever with a force of at least 10g in order for a food pellet to be dispensed. Of course, the rat s first few presses of the lever would be purely accidental, but gradually the rat learned that if he wanted a pellet, pressing down on the lever would cause one to fall into the feeding tray. Skinner experimented further, adjusting the lever so that the rat would have to apply ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Advantages And Disadvantages Of DEA Operating Expenses It is also called establishment cost. It is incurred for maintaining the staff, premises etc. and for carrying day to day operations. Major types of operating expenditure are: Payment to and provisions for employees which includes staff salaries, allowances, bonus etc. Rent, taxes and lighting Printing, stationary, advertisement and publicity Depreciation, Director‟s fees, Auditor‟s fees etc. Payment to employees is the major element in operating cost. Because of industry wide wage agreements banks in India have very little flexibility in rationing the same. The output variables are: 1. Interest Income Interest income of banks depends upon the size of assets portfolio, the rate of interest and the percentage of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An analyst should keep these limitations in mind when choosing whether or not to use DEA. (P. Kumar, 2006) Since DEA is an extreme point technique, noise (even symmetrical noise with zero mean) such as measurement error can cause significant problems. DEA is good at estimating relative efficiency of a DMU but it coverage‟s very slowly to absolute efficiency. In other words, it can tell you that you are doing compared to your peers but not compared to a theoretical maximum. Since DEA is a non parametric technique, statistical hypothesis tests are difficult and are the focus of ongoing research. Since a standard formulation of DEA creates a separate linear program for each DMU, large problems can be computationally intensive. DEA does not provide rank to 100% efficient units. It is difficult to tell which bank is more efficient among 100% efficient bank. In spite of above these limitations, DEA is powerful tool for service industry specially in banking sector. According to Tapiawala (2010) DEA has been found to be suitable in solving the following three basic performance questions that any bank is faced ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Broadcasting And Sound Engineering Technicians For people who like to work with computers and be on TV, broadcasting is the job for them. Broadcasters need a certain education and training; they also need have definite responsibilities and special skills. Finally, the potential advancements as well as the demand and outlook for broadcasters to come in positive. Research states that some careers in broadcasting are senior broadcast radio engineers (Senior Broadcast Radio Engineer), senior broadcast television engineers (Senior Broadcast Television Engineer), AM directional specialist (AM Directional Specialist), broadcast television engineers (Broadcast Television Engineer), and digital radio broadcast specialist (Digital Radio Broadcast Specialist) The required courses are also important to consider. One source states that broadcasting and sound engineering technicians need a postsecondary nondegree and an additional certificate if required. Broadcast engineers will need an associate s degree. Sometimes with high school diplomas broadcasters could get a beginner s position (Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians). Further research reports that film and video editors and camera operators need a bachelor s degree. This degree must have something to do with broadcasting (Film and Video Editors and Camera Operators). Finally comes the producers and directors. Research states that it s a good idea for them to have a bachelor s degree. Also it s not a bad idea to major, or get a degree in something related to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The Veldt Ray Bradbury Analysis Kavya Paladugu Ratliff English 2HP B March 30, 2015 HP:______________ Ray Bradbury: His View on Technology Ray Bradbury as a person has no particular fondness or aversion to technology, yet as a writer he is disapproves of the way society has become so lazy and dependent on machinery. Bradbury warns his readers of the consequences of technology. Technology is a wondrous invention that sparks creativity in others, yet it has as much negative potential as it has positive potential. the same technology that is used to make life simpler can cause nuclear destruction. Bradbury himself has no particular fondness or aversion to technology, but his writing always warns of the consequences of being too dependent on technology. Usually his stories revolve around modern problems, which have evolved out of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Bradbury predicts what technology could do to society through the morals of The Veldt, The Pedestrian, and There Will Come Soft Rains. In his story, The Veldt , Bradbury displays the terrors of America s devotion to material goods and how it affects society s technology usage. The story is centered on an average American family of four living in a futuristic smart house. The house has a device called the nursery, which is a sort of metaphor for the television. The nursery is triggered my images in the mind of the controller and produces holographic images onto the walls of the room. After the pampered Peter and Wendy Hadley are denied a trip on a helicopter, they begin to envision a sweltering, African veldt. This veldt seems to represent the psychological sate of the Hadley family. Bradbury s description of the veldt is so vivid that it seems as if the children were actually in an African savannah and not daydreaming in the middle of the United States. Those two children are said to have a rather high intelligence in the story, yet they do not seem to act maturely. This fact is evident in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Evaluating The 1996 Film Hidden In Silence What makes something great? What makes a film superior to another? How can you truly judge a movie? These are questions that must go through every film critic s mind. A useful technique of evaluating a movie is to set certain criteria and see where the film ranks. When evaluating the 1996 film, Hidden in Silence , I chose five criterion that objectively and fully examined the film ( Hidden in Silence ). Films can be judged by how realistic or unrealistic the plotline is, by how the characters were portrayed, the making of the movie, like the filming destination, evidence, and the audience s overall effect. Hidden in Silence is a movie based on a true account from the Holocaust. The plotline is very important since this is an actual event ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Essay On Hip Hop Hip hop is one that has evolved in the free improvisational culture is vibrant in the 1980s dance, a form of music among blacks in the United States of the slums of New York in the 1970s. So hip hop is also referred to as the expressionism of black. Hip in the hip hop (Hip) refers to a new generation who are familiar with the slang, fashion of the times that points to the ass , total (Hop) means dance or ball in the sense that shake. And try to synthesize these two words hip hop, dance, be in the form of music can be seen to enjoy the black new generation to go ahead of its time. However, not only in the genre of hip hop music, art, fashion, life style culture derived from General of black culture, such as, can also be included way of life to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And, of black peculiar funky rhythm is instilled in the music, led to hip hop and soul these music is differentiated to the genre of music, to the jazz development. Hip hop, still forms a world many viewers and deep sympathy, affect the music and culture of all of the regions. Hip hop, was through Seoul to fix the hip hop music of the only variety in the country to Japan from China. In addition, to develop up to African music in its own blend, it produced a sound coupled with house music back only Africa. In this way in the context of hip hop culture, all of the people of the world was communicated met. Superstar of today s hip hop, to form a sympathy with the people who have never seen even once in all the continents of the world. In this way, hip hop is the music of the candor with no decoration. In addition, while providing a political message, young people give me a stimulus that can have a political interest. More people through the hip hop got a wish to know that you are wrong is racism. Also Art, Fashion, was a number of fashionable birth laid to lifestyle. Hip hop, you can see the current, mature past a difficult ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Case Study Of The Indian Coffee House, Trivandrum Case Study of Indian Coffee House, Trivandrum The Indian Coffee House designed by Laurie Baker is one of the prominent landmarks in the Thampanoor area of Trivandrum, where both the railway station as well as the bus terminal are located. This building has become one of the most recognizable structures in Trivandrum because of its unusual design. The entire building is conceived as a continuous spiral ramp, with a central circular service core and with dining spaces provided on the outer side. The form of the building is thus unconventional bears Baker s trademark jaalis to let in light ventilation. The building is well proportioned, a cylindrical brick red spiral continuing for a couple of floors and then terminating in a smaller cylindrical ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The buildings designed by early builders and constructed by the craftsmen of the time though they often incorporated foreign styles took on local features and became a stylistic synthesis of particular concepts of space, structure, form, and function. Vernacular building is integrated within the nature. If we look upon the vernacular structure it leads towards sustainability and in modern decade sustainable architecture is too much required. Vernacular architecture presents basic and simple solutions for the sustainable issues because it has significant environmentally features that respond to sustainability such as low energy techniques to provide for human comfort, approaches that are integral to the form, orientation, and materials that are obtained from local resources. Thus, vernacular buildings and correspondingly settlements can be accepted as a knowledge source for sustainable building design ideas. Therefore, lessons learned from vernacular architecture can help in designing of environmentally friendly built environments. Studies from vernacular architecture may give birth to new ideas and designs for modern era which will be environmental friendly as well as economical. All buildings must be designed with specific cultures in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Presidential Election Of 2016 Essay The presidential election of 2016 shocked people across America after Donald Trump won the election. Many people questioned how such a candidate could run for office, much less hold one of the most powerful positions on Earth. In attempting to uncover how Trump could be victorious in an electoral race against Hillary Clinton, this paper will analyze four key factors in a general election: the fundamentals, campaigns, the media, and the voters. Each factor provides insight on how Trump was able to be successful in his pursuit of the presidency, but they do not begin to tell the complete tale. Political science research stresses the importance of the fundamentals in an election, if candidates can successfully take advantage of them. The fundamentals refer to a group of three factors that serve as background to the campaign and are variables that the candidate themselves cannot change. According to Gary Jacobson and many other political scientists, the fundamentals of any campaign are the incumbency of any candidate or party, the current state of the economy, and the popularity of the president. The presence of an open seat during a presidential race strongly affects the election. Races with an open presidential seat are much more competitive, as incumbent candidates possess a very strong advantage. In the past eight elections featuring an incumbent candidate, seven have been won by the incumbent (Campbell 2016). Further, it is even more difficult for a party to extend its ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Sonnet 13 Mood During The Renaissance, a type of poetry came into existence, commonly known as sonnets. Poetry during this time was very experimental in the ways of development, which brings differences and some similarities. Specifically in Sonnet 13 and Sonnet 97 , both authored by William Shakespeare. The tones and messages of the Sonnets are both delivered in different manners. A few of the comparisons and contrasts of these sonnets consist of rhyme scheme, development, and ideas. Among the comparisons are that both Sonnet 13 and Sonnet 97 have the rhyme scheme ABAB CDCD EFEF GG with three quatrains and a single couplet, which is the structure of a Shakespearean sonnet. However the sonnets both refer to their beloved, the way the messages were conveyed varied in their tone. In Sonnet 13 the speaker wished ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the main differences is the tone of the Sonnets. In Sonnet 13 the tone conveyed more with an instructive and straightforward tone towards the reader or beloved. Which contrasts from the tone in Sonnet 97 that consists of a more depressed and nostalgic tone towards their beloved. The more obvious difference is the theme/meaning of the Sonnet in a whole. Sonnet 13 speaks of his beloved who is changing and is no longer who she once was. She is aging and the man thinks that it would be wise for her to have a child to carry on her extravagant beauty, Against this coming end you should prepare,/And your sweet semblance to some other give (ii. 3 4). The man is very straightforward with the rest of his dialogue towards the woman. The meaning of Sonnet 97 is sending the message of how he longs for his beloved to return. Without her he experiences a time similar to winter and hopelessness, Yet this abundant issue seemed to me / But hope of orphans, and unfathered fruit (ii. 8 9). In this quote the speaker is comparing his hope to that of an orphaned child, which is often close to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Using Hitler As An Example Of Cultural Relativism Cultural relativism and subjective relativism was pretty interesting to me, after reading this chapter I sort of having a better understanding of why have arguments at times. As humans, we are stuck in our ways and we think that our ways and actions are always right, but that is not always the case other people might not see it the way we do. Being humans we have to understand that everyone has their own way of learning, and reading this chapter gave me a new perspective on that. In my opinion using Hitler as an example was not the best choice. I will never understand why people Hitler thought that taking someone else life is the right thing to do, but who am I to disagree with their way of thinking. Unfortunately, Hitler is not the only person ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Cultural Structures Of The United States Very often people live their lives without the awareness of the basic structures that they are exposed to and adapted into. The very things that regulate our day to day lives are often overlooked or never noticed. Johnson discovered this while vacationing in Mexico. While appreciating his time away from home, he came to realize that he had lost his actual sense of time. This created a feeling of uneasiness and the general feeling of being lost. Johnson wasn t lost in the sense of being in an unidentified place; he was lost due to his withdrawal from his cultural time structure. Nature is not defined by minutes, hours, weeks, or years. Time is a creation of people, yet in some cultures is regarded as being natural . Because systems are integral to culture, Johnson came to realize that time organization is much more than creating a distinction between specific moments within a given day. He realized that the concept of time was created to allow a cultural structure to regulate itself and to organize the people within it. It allows for efficiency and the ability of people to conduct themselves within their culture s expectations. These cultural expectations are what shape the social structures found within a society. The social structures are the things that design relationships between people and people, people and systems, or systems and systems. The social structures provide a blueprint for how we are to live our lives in relation to one another. In one sense, social ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. What Was Milton Hershey s Path To Success During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a time when business people created steel, oil and railroads, Milton S. Hershey followed a very diverse path to success. He chose the sweet path. Like every other entrepreneur, Milton Hershey had many obstacles and many slowdowns. Early Life Milton S. Hershey was born on September 13, 1857, in Derry Township, Pennsylvania. He was raised on a farm right across from Derry Church. He spent his early years following his father s, Henry Hershey s, footsteps who was a real dreamer. But his father lacked determination. At age 13, Milton Hershey dropped out of school and symbolized an interest for candy making. Four years later, Hershey borrowed $150 from his aunt and set up his own candy shop in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Benefits Of National Parks For over 100 years, national parks have been a large part of America s national identity. Recently, there have been many different thoughts on the funding of these parks, including cutting budgets and increasing prices. The changes made by our current president contradict the views of former president Theodore Roosevelt. The difference in what they believe is important because it may cause drastic changes in the future of our national parks. During his time as president, Roosevelt set aside more than 230 million acres of land for different uses. Among these were wildlife sanctuaries, national forests, national monuments, and five national parks. It is clear that he cared deeply about the environment and wildlife, which is one of the reasons why so many people believe he was a great president. Unlike Roosevelt, Donald Trump does not appear to care as much for the environment, especially for the national parks. The administration proposed to increase the prices of visiting these parks. Emily Atkin writes Starting next year, it would cost cars $70 instead of $25 or $30 to enter public treasures like Yellowstone, Yosemite, Shenandoah, and the Grand Canyon during peak season (Atkin). In her article, she writes about the announcement of this proposal and the effects it could have on nature. Atkin explains that the Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, not only wants to raise the price of admission, but to lease land that is adjacent to the national parks to large oil ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Why Is Mercl Benz An Innovator 1. Attention getter: According to Forbes, Mercedes Benz is the #16 World Most Valuable Brands. The founder of Mercedes Benz, Karl Benz, back to 130 years ago when there were only horse drawn carriage, he pioneered and innovated the first practical automobile powered by an internal combustion engine at Mannheim. Karl Benz is a very great mechanical engineer during the 19th century (Bellis. M, 2014). 2. Introduction Profile/bio data/background of the innovator  Original name was Karl Friedrich Michael Vaillant (Geni, 2011).  Born on November 25, 1844 in Karlsruhe, Germany (Geni, 2011).  In remembrance of the death of his father, he changed his name to Karl Friedrich Benz (Geni, 2011).  Graduated with degree in Mechanical Engineering ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His persistence of spending years to develop new type of engine is my inspiration for guiding me not to give up easily especially during hard times. Whenever he failed to build the little gas engine in the tricycle, or whenever he was about to give up on developing the horseless carriage, his wife, Bertha is the one who pushed him to continue (Auer, G. 2006). After he finished his first creation of combustion internal engine which was received a patent in the year of 1879, he did not give up of his old passion of creating a horseless carriage. In 1886, he finished and granted a patent for his creation of the horseless carriage vehicle which he named it as Benz Patent Motorwagen. The car was first driven in Mannheim (Carl Benz Academy, 2011). Besides that, Karl Benz s motivation of upgrading the specification of Benz Patent Motorwagen is one of the reasons that really inspired me to learn to improve. When Benz was testing on Motorwagen, it often attracted many onlookers who laughed mockingly when it crashed against the wall because it was difficult to control in the beginning of time. After he received the patent on Motorwagen, he improved and upgraded the Motorwagen to 2nd generation which is Motor 2 and also Motor 3 (4to40 Encyclopedia, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Electoral College Vote Vs Popular Vote When it comes to voting for a president in an election, there are two factors that need to be considered: the popular vote and the Electoral College. Many people believe that the Electoral College provides absolute certainty of the outcome, but do the state electors actually provide a voice for the people? There is no doubt the people are the ones who vote for the electors so the desired vote could be made by them; however, the voters have no power over whom the electors decide to vote for. In reality, the electors are the ones who choose who will be president, not the people. Therefore, there should be a change to election by popular vote for the President of the United States so that everyone s vote begins to count. To begin with, manipulation could take over within the Electoral College. In Source 2, it states Back in 1960, segregationists in the Louisiana legislature nearly succeeded in replacing the Democratic electors with new electors who would oppose John F. Kennedy. Also ...President Nixon, who was presiding over the Senate, validated only his opponent s electors... when Hawaii sent two slates to Congress in 1960. Both of these situations were manipulative ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In source 3, it reads, But each party selects a slate of electors trusted to vote for the party s nominee (and that trust is rarely betrayed)... and it also says ...it is the electors who elect the president, not the people. Based on this information, the electors are the ones who end up deciding who their vote goes for regardless of whether the voters voted and the electors could vote for a different candidate of another party and not be penalized. The fact that a candidate running for president could win the popular vote of the citizens but still not be elected as president because he/she did not get enough electoral votes is unbelievable. In the end, the voters don t get what is desired, the electors ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Saudi Arabia And The Arab Arabia Located along the Persian Gulf and Red Sea, is a country by the name of Saudi Arabia, the Middle East s largest country. Saudi Arabia is officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Given the title the birthplace of Islam , makes Saudi Arabia highly respected in the Middle East and in many other Muslim countries and communities. Composed of over twenty seven million citizens, Saudi Arabia ranks as the 13th largest country in the world. Business in Saudi Arabia is different than business in the United States in various aspects, which will be discussed throughout this paper. Ethical Challenges. Saudi Arabia faces ethical challenges that tend to hinder its progression while being a very productive country as well. In regards to corruption, Saudi Arabia is ranked in the middle, compared to any other country in the world. According to Transparency International, Saudi Arabia ranks 48th out of the 168 countries in reference to corruption with a score of 52%. That 52% means that Saudi Arabia is somewhat corrupt, with 0% being highly corrupt and 100% being very clean (Transparency Index, 2016). Saudi Arabia has been making progress towards becoming less corrupt, given that their Corruptions Perceptions Index score has risen every year since 2008. Reasons being for this level of corruption is due to the government. The country has corruption laws in place but these laws are not strictly enforced and are enforced at the discretion of the government. When enforcing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Hip Hop Has Influenced Popular Culture Music is and will continue to be a unifier. It brings people together in many different ways such as: fashion, language and of course it can be the voice of political problems a community or nation may face. There are many genres in music, Jazz, blues, pop, rock, reggae and the list continues. However, no other music genre has evolved and caught the hearts of many like Hip Hop. In the last decade, Hip hop has become very influential and globally known around the world. It has influenced language, and has been used to voice political statements. Part of the reason hip hop gaining so much growth is because of the birth of the internet. The internet enabled the culture of hip hop to be heard, exposed and visualized by many all over the world with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For a long time, rappers used hip hop to express their feelings towards issues they endured in their communities. They have been vocal about inequality and the oppression of blacks in America. Rap groups like Public Enemy, Ice Cube, Kendrick Lamar have all spoken on police brutality on Blacks in America. They used Hip hop as a way to raise awareness and fight the American system of oppression on Blacks. Rap has also been a form of music that makes a statement and with the uprising of police brutality, they have continued to be very vocal about the constant killings of black men by the police. Kendrick Lemar s song Alright n has been the staple song for the movement, Black Lives Matter, said Stereo Williams .Many people all over the world are aware and understand the magnitude of oppression that continues to happen to Blacks in America when they listen to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Day Of School Hensley Riiiiiiiing! My alarm went off, waking me for another day of school. Rolling out of bed, i caught one whiff of myself before jumping straight into the shower. I closed my eyes, and let the hot streams of water roll off of my shoulders, savoring the precious time before I had to drag myself to school. It isn t that school comes hard to me, because it doesn t. Friends roll in my wake, making me one of the most popular girls in school, and I hate it. Everyone is so fake! Most of my so called friends only liked me for my popularity, money, and looks. I can t go a day without hearing, I just LOVE your hair, or even better, I wish I was you. Honestly, you don t want to be me. It s rare for me to see my parents for more than a few minutes each day. They re so wrapped up in their work that my nanny was the one who taught me to swim, ride a bike, and do all the other things most parents wait their whole lives to witness. Looking in the mirror, I stare into my emerald green eyes, and gently touch my platinum blond hair. The person I am is not the person that I want to be. Corban Some say that I ve suffered more than a person my age should. Maybe I have, but I make it work. My father s death was the hardest one that I had to face. Luckily, my mom is as tough as a rock, and refused to let our lives slip. Six years, nine months, and five days later, I m still attending a prestigious private school, and my mom is still driving her Mercedes. My method for staying sane ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Florence Welch Ideology From the Very Beginning of Delilah there seems to be contradictions. Florence Welch, the lead singer of Florence And The Machine, uses very light and energetic language to To express feelings of freedom I m drifting through the halls with the sunrise the music however consisting of minimal piano a slower healing not reflected in the lyrics then the lyrics themselves start to contradict I m gonna be free and I m going to be fine maybe not tonight Welch singing in the foreground about freedom then being contradicted barcode vocals in the background the mass of contradictions in the song are a core part of the underlying theme Delilah is Welch s way of expressing how she wishes to be free from her burdens however she is too scared because the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Showing the hidden tumultuous miss at the beginning the image while not having much to directly tie itself into the phone complement it as it takes several glances and some thought to understand the deeper meaning besides what is given at face value to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Pilot Project Rules Advantages of the pilot project rules The mediation rules put a strict caveat that matters must be settled within a time frame of 60 day s.. The rules ensure privacy and confidentiality since all communication during mediation are deemed to be confidential and shall not be admissible in evidence. Mediation is also deemed to be a confidential process as compared to litigation since parties can conduct proceedings in private. Confidentiality is essential for mediation to be effective. In the court annexed mediation program in Kenya, confidentiality requirements are taken into account in the Mediation (Pilot Project) Rules, 2015. It is provided that all communication during mediation, including the mediator s notes, shall be deemed to be confidential and shall not be deemed to be admissible in evidence in any current or subsequent litigation or proceedings. Further, neither the mediator nor any person present or appearing at a mediation session may be summoned, compelled ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is a palpable tension between the courts desire to exert control over the parties conduct in mediation and the need for parties to exercise the fullest level of autonomy within mediation. It has been astutely highlighted that the higher the level of participation required, the greater the coercion by forcing a party to present its case in a manner not of its choosing. In other words, excessive control by the courts should be avoided, since it will compromise the parties right of self determination. While it may be argued that lenient standards would not penalize parties who are blatantly uncooperative during the mediation, it is equally, if not more, important, that the parties should be free to conduct themselves as they see fit during the mediation. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Aphra Behn s Oroonoko as the First Modern Novel Essay During the seventeenth century, the art of writing was like uncharted waters for women, in which most who ventured were rendered pathetically unsuccessful. No matter the quality, publications written by women were typically ridiculed by their male contenders. However, a handful of women defied the common standards and were prosperous; one of these was Aprha Behn. Virgina Wolf says of Behn, All women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of Aphra Behn, for it was she who earned them the right to speak their minds. Although she was a woman of outstanding accomplishments, one of her publications truly glistens. Oroonoko (1688), the epic tale of a heroic black slave, has often been dubbed the first modern novel in that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His face was not that of brown, rusty black which most of that nation are, but a perfect ebony, or polished jet. His eyes were the most awful that could be seen, and very piercing; the white of them being like snow, as were his teeth. His nose was rising and Roman, instead of African and flat. His mouth, the finest shape that could be seen; far from those great turned lips that were natural to most Negroes. (Behn 80 81) Furthermore, the female narrator present is yet another uncanny character in Oroonoko because influencial women were not typically presented in literature in the seventeenth century. Janet Todd describes the narrator as, a watcher and a listener, a recipient of gossip and news, commonsensical in her comments, but not omniscient and not able to deliver poetic justice in a place of real life happening or to provide a simple and single version of people and events (19). Likewise, great care is taken to focus on a specific location in which the tale takes place. It is clearly stated that the novel takes place in a colony in America, called Surinam, in the West Indies (Behn 75). The story goes on to examine the place of the main character s birth, Coramantien. Thus, Aphra Behn demonstrates particularity in her concise depiction of characters and their environments. The theme is a major component of a novel. Not only does it gives the work purpose, it also produces concert and unanimity. Paul Hunter says, The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The Intoucables Thesis The Intoucables is a French comedy movie filmed by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache in 2011. The plot of this film is based on a true story in between a wealthy disabled old man, Philippe Pozzo di Borgo, and his caretaker Abdel Sellou (In the film, Abdel s character is named as Driss). The story of Philippe and Driss is inspiring. As a student who is learning to be a qualified volunteer, I think there are several things that we can learn from the experience of these two men. Thus, in this paper, I am going to explore what abilities should a good volunteer have, referring to the process of Driss taking care of Philippe. In my opinion, I feel that Driss is an extraordinary caregiver since he usually uses unconventional methods to look after ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In fact, it cannot be said that Philippe is tolerating Driss, since they associate with each other very friendly. The reason behind their excellent relationship is Driss always showing the most sincere side of himself to Philippe. He takes care of all the ways Philippe needed and participate in every moment of his life after he is hired. Philippe once stated the intention of employing Driss in a conversation with his friend Antoine. Antoine originally suggests Philippe to fire Driss because he went to jail for robbery before. Even though Philippe notices Driss s criminal record, he does not follow his friend s wish. He clarified that the largest difference between Driss and his former caregivers is, he will not show any mercy to him regardless of his infirmity. For example, when someone phones Philippe, Driss will not pass him the phone as he sometimes forgets his illness. In addition, Driss will play tricks on Philippe (placing a hot water bottle on his legs) in order to test whether he does not have any sense. Just like what I mentioned in the above paragraph, ordinary people probably consider Driss s behaviors are insane, but I guess most of them just neglect the real needs and the genuine feeling of Philippe. Moreover, I insist this is the reason why the movie is named as The Intouchables , as no one has ever touched ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Canada Participation In The War On Iraq Essay Canada had made the right decision not to take part in the war. The US invasion of Iraq in 2003 made a terrible impact on both Iraq and America. Both of these countries should have solved the situation differently. America, however had no real evidence for why they sent U.S. forces to launch an attack on Iraq. Iraq had never tried to threaten America. On the other hand, this war caused a lot of confusion. Canada did not think that this war was necessary to start. There were good reasons why Canada refused to participate in the war on Iraq. It was based on lies, changed the way other countries viewed Iraq, and it led to disasters. The invasion that took place caused a lot of chaos and problems. First of all, Canada was right to refuse to participate in the war on Iraq for the reason that the war was based on lies. America had been suspected that they had an involvement with the CIA. George Bush was part of the central national security information. Michael Morell s; the director of the central intelligence agency, had been involved in helping George Bush. Morell s helped to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... America did lie, they accused Saddam Hussein for having weapons of destruction, America had some form of help from the CIA, and there was fabricated links in AL Qaeda. This invasion also made a different viewpoint on the western and Muslim world; there was levels of anti Americanism and the war cause the existence of ISIS to occur. In addition, this invasion also caused a lot of damage and destruction by having thousands of US deaths and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis being killed. There was also houses and buildings that had been destroyed. From all the points, Canada ended up making the right decision not to be part of the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. Therefore, Canada avoided the amount of destruction that could have happened in our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Investigating The Process Of Game Developers Use For Make... For Research Project I have chosen to investigate the process that game developers use to make a video game. Games have been around since 1951 when the first game Pong was invented, which took to an international stage (Pong Story, 2013). Since then technology has evolved, which has allowed game designers to make more sophisticated and technical games, which gives the players a more realistic experience. What kind of software are used to make game? After designing the game s concept, as well as the characters and environments; the next step is to make it digital , (Tim Crosby, 2008). There are many software packages available for beginners to experienced designers. Depending on how skilled a designer is; they are able to get software packages that range from drag and drop functions to, software that will need coding skills to make the game. Most software packages come with tools to make two dimensional (2D) and three dimensional (3D) games. Software that you can use to make a 2D game. Software that can be used to make a 2D, which is recommended, by both my secondary and primary source is Game Maker. Game Maker has many of the tools that a game designer would need, all in the one software. It allows you design many different types of games and has in built game engine. It also supports game development for multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Android, IOS, Windows Phone, HTML5, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (YoYo Games, 2016) Software that you can use to make a 3D ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Let s Say You Are A Senior Decision Maker Of A Large... 1. Let s say you are a senior decision maker in a large computer design, manufacturing and sales company. How do the three convergences affect you? (1 2 page response, single space) Besides the ten flatteners that Friedman discusses in the book, he also talks about the convergences that create a flatter world. The first convergence deals with engaging people from around the globe and being able to communicate. More likely than not, my computer parts and chips would be manufactured in China, were I can collaborate with engineers designing custom parts. When a design change is needed I could send email and use video chat to have meetings to discuss what changes my company would need. Being able to email and chat in real time would increase efficiency in my product design. Without this ability to outsource and possibly hire a Chinese engineer to help translate material, my design team may not be as robust. I could have a sales center based in India that I could direct all my sales information and technical support where more engineers and services sector people could perform the tasks needed therein reducing the cost of have a call center and sales locally. The second convergence deals with new technology that Freidman describes as horizontalization, the shift from a vertical chain of command to a horizontal chain of command for value creation (Freidman, 2007). Collaboration among various groups or departments allows for innovation to occur freely. If the manufacturing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Essay on PSYCH 655 Week 6 Individual Clinical Assessment in Health Centers Heather L. Bienkowski PSCYH 655 March 23, 2015 Professor Karen Hoeve Clinical Assessment in Health Centers Clinical assessments have their place in almost every facet of the psychological and educational realms. I have been tracking down and examining what the most important aspects of assessment are that come into play in regard to drug and substance abuse, custody battles, as well as the importance the role of adhering to the ethical standards of utilizing culturally informed assessments. Clinical assessments within mental health centers are carry great importance in the identifying underlying behavioral problems, diagnosis, and treatment of patients. Behind every assessment is a clinician who ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Through the interpretation of both verbal and nonverbal language, as well as the specific client complaints, clinicians can pinpoint important markers within behavior and can generate an understanding of their patient and determine the type of treatment that would be best for their client. In all psychological and biological assessment, the use of culturally attuned assessments is top priority. We may define culturally informed psychological assessment as an approach to evaluation that is keenly perceptive of and responsive to issues of acculturation, values, identity, worldview, language, and other culture related variables as they may impact the evaluation process or the interpretation of resulting data (Cohen, Swerdlik, Sturman, 2013). Through this process key individuals contribute to the understanding of the client including family, friends, and coworkers input and information. Through the use of translators and other cultural affiliates clinicians are able to demonstrate a clearer understanding, a culturally applicable assessment, and ensure that the client understands the ins and outs of the assessment process. One important aspect of the implementation of the one size fits all approach to culturally attuned treatment and care in our mental health facilities (Cohen, Swerdlik, Sturman, 2013). Assessment and clinical evaluations should not be a cookie cutter experience. The amount of patients that are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Dark Side Of Zombies Darkness devoured everything in sight. A sea of lifeless moans crashed into the walls that kept me prisoner. I could feel the hot breath of those creatures seeping through the walls. Paranoia invaded my brain like the disease that infested those monsters. They were constantly trying to get in. They knew I was here, I was a meal trapped in a cage and every intake of breath was a ring of the dinner bell. Suddenly the snaps of rotting wood punched my ear drum. The snarling monsters came tumbling through the gaps, their twisting bodies shuffling towards me. As their outstretched limbs searched for my flesh I was ripped away by the ring of a phone. The television had sucked me in once again. Casting me in the middle of the fictitious apocalypse. The concept of zombies has always been a welcomed thought to me but why? Why am I and other humans fascinated with the thought of this life threatening concept? These creatures are known by many names. The undead, zombies, even the popular tv show The Walking Dead refers to them as walkers. Within history we find that the term zombie comes from Haitian folklore where corpse reanimation was achieved mostly through magic. In recent times radiation, mental disease, scientific accidents, etc. attribute to this reanimation. HISTORY The idea of zombies can be traced all the way back to 8th century. Voodoo priests used black magic to possess their victims or so they say. They actually applied a deadly poison from a porcupine fish known as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Piggy s Savagery In the novel The Lord of the Flies, William Golding uses Piggy and his glasses to convey that when man and his society become more savage in nature, reasoning and intellect are lost through through the vulnerability of his character. This thought is further exemplified in Hussein Tahiri s work We Have Created a World of Civilised Savages in which the author discusses the modernity and inhumanity of nuclear warfare. In the beginning of the novel, Piggy s glasses are a beacon of ingenuity on the abundantly fruitful island that the boys land on. Living without authoritative rule, the glasses are a mechanism of reasoning and intellect, and are proudly worn by piggy. The progression of the boys new society is obvious during the first few chapters. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This descent is foreshadowed when Jack and the boys decide to use Piggy s glasses to start a fire. Golding writes that there was pushing and pulling and officious cries. Ralph moved the lenses back and forth, this way and that, till a glossy white image of the declining sun lay on a piece of rotten wood (41). A declining light is resting on a vulnerable structure of civilization. The glossiness of the bright and powerful sun portrays that the rays of sanctuary are beginning to become cloudy and unattainable. The wood, which symbolizes the construction and security of civilization, is rotten and vulnerable. All of these comparisons are witnessed through the lens of the glasses: an indication of intellect and scientific improvement. Contextually, the fact that the glasses were used as a mechanism to create a fire shows that intellect can be a catalyst for archaic means of survival, instead of being used for scientific revolution. The duality and outcomes of intellect is also explored in Hussein Tahiri s We Have Created a World of Civilised Savages . In the article, Tahiri discusses nuclear warfare and weapons, and how advances in science can be both destructive and peaceful. He argues that modernity provides human ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. V For Vendetta A realist style is a style that presents reality through artificial means. Something unrealistic may appear as a reality to those viewing the movie. This style was used in the Hollywood Classical in the late and is often used in movies today. James McTeigue, the director of V for Vendetta possesses both the experience and the history of being involved with film that appear to be realistic even though it consists of artificial elements. Many examples include Star Wars Episode II and The Matrix Trilogy . By effectively using mis en scene, framing, sound, editing in V for Vendetta , the movie is able is able to demonstrate a realist style towards the viewers of the movie by allowing the viewer to connect with the characters and the elements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The usage of the setting, specifically with props featured played a role in the revelation of the narrative/storyline. This was featured during the sequence in which we are introduced to Evey s job. In this sequence, One of Evey s supervisors open a package that was addressed to the same supervisor. Immediately, Evey witnesses (what appears to be one of many duplicates of the same mask in V s possession) V s mask in a package that was recently shipped to her workplace. This is the same mask she witnessed when she had her first encounter with V in the previous night (V saving her from the fingermen and V taking her on top of a roof so she would see the detonation of The Old Bailey). Considering how her life was significantly altered after she came across V, seeing the mask provided a sense of foreshadow that her life was going to be altered for a second time. In fact, this is exactly what takes place as V storms the news station for a second time and has the news station in frenzy. Once this happens, V takes Evey from the news station this altering her life for a second time. This advanced the narrative by allowing Evey and V to have their lives officially merge for the long term (not simply just a short term encounter). This is a representation of McTeigue presenting a realist style to the audience through elements and characters within the film through ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The State Based Westphalian System Of Governance For hundreds of years state sovereignty has allowed for individual states to effectively handle their problems internally. However, with the current increase of globalism, which Keohane and Nye describe as a state of the world involving networks of interdependence at multicontinental distances (75), many of the world s major concerns have moved beyond the level of individual states. This interdependence has affected economic, military, environmental, as well as social and cultural aspects of international relations and everyday life. These overlapping processes of globalization have allowed for a great deal of global progress, but progress is impossible to achieve without occasional setbacks. The problems we face today are rooted in the contradiction of solving global issues while relying on the state based Westphalian system of governance. Governance provide[s] a general way to formulate, implement, monitor and enforce social rules, (Scholte 20) but it is no longer possible to rely on a state based system, in which states act independently to pursue self interest, to solve international problems, many of which have been created collectively. State sovereignty and the motivation of power in political realism continue to neglect the important issues we face with growing global concerns that can only be solved with an increased cooperation through the strengthening of international institutions and non state actors. It is necessary to shift from a state based form of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Tragic Women Of Tragedy The Tragic Women of Tragedy Euripides and Sophocles wrote powerful tragedies that remain influential to this day. The vast majority of work recovered from this time is by male authorship. What remains about women of this time is written through the lens of male authors perspective and beliefs about the role of women in Greek culture. The works of these two playwrights frequently characterize women as unstable and dangerous. Agave, Antigone, and Medea are all undoubtedly the driving force behind the tragic action in these plays. It is their choices that lead to the pain and death of the people around them. Through an examination of the evidence from three separate works, Antigone, The Bacchae, and The Medea, the role of women in ancient Greek tragedy becomes clear. The actions of Agave, Antigone, and Medea repeatedly prove their characters instability and danger. Agave in Euripides tragedy, The Bacchae, is a violent example of how women were portrayed. Agave, the mother of Pentheus, joins the cult of Dionysus. Pentheus dresses as a woman to spy on the Maenads because of a burning curiosity as to the possible sexual nature of their gatherings. His plan is foiled when he is spotted hiding in a tree. The messenger depicts the demise of Pentheus at the hands of Agave, But she was foaming at the mouth, and her crazy eyes rolling with frenzy. She was mad, stark mad, possessed by Bacchus. Ignoring his cries pity, she seized his left arm at the wrist; then, planting her foot upon ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. themeaw Themes and Fate in The Awakening and Madame... Themes and Fate in The Awakening and Madame Bovary Kate Chopin s The Awakening and Gustave Flaubert s Madame Bovary are both tales of women indignant with their domestic situations; the distinct differences between the two books can be found in the authors unique tones. Both authors weave similar themes into their writings such as, the escape from the monotony of domestic life, dissatisfaction with marital expectations and suicide. References to fate abound throughout both works. In The Awakening, Chopin uses fate to represent the expectations of Edna Pontellier s aristocratic society. Flaubert uses fate to portray his characters compulsive methods of dealing with their guilt and rejecting of personal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Simultaneously, Mademoiselle Reisz, who ...sent a keen tremor down Mrs. Pontellier s spinal column... which perhaps is the tremor that marks the beginning of Edna s self discovery. A certain light was beginning to dawn dimly within her, the light which, showing the way, forbids it. (P 13 : The Awakening) As she explores her world, other men, swimming, and her other romantic pursuits, she experiences her epiphany; she finds that the world has much to offer and kills herself in the lamentation of that which she cannot truly have. Edna finds herself filled with An indescribable oppression, which seemed to generate in some unfamiliar part of her consciousness...She did not sit there inwardly upbraiding her husband, lamenting at Fate, which had directed her footsteps to the path which they had taken. (P 6 : The Awakening) Edna takes an active part in finding happiness within her world. She pursues her swimming and other men in the interest of ending the monotony she lives with as a result of her being confined into her aristocratic society. Emma Bovary, being both protagonist and antagonist, by contrast experiences her epiphany solely at death. She takes the arsenic when she realizes all that she will not get from what she already has. Her light of discovery is found only in the darkness of her death. She ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Analysis Of Didion s On Self Respect In Didion s emotional yet dominant essay, On Self Respect, found in Slouching Towards Bethlehem, she defines the true meaning of value to oneself, while indicating that reactions of weakness and humiliation, based on the approval of bystanders, inhibits true acceptance. Her work was published in 1968 by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux to an American magazine Vogue, in a time when many intellectual Americans believed they were standing at the dawn of the Golden Age. The emergence of The Human Potential Movement, in the 1960s, would authorize full use of personal capacities, leading to self actualization and fulfillment of pleasure. In today s society, many people find themselves unsuccessful, according to the definition created by society, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a result of this rejection, Didion developed the definition of self respect that we all accept, one placing the opinion of others above her own. This personal and vulnerable memory included in the essay marks a point in Didion s life where she encountered an unfair situation and began to struggle with acceptance of self respect. Here, Didion dismisses the preconceived notion that she always held full self respect for herself by labeling herself inferior to the sorority. Despite Didion s current achievements for the popular Vanity Fair magazine, this personal anecdote shows failure, allowing Didion to appeal to ethos and pathos. She does not intend for the audience to sympathize for her shame, but to provide a personal example of the negative impact an ordinary individual can encounter with the incorrect definition of self respect. Didion also displays credibility by re evaluating her own level of self respect to relate with the audience as they develop this characteristic. Didion uses inclusive pronouns such as, we and our, to once again highlight that she is relatable to the audience. This allows for construction of Didion s character by displaying credibility by appearance of standard individual, rather than a famous author and model. Didion s use of ethos allows her to present ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. How Does Tim Burton Use Camera Angles In Charlie And The... Tim Burton uses camera angles and movement to create an intimidating and distressed mood in his films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Vincent. One example of this is in the scene where a small candy store that sells the heavily desired Wonka Bars is at the verge of opening up and there its a zoom on an enormous crowd that is waiting outside ready to barge in and then a zoom on a little cashier inside the store. The zoom emphasizes how small and petite the cashier is and then emphasizes how huge and wild the massive crowd is. It overwhelms one s mind because there is no way that she will be able to attend to them all and the audience can just hope that the cashier can handle the customers demands and manages to give and receive the right ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. When I Start Playing Guitar Analysis 1. When and why did you start playing? I started playing when I was 10, my older brother introduced me to heaps of different music especially 80 s 90 s punk and I loved it... I loved everything from punk to pop really, I d lay in bed at night listening to the radio trying to record my favorite songs on my walkman and wanted to play it just seemed like a natural thing to want to do... I ve never really thought why I began, I just loved music !! 2. Which instruments do you play? I play guitar and piano, I learnt guitar first when I was 10 and piano later when I started producing. Electronic music and the process of writing is largely based around the use of some type of key board or sampler so I think that skill just comes about. I still write a lot of my music on guitar and use [a] piano to recreate them ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Who was your first teacher? Other teachers? For a month or two, I went to a family friend and he would show me songs to play and I had friends who started playing around the time I did so we would learn new stuff and show each other... But never actually had lessons for any instruments. 9. Describe your first instrument. Other instruments. My first Guitar was a Fender Strat model but a fake one, we couldn t afford the real thing. I played that for years and eventually got a Gibson Les Paul and these days play a Fender Telecaster (a real one now) and have a Maton acoustic guitar! Piano wise, apart fro a few second hand organs I sal vaged from junk piles... I have only ever owned midi keyboards... 10. What are your fondest musical memories? In your house? In your neighborhood or town? Basically, every awesome memory I have involves music... But things like my first band (which was called Two Odd Socks ha), we use to jam in my garage or my mates back room and those days were unforgettable, and my younger days going to concerts with my older bro... there is nothing I would trade for those memories. 11. Were you influenced by old records tapes? Which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Essay on Benefits of Horse Slaughter Industry The horse is a highly respected animal in United States culture. It has been worshipped and paid tribute to through art, books (Misty of Chincoteague, Black Stallion), movies (Black Beauty, Spirit), and television shows (Mr. Ed). The horse industry is huge in the United States, encompassing everything from rodeos and racing to horses owned for purely pleasure. There have been statues erected of famous racehorses, as well as museums devoted entirely to equines. Horse culture is a huge part of American culture. The slaughter of horses for human consumption does not seem to fit into that culture. However, despite initial reservations, many Americans may agree that the slaughter of horses is better than alternatives. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Animal rights activists, as well as locals in the communities are trying to prevent both factories from operating (Scripps Howard News Service, 3/8/01). Recently, the Texas Humane Legislation Network has been leading the attack on the multimillion dollar companies, citing a law from 1949 that prohibits possession, sale or shipment of horse meat [intended] for human consumption (St. Petersburg Times, 9/4/02). Both companies have filed lawsuits in retaliation. They state that the slaughter of horses eases financial strain, feeds other nations, and is accomplished in a humane manner. There are millions of horses in the United States; many of the horses are virtually worthless due to poor training/treatment, bad attitudes, poor confirmation, lameness, sickness, and also simply being old. Slaughter companies provide an affordable way for horse owners to dispose of their unwanted animals. What do you do with the animal when it is diseased, or old, or lame? said Geert DeWulf, general manager of Dallas Crown... `We provide an outlet (Scripps Howard News Service, 3/8/01). The benefits are not only felt by horse owners in short supply of money; recently in Europe, the supply of meat from traditional sources, such as cattle, sheep and pigs has dwindled due to epidemics in the herds, such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy or mad cow disease, as well as hoof and mouth disease. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Charles Darwin s Theory Of Evolution And Natural Selection Charles Darwin Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, England, on February 12, 1809. He died on April 19, 1882 in Kent, England (Biography.com Editors). Charles Darwin brought many revolutionary visions to the world of science, including evolution. Charles Darwin was an English naturalist and geologist. He is best known for his theory of evolution, and natural selection. Darwin learned most of his information on the Voyage of the Beagle, and from this trip he wrote a book, Of the Origin of Species. From this book, came the saying Survival of the Fittest. Charles Darwin accomplished many things with his life. He still has many fans and followers because of his discoveries. Darwin was the second youngest of six children. He came from a long line of family studying science (Biography.com Editors.). Darwin s parents were both doctors, and his grandfather was a botanist. Botany is the study of plants, including their physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification, and economic importance, (dictionary.com). Charles mother died when he was only eight years old, so he was raised by his three sisters. Darwin s family was wealthy (Biography.com Editors.). Darwin attended Edinburgh University along with his brother, Erasmus. His father, Robert Darwin, wanted both his children to become physicians. Darwin did not enjoy the study of medicine. He became queasy at the sight of blood (Wyhe). Darwin left Edinburgh, and then attended Christ s College in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Native Americans in Late 19th Century Native Americans in the late 19th century The reservations system is quite a complex matter and understanding the consistency and membership of the reservations can be hard, depending on the particular issue being handled. It is worth noting however that all the Indians born in the USA are citizens and are subject to federal and tribal laws though not generally to the state laws. The federal law limits their self governance hence they do not retain the all powers. They are endowed with the power to control the land use and ownership, execute their legal system (though under the supervision of the federal government particularly on criminal issues) as well as raise the local taxes. According to American Indians Cultural Network (2000), the federal reservations are about 300 in number and most are in the West with 20 state reservations mainly in the East. The reservations have a history that dates back to the 1840s and were inhabited by the Plains Indians. They were basically used to confine the Plains Indians hence have an easier time controlling the inhabitants. Once confined within this stretch of worthless infertile land, they were no longer a threat to the white settlers and by 1900s the entire population of Plains Indians was almost decimated. The federal reservations policy came up from the system that was referred to as the Permanent Indian Frontier policy that was implemented in 1830 the followed by the Indian Removal Act within the same year. Bearing the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. How Does The Allman Brothers Band Relate To The Midnight... The song Midnight Rider by The Allman Brothers Band captures the spirit of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn because it is about a man on the run. The song Midnight Rider relates to Huckleberry Finn, both are about a man on the run from the law. In Huckleberry Finn, Huck and Jim are running from the law. Jim is a runaway slave who is owned by Mrs. Watson. This relates to the song because the book is saying how Jim doesn t want to be caught by the townspeople or he will be locked up even tighter. The song is about a man on the run with determination trying to get free from everyday life and just run away. Jim has determination to get free from Miss Watson and Huck has determination to get away from his father because he thinks he will shoot ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I been there before. Living Dollar to Dollar: Not Wanting a lot of money causes trouble (one more silver dollar need just enough to live on and no more) Pg. 39 Huck we rummaged the clothes we d got and found eight dollars in silver sewed up in the lining of an old blanket overcoat clothes from floating frame house that had the dead man in it Also describes the way the King (Dauphin) and the Duke live pull a con on a town, collect money and then run away. Huck doesn t want a lot of money he gives his money to Judge Thatcher, he hides the full bag of the Peter Wilks money ($6000) in the coffin (does not take any). Sees money brings out worst in people like the King and Duke taking advantage of the girls who lost their uncle, take advantage of townspeople with shows like Royal Nonesuch show in Bricksville As in the song, Huck and Jim travel by night. Since Jim is a runaway slave they need to stay out of sight in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Cancellous Bone Structure STRUCTURE OF LONG BONES: Hyaline cartilage: covers the end of the bone, smooth surface stops the bones and absorbs shock. Epiphysis: this is the extremity name of the bones. Cancellous bone: is known as spongy bone, its help to store red bone marrow in the blood cells. Epiphyseal plate: is a line across the bone starting from where the bone grows in length. Diaphysis: this is the shaft of the bone. Compact bone: It surrounded by yellow bone marrow in the diaphysis and gives strength to the hollow part of the bone. Periosteum: This is absent of hyaline cartilage, but covers surface of the bone, ligaments and tendons. Medullary cavity: is the space inside the diaphysis that contains yellow bone marrow. THE FUNCTIONS OF THE ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...