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Malawi Financial Scoping Survey On Micro, Small, And...
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Problem Background
The Malawi financial scoping survey on micro, small, and medium enterprises (2012) shows that
Malawi has close to 760, 000 small business owners generating annual revenue of about US$2billion,
but 60 per cent of whom do not use financial services. The small business owners in Malawi are
relatively young with an average age of 31 years, with 70 per cent of them having just primary
education. The MSME sector creates employment for just over a million people. The 2012 MSME
survey established that 59% of MSMEs were excluded from financial services, as opposed to 31% that
are formally served by some sort of financial system, with the balance relying on informal services.
Only 22% are banked. Over three quarters do not borrow funds, primarily because they doubt their
ability to repay loans. Of those who borrow, informal credit systems tend to be the primary source of
credit. The survey establishes that the smaller the business in terms of number of employees the less
likely that the owner has or uses banking services to manage the finances of their business. In
recognition of the role that SMEs play in the economy, the Government of Malawi has made the
development of SMEs a priority MSME policy (2007).
Small and medium enterprises play an important role in providing employment, improving people s
livelihood and in the overall economy. It is therefore imperative that the MSMEs explore other
cheaper means of finance e.g. equity,
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Analysis Of Nathaniel Bacon s The Name Of The People
In Bacon s Declaration in the Name of the People , Nathaniel Bacon lists every major offense of Sir
William Berkeley, many of which collide with one another to display how the governor s actions and
inactions built upon each other to create turmoil for the people of Virginia. However, Berkeley
defends himself and proclaims Bacon a traitor in, The Declaration and Remonstrance of Sir William
Berkeley his most sacred Majesties Governor and Captain Generall of Virginia . In order to gain the
king s favor, both men write separate declarations, but one has everything to lose while the other has
everything to gain.
The first of the offenses listed by Bacon is the demanding of unjust taxes which are not being used to
better the colony at least not for the underclass; thus, Berkeley has also been accused of abusing his
power as governor. With the purpose of monetary gain, Bacon applies for a trading license but is
denied by Berkeley and the council, which consists of many of Berkeley s cronies. This leads Bacon
to make the allegation that Berkeley has made a monopoly of the beaver trade which is true but
Berkeley only denied Bacon s request because he knew Bacon wanted more power and where there is
money, there is power.
In the midst of the two men s quarreling, the lower classes of Virginia are demanding land. They begin
to migrate to Indian Territory and are consequently murdered by the Indians. Though there is an army
at his command, Berkeley does not use them against the
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Philosophy And Science Of The Same Breath
The philosophers Leucippus and Democritus are constantly mentioned in the same breath. Since the
bulk of their works did not survive the middle ages, we have only fragments and the writings of their
peers and successors to tell us about their accomplishments and ideas. It is difficult to separate these
two men because they are praised or critiqued as a unit by contemporaries and followers, but their
exact relationship is unclear. Sources such as Diogenes Laertius do not link them as teacher and
student, but rather as acquaintances. However, in Metaphysics, Aristotle refers to Democritus as
Leucippus disciple , equating the two philosophers ideas of full and void (the idea of atoms and the
space in which they move). But whatever their relationship, their legacy of atomism is an important
one, and it has influenced philosophy and science down to the present day.
There is comprehensive access to primary sources on these philosophers and their ideas through both
the Perseus Digital Library and the Online Loeb Classical Library. The countless references to
Democritus in Aristotle s work are available both in original language and translation, as well as
passing references to Leucippus, Democritus, and their philosophy from authors such as Sextus,
Diogenes Laertius and others. Although these primary sources are mostly fragmented quotes or
philosophical rebuttals to Democritus and Leucippus works, they provide much needed information on
early atomist thought. The
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Essay on APUSH DBQ- Hoover vs. Roosevelt
DBQ #3
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the thirty second president of the United States, was a central figure
for the United States in the 20th Century. While leading his country out of The Great Depression, he
also led the nation through World War II. Herbert Hoover, the thirty first President, led the country
during the Great Depression and his policies enforced at that time eventually led to his downfall
because of their inability to end the downward economic spiral. Both of these Presidents greatly
contributed to the nation by using different policies and tactics that classified them as either liberal or
conservative. Although there are some exceptions because of the acts passed by Hoover, the
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As a humanitarian, he gave much of his money to charity, encouraging the same from other
Americans. One of his exceptions of being strictly conservative was in his public works programs.
These programs were made to improve government properties, the most famous being the Hoover
Dam. Although he showed a bit of a liberal side by improving government and participating in
government programs, he still displayed many more conservative features than liberal.
While President Hoover favored less government action in the fight against the Great Depression,
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the complete opposite. After defeating Hoover in the 1932 presidential
election, Roosevelt coined the phrase Happy Days Are Here Again because he planned on bettering
the economy through experimentation with various new programs, or the New Deal programs (Doc
H). These programs that originated during the Hundred Days possessed three main focuses: relief,
recovery, and reform. These government involving programs proved that Roosevelt was more on the
side of liberals than conservatives. Roosevelt also created National Works Administration, creating
labor laws that recognized unions and set up Social Security which conservatives opposed. Also in the
Glass Steagall Banking Reform Act, which limited commercial bank securities activities and
affiliations between commercial banks and securities firms, Roosevelt
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Rules In Ayn Rand s Anthem
Rules have been around since the beginning of time for the purpose of safety and control in a
population. But, what happens when there are more rules in place for the sake of control as opposed to
safety? The novel Anthem shows that when there are more rules for control of individuals minds, they
will be broken because the individuals realize there is more to be discovered than what they are being
told. This can be seen through the plot and climax, as well as in the characterization of the protagonist
and antagonist, and through Equality 7 2521 s first person point of view.
Throughout the plot of the story, we see Equality 7 2521 slowly begin to break small rules, then move
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This is important because as a reader I was able to see that when he broke rules he didn t guilty about
it.( Rand 20) When Equality 7 2521 was alone in the tunnel he began to like the feeling of solidarity
despite being told he would become evil if he was alone. ( Rand 65)By knowing what he is thinking I
was able to see how he felt about his relationship with others, such as how he sees International 4
8818 as his friend (Rand 13) and how he ends up falling in love with Liberty 5 3000 despite it being
forbidden to favor others. (Rand 77) It s especially important that the story was told in first person
because we can see Equality 7 2521 s reaction to what he reads in the library at the house he and
Liberty 5 3000 find after fleeing town. ( Rand 73) Equality 7 2521 beings to refer to himself as I
instead of We . He finally understands that he possess his own body and spirit and doesn t have to do
things for others unless he is willing to.( Rand 74) As a reader you can tell he was happy he broke all
the rules that were oppressing him and realizes he never felt guilty and how it was a good thing.(Rand
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Givaudan Flavors
PROC 5830 Pricing
Case Study Title: Givaudan Flavors
1. Major Facts / Major Problems: * Givaudan is a major supplier of flavors to Tastyco, one of
Givaudan s largest customers. * Geoff Morales has been the Tastyco account manager for three years,
during which Geoff has increasingly grown volume and returned large profits for Givaudan. Geoff has
not had to compete with other flavor suppliers and has been able to charge Tastyco high prices for
both new and existing flavors. * Givaudan s R amp;D team has been working directly with the R
amp;D team at Tastyco in a number of technical areas, including conducting Flavor 101 training. *
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* Geoff presents these issues to his boss, Michael Alpharo, and suggests a price reduction on most of
the existing flavors by 25%. Michael rejects a price reduction by explaining that while there is profit
on variable costs, the fixed costs of manufacturing sites and the expertise of flavorists still needs to be
covered. He also points out the investment in technical innovations and flavors library which shouldn t
be given away for free. * Michael asks Geoff to put together some options to allow Givaudan to
continue working profitably with Tastyco. To fully understand the value presented, Geoff schedules
meetings with three Tastyco executives Jack Collins, Rick Miller, and Claire Hillman to realize the
true value Givaudan offers to Tastyco.
2. Possible Solutions: For the purposes of these solutions, I assume the conversations with the three
Tastyco executives Jack Collins, Rick Miller, and Claire Hillman have all taken place and have
provided some insight into the perceived value of Givaudan at Tastyco. The solutions proposed below
may be presented to Geoff s boss as potential paths forward.
Solution A: Supported by feedback and perhaps direct inaction from the from the Tastyco executives,
Geoff could develop a presentation that justifies the differential value provided by Givaudan and
further
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Police Officers Research Paper
Nonetheless Police officers abuse their authority causes negative outbreaks on social media. A
negative outbreak caused by false information given to social media by police was a shooting that
happened within my hometown, Stockton, California. A shooting occurred in downtown Stockton
killing two innocent women and one man, one women being someone I knew. Police made the
assumption that this was a gang affiliated crime because of the area and one of the victims. All three of
these victims were African American and hung out with people who ran in gangs. Yet this didn t mean
they were all part of a gang. The chief of the Stockton Police Department spoke up on the news about
this shooting, stating this was a gang retaliation crime when honestly it wasn t. It simply was them
being at the wrong place at the wrong time. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
People of color don t have a choice on what their skin color appears to be. Also people don t always
get to have a choice on the clothing their expected to wear religiously. We simply don t have a choice
of what we are profiled as or for. When someone sees an African American man; they assume that he
steals or kills because of their ancestors pasted history. Not everything is seen for as black and white.
Muslims are profiled racially as terrorist because of something their ancestors choose to partake in not
them. The event of 911 change everyone s perspective on how they choose to look at people as. Now
when someone see a Muslim at an airport, they automatically assume they are a terrorist based of
racial profiling. Not only are we guilty of racial profiling, but so are police officers.
As we know there has been many cases of people being victims of police brutality based on profiling.
Indeed, these cases are based on religion, race, background, and so on. Yet also seems to be based on
what police officers believe and assume.
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My Career In Nursing
During my long journey in nursing school, I realized that the idea I had of the nursing career and the
reality of it are two different things. Before starting in this path the only knowledge that I had about
the medical field was of caring and helping some sick family members. Eventually, those experiences
awoke a feeling in me to help those in need. Later on, that feeling turned into a calling, and that was
what influenced me to pursue a career in nursing. Nursing is the nation s largest health care
profession. At all times more nurses are needed to meet the growing demand for nursing care. But in
order to be a nurse you cannot enter into this profession with a money sign on your head. People are
not machines. What guide my practice are my personal philosophies, which are centered on my
strengths beliefs and personal values.
Personally, I think that to be in this field of work you need patience and critical thinking. Nurses need
to be caring, and we need to be prepared to handle any type of situation. In the health care field is
important to use a hands on approach. Nurses are not machines we are human beings. It is important
to treat our patients as human beings too, with a caring touch and respect (Cable, 2009). Nurses act as
patient advocates we are their voice, we need to be sure to meet all our client needs within our scope
of practice. As nurses we need to put our cultural values aside and use ethical values, we cannot be
judges or juries. I am going to use my
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What Does Ted Mean To Me
They say to not judge a book by its cover, but don t we all? I mean think about it, you see a raggedy
dog on the street and automatically thing it s got rabies or something. Even though in reality it just
escaped its owners home. I have something like this, my teddy bear, his name is Mr. Ted. Now Mr.
Ted is not that cute anymore but he helps me sleep, he s been through a lot with me, and I got him
from my great grandmother. Ted has a special meaning to me because he helps me get to sleep. Even
though I may be too old for a stuffed animal, I sometimes need him. He is shockingly still super soft
and loveable. I am sometimes too worried to go to sleep, there s Ted. I had an emotional day, Ted. Say
I am in a fight with my best friend, once again there s Ted. I rely on Ted to get me to sleep when I can
t do it myself. As you can see any bad day or feeling comes back to Ted. Mr. Ted has and will always
help me get to sleep when I don t feel great, and I kind of hope that doesn t change. ... Show more
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Ted has gotten me through a lot, especially recently. This past January I had multiple deaths in my
family. All though it, any chance I had, I was with Ted. I would keep him in my mother s car because I
had to drive back and forth from Williamsburg to Portsmouth so much, he went through those tough
times with me. Now when I was about seven or eight, the house I lived in caught fire, I left Ted at the
house. A few days later we could go inside, I worried about ted. He was supposed to be there with me
at such a young, ripe age I couldn t handle being at family s house without him. Needless to say he
was there, just had to be dry cleaned and I made it through the months of living in a
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Macbeth And The Importance Of Being Earnest
The Importance of being Earnest by Oliver Wilde and Macbeth by William Shakespeare are two plays
that have characters that deviate from their gender roles, particularly the females. During the times
when both plays were written, men were expected to be the dominant figure in the relationship, the
head of the household, while the female counterpart was expected to be demure and submissive. Both
plays explore deviating from such social norms and use the concept of nature to show whether such
actions are acceptable or not. In The Importance of being Earnest , Wilde uses nature to question the
accuracy of gender roles by associating the male characters with unnatural actions, portraying them as
inadequate leaders, while making authoritative ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Lady Bracknell is the most authoritative character in the book, and has a fair amount of the
jurisdiction over her household, such as when she states that when Gwendolen is engaged she or her
husband will inform [her] of the fact , which is odd as the male head of the household is usually the
one who decides these decisions back in Victorian England. Lady Bracknell is also shown to be
ambitious, a trait commonly associated with men, as she views marriage as nothing but a means of
gaining social standing, and states that she had no fortune of any kind when she married Lord
Bracknell, suggesting that she seduced him into marrying her. Gwendolen is also an authoritative
figure in the play, shown when she essentially demands that Jack must propose to her properly.
Gwendolen also states that her father outside of his family s social circle is entirely unknown and that
is how it should be as the home seems to be the proper sphere for a man. And certainly, once a man
begins to neglect his domestic duties he becomes painfully effeminate . This quote essentially states
that the natural duty of a man is to be at home and take care of the domestic chores, something that is
commonly only meant for women in Victorian England, and implies that it is the natural duty of the
woman to hold positions of power outside of the house which is commonly what men are supposed to
do, showing that the reversal and deviation of gender roles in this play is natural. The male characters
are often associated with unnatural acts, the most prevalent one being the act of deceit. Both
protagonists, Jack and Algernon are almost consistently lying to the people around them, to the point
that even they themselves think that being
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Why Is Thomas Aquinas Important
In Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica, St. Thomas enters into multiple discussions on the essence
and nature of humans, God, and everything else in between. Thomas explores questions that are seen
by others as too arduous to explore due to complicated sophistication and/or various complex thought
experiments. Nonetheless, Thomas tackles such difficulties and breaks it down in his own style with
help from others who have embarked on the same treacherous journey. With a lot of help from
Aristotle, specifically, Thomas equates many of his ideas about life to Aristotle s previous works.
Thomas even gives multiple commentaries on Aristotle s work, not something that most people can
put on their résumé. It s quite simple to see how brilliant Thomas ... Show more content on
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The objector suggests that the law itself directs man in his actions, which to the objector, seems to be
concerned only with particular matters. It is then concluded that the law is directed to some particular
good, not the common good. Following that argument, I would explain to the objector that particular
goods are involved in striving toward a larger goal. For instance, if my goal is to eat food, I may
occupy myself with the particular medium of cooking for myself, venturing to a restaurant, mooching
off of my friend, or whatever else seems to fit the mood at that moment. Just because the end goal is
concerned with a particular doesn t mean the subject s mindset is contained to those individual
particulars. Particulars in every circumstance do in fact strive for an end of some sort. To break this
down further, let us take for example the basic law to not kill. In the United States, the law is that
people drive on the right side of the road. In other countries, it may be on the left side. This specific
law is aimed at the end of not killing, which in turn promotes human flourishing. Thus, we can
conclude that rules for driving on the opposite sides of the road is aimed at the end of a common good.
The objector is saying that laws are concerned only with a particular matter or a particular good.
Following that logic
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Greed In John Steinbeck s The Pearl
Throughout his life, Kino has been searching for pearls to make him rich without success until one
fateful day when the poor pearl diver finds a perfect pearl in John Steinbeck s The Pearl. However, the
pearl he has found glows with a kind of evil that will tear the village apart from its greed. This story
shows that greed can make any man evil, and can tear people apart from the ones they love.
In the beginning of the story, Coyotito, the baby, gets stung by a scorpion. When taken to the doctor,
the doctor refuses to heal him, saying, Have I nothing better to do than cure insect bites for little
indians ? I am a doctor, not a veterinary. (11). Later in the book however, when Kino finds the pearl,
the doctor was very quick to help the baby, showing immediate interest when saying, You have a
pearl?, a good pearl? (35). Kino goes on to say that he will pay the doctor for healing the baby once
the pearl is sold. This shows that the doctor is overcome by greed, and, once reluctant to heal
Coyotito, is now very willing to heal him because of the promise of money from the pearl. ... Show
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Juano suggests that they should throw the pearl back into the water because of the terrible things that
it has done to their family. By this point, Kino has also been engulfed by greed, and disagrees with her,
wanting to keep the pearl so his family can be rich and so he can afford a good education for his son.
In the night while Kino is sleeping, Juana takes the pearl outside to throw back into the ocean. Kino
wakes up and when he finds out, he is flooded with anger. In the book, it is described that, He leaped
at her and caught her arm and wrenched the pearl from her. He struck her in the face with his clenched
fist and she fell among the boulders, and he kicked her in her side (59). This shows that greed for the
pearl made him hurt his own
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Sling Shot Theory Of Ethical Responsibility For Public...
Ethics Speaking with ethical responsibility is huge for public speakers because it helps them connect
with almost every member of the audience. You do not want to exclude any member by making a
remark of a certain race, or gender because this will lose you a lot of support; thus, making your
claims not be taken seriously. Too much ethical responsibility, soon turns into political correctness.
Which soon people get tired of as seen in the last Presidential race. As Professor Jordan Peterson
stated this happened because of the Sling shot theory. This theory claims that the nation became so
Politically correct under Obama. With Caitlyn Jenner, winning female of the year among other things.
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Everyone has been told since they were a kid to show good listing skills well to listen ethically this is
true. Someone that listens ethically is someone that pays attention, someone that dissects every piece
of information to come to their own conclusion. These people do not have distractions around them, or
put themselves somewhere to be distracted. The have their undivided attention solely on the speaker.
While you are listing use critical thinking decide how this plays apart in your life, or someone else s;
use good judgement on how factual the evidence is. Try not to jump to conclusions or stereotype the
speaker. This will blind you if any good evidence is brought up because you have already made your
decision about this person. Show you are alert and paying attention with correct posture. Finally
provide some feedback from time to show the speaker you comprehend what they are saying. This
will show the respect you are showing the speaker. So, after reading this quick summary of the ethics
for both public speakers, and listeners. You should have an idea of how to speak and listen ethically.
This is not always done correctly. Even at the top level again you can see this when Presidential
Candidates argue back and forth, or two CEO s are going back and forth. However, speaking and
listening ethically will get your point across faster, and much better, along with earning
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Descriptive Essay About Cats
I hated cats, I disliked the way they smell or always want to cuddle and how they like to dig their
sharp claws into your leather chairs. Everybody has their Monday rituals, sometimes it s coffee or
jogging through the park, but mine is a little out of the ordinary. Each day, my ritual begins at six in
the morning with me walking my ten cats down Canal Street to Pet Central to buy cat food. I used to
despise cats until I became their caretaker after a tragedy. This is my story about how I became the
man on Canal Street with 10 felines.
I remember going over to my Mom s apartment on that cold and soggy day in the middle of Fall. As I
entered the house the foul smell of felines engulfed my nose and I began to sneeze all over my Mother
s furniture. I yelled to the top of my lungs I HATE CATS! to which she scolded me and said At least
they keep me company unlike you in a sarcastic voice. Then she went into the kitchen to retrieve the
roast she had been preparing all day. The smell of the golden roast helped me forget the stench of her
cats. As we ate she told me about her day and how she had bought a new cat, to which I replied in a
frustrated tone, You need to stop with all this cat stuff, I lost count after 7 and it can t be healthy for
your breathing with all this dandruff and cat hair floating in the air I stammered. She bypassed my
remark, then blurted out I invited you over because something happened today at then doctor s office
which puzzled me because usually I
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Apple Computer vs Microsoft
Introduction:
It seems that the competition that has been brewing between Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and
Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) has never really died down from the late 1970s, even as both
companies have had ups and downs in the stock market and in the consumer products market as well.
Apple Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., was a copyright infringement lawsuit in which Apple Computer sought
to prevent Microsoft and Hewlett Packard from using visual graphical user interface (GUI) elements
that were similar to those in Apple s Lisa and Macintosh operating systems. Some critics claimed that
Apple was really attempting to gain all intellectual property rights over the desktop metaphor for
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The district court had to grapple with graphical user interfaces in the first instance and for the first
time, with a claim of copying a computer program s artistic look as an audio visual work instead of
program codes registered as a literary work. In this case there is also the unusual, added complexity of
a license that arguably covers some or most of the allegedly infringing works. The district court
therefore had to cut new paths as it went along; we have the luxury of looking at the case at the end of
the trip. From this vantage point, it is clear that treatment of ,Apple s GUIs, whose visual displays are
licensed to a great degree and which are a tool for the user to access various functions of a computer
in an aesthetically and economically pleasing way, follows naturally from a long line of copyright
decisions which recognizes that works cannot be substantially similar where analytic dissection
demonstrates that similarities in expression are either authorized, or arise from the use of ,common
ideas or their logical extensions.
Therefore they hold:
(1) Because there was an agreement by which Apple licensed the right to make certain derivative
works, the district court properly started with the license to determine what Microsoft was permitted
to copy. Infringement cannot be founded on a licensed similarity. We read Microsoft s license as the,
district court did, to cover visual displays not the Windows 1.0
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Piaget Cognitive Theory And Social Learning Theory
Piaget s Cognitive Theory and Social Learning Theory Defined Theories of cognition assumes that
conscious thinking is the basis for almost all behavior and emotions (Hutchinson, 2015). A central
concept in Piaget s theory is that a schema (a person s own interpretation of the world) is developed
through one of two things; social learning, which is when one watches and absorbs the experience of
others or through direct learning, which is when one watches and absorbs from their own experiences
(Hutchinson, 2015). Individuals are expected to develop schemata as a means of maintain a
psychological equilibrium. An experience that one cannot assimilate creates anxiety, and their
schemata are adjusted to create new experiences and restore oneself back to a state of equilibrium.
Another one of Piaget s theory to reduce the cognitive development of egocentricity, which is self
centeredness (Hutchinson, 2015). Jean Piaget discovered that our capacity for reasoning is developed
in four stages: sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operations, and formal operations stage
(Hutchinson, 2015). Sensorimotor (birth to 2 years) is when and infant gradually learns to coordinate
sensory and motor activities, and develops a beginning sense of objects existing apart from self.
Preoperational stage (2 to 7 years) is when a child starts to discover rules that they can apply to new
information, sometimes they can over complicate the rules which leads to them making mistakes.
Concrete operations
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The Complex And Interesting Optical Properties Essay
The complex and interesting optical properties can be shown clearly on Nanostructured metals the
collective oscillations of the conduction electrons termed plasmons lead to most striking phenomenon
encountered in these structures are resonances . Plasmon modes exist in a number of geometries and in
various metals most importantly in noble metals such as gold, copper and silver. Under certain
circumstances plasmons are excited by light, which leads to strong light scattering and absorption and
an enhancement of the local electromagnetic field. In 1989, based upon calculations, Neeves and
Birnboim proposed that a composite spherical particle with a dielectric core and a metallic shell could
produce SPR modes with a much larger range of wavelengths. The first nanoshells were made by
Zhou et al. In the 1990 s. They used a Au2S core surrounded by a gold shell. Variations of these shells
made it possible to shift the standard gold colloid plasmon resonance peak from ~520 nm up to ~900
nm. There was a limit however, of less than 40 nm on the size of nanoshell that they could achieve due
to the chemistry of their synthesis reactions. The process also produced large amounts of gold colloid
as a secondary product which gave an additional absorption peak at ~520 nm. Halas and coworkers
synthesized a new type of gold nanoshell that overcame many of the limitations of the Au2S core type
nanoshell. The new method replaced the Au2S core with a silica core and made it possible to exert
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Analysis Of The Sides Of Paradise By F. Scott Fitzgerald
Eric Easter Erin Brescia Literature 221 22 March 2015 Amory Learns the Ropes of Love and Money
and Peace Romanticism in a young man s life can be complicated involving love and money. Amory is
caught in the midst of balancing the two. Literary realism is a movement which began in France and
eventually came to America as a response to the romantic era in which characters, settings, and plots
were all rather idealized and pretty in some way. Literary realism is a movement which began in
France and eventually came to America as a response to the romantic era in which characters, settings,
and plots were all rather idealized and pretty in some way. In The Sides of Paradise by F. Scott
Fitzgerald, in 1913 at age seventeen, Amory enters Princeton University. In his freshman year, he lives
with Kerry Holiday and Tom D Invilliers and he begins a friendship with Alec Connage. Amory
begins to write poetry and vows to make more of his abilities in his sophomore year primarily
concerned with his own accomplishments. The romanticism in the story goes back and forth between
the Amory entering the school and growing up experiences with his wealthy mother. Amory begins to
fit in and the story focuses on his accomplishments. Around this time World War had began and it may
have had a fair amount of effect towards Amory. World War I started on July 28, 1914, when Austria
Hungary announced war on Serbia. This apparently little clash between two nations spread quickly:
soon, Germany,
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Characterization Of Ramayana Ram
Every one has a Ram within. What is Ram? A person, a hero, a god or just a concept? Ram could have
traits of what we define as Ravana and Sita.
Ramayana is a myth that shows different traits as different characters. People have translated it in their
own ways most commonly Ram to be the hero, the braveness; Sita to be a victim, the weak one;
Ravana to be the villain, the bad side. Everyone could have all of these traits together. It is how you
behave differently to each person in your life. And how you react in every situation.
This paper is trying to explore the different sides to a character through Ramayana.
This paper takes the approach where characters of Ramayana are concepts. It also explores Characters
in different relations; as a son, a husband, a brother, and a king. Concepts meaning traits found in the
person. It could be something Ram stand for.
Trying to question the hero (Ram), the victim (Sita) and the villain (Ravana) of the story. It also
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But was the myth only about Ram? Did the other characters have no role at all? Were they not
important enough or worthy enough?
Over the years there have been different telling of Ramayana. The word telling is used instead of
version because version is used when you have an original but nobody knows where did the
Ramayana originate. And as times changed people have adapted the Ramayana according to their
surroundings. The story may be the same in every Ramayana, but the discourse may be vastly
different. Even the structure and sequence of events may be the same, but the style, details, tone, and
texture may be vastly different.
Devdutt Patnaik as well has a slightly different take on Ramayana as well. He does not portray Ram to
be a hero, Sita to be a Victim and Ravana to be a villain but Ram is a god, Sita is the goddess, Ravana
is just a Brahmin who fails to expand his mind. He describes Ramayana not as Rams journey but as
the story of Sita and
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Description Of An Assembly Line Simulation Within The...
Witness is a software package which allows for simulations of manufacturing processes to be created
and in turn allows the user to gain a greater understanding of the aforementioned process. Witness is
useful when being utilized to simulate a process with a desired outcome in mind therefor allowing a
user to identify any issues that arise during the manufacturing process. The software package
essentially allows issues in a manufacturing process to be addressed and solved before significant
resources are spent developing a non viable process. Witness can save manufacturing companies both
time and resources by minimalizing the quantity of issues faced in developing a new process.
This report will detail the construction of an assembly line simulation within the Witness software
package. The simulation will have the following attributes:
Three categories of pan will be produced on an assembly line (type A, type B and type C). These pans
will be available in a pre determined variety of colours (Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Magenta).
Following the pressing, colouring, coating and assembly processes the pans will be organized and
arranged according to colour.
The original model will be improved upon in an attempt to address a quality problem (reject product).
The production line will be edited in order to pack the pans in sets of three, one of each size (type A,
type B, type C). The colours are required in the following proportions:
Red 35%
Yellow 11%
Green 6%
Blue 26%
Magenta 20%
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Gun Control And The Second Amendment
Samuel Wurzelbacher, AKA Joe the Plumber, watched Richard Martinez mourn over the death of his
only son who was shot in the Isla Vista rampage. He responded to Richard Martinez with an open
letter on a website, Barbwire.com, saying : I am sorry you lost your child. I myself have a son and
daughter and the one thing I never want to go through, is what you are going through right now. But:
as harsh as this sounds your dead kids don t trump my Constitutional rights. This is the type of thing
that people find so terrible about the Second Amendment; because pro gun zealots use the Second
Amendment to protect their immoral actions, but this is their twisted and corrupted interpretation on
the meaning and intent of the Amendment because this is in no way the original premise of the Second
Amendment. The right to bear arms laid out in the Second Amendment is just because guns are
weapons for self defense. Precautions are taken on gun control, such as keeping a permanent record of
all gun sales, requiring a license and certain mental certifications, and only allowing certain guns to be
distributed to the public. Although some may argue that they can also be used to kill the innocent, the
removal of guns from the possession of certified citizens will not stop crime, murder, or the death of
innocents because guns are not the only weapons capable of these deaths.
First of all, the right to bear arms is just because guns are weapons of self defense, and can be used to
prevent the
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Risk Management. Junior Florentville. Medgar Evers College.
Risk Management
Junior Florentville
Medgar Evers College Risk Management
Risk management is a process for identifying, assessing and prioritizing risks of different kinds. Once
the risks are identified, the risk manager will create a plan to minimize or eliminate the impact of
negative events. A variety of strategies is available, depending on the type of risk and the type of
business. There are a number of risk management standards including those developed by the Project
Management Institute the International Organization for Standardization the National Institute of
Science and Technology and actuarial societies. Organizations uses different strategies in proper
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The creative process includes brainstorming sessions where the team is asked to create a list of
everything that could go wrong. All ideas are welcome at this stage with the evaluation of the ideas
coming later.
Risk identification more disciplined process involves using checklists of potential risks and evaluating
the likelihood that those events might happen on the project. Some companies and industries develop
risk checklists based on experience from past projects. These checklists can be helpful to the project
manager and project team in identifying both specific risks on the checklist and expanding the
thinking of the team. The past experience of the project team, project experience within the company,
and experts in the industry can be valuable resources for identifying.
Qualitative risk analysis the reason that a qualitative method is more commonly used than a
quantitative method is because of the difficulty of assigning monetary values to assets, calculating the
percentage of damage that could be endured and deriving the probability of frequency of a threat
becoming realized.
Quantitative risk analysis uses percentages formulas and monetary values. The most commonly
known and understood formulas are the single loss expectancy and the annualized loss expectancy
methods.
Risk response planning is the process of developing options to minimize threats and maximize
opportunities. The risk response should be in line with
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Essay On The Journey Of The Cliffss
Torin maneuvered the small skiff to the narrow white sand beach directly below the imposing cliff
which rose nine hundred and twenty two feet above the shore. These sea cliffs were some of the
highest on the British mainland. Duncan and Torin leaped out of the boat to pull it to shore. Duncan
extended his hand to Adaira to steady her as threw her leg over the high gunwale of the craft. This is a
beautiful secluded little beach, but I don t see any stairs to reach the top of cliffs. To anyone unfamiliar
with my parents home you won t see the way above. If you walk to the base of the cliffs during the
low tide there is a small ancient entrance hidden among quartzite rock. Torin pointed to a spot at the
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Easy for you to say, you don t have a fear of heights or more precise a fear of being close to the edge
with huge dropout. Ye have nothing to fear, both Torin and I will have a hold on ye. No harm will
come to ye. Trust is hard to give when your brain isn t thinking, rational and your stomach wants to do
back flips. Where the hell are the lights down here? Are ye thinking of the climb or something else
lass? Besides, electric lights were not invented for another eight hundred years when this passage way
was built by the original Selkie clan. Well, we have had the benefit of electricity for two hundred years
now, it s about time you guys get an upgrade for the bat cave or should I say the Selkie cave? Other
than electric lights how about some of those battery operated headlamp thingy s? If we had human s
visiting my parent s home often we probably would have put a light up, but as I said only a few
humans have ever come to my parents home by way of the hidden cave entrance. I hope Gunnar
appreciates what I am willing to do to help you retrieve him from this desolate area of Scotland. If he
doesn t I will chastise him and make him see the error of his
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Money Graphic Design Research Paper
A career is the most important part in surviving life because it helps get money,a home,and gives a
chance to do something big.It helps people earn money to be used for many things.It can be used to
buy a car if a person wanted for just driving and to show off or if they need it for driving long
distances for driving to work,work related objectives,or if needed to use for important family
reasons.It can,also,be used to pay for paying for house payments or apartment rent so that they can
pay to have a place to live and not to be a homeless hobo.
Money can be used to buy food to feed oneself and/or others.People use money to buy take out
food,such as,cheeseburgers from Burger King,pizza from Pizza Hut,Mcnuggets from McDonalds,and
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They use creativity for web design.They make cool designs for Google,Bing,and other popular
websites.They design the main pages for companies and corporations to look formal and
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Mccarthyism In The Crucible
In Arthur Miller s powerful play The Crucible, written in 1953 as a allegory and metaphor for the
McCarthy hearings on communism in America, the idea of conscience is greatly emphasized in many
of the main characters. Arthur Miller wrote the play The Crucible in response to the red scare of the
1950 s, in which he was was condemned for disrespect disapproval of the United States Congress for
being unsuccessful in naming numerous individuals who had attended meetings with him. In a bid to
not only secure his career as a journalist and playwright and also to alert the American people against
the government misinformation and propaganda that were headed their way. The characters in the play
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It is a metaphor because the people are so in a frenzy that it is as if they are eating the news. This is an
example of a colorful metaphor; they can also characterize, depending on who is using the most
metaphors. Parris s colorful language is appropriate for a preacher, he uses many metaphors for
example, This way, unconfessed and claiming innocence, doubts are multiplied, many honest people
will weep for them, and our good purpose is lost in their tears (Act 4). This quotes allows Parris s
point to continue in a nonliteral way. Reverend Parris is used to using words in order to make his
point, he likes to exploit words like he exploits people. While he is not the only one to use metaphors,
his tendencies are to whip up emotions to suit his purposes. Parris not only is a great examples of
metaphors but Elizabeth comes with great illustration; in act 4 Elizabeth states i have read my heart
three month... i have sins of my own court . In each case, these metaphors also are useful for
characterization; They demonstrated how she is thoughtful, repentant, and self sacrificing. People
within the play are generally under stress, and experiencing a period of great difficulty. They speak in
colorful language because dramatic times call for dramatic languages. The Crucible was an act of
desperation; Miller was fearful of being identified as a covert Communist if he should protest too
strongly. He could not find a point of moral reference
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What Are The Importance Of The Olympic Games
Olympic Games: In order to honor the Greek god Zeus, Greeks held what is known as the Olympic
Games, they were held every four years. These games attracted people from all over Greece, large
crowds would gather to watch the many different sports. The largest and most important of the
Olympic games were held at Olympia. Olympia was very special to the Greeks because it was known
as the most important sanctuary of Zeus. It was very important to offer gifts, take oaths and make
sacrifices in front of Zeus statue as a sign that they would obey all rules. These customary games were
announced by couriers, who would travel to every major Greek city, and special provisions where
even made to protect those who traveled to see or participate in the games at Olympia. Equestrian
Events: In a special arena called a hippodrome, the most popular sport of chariot racing took place.
Chariot racing was a sport that only the affluent took part in, as the costs of maintaining horses and a
chariot was very expensive. Chariots had other uses though; they were used to lead soldiers into battle,
other sports events and even for the funerals of champions. The chariot vase shown on in our reading
perfectly depicts the authenticity of chariot racing. Horseracing came soon after, due to the popularity
of chariot racing. Combat Sports: Boxing, wrestling and another form of wrestling known as
pankration (a mixture of boxing and wrestling) were very popular sports events. It was the most
violent
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Compare And Contrast Fargo And No Country For Old Men
The auteur theory is best described as a director taking the role of author. Auteur comes from a French
word, meaning author or originator. Just as a reader can detect patterns in written works of the same
author, viewers can detect patterns in films directed by the same director(s), if they re auteurists. They
control as many aspects of the film as they can in order to fully embed it with their vision. The Coen
brothers do just that; they, down to the writing of the script, work to control many of the elements of
their films. The patterns and style, though with slight alterations with time, carry over in their many
works. Fargo (1996) and No Country for Old Men (2007), though almost ten years apart, still adhere
quite strongly to the same patterns and style typical of the Coen brothers. In watching these films back
to back, the similarities are much more apparent, but are definitely not discreet enough to go
unnoticed if watched ten years apart. Both Fargo and No Country for Old Men exhibit main
characters, depicted as the average Joe, who are wound up into a complex scheme of murder and
mayhem. They both, however, don t initially appear to be too complicated. In Fargo, the audience is
presented with a nervous and stuttering car salesman who seems to be in over his head with debt. He
concocts what seems to be an easy ploy of the mock kidnapping of his wife to get some fast cash off
of his father in law. What Jerry doesn t account for is the long string of murders that
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Comparing the Quest in M. Butterfly and American Beauty
The Quest in M. Butterfly and American Beauty
Happiness is defined as enjoying, showing, or characterized by pleasure; joyous; contented. Based on
this definition we all search for happiness our entire lives. Two very different stories address this idea
of the quest for happiness. M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang is the story of a man named
Gallimard who is longing for his love Butterfly to return to him. John Deeney describes it as him,
clinging to his idea of a Perfect Woman to the end by costuming himself into the victimized Butterfly
though his final suicide. Although Gallimard s infatuation with Song sometimes makes him cut a
rather ridiculous figure, his dead seriousness at the end evokes a certain amount of pathos and ... Show
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Not only is he using Gallimard for the government, but also for the control he has over him. Song
knows that Gallimard thinks he is the perfect woman. He allows him to believe this for more than
twenty years during their affair. It was not until the end that Song told Gallimard the truth. Song lived
most of her life as a lie, only because she thought it was making her happy.
On the other side of Song s insecure image was his lover Gallimard. Gallimard first lived a happy life
with his lover Song. He changed his whole life and even got a promotion because of his new attitude.
Not praising himself he said, It is because of you that I was promoted tonight. You have changed my
life forever. My little Butterfly, there should be no more secrets: I love you (Meyer 1233). Gallimard
truly loved Song and after finding out that Song was really a man, he was crushed. He was ridiculed
everywhere because people could not understand how he did not know he was dating another man. He
replied, This is the ultimate cruelty, isn t it? That I can talk and talk and to anyone listening, it only air
too rich a diet to be swallowed by a mundane world. Why can t anyone understand? That in China, I
once loved, and was loved by, very simply, the Perfect Woman (Meyer 1250). After all of his
searching for his Butterfly and to find out that she was really a man crushed any happiness in his life.
In the end, he said:
Death with honor is better than
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The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
Essay No.1 Weber has been considered as an expert on origination of capitalism. His most famous
work is The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. Weber thesis regarding capitalism is rather
considered as an argument counter to Marxist thesis (which was regarding primacy of base over
superstructure). Weber discussed in his book that capitalism was resulted by Protestantism which was
a religious movement or more specifically speaking Calvinism. However any Calvinist who has gone
through catechism would have known that seeking a sign of selection by God in economic success, is
not a right thing to do; therefore it is a travesty to Weber s thesis (Kilcullen, 1996). One expects Weber
to Capitalism is a result of Protestantism or to be more specific, Calvinism. Calvinism believes God
has granted few with salvation whereas others have to go through damnation. This virtue isn t
dependent on their good or bad actions/ deeds but because God wanted it in a certain way. This belief
made believers of Calvinism worried about their salvation and made them invest more efforts into
economic success. This, in turn, made them believe that they were the chosen favourites of God.
Furthermore, the profits made by Calvanists were re invested into the business for further profits
rather than self indulgence. Hence, the concept of Protestant ethic came into place which generally
refers to desire of having enormous economic success and will of working hard. This concept of work
ethic
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The Differences Between Buddhism and Hinduism Essay
Both Buddhism and Hinduism are well known religions. They are two of the most popular polytheistic
faiths in the world. Some people believe them to be sects of the same religion, but they are mistaken.
Buddhism and Hinduism have some similarities, but many things set them apart from each other as
well. They are each their own religion in many aspects.
Buddhism and Hinduism come from the same region, India. Both of them are very focused on nature,
the things around them, though they both believe in several hells and heavens, or higher and lower
worlds. They both believe in karma which is the affect a person s actions in this life will change his
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Hindus believe in the four stages of life, but the Buddha do not share that believe. Whereas the
Buddhists believe in the concept of Bodhisattvas, or the enlightened existence, but the Hindus do not.
Buddhists must believe that the Buddha, Sangha, and Dhamma are the three most important
requirements on the eightfold path, or the principal teachings of the Buddha. Hinduism has many
different paths of self realization. Both religions believe in karma and reincarnation, but their terms
and conditions vary, different in as many ways as they are similar. Buddhists have no priests or rituals
like the Hindus do. Also, in the Buddhist religion, any follower than achieve Nirvana, but in the Hindu
religion, only the Brahmins, or priests, could achieve moksha, the Hindu equivalent of Nirvana.
Another large difference is that Buddhists do not believe in the Caste System, a main factor in
Hinduism. This is one of their largest differences. Hinduism does not know their original creator,
unlike most other religions; they ve lost any information about their founder over the many years,
whereas the Buddhists know their creator, Buddha. Buddhism is a much younger religion than
Hinduism. The two religions are very much different.
Both religions came from the same soil, in what is now known as India. They
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Research Paper On Poodle
The poodle originated in Germany in the late middle ages, as a water retriever.
Its name in English derives from the German Pudelhund, or dog that splashes in the water. In France,
where the dog quickly rose in prominence to become the national breed, its name was caniche, a play
on the word for duck, canard: a
duck dog. The miniature and toy sizes were bred down from the standard shortly after ward, making
the poodle unique, differing from most other large breeds that have only been recently miniaturized.
Sketches by Albrecht Durer establish the poodle as a sleeve dog a dog used to warm the hands within
the large sleeves of a person s garment as early as the 15th century. By the 18th cen tury, it had
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The need for regular grooming to keep the poodle s coat in order may explain another reason for the
breed s popularity: The claims that the poodle is hypo allergenic. Although all dogs produce dander, an
enzyme in the dog s saliva that gets deposited on the fur as he licks himself, poodles tend to be
brushed and bathed more frequently than other breeds, hence causing fewer allergy symptoms in their
owners. Yet another reason for the breed s popularity is its keen intelligence. The poodle has been
employed as a circus and street performer for hundreds of years, learning to do calisthenics and parlor
tricks; one famous nineteenth century poodle named Munito was said to be able to read, count, and
play chess! The gypsies who wandered Europe began this trend by keeping poodles to perform in their
troupes. In fact, one expert believes that they helped to change the breed standard from a classic
retriever shape to its current square body, in order to improve the dog s
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Robert Reich Why The Rich Are Getting Richer Summary
Differences
(An Analysis of Why The Rich Are Getting Richer And the Poor, Poorer, by Robert B. Reich)
Robert B. Reich wrote many books including Why he Rich Are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer,
and he analyzes the gap that is growing larger between the rich and the poor. He talks about how
people from other countries are taking more of our jobs because they are willing to work for a smaller
wage than Americans are. As well as this, he talks about how we used to be all in the same economic
boat and now the boats we are in are sinking. He also talks about how technology is taking our jobs as
well. He has many reasons to support his theory of the rich getting richer and the poor, poorer, but the
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Reich says that the amount of technology is taking jobs away. From paragraph 17 of Why the Rich are
Getting Richer, and the Poor, Poorer, In 1977 it took routine producers thirty five hours to assemble an
automobile in the United States; it is estimated that by the mid 1990s Japanese owned factories in
America will be producing finished automobiles using only eight hours of a routine producer s time.
He also wrote The Future of Success: Working and Living in the New Economy and writes, These
anxieties are no less part and parcel of the emerging economy than are its enormous benefits: the
wealth, the innovation, the new chances and choices. (Reich, The Future of Success: Working and
Living in the New Economy) As well as this view, he says in Supercapitalism: The Transformation of
Business, Democracy, and Everyday Life, Capitalism has become more responsive to what we want as
individual purchasers of goods, but democracy has grown less responsive to what we want together as
citizens. (Reich, Supercapitalism: The Transformation of Business, Democracy, and Everyday Life).
This is an example of how people have become so interested in the technology of today and no longer
in human
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Problem Of Virtue Ethics
The rapid changes caused new problems economic faulty, thoughtless and unethical decisions have led
to unpleasant consequences such as failed businesses, deteriorated relationships, and conflicts in
society as well as in organizations . To put in other words, the main problem is the lack of ethics and
virtues in business that have resulted in wicked outcomes which affected on only businesses but the
society in general as well. In his essay entitled Vocational Virtue Ethics: Prospects for a Virtue Ethic
Approach to Business , David McPherson concludes by proposing a number of solutions as to how
business organizations must overcome this problem that challenges to vocational virtue ethics. In this
essay, I focus on analyzing three of the solutions, to wit, having a clear mission statement and hiring
employees according to their willingness to commit to it, possessing a moral leadership, and reducing
the tendency to avarice.
Before moving on to the solutions, I believe it is pertinent to give some insights behind the theories.
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Many theorists have tried to explain virtue. Yet, common sense seems to indicate that virtue is highly
moral behavior. McPherson bases most of his arguments in Aristotle s virtue ethic principle, which
implies that one must commit himself to identify purposes of human nature that are worthy to pursue
and fulfill those purposes through exercising virtues, which would then, establish a higher mode of
life/ Eudaimonia (2013, p. 284).
McPherson argues that a way of applying vocational virtue ethics to business is by acknowledging the
notion of work as a calling or vocation. He explains his perspective further by distinguishing two
types of calling, general and specific. From his perspective, general calling is what we normatively
ought to do, while specific calling is the particular way in which we seek to realize this general calling
(2013, p. 290). Moreover,
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Freshman Leadership Council
HEY GATORS ITS YOUR PREVIEW STAFFER ANDREW!
I hope all is well and that you are all thriving (and surviving), but I want to go over some things that
might be really important that will benefit you all personally!
1) Freshman Leadership Council
For those who were accepted into the Freshman Leadership Council, I am so happy for you! You are
going to have an amazing time I really do wish you all the best of luck. For those who got denied, I
was in your boat last year. I was a hot mess when I was rejected, and yes, I even cried. It s natural to
be disappointed regarding your decision notice, but being denied does not mean you are not a leader
or be one! A lot of people who were denied from FLC have gone on a have done amazing things here
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You are basically a teacher of a class which is really cool! If you are a business major, you will be
teaching Warrington Welcome. The link for the application is here:
http://warrington.ufl.edu/undergraduate/myheavener/career/warringtonwelcome/peerleaders.asp. For
all non business majors, you will be teaching First Year Florida instead! The link to application is
here: https://transitions.dso.ufl.edu/first year florida/peer leaders/peer leader application timeline/.
5) Cicerones
Cicerones are the official ambassadors for the UF Alumni Associations, but they are better known as
the tour guides of UF! Their recruitment theme and open house will be announced soon! Applications
will go live in January/February and will last for approximately 2 weeks. This is something to put in
your mind for the future!
6) Study Abroad Fair and General Involvement
Studying Abroad can be really cool, but do you know what is cooler? Going to the Study Abroad fair!
Here is the link to the event: https://goo.gl/vv7Fi9. If you want to get involved some very cool
organizations also, the Involvement Fair is just around the corner! Here is the link to that event:
https://goo.gl/oWx4D9. Lastly, Fraternity recruitment is around the corner. If you are interested,
please pay the $20 fee at the following link: https://florida.greeklink.com/. Also, utilize the Student
Activates and Involvement center located on the 3rd floor of the Reitz Student Union! They will
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Symbols In The Worn Path
The path that Phoenix takes through the woods and city combined with Eudora Welty use of
symbolism, characterization, illusion and imagery creates the theme of unconditional love that helps
Phoenix persevere through the Worn Path . Old Phoenix Jackson is on a quest to obtain medicine for
her grandson that takes place in the deep south during christmas time. She starts her journey on this
bright frozen december day . The warm colors associated with christmas time indicate happiness and
life while the cold weather and season change represents the threatening object on her path. Phoenix
with her head tied in a red rag is the tiny speck that hold the christmas spirit in a forest filled with big
green pines and white snow. Phoenix shares her name with the long lived mythical bird that is
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She continues on slowly in the dark pine shadow, moving little from side to side in her steps with the
balanced heaviness and lightness of a grandfather clock. Phoenix keeps trudging along the frozen
earth year after year in her infinite cycle. As Phoenix moves through the Worn Path she encounters
many obstacles each getting more fatal than the last. The natural setting puts these obstacles in her
way and could even be described as the antagonist in the story. She seems to overcome everything that
nature throws at her without a problem the; small animals, logs, hills, and even thorns. Opposed to the
man made objects that old Phoenix must battle against. If man, racism, or society was not there she
could maneuver the path just fine. When it starts to intrude the forest starting with a barbed wire fence
things get difficult. Barbed wire, very
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Essay about Richard as an Anti-hero
Richard as an Anti hero:
To what extent does Richard embody this archetype?
In William Shakespeare s play, Richard III, Richard is portrayed as physically deformed and
psychologically affected. It is believed that his inner soul is a reflection of his physical deformities.
Richard is considered as the protagonist of this play, however this is highly contradictive. A
protagonist is the hero of the story who exhibits characteristics of courage and perseverance, and is
admired for their brave deeds as well as their noble qualities. Richard however, contradicts the
character portrayal of a hero and demonstrates himself as the exact opposite: an anti hero. The play
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Richard says to Lady Anne: Your beauty was the cause of the effect:
Your beauty, that did haunt me in my sleep
To undertake the death of all the world,
So I might live one hour in your sweet bosom (1.2.126 129)
Richard takes a huge risk, handing Anne a knife and demanding she take away his life for he had
murdered both her father and husband. He insists to her it is only fair that she take his life in response.
Lady Anne rejects, falling for Richard s trap for she accepts his proposal of love. Richard succeeds in
manipulation. In the scene, Richard plays the role of a lover who will provide Anne with the emotional
support she would need; especially after suffering two loses. By persuading and manipulating Lady
Anne, Richard was able to get what he was really after; the power and a truce with the house of
Lancaster. This method of persuasion and manipulation are the basic fundamentals that Richard uses
on those he sees as useful in accomplishing his devilish deeds.
Family, loyalty, trust and marriage are some of the values and traditions that Richard ignores. Richard
acts like a caring brother (to Clarence), devoted lover, the innocent who is unjustly accused, a pious
man of God and the simple fellow who is too modest to become King (Cambridge 235). I will deliver
for you or else lie for you (1, 1,115.) are the exact words that Richard expresses to Clarence when
Clarence was being sent to the tower. As soon as Clarence is out of sight, Richard s
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What Is The Context Of Looking For Richard Resonate Over Time
Texts are shaped by their compositional context and thus offer new insights about the composer s era.
However, as there are ongoing concerns of humanity, key ideologies resonate over time and are
affirmed between texts as shown in William Shakespeare s play King Richard III (1591) and Al Pacino
s docudrama Looking For Richard (1996). King Richard III examines the irrational behaviours and
moral ramifications of a power lust Richard to explore ideas of the relentless pursuit of power,
betrayal and deceit, reflective of the theocentric context of the Elizabethan society. Centuries later,
Looking For Richard explores Pacino s journey to reshape a Shakespearean text that is representative
of the changing contextual norms and values of a contemporary American audience who are confused
and sceptical about the relevance of Shakespeare s plays. Both texts provide an image of Richard s
deceit reflective of their distinctive contexts. However, despite the disparity of time, both texts display
how key ideas such as deceit, endure and resonate over time.
Distinctive contexts have the capacity to offer new insights and understandings that can challenge and
drastically alter the portrayal of societal norms and values. Shakespeare critics the nature of the
relentless pursuit for power and authority and its effects, through the lens of Richard s ambitious but
deceitful actions, reflective in his opening soliloquy I am determined to prove a villain and now is the
winter of our
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National and Global Citizenship
Even if human societies, with their cultural traditions and societal aspects, vary around the world,
human beings are all connected, socially and biologically. All human beings share the same common
ancestor, and the same anatomical and physiological features, as stated in biology, and anthropology
reports. They also share distinguishing characteristics (basic emotions, self consciousness, language
and symbols), and common needs the need for communication, love, social interactions, food, and
shelter. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , All human beings are born free and
equal in dignity and rights. (Article1). And, as Thomas Jefferson once said, all men are created equal,
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Since I moved from Italy to the U.S. I made many cultural mistakes, took cultures for granted,
assigned stereotypes to people, misinterpreted conversations, and situations. I can still remember the
time when I smiled and hugged my Japanese friend to sooth away her aches. We were at the park with
our kids, and she was hit, right in the face, by my three years old son s soccer ball. My friend s
reaction to my gentle hug was quite surprising. Instead of hugging me back, she strongly pushed me
away, and told me to stop threatening her. After that episode we didn t speak to each other for weeks.
We were both really upset and confused. What went wrong between us? At that time, I didn t know
that Japanese people are reserved, shy, tend to control their feelings, and smile when they are angry.
On the other hand, my friend didn t know that Italians are extremely expressive when it comes to their
emotions, and consider smiling and hugging positive manifestations of feelings. When I smiled and
hugged my friend I made such a preventable mistake! I should have ask her if she needed a hug,
before hugging her. I should have been more aware of her feelings, and less about mine. I should have
known better. At that time my CQ was probably nonexistent! Cultural intelligence, or CQ, is a person
s ability to recognize and understand cultural
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Warehouse 13 Book Report
During this summer, my friends recommended that I watch a season of Warehouse 13 since I m fond
of science fiction movies, television shows, and books. I thought it was well made therefore I watched
all of the episodes and I love most of the seasons. The fifth season seemed rushed and was only six
episodes. Other shows I enjoy watching are Doctor Who, Supernatural, and The X Files but there s an
overabundance of episodes. Warehouse 13 is distinctive by seeing that it won t take up much time.
This show has five seasons and around sixty episodes. They last around forty minutes each so I
finished the series in two weeks. I normally don t binge watch; however, after seeing the Indiana Jones
based episode I finished fairly quickly.
I appreciate
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Adult Only Pool Case Study
Grey Oaks Adult Only Pool
Growing up, most summer days consisted of my mother waking up my brother and me early so that
we could be the first to arrive at the swimming pool in order to secure our chairs for the day. However,
most occasions we noticed that other people had the same idea. Once we finally found an ideal spot
for our family to lounge for the day, my brother and I had to face the crowd of children splashing in
the water. Each day the chaotic scene reoccurred. My mom frequently told me that the Grey Oaks
Homes would be building a new pool any day, since a second pool was one of the things my parents
were promised when they moved in. The year my parents built a new home in Grey Oaks, I was four
years old. Now, I am seventeen and have only seen the situation worsen. Each year, dozens of new
homes are built in my neighborhood, yet a singular pool remains. My proposal is that the Rodrock
Homes should build an Adult Only pool in the Grey Oaks neighborhood. ... Show more content on
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The resident, Stephanie Bidnick (resident for 12 years), manages a home daycare. She reported that
whenever she wants to take her daycare children swimming, she cannot go to the Grey Oaks pool
because of the overcrowding. She has tried taking her daycare children to the neighborhood pool, only
to encounter a terrible experience because she had trouble keeping track of her kids among the huge
crowd. I also interviewed a friend and current Grey Oaks resident, Jordan Dean. When asked about
her experiences at the pool she said, Usually when I decide to go to the pool I try to find a friends
neighborhood pool to go to because I can never relax at our Grey Oaks pool. Every time I want to get
in, I am getting splashed or jumped on by a younger
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Close Reading Of Mcteague
Humans are meant to empathize with one another, it is in the nature of people and it inherent to the
human psyche. Though, people attempt to cover up their empathy and show disinterest towards others,
the kind nature to feel bad for those lesser than ourselves tends to shine though. The narrator in the
passage, seemingly uninterested in McTeague s life, is actually wuite the opposite. Rather than turn a
blind eye to the life of McTeague, he actually seems to pity the man. This is shown through diction,
tone, and details presented to the reader in the text. Authors hand select words that match their ideas
and their goals for their writing, and this piece is no different. The narrator uses words that hail a
negative connotation. By presenting McTeague as Sluggish the reader is lead to believe that he is lazy
or inept. The narrator seems to hold an air of contempt and pity for McTeague, believing him to be
unintelligent and slow minded. The narrator also implies that he is poor by inferring that McTeague s
dreams were, well beyond his means (61 62). This brings on an air of sadness but hopeful. Despite the
narrator believing that McTeague is destitute, they still believe him to be hopeful and seemingly ...
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The author seems to be disenchanted with McTeague s life, rather deciding to sign on with a mild
interest, only to show his own pity for McTeague. The rambling description of McTeague s room is
done to show the absolute averageness of the parlor that homes the dentist. The tone created from this
is almost condescending but not quite there yet. Instead, the narrator simply drones on about the
simple treasures that McTeague holds dear to him. Hwoever, as the narrator does this, it seems as if
the narrator is beginning to pity him as each item is giving a description of why he needs it, and the
reason is often to please other people. The narrator is seen to pity McTeague, and this is done through
the tone set for the
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Health Insurance Coverage
Seven years ago, the first thing I had to accomplish after a few days of settling in the United States
was to submit my documents for health insurance coverage. Back then; I did not understand the
urgency of it, since in my home country, the Philippines, insurance coverage differed based on the
type of care delivered. Fee for service reimbursements are used for inpatient care, most day surgeries,
and ambulatory procedures, while primary care providers are reimbursed based on a capitation system.
There are no formal system sets deductibles or co payments for beneficiaries, but health care providers
are allowed to balance bill , charging patients the balance between what the Philippine Health
Insurance Corporation a tax exempt tax exempt, government owned and government controlled
corporation pays and the total cost of care. This is nonconforming of most government health
programs around the world and can lead to abuse by providers such as overcharging and what not.
Hence, the poorest of the country gets limited access. In the same manner, balance billing allows
providers additional cost recovery in the case that the reimbursement for services does not cover their
cost.
I did not give it much consideration in view of the fact that there are several hospitals and practitioners
abound and you can just choose which doctor suits your interests and budget as well. Fees are
straightforward for inpatient, outpatient, pharmacy and laboratory. Furthermore, since my husband
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How Successful Were The Suffragettes
Were the Suffragettes Successful?
The Suffragettes were formed by Emmeline Pankhurst in October of 1903 as the Women s Social and
Political Union (WSPU) and were essentially a new organisation based on the National Union of
Women s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS), whose members were known as Suffragists. The Suffragettes
are famous, or rather infamous, for their use of violence. Their motto was, after all, Deeds not Words .
Historians still argue today as to how successful they were in their own right, whether it was
inevitable for women to get the vote, and, if so, how much of a contribution the Suffragettes really
made. Many argue that it was womens effort in the First World War that made the most difference to
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Full electoral equality was not in place until the Representation of the People Act 1928. Both the
Suffragettes and the Suffragists celebrated up and down the country; the Act had been achieved after
tireless years of campaigning and four years of filling jobs left by men who went to war which, to
most, undeniably helped to convince Parliament to greater effect than the extreme activities of the
Suffragettes pre WW1. Many agree that the Suffragists efforts also played a very important role,
including Joyce Marlow, women s history writer, who wrote in Votes for Women (2000);
Some would argue including me that it was the moderates of the NUWSS, led by Millicent Fawcett,
who actually won the vote. In 1912, while the militants embarked on arson and bombing, the NUWSS
made a successful working alliance with the growing Labour Party. It was this group which
successfully lobbied for the 1918 Franchise
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The Automation And Its Effects On The Environment
If the automation in use does not demand a certain level of interaction or has presented several failures
of operation to the specific aviator in the past, the operator is prone to a more significant negative
event occurring in the future. This is due to the reliance and trust placed on the automation to
complete the task as designed (Geiselman et al., 2013). Consistent with the model is the idea that the
most likely scenario for complacency in the cockpit is prior to a very reliable system failing for the
first time (Parasuraman Manzey, 2010). Similar to complacency in automation is bias. Bias breeds the
misuse of automation through errors of omission and commission errors. Errors of omission are in
reference to the aircrew not taking action as directed by automation, while commission errors are
incorrect instructions provided by the automation that are acknowledged and followed by the operator
as directed (Parasuraman Manzey, 2010). Several human factors of bias exist that make it a difficult
problem to fix. The most common being that humans are typically drawn to situations that bias toward
automation is natural, such as; choosing a path requiring less effort, natural trust in a system that has
not failed previously, and the psychological effect of delegating tasks in a shared responsibility
environment (Parasuraman Manzey, 2010). Compounding on the issue is that bias does not appear to
be resolved by experience of the operator as it influences the natural human
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Watching The Republican Gop Debates
Watching the Republican GOP debates was very interesting, seeing how they are unique candidates. I
chose to watch the Republican debates because I am not familiar with the candidates as well as I
should be. The March 3rd and the March 10th debates enlightened me to their leadership styles, their
plan and their character in general. Let s get the most prominent and most talked about candidate out
of the way, Donald Trump. I should first say that I am not a fan by any means. With this being said, I
tried to watch the debates with an open mind and tried to look solely at his leadership style. I found
Trump to be very defensive, childish, inappropriate, and all over the place. During the debates he
loved to talk about how great he is; mentioning four times about his endorsements, about his great
friends, and his wealth. Needless to say, he was not able to sway me. I will admit, Trump has extreme
confidence. This is a great quality. However, he might just be too confident. It comes off as arrogant.
Confidence is great to a certain degree, but it can also get you in trouble. He feels he is the best and
everyone would listen to him because he is Donald Trump . He is so egotistical. There was one
question asked about how Trump would order the military to target families of suspected terrorist after
the military testifying the expansive use of torture is inexcusable and will refuse orders because they
are illegal. His response: They won t refuse; they won t refuse, believe me .
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No One Undersand Me Short Story
No one undersands me...My mind is flooded with endless thoughts and emotions. It s a ripple affect as
one drops it creates more and more but the difference is: It s an endless ripple. Each day I think of the
same idle or a new one, I try to compress it as a way to opress the notion of it, however, my mind
becomes crowded with more ideations. It s like a demon, one that I created, that revolves around my
eyes. I lost sight because of how pitch black it is and my eyes soon became adapted to it. My eyes
follow anything that moves around my mind, my legs begin to walk to running, and without sending a
signal my hands begin to reach for that motion. I find myself soon enough chasing what s been
running away from me, but what can it be? In reality, it s my sanity full of vanity but in actuality it s
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The question that emerged: Why don t I use my ears? I lost that sense from using my voice hiding to
the screeching of my mind telling me what to do...I tried to escape that one voice by overriding it with
my own, yet I lost that fight soon enough as well... My ears became deaf soon enough. I began to
envision questions before my blinded eyes : What do I have left? What I have lost? What am I
seeking? Am unconsiously self destructing? As these questions emerge the one that stands out to me
Have I failed my purpose of living? I live my life being distand trying to find the anwser. However,
what can I do with eyes blind to the light, ears deaf to my mind, a demon in my mind pulling stringles,
a body walking on its own, and all I have left is emotions, the tangible sense of the world, and the
sense to smell the fear I am covered in. But as time passes by I lose motivation to try... What can I do
with what I have left? Is the final question that emerges in the end of the day, before I close my eyes
and wake up to cage with time on the
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White Tail Deer Research Paper
Habitat
The White tail deer can often be found all over southern Canada and most parts of the United States.
Their range extends throughout Central America to Bolivia. This sophisticated animal s habitat range
is usually less than a square mile. Some of the White tail deer s habitats include grasslands, prairies
and plains, mountains, and forests. These deer prefer a more sheltered habitat; they often reside in
forests, including hardwoods, coniferous, and tropical forests. However they may reside in forests
such as tropical forests for a more sheltered habitat. The White tale deer can adapt to their many
habitats and they have incredibly strong muscles in their leg that allow them to run up to speeds such
as 30 miles per hour! This is quite an advantage when it comes to running from predators. The White
tail deer has quite simple needs for a healthy life. Shelter from harmful weather or predators, food and
water, and the space to find food and water, and to attract a mate.
White Tailed Deer Fun facts!
It is able to make vertical leaps over two and a half metres and horizontal leaps of nine metres
They can run at speeds up to 58 miles per hour
They are the most common large mammals in North America
They use their tail to communicate with other deer
Since the Deers eyes are on the side of its head it has a 310 degree vision without moving ... Show
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They do this to adapt to the colour of the current season they are in. This can benefit in many ways
such as camouflage or hide from predators. The White tails deer is an important part of the
environment as it is a good food source for bobcats, panthers, and coyotes. Another extremely
important role in the environment they play is eating invasive plant species since they are herbivores.
If the White tail deer was to be taken out of the ecosystem, a lot of these plants would invade or
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The Modern Identity Of The United States Of America
The modern identity of the United States of America is predicated on the notion that all men are
created equal. However, behind the idealism of aphorisms such as these found in America s founding
documents exists the truth of the American situation: that equality has exceptions. In the eyes of
Thomas Jefferson and other framers, all men were white landowners. The dichotomy of equality for
all men and the third estate was a feature of democracy in America for centuries and a defining
characteristic of the American South in particular. The belief in race based dichotomy was perpetuated
by the landed gentry of the South, the political elite, to the masses, establishing the rise of a
conservative base in the latter half of nineteenth century which hindered black civil rights for decades
and defines the enduring qualities of the Southern political ethos to this day. Alexis de Tocqueville, in
his book Democracy in America, states that while the [settlers] found themselves in analogous
situations...they governed themselves on different principles. In the settlement of the Southern
colonies of North America in the 1600s, an aristocratic society began develop from the cultivation of
crops. Land formed the basis of the aristocracy, which was supported by privilege from birthright and
inheritance (Serow). As plantations began to develop, their owners became the upper echelon of
Southern society, around which the majority of political activity was centered. Powerful voices
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Desert Desert Environment
The deserts of central Australia make up a unique ecoregion. As it may be properly assumed, an arid
desert environment is not easy to adapt to. Many different species, including birds, reptiles, mammals,
and various plants are able to thrive in such conditions. Human impacts on the island continent have
interrupted the success of some of these species. One group of species that have been very negatively
impacted by human interaction are small digging mammals. These mammals are typically small and
almost rodent like. Although small, digging mammals, such as Macrotis lagotis (the Greater Bilby),
have a large impact on the vegetation biodiversity of the ecoregion. They use their front paws to dig
into the ground while they search for food. In the process, diggings capture organic matter, provide
habitat for a diversity of microscopic and macroscopic organisms, and increase nutrient cycling.
Diggings also capture plant seeds, increasing seedling germination, recruitment, and plant growth. The
overall effect of mammal diggings is therefore increased plant vigor and resilience, increased
biodiversity and consequently improved ecosystem functioning (Fleming et al 2014). Due to various
impacts by human, these small mammals have quickly been declining. The large impact humans have
had on the small mammals is the introduction of invasive species. Felis catus (feral cat) and Vulpes
vulpes (fox) are overpopulated invaders who prey on species such as Macrotis lagotis and other small
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Paper Abstract Writing Through Editing Mechanis

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  • 2. Malawi Financial Scoping Survey On Micro, Small, And... CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Problem Background The Malawi financial scoping survey on micro, small, and medium enterprises (2012) shows that Malawi has close to 760, 000 small business owners generating annual revenue of about US$2billion, but 60 per cent of whom do not use financial services. The small business owners in Malawi are relatively young with an average age of 31 years, with 70 per cent of them having just primary education. The MSME sector creates employment for just over a million people. The 2012 MSME survey established that 59% of MSMEs were excluded from financial services, as opposed to 31% that are formally served by some sort of financial system, with the balance relying on informal services. Only 22% are banked. Over three quarters do not borrow funds, primarily because they doubt their ability to repay loans. Of those who borrow, informal credit systems tend to be the primary source of credit. The survey establishes that the smaller the business in terms of number of employees the less likely that the owner has or uses banking services to manage the finances of their business. In recognition of the role that SMEs play in the economy, the Government of Malawi has made the development of SMEs a priority MSME policy (2007). Small and medium enterprises play an important role in providing employment, improving people s livelihood and in the overall economy. It is therefore imperative that the MSMEs explore other cheaper means of finance e.g. equity, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Analysis Of Nathaniel Bacon s The Name Of The People In Bacon s Declaration in the Name of the People , Nathaniel Bacon lists every major offense of Sir William Berkeley, many of which collide with one another to display how the governor s actions and inactions built upon each other to create turmoil for the people of Virginia. However, Berkeley defends himself and proclaims Bacon a traitor in, The Declaration and Remonstrance of Sir William Berkeley his most sacred Majesties Governor and Captain Generall of Virginia . In order to gain the king s favor, both men write separate declarations, but one has everything to lose while the other has everything to gain. The first of the offenses listed by Bacon is the demanding of unjust taxes which are not being used to better the colony at least not for the underclass; thus, Berkeley has also been accused of abusing his power as governor. With the purpose of monetary gain, Bacon applies for a trading license but is denied by Berkeley and the council, which consists of many of Berkeley s cronies. This leads Bacon to make the allegation that Berkeley has made a monopoly of the beaver trade which is true but Berkeley only denied Bacon s request because he knew Bacon wanted more power and where there is money, there is power. In the midst of the two men s quarreling, the lower classes of Virginia are demanding land. They begin to migrate to Indian Territory and are consequently murdered by the Indians. Though there is an army at his command, Berkeley does not use them against the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Philosophy And Science Of The Same Breath The philosophers Leucippus and Democritus are constantly mentioned in the same breath. Since the bulk of their works did not survive the middle ages, we have only fragments and the writings of their peers and successors to tell us about their accomplishments and ideas. It is difficult to separate these two men because they are praised or critiqued as a unit by contemporaries and followers, but their exact relationship is unclear. Sources such as Diogenes Laertius do not link them as teacher and student, but rather as acquaintances. However, in Metaphysics, Aristotle refers to Democritus as Leucippus disciple , equating the two philosophers ideas of full and void (the idea of atoms and the space in which they move). But whatever their relationship, their legacy of atomism is an important one, and it has influenced philosophy and science down to the present day. There is comprehensive access to primary sources on these philosophers and their ideas through both the Perseus Digital Library and the Online Loeb Classical Library. The countless references to Democritus in Aristotle s work are available both in original language and translation, as well as passing references to Leucippus, Democritus, and their philosophy from authors such as Sextus, Diogenes Laertius and others. Although these primary sources are mostly fragmented quotes or philosophical rebuttals to Democritus and Leucippus works, they provide much needed information on early atomist thought. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Essay on APUSH DBQ- Hoover vs. Roosevelt DBQ #3 President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the thirty second president of the United States, was a central figure for the United States in the 20th Century. While leading his country out of The Great Depression, he also led the nation through World War II. Herbert Hoover, the thirty first President, led the country during the Great Depression and his policies enforced at that time eventually led to his downfall because of their inability to end the downward economic spiral. Both of these Presidents greatly contributed to the nation by using different policies and tactics that classified them as either liberal or conservative. Although there are some exceptions because of the acts passed by Hoover, the characterizations of President D. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a humanitarian, he gave much of his money to charity, encouraging the same from other Americans. One of his exceptions of being strictly conservative was in his public works programs. These programs were made to improve government properties, the most famous being the Hoover Dam. Although he showed a bit of a liberal side by improving government and participating in government programs, he still displayed many more conservative features than liberal. While President Hoover favored less government action in the fight against the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt was the complete opposite. After defeating Hoover in the 1932 presidential election, Roosevelt coined the phrase Happy Days Are Here Again because he planned on bettering the economy through experimentation with various new programs, or the New Deal programs (Doc H). These programs that originated during the Hundred Days possessed three main focuses: relief, recovery, and reform. These government involving programs proved that Roosevelt was more on the side of liberals than conservatives. Roosevelt also created National Works Administration, creating labor laws that recognized unions and set up Social Security which conservatives opposed. Also in the Glass Steagall Banking Reform Act, which limited commercial bank securities activities and affiliations between commercial banks and securities firms, Roosevelt ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Rules In Ayn Rand s Anthem Rules have been around since the beginning of time for the purpose of safety and control in a population. But, what happens when there are more rules in place for the sake of control as opposed to safety? The novel Anthem shows that when there are more rules for control of individuals minds, they will be broken because the individuals realize there is more to be discovered than what they are being told. This can be seen through the plot and climax, as well as in the characterization of the protagonist and antagonist, and through Equality 7 2521 s first person point of view. Throughout the plot of the story, we see Equality 7 2521 slowly begin to break small rules, then move on to break bigger ones because of the discoveries he has made from ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is important because as a reader I was able to see that when he broke rules he didn t guilty about it.( Rand 20) When Equality 7 2521 was alone in the tunnel he began to like the feeling of solidarity despite being told he would become evil if he was alone. ( Rand 65)By knowing what he is thinking I was able to see how he felt about his relationship with others, such as how he sees International 4 8818 as his friend (Rand 13) and how he ends up falling in love with Liberty 5 3000 despite it being forbidden to favor others. (Rand 77) It s especially important that the story was told in first person because we can see Equality 7 2521 s reaction to what he reads in the library at the house he and Liberty 5 3000 find after fleeing town. ( Rand 73) Equality 7 2521 beings to refer to himself as I instead of We . He finally understands that he possess his own body and spirit and doesn t have to do things for others unless he is willing to.( Rand 74) As a reader you can tell he was happy he broke all the rules that were oppressing him and realizes he never felt guilty and how it was a good thing.(Rand ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Givaudan Flavors PROC 5830 Pricing Case Study Title: Givaudan Flavors 1. Major Facts / Major Problems: * Givaudan is a major supplier of flavors to Tastyco, one of Givaudan s largest customers. * Geoff Morales has been the Tastyco account manager for three years, during which Geoff has increasingly grown volume and returned large profits for Givaudan. Geoff has not had to compete with other flavor suppliers and has been able to charge Tastyco high prices for both new and existing flavors. * Givaudan s R amp;D team has been working directly with the R amp;D team at Tastyco in a number of technical areas, including conducting Flavor 101 training. * Tastyco has a new Purchasing Manager Susan Challis who recently contacted Geoff ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... * Geoff presents these issues to his boss, Michael Alpharo, and suggests a price reduction on most of the existing flavors by 25%. Michael rejects a price reduction by explaining that while there is profit on variable costs, the fixed costs of manufacturing sites and the expertise of flavorists still needs to be covered. He also points out the investment in technical innovations and flavors library which shouldn t be given away for free. * Michael asks Geoff to put together some options to allow Givaudan to continue working profitably with Tastyco. To fully understand the value presented, Geoff schedules meetings with three Tastyco executives Jack Collins, Rick Miller, and Claire Hillman to realize the true value Givaudan offers to Tastyco. 2. Possible Solutions: For the purposes of these solutions, I assume the conversations with the three Tastyco executives Jack Collins, Rick Miller, and Claire Hillman have all taken place and have provided some insight into the perceived value of Givaudan at Tastyco. The solutions proposed below may be presented to Geoff s boss as potential paths forward. Solution A: Supported by feedback and perhaps direct inaction from the from the Tastyco executives, Geoff could develop a presentation that justifies the differential value provided by Givaudan and further ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Police Officers Research Paper Nonetheless Police officers abuse their authority causes negative outbreaks on social media. A negative outbreak caused by false information given to social media by police was a shooting that happened within my hometown, Stockton, California. A shooting occurred in downtown Stockton killing two innocent women and one man, one women being someone I knew. Police made the assumption that this was a gang affiliated crime because of the area and one of the victims. All three of these victims were African American and hung out with people who ran in gangs. Yet this didn t mean they were all part of a gang. The chief of the Stockton Police Department spoke up on the news about this shooting, stating this was a gang retaliation crime when honestly it wasn t. It simply was them being at the wrong place at the wrong time. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... People of color don t have a choice on what their skin color appears to be. Also people don t always get to have a choice on the clothing their expected to wear religiously. We simply don t have a choice of what we are profiled as or for. When someone sees an African American man; they assume that he steals or kills because of their ancestors pasted history. Not everything is seen for as black and white. Muslims are profiled racially as terrorist because of something their ancestors choose to partake in not them. The event of 911 change everyone s perspective on how they choose to look at people as. Now when someone see a Muslim at an airport, they automatically assume they are a terrorist based of racial profiling. Not only are we guilty of racial profiling, but so are police officers. As we know there has been many cases of people being victims of police brutality based on profiling. Indeed, these cases are based on religion, race, background, and so on. Yet also seems to be based on what police officers believe and assume. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. My Career In Nursing During my long journey in nursing school, I realized that the idea I had of the nursing career and the reality of it are two different things. Before starting in this path the only knowledge that I had about the medical field was of caring and helping some sick family members. Eventually, those experiences awoke a feeling in me to help those in need. Later on, that feeling turned into a calling, and that was what influenced me to pursue a career in nursing. Nursing is the nation s largest health care profession. At all times more nurses are needed to meet the growing demand for nursing care. But in order to be a nurse you cannot enter into this profession with a money sign on your head. People are not machines. What guide my practice are my personal philosophies, which are centered on my strengths beliefs and personal values. Personally, I think that to be in this field of work you need patience and critical thinking. Nurses need to be caring, and we need to be prepared to handle any type of situation. In the health care field is important to use a hands on approach. Nurses are not machines we are human beings. It is important to treat our patients as human beings too, with a caring touch and respect (Cable, 2009). Nurses act as patient advocates we are their voice, we need to be sure to meet all our client needs within our scope of practice. As nurses we need to put our cultural values aside and use ethical values, we cannot be judges or juries. I am going to use my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. What Does Ted Mean To Me They say to not judge a book by its cover, but don t we all? I mean think about it, you see a raggedy dog on the street and automatically thing it s got rabies or something. Even though in reality it just escaped its owners home. I have something like this, my teddy bear, his name is Mr. Ted. Now Mr. Ted is not that cute anymore but he helps me sleep, he s been through a lot with me, and I got him from my great grandmother. Ted has a special meaning to me because he helps me get to sleep. Even though I may be too old for a stuffed animal, I sometimes need him. He is shockingly still super soft and loveable. I am sometimes too worried to go to sleep, there s Ted. I had an emotional day, Ted. Say I am in a fight with my best friend, once again there s Ted. I rely on Ted to get me to sleep when I can t do it myself. As you can see any bad day or feeling comes back to Ted. Mr. Ted has and will always help me get to sleep when I don t feel great, and I kind of hope that doesn t change. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ted has gotten me through a lot, especially recently. This past January I had multiple deaths in my family. All though it, any chance I had, I was with Ted. I would keep him in my mother s car because I had to drive back and forth from Williamsburg to Portsmouth so much, he went through those tough times with me. Now when I was about seven or eight, the house I lived in caught fire, I left Ted at the house. A few days later we could go inside, I worried about ted. He was supposed to be there with me at such a young, ripe age I couldn t handle being at family s house without him. Needless to say he was there, just had to be dry cleaned and I made it through the months of living in a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Macbeth And The Importance Of Being Earnest The Importance of being Earnest by Oliver Wilde and Macbeth by William Shakespeare are two plays that have characters that deviate from their gender roles, particularly the females. During the times when both plays were written, men were expected to be the dominant figure in the relationship, the head of the household, while the female counterpart was expected to be demure and submissive. Both plays explore deviating from such social norms and use the concept of nature to show whether such actions are acceptable or not. In The Importance of being Earnest , Wilde uses nature to question the accuracy of gender roles by associating the male characters with unnatural actions, portraying them as inadequate leaders, while making authoritative ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lady Bracknell is the most authoritative character in the book, and has a fair amount of the jurisdiction over her household, such as when she states that when Gwendolen is engaged she or her husband will inform [her] of the fact , which is odd as the male head of the household is usually the one who decides these decisions back in Victorian England. Lady Bracknell is also shown to be ambitious, a trait commonly associated with men, as she views marriage as nothing but a means of gaining social standing, and states that she had no fortune of any kind when she married Lord Bracknell, suggesting that she seduced him into marrying her. Gwendolen is also an authoritative figure in the play, shown when she essentially demands that Jack must propose to her properly. Gwendolen also states that her father outside of his family s social circle is entirely unknown and that is how it should be as the home seems to be the proper sphere for a man. And certainly, once a man begins to neglect his domestic duties he becomes painfully effeminate . This quote essentially states that the natural duty of a man is to be at home and take care of the domestic chores, something that is commonly only meant for women in Victorian England, and implies that it is the natural duty of the woman to hold positions of power outside of the house which is commonly what men are supposed to do, showing that the reversal and deviation of gender roles in this play is natural. The male characters are often associated with unnatural acts, the most prevalent one being the act of deceit. Both protagonists, Jack and Algernon are almost consistently lying to the people around them, to the point that even they themselves think that being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Why Is Thomas Aquinas Important In Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica, St. Thomas enters into multiple discussions on the essence and nature of humans, God, and everything else in between. Thomas explores questions that are seen by others as too arduous to explore due to complicated sophistication and/or various complex thought experiments. Nonetheless, Thomas tackles such difficulties and breaks it down in his own style with help from others who have embarked on the same treacherous journey. With a lot of help from Aristotle, specifically, Thomas equates many of his ideas about life to Aristotle s previous works. Thomas even gives multiple commentaries on Aristotle s work, not something that most people can put on their résumé. It s quite simple to see how brilliant Thomas ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The objector suggests that the law itself directs man in his actions, which to the objector, seems to be concerned only with particular matters. It is then concluded that the law is directed to some particular good, not the common good. Following that argument, I would explain to the objector that particular goods are involved in striving toward a larger goal. For instance, if my goal is to eat food, I may occupy myself with the particular medium of cooking for myself, venturing to a restaurant, mooching off of my friend, or whatever else seems to fit the mood at that moment. Just because the end goal is concerned with a particular doesn t mean the subject s mindset is contained to those individual particulars. Particulars in every circumstance do in fact strive for an end of some sort. To break this down further, let us take for example the basic law to not kill. In the United States, the law is that people drive on the right side of the road. In other countries, it may be on the left side. This specific law is aimed at the end of not killing, which in turn promotes human flourishing. Thus, we can conclude that rules for driving on the opposite sides of the road is aimed at the end of a common good. The objector is saying that laws are concerned only with a particular matter or a particular good. Following that logic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Greed In John Steinbeck s The Pearl Throughout his life, Kino has been searching for pearls to make him rich without success until one fateful day when the poor pearl diver finds a perfect pearl in John Steinbeck s The Pearl. However, the pearl he has found glows with a kind of evil that will tear the village apart from its greed. This story shows that greed can make any man evil, and can tear people apart from the ones they love. In the beginning of the story, Coyotito, the baby, gets stung by a scorpion. When taken to the doctor, the doctor refuses to heal him, saying, Have I nothing better to do than cure insect bites for little indians ? I am a doctor, not a veterinary. (11). Later in the book however, when Kino finds the pearl, the doctor was very quick to help the baby, showing immediate interest when saying, You have a pearl?, a good pearl? (35). Kino goes on to say that he will pay the doctor for healing the baby once the pearl is sold. This shows that the doctor is overcome by greed, and, once reluctant to heal Coyotito, is now very willing to heal him because of the promise of money from the pearl. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Juano suggests that they should throw the pearl back into the water because of the terrible things that it has done to their family. By this point, Kino has also been engulfed by greed, and disagrees with her, wanting to keep the pearl so his family can be rich and so he can afford a good education for his son. In the night while Kino is sleeping, Juana takes the pearl outside to throw back into the ocean. Kino wakes up and when he finds out, he is flooded with anger. In the book, it is described that, He leaped at her and caught her arm and wrenched the pearl from her. He struck her in the face with his clenched fist and she fell among the boulders, and he kicked her in her side (59). This shows that greed for the pearl made him hurt his own ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Sling Shot Theory Of Ethical Responsibility For Public... Ethics Speaking with ethical responsibility is huge for public speakers because it helps them connect with almost every member of the audience. You do not want to exclude any member by making a remark of a certain race, or gender because this will lose you a lot of support; thus, making your claims not be taken seriously. Too much ethical responsibility, soon turns into political correctness. Which soon people get tired of as seen in the last Presidential race. As Professor Jordan Peterson stated this happened because of the Sling shot theory. This theory claims that the nation became so Politically correct under Obama. With Caitlyn Jenner, winning female of the year among other things. The nation was ready for something more intense. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Everyone has been told since they were a kid to show good listing skills well to listen ethically this is true. Someone that listens ethically is someone that pays attention, someone that dissects every piece of information to come to their own conclusion. These people do not have distractions around them, or put themselves somewhere to be distracted. The have their undivided attention solely on the speaker. While you are listing use critical thinking decide how this plays apart in your life, or someone else s; use good judgement on how factual the evidence is. Try not to jump to conclusions or stereotype the speaker. This will blind you if any good evidence is brought up because you have already made your decision about this person. Show you are alert and paying attention with correct posture. Finally provide some feedback from time to show the speaker you comprehend what they are saying. This will show the respect you are showing the speaker. So, after reading this quick summary of the ethics for both public speakers, and listeners. You should have an idea of how to speak and listen ethically. This is not always done correctly. Even at the top level again you can see this when Presidential Candidates argue back and forth, or two CEO s are going back and forth. However, speaking and listening ethically will get your point across faster, and much better, along with earning ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Descriptive Essay About Cats I hated cats, I disliked the way they smell or always want to cuddle and how they like to dig their sharp claws into your leather chairs. Everybody has their Monday rituals, sometimes it s coffee or jogging through the park, but mine is a little out of the ordinary. Each day, my ritual begins at six in the morning with me walking my ten cats down Canal Street to Pet Central to buy cat food. I used to despise cats until I became their caretaker after a tragedy. This is my story about how I became the man on Canal Street with 10 felines. I remember going over to my Mom s apartment on that cold and soggy day in the middle of Fall. As I entered the house the foul smell of felines engulfed my nose and I began to sneeze all over my Mother s furniture. I yelled to the top of my lungs I HATE CATS! to which she scolded me and said At least they keep me company unlike you in a sarcastic voice. Then she went into the kitchen to retrieve the roast she had been preparing all day. The smell of the golden roast helped me forget the stench of her cats. As we ate she told me about her day and how she had bought a new cat, to which I replied in a frustrated tone, You need to stop with all this cat stuff, I lost count after 7 and it can t be healthy for your breathing with all this dandruff and cat hair floating in the air I stammered. She bypassed my remark, then blurted out I invited you over because something happened today at then doctor s office which puzzled me because usually I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Apple Computer vs Microsoft Introduction: It seems that the competition that has been brewing between Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) has never really died down from the late 1970s, even as both companies have had ups and downs in the stock market and in the consumer products market as well. Apple Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., was a copyright infringement lawsuit in which Apple Computer sought to prevent Microsoft and Hewlett Packard from using visual graphical user interface (GUI) elements that were similar to those in Apple s Lisa and Macintosh operating systems. Some critics claimed that Apple was really attempting to gain all intellectual property rights over the desktop metaphor for computer interfaces, and perhaps all GUIs, on personal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The district court had to grapple with graphical user interfaces in the first instance and for the first time, with a claim of copying a computer program s artistic look as an audio visual work instead of program codes registered as a literary work. In this case there is also the unusual, added complexity of a license that arguably covers some or most of the allegedly infringing works. The district court therefore had to cut new paths as it went along; we have the luxury of looking at the case at the end of the trip. From this vantage point, it is clear that treatment of ,Apple s GUIs, whose visual displays are licensed to a great degree and which are a tool for the user to access various functions of a computer in an aesthetically and economically pleasing way, follows naturally from a long line of copyright decisions which recognizes that works cannot be substantially similar where analytic dissection demonstrates that similarities in expression are either authorized, or arise from the use of ,common ideas or their logical extensions. Therefore they hold: (1) Because there was an agreement by which Apple licensed the right to make certain derivative works, the district court properly started with the license to determine what Microsoft was permitted to copy. Infringement cannot be founded on a licensed similarity. We read Microsoft s license as the, district court did, to cover visual displays not the Windows 1.0 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Piaget Cognitive Theory And Social Learning Theory Piaget s Cognitive Theory and Social Learning Theory Defined Theories of cognition assumes that conscious thinking is the basis for almost all behavior and emotions (Hutchinson, 2015). A central concept in Piaget s theory is that a schema (a person s own interpretation of the world) is developed through one of two things; social learning, which is when one watches and absorbs the experience of others or through direct learning, which is when one watches and absorbs from their own experiences (Hutchinson, 2015). Individuals are expected to develop schemata as a means of maintain a psychological equilibrium. An experience that one cannot assimilate creates anxiety, and their schemata are adjusted to create new experiences and restore oneself back to a state of equilibrium. Another one of Piaget s theory to reduce the cognitive development of egocentricity, which is self centeredness (Hutchinson, 2015). Jean Piaget discovered that our capacity for reasoning is developed in four stages: sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operations, and formal operations stage (Hutchinson, 2015). Sensorimotor (birth to 2 years) is when and infant gradually learns to coordinate sensory and motor activities, and develops a beginning sense of objects existing apart from self. Preoperational stage (2 to 7 years) is when a child starts to discover rules that they can apply to new information, sometimes they can over complicate the rules which leads to them making mistakes. Concrete operations ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Complex And Interesting Optical Properties Essay The complex and interesting optical properties can be shown clearly on Nanostructured metals the collective oscillations of the conduction electrons termed plasmons lead to most striking phenomenon encountered in these structures are resonances . Plasmon modes exist in a number of geometries and in various metals most importantly in noble metals such as gold, copper and silver. Under certain circumstances plasmons are excited by light, which leads to strong light scattering and absorption and an enhancement of the local electromagnetic field. In 1989, based upon calculations, Neeves and Birnboim proposed that a composite spherical particle with a dielectric core and a metallic shell could produce SPR modes with a much larger range of wavelengths. The first nanoshells were made by Zhou et al. In the 1990 s. They used a Au2S core surrounded by a gold shell. Variations of these shells made it possible to shift the standard gold colloid plasmon resonance peak from ~520 nm up to ~900 nm. There was a limit however, of less than 40 nm on the size of nanoshell that they could achieve due to the chemistry of their synthesis reactions. The process also produced large amounts of gold colloid as a secondary product which gave an additional absorption peak at ~520 nm. Halas and coworkers synthesized a new type of gold nanoshell that overcame many of the limitations of the Au2S core type nanoshell. The new method replaced the Au2S core with a silica core and made it possible to exert ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Analysis Of The Sides Of Paradise By F. Scott Fitzgerald Eric Easter Erin Brescia Literature 221 22 March 2015 Amory Learns the Ropes of Love and Money and Peace Romanticism in a young man s life can be complicated involving love and money. Amory is caught in the midst of balancing the two. Literary realism is a movement which began in France and eventually came to America as a response to the romantic era in which characters, settings, and plots were all rather idealized and pretty in some way. Literary realism is a movement which began in France and eventually came to America as a response to the romantic era in which characters, settings, and plots were all rather idealized and pretty in some way. In The Sides of Paradise by F. Scott Fitzgerald, in 1913 at age seventeen, Amory enters Princeton University. In his freshman year, he lives with Kerry Holiday and Tom D Invilliers and he begins a friendship with Alec Connage. Amory begins to write poetry and vows to make more of his abilities in his sophomore year primarily concerned with his own accomplishments. The romanticism in the story goes back and forth between the Amory entering the school and growing up experiences with his wealthy mother. Amory begins to fit in and the story focuses on his accomplishments. Around this time World War had began and it may have had a fair amount of effect towards Amory. World War I started on July 28, 1914, when Austria Hungary announced war on Serbia. This apparently little clash between two nations spread quickly: soon, Germany, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Characterization Of Ramayana Ram Every one has a Ram within. What is Ram? A person, a hero, a god or just a concept? Ram could have traits of what we define as Ravana and Sita. Ramayana is a myth that shows different traits as different characters. People have translated it in their own ways most commonly Ram to be the hero, the braveness; Sita to be a victim, the weak one; Ravana to be the villain, the bad side. Everyone could have all of these traits together. It is how you behave differently to each person in your life. And how you react in every situation. This paper is trying to explore the different sides to a character through Ramayana. This paper takes the approach where characters of Ramayana are concepts. It also explores Characters in different relations; as a son, a husband, a brother, and a king. Concepts meaning traits found in the person. It could be something Ram stand for. Trying to question the hero (Ram), the victim (Sita) and the villain (Ravana) of the story. It also addresses a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But was the myth only about Ram? Did the other characters have no role at all? Were they not important enough or worthy enough? Over the years there have been different telling of Ramayana. The word telling is used instead of version because version is used when you have an original but nobody knows where did the Ramayana originate. And as times changed people have adapted the Ramayana according to their surroundings. The story may be the same in every Ramayana, but the discourse may be vastly different. Even the structure and sequence of events may be the same, but the style, details, tone, and texture may be vastly different. Devdutt Patnaik as well has a slightly different take on Ramayana as well. He does not portray Ram to be a hero, Sita to be a Victim and Ravana to be a villain but Ram is a god, Sita is the goddess, Ravana is just a Brahmin who fails to expand his mind. He describes Ramayana not as Rams journey but as the story of Sita and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Description Of An Assembly Line Simulation Within The... Witness is a software package which allows for simulations of manufacturing processes to be created and in turn allows the user to gain a greater understanding of the aforementioned process. Witness is useful when being utilized to simulate a process with a desired outcome in mind therefor allowing a user to identify any issues that arise during the manufacturing process. The software package essentially allows issues in a manufacturing process to be addressed and solved before significant resources are spent developing a non viable process. Witness can save manufacturing companies both time and resources by minimalizing the quantity of issues faced in developing a new process. This report will detail the construction of an assembly line simulation within the Witness software package. The simulation will have the following attributes: Three categories of pan will be produced on an assembly line (type A, type B and type C). These pans will be available in a pre determined variety of colours (Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Magenta). Following the pressing, colouring, coating and assembly processes the pans will be organized and arranged according to colour. The original model will be improved upon in an attempt to address a quality problem (reject product). The production line will be edited in order to pack the pans in sets of three, one of each size (type A, type B, type C). The colours are required in the following proportions: Red 35% Yellow 11% Green 6% Blue 26% Magenta 20% ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Gun Control And The Second Amendment Samuel Wurzelbacher, AKA Joe the Plumber, watched Richard Martinez mourn over the death of his only son who was shot in the Isla Vista rampage. He responded to Richard Martinez with an open letter on a website, Barbwire.com, saying : I am sorry you lost your child. I myself have a son and daughter and the one thing I never want to go through, is what you are going through right now. But: as harsh as this sounds your dead kids don t trump my Constitutional rights. This is the type of thing that people find so terrible about the Second Amendment; because pro gun zealots use the Second Amendment to protect their immoral actions, but this is their twisted and corrupted interpretation on the meaning and intent of the Amendment because this is in no way the original premise of the Second Amendment. The right to bear arms laid out in the Second Amendment is just because guns are weapons for self defense. Precautions are taken on gun control, such as keeping a permanent record of all gun sales, requiring a license and certain mental certifications, and only allowing certain guns to be distributed to the public. Although some may argue that they can also be used to kill the innocent, the removal of guns from the possession of certified citizens will not stop crime, murder, or the death of innocents because guns are not the only weapons capable of these deaths. First of all, the right to bear arms is just because guns are weapons of self defense, and can be used to prevent the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Risk Management. Junior Florentville. Medgar Evers College. Risk Management Junior Florentville Medgar Evers College Risk Management Risk management is a process for identifying, assessing and prioritizing risks of different kinds. Once the risks are identified, the risk manager will create a plan to minimize or eliminate the impact of negative events. A variety of strategies is available, depending on the type of risk and the type of business. There are a number of risk management standards including those developed by the Project Management Institute the International Organization for Standardization the National Institute of Science and Technology and actuarial societies. Organizations uses different strategies in proper management of future events such as risk assumption, risk avoidance, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The creative process includes brainstorming sessions where the team is asked to create a list of everything that could go wrong. All ideas are welcome at this stage with the evaluation of the ideas coming later. Risk identification more disciplined process involves using checklists of potential risks and evaluating the likelihood that those events might happen on the project. Some companies and industries develop risk checklists based on experience from past projects. These checklists can be helpful to the project manager and project team in identifying both specific risks on the checklist and expanding the thinking of the team. The past experience of the project team, project experience within the company, and experts in the industry can be valuable resources for identifying. Qualitative risk analysis the reason that a qualitative method is more commonly used than a quantitative method is because of the difficulty of assigning monetary values to assets, calculating the percentage of damage that could be endured and deriving the probability of frequency of a threat becoming realized. Quantitative risk analysis uses percentages formulas and monetary values. The most commonly known and understood formulas are the single loss expectancy and the annualized loss expectancy methods. Risk response planning is the process of developing options to minimize threats and maximize opportunities. The risk response should be in line with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Essay On The Journey Of The Cliffss Torin maneuvered the small skiff to the narrow white sand beach directly below the imposing cliff which rose nine hundred and twenty two feet above the shore. These sea cliffs were some of the highest on the British mainland. Duncan and Torin leaped out of the boat to pull it to shore. Duncan extended his hand to Adaira to steady her as threw her leg over the high gunwale of the craft. This is a beautiful secluded little beach, but I don t see any stairs to reach the top of cliffs. To anyone unfamiliar with my parents home you won t see the way above. If you walk to the base of the cliffs during the low tide there is a small ancient entrance hidden among quartzite rock. Torin pointed to a spot at the base of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Easy for you to say, you don t have a fear of heights or more precise a fear of being close to the edge with huge dropout. Ye have nothing to fear, both Torin and I will have a hold on ye. No harm will come to ye. Trust is hard to give when your brain isn t thinking, rational and your stomach wants to do back flips. Where the hell are the lights down here? Are ye thinking of the climb or something else lass? Besides, electric lights were not invented for another eight hundred years when this passage way was built by the original Selkie clan. Well, we have had the benefit of electricity for two hundred years now, it s about time you guys get an upgrade for the bat cave or should I say the Selkie cave? Other than electric lights how about some of those battery operated headlamp thingy s? If we had human s visiting my parent s home often we probably would have put a light up, but as I said only a few humans have ever come to my parents home by way of the hidden cave entrance. I hope Gunnar appreciates what I am willing to do to help you retrieve him from this desolate area of Scotland. If he doesn t I will chastise him and make him see the error of his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Money Graphic Design Research Paper A career is the most important part in surviving life because it helps get money,a home,and gives a chance to do something big.It helps people earn money to be used for many things.It can be used to buy a car if a person wanted for just driving and to show off or if they need it for driving long distances for driving to work,work related objectives,or if needed to use for important family reasons.It can,also,be used to pay for paying for house payments or apartment rent so that they can pay to have a place to live and not to be a homeless hobo. Money can be used to buy food to feed oneself and/or others.People use money to buy take out food,such as,cheeseburgers from Burger King,pizza from Pizza Hut,Mcnuggets from McDonalds,and much more.Money ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They use creativity for web design.They make cool designs for Google,Bing,and other popular websites.They design the main pages for companies and corporations to look formal and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Mccarthyism In The Crucible In Arthur Miller s powerful play The Crucible, written in 1953 as a allegory and metaphor for the McCarthy hearings on communism in America, the idea of conscience is greatly emphasized in many of the main characters. Arthur Miller wrote the play The Crucible in response to the red scare of the 1950 s, in which he was was condemned for disrespect disapproval of the United States Congress for being unsuccessful in naming numerous individuals who had attended meetings with him. In a bid to not only secure his career as a journalist and playwright and also to alert the American people against the government misinformation and propaganda that were headed their way. The characters in the play are faced with the same tragedies and sentences ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is a metaphor because the people are so in a frenzy that it is as if they are eating the news. This is an example of a colorful metaphor; they can also characterize, depending on who is using the most metaphors. Parris s colorful language is appropriate for a preacher, he uses many metaphors for example, This way, unconfessed and claiming innocence, doubts are multiplied, many honest people will weep for them, and our good purpose is lost in their tears (Act 4). This quotes allows Parris s point to continue in a nonliteral way. Reverend Parris is used to using words in order to make his point, he likes to exploit words like he exploits people. While he is not the only one to use metaphors, his tendencies are to whip up emotions to suit his purposes. Parris not only is a great examples of metaphors but Elizabeth comes with great illustration; in act 4 Elizabeth states i have read my heart three month... i have sins of my own court . In each case, these metaphors also are useful for characterization; They demonstrated how she is thoughtful, repentant, and self sacrificing. People within the play are generally under stress, and experiencing a period of great difficulty. They speak in colorful language because dramatic times call for dramatic languages. The Crucible was an act of desperation; Miller was fearful of being identified as a covert Communist if he should protest too strongly. He could not find a point of moral reference ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. What Are The Importance Of The Olympic Games Olympic Games: In order to honor the Greek god Zeus, Greeks held what is known as the Olympic Games, they were held every four years. These games attracted people from all over Greece, large crowds would gather to watch the many different sports. The largest and most important of the Olympic games were held at Olympia. Olympia was very special to the Greeks because it was known as the most important sanctuary of Zeus. It was very important to offer gifts, take oaths and make sacrifices in front of Zeus statue as a sign that they would obey all rules. These customary games were announced by couriers, who would travel to every major Greek city, and special provisions where even made to protect those who traveled to see or participate in the games at Olympia. Equestrian Events: In a special arena called a hippodrome, the most popular sport of chariot racing took place. Chariot racing was a sport that only the affluent took part in, as the costs of maintaining horses and a chariot was very expensive. Chariots had other uses though; they were used to lead soldiers into battle, other sports events and even for the funerals of champions. The chariot vase shown on in our reading perfectly depicts the authenticity of chariot racing. Horseracing came soon after, due to the popularity of chariot racing. Combat Sports: Boxing, wrestling and another form of wrestling known as pankration (a mixture of boxing and wrestling) were very popular sports events. It was the most violent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Compare And Contrast Fargo And No Country For Old Men The auteur theory is best described as a director taking the role of author. Auteur comes from a French word, meaning author or originator. Just as a reader can detect patterns in written works of the same author, viewers can detect patterns in films directed by the same director(s), if they re auteurists. They control as many aspects of the film as they can in order to fully embed it with their vision. The Coen brothers do just that; they, down to the writing of the script, work to control many of the elements of their films. The patterns and style, though with slight alterations with time, carry over in their many works. Fargo (1996) and No Country for Old Men (2007), though almost ten years apart, still adhere quite strongly to the same patterns and style typical of the Coen brothers. In watching these films back to back, the similarities are much more apparent, but are definitely not discreet enough to go unnoticed if watched ten years apart. Both Fargo and No Country for Old Men exhibit main characters, depicted as the average Joe, who are wound up into a complex scheme of murder and mayhem. They both, however, don t initially appear to be too complicated. In Fargo, the audience is presented with a nervous and stuttering car salesman who seems to be in over his head with debt. He concocts what seems to be an easy ploy of the mock kidnapping of his wife to get some fast cash off of his father in law. What Jerry doesn t account for is the long string of murders that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Comparing the Quest in M. Butterfly and American Beauty The Quest in M. Butterfly and American Beauty Happiness is defined as enjoying, showing, or characterized by pleasure; joyous; contented. Based on this definition we all search for happiness our entire lives. Two very different stories address this idea of the quest for happiness. M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang is the story of a man named Gallimard who is longing for his love Butterfly to return to him. John Deeney describes it as him, clinging to his idea of a Perfect Woman to the end by costuming himself into the victimized Butterfly though his final suicide. Although Gallimard s infatuation with Song sometimes makes him cut a rather ridiculous figure, his dead seriousness at the end evokes a certain amount of pathos and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Not only is he using Gallimard for the government, but also for the control he has over him. Song knows that Gallimard thinks he is the perfect woman. He allows him to believe this for more than twenty years during their affair. It was not until the end that Song told Gallimard the truth. Song lived most of her life as a lie, only because she thought it was making her happy. On the other side of Song s insecure image was his lover Gallimard. Gallimard first lived a happy life with his lover Song. He changed his whole life and even got a promotion because of his new attitude. Not praising himself he said, It is because of you that I was promoted tonight. You have changed my life forever. My little Butterfly, there should be no more secrets: I love you (Meyer 1233). Gallimard truly loved Song and after finding out that Song was really a man, he was crushed. He was ridiculed everywhere because people could not understand how he did not know he was dating another man. He replied, This is the ultimate cruelty, isn t it? That I can talk and talk and to anyone listening, it only air too rich a diet to be swallowed by a mundane world. Why can t anyone understand? That in China, I once loved, and was loved by, very simply, the Perfect Woman (Meyer 1250). After all of his searching for his Butterfly and to find out that she was really a man crushed any happiness in his life. In the end, he said: Death with honor is better than ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism Essay No.1 Weber has been considered as an expert on origination of capitalism. His most famous work is The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. Weber thesis regarding capitalism is rather considered as an argument counter to Marxist thesis (which was regarding primacy of base over superstructure). Weber discussed in his book that capitalism was resulted by Protestantism which was a religious movement or more specifically speaking Calvinism. However any Calvinist who has gone through catechism would have known that seeking a sign of selection by God in economic success, is not a right thing to do; therefore it is a travesty to Weber s thesis (Kilcullen, 1996). One expects Weber to Capitalism is a result of Protestantism or to be more specific, Calvinism. Calvinism believes God has granted few with salvation whereas others have to go through damnation. This virtue isn t dependent on their good or bad actions/ deeds but because God wanted it in a certain way. This belief made believers of Calvinism worried about their salvation and made them invest more efforts into economic success. This, in turn, made them believe that they were the chosen favourites of God. Furthermore, the profits made by Calvanists were re invested into the business for further profits rather than self indulgence. Hence, the concept of Protestant ethic came into place which generally refers to desire of having enormous economic success and will of working hard. This concept of work ethic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Differences Between Buddhism and Hinduism Essay Both Buddhism and Hinduism are well known religions. They are two of the most popular polytheistic faiths in the world. Some people believe them to be sects of the same religion, but they are mistaken. Buddhism and Hinduism have some similarities, but many things set them apart from each other as well. They are each their own religion in many aspects. Buddhism and Hinduism come from the same region, India. Both of them are very focused on nature, the things around them, though they both believe in several hells and heavens, or higher and lower worlds. They both believe in karma which is the affect a person s actions in this life will change his next life. Another point is that both religions focus on peace, and non violence towards all ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hindus believe in the four stages of life, but the Buddha do not share that believe. Whereas the Buddhists believe in the concept of Bodhisattvas, or the enlightened existence, but the Hindus do not. Buddhists must believe that the Buddha, Sangha, and Dhamma are the three most important requirements on the eightfold path, or the principal teachings of the Buddha. Hinduism has many different paths of self realization. Both religions believe in karma and reincarnation, but their terms and conditions vary, different in as many ways as they are similar. Buddhists have no priests or rituals like the Hindus do. Also, in the Buddhist religion, any follower than achieve Nirvana, but in the Hindu religion, only the Brahmins, or priests, could achieve moksha, the Hindu equivalent of Nirvana. Another large difference is that Buddhists do not believe in the Caste System, a main factor in Hinduism. This is one of their largest differences. Hinduism does not know their original creator, unlike most other religions; they ve lost any information about their founder over the many years, whereas the Buddhists know their creator, Buddha. Buddhism is a much younger religion than Hinduism. The two religions are very much different. Both religions came from the same soil, in what is now known as India. They ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Research Paper On Poodle The poodle originated in Germany in the late middle ages, as a water retriever. Its name in English derives from the German Pudelhund, or dog that splashes in the water. In France, where the dog quickly rose in prominence to become the national breed, its name was caniche, a play on the word for duck, canard: a duck dog. The miniature and toy sizes were bred down from the standard shortly after ward, making the poodle unique, differing from most other large breeds that have only been recently miniaturized. Sketches by Albrecht Durer establish the poodle as a sleeve dog a dog used to warm the hands within the large sleeves of a person s garment as early as the 15th century. By the 18th cen tury, it had become a favorite pet of the Spanish and French royal families. Its early use ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The need for regular grooming to keep the poodle s coat in order may explain another reason for the breed s popularity: The claims that the poodle is hypo allergenic. Although all dogs produce dander, an enzyme in the dog s saliva that gets deposited on the fur as he licks himself, poodles tend to be brushed and bathed more frequently than other breeds, hence causing fewer allergy symptoms in their owners. Yet another reason for the breed s popularity is its keen intelligence. The poodle has been employed as a circus and street performer for hundreds of years, learning to do calisthenics and parlor tricks; one famous nineteenth century poodle named Munito was said to be able to read, count, and play chess! The gypsies who wandered Europe began this trend by keeping poodles to perform in their troupes. In fact, one expert believes that they helped to change the breed standard from a classic retriever shape to its current square body, in order to improve the dog s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Robert Reich Why The Rich Are Getting Richer Summary Differences (An Analysis of Why The Rich Are Getting Richer And the Poor, Poorer, by Robert B. Reich) Robert B. Reich wrote many books including Why he Rich Are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer, and he analyzes the gap that is growing larger between the rich and the poor. He talks about how people from other countries are taking more of our jobs because they are willing to work for a smaller wage than Americans are. As well as this, he talks about how we used to be all in the same economic boat and now the boats we are in are sinking. He also talks about how technology is taking our jobs as well. He has many reasons to support his theory of the rich getting richer and the poor, poorer, but the three main ideas are the amount of foreign ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Reich says that the amount of technology is taking jobs away. From paragraph 17 of Why the Rich are Getting Richer, and the Poor, Poorer, In 1977 it took routine producers thirty five hours to assemble an automobile in the United States; it is estimated that by the mid 1990s Japanese owned factories in America will be producing finished automobiles using only eight hours of a routine producer s time. He also wrote The Future of Success: Working and Living in the New Economy and writes, These anxieties are no less part and parcel of the emerging economy than are its enormous benefits: the wealth, the innovation, the new chances and choices. (Reich, The Future of Success: Working and Living in the New Economy) As well as this view, he says in Supercapitalism: The Transformation of Business, Democracy, and Everyday Life, Capitalism has become more responsive to what we want as individual purchasers of goods, but democracy has grown less responsive to what we want together as citizens. (Reich, Supercapitalism: The Transformation of Business, Democracy, and Everyday Life). This is an example of how people have become so interested in the technology of today and no longer in human ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Problem Of Virtue Ethics The rapid changes caused new problems economic faulty, thoughtless and unethical decisions have led to unpleasant consequences such as failed businesses, deteriorated relationships, and conflicts in society as well as in organizations . To put in other words, the main problem is the lack of ethics and virtues in business that have resulted in wicked outcomes which affected on only businesses but the society in general as well. In his essay entitled Vocational Virtue Ethics: Prospects for a Virtue Ethic Approach to Business , David McPherson concludes by proposing a number of solutions as to how business organizations must overcome this problem that challenges to vocational virtue ethics. In this essay, I focus on analyzing three of the solutions, to wit, having a clear mission statement and hiring employees according to their willingness to commit to it, possessing a moral leadership, and reducing the tendency to avarice. Before moving on to the solutions, I believe it is pertinent to give some insights behind the theories. McPherson s essay mainly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many theorists have tried to explain virtue. Yet, common sense seems to indicate that virtue is highly moral behavior. McPherson bases most of his arguments in Aristotle s virtue ethic principle, which implies that one must commit himself to identify purposes of human nature that are worthy to pursue and fulfill those purposes through exercising virtues, which would then, establish a higher mode of life/ Eudaimonia (2013, p. 284). McPherson argues that a way of applying vocational virtue ethics to business is by acknowledging the notion of work as a calling or vocation. He explains his perspective further by distinguishing two types of calling, general and specific. From his perspective, general calling is what we normatively ought to do, while specific calling is the particular way in which we seek to realize this general calling (2013, p. 290). Moreover, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Freshman Leadership Council HEY GATORS ITS YOUR PREVIEW STAFFER ANDREW! I hope all is well and that you are all thriving (and surviving), but I want to go over some things that might be really important that will benefit you all personally! 1) Freshman Leadership Council For those who were accepted into the Freshman Leadership Council, I am so happy for you! You are going to have an amazing time I really do wish you all the best of luck. For those who got denied, I was in your boat last year. I was a hot mess when I was rejected, and yes, I even cried. It s natural to be disappointed regarding your decision notice, but being denied does not mean you are not a leader or be one! A lot of people who were denied from FLC have gone on a have done amazing things here at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You are basically a teacher of a class which is really cool! If you are a business major, you will be teaching Warrington Welcome. The link for the application is here: http://warrington.ufl.edu/undergraduate/myheavener/career/warringtonwelcome/peerleaders.asp. For all non business majors, you will be teaching First Year Florida instead! The link to application is here: https://transitions.dso.ufl.edu/first year florida/peer leaders/peer leader application timeline/. 5) Cicerones Cicerones are the official ambassadors for the UF Alumni Associations, but they are better known as the tour guides of UF! Their recruitment theme and open house will be announced soon! Applications will go live in January/February and will last for approximately 2 weeks. This is something to put in your mind for the future! 6) Study Abroad Fair and General Involvement Studying Abroad can be really cool, but do you know what is cooler? Going to the Study Abroad fair! Here is the link to the event: https://goo.gl/vv7Fi9. If you want to get involved some very cool organizations also, the Involvement Fair is just around the corner! Here is the link to that event: https://goo.gl/oWx4D9. Lastly, Fraternity recruitment is around the corner. If you are interested, please pay the $20 fee at the following link: https://florida.greeklink.com/. Also, utilize the Student Activates and Involvement center located on the 3rd floor of the Reitz Student Union! They will ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Symbols In The Worn Path The path that Phoenix takes through the woods and city combined with Eudora Welty use of symbolism, characterization, illusion and imagery creates the theme of unconditional love that helps Phoenix persevere through the Worn Path . Old Phoenix Jackson is on a quest to obtain medicine for her grandson that takes place in the deep south during christmas time. She starts her journey on this bright frozen december day . The warm colors associated with christmas time indicate happiness and life while the cold weather and season change represents the threatening object on her path. Phoenix with her head tied in a red rag is the tiny speck that hold the christmas spirit in a forest filled with big green pines and white snow. Phoenix shares her name with the long lived mythical bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. The beginning of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She continues on slowly in the dark pine shadow, moving little from side to side in her steps with the balanced heaviness and lightness of a grandfather clock. Phoenix keeps trudging along the frozen earth year after year in her infinite cycle. As Phoenix moves through the Worn Path she encounters many obstacles each getting more fatal than the last. The natural setting puts these obstacles in her way and could even be described as the antagonist in the story. She seems to overcome everything that nature throws at her without a problem the; small animals, logs, hills, and even thorns. Opposed to the man made objects that old Phoenix must battle against. If man, racism, or society was not there she could maneuver the path just fine. When it starts to intrude the forest starting with a barbed wire fence things get difficult. Barbed wire, very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Essay about Richard as an Anti-hero Richard as an Anti hero: To what extent does Richard embody this archetype? In William Shakespeare s play, Richard III, Richard is portrayed as physically deformed and psychologically affected. It is believed that his inner soul is a reflection of his physical deformities. Richard is considered as the protagonist of this play, however this is highly contradictive. A protagonist is the hero of the story who exhibits characteristics of courage and perseverance, and is admired for their brave deeds as well as their noble qualities. Richard however, contradicts the character portrayal of a hero and demonstrates himself as the exact opposite: an anti hero. The play opens up with Richard s, (Duke of Gloucester) soliloquy: I am determined to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Richard says to Lady Anne: Your beauty was the cause of the effect: Your beauty, that did haunt me in my sleep To undertake the death of all the world, So I might live one hour in your sweet bosom (1.2.126 129) Richard takes a huge risk, handing Anne a knife and demanding she take away his life for he had murdered both her father and husband. He insists to her it is only fair that she take his life in response. Lady Anne rejects, falling for Richard s trap for she accepts his proposal of love. Richard succeeds in manipulation. In the scene, Richard plays the role of a lover who will provide Anne with the emotional support she would need; especially after suffering two loses. By persuading and manipulating Lady Anne, Richard was able to get what he was really after; the power and a truce with the house of Lancaster. This method of persuasion and manipulation are the basic fundamentals that Richard uses on those he sees as useful in accomplishing his devilish deeds. Family, loyalty, trust and marriage are some of the values and traditions that Richard ignores. Richard acts like a caring brother (to Clarence), devoted lover, the innocent who is unjustly accused, a pious man of God and the simple fellow who is too modest to become King (Cambridge 235). I will deliver for you or else lie for you (1, 1,115.) are the exact words that Richard expresses to Clarence when Clarence was being sent to the tower. As soon as Clarence is out of sight, Richard s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. What Is The Context Of Looking For Richard Resonate Over Time Texts are shaped by their compositional context and thus offer new insights about the composer s era. However, as there are ongoing concerns of humanity, key ideologies resonate over time and are affirmed between texts as shown in William Shakespeare s play King Richard III (1591) and Al Pacino s docudrama Looking For Richard (1996). King Richard III examines the irrational behaviours and moral ramifications of a power lust Richard to explore ideas of the relentless pursuit of power, betrayal and deceit, reflective of the theocentric context of the Elizabethan society. Centuries later, Looking For Richard explores Pacino s journey to reshape a Shakespearean text that is representative of the changing contextual norms and values of a contemporary American audience who are confused and sceptical about the relevance of Shakespeare s plays. Both texts provide an image of Richard s deceit reflective of their distinctive contexts. However, despite the disparity of time, both texts display how key ideas such as deceit, endure and resonate over time. Distinctive contexts have the capacity to offer new insights and understandings that can challenge and drastically alter the portrayal of societal norms and values. Shakespeare critics the nature of the relentless pursuit for power and authority and its effects, through the lens of Richard s ambitious but deceitful actions, reflective in his opening soliloquy I am determined to prove a villain and now is the winter of our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. National and Global Citizenship Even if human societies, with their cultural traditions and societal aspects, vary around the world, human beings are all connected, socially and biologically. All human beings share the same common ancestor, and the same anatomical and physiological features, as stated in biology, and anthropology reports. They also share distinguishing characteristics (basic emotions, self consciousness, language and symbols), and common needs the need for communication, love, social interactions, food, and shelter. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. (Article1). And, as Thomas Jefferson once said, all men are created equal, (United States Declaration ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since I moved from Italy to the U.S. I made many cultural mistakes, took cultures for granted, assigned stereotypes to people, misinterpreted conversations, and situations. I can still remember the time when I smiled and hugged my Japanese friend to sooth away her aches. We were at the park with our kids, and she was hit, right in the face, by my three years old son s soccer ball. My friend s reaction to my gentle hug was quite surprising. Instead of hugging me back, she strongly pushed me away, and told me to stop threatening her. After that episode we didn t speak to each other for weeks. We were both really upset and confused. What went wrong between us? At that time, I didn t know that Japanese people are reserved, shy, tend to control their feelings, and smile when they are angry. On the other hand, my friend didn t know that Italians are extremely expressive when it comes to their emotions, and consider smiling and hugging positive manifestations of feelings. When I smiled and hugged my friend I made such a preventable mistake! I should have ask her if she needed a hug, before hugging her. I should have been more aware of her feelings, and less about mine. I should have known better. At that time my CQ was probably nonexistent! Cultural intelligence, or CQ, is a person s ability to recognize and understand cultural ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Warehouse 13 Book Report During this summer, my friends recommended that I watch a season of Warehouse 13 since I m fond of science fiction movies, television shows, and books. I thought it was well made therefore I watched all of the episodes and I love most of the seasons. The fifth season seemed rushed and was only six episodes. Other shows I enjoy watching are Doctor Who, Supernatural, and The X Files but there s an overabundance of episodes. Warehouse 13 is distinctive by seeing that it won t take up much time. This show has five seasons and around sixty episodes. They last around forty minutes each so I finished the series in two weeks. I normally don t binge watch; however, after seeing the Indiana Jones based episode I finished fairly quickly. I appreciate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Adult Only Pool Case Study Grey Oaks Adult Only Pool Growing up, most summer days consisted of my mother waking up my brother and me early so that we could be the first to arrive at the swimming pool in order to secure our chairs for the day. However, most occasions we noticed that other people had the same idea. Once we finally found an ideal spot for our family to lounge for the day, my brother and I had to face the crowd of children splashing in the water. Each day the chaotic scene reoccurred. My mom frequently told me that the Grey Oaks Homes would be building a new pool any day, since a second pool was one of the things my parents were promised when they moved in. The year my parents built a new home in Grey Oaks, I was four years old. Now, I am seventeen and have only seen the situation worsen. Each year, dozens of new homes are built in my neighborhood, yet a singular pool remains. My proposal is that the Rodrock Homes should build an Adult Only pool in the Grey Oaks neighborhood. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The resident, Stephanie Bidnick (resident for 12 years), manages a home daycare. She reported that whenever she wants to take her daycare children swimming, she cannot go to the Grey Oaks pool because of the overcrowding. She has tried taking her daycare children to the neighborhood pool, only to encounter a terrible experience because she had trouble keeping track of her kids among the huge crowd. I also interviewed a friend and current Grey Oaks resident, Jordan Dean. When asked about her experiences at the pool she said, Usually when I decide to go to the pool I try to find a friends neighborhood pool to go to because I can never relax at our Grey Oaks pool. Every time I want to get in, I am getting splashed or jumped on by a younger ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Close Reading Of Mcteague Humans are meant to empathize with one another, it is in the nature of people and it inherent to the human psyche. Though, people attempt to cover up their empathy and show disinterest towards others, the kind nature to feel bad for those lesser than ourselves tends to shine though. The narrator in the passage, seemingly uninterested in McTeague s life, is actually wuite the opposite. Rather than turn a blind eye to the life of McTeague, he actually seems to pity the man. This is shown through diction, tone, and details presented to the reader in the text. Authors hand select words that match their ideas and their goals for their writing, and this piece is no different. The narrator uses words that hail a negative connotation. By presenting McTeague as Sluggish the reader is lead to believe that he is lazy or inept. The narrator seems to hold an air of contempt and pity for McTeague, believing him to be unintelligent and slow minded. The narrator also implies that he is poor by inferring that McTeague s dreams were, well beyond his means (61 62). This brings on an air of sadness but hopeful. Despite the narrator believing that McTeague is destitute, they still believe him to be hopeful and seemingly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The author seems to be disenchanted with McTeague s life, rather deciding to sign on with a mild interest, only to show his own pity for McTeague. The rambling description of McTeague s room is done to show the absolute averageness of the parlor that homes the dentist. The tone created from this is almost condescending but not quite there yet. Instead, the narrator simply drones on about the simple treasures that McTeague holds dear to him. Hwoever, as the narrator does this, it seems as if the narrator is beginning to pity him as each item is giving a description of why he needs it, and the reason is often to please other people. The narrator is seen to pity McTeague, and this is done through the tone set for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Health Insurance Coverage Seven years ago, the first thing I had to accomplish after a few days of settling in the United States was to submit my documents for health insurance coverage. Back then; I did not understand the urgency of it, since in my home country, the Philippines, insurance coverage differed based on the type of care delivered. Fee for service reimbursements are used for inpatient care, most day surgeries, and ambulatory procedures, while primary care providers are reimbursed based on a capitation system. There are no formal system sets deductibles or co payments for beneficiaries, but health care providers are allowed to balance bill , charging patients the balance between what the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation a tax exempt tax exempt, government owned and government controlled corporation pays and the total cost of care. This is nonconforming of most government health programs around the world and can lead to abuse by providers such as overcharging and what not. Hence, the poorest of the country gets limited access. In the same manner, balance billing allows providers additional cost recovery in the case that the reimbursement for services does not cover their cost. I did not give it much consideration in view of the fact that there are several hospitals and practitioners abound and you can just choose which doctor suits your interests and budget as well. Fees are straightforward for inpatient, outpatient, pharmacy and laboratory. Furthermore, since my husband ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. How Successful Were The Suffragettes Were the Suffragettes Successful? The Suffragettes were formed by Emmeline Pankhurst in October of 1903 as the Women s Social and Political Union (WSPU) and were essentially a new organisation based on the National Union of Women s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS), whose members were known as Suffragists. The Suffragettes are famous, or rather infamous, for their use of violence. Their motto was, after all, Deeds not Words . Historians still argue today as to how successful they were in their own right, whether it was inevitable for women to get the vote, and, if so, how much of a contribution the Suffragettes really made. Many argue that it was womens effort in the First World War that made the most difference to women obtaining the vote in 1918, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Full electoral equality was not in place until the Representation of the People Act 1928. Both the Suffragettes and the Suffragists celebrated up and down the country; the Act had been achieved after tireless years of campaigning and four years of filling jobs left by men who went to war which, to most, undeniably helped to convince Parliament to greater effect than the extreme activities of the Suffragettes pre WW1. Many agree that the Suffragists efforts also played a very important role, including Joyce Marlow, women s history writer, who wrote in Votes for Women (2000); Some would argue including me that it was the moderates of the NUWSS, led by Millicent Fawcett, who actually won the vote. In 1912, while the militants embarked on arson and bombing, the NUWSS made a successful working alliance with the growing Labour Party. It was this group which successfully lobbied for the 1918 Franchise ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. The Automation And Its Effects On The Environment If the automation in use does not demand a certain level of interaction or has presented several failures of operation to the specific aviator in the past, the operator is prone to a more significant negative event occurring in the future. This is due to the reliance and trust placed on the automation to complete the task as designed (Geiselman et al., 2013). Consistent with the model is the idea that the most likely scenario for complacency in the cockpit is prior to a very reliable system failing for the first time (Parasuraman Manzey, 2010). Similar to complacency in automation is bias. Bias breeds the misuse of automation through errors of omission and commission errors. Errors of omission are in reference to the aircrew not taking action as directed by automation, while commission errors are incorrect instructions provided by the automation that are acknowledged and followed by the operator as directed (Parasuraman Manzey, 2010). Several human factors of bias exist that make it a difficult problem to fix. The most common being that humans are typically drawn to situations that bias toward automation is natural, such as; choosing a path requiring less effort, natural trust in a system that has not failed previously, and the psychological effect of delegating tasks in a shared responsibility environment (Parasuraman Manzey, 2010). Compounding on the issue is that bias does not appear to be resolved by experience of the operator as it influences the natural human ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Watching The Republican Gop Debates Watching the Republican GOP debates was very interesting, seeing how they are unique candidates. I chose to watch the Republican debates because I am not familiar with the candidates as well as I should be. The March 3rd and the March 10th debates enlightened me to their leadership styles, their plan and their character in general. Let s get the most prominent and most talked about candidate out of the way, Donald Trump. I should first say that I am not a fan by any means. With this being said, I tried to watch the debates with an open mind and tried to look solely at his leadership style. I found Trump to be very defensive, childish, inappropriate, and all over the place. During the debates he loved to talk about how great he is; mentioning four times about his endorsements, about his great friends, and his wealth. Needless to say, he was not able to sway me. I will admit, Trump has extreme confidence. This is a great quality. However, he might just be too confident. It comes off as arrogant. Confidence is great to a certain degree, but it can also get you in trouble. He feels he is the best and everyone would listen to him because he is Donald Trump . He is so egotistical. There was one question asked about how Trump would order the military to target families of suspected terrorist after the military testifying the expansive use of torture is inexcusable and will refuse orders because they are illegal. His response: They won t refuse; they won t refuse, believe me . ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. No One Undersand Me Short Story No one undersands me...My mind is flooded with endless thoughts and emotions. It s a ripple affect as one drops it creates more and more but the difference is: It s an endless ripple. Each day I think of the same idle or a new one, I try to compress it as a way to opress the notion of it, however, my mind becomes crowded with more ideations. It s like a demon, one that I created, that revolves around my eyes. I lost sight because of how pitch black it is and my eyes soon became adapted to it. My eyes follow anything that moves around my mind, my legs begin to walk to running, and without sending a signal my hands begin to reach for that motion. I find myself soon enough chasing what s been running away from me, but what can it be? In reality, it s my sanity full of vanity but in actuality it s just my insanity... But what s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The question that emerged: Why don t I use my ears? I lost that sense from using my voice hiding to the screeching of my mind telling me what to do...I tried to escape that one voice by overriding it with my own, yet I lost that fight soon enough as well... My ears became deaf soon enough. I began to envision questions before my blinded eyes : What do I have left? What I have lost? What am I seeking? Am unconsiously self destructing? As these questions emerge the one that stands out to me Have I failed my purpose of living? I live my life being distand trying to find the anwser. However, what can I do with eyes blind to the light, ears deaf to my mind, a demon in my mind pulling stringles, a body walking on its own, and all I have left is emotions, the tangible sense of the world, and the sense to smell the fear I am covered in. But as time passes by I lose motivation to try... What can I do with what I have left? Is the final question that emerges in the end of the day, before I close my eyes and wake up to cage with time on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. White Tail Deer Research Paper Habitat The White tail deer can often be found all over southern Canada and most parts of the United States. Their range extends throughout Central America to Bolivia. This sophisticated animal s habitat range is usually less than a square mile. Some of the White tail deer s habitats include grasslands, prairies and plains, mountains, and forests. These deer prefer a more sheltered habitat; they often reside in forests, including hardwoods, coniferous, and tropical forests. However they may reside in forests such as tropical forests for a more sheltered habitat. The White tale deer can adapt to their many habitats and they have incredibly strong muscles in their leg that allow them to run up to speeds such as 30 miles per hour! This is quite an advantage when it comes to running from predators. The White tail deer has quite simple needs for a healthy life. Shelter from harmful weather or predators, food and water, and the space to find food and water, and to attract a mate. White Tailed Deer Fun facts! It is able to make vertical leaps over two and a half metres and horizontal leaps of nine metres They can run at speeds up to 58 miles per hour They are the most common large mammals in North America They use their tail to communicate with other deer Since the Deers eyes are on the side of its head it has a 310 degree vision without moving ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They do this to adapt to the colour of the current season they are in. This can benefit in many ways such as camouflage or hide from predators. The White tails deer is an important part of the environment as it is a good food source for bobcats, panthers, and coyotes. Another extremely important role in the environment they play is eating invasive plant species since they are herbivores. If the White tail deer was to be taken out of the ecosystem, a lot of these plants would invade or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. The Modern Identity Of The United States Of America The modern identity of the United States of America is predicated on the notion that all men are created equal. However, behind the idealism of aphorisms such as these found in America s founding documents exists the truth of the American situation: that equality has exceptions. In the eyes of Thomas Jefferson and other framers, all men were white landowners. The dichotomy of equality for all men and the third estate was a feature of democracy in America for centuries and a defining characteristic of the American South in particular. The belief in race based dichotomy was perpetuated by the landed gentry of the South, the political elite, to the masses, establishing the rise of a conservative base in the latter half of nineteenth century which hindered black civil rights for decades and defines the enduring qualities of the Southern political ethos to this day. Alexis de Tocqueville, in his book Democracy in America, states that while the [settlers] found themselves in analogous situations...they governed themselves on different principles. In the settlement of the Southern colonies of North America in the 1600s, an aristocratic society began develop from the cultivation of crops. Land formed the basis of the aristocracy, which was supported by privilege from birthright and inheritance (Serow). As plantations began to develop, their owners became the upper echelon of Southern society, around which the majority of political activity was centered. Powerful voices ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Desert Desert Environment The deserts of central Australia make up a unique ecoregion. As it may be properly assumed, an arid desert environment is not easy to adapt to. Many different species, including birds, reptiles, mammals, and various plants are able to thrive in such conditions. Human impacts on the island continent have interrupted the success of some of these species. One group of species that have been very negatively impacted by human interaction are small digging mammals. These mammals are typically small and almost rodent like. Although small, digging mammals, such as Macrotis lagotis (the Greater Bilby), have a large impact on the vegetation biodiversity of the ecoregion. They use their front paws to dig into the ground while they search for food. In the process, diggings capture organic matter, provide habitat for a diversity of microscopic and macroscopic organisms, and increase nutrient cycling. Diggings also capture plant seeds, increasing seedling germination, recruitment, and plant growth. The overall effect of mammal diggings is therefore increased plant vigor and resilience, increased biodiversity and consequently improved ecosystem functioning (Fleming et al 2014). Due to various impacts by human, these small mammals have quickly been declining. The large impact humans have had on the small mammals is the introduction of invasive species. Felis catus (feral cat) and Vulpes vulpes (fox) are overpopulated invaders who prey on species such as Macrotis lagotis and other small ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...