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Time And Space In Death Of A Salesman And The Glass Menagerie
Time and space is an intriguing concept. Arthur Miller s (1949) Death of a Salesman and Tennessee Williams (1945) The
Glass Menagerie both implement these concepts in different ways. Death of a Salesman is told through the perspective of a
man who is imagining his memories, while at the same time, living his everyday life. The Glass Menagerie, similarly, is told
through the memories of the narrator, Tom Wingfield, but not while he is living his present life. The characters in both
stories reminisce of their past regrets. However, the intent of the author s use of time and space to reach the reader is
different in these stories.
Arthur Miller (1949) demonstrates that Willy Loman is trapped in his feelings of guilt for what he did in his past, and how
his decisions led up to his present in Death of a Salesman. Willy regrets his infidelity while both his career and children
leave him trapped in the past. He relives his memories of his brother Ben when he is complaining of his job, often idealizing
Ben. Why didn t I go to Alaska with my brother Ben that time! Ben! That man was a genius, that man was success incarnate
(p. 27). Willy also begins to think of the woman he adulterated with when he is appreciating his wife, because he knows that
he does not deserve her. You re the best there is, Linda, you re a pal, you know that? [...] The Woman has come from behind
the scrim and is standing, putting on her hat, looking into a »mirror« and laughing (p. 25).
Arthur
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Essay On Opt-In Email Marketing
Finally you have come to understand the value of your opt in email marketing list. There are so many success stories of
people who make money online for free with their opt in email marketing lists you have finally decide to build a list of your
own or monetize the list you already have. Then you come to realize that you only thought you knew all there was to know
about opt in email marketing lists. To this point you may have followed the guru s advice to the letter and you still are not
able to make money online.
The fact is that you may even be in the position of losing money. You might have found that even though you started with a
large opt in email marketing list that you don t have that many that actually buy from you. You have ... Show more content
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2) Make post to forums of competing sites. Meaningful and helpful comments and tips are always appreciated and
acceptable. Doing this will help you build trust and a following that assist you in building your own opt in email marketing
list. Ask other forum users to join your list. Making friends in this way also makes it easier for your new friends to become
your new customers. Be sure to always have a link to your site in your signature or by line.
3) Provide solutions to a problem or challenge that your readers will likely have. Most people are surfing and looking around
on the internet for things that will help them. If you are the one offering solutions via your opt in email marketing list,
whether that is some product or a service, they are more likely to not only subscribe to your site, but become a customer as
well. Remember, facts tell, solutions sell.
There is one fundamental truth when it comes to marketing and sales online. People will only buy from someone they trust.
You build that trust by making yourself valuable to them. You make yourself valuable by identifying and providing solutions
to their problem or challenges.
There is one thing you should always keep in mind about marketing and what motivates people to buy. Pain Sells. People
everywhere and in all walks of life respond to pain. They either want to end their pain or avoid pain. One of the best
business models I have discovered is to offer people a way
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Random Acts Of Kindness Research Paper
Random Acts of Kindness for this Holiday Season Many children are taught that Christmas is when you receive gifts from
others, but what they don t find much joy in doing is giving, instead. Whether it costs money or not, it does not matter, it s
the thought that counts. Imagine comparing the joy a homeless person would have compared to a child while receiving
clothes, the child would probably frown since they were most likely expecting a toy and the homeless person would be
overjoyed since they barely have anything. We have to give thanks for what we have, so we may help to serve those of us
who have nearly nothing. To help out those in need, or maybe not even those in need, we may do a variety of things, a few
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Most of the options on my list involve using money, however there are definitely random acts of kindness that you may do
without using any money. If you can t afford to give/use money to/for others in need, you may simply give someone a
compliment, rake a friend/neighbour s leaves, help someone with their groceries, or even just a simple smile. This Holiday
season, I hope to be able to find the time to read a book to a young child at my school. Reading books of their choice would
obviously benefit them, since they re having a good relaxing time while listening to someone read a book to them, and it
would be free of charge. The children I read to would benefit from this act of kindness, as explained previously, but reading
aloud would also be beneficial for me as a student. It would be beneficial for me as well since I would be able to practice my
ability of speaking out loud to a small audience, this would help me to improve my public speaking skills as well as how I
act around young children (this is necessary since I want to be a pediatrician in the future). In conclusion, giving is so
important, not always to benefit you in some way or another, but to help out others who may not
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Acute Graft Rejection
There are 3 types of graft rejection which are hyperacute, acute and chronic graft rejections. Hyperacute graft rejection is a
rare type occurs while the patient is still in the operating room. The acute graft rejection on its part attacks donor cells of
CD4+ and CD8+ T cells recipients. Occurs within days to occur and can be either be direct or indirect allorecognition and it
is treated with immunosuppressive drugs. The final type; chronic rejection also happens to be the most common cause for
graft dysfunction and is based on vascular insufficiency and graft fibrosis. It can occur within months to years. Chronic graft
rejection is caused by both antibodies and lymphocyte. In antibody induced chronic graft rejection, the rejection is through
complement fixation which causes coagulation and tissue injury. Complement activation also use macrophages and
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References Rittenhouse Olson, K. and De Nardin, E. (2013). Contemporary Clinical Immunology and Serology. (1st ed.).
Upper Saddle River: Pearson. Zabriskie, J. B. (2009). Essential clinical immunology. New York: Cambridge University
Press. Steele, P. (2016) Clinical Immunology Module 3. Lecture 1: Hypersensitivity. (PowerPoint slides: Narration)
Retrieved from University of Cincinnati Immunology Blackboard: https://canopy.uc.edu/bbcswebdav/courses/2168
F_35MLSC3053001/16US_MLSC3053001_ImportedContent_20160413040126/Handouts/Mod3_Lecture1_Hypersensitivity.pdf.
Colvin, R. B., R N., Smith. (2015, October). Antibody mediated organ allograft rejection : Article ... Retrieved October 19,
2016, from http://www.nature.com/nri/journal/v5/n10/full/nri1702.html GRAFT REJECTION Brown University. (n.d.).
Retrieved October 19, 2016, from
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Hideyoshi Contribution
ideyoshi
Hideyoshi was an influential Japanese influential feudal ruler, daimyo, throughout the 16th century. Hideyoshi was known to
be a daimyō, warrior, general, samurai, and politician of the Sengoku period, and was especially known to have started a
new age of in Japanese culture. Hideyoshi was a highlight of the Japanese feudal era which made choosing an influential
person a worthwhile task. I have personal history with the level of influence his prestige has over history. His name was
once referenced in a conversation between my second generation Japanese American friend. I was interested in what she told
me about the history of her family back in Japan. I will be using this paper as a conduit to help start my understanding a
small portion of Japan history through researching the famous Hideyoshi and his celebrated achievements
Hideyoshi was believed to born in 1536 in a time of competing daimyo, Japanese samurai lords, challenging for local and
national leadership. Hideyoshi s early life was a natural rags to riches story. Starting from humble beginnings, Hideyoshi
was born into a life of peasantry under the supervision of his father, Yaemon. His early life is obscure and few stories were
told about his childhood that reflect his future legacy. A story goes that Hideyoshi s mother saw rays of sunlight fill the room
during the this great leader s birth. Another story says that as a child he was able to get the village children together and
perform strategic mock
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Interior Design Social And Psychological Theories
Interior Design social and psychological theories were developed to aid the designers in better understanding people s needs
when it comes to a space. Even in ancient times, requirements had to be met to make living conditions bearable. High
ceilings, clerestory windows that allowed natural sun light in, tripartite floor plan arrangement and more were some of the
norms of design that helped people psychologically and socially adapt to their current conditions.
How do people feel when they are at a certain setting? What triggers discomfort, irritation or distress? What causes good
mood, appetite or comfort? This is what Psychological Social theories explore, the space people relationship and the space
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Bad lighting or no natural lighting, wrong color palette, how crowded the space may feel, lack of privacy much more, are
some things that if not taken into consideration could make the stay in a space unbearable. The final goal is for the occupier
of the space to feel comfortable and at ease whether in a public or a private setting. Although there are many settings that
must accomplished the explained above in this chapter, however, we will be focusing on the Psychological and Social
theories in restaurant design for it is one of the most common examples that includes all the aspects explained in this
chapter.
Today, high levels of people populate public settings causing many requirements and demands to arise. One of them is the
need for privacy in the often crowded public areas. When designing a restaurant layout, it is important to consider how much
privacy will the visitors have. One of the biggest dilemmas in restaurant design is the need for tables and seating space
which maximizes the profit of the business. However, overcrowding a space with furniture can make the diners feel enclosed
and uncomfortable for no one likes to be too close to a stranger. On the other hand, just as people don t like very crowded
spaces, they don like very big ones either for they seem cold and impersonal giving them a sense of exclusion. It is
important to find the balance between the both. Privacy is best described as a process by
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An Assignment on Business Ownership
July 4, 2011
An assignment on
Business Ownership
Ba 1105: Introduction to Business
Business Administration Discipline,
Khulna University
Among a few types of Business Ownerships Sole Proprietorship, Partnership and Corporation Business will be discussed
below.
* Sole Proprietorship * This is the most oldest and common form of business ownership. It is a individually operated
organization. * The sole proprietorship is the form of business ownership which is owned amp; controlled by a single
individual. * A sole proprietorship is a business that is owned and controlled by a single individual * A sole proprietor is an
active manager.
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* A company or corporation is an artificial being, invisible, intangible and existing only in contemplation of law. * A
corporation is a legal entity that is created under the laws of a state designed to establish the entity as a separate legal entity
having its own privileges and liabilities distinct from those of its members.
* Features of Corporation
* Limited Liability * Statutory responsibility * Law created concern * Artificial personality * Much capital * Democratic
norm following * Perpetual succession * Common seal * Share capital * Independent nature management * Voluntary
organization
* Advantages and disadvantages of corporation: Advantages | Disadvantages | Greater and easy Capital | Difficulty of startup
| Limited liability | Lack of control | Separate legal entity | Multiple taxation | Highly skilled operation | Lack of secrecy |
Retain high performers | Lack of personal interest | Stability | Slow decision making |
To form a corporation one or more person must make a decision concerning this. They have to prepare 2 important things 1.
Memorandum of association, 2. Article of association.
Then they have to complete some certain steps to start a corporation.
Memorandum of association includes corporation Name clause, Situation and address clause, Object clause, Capital clause,
Liability clause, Consent
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The Geological History Of The Valley
Even though, it share similarity to the other region in the Western Northern America province, what make Death Valley
unique is the characters of the mountains and desert valleys are in a grand scale than the others. In addition, varies rock type
and formation which include volcanic, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks makes the valley a great place for geological
study (Green, 1997, p. 9). Today s Death Valley we see has taken millions of years to take its present form. In this paper, we
examining the geological history of the valley and its alluvia fan formation.
Precambrian and early Phanerozoic Age I. Pre Cambrian Age In Pre Cambrian time, Death Valley landscape was much
different than what is today. The Pre Cambrian eon is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Older and new discovery on fossils age diagnostic allows in construction a more rigorous stratigraphic framework of interval
for the Death Valley succession (Fig. 3). The base for the constraints for biostratigraphy was calcareous microfossils, trace
fossils, and megascopic body fossils. The construction of interval of successions allows to indicate the Precambrian
Cambrian boundary [Corsetti Hagadorn, 2000]. In the Death Valley, the steep front of the Black Mountain contain the most
widespread Precambrian rock of crystalline basement. Similar crystalline basement in a smaller outcrops are found north of
Hanaupah Canyon along the east foot of the Panamint Range and the head of the Galena Canyon. At the head of the Galena
Canyon, the outcrop of Precambrian is mostly schist. The schist is marked by vertical foliation which is cut off
incongruously by conglomerate from the lowest formation in the Pahrump Series, the base of the Crystal Formation. The
Amargosa thrust complexes are the outcrops of Precambrian Metamorphic rocks founded in the north of Hanaupah Canyon
along the east foot of the Panamint Range. The outcrop mark the lower plat of the thrust fault which is likely to be the
Amargosa thrust. In the Amargosa complex the Precambrian rocks are mostly gneiss specifically augen gneiss. The augen
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Werling Inc Case Summary
Werling Inc. prides itself on providing quality roofing services for all residents of the Greater Cincinnati area. For over 100
years, the company has maintained high standards and is a BBB Accredited Roofer. In order for your roof to be fixed
properly, they will also determine the best material needed for the job. Here are some pros and cons for some popular
roofing materials today. EPDM Membranes: This material doesn t emit toxic or harmful chemicals. It s great for covering
commercial spaces and many lab studies have proven that this material is suitable for various types of climate conditions. It
can even be produced in 50 foot long sheets. The only downside is that it s not a good choice for residential buildings.
Asphalt shingles:
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Voting Essay
Voting is a right that has long been fought over; it has taken countless reforms, amendments, and societal changes to make
our country s great democracy what it is today. The time has come again to make a much needed reform in voting policies
by lowering required age. Sixteen years olds should be permitted voting status for numerous reasons including their access
to the same rights as older adults, previous success this policy has carried in other areas, and the full cognitive and reasoning
development in these older teens.
To start off, sixteen year olds are permitted nearly the same rights as older voters in every case except for voting. According
to an article on teen voting, People under age 18 have the ability to win a Nobel Prize, ... Show more content on
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In 2013, Takoma Park a small, progressive enclave in a suburb of Washington, DC became the first city in the US to lower
its local election voting age to 16. In Takoma Park, the turnout rate for 16 and 17 year olds not only exceeded that of every
other demographic in the city s 2013 and 2015 elections, but nearly quadrupled the overall average. (Crockett) Because of
the age requirement decrease in this area, votes increased significantly. Contrary to popular assumption, younger teens value
being represented. Moreover, other countries have implemented this process with great success; Internationally, at least 20
countries allow citizens under the age of 18 to vote. In Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, and Nicaragua, 16 year olds regularly
contribute to the electoral process. In Greece and Indonesia, 17 year olds can vote in national elections, and in Israel they
have the right to vote in municipal contests. Recently, 16 year olds in the Scotland election had a 75 percent turnout rate
higher than voters three times their age. (Crockett). Through this evidence, it is obvious to see that lowering the voting age
would be a step in the right direction for this country s democracy.
Certainly, some critics would contend that teens are immature and uneducated about electoral processes and do not have
sufficient skills to make critical decisions, but they are ignorant to the fact that their claim is not
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City Councilor Case Study
The City Council performs three essential functions: representation, legislation, and oversight. If it fails to perform these
roles adequately, Lewisville loses. By speaking for resident s interests, a City Councilor bridges the gap between City Hall
and the parts of the city that may feel disenfranchised. By recommending candidates for mayoral appointments, a City
Councilor helps ensure that Lewisville s diverse interests are represented in all areas of city governance. By taking an active
role in setting city priorities, a City Councilor ensures that future plans will benefit as many residents as possible. City
Councilors should represent the people s interests at City Hall. A good council will ensure that there are no conflicts of
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A Councilor needs to have a grasp of the complexities of the law, and an awareness of the risks and potential rewards of a
change. A bad decision can undermine years of hard work and can cost homeowners and businesses thousands of dollars. A
Councilor must be able to consider creative, but legal and ethical solutions to reach a positive outcome for all concerned.
To fulfill its oversight and legislative responsibilities, the Council also enacts rules which affect the quality of life in our
neighborhoods. It must be able to perform independent research and to diligently evaluate the information it receives from
the city administration. If we want excellent, efficient government, then we must ensure that all policies, ideas, and projects
get a sound review. A good Council will cooperate with the Mayor whenever possible, but some plans might be wrong for
Lewisville, and the Council needs the guts to send them back to the drawing board.
WHY I WANT TO BE A CITY COUNCILOR:
There are three reasons I want to be Place 3 s
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Motorcycle Insurance Quotes
In what manner would you be able to locate the most reduced motorcycle quotes? when you are looking for any sort of
insurance quotes, you need to try your hardest in giving the most precise information. The motivation behind why you need
to do this is on account of an organization s motorcycle insurance quotes that give you the lowest rates.
Article Body:
It is one of the wisest things to compare motorcycle insurance quotes when you are attempting to get the best arrangement
for your motor bicycle. In prior days you may have needed to go starting with one insurance provider then onto the next
physically yet now you can undoubtedly get insurance quotes over the internet and compare motorcycle insurance from
different providers at the solace of your home. With only a tick of a catch you will get the chance to see the different offers
doing the rounds in the business sector of motor bicycle insurance today. What more do you need? Compare the prices
without being haggled by the vicinity of salesman or store directors.
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The insurance companies will require a percentage of the information from you before they offer you a quote. You will need
to give them an accurate record of the miles you ride and your use of petrol. To give this bit of information you will need to
first discover the monthly use of petrol according to the miles you travel and afterward ascertain it appropriately to figure
out the approximate yearly use. This information should be prepared with you so you don t fall in a false position when you
set going to compare motorcycle insurance quotes from distinctive
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The Origins Of English Colonization Of The New World
The origins of American English date back to the beginnings of the seventeenth century and the first successful colonization
of the New World. Although the first English explorers led by Walter Raleigh had landed on the coast some three decades
before, the attempts to establish a settlement failed due to unexpected conflicts with Native Americans. Jamestown, the first
English colony named after James I was established in 1607. It was but one of many settlements that promptly started to fill
the coast and adjacent islands. In 1620, a ship called the Mayflower landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Its passengers were
Puritans, also known as the Pilgrim Fathers , seeking to set up a colony purified (therefore Puritans) from the Church of
England
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First Death In Nova Scotia, Sestina, And In The Waiting Room
Childhood memories serve as significant elements within Elizabeth Bishop s poetry. Elizabeth Bishop illustrates childhood
as an innocent and cherished entity. External factors, such as death and loss, jeopardize the fragility, or naiveté, of childhood.
Bishop s poetry highlights the brevity of life through the reappearing subject of mortality and loss. The reoccurring themes
of childhood, grief, and transience are prevalent within the poems First Death in Nova Scotia, Sestina, and In the Waiting
Room. Childhood represents a fundamental theme within the poems First Death in Nova Scotia, Sestina, and In the Waiting
Room. Each poem depicts the delicate nature of childhood and its state of innate virtuousness. Bishop conveys the ... Show
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In Sestina, Bishop describes the sorrowful tale of a grandmother and child suffering through a painful loss. Although the
grandmother attempts to remain joyful and resilient to shelter the child, the woman s tears uncover her anguish. Noticing the
grandmother s tears, the child paints a picture for her in order to make her feel happier and proud. With its storybook tone,
Sestina relays wondering and otherworldly details brought on by the child s imagination (Paul). Towards the end of the
poem, the buttons become little moons and fall down like tears and into the flower bed within the child s painting (Axelrod).
The child utilizes their creativity to initiate other fanciful images. Of course, this goes unnoticed by the grandmother as these
fairy tale occurrences transpired from the child s own mind and creativity. The inclusion of playful and innocent
representations in Sestina bolsters the theme of youth and the righteousness that accompanies it. Additionally, the setting of
the poem maintains a crucial element to relay the theme of childhood to the reader. According to Jay Paul, Bishop arranged
the poem so that it occurs during a turning point a liminal moment. Also, objects placed in the setting, such as the stove, are
reminiscent of fairy tales
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The Life Of Superman Saves Seven Children
Thinking back to my admittedly privileged childhood, the most vivid memory I had wasn t of my first dance recital, or my
first lacrosse game, or even my first fist fight that I won against my seventh grade bully. It wasn t even of the day when my
father was brutally murdered in front of my sister and I when we were thirteen. No, the most evocative memory I had was
the day I purchased the newspaper for my parents at age twelve and saw, sprawled across the cover, the headline that
changed my life forever.
SUPERMAN SAVES SEVEN CHILDREN; PRAISED AS HERO ONCE MORE.
That day, I took my alarmingly large amount of allowance, went down to the novelty store across the road, and bought sixty
seven dollars worth of Superman merchandise. I came home with six comic books, three old newspapers, an action figure, a
skimpy tank top that made its way to college with me before being puked all over, and a notepad that would later fuel my
journalistic obsession to become as great as Lois Lane, Superman s girl of choice.
A month after acquiring that first newspaper for my parents, my father left the world with a bullet hole placed cleanly in the
center of both eyes.
Soon after my Superman obsession began to dwindle in my first year of college, the masked hero Batman faced off with his
archenemy and made headlines in Gotham, where I attended school. So I traded in my Superman shorts for a Batman shirt
and went searching for him on the streets at night, desperate.
Late in my third year of
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A Dream Of Passion By Euripides Medea And Apollonius s...
The character Medea is a well known character throughout Greek culture due to Euripides s Medea and Apollonius s
Argonautika. Jules Dassin s A Dream of Passion presents the story of Medea in a modern way, allowing myth and reality to
intertwine. Because the film is based on the myth, the two main characters in the film, Maya and Brenda, share many
qualities to Medea, such as killing of their children. Common themes, such as the position of women in society, are also
presented in both mediums. These similarities show that Euripides and Dassin are conveying the same ideas using different
methods.
As stated in the paragraph above, Maya has a lot in common with Medea. However, we do not see that until later in the
movie. She originally starts off as a character who is very unlike Medea. She does not understand the passion of Medea.
Kostas, the director, asks her to repeat Okay. My director, my love. When she does, her love does not come across and this
frustrates him. According to Kostas, No love is no passion and no passion is no Medea. At this point, we already see the
differences between Maya and Medea. Early in the film, Maya claimed that she would rather go to battle than to give birth to
a child. It is evident she wants to focus on acting, hoping to revive her career. She seems to care only about her image; she
demands the costume designer to pick out costumes that make her look younger. Furthermore, when suggested that she visit
Brenda to better understand Medea, she
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A Correlation Between Primary Psychopathy And Cognitive...
PSYC 121: Introduction to Psychology 1
Is There a Correlation Between Primary Psychopathy, Secondary Psychopathy and Cognitive Empathy?
Aisha Atherton
300335111
Tutor s Name: Nick Allan
Tuesday, 5.10 7pm, EA404A
Abstract
The point of this investigation was to determine if there is a relationship between the two subtypes of psychopathy and
cognitive empathy. A correlation design was employed, in which Levenson, Kiehl and Fitzpatrick s (1994) Levenson Self
Report Psychopathy Scale and Baron Cohel, et al s (2002) Reading the Mind in the Eyes tests were given to 452 Victoria
University Psychology students. Calculations were made, and resulted in the results to being a significant, negative
correlation between primary psychopathy and cognitive empathy, but no significant correlation between secondary
psychopathy and cognitive empathy. This concludes that not all psychopathy is correlated with cognitive empathy, but there
is a relationship.
Is There a Correlation Between Primary Psychopathy, Secondary Psychopathy and Cognitive Empathy?
Many studies have been conducted to determine if there is a correlation between Cognitive Empathy and the two subtypes of
Psychopathy (e.g. Ali Chamorro Premuzic, 2010; Levenson, Kiehl, Fitzpatrick, 1994; Baron Cohen, et al., 2002). Cognitive
empathy is defined as the capability to understand the emotions of another (Ali Chamorro Premuzic, 2010). Psychopathy is
defined as an individual who shows traits of
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Hitler s Conspiracies On The Home Front
On October 7th, 1916, Hitler received a server would to the leg resulting from a shell blast, while stationed near Bapaume.
He was then sent to convalesce at Beelitz, where he healed up. When he had recovered from the injury he went on a trip to
nearby Berlin, for some sight seeing. The capital was suffering from food shortages, and that combined with long working
hours for the munition workers caused work strikes to occur. This is seen as the real reason behind the fall of Germany, a
lack of food and thus lack of mutations. After witnessing this all Hitler labeled them cowards and traitors, showing no
empathy for their plight. The lack of morale for the war was sickening for him and depressed him greatly. Soon. he returned
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Hans Mends writes He sat in the corner of our mess holding his head between his hands in deep contemplation. Suddenly he
would leap up, and running about excitedly, say that in spite of our big guns victory would be denied us, for the invisible
foes of the German people were a greater danger than the biggest cannon of the enemy. . Hitler felt the full weight of the
British offensive at Arras and then the Third Ypres. For his bravery, he was awarded a number of citations, including the
Military Cross 3rd Class with Swords. With high morale, the German High Command had its last throw of the dice in the
final offensive. But the combination of American economic might with French and British experience would be too much
for the Germans. Even if they could break through to Paris, they would have no way of capturing it. While the Germans
fought bravely, it was a losing battle they were carrying on. On August 4th Hitler received an Iron Cross 1st Class for
personal bravery and general merit. He single handily captured a group of French soldiers taking cover in a shell hold. He
tricked them by yelling that they were surrounded and should
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Reflection On Aa Meeting
Prior to the meeting I was angry because multiple locations failed to provide the meeting in which I needed to attend. I could
not stay upset for a long time because if I would have given up, I would not have been able to meet with this group. This
meeting place was somewhere I had visited before in order to support a friend. Since I had previously attended the meeting
at this location I expected to see some of the same individuals from the previous visit. I also expected to experience a
different set up for the meeting, but I did not. The step of the meeting was the same as the previous visit, but due to my
anger I did not pay attention to the group s set up. In the beginning of the meeting, the hostesses both greeted themselves and
welcomed everyone to the meeting. They asked if there were any announcements that were needed to be made, and about
two persons discussed an AA event that was approaching. It was similar to a retreat that individuals could attend with their
sponsors. Another individual shared with the group about different have canceled their AA meetings for the week due to
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Homer s role was the Identified Addict and his wife was the Enabler. Homer did not mention if he had any children so I am
unsure if there were additional roles. I just feel his story was so powerful in the content but also the power in his voice and
how he presented his story was powerful. We also discussed the role of the enabler and how an individual could enjoy this
role in which they are positioned in, if they were to have the power like Homer s wife. He mentioned that she had all of the
fun in the world when he was incoherent. Homer mentioned that all of her fun came to a stop, because he had chosen to
become. He stated that from that the day he wanted to make his change is when his wife did not want to be with him
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Essay On Burnsville
The earliest inhabitants of Burnsville were the Mdewakanton Dakota Indians. Around 1750, Chief Black Dog established a
permanent village between Black Dog Lake and the Minnesota River, near the present site of the Black Dog Power Plant.
After the Dakota nation ceded land in 1851 and moved to Chief Shakopee s village in Prior Lake, the area was settled by
numerous Irish, Scottish, and Norwegian farmers from Saint Paul. One of these Irish settlers was a man by the name of
William Byrne. In 1850, Byrne settled near the Scott County line at the present day junction of County Road 34 and Judicial
Road. There he donated land for a church, school, and cemetery as well as serving as Town Chairman. In 1858, the Dakota
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In 1864, rail access came and Burnsville developed into a resort town. The township boasted cottages along Crystal Lake,
Orchard Lake, and Marion Lake in nearby Lakeville. The Bloomington Ferry provided river crossings until the finished
construction of the Bloomington Ferry Bridge in 1889. The Lyndale Avenue Drawbridge opened next to Black Dog Lake in
1920 extending Minneapolis north south highway to the southern, rural communities like Burnsville. Even still, it remained
a quiet township with a population around 600 hundred people. School was taught in a one room schoolhouse that contained
up to eight grades. With the arrival of Interstate 35W in 1960, Burnsville began to experience its largest population boom
that would last for two decades. The interstate ran straight through the heart of Burnsville, bringing with it both new
residents and business. The population of Burnsville accelerated by 20,000 from 1960 to 1970. After defeating an annexation
by the city of Bloomington, Burnsville was officially incorporated in 1964. Soon after, the city experienced mass housing
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James and the Giant
Class notes from April 14, 2011 This presents three different sample outlines for the Preliminary Research Report, using
different research topics. I have edited the outlines somewhat, mostly by re arranging ideas into the appropriate section (for
example, moving some questions out of III and moving them into III or vice versa). After the examples I present a brief
review of style/voice in other words, how to write up your information in each section, by demonstrating how you might
begin each section. In these examples section I and II present questions that the Preliminary Report would answer. For
example, the first paper would explain who was affected by Katrina, what Katrina was, and so on. Section III presents
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People directly effected iii. Other people around the world iv. Research from major media, surveys, people publically
speaking out against the government s failure to act appropriately, Overall topic: Scarcity of water and food Subtopic:
Scarcity of water and food in Africa Research Question: How does the interrelationship between water and food production
affect life in sub Saharan Africa? I. Introduce the overall topic, explain basic info about that topic a. What questions must
this paper answer about this topic? Why is it scarce? Why is scarcity an issue? Is the scarcity of food dependent on the
scarcity of water? When did water start becoming scarce? What can the U.S do about it? Is it effecting the U.S. Is it directly
effecting Americans. Or are we part of the problem? (These questions are less important than the others for an overview of
the topic, but do help the reader connect to the topic.) II. Introduce the subtopic that you intend to focus on, explain basic
info about that topic a. What questions must this paper answer about this subtopic? Where do they get water? Is it
filtered/contaminated? o Does location of watering holes play a factor in scarcity of water? o Does Africa posses the
technological means to purify water? What is Africa s annual GDP? What part of Africa is the
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Analysis Of Epiphenomenal Qualia By Frank Jackson
In the paper Epiphenomenal Qualia, Frank Jackson presents the concept of Qualia and the knowledge argument in order to
prove physicalism false. Jackson s knowledge argument introduces a thought experiment about a neuroscientist called Mary.
His thought experiment is designed to refute physicalism by showing that there is non physical knowledge in the world.
However, there are many flaws in Jackson s thought experiment that lead to its ultimate failure in proving that physicalism is
wrong, such as its appeal to a misleading intuition, the ambiguity of its premises, and the assumption that it is possible to
gain all physical knowledge of color from a colorless room. Jackson explains that the goal of his paper is to refute
physicalism by using an argument rather than relying merely on intuitions. He makes a declaration that he is what people
call a qualia freak. He describes qualia as the raw feel or quality of experiences that we have. There is something that the
hurtfulness of pains, the itchiness of itches, pangs of jealousy... tasting a lemon, smelling a rose, hearing a loud noise or
seeing the sky feels like (127). There s a natural feeling or a sensation that all these conscious experiences bring for the
person experiencing them. Jackson claims that qualia cannot be explained by any kind of physical information, since our
knowledge of the structure of the brain, its physical states, and the function of those states is not enough to tell us what the
smell
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Montgomery Bus Boycotts Research Paper
Unity, Constancy, and Persistence
The Montgomery bus boycott can be regarded as one of the most successful and significant boycotts in our nation s history.
For many years, African Americans sought to legally integrate everyday amenities such as movie theaters, restaurants, and
public bathrooms. Most movements before the Montgomery boycotts were smaller in scale and didn t get as much attention
as hoped. On the other hand people were seemingly more willing to get involved this time. The massive involvement
amongst African Americans and the courageous acts of many link the success of the Montgomery boycotts to three words,
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People were excited and saw the possibility to make a change by helping each other and staying true to their character no
matter how tough the circumstances became. Furthermore, the constant pressure created within the country eventually
leaked and the United States faced being labeled as the country of segregation and inequality for people of color. In
consideration of quite possibly more than a third of the world being colored the United States, specifically rich white males,
now had to come together to provide a better living situation for all people. In conclusion, the Montgomery Bus Boycott
with the help of unity, constancy, and perseverance set an example for the United States that proved to be beneficial not only
for those being oppressed but for the country s image as a
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Analysis Of Bieiris De Romans And Na Maria
Arianna Martin
History of Music I
Dr. K. Griffeath
04 December 2017
Title: Bieiris de Romans and Na Maria: Who was the lover, and who was the muse?
Thesis: Although many scholars of troubadour works argue that Bieiris de Roman s Na Maria is written as a profession of
love from one woman to another, closer examination confirms this affection to be platonic friendship in the language of the
period, possibly with sociopolitical motives.
Arianna Martin
History of Music I
23 October 2017
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Amtower, Laurel. Private Desire and Public Identity in Trobairitz Poetry. Dalhousie French Studies 73 (2005): 3 18.
Bogin, Magda. The Women Troubadours. Norton Paperback. New York: Norton, 1980. 75, 132, 176 short book ... Show
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Her paper over Na Maria should be the first material read on the subject. Ganze offers a comprehensive introduction to the
poem and each of the arguments it leaves. In addition, she offers her own opinion, which is not found anywhere else. She
asserts that de Roman s poem, in addition to detailing platonic friendship, actually had socioeconomic implications.
Gaunt, Simon. Poetry of Exclusion: A Feminist Reading of Some Troubadour Lyrics. The Modern Language Review 85, no.
2 (1990): 310 29.
Lewent, Kurt. The Troubadours and the Romance of Jaufre . Modern Philology 43, no. 3 (1946): 153 69.
Macdonald, Aileen Ann. A Refusal to Be Silenced or to Rejoice in Any Joy That Love May Bring: The Anonymous Old
Occitan Canso, Per Ioi Que D amor M avegna . Dalhousie French Studies 36 (1996): 3 13. Although her current
whereabouts are unclear, at the time of publication, Macdonald taught at Dalhousie University. Her paper begins with a solid
overview of all the trobairitz recognized today. The sole mention of de Romans is interesting; she says only that Na Maria
was written by a woman to a woman and that the latter could be the Virgin Mary. Macdonald writes about a specific
trobairitz poem and its implications as its author plays a masculine role in her canso. The reader is left wondering if perhaps
de Romans also took a masculine approach; if she did, could
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The Survivor Of A Survivor
A plane crash, a shark attack, a shipwreck, or even cancer, are all types of life threatening events. Majority of the population
would agree that people who can overcome experiencing one of these or a similar event is classified as a survivor. In this
case, a survivor would mean somebody who has experienced a near death situation and overcame it. However, not everyone
has faced one of these and yet is still a survivor. A survivor is simply anyone who successfully copes with a hardship better
than the majority of the population would. At age nine, most kids are worried about what their friends are doing after school,
the next meal they are having, or when a new video game is coming out. Jacob Mallard on the other hand, was more ...
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He began to provide for his family by making dinner, babysitting, helping his siblings with with homework, teaching morals,
and much more. Austin, his younger brother, who is now a freshman in high school, told me, Jacob is always there for me
whether it s academic help, a girl problem, or athletic improvement. I look up to him and am so glad to have him. Since he
had to be the caretaker for the family he matured much faster than the average child is expected to and is very responsible
and dependable despite his age and lack of parental guidance he has had growing up.
Although we are very similar in personality he far surpasses me in leadership. As a junior, he was elected captain of his high
school football team who ended up winning state. This meant that even older and better players respected his leadership and
depended on him to do what was right for the team and lead them on and off the field. One weekend, I went to watch him
play against their cross town rivalry. There was only 30 seconds left and they were losing by 5. He pulled his team into a
huddle and you could tell that they trusted him to choose a play and had full confidence in him. Before they broke the
huddle and lined up 20 yards from the end zone, he took number 89 to the side, grabbed him by the shoulder, and spoke to
him. A few seconds later the ball flew into 89 s hands as he caught
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Antigone Foil To Creon
Antigone versus Creon
In the play Antigone, the character Antigone serves as a foil character for Creon in an attempt to show Creon the wrong in
his judgement. The play is based around the belief of right by burial which Creon so happens to be denying a certain man of
that right, Polynices, one of Antigone s brothers. Antigone serves a foil for Creon through most of her actions throughout the
play. She buries her brother not once but twice, she argues with Creon over the right by burial belief, and Creon has a chain
reaction of loss that was caused by Antigone s death.
At the start of the play Antigone is suffering from the loss of her two brothers Eteocles and Polynices who fought and killed
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During the play Creon has a few more conversation one being with his son, Haemon, and during their talk his son says Then
she won t be the only one to die. (Sophocles 19 ) which he stating that if Antigone is going to die he is going to die with her.
Creon just feels anger towards his son but, is unexpecting of what is to come of Antigone s death. Afterwards he had a
discussion over the topic with Teiresias which led to convince Creon that he was wrong with his decisions and needed to let
Antigone free with his own hands. What he finds at her tomb is Antigone and his son Haemon dead. Creon was heartbroken
by this but, the tragedy does not end here. His wife Eurydice hears of her son s death and commits suicide herself! The
devastated Creon says Wrong! How could I have been so wrong? And these deaths I caused you have seen them In my own
family by my stubbornness. Oh my son, so young, to die so young, And all because of me! (Sophocles 29) which is showing
that he is finally accepting that his decisions concerning the burial were wrong. With all the events that has happened,
Antigone s death is the source of what made Creon finally understand that he made the wrong decision even though it was
through tragic
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Dan Gable Role Model
Nolan Balzer
Mrs. Galaviz
English 12
February 28, 2015
The History of Dan Gable
If you are, or ever were, a wrestler, could you imagine having a record of 181 1? Dan Gable did not have to imagine it,
because that was his record. Throughout his high school, college and Olympic career, he only lost one match. Nate Kaeding
expressed it perfectly when he said, He has truly earned his place as the godfather of Iowa sports (Wrestling Life). Dan
Gable is the best, pure wrestling role model because of the amount of hard work and dedication he put into the sport and his
drive to always be better. This is illustrated in his record as a high school and college wrestler, a coach, and in the Olympics
as a wrestler and coach.
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In the article, Gable Dominated as a Wrestler and Coach , the author, Mike Puma, talked about Gable: In his first season, the
Hawkeyes went 17 1 1 and finished third at the 1977 NCAA tournament. Gable was voted the NCAA s Rookie Coach of the
Year (Gable Dominated). Between 1978 and 1986, Gable led his team as a coach to nine straight NCAA titles, and in twenty
one seasons as the head coach at Iowa State, he led them to fifteen titles. While Gable was a coach, Lou Banach, a wrestler
of Gable s, said No one is a better motivator than Gable and that is a huge part of the success of Iowa wrestling
(WrestlingLife). Gable was not only a good coach because of this motivation, however. Because he was such a successful
wrestler through high school, college, and the Olympics, his wrestlers had something to live up to. They were challenged
every day to be better than he was. During Gable s career as a coach, his teams lost more than one dual meet in a year only
five times in his twenty one years. He coached 152 All Americans, 45 National Champions, 106 Big Ten Champions and
twelve Olympians, including four gold, one silver and three bronze medalists (DanGable). The Hawkeyes won twenty five
consecutive Big Ten championships, twenty one under Gable as head coach and four while he was an assistant coach and
administrator (HawkeyeSports). At that time it tied the longest streak of national titles won by any school in any
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Copyright And Public Domain Within The Entertainment Industry
Caitlin Davis
Project Proposal Assignment
Dr. Fox Horton
19 February 2017
Copyright and Public Domain within the Entertainment Industry What aspects make up intellectual property? How is it
protected? According to Leslie Ellen Harris, it is important to shed light on just what copyright is. She writes, Section 102 of
the U.S. Copyright Act states the following: In no case does copyright protection for an original work of authorship extend
to any idea, procedure, process, system, method of operation, concept, principle, or discovery, regardless of the form in
which it is described, explained, illustrated, or embodied in such work (Harris 39). Understanding the limitations and
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The case of A M Records Inc. v. Napster Inc., record companies brought infringement action against Napster for the unfair
use of copyrighted work and harmed the potentiality of music within the market (239 F3d 1004, 2001). With the burgeoning
of the internet age, musicians and artists were faced with the threat of in home piracy, via file sharing programs like Napster,
or Grokster.
There are claims made suggesting that copyright is a direct violation of our freedom of speech. Within the general
foundation of protection and enjoyment of those protections, rest limitations, because of the real connection between
authorization and copyright law. The goal of research is to investigate and unearth specific facts about the history of
intellectual property in relation to old and contemporary court cases. The M. Whitmark Sons v. Pastime Amusement Decree
states that copyright is an indivisible and cannot be split up and partially assigned, as to time, place, rights and privileges
(298 F. 470, 1924). Does this case contradict the Digital Millennium Act? Are the copyright rules in violation of any rights
concerning our right to free speech? If so, how are those rights violated? The Statute of Anne in eighteenth century Europe,
was set up to prevent the unauthorized composition of works that had
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The Chrysalids is a Dark Book by John Wyndham
The Chrysalids by John Wyndham is a dark book where the plot, characters and setting are all influenced by death. The
word Chrysalid is a scientific term which refers to the larva that most insects pass through before becoming adults. John
Wyndham metaphorically compares this definition to the story by comparing this process to humans. He is saying that the
state humans were in before Tribulation was a baby state and now they are maturing into adults. It does not come at an easy
price; sacrifice and death affect the process of change. The influence of prejudice and bigotry throughout The Chrysalids
leads to death in the lives of Sophie Wender, Aunt Harriet and Joseph Strorm. Firstly, resulting from prejudice and bigotry
Sophie is killed tragically. Since Sophie was born with a mutation (a sixth toe) the community of Waknuk s views towards
Sophie s extra toe force Sophie and her family to flee to the Fringes. The Fringes is a dry wasteland where all deviations
(mutations) are sent to die upon their discovery. After Sophie and her family fled; the inspector a man who monitors
mutations speaks to David about Sophie s toe, telling David the seriousness of the situation. Not reporting a human deviation
is a very, very serious thing. People go to prison for it. (51). Being pushed to the Fringes because of prejudice and bigotry
brings Sophie one step closer to her own demise. Consequently, her new life is filled with darkness, starvation and loneliness
in which death slowly
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Remember The Titans Segregation
Remember The Titans is a great football movie, and an even better civil rights movie. The movie shows how TC Williams
handled desegregation and how the football team brought the community together. When the white players and black players
came together for the first time, they did not get along. Coach Herman Boone took the team to a camp, and the players
started to get along. When the players went back to school, they experienced the racism all over again. Eventually, the team
helped the school and community get over the desegregation. The movie takes place in 1971, and TC Williams High School
was one of the first high schools in the area to desegregate. The type of segregation that the school had was de facto, which
means that blacks and whites could go to school together. However, there were still segregated schools because the kids in a
neighborhood went to school together, and the neighborhoods were usually full of people of one race. Brown vs. Board of
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The most important part of the trip was that the players became close to each other and the team was a family. Coach Boone
made all of the players learn about each other and become comfortable with each other. The camp was also essential for
conditioning and learning plays. Seeing how hard the players were pushed, you can tell that they would be in very good
shape. There was a big difference of how the team was when they boarded the bus to go to the camp, and when they arrived
home. I think that going to the camp was one of the biggest reasons for the teams success. In conclusion, Remember the
Titans was a very powerful movie. It was very enjoyable to watch, and is personally one of my favorite movies. Remember
the Titans shows how a football team helps their community overcome the integration of blacks into TC Williams High
School. I would highly recommend this movie to anybody, even if they didn t like
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The World s Columbian Exposition
In 1893, The World s Columbian Exposition was held in Chicago to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher
Columbus s arrival in the New World and to show how America has grown and progressed since then. In conjunction with
the world fair, was the Parliament of the World Religions, an event displaying non Christian religions and where they were
able to speak on behalf of their own religion. However, even though the world fair was hosted on a total of 690 acres of
land, not a single one of those acres were dedicated to Native American Religion besides a teepee set up at the entrance and
the noble savage. In the text of the world fair the Classification of the World s Columbian Exposition , Native Americans
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The Great Awakening occured in the spring and summer of 1735 associated with a revivalist preacher and Congregationalist
Protestant of the name Jonathan Edwards. Though their is great debate around the exact effect and correlation the so named
Great Awakening had on the cause of the American Revolution, many did and still believe today that it was The Great
Awakening that got people ready for the revolution and without it, the American Revolution would have never occured. By
giving The Great Awakening and John Edwards preaching so much power it causes one religion, Protestanism, to become
compatable as a part of the American identity. By associated Protestantism with an American identity it reveals the founders
hypocrisy when they stated in the Bill of Rights that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof when it seems indeed a single religion is being promoted as the American religion.
However, this could also simply be because of the confusion in definitions and what peoples views on church and state s
relationship is and or should be on its promotion of a religion. This issue was brought up on page 89 of the reader, when in
1818 in Connecticut, Baptists argued that the state should support all churches equally while Thomas Jefferson argued that
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Investigating How Control Is Through Technology
Investigate how control, through technology is exercised in the chosen organisation.
INTRODUCTION
For any kind of organisation to exist, there should be controlling system over it. On the bases of academic articles, corse
book, experience of a senior manager of pharmaceutical business and researcher s personal experience of teleworking, this
report shows how variable technologies help managers lead employees, control the relationships with partner companies,
influence customers. In other words how it helps businesses to become more successful and competable. It demonstrates
how different types of technology affect the business, in most cases leading it to a greater profit and lower costs. However, it
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Technology affects unemployment, economic growth, and organisational structure of jobs. Through innovation in
technology, new jobs are created while old jobs are made redundant. There is also an overall skill upgrading effect while
some tasks are deskilled.
Current stage of technological development gives the opportunity of nonstandard work to the business world. Examples
include freelance, telecommuting, workshifting, home working and the idea of blended workforce, when standard and
nonstandard employes work side by side. Nonstandard jobs are more common for high skilled, high paid workers; it allows
more fredom and flexibility. Some disadvantages of homeworking and teleworking involve absense of team spirit and lack
of face to face social interactions and sharing ideas. In addition management connot easily monitor, control the activity and
make sure that employees are working towards the same goal.
Recently, applying blogs for knowledge sharing and problems solving across the organisation has dramatically changed the
nature of work. Managers use technological methods to encourage informal coordination and make the workplase more
engaging for benefiting the teamwork. Same communication tools are utilized between managers of different department to
combine their work together or by partner companies to do business together regardless of time zone and language issues.
On the other hand, the usage of the
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Why Geothermal Energy Is Good For The Environment And The...
Why is Geothermal Energy Beneficial?
Com 217: Science Writing and Presentation
Purdue University
November 3, 2014
Why is Geothermal Energy Beneficial?
Volcanoes are wondrous formations on the earth. Humans are fascinated by them but are often very cautious about
volcanoes. They see them as explosive, lava spewing mountains often causing natural disasters. These are just some of the
effects of a volcano but plus side to it is that its energy can be harnessed. Energy that can be used from a volcano is
Geothermal Energy. It is a clean, renewable energy which uses the steam produced from vents and hot springs near
volcanoes. In this paper I am going to prove why Geothermal Energy is good for the environment and the society. Firstly I
am going to discuss what geothermal energy is. Secondly, I will discuss the benefits of geothermal energy to the
environment. Thirdly I am going to show how geothermal energy is beneficial to the society around its source. Lastly I will
compare geothermal energy to other energy sources and show why geothermal energy is the way to go.
What is Geothermal Energy?
The earth stores thermal energy within itself, this energy is then projected to the surface of the earth. This is then released
through vents that are close to volcanic systems or other tectonically active areas. These could be steam vents, mud pots and
hot springs. The temperatures used to reach up to 100 degrees centigrade. This is the most conventional
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A Short Note On Anti Aging Skin Care
Anti aging skin care
The moment we are born we start to age throughout our lives, the effects of aging are getting more noticeable in our bodies.
At age 20 you start to see the effects of aging to be noticeable in the skin. One of things that affects the skin is called,
Chronological age , it causes a chemical change in collagen and elasticity. The connective tissues give the skin its firmness
and elasticity. The loss of firmness and elasticity occurs at different times. Everybody s skin is different, some age different
than others. When people start to loose elasticity in the skin, it starts to get drier, fat padding starts to disappear, when you
start to lose fat padding and connective tissue the skin starts to sag. It looks less limber and wrinkles start to form. The skin
may be itchy with increased dryness, and a cut may heal more slowly. With aging the process of photo aging may take place.
Photo aging is the effect of chronic and extreme sun exposure on the skin. Cigarette smoking also provide aging effect of
biochemical changes, it brings about in skin tissue. Photo ageing and chronological aging combined may appear to advance
the progress of chronological ageing. In fact photo ageing may be accountable for the preponderance of age associated
change in the skin s manifestation: mottled pigmentation, surface roughness, fine wrinkles that disappear when stretched,
age or liver spots (lentiginous) on the hands, and dilated blood vessels. Chronic sun exposure is very
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A Company s Decision For Buy Navigation And Mapping Software
This scenario focuses on a company s decision to buy navigation and mapping software. The manager of the company
approaches their IT manager, Patrick, who is supposed to recommend the best software. Although, Patrick does not commit
any illegal offences, he shows through a number of actions that he violates professional ethics. R Bradburn states that
business ethics... is an oxymoron suggesting that the idea of business can never coincide with ethics because business in
itself is too interested in expansion and selfish motives.
All IT professionals should meet the criteria of the British Computer Society Code of Conduct. The BCS Code of Conduct
states an employee should take into account Public Interests, Professional Competence and Integrity, Duty to Relevant
Authority and Duty to the Profession. The BCS Code of Conduct seems to be based on Deontological Ethics as it states that
it is an employee s duty to fulfil these guidelines. Firstly, an interest in the effect on the public is vital to the maintenance of
ethics throughout a company. In a sense, a company cannot function properly without the support of the public. Whereas,
Professional Competence and Integrity indicates that an employee should try to gain as much knowledge as possible to
influence growth and improvement. This also indicates that those seeking improvement within a company should encourage
other employees to do the same. The BCS section, Duty to Relevant Authority states that an employee
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The Pros And Cons Of Linux
In the beginning, Linus Torvalds, a young man who studied computer science at the University of Helsinki, thought Unix
like academic operating system should be available for free and is an open source software.
Hence, he decided to do a better operating system which is free of charge and is an open source software. The Linux kernel
was first released in 1991, it is designed to be used with GNU software. GNU developers eventually integrated their
software into Linux to create an operating system. Linux is everywhere so it is available in many forms to suit many needs
where from consumer oriented systems for home use to distributions for use in specific industries. For instance, it is in our
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Linux is a software on a computer that enables applications and the computer operator to access any devices on the
computer to perform its desired functions. To put it simply, Linux is an operating system that enable to manage the
communication between software and hardware. The operating system (OS) relays instructions from an application to, for
example, the computer s processor. The processor performs the instructed task, then send the results back to the application
via the OS.
As we know, Linux is all free and easy to install. This zero cost of entry accompanied with an open source license. Open
source follows the following key of philosophies, for instance, the freedom to study how the program works, the freedom of
running a program, the freedom to redistribute copies and also the freedom to distribute copies of the modified versions to
the others.
Linux is said everywhere because it is powering roughly 94% of worldwide supercomputers, most of the servers powering
the Internet, the majority financial trades worldwide and a great number of Android devices. It also appears in many
different architectures, from mainframes to server to desktop to mobile and on a wide variety of
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Greg Foot Summary
The science presenter of the seminar is Greg Foot, he studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge and then he did a Master
degree in Science Communication, the video was published on the Royal Society of Chemistry in March 11 2016. The
seminar is about how modern science and research can be related to excitement and adventure. Greg talks about what
happens in the human body when is pushed over its own limits to survive in an environment where the body is not used to
function properly, in this opportunity, The Everest. Greg Foot relates his experience about going to the highest lab in the
world at Everest Base Camp. In this base camp, a team of scientists, doctors and children were pushed themselves to
extremes to uncover cutting edge medical
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Throughout Our History, Infectious Diseases Have Posed
Throughout our history, infectious diseases have posed the biggest challenge on human survival. It s hard to believe that
people once assumed that foul odors caused diseases or that one becomes ill due to the presence of evil spirits . It s also hard
to imagine that there was a time in which it was seldom that a parent would see all of their children grows up into adulthood.
The fight against disease developed with the consolidation of the germ theory, which also offered a massive forewarning for
most individuals. The germ theory, alone, played a massive role in the entire revolution of medicine. The theory acquainted
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Medicine men or priests represented healers due to the fact that they were believed to have special relationships to the
supernatural realm. Exorcisms, spells, and divination were common practices to cure those infected by disease, or evil spirits
. Modern vocabulary still reflects these beliefs through phrases such as being attacked by an illness, or to fight off infections.
The beliefs of the supernatural controlling the health of individuals was unanimous all throughout the ancient world and
confirmed by medical writings from Egypt, China, India, and Mesopotamia.
The history behind the evolution of the germ theory of disease can be traced back to speculations in 300 BC. Hippocrates of
Cos, Greek physician known as the father of western medicine, attributed disease to vapors that arose from decomposing
material or swampland. Hippocrates believed infectious diseases formed through atmospheric miasmatic theory of disease,
which was that diseases were caused by miasma, which was a noxious form of bad air . Hippocrates s theory was influential
up until the late nineteenth century; the time when the relationship between disease and microbes was confirmed.
The contagiousness of leprosy, beginning in the early centuries of the Christian era, played a major roll in the study of
disease transmission. The book of Leviticus, in the Old Testament, is one of the earliest writings to notice a system in
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The Influence Of Nationalism In Canada
Each nation state controls its own governing policies; even so, nationalism is a concept that cannot be severed from politics.
To be concise, nationalism is described as the feelings people have when identifying with their nation. It has the ability to
impact a country s social, political, and economic conditions. Incidentally, nationalism should be perceived as a negative
force due to the amount of tragedies it has generated throughout the course of history. It s remarkable influence has left
many collective groups feeling isolated or mistreated. Nationalism first emerged in the 18th century, during the early days of
the French Revolution. Prior to this, France was under the reign of an absolute monarch known as King Louis XVI. The
king had no respect for his subjects, and believed that he alone constructed France s identity. However, civilians disagreed;
fed up with the feudal system which only benefited the noble class and the clergy, the middle class whispered ideas of
change. These progressive ideas were not welcomed in medieval times, as plotting against your monarch was viewed as
treason. Nationalism only seemed to encourage this thought process, as soon Louis ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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While Canadian residents may be racially and culturally diverse, we pride ourselves on acceptance and understanding of
multiculturalism. This is a concept promoted throughout Canada, as we believe co existing with different cultures is
fundamental in a world that is becoming increasingly interconnected due to globalization. In Canada, you have the power to
construct your own identity, not nationalism. The negative aspect of a concept such as nationalism is that it only represents
the prevalent traits that emerge within a given population, ignoring many minority groups and often leading to
discrimination. That is why we believe that you define who you are, not the
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Stock Split Advantages And Disadvantages
STOCK SPLIT:
A stock split is a process in which the number of already issued shares increases without increasing the market capitalization
of the company. In other words, Stock split is nothing but the division of already issued shares of a firm into a larger number
of shares. Stock split increases the number of outstanding shares while at the same time decreasing face value share price
proportionally. i.e, when a company split its stock 2 for 1, then the number of shares will get double face value, the share
price will become half. The goal of the stock split is to make the stock accessible to as many investors as possible. A share
split will result in all shareholders holding more shares in the company. But, their stake in the share ... Show more content on
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Hence, companies split stocks to come over this problem. Stock splits are mainly carried out with the intention that it should
be affordable to small investors which will eventually enhance the liquidity of the stock. Hence, the main motive is to
enhance the liquidity of the stock.
If a company wants to reduce its market price to half, it will issue 2 for 1 stock split which means the company will issue
additional 1 share per 1 share currently issued thereby doubling the total number of shares. There might be a 3 for 2 stock
split, for example, which means that 3 shares are to be issued for each 2 shares of currently issues shares.
A stock split is usually applied by companies that have seen their share price increase to levels that are either too high or are
beyond the price levels of peer companies. For e.g, ICICI BANK, shares of ICICI bank used to trade at 1700 in 2014 it s
peers like HDFC BANK, KOTAK MAHINDRA etc. used to trade at half of its price at that time then ICICI came up with a
5 for 1 stock
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Trauma Teams And The Trauma Team
According to the Merriam Webster dictionary trauma is an injury (as a wound) to living tissue caused by an extrinsic agent.
The intrinsic agent could be a fall, assault, or a car accident that creates the trauma. Trauma is the leading cause of death in
the 1 44 year old age group. Trauma teams were set in place to help reduce the number of deaths caused by trauma by
having different multidisciplinary working together. This correlates to the build cohesive teams through mutual trust
principle of mission command.
Trauma teams apply mission command continually as they deal with the traumas coming in. The acuity of the traumas
coming in determines if the trauma team will be activated. According to the North Central Texas Regional Advisory council,
the most common traumas that require automatic trauma team response include: multisystem blunt trauma with unstable
vital signs, penetrating injury of head, neck, chest abdomen, burns greater than 20% or involving face, airway, hands, feet, or
genitalia, amputations, paralysis or other signs of spinal cord injury, flail chest, open or suspected depressed skull fracture,
unstable pelvis or open pelvic fracture, two or more longbone fractures, and high energy events such as fall greater than 20ft,
ejection from vehicle, death of occupant in same vehicle, bent steering wheel, auto pedestrian impact, motorcycle or bicycle
involvement and significant assault.
All this different traumas involve different systems of the body. This is
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Essay on Annie Liebovitz s Women
Annie Liebovitz s Women
After reading a book on various feminist philosophies, I evaluated Annie Liebovitz s book and collection of photographs
entitled Women according to my interpretation of feminist philosophy, then used this aesthetic impression to evaluate the
efficacy of feminist theories as they apply toward evaluating and understanding art.
A photograph is not an opinion. Or is it? So begins Susan Sontag s introductory essay to the book Women, a collection of
photographs by Annie Leibovitz. Collected without a stated intention other than to treat on the subject matter at hand,
Leibovitz s images confront a wide spectrum of issues surrounding women living in America at the end of the twentieth
century. Sontag explains, Any ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Of particular concern are the women who are celebrated and glamorized as successful and well educated artists, actresses,
and celebrities. We are so familiar with slick, glossy photographs of women such as Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore,
rapper Lil Kim, or young actress Christina Ricci, that at first glance these portraits are far more celebratory, depicting the
women in thoughtful, atmospheric lighting, perfect makeup and hair, beautiful clothing, and carefully framed shots. It is
very clear these are not tabloid photos, but instead artistic portraits, to be viewed as such. The complication arises when we
consider what statement Leibovitz is making about the real nature of their careers, however, as seen in a careful evaluation
of the postures and presentations of these powerful and successful women.
Drew Barrymore is wearing a gauzy flesh colored dress, splayed out on a patch of ultra green filtered grass. Her face is
turned away from us, almost unrecognizable, looking downward and over her shoulder, her arms listlessly at her side and
touching her shoulder. She is flat on the ground with her knees raised and spread slightly apart, shot from above, with a
corpse like pallor and demeanor. Were she not identified in the caption by name, a viewer would be hard pressed to
determine the identity of this accessible and apparently disposable body. Perhaps this is the
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How to Construct Research Question
IB Extended Essay Forming a Research Question
Choice of topic
The topic chosen must focus on the human past, be worthy of study, and lend itself to systematic investigation in line with
the published assessment criteria. Essays that focus on events of the last 10 years are not acceptable, as these are regarded as
current affairs, not history.
It is not a requirement for the topic to be chosen from the Diploma Programme history course, but it must be acceptable to
the supervisor. It should provide an opportunity for critical analysis of source material, and not depend on summarizing
general secondary sources (such as textbooks and encyclopedias), as this approach is likely to lead to an essay that is
essentially narrative or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Some examples of titles, research questions and approaches chosen in the past include the following.
Title Varying interpretations of the Salem witch trials
Research question Which theory best explains the Salem witch trials?
Background reading is undertaken to enable identification and explanation of two dominant theories as to why the trials took
place. The merits of the two theories are appraised using data obtained about the accused and the accusers.
Approach
The influence of National Socialist ideology on the German school system in the late 1930s: a case study
Title
To what extent were Hitler s educational aims fulfilled in the Uhland
Gymnasium, 1937 1939?
Research question
Reading is undertaken to enable a summarization of National Socialist ideology and curriculum proposals. Primary sources
(teachers records) are used to establish how far the proposed changes were put into practice in one school during 1937 1939.
Approach
104 International Baccalaureate Organization 2007
History
Title Changing views of the 1962
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Bruno Tarsitano s Atlas
Well, Robert says, I m sure it s crossed your minds why I m here in Bramble of all places. I m here because Atlas, aka Bruno
Tarsitano, lives here when not working missions. He lifts a folder from his desk and hands it to Rusty. I peer over my brother
s shoulder, seeing that the folder contains photos of a man I surmise is Atlas. There are also several pages of our father s neat
handwritings. I can t imagine the amount of hours of research our father s put into all of this. I ve been keeping tabs on him,
writing down his schedule. Every Tuesday, like clockwork, he drives over to Mansfield and drives up the hill to an old
mental hospital and Did you say hospital? I cut in sharply. Images of Nathan sleeping inside a hospital like dreamscape
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Don Mclean s Song American Pie
America has and forever will be the ever changing land that accepts all cultures. Every decade in this country s history has
seen immense change brought forth. Change could be seen as good or bad depending on who it has affected. Changes in the
culture of music are pretty common and rapid. Change in American politics also take place on a daily basis. Changes within
the military again, can be something seen every single year. These changes have the ability to affect the pride in which
Americans are feeling at that specific time period. Don McLean s song, American Pie, reflects his opinion on the decline of
America and its loss of innocence during the 1960s. Don McLean was born in 1945 in a rather large New York town. His
childhood was pretty good as he had two parents who supported him. McLean was born with asthma which was said to
affect his school work. However, by the age of five he had developed an interest in all forms of music and would spend
hours listening to the radio and his father s records. (McLean) By the time he was a teenager, McLean knew that he wanted
to pursue a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He wrote the initial intro one day while in the gatehouse in NY. Not until two months later did he decide to take another look
at the words he wrote, and add to it. What followed was a long writing process of complex lyrics that made up an eight
minute song for the ages. The lyrics are clearly references to the events mentioned above. The lyrical content of American
Pie is very heavy and involves many different references to the time period. There are six verses and one ever so famous
chorus that make up the song. The first verse sets up the song bringing a nostalgic feel talking about McLean s childhood. It
even brings reference to the day McLean was handing out the newspapers featuring Buddy Holly s death. He ends the first
verse with the famous lyric The day the music died .
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  • 2. Time And Space In Death Of A Salesman And The Glass Menagerie Time and space is an intriguing concept. Arthur Miller s (1949) Death of a Salesman and Tennessee Williams (1945) The Glass Menagerie both implement these concepts in different ways. Death of a Salesman is told through the perspective of a man who is imagining his memories, while at the same time, living his everyday life. The Glass Menagerie, similarly, is told through the memories of the narrator, Tom Wingfield, but not while he is living his present life. The characters in both stories reminisce of their past regrets. However, the intent of the author s use of time and space to reach the reader is different in these stories. Arthur Miller (1949) demonstrates that Willy Loman is trapped in his feelings of guilt for what he did in his past, and how his decisions led up to his present in Death of a Salesman. Willy regrets his infidelity while both his career and children leave him trapped in the past. He relives his memories of his brother Ben when he is complaining of his job, often idealizing Ben. Why didn t I go to Alaska with my brother Ben that time! Ben! That man was a genius, that man was success incarnate (p. 27). Willy also begins to think of the woman he adulterated with when he is appreciating his wife, because he knows that he does not deserve her. You re the best there is, Linda, you re a pal, you know that? [...] The Woman has come from behind the scrim and is standing, putting on her hat, looking into a »mirror« and laughing (p. 25). Arthur ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Essay On Opt-In Email Marketing Finally you have come to understand the value of your opt in email marketing list. There are so many success stories of people who make money online for free with their opt in email marketing lists you have finally decide to build a list of your own or monetize the list you already have. Then you come to realize that you only thought you knew all there was to know about opt in email marketing lists. To this point you may have followed the guru s advice to the letter and you still are not able to make money online. The fact is that you may even be in the position of losing money. You might have found that even though you started with a large opt in email marketing list that you don t have that many that actually buy from you. You have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2) Make post to forums of competing sites. Meaningful and helpful comments and tips are always appreciated and acceptable. Doing this will help you build trust and a following that assist you in building your own opt in email marketing list. Ask other forum users to join your list. Making friends in this way also makes it easier for your new friends to become your new customers. Be sure to always have a link to your site in your signature or by line. 3) Provide solutions to a problem or challenge that your readers will likely have. Most people are surfing and looking around on the internet for things that will help them. If you are the one offering solutions via your opt in email marketing list, whether that is some product or a service, they are more likely to not only subscribe to your site, but become a customer as well. Remember, facts tell, solutions sell. There is one fundamental truth when it comes to marketing and sales online. People will only buy from someone they trust. You build that trust by making yourself valuable to them. You make yourself valuable by identifying and providing solutions to their problem or challenges. There is one thing you should always keep in mind about marketing and what motivates people to buy. Pain Sells. People everywhere and in all walks of life respond to pain. They either want to end their pain or avoid pain. One of the best business models I have discovered is to offer people a way ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Random Acts Of Kindness Research Paper Random Acts of Kindness for this Holiday Season Many children are taught that Christmas is when you receive gifts from others, but what they don t find much joy in doing is giving, instead. Whether it costs money or not, it does not matter, it s the thought that counts. Imagine comparing the joy a homeless person would have compared to a child while receiving clothes, the child would probably frown since they were most likely expecting a toy and the homeless person would be overjoyed since they barely have anything. We have to give thanks for what we have, so we may help to serve those of us who have nearly nothing. To help out those in need, or maybe not even those in need, we may do a variety of things, a few examples I thought of could ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Most of the options on my list involve using money, however there are definitely random acts of kindness that you may do without using any money. If you can t afford to give/use money to/for others in need, you may simply give someone a compliment, rake a friend/neighbour s leaves, help someone with their groceries, or even just a simple smile. This Holiday season, I hope to be able to find the time to read a book to a young child at my school. Reading books of their choice would obviously benefit them, since they re having a good relaxing time while listening to someone read a book to them, and it would be free of charge. The children I read to would benefit from this act of kindness, as explained previously, but reading aloud would also be beneficial for me as a student. It would be beneficial for me as well since I would be able to practice my ability of speaking out loud to a small audience, this would help me to improve my public speaking skills as well as how I act around young children (this is necessary since I want to be a pediatrician in the future). In conclusion, giving is so important, not always to benefit you in some way or another, but to help out others who may not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Acute Graft Rejection There are 3 types of graft rejection which are hyperacute, acute and chronic graft rejections. Hyperacute graft rejection is a rare type occurs while the patient is still in the operating room. The acute graft rejection on its part attacks donor cells of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells recipients. Occurs within days to occur and can be either be direct or indirect allorecognition and it is treated with immunosuppressive drugs. The final type; chronic rejection also happens to be the most common cause for graft dysfunction and is based on vascular insufficiency and graft fibrosis. It can occur within months to years. Chronic graft rejection is caused by both antibodies and lymphocyte. In antibody induced chronic graft rejection, the rejection is through complement fixation which causes coagulation and tissue injury. Complement activation also use macrophages and neutrophils to cause ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... References Rittenhouse Olson, K. and De Nardin, E. (2013). Contemporary Clinical Immunology and Serology. (1st ed.). Upper Saddle River: Pearson. Zabriskie, J. B. (2009). Essential clinical immunology. New York: Cambridge University Press. Steele, P. (2016) Clinical Immunology Module 3. Lecture 1: Hypersensitivity. (PowerPoint slides: Narration) Retrieved from University of Cincinnati Immunology Blackboard: https://canopy.uc.edu/bbcswebdav/courses/2168 F_35MLSC3053001/16US_MLSC3053001_ImportedContent_20160413040126/Handouts/Mod3_Lecture1_Hypersensitivity.pdf. Colvin, R. B., R N., Smith. (2015, October). Antibody mediated organ allograft rejection : Article ... Retrieved October 19, 2016, from http://www.nature.com/nri/journal/v5/n10/full/nri1702.html GRAFT REJECTION Brown University. (n.d.). Retrieved October 19, 2016, from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Hideyoshi Contribution ideyoshi Hideyoshi was an influential Japanese influential feudal ruler, daimyo, throughout the 16th century. Hideyoshi was known to be a daimyō, warrior, general, samurai, and politician of the Sengoku period, and was especially known to have started a new age of in Japanese culture. Hideyoshi was a highlight of the Japanese feudal era which made choosing an influential person a worthwhile task. I have personal history with the level of influence his prestige has over history. His name was once referenced in a conversation between my second generation Japanese American friend. I was interested in what she told me about the history of her family back in Japan. I will be using this paper as a conduit to help start my understanding a small portion of Japan history through researching the famous Hideyoshi and his celebrated achievements Hideyoshi was believed to born in 1536 in a time of competing daimyo, Japanese samurai lords, challenging for local and national leadership. Hideyoshi s early life was a natural rags to riches story. Starting from humble beginnings, Hideyoshi was born into a life of peasantry under the supervision of his father, Yaemon. His early life is obscure and few stories were told about his childhood that reflect his future legacy. A story goes that Hideyoshi s mother saw rays of sunlight fill the room during the this great leader s birth. Another story says that as a child he was able to get the village children together and perform strategic mock ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Interior Design Social And Psychological Theories Interior Design social and psychological theories were developed to aid the designers in better understanding people s needs when it comes to a space. Even in ancient times, requirements had to be met to make living conditions bearable. High ceilings, clerestory windows that allowed natural sun light in, tripartite floor plan arrangement and more were some of the norms of design that helped people psychologically and socially adapt to their current conditions. How do people feel when they are at a certain setting? What triggers discomfort, irritation or distress? What causes good mood, appetite or comfort? This is what Psychological Social theories explore, the space people relationship and the space mind relationship. Psychological ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Bad lighting or no natural lighting, wrong color palette, how crowded the space may feel, lack of privacy much more, are some things that if not taken into consideration could make the stay in a space unbearable. The final goal is for the occupier of the space to feel comfortable and at ease whether in a public or a private setting. Although there are many settings that must accomplished the explained above in this chapter, however, we will be focusing on the Psychological and Social theories in restaurant design for it is one of the most common examples that includes all the aspects explained in this chapter. Today, high levels of people populate public settings causing many requirements and demands to arise. One of them is the need for privacy in the often crowded public areas. When designing a restaurant layout, it is important to consider how much privacy will the visitors have. One of the biggest dilemmas in restaurant design is the need for tables and seating space which maximizes the profit of the business. However, overcrowding a space with furniture can make the diners feel enclosed and uncomfortable for no one likes to be too close to a stranger. On the other hand, just as people don t like very crowded spaces, they don like very big ones either for they seem cold and impersonal giving them a sense of exclusion. It is important to find the balance between the both. Privacy is best described as a process by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. An Assignment on Business Ownership July 4, 2011 An assignment on Business Ownership Ba 1105: Introduction to Business Business Administration Discipline, Khulna University Among a few types of Business Ownerships Sole Proprietorship, Partnership and Corporation Business will be discussed below. * Sole Proprietorship * This is the most oldest and common form of business ownership. It is a individually operated organization. * The sole proprietorship is the form of business ownership which is owned amp; controlled by a single individual. * A sole proprietorship is a business that is owned and controlled by a single individual * A sole proprietor is an active manager. * Features of Sole Proprietorship Business ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... * A company or corporation is an artificial being, invisible, intangible and existing only in contemplation of law. * A corporation is a legal entity that is created under the laws of a state designed to establish the entity as a separate legal entity having its own privileges and liabilities distinct from those of its members. * Features of Corporation * Limited Liability * Statutory responsibility * Law created concern * Artificial personality * Much capital * Democratic norm following * Perpetual succession * Common seal * Share capital * Independent nature management * Voluntary organization * Advantages and disadvantages of corporation: Advantages | Disadvantages | Greater and easy Capital | Difficulty of startup | Limited liability | Lack of control | Separate legal entity | Multiple taxation | Highly skilled operation | Lack of secrecy | Retain high performers | Lack of personal interest | Stability | Slow decision making | To form a corporation one or more person must make a decision concerning this. They have to prepare 2 important things 1. Memorandum of association, 2. Article of association. Then they have to complete some certain steps to start a corporation. Memorandum of association includes corporation Name clause, Situation and address clause, Object clause, Capital clause, Liability clause, Consent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Geological History Of The Valley Even though, it share similarity to the other region in the Western Northern America province, what make Death Valley unique is the characters of the mountains and desert valleys are in a grand scale than the others. In addition, varies rock type and formation which include volcanic, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks makes the valley a great place for geological study (Green, 1997, p. 9). Today s Death Valley we see has taken millions of years to take its present form. In this paper, we examining the geological history of the valley and its alluvia fan formation. Precambrian and early Phanerozoic Age I. Pre Cambrian Age In Pre Cambrian time, Death Valley landscape was much different than what is today. The Pre Cambrian eon is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Older and new discovery on fossils age diagnostic allows in construction a more rigorous stratigraphic framework of interval for the Death Valley succession (Fig. 3). The base for the constraints for biostratigraphy was calcareous microfossils, trace fossils, and megascopic body fossils. The construction of interval of successions allows to indicate the Precambrian Cambrian boundary [Corsetti Hagadorn, 2000]. In the Death Valley, the steep front of the Black Mountain contain the most widespread Precambrian rock of crystalline basement. Similar crystalline basement in a smaller outcrops are found north of Hanaupah Canyon along the east foot of the Panamint Range and the head of the Galena Canyon. At the head of the Galena Canyon, the outcrop of Precambrian is mostly schist. The schist is marked by vertical foliation which is cut off incongruously by conglomerate from the lowest formation in the Pahrump Series, the base of the Crystal Formation. The Amargosa thrust complexes are the outcrops of Precambrian Metamorphic rocks founded in the north of Hanaupah Canyon along the east foot of the Panamint Range. The outcrop mark the lower plat of the thrust fault which is likely to be the Amargosa thrust. In the Amargosa complex the Precambrian rocks are mostly gneiss specifically augen gneiss. The augen ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Werling Inc Case Summary Werling Inc. prides itself on providing quality roofing services for all residents of the Greater Cincinnati area. For over 100 years, the company has maintained high standards and is a BBB Accredited Roofer. In order for your roof to be fixed properly, they will also determine the best material needed for the job. Here are some pros and cons for some popular roofing materials today. EPDM Membranes: This material doesn t emit toxic or harmful chemicals. It s great for covering commercial spaces and many lab studies have proven that this material is suitable for various types of climate conditions. It can even be produced in 50 foot long sheets. The only downside is that it s not a good choice for residential buildings. Asphalt shingles: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Voting Essay Voting is a right that has long been fought over; it has taken countless reforms, amendments, and societal changes to make our country s great democracy what it is today. The time has come again to make a much needed reform in voting policies by lowering required age. Sixteen years olds should be permitted voting status for numerous reasons including their access to the same rights as older adults, previous success this policy has carried in other areas, and the full cognitive and reasoning development in these older teens. To start off, sixteen year olds are permitted nearly the same rights as older voters in every case except for voting. According to an article on teen voting, People under age 18 have the ability to win a Nobel Prize, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 2013, Takoma Park a small, progressive enclave in a suburb of Washington, DC became the first city in the US to lower its local election voting age to 16. In Takoma Park, the turnout rate for 16 and 17 year olds not only exceeded that of every other demographic in the city s 2013 and 2015 elections, but nearly quadrupled the overall average. (Crockett) Because of the age requirement decrease in this area, votes increased significantly. Contrary to popular assumption, younger teens value being represented. Moreover, other countries have implemented this process with great success; Internationally, at least 20 countries allow citizens under the age of 18 to vote. In Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, and Nicaragua, 16 year olds regularly contribute to the electoral process. In Greece and Indonesia, 17 year olds can vote in national elections, and in Israel they have the right to vote in municipal contests. Recently, 16 year olds in the Scotland election had a 75 percent turnout rate higher than voters three times their age. (Crockett). Through this evidence, it is obvious to see that lowering the voting age would be a step in the right direction for this country s democracy. Certainly, some critics would contend that teens are immature and uneducated about electoral processes and do not have sufficient skills to make critical decisions, but they are ignorant to the fact that their claim is not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. City Councilor Case Study The City Council performs three essential functions: representation, legislation, and oversight. If it fails to perform these roles adequately, Lewisville loses. By speaking for resident s interests, a City Councilor bridges the gap between City Hall and the parts of the city that may feel disenfranchised. By recommending candidates for mayoral appointments, a City Councilor helps ensure that Lewisville s diverse interests are represented in all areas of city governance. By taking an active role in setting city priorities, a City Councilor ensures that future plans will benefit as many residents as possible. City Councilors should represent the people s interests at City Hall. A good council will ensure that there are no conflicts of interest involved in determining who ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A Councilor needs to have a grasp of the complexities of the law, and an awareness of the risks and potential rewards of a change. A bad decision can undermine years of hard work and can cost homeowners and businesses thousands of dollars. A Councilor must be able to consider creative, but legal and ethical solutions to reach a positive outcome for all concerned. To fulfill its oversight and legislative responsibilities, the Council also enacts rules which affect the quality of life in our neighborhoods. It must be able to perform independent research and to diligently evaluate the information it receives from the city administration. If we want excellent, efficient government, then we must ensure that all policies, ideas, and projects get a sound review. A good Council will cooperate with the Mayor whenever possible, but some plans might be wrong for Lewisville, and the Council needs the guts to send them back to the drawing board. WHY I WANT TO BE A CITY COUNCILOR: There are three reasons I want to be Place 3 s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Motorcycle Insurance Quotes In what manner would you be able to locate the most reduced motorcycle quotes? when you are looking for any sort of insurance quotes, you need to try your hardest in giving the most precise information. The motivation behind why you need to do this is on account of an organization s motorcycle insurance quotes that give you the lowest rates. Article Body: It is one of the wisest things to compare motorcycle insurance quotes when you are attempting to get the best arrangement for your motor bicycle. In prior days you may have needed to go starting with one insurance provider then onto the next physically yet now you can undoubtedly get insurance quotes over the internet and compare motorcycle insurance from different providers at the solace of your home. With only a tick of a catch you will get the chance to see the different offers doing the rounds in the business sector of motor bicycle insurance today. What more do you need? Compare the prices without being haggled by the vicinity of salesman or store directors. Compare Motorcycle Insurance Quotes: ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The insurance companies will require a percentage of the information from you before they offer you a quote. You will need to give them an accurate record of the miles you ride and your use of petrol. To give this bit of information you will need to first discover the monthly use of petrol according to the miles you travel and afterward ascertain it appropriately to figure out the approximate yearly use. This information should be prepared with you so you don t fall in a false position when you set going to compare motorcycle insurance quotes from distinctive ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The Origins Of English Colonization Of The New World The origins of American English date back to the beginnings of the seventeenth century and the first successful colonization of the New World. Although the first English explorers led by Walter Raleigh had landed on the coast some three decades before, the attempts to establish a settlement failed due to unexpected conflicts with Native Americans. Jamestown, the first English colony named after James I was established in 1607. It was but one of many settlements that promptly started to fill the coast and adjacent islands. In 1620, a ship called the Mayflower landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Its passengers were Puritans, also known as the Pilgrim Fathers , seeking to set up a colony purified (therefore Puritans) from the Church of England ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. First Death In Nova Scotia, Sestina, And In The Waiting Room Childhood memories serve as significant elements within Elizabeth Bishop s poetry. Elizabeth Bishop illustrates childhood as an innocent and cherished entity. External factors, such as death and loss, jeopardize the fragility, or naiveté, of childhood. Bishop s poetry highlights the brevity of life through the reappearing subject of mortality and loss. The reoccurring themes of childhood, grief, and transience are prevalent within the poems First Death in Nova Scotia, Sestina, and In the Waiting Room. Childhood represents a fundamental theme within the poems First Death in Nova Scotia, Sestina, and In the Waiting Room. Each poem depicts the delicate nature of childhood and its state of innate virtuousness. Bishop conveys the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Sestina, Bishop describes the sorrowful tale of a grandmother and child suffering through a painful loss. Although the grandmother attempts to remain joyful and resilient to shelter the child, the woman s tears uncover her anguish. Noticing the grandmother s tears, the child paints a picture for her in order to make her feel happier and proud. With its storybook tone, Sestina relays wondering and otherworldly details brought on by the child s imagination (Paul). Towards the end of the poem, the buttons become little moons and fall down like tears and into the flower bed within the child s painting (Axelrod). The child utilizes their creativity to initiate other fanciful images. Of course, this goes unnoticed by the grandmother as these fairy tale occurrences transpired from the child s own mind and creativity. The inclusion of playful and innocent representations in Sestina bolsters the theme of youth and the righteousness that accompanies it. Additionally, the setting of the poem maintains a crucial element to relay the theme of childhood to the reader. According to Jay Paul, Bishop arranged the poem so that it occurs during a turning point a liminal moment. Also, objects placed in the setting, such as the stove, are reminiscent of fairy tales ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. The Life Of Superman Saves Seven Children Thinking back to my admittedly privileged childhood, the most vivid memory I had wasn t of my first dance recital, or my first lacrosse game, or even my first fist fight that I won against my seventh grade bully. It wasn t even of the day when my father was brutally murdered in front of my sister and I when we were thirteen. No, the most evocative memory I had was the day I purchased the newspaper for my parents at age twelve and saw, sprawled across the cover, the headline that changed my life forever. SUPERMAN SAVES SEVEN CHILDREN; PRAISED AS HERO ONCE MORE. That day, I took my alarmingly large amount of allowance, went down to the novelty store across the road, and bought sixty seven dollars worth of Superman merchandise. I came home with six comic books, three old newspapers, an action figure, a skimpy tank top that made its way to college with me before being puked all over, and a notepad that would later fuel my journalistic obsession to become as great as Lois Lane, Superman s girl of choice. A month after acquiring that first newspaper for my parents, my father left the world with a bullet hole placed cleanly in the center of both eyes. Soon after my Superman obsession began to dwindle in my first year of college, the masked hero Batman faced off with his archenemy and made headlines in Gotham, where I attended school. So I traded in my Superman shorts for a Batman shirt and went searching for him on the streets at night, desperate. Late in my third year of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. A Dream Of Passion By Euripides Medea And Apollonius s... The character Medea is a well known character throughout Greek culture due to Euripides s Medea and Apollonius s Argonautika. Jules Dassin s A Dream of Passion presents the story of Medea in a modern way, allowing myth and reality to intertwine. Because the film is based on the myth, the two main characters in the film, Maya and Brenda, share many qualities to Medea, such as killing of their children. Common themes, such as the position of women in society, are also presented in both mediums. These similarities show that Euripides and Dassin are conveying the same ideas using different methods. As stated in the paragraph above, Maya has a lot in common with Medea. However, we do not see that until later in the movie. She originally starts off as a character who is very unlike Medea. She does not understand the passion of Medea. Kostas, the director, asks her to repeat Okay. My director, my love. When she does, her love does not come across and this frustrates him. According to Kostas, No love is no passion and no passion is no Medea. At this point, we already see the differences between Maya and Medea. Early in the film, Maya claimed that she would rather go to battle than to give birth to a child. It is evident she wants to focus on acting, hoping to revive her career. She seems to care only about her image; she demands the costume designer to pick out costumes that make her look younger. Furthermore, when suggested that she visit Brenda to better understand Medea, she ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. A Correlation Between Primary Psychopathy And Cognitive... PSYC 121: Introduction to Psychology 1 Is There a Correlation Between Primary Psychopathy, Secondary Psychopathy and Cognitive Empathy? Aisha Atherton 300335111 Tutor s Name: Nick Allan Tuesday, 5.10 7pm, EA404A Abstract The point of this investigation was to determine if there is a relationship between the two subtypes of psychopathy and cognitive empathy. A correlation design was employed, in which Levenson, Kiehl and Fitzpatrick s (1994) Levenson Self Report Psychopathy Scale and Baron Cohel, et al s (2002) Reading the Mind in the Eyes tests were given to 452 Victoria University Psychology students. Calculations were made, and resulted in the results to being a significant, negative correlation between primary psychopathy and cognitive empathy, but no significant correlation between secondary psychopathy and cognitive empathy. This concludes that not all psychopathy is correlated with cognitive empathy, but there is a relationship. Is There a Correlation Between Primary Psychopathy, Secondary Psychopathy and Cognitive Empathy? Many studies have been conducted to determine if there is a correlation between Cognitive Empathy and the two subtypes of Psychopathy (e.g. Ali Chamorro Premuzic, 2010; Levenson, Kiehl, Fitzpatrick, 1994; Baron Cohen, et al., 2002). Cognitive empathy is defined as the capability to understand the emotions of another (Ali Chamorro Premuzic, 2010). Psychopathy is defined as an individual who shows traits of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Hitler s Conspiracies On The Home Front On October 7th, 1916, Hitler received a server would to the leg resulting from a shell blast, while stationed near Bapaume. He was then sent to convalesce at Beelitz, where he healed up. When he had recovered from the injury he went on a trip to nearby Berlin, for some sight seeing. The capital was suffering from food shortages, and that combined with long working hours for the munition workers caused work strikes to occur. This is seen as the real reason behind the fall of Germany, a lack of food and thus lack of mutations. After witnessing this all Hitler labeled them cowards and traitors, showing no empathy for their plight. The lack of morale for the war was sickening for him and depressed him greatly. Soon. he returned to his regiment ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hans Mends writes He sat in the corner of our mess holding his head between his hands in deep contemplation. Suddenly he would leap up, and running about excitedly, say that in spite of our big guns victory would be denied us, for the invisible foes of the German people were a greater danger than the biggest cannon of the enemy. . Hitler felt the full weight of the British offensive at Arras and then the Third Ypres. For his bravery, he was awarded a number of citations, including the Military Cross 3rd Class with Swords. With high morale, the German High Command had its last throw of the dice in the final offensive. But the combination of American economic might with French and British experience would be too much for the Germans. Even if they could break through to Paris, they would have no way of capturing it. While the Germans fought bravely, it was a losing battle they were carrying on. On August 4th Hitler received an Iron Cross 1st Class for personal bravery and general merit. He single handily captured a group of French soldiers taking cover in a shell hold. He tricked them by yelling that they were surrounded and should ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Reflection On Aa Meeting Prior to the meeting I was angry because multiple locations failed to provide the meeting in which I needed to attend. I could not stay upset for a long time because if I would have given up, I would not have been able to meet with this group. This meeting place was somewhere I had visited before in order to support a friend. Since I had previously attended the meeting at this location I expected to see some of the same individuals from the previous visit. I also expected to experience a different set up for the meeting, but I did not. The step of the meeting was the same as the previous visit, but due to my anger I did not pay attention to the group s set up. In the beginning of the meeting, the hostesses both greeted themselves and welcomed everyone to the meeting. They asked if there were any announcements that were needed to be made, and about two persons discussed an AA event that was approaching. It was similar to a retreat that individuals could attend with their sponsors. Another individual shared with the group about different have canceled their AA meetings for the week due to Easter celebrations. That is most likely why ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Homer s role was the Identified Addict and his wife was the Enabler. Homer did not mention if he had any children so I am unsure if there were additional roles. I just feel his story was so powerful in the content but also the power in his voice and how he presented his story was powerful. We also discussed the role of the enabler and how an individual could enjoy this role in which they are positioned in, if they were to have the power like Homer s wife. He mentioned that she had all of the fun in the world when he was incoherent. Homer mentioned that all of her fun came to a stop, because he had chosen to become. He stated that from that the day he wanted to make his change is when his wife did not want to be with him ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Essay On Burnsville The earliest inhabitants of Burnsville were the Mdewakanton Dakota Indians. Around 1750, Chief Black Dog established a permanent village between Black Dog Lake and the Minnesota River, near the present site of the Black Dog Power Plant. After the Dakota nation ceded land in 1851 and moved to Chief Shakopee s village in Prior Lake, the area was settled by numerous Irish, Scottish, and Norwegian farmers from Saint Paul. One of these Irish settlers was a man by the name of William Byrne. In 1850, Byrne settled near the Scott County line at the present day junction of County Road 34 and Judicial Road. There he donated land for a church, school, and cemetery as well as serving as Town Chairman. In 1858, the Dakota County Board authorized Byrnsville Township. The township bordered the Minnesota River to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 1864, rail access came and Burnsville developed into a resort town. The township boasted cottages along Crystal Lake, Orchard Lake, and Marion Lake in nearby Lakeville. The Bloomington Ferry provided river crossings until the finished construction of the Bloomington Ferry Bridge in 1889. The Lyndale Avenue Drawbridge opened next to Black Dog Lake in 1920 extending Minneapolis north south highway to the southern, rural communities like Burnsville. Even still, it remained a quiet township with a population around 600 hundred people. School was taught in a one room schoolhouse that contained up to eight grades. With the arrival of Interstate 35W in 1960, Burnsville began to experience its largest population boom that would last for two decades. The interstate ran straight through the heart of Burnsville, bringing with it both new residents and business. The population of Burnsville accelerated by 20,000 from 1960 to 1970. After defeating an annexation by the city of Bloomington, Burnsville was officially incorporated in 1964. Soon after, the city experienced mass housing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. James and the Giant Class notes from April 14, 2011 This presents three different sample outlines for the Preliminary Research Report, using different research topics. I have edited the outlines somewhat, mostly by re arranging ideas into the appropriate section (for example, moving some questions out of III and moving them into III or vice versa). After the examples I present a brief review of style/voice in other words, how to write up your information in each section, by demonstrating how you might begin each section. In these examples section I and II present questions that the Preliminary Report would answer. For example, the first paper would explain who was affected by Katrina, what Katrina was, and so on. Section III presents questions that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... People directly effected iii. Other people around the world iv. Research from major media, surveys, people publically speaking out against the government s failure to act appropriately, Overall topic: Scarcity of water and food Subtopic: Scarcity of water and food in Africa Research Question: How does the interrelationship between water and food production affect life in sub Saharan Africa? I. Introduce the overall topic, explain basic info about that topic a. What questions must this paper answer about this topic? Why is it scarce? Why is scarcity an issue? Is the scarcity of food dependent on the scarcity of water? When did water start becoming scarce? What can the U.S do about it? Is it effecting the U.S. Is it directly effecting Americans. Or are we part of the problem? (These questions are less important than the others for an overview of the topic, but do help the reader connect to the topic.) II. Introduce the subtopic that you intend to focus on, explain basic info about that topic a. What questions must this paper answer about this subtopic? Where do they get water? Is it filtered/contaminated? o Does location of watering holes play a factor in scarcity of water? o Does Africa posses the technological means to purify water? What is Africa s annual GDP? What part of Africa is the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Analysis Of Epiphenomenal Qualia By Frank Jackson In the paper Epiphenomenal Qualia, Frank Jackson presents the concept of Qualia and the knowledge argument in order to prove physicalism false. Jackson s knowledge argument introduces a thought experiment about a neuroscientist called Mary. His thought experiment is designed to refute physicalism by showing that there is non physical knowledge in the world. However, there are many flaws in Jackson s thought experiment that lead to its ultimate failure in proving that physicalism is wrong, such as its appeal to a misleading intuition, the ambiguity of its premises, and the assumption that it is possible to gain all physical knowledge of color from a colorless room. Jackson explains that the goal of his paper is to refute physicalism by using an argument rather than relying merely on intuitions. He makes a declaration that he is what people call a qualia freak. He describes qualia as the raw feel or quality of experiences that we have. There is something that the hurtfulness of pains, the itchiness of itches, pangs of jealousy... tasting a lemon, smelling a rose, hearing a loud noise or seeing the sky feels like (127). There s a natural feeling or a sensation that all these conscious experiences bring for the person experiencing them. Jackson claims that qualia cannot be explained by any kind of physical information, since our knowledge of the structure of the brain, its physical states, and the function of those states is not enough to tell us what the smell ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Montgomery Bus Boycotts Research Paper Unity, Constancy, and Persistence The Montgomery bus boycott can be regarded as one of the most successful and significant boycotts in our nation s history. For many years, African Americans sought to legally integrate everyday amenities such as movie theaters, restaurants, and public bathrooms. Most movements before the Montgomery boycotts were smaller in scale and didn t get as much attention as hoped. On the other hand people were seemingly more willing to get involved this time. The massive involvement amongst African Americans and the courageous acts of many link the success of the Montgomery boycotts to three words, unity, constancy, and persistence. Rosa Parks refusing to give her seat to a white individual, at the time against the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... People were excited and saw the possibility to make a change by helping each other and staying true to their character no matter how tough the circumstances became. Furthermore, the constant pressure created within the country eventually leaked and the United States faced being labeled as the country of segregation and inequality for people of color. In consideration of quite possibly more than a third of the world being colored the United States, specifically rich white males, now had to come together to provide a better living situation for all people. In conclusion, the Montgomery Bus Boycott with the help of unity, constancy, and perseverance set an example for the United States that proved to be beneficial not only for those being oppressed but for the country s image as a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Analysis Of Bieiris De Romans And Na Maria Arianna Martin History of Music I Dr. K. Griffeath 04 December 2017 Title: Bieiris de Romans and Na Maria: Who was the lover, and who was the muse? Thesis: Although many scholars of troubadour works argue that Bieiris de Roman s Na Maria is written as a profession of love from one woman to another, closer examination confirms this affection to be platonic friendship in the language of the period, possibly with sociopolitical motives. Arianna Martin History of Music I 23 October 2017 Bibliography Amtower, Laurel. Private Desire and Public Identity in Trobairitz Poetry. Dalhousie French Studies 73 (2005): 3 18. Bogin, Magda. The Women Troubadours. Norton Paperback. New York: Norton, 1980. 75, 132, 176 short book ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her paper over Na Maria should be the first material read on the subject. Ganze offers a comprehensive introduction to the poem and each of the arguments it leaves. In addition, she offers her own opinion, which is not found anywhere else. She asserts that de Roman s poem, in addition to detailing platonic friendship, actually had socioeconomic implications. Gaunt, Simon. Poetry of Exclusion: A Feminist Reading of Some Troubadour Lyrics. The Modern Language Review 85, no. 2 (1990): 310 29. Lewent, Kurt. The Troubadours and the Romance of Jaufre . Modern Philology 43, no. 3 (1946): 153 69. Macdonald, Aileen Ann. A Refusal to Be Silenced or to Rejoice in Any Joy That Love May Bring: The Anonymous Old Occitan Canso, Per Ioi Que D amor M avegna . Dalhousie French Studies 36 (1996): 3 13. Although her current whereabouts are unclear, at the time of publication, Macdonald taught at Dalhousie University. Her paper begins with a solid overview of all the trobairitz recognized today. The sole mention of de Romans is interesting; she says only that Na Maria was written by a woman to a woman and that the latter could be the Virgin Mary. Macdonald writes about a specific trobairitz poem and its implications as its author plays a masculine role in her canso. The reader is left wondering if perhaps de Romans also took a masculine approach; if she did, could ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Survivor Of A Survivor A plane crash, a shark attack, a shipwreck, or even cancer, are all types of life threatening events. Majority of the population would agree that people who can overcome experiencing one of these or a similar event is classified as a survivor. In this case, a survivor would mean somebody who has experienced a near death situation and overcame it. However, not everyone has faced one of these and yet is still a survivor. A survivor is simply anyone who successfully copes with a hardship better than the majority of the population would. At age nine, most kids are worried about what their friends are doing after school, the next meal they are having, or when a new video game is coming out. Jacob Mallard on the other hand, was more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He began to provide for his family by making dinner, babysitting, helping his siblings with with homework, teaching morals, and much more. Austin, his younger brother, who is now a freshman in high school, told me, Jacob is always there for me whether it s academic help, a girl problem, or athletic improvement. I look up to him and am so glad to have him. Since he had to be the caretaker for the family he matured much faster than the average child is expected to and is very responsible and dependable despite his age and lack of parental guidance he has had growing up. Although we are very similar in personality he far surpasses me in leadership. As a junior, he was elected captain of his high school football team who ended up winning state. This meant that even older and better players respected his leadership and depended on him to do what was right for the team and lead them on and off the field. One weekend, I went to watch him play against their cross town rivalry. There was only 30 seconds left and they were losing by 5. He pulled his team into a huddle and you could tell that they trusted him to choose a play and had full confidence in him. Before they broke the huddle and lined up 20 yards from the end zone, he took number 89 to the side, grabbed him by the shoulder, and spoke to him. A few seconds later the ball flew into 89 s hands as he caught ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Antigone Foil To Creon Antigone versus Creon In the play Antigone, the character Antigone serves as a foil character for Creon in an attempt to show Creon the wrong in his judgement. The play is based around the belief of right by burial which Creon so happens to be denying a certain man of that right, Polynices, one of Antigone s brothers. Antigone serves a foil for Creon through most of her actions throughout the play. She buries her brother not once but twice, she argues with Creon over the right by burial belief, and Creon has a chain reaction of loss that was caused by Antigone s death. At the start of the play Antigone is suffering from the loss of her two brothers Eteocles and Polynices who fought and killed each other in battle. Antigone states Eteocles ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During the play Creon has a few more conversation one being with his son, Haemon, and during their talk his son says Then she won t be the only one to die. (Sophocles 19 ) which he stating that if Antigone is going to die he is going to die with her. Creon just feels anger towards his son but, is unexpecting of what is to come of Antigone s death. Afterwards he had a discussion over the topic with Teiresias which led to convince Creon that he was wrong with his decisions and needed to let Antigone free with his own hands. What he finds at her tomb is Antigone and his son Haemon dead. Creon was heartbroken by this but, the tragedy does not end here. His wife Eurydice hears of her son s death and commits suicide herself! The devastated Creon says Wrong! How could I have been so wrong? And these deaths I caused you have seen them In my own family by my stubbornness. Oh my son, so young, to die so young, And all because of me! (Sophocles 29) which is showing that he is finally accepting that his decisions concerning the burial were wrong. With all the events that has happened, Antigone s death is the source of what made Creon finally understand that he made the wrong decision even though it was through tragic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Dan Gable Role Model Nolan Balzer Mrs. Galaviz English 12 February 28, 2015 The History of Dan Gable If you are, or ever were, a wrestler, could you imagine having a record of 181 1? Dan Gable did not have to imagine it, because that was his record. Throughout his high school, college and Olympic career, he only lost one match. Nate Kaeding expressed it perfectly when he said, He has truly earned his place as the godfather of Iowa sports (Wrestling Life). Dan Gable is the best, pure wrestling role model because of the amount of hard work and dedication he put into the sport and his drive to always be better. This is illustrated in his record as a high school and college wrestler, a coach, and in the Olympics as a wrestler and coach. Danny Mack Dan Gable ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the article, Gable Dominated as a Wrestler and Coach , the author, Mike Puma, talked about Gable: In his first season, the Hawkeyes went 17 1 1 and finished third at the 1977 NCAA tournament. Gable was voted the NCAA s Rookie Coach of the Year (Gable Dominated). Between 1978 and 1986, Gable led his team as a coach to nine straight NCAA titles, and in twenty one seasons as the head coach at Iowa State, he led them to fifteen titles. While Gable was a coach, Lou Banach, a wrestler of Gable s, said No one is a better motivator than Gable and that is a huge part of the success of Iowa wrestling (WrestlingLife). Gable was not only a good coach because of this motivation, however. Because he was such a successful wrestler through high school, college, and the Olympics, his wrestlers had something to live up to. They were challenged every day to be better than he was. During Gable s career as a coach, his teams lost more than one dual meet in a year only five times in his twenty one years. He coached 152 All Americans, 45 National Champions, 106 Big Ten Champions and twelve Olympians, including four gold, one silver and three bronze medalists (DanGable). The Hawkeyes won twenty five consecutive Big Ten championships, twenty one under Gable as head coach and four while he was an assistant coach and administrator (HawkeyeSports). At that time it tied the longest streak of national titles won by any school in any ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Copyright And Public Domain Within The Entertainment Industry Caitlin Davis Project Proposal Assignment Dr. Fox Horton 19 February 2017 Copyright and Public Domain within the Entertainment Industry What aspects make up intellectual property? How is it protected? According to Leslie Ellen Harris, it is important to shed light on just what copyright is. She writes, Section 102 of the U.S. Copyright Act states the following: In no case does copyright protection for an original work of authorship extend to any idea, procedure, process, system, method of operation, concept, principle, or discovery, regardless of the form in which it is described, explained, illustrated, or embodied in such work (Harris 39). Understanding the limitations and exceptions within the field of copyright aids in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The case of A M Records Inc. v. Napster Inc., record companies brought infringement action against Napster for the unfair use of copyrighted work and harmed the potentiality of music within the market (239 F3d 1004, 2001). With the burgeoning of the internet age, musicians and artists were faced with the threat of in home piracy, via file sharing programs like Napster, or Grokster. There are claims made suggesting that copyright is a direct violation of our freedom of speech. Within the general foundation of protection and enjoyment of those protections, rest limitations, because of the real connection between authorization and copyright law. The goal of research is to investigate and unearth specific facts about the history of intellectual property in relation to old and contemporary court cases. The M. Whitmark Sons v. Pastime Amusement Decree states that copyright is an indivisible and cannot be split up and partially assigned, as to time, place, rights and privileges (298 F. 470, 1924). Does this case contradict the Digital Millennium Act? Are the copyright rules in violation of any rights concerning our right to free speech? If so, how are those rights violated? The Statute of Anne in eighteenth century Europe, was set up to prevent the unauthorized composition of works that had ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Chrysalids is a Dark Book by John Wyndham The Chrysalids by John Wyndham is a dark book where the plot, characters and setting are all influenced by death. The word Chrysalid is a scientific term which refers to the larva that most insects pass through before becoming adults. John Wyndham metaphorically compares this definition to the story by comparing this process to humans. He is saying that the state humans were in before Tribulation was a baby state and now they are maturing into adults. It does not come at an easy price; sacrifice and death affect the process of change. The influence of prejudice and bigotry throughout The Chrysalids leads to death in the lives of Sophie Wender, Aunt Harriet and Joseph Strorm. Firstly, resulting from prejudice and bigotry Sophie is killed tragically. Since Sophie was born with a mutation (a sixth toe) the community of Waknuk s views towards Sophie s extra toe force Sophie and her family to flee to the Fringes. The Fringes is a dry wasteland where all deviations (mutations) are sent to die upon their discovery. After Sophie and her family fled; the inspector a man who monitors mutations speaks to David about Sophie s toe, telling David the seriousness of the situation. Not reporting a human deviation is a very, very serious thing. People go to prison for it. (51). Being pushed to the Fringes because of prejudice and bigotry brings Sophie one step closer to her own demise. Consequently, her new life is filled with darkness, starvation and loneliness in which death slowly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Remember The Titans Segregation Remember The Titans is a great football movie, and an even better civil rights movie. The movie shows how TC Williams handled desegregation and how the football team brought the community together. When the white players and black players came together for the first time, they did not get along. Coach Herman Boone took the team to a camp, and the players started to get along. When the players went back to school, they experienced the racism all over again. Eventually, the team helped the school and community get over the desegregation. The movie takes place in 1971, and TC Williams High School was one of the first high schools in the area to desegregate. The type of segregation that the school had was de facto, which means that blacks and whites could go to school together. However, there were still segregated schools because the kids in a neighborhood went to school together, and the neighborhoods were usually full of people of one race. Brown vs. Board of Education was an event that led to the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The most important part of the trip was that the players became close to each other and the team was a family. Coach Boone made all of the players learn about each other and become comfortable with each other. The camp was also essential for conditioning and learning plays. Seeing how hard the players were pushed, you can tell that they would be in very good shape. There was a big difference of how the team was when they boarded the bus to go to the camp, and when they arrived home. I think that going to the camp was one of the biggest reasons for the teams success. In conclusion, Remember the Titans was a very powerful movie. It was very enjoyable to watch, and is personally one of my favorite movies. Remember the Titans shows how a football team helps their community overcome the integration of blacks into TC Williams High School. I would highly recommend this movie to anybody, even if they didn t like ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The World s Columbian Exposition In 1893, The World s Columbian Exposition was held in Chicago to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus s arrival in the New World and to show how America has grown and progressed since then. In conjunction with the world fair, was the Parliament of the World Religions, an event displaying non Christian religions and where they were able to speak on behalf of their own religion. However, even though the world fair was hosted on a total of 690 acres of land, not a single one of those acres were dedicated to Native American Religion besides a teepee set up at the entrance and the noble savage. In the text of the world fair the Classification of the World s Columbian Exposition , Native Americans weren t even recognized as having ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Great Awakening occured in the spring and summer of 1735 associated with a revivalist preacher and Congregationalist Protestant of the name Jonathan Edwards. Though their is great debate around the exact effect and correlation the so named Great Awakening had on the cause of the American Revolution, many did and still believe today that it was The Great Awakening that got people ready for the revolution and without it, the American Revolution would have never occured. By giving The Great Awakening and John Edwards preaching so much power it causes one religion, Protestanism, to become compatable as a part of the American identity. By associated Protestantism with an American identity it reveals the founders hypocrisy when they stated in the Bill of Rights that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof when it seems indeed a single religion is being promoted as the American religion. However, this could also simply be because of the confusion in definitions and what peoples views on church and state s relationship is and or should be on its promotion of a religion. This issue was brought up on page 89 of the reader, when in 1818 in Connecticut, Baptists argued that the state should support all churches equally while Thomas Jefferson argued that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Investigating How Control Is Through Technology Investigate how control, through technology is exercised in the chosen organisation. INTRODUCTION For any kind of organisation to exist, there should be controlling system over it. On the bases of academic articles, corse book, experience of a senior manager of pharmaceutical business and researcher s personal experience of teleworking, this report shows how variable technologies help managers lead employees, control the relationships with partner companies, influence customers. In other words how it helps businesses to become more successful and competable. It demonstrates how different types of technology affect the business, in most cases leading it to a greater profit and lower costs. However, it evaluates some disadvantages, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Technology affects unemployment, economic growth, and organisational structure of jobs. Through innovation in technology, new jobs are created while old jobs are made redundant. There is also an overall skill upgrading effect while some tasks are deskilled. Current stage of technological development gives the opportunity of nonstandard work to the business world. Examples include freelance, telecommuting, workshifting, home working and the idea of blended workforce, when standard and nonstandard employes work side by side. Nonstandard jobs are more common for high skilled, high paid workers; it allows more fredom and flexibility. Some disadvantages of homeworking and teleworking involve absense of team spirit and lack of face to face social interactions and sharing ideas. In addition management connot easily monitor, control the activity and make sure that employees are working towards the same goal. Recently, applying blogs for knowledge sharing and problems solving across the organisation has dramatically changed the nature of work. Managers use technological methods to encourage informal coordination and make the workplase more engaging for benefiting the teamwork. Same communication tools are utilized between managers of different department to combine their work together or by partner companies to do business together regardless of time zone and language issues. On the other hand, the usage of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Why Geothermal Energy Is Good For The Environment And The... Why is Geothermal Energy Beneficial? Com 217: Science Writing and Presentation Purdue University November 3, 2014 Why is Geothermal Energy Beneficial? Volcanoes are wondrous formations on the earth. Humans are fascinated by them but are often very cautious about volcanoes. They see them as explosive, lava spewing mountains often causing natural disasters. These are just some of the effects of a volcano but plus side to it is that its energy can be harnessed. Energy that can be used from a volcano is Geothermal Energy. It is a clean, renewable energy which uses the steam produced from vents and hot springs near volcanoes. In this paper I am going to prove why Geothermal Energy is good for the environment and the society. Firstly I am going to discuss what geothermal energy is. Secondly, I will discuss the benefits of geothermal energy to the environment. Thirdly I am going to show how geothermal energy is beneficial to the society around its source. Lastly I will compare geothermal energy to other energy sources and show why geothermal energy is the way to go. What is Geothermal Energy? The earth stores thermal energy within itself, this energy is then projected to the surface of the earth. This is then released through vents that are close to volcanic systems or other tectonically active areas. These could be steam vents, mud pots and hot springs. The temperatures used to reach up to 100 degrees centigrade. This is the most conventional ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. A Short Note On Anti Aging Skin Care Anti aging skin care The moment we are born we start to age throughout our lives, the effects of aging are getting more noticeable in our bodies. At age 20 you start to see the effects of aging to be noticeable in the skin. One of things that affects the skin is called, Chronological age , it causes a chemical change in collagen and elasticity. The connective tissues give the skin its firmness and elasticity. The loss of firmness and elasticity occurs at different times. Everybody s skin is different, some age different than others. When people start to loose elasticity in the skin, it starts to get drier, fat padding starts to disappear, when you start to lose fat padding and connective tissue the skin starts to sag. It looks less limber and wrinkles start to form. The skin may be itchy with increased dryness, and a cut may heal more slowly. With aging the process of photo aging may take place. Photo aging is the effect of chronic and extreme sun exposure on the skin. Cigarette smoking also provide aging effect of biochemical changes, it brings about in skin tissue. Photo ageing and chronological aging combined may appear to advance the progress of chronological ageing. In fact photo ageing may be accountable for the preponderance of age associated change in the skin s manifestation: mottled pigmentation, surface roughness, fine wrinkles that disappear when stretched, age or liver spots (lentiginous) on the hands, and dilated blood vessels. Chronic sun exposure is very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. A Company s Decision For Buy Navigation And Mapping Software This scenario focuses on a company s decision to buy navigation and mapping software. The manager of the company approaches their IT manager, Patrick, who is supposed to recommend the best software. Although, Patrick does not commit any illegal offences, he shows through a number of actions that he violates professional ethics. R Bradburn states that business ethics... is an oxymoron suggesting that the idea of business can never coincide with ethics because business in itself is too interested in expansion and selfish motives. All IT professionals should meet the criteria of the British Computer Society Code of Conduct. The BCS Code of Conduct states an employee should take into account Public Interests, Professional Competence and Integrity, Duty to Relevant Authority and Duty to the Profession. The BCS Code of Conduct seems to be based on Deontological Ethics as it states that it is an employee s duty to fulfil these guidelines. Firstly, an interest in the effect on the public is vital to the maintenance of ethics throughout a company. In a sense, a company cannot function properly without the support of the public. Whereas, Professional Competence and Integrity indicates that an employee should try to gain as much knowledge as possible to influence growth and improvement. This also indicates that those seeking improvement within a company should encourage other employees to do the same. The BCS section, Duty to Relevant Authority states that an employee ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Pros And Cons Of Linux In the beginning, Linus Torvalds, a young man who studied computer science at the University of Helsinki, thought Unix like academic operating system should be available for free and is an open source software. Hence, he decided to do a better operating system which is free of charge and is an open source software. The Linux kernel was first released in 1991, it is designed to be used with GNU software. GNU developers eventually integrated their software into Linux to create an operating system. Linux is everywhere so it is available in many forms to suit many needs where from consumer oriented systems for home use to distributions for use in specific industries. For instance, it is in our smartphone, our Roku devices and even in our refrigerator. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Linux is a software on a computer that enables applications and the computer operator to access any devices on the computer to perform its desired functions. To put it simply, Linux is an operating system that enable to manage the communication between software and hardware. The operating system (OS) relays instructions from an application to, for example, the computer s processor. The processor performs the instructed task, then send the results back to the application via the OS. As we know, Linux is all free and easy to install. This zero cost of entry accompanied with an open source license. Open source follows the following key of philosophies, for instance, the freedom to study how the program works, the freedom of running a program, the freedom to redistribute copies and also the freedom to distribute copies of the modified versions to the others. Linux is said everywhere because it is powering roughly 94% of worldwide supercomputers, most of the servers powering the Internet, the majority financial trades worldwide and a great number of Android devices. It also appears in many different architectures, from mainframes to server to desktop to mobile and on a wide variety of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Greg Foot Summary The science presenter of the seminar is Greg Foot, he studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge and then he did a Master degree in Science Communication, the video was published on the Royal Society of Chemistry in March 11 2016. The seminar is about how modern science and research can be related to excitement and adventure. Greg talks about what happens in the human body when is pushed over its own limits to survive in an environment where the body is not used to function properly, in this opportunity, The Everest. Greg Foot relates his experience about going to the highest lab in the world at Everest Base Camp. In this base camp, a team of scientists, doctors and children were pushed themselves to extremes to uncover cutting edge medical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Throughout Our History, Infectious Diseases Have Posed Throughout our history, infectious diseases have posed the biggest challenge on human survival. It s hard to believe that people once assumed that foul odors caused diseases or that one becomes ill due to the presence of evil spirits . It s also hard to imagine that there was a time in which it was seldom that a parent would see all of their children grows up into adulthood. The fight against disease developed with the consolidation of the germ theory, which also offered a massive forewarning for most individuals. The germ theory, alone, played a massive role in the entire revolution of medicine. The theory acquainted people of the reality of germs and the magnitude of hygiene. This revolution was eternal and the most crucial ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Medicine men or priests represented healers due to the fact that they were believed to have special relationships to the supernatural realm. Exorcisms, spells, and divination were common practices to cure those infected by disease, or evil spirits . Modern vocabulary still reflects these beliefs through phrases such as being attacked by an illness, or to fight off infections. The beliefs of the supernatural controlling the health of individuals was unanimous all throughout the ancient world and confirmed by medical writings from Egypt, China, India, and Mesopotamia. The history behind the evolution of the germ theory of disease can be traced back to speculations in 300 BC. Hippocrates of Cos, Greek physician known as the father of western medicine, attributed disease to vapors that arose from decomposing material or swampland. Hippocrates believed infectious diseases formed through atmospheric miasmatic theory of disease, which was that diseases were caused by miasma, which was a noxious form of bad air . Hippocrates s theory was influential up until the late nineteenth century; the time when the relationship between disease and microbes was confirmed. The contagiousness of leprosy, beginning in the early centuries of the Christian era, played a major roll in the study of disease transmission. The book of Leviticus, in the Old Testament, is one of the earliest writings to notice a system in controlling ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Influence Of Nationalism In Canada Each nation state controls its own governing policies; even so, nationalism is a concept that cannot be severed from politics. To be concise, nationalism is described as the feelings people have when identifying with their nation. It has the ability to impact a country s social, political, and economic conditions. Incidentally, nationalism should be perceived as a negative force due to the amount of tragedies it has generated throughout the course of history. It s remarkable influence has left many collective groups feeling isolated or mistreated. Nationalism first emerged in the 18th century, during the early days of the French Revolution. Prior to this, France was under the reign of an absolute monarch known as King Louis XVI. The king had no respect for his subjects, and believed that he alone constructed France s identity. However, civilians disagreed; fed up with the feudal system which only benefited the noble class and the clergy, the middle class whispered ideas of change. These progressive ideas were not welcomed in medieval times, as plotting against your monarch was viewed as treason. Nationalism only seemed to encourage this thought process, as soon Louis ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While Canadian residents may be racially and culturally diverse, we pride ourselves on acceptance and understanding of multiculturalism. This is a concept promoted throughout Canada, as we believe co existing with different cultures is fundamental in a world that is becoming increasingly interconnected due to globalization. In Canada, you have the power to construct your own identity, not nationalism. The negative aspect of a concept such as nationalism is that it only represents the prevalent traits that emerge within a given population, ignoring many minority groups and often leading to discrimination. That is why we believe that you define who you are, not the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Stock Split Advantages And Disadvantages STOCK SPLIT: A stock split is a process in which the number of already issued shares increases without increasing the market capitalization of the company. In other words, Stock split is nothing but the division of already issued shares of a firm into a larger number of shares. Stock split increases the number of outstanding shares while at the same time decreasing face value share price proportionally. i.e, when a company split its stock 2 for 1, then the number of shares will get double face value, the share price will become half. The goal of the stock split is to make the stock accessible to as many investors as possible. A share split will result in all shareholders holding more shares in the company. But, their stake in the share ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hence, companies split stocks to come over this problem. Stock splits are mainly carried out with the intention that it should be affordable to small investors which will eventually enhance the liquidity of the stock. Hence, the main motive is to enhance the liquidity of the stock. If a company wants to reduce its market price to half, it will issue 2 for 1 stock split which means the company will issue additional 1 share per 1 share currently issued thereby doubling the total number of shares. There might be a 3 for 2 stock split, for example, which means that 3 shares are to be issued for each 2 shares of currently issues shares. A stock split is usually applied by companies that have seen their share price increase to levels that are either too high or are beyond the price levels of peer companies. For e.g, ICICI BANK, shares of ICICI bank used to trade at 1700 in 2014 it s peers like HDFC BANK, KOTAK MAHINDRA etc. used to trade at half of its price at that time then ICICI came up with a 5 for 1 stock ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Trauma Teams And The Trauma Team According to the Merriam Webster dictionary trauma is an injury (as a wound) to living tissue caused by an extrinsic agent. The intrinsic agent could be a fall, assault, or a car accident that creates the trauma. Trauma is the leading cause of death in the 1 44 year old age group. Trauma teams were set in place to help reduce the number of deaths caused by trauma by having different multidisciplinary working together. This correlates to the build cohesive teams through mutual trust principle of mission command. Trauma teams apply mission command continually as they deal with the traumas coming in. The acuity of the traumas coming in determines if the trauma team will be activated. According to the North Central Texas Regional Advisory council, the most common traumas that require automatic trauma team response include: multisystem blunt trauma with unstable vital signs, penetrating injury of head, neck, chest abdomen, burns greater than 20% or involving face, airway, hands, feet, or genitalia, amputations, paralysis or other signs of spinal cord injury, flail chest, open or suspected depressed skull fracture, unstable pelvis or open pelvic fracture, two or more longbone fractures, and high energy events such as fall greater than 20ft, ejection from vehicle, death of occupant in same vehicle, bent steering wheel, auto pedestrian impact, motorcycle or bicycle involvement and significant assault. All this different traumas involve different systems of the body. This is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Essay on Annie Liebovitz s Women Annie Liebovitz s Women After reading a book on various feminist philosophies, I evaluated Annie Liebovitz s book and collection of photographs entitled Women according to my interpretation of feminist philosophy, then used this aesthetic impression to evaluate the efficacy of feminist theories as they apply toward evaluating and understanding art. A photograph is not an opinion. Or is it? So begins Susan Sontag s introductory essay to the book Women, a collection of photographs by Annie Leibovitz. Collected without a stated intention other than to treat on the subject matter at hand, Leibovitz s images confront a wide spectrum of issues surrounding women living in America at the end of the twentieth century. Sontag explains, Any ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Of particular concern are the women who are celebrated and glamorized as successful and well educated artists, actresses, and celebrities. We are so familiar with slick, glossy photographs of women such as Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore, rapper Lil Kim, or young actress Christina Ricci, that at first glance these portraits are far more celebratory, depicting the women in thoughtful, atmospheric lighting, perfect makeup and hair, beautiful clothing, and carefully framed shots. It is very clear these are not tabloid photos, but instead artistic portraits, to be viewed as such. The complication arises when we consider what statement Leibovitz is making about the real nature of their careers, however, as seen in a careful evaluation of the postures and presentations of these powerful and successful women. Drew Barrymore is wearing a gauzy flesh colored dress, splayed out on a patch of ultra green filtered grass. Her face is turned away from us, almost unrecognizable, looking downward and over her shoulder, her arms listlessly at her side and touching her shoulder. She is flat on the ground with her knees raised and spread slightly apart, shot from above, with a corpse like pallor and demeanor. Were she not identified in the caption by name, a viewer would be hard pressed to determine the identity of this accessible and apparently disposable body. Perhaps this is the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. How to Construct Research Question IB Extended Essay Forming a Research Question Choice of topic The topic chosen must focus on the human past, be worthy of study, and lend itself to systematic investigation in line with the published assessment criteria. Essays that focus on events of the last 10 years are not acceptable, as these are regarded as current affairs, not history. It is not a requirement for the topic to be chosen from the Diploma Programme history course, but it must be acceptable to the supervisor. It should provide an opportunity for critical analysis of source material, and not depend on summarizing general secondary sources (such as textbooks and encyclopedias), as this approach is likely to lead to an essay that is essentially narrative or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some examples of titles, research questions and approaches chosen in the past include the following. Title Varying interpretations of the Salem witch trials Research question Which theory best explains the Salem witch trials? Background reading is undertaken to enable identification and explanation of two dominant theories as to why the trials took place. The merits of the two theories are appraised using data obtained about the accused and the accusers. Approach The influence of National Socialist ideology on the German school system in the late 1930s: a case study Title To what extent were Hitler s educational aims fulfilled in the Uhland Gymnasium, 1937 1939? Research question Reading is undertaken to enable a summarization of National Socialist ideology and curriculum proposals. Primary sources (teachers records) are used to establish how far the proposed changes were put into practice in one school during 1937 1939. Approach 104 International Baccalaureate Organization 2007 History Title Changing views of the 1962 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Bruno Tarsitano s Atlas Well, Robert says, I m sure it s crossed your minds why I m here in Bramble of all places. I m here because Atlas, aka Bruno Tarsitano, lives here when not working missions. He lifts a folder from his desk and hands it to Rusty. I peer over my brother s shoulder, seeing that the folder contains photos of a man I surmise is Atlas. There are also several pages of our father s neat handwritings. I can t imagine the amount of hours of research our father s put into all of this. I ve been keeping tabs on him, writing down his schedule. Every Tuesday, like clockwork, he drives over to Mansfield and drives up the hill to an old mental hospital and Did you say hospital? I cut in sharply. Images of Nathan sleeping inside a hospital like dreamscape ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Don Mclean s Song American Pie America has and forever will be the ever changing land that accepts all cultures. Every decade in this country s history has seen immense change brought forth. Change could be seen as good or bad depending on who it has affected. Changes in the culture of music are pretty common and rapid. Change in American politics also take place on a daily basis. Changes within the military again, can be something seen every single year. These changes have the ability to affect the pride in which Americans are feeling at that specific time period. Don McLean s song, American Pie, reflects his opinion on the decline of America and its loss of innocence during the 1960s. Don McLean was born in 1945 in a rather large New York town. His childhood was pretty good as he had two parents who supported him. McLean was born with asthma which was said to affect his school work. However, by the age of five he had developed an interest in all forms of music and would spend hours listening to the radio and his father s records. (McLean) By the time he was a teenager, McLean knew that he wanted to pursue a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He wrote the initial intro one day while in the gatehouse in NY. Not until two months later did he decide to take another look at the words he wrote, and add to it. What followed was a long writing process of complex lyrics that made up an eight minute song for the ages. The lyrics are clearly references to the events mentioned above. The lyrical content of American Pie is very heavy and involves many different references to the time period. There are six verses and one ever so famous chorus that make up the song. The first verse sets up the song bringing a nostalgic feel talking about McLean s childhood. It even brings reference to the day McLean was handing out the newspapers featuring Buddy Holly s death. He ends the first verse with the famous lyric The day the music died . ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...