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Shahid Kapoor
Early career, until 2005 Before starting off his career as an actor, Kapoor worked in several music
videos and ads, including the Pepsi commercial with Shahrukh Khan, Kajol and Rani Mukerji post
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) and the music video Aankhon Me Tera Hi Chehra by the Aryans along
with Hrishitaa Bhatt. While doing so, he decided to join the Shiamak Davar Institute for the
Performing Arts (SDIPA), where he was later seen in Subhash Ghai s film Taal (1999) as a
background dancer in the song Kahin Aag Lage Lag Jawe along with actress Aishwarya Rai and in Dil
To Pagal Hai (1997) of Yash Raj banner with actress Karisma Kapoor. In 2003, Kapoor played his first
leading role as Rajiv Mathur, a carefree young man in Ken Ghosh s moderately ... Show more content
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Kapoor portrayed the character of Aditya Kashyap, a dejected young industrialist full of angst and
despair. The film was well received by critics and Kapoor s performance earned him several
nominations for Best Actor at a number of award ceremonies, including Filmfare. Rajeev Masand
from CNN IBN noted, Despite the risk of being overshadowed by Kareena, his co star in the film,
Shahid Kapur leaves an indelible impression with a performance that is understated and mature, and
indeed the perfect foil to Kareena s boisterousness. [14] Kapoor then appeared in the Aziz Mirza
directed film, Kismat Konnection (2008), opposite Vidya Balan. The film was a semi hit at the box
office.[15] In 2009, Kapoor portrayed the dual role of twins Charlie and Guddu in the caper thriller,
Kaminey. Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, the film was a critical and commercial success and received
mostly positive reviews. Kapoor s performance was also critically acclaimed. Rajeev Masand from
CNN IBN wrote, Shahid Kapur rises to the challenge of creating two entirely different characters out
of Charlie and Guddu, and delivers a credible performance as each. Breaking
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Spinosaurus Paleontology
Paleontology in the New Assignment
Analysis of the article:
Crocodile Meets Godzilla A Swimming Dino Bigger Than T. Rex
The article that I chose for this assignment is about the recent discovery/confirmation of the first
known dinosaur which lived and thrived in the water. The Spinosaurus aegyptiacus was found and
collected by Dr. Nizar Ibrahim from the University of Chicago. Ibrahim along with his colleague Dr.
Paul Sereno determined that based on the fossil discovered that the specimen was a swimming
dinosaur. Technically, the bones of Spinosaurs were first discovered 100 years ago by a German
paleontologist in Egypt. However, these bones were only a sample of the full skeleton and they were
stored in a museum in Munich, Germany which was later bombed by the Allies during World War II;
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It is 50 feet long which is slightly bigger than a T rex. It has a long alligator like jaw with interlocking
front teeth which would have been useful at catching very large fish. Its hips and hind legs were
narrow and small. It also had paddle like feet. These traits along with the fact that it had to carry its
large weight on land would ve made the Spinosaurus have poor mobility and been a slow walker. It s
similar to someone trying to run on land with scuba gear on. These traits are however best suited for
swimming. And even the bones look more like those of aquatic animals than of other dinosaurs. They
are very dense and that is something you see in animals like penguins or sea cows, and that is
important for buoyancy in the water (Ibrahim 2014). The Spinosaurus has nostrils which are closer to
its eyes than to the end of its muzzle. This trait would ve made it easiser for swimming and hunting
prey while floating near the surface. It also had a dorsal sail. This is similar to a pelysosaurs which
used a sail for thermoregulation; however it is believed that the spinosaurus used this sail for attracting
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Ph2530Exercise1-1
Physics. PH2530
Exercise1.1
Gus Perez
1. The turning radius of a car is 36 ft. What will be the distance in meters?
We got 1ft = 0.3048 m. So we solve it like,
Distance = 36 ft. x (0.3048 m. / 1 ft.) = 10.9728 m. is the answer.
2. What is the sum of 1370 cm, 1575 mm, and 8.63 m in meters? (Hint: Refer to section 1.9 in the
textbook.).
We convert everything to meters. We know that 1m = 100 cm and 1cm = 10 mm. so we got,
1370 cm = 13.7 m and 1575mm = 1.575 m, so we add up the 3 values;
Distance = 13.7 + 1.575 + 8.63 = 23.905 m.
3. The cross sectional area of a hole is 725 cm2. Given that the area of a circle is A = πr2, find the
radius of the hole. (Hint: Use the problem solving method described in section 2.3 of the textbook.).
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The faster an object is moving, the more inertia.
10. A scooter and a rider together have a mass of 275 kg. If the scooter slows with an acceleration of
4.50 m/s².
Given m = 275 kg, a = 4.5, find the net force a. What is the net force of the scooter and the rider
together?
F = ma = 275 x ( 4.5) = 1237.5 N
b. Describe the direction of the force and the meaning of the negative sign in the acceleration value.
The meaning of the negative sign is that the acceleration is opposing the movement of the scooter and
rider. It is slowing down. The force F is opposing the movement.
11. What is the mass and weight of a 10 kg object on earth?
Given m = 10 kg and g = 9.8 m/s². Find the weight w = mg.
Mass = m = 10 kg and the
Weight = mg = 10x9.8 = 98 N
12. What is the mass and weight of a 10 kg object on the moon where the force of gravity is 1/6th that
of the earth s?
Given m = 10 kg and gmoon = gm = 9.8/6 = 1.633 m/s², find the weight.
Weight = w = m*gm = 10 x 1.633 = 16.333 N acting downward.
13. Find the acceleration of a forklift of mass 1400 kg pushed by a force of 2100 N that is opposed by
a frictional force of 425 N.
Given m = 1400 kg, F1 = 2100 N and Fk = 425 N. Find the acceleration a.
F=ma
a = (F) / (m) = (2100 425) / (1400) = 1.1964 m/s² in the direction of F1. because F = F1 Fk.
14. As you sit on the chair and study your physique,
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It Requires Maximum Effort For Ensuring Secure Boundaries...
It requires maximum effort to ensure secure boundaries of this company s network from. After people,
information is our greatest asset which is why it would be in the company s best interest to invest in its
protection. When we take the defensive approach we tend to attempt thinking along the lines as an
attacker. It s helpful to be familiar with several of the tools that are made available to them and the
ways these devices are used. More often than not an attack is planned. These incidents happen in
segments and there is a method to an attackers approach.
Therefore, most attacks do not merely happen. The attacks are elaborately planned out in phases.
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We could then act to protect those areas so that they are not unwanted doors to our critical data.
Once the vulnerability scans are active and in place, I suggest a strong stateful firewall that will detect
infiltration. This firewall should be capable of stateful inspections. Network/Host Intrusion Detection
Systems (IDS) are helpful in alerting of a breach. In addition, an unused ports should be closed and
filter the excess. Firewalls can help with the ports as well as port scanners (EC Council, 2010, p. 3
18). These are recommended administration tools that will defend against network attacks.
Scanning tools can aid the work on a network on either side. They are comparable guns, they can be
used to harm or protect. Security scanners move through a list of known areas of weakness and
explore each system (Tittle, 2003). There are also IP scanners, audits, and web server scanners
available to add to the protective layers. Attackers access to tools to assist in their attacks and the key
is to be the best position to prepare for those attacks. Popular among the Black hats are port scanners
similar to Hping2. Used maliciously port scanning is based on a system or rhythm to search for ports
in order to gain entry (Stewart, 2000). Hping2 is a command line based tool capable of using ICMP
echo request to analyze data. The tool is powerful in that it s not only a port
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Joshua Sobol s Ghetto In The Vilna Trilogy
Joshua Sobol s Ghetto is the first part of his Vilna Trilogy, A collection of stories centered around the
Vilna Ghetto during the Holocaust, Ghetto premiered in 1984 at Haifa Municipal Theatre in Israel.
Since then it has been seen around the world in more than sixty productions and been awarded
numerous accolades from countries around the world and even closer to home in Chicago. It won the
Jefferson Award for best production in 2000. Since it s premiere, audiences have been disturbed and
moved by the play s extremely painful portrait of Jews attempting to survive the Nazis at any cost and
attempting to also keep their humanity alive.
In the Vilna Trilogy (Ghetto, Premiered 1984, Adam, Premiered 1989, Underground, Premiered 1991),
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According to Sobol, Gens idea of preserving Jewish culture at a time when the ghetto was being
slowly destroyed came from his conviction that normalization and productivization . . . were the key
to saving as many people as possible [and he] regarded the theatre not only as a source of livelihood
and employment for the actors but also as an invaluable emotional outlet which would boost morale
and help to normalize ghetto life (Sobol, 228). In the question of morale, Gens was quickly proven to
be right. No fewer than 111 performances were given in the first year, and from January 1942, when
the ghetto s theatre opened to the final liquidation in September, 1943, the ghetto s population of
twenty thousand people had bought seventy thousand tickets. Over the objections of some of the
inhabitants, especially Kruk, who attempted to stop the cultural activity by displaying banners and
handbills declaring No theatre in a graveyard and No concerts in a graveyard, Gens pushed through
his plans for a vigorous renewal of cultural life in the ghetto and in the course of the play succeeded in
finally winning over many to his viewpoint, including Kruk. But along with this robust cultural
activity, Gens also
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Celestial Mechanics
Celestial Mechanics
Orbital Maneuvers
Earth, Moon, Mars, and Beyond
Rodolfo G. Ngilangil Jr. MBA, BSAE
Impulsive Maneuvers
Impulsive maneuvers are those in which brief firings of onboard rocket motors change the magnitude
and direction of the velocity vector instantaneously. The position of the spacecraft is considered to be
fixed during the maneuvers. This is true for high thrust rockets with burn times short compared with
the coasting of the spacecraft.
Orbital Maneuvers 2
Hohmann Transfer Definition
The Hohmann transfer is an elliptical orbit tangent to both circles at its apse line. The periapse and
apoapse of the transfer ellipse are the radii of the inner and outer circles.
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Determine the most efficient transfer from orbit 1 to a circular orbit of altitude 16 000 km (orbit 3),
and the required delta v.
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Phasing Maneuvers
A phasing maneuver is a two impulse Hohmann transfer from and back to the same orbit. Phasing
maneuvers are used to change the position of a S/C in its orbit.
Orbital Maneuvers 15
Phasing Maneuvers Assignment 2 :
S/C at A and B are in the same orbit 1. At the instant shown, the chaser vehicle at A executes a phasing
maneuver so as to catch the target S/C back at A after just one revolution of the chaser s phasing orbit
2. What is the required total delta v.
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Phasing Maneuvers ssignment 3 A
It is desired to shift the longitude of a GEO satellite from 99.1°W to 111.1 °W in three revolutions of
its phasing orbit. Calculate the delta v requirement.
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Non Hohmann Transfers with A Common Apse Line 1
Transfer between two coaxial elliptical orbits in which the transfer trajectory shar es the apse line but
is not necessarily tangent to either the initial or target orbit. The problem is to determi ne if there exists
such a trajectory joining points A and B.
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Non Hohmann Transfers with A Common Apse Line 2
rA = rB = e3 =
2 h3
1 µ 1 + e3 cos θ A 1 µ 1 + e3 cos θ B
2 h3
rB − rA rA cos θ A − rB cos θ B cos θ A −
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Television and Media Essay
Daytime Talk Television
Daytime talk television is certainly controversial. There are those who find these types of shows
informative and helpful. There are others who view these shows as pointless and inappropriate. I agree
with the latter. Daytime talk television is pointless and it presents material that should not appear on
television. I believe that some talk shows need to be removed from the airwaves and not seen again.
When looking at daytime talk television, once can see that there are two main styles, which are
apparent when looking at the content and manner at which they are presented. There are show like
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Her format is always inspirational and positive. These two different forms are the main types of
daytime talk television.
I feel that daytime talk television is both a good thing and can also be negative in its attempts to fight
for ratings. Those shows that I believe should stay on television and continue to be run are the positive
ones that have a goal that is based on people as opposed to those based on money and ratings. I
believe Oprah is on of the only talk show hosts that does a good job in dealing with people and their
problems. As Merry Thomas said, Oprah deals with topics that touch peoples hearts and she wants and
tried to help those in need. She does several shows that are aimed at inspiring and helping her viewers.
This idea of helping people can be seen through her show about family values. Oprah had Louie
Anderson on the set, and he was discussing how fame has put stress on his family and the
relationships within the family. Louie talked about how he tries to deal with his family and their
constant desire for financial support. His brother came on, and they discussed the problem in a calm,
relaxed way and how it has strained their relationship. Her kind of show is the kind we need more of
on television. It was nice to see two people discuss a problem as opposed to yelling and fighting about
it. I like her style and her love of people. I think that if a show is done in good taste and deals with
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Western World Monarchy
In Chapter 12 of The Rise of the Western World, the monarchy was checked by the Parliament which
eventually led to efficient property rights and economic development. Major reason power of the
monarchy was reduced was out of fear that the crown would infringe on property rights; once the
monarchy was checked property rights were deemed to be protected by Common Law. England,
similar to France and Spain, had an unchecked executive that attempted to infringe on property rights.
They were solely concerned with identifying new sources of revenue regardless of the impact on the
economy as a whole. The monarchy in England confiscated church lands and allowed special grants
and privileges and collected number of fees to increase the revenue flow (146). ... Show more content
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He secured common law over the development of commercial law and allied the Parliament with
common law (147). In addition to advocating the supremacy of the common law he also strived to end
the monopolistic privileges endowed by the crown. The Glorious Revolution ensured that England
would have a constitutional monarchy in which Parliament had the majority of the power and after the
Restoration, Parliament became dominant (149). As the Parliament rose, efficient property rights were
embed into the common
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Identity Vs. Role Diffusion Crisis
Jordan is interviewing for a job at a fast food restaurant. During the interview, it would be in Jordan s
best interest to display the characteristics of an extroverted person. Eysenck described someone that is
of high degree in the extroversion scale as someone that is outgoing and sociable (436). The
interviewer would like someone that is outgoing instead of shy because customers appreciate someone
that is approachable. He would also look for someone that is sociable because customers like someone
that can carry out a conversation. Displaying these traits during the interview would make a lasting
impression on the interviewer. Showing the interviewer that he had a positive transition into adulthood
will make a positive impression and may lead to him getting the job. The Identity vs. Role diffusion
crisis is the change in personality between the adolescent years to early adulthood. If Jordan is able to
show that he had obtained a positive result to the identity crisis. By him displacing that he successfully
overcame his adolescent years, he would be more likely to get the job because of his maturity. If
Jordan shows his interviewer that he has a high internal locus of control, he would make a lasting
impression. The internal locus of control can best be described as perceiving that one s life is out of
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If Jordan can show his interviewer that he is a fully functioning person, he will be more likely to get
the job because employers usually want someone that always has room for improvement. That is a
characteristic that many employers strive to find or push onto its existing employees. Also, some that
is flexible will make a great candidate because it shows that this person is humble enough to do any
task. Displaying himself as a fully functioning person will allow Jordan to make a lasting impression
on his
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Analysis Of Francois Truffaut And Alfred Hitchcock s Film...
Anyone who is even vaguely aware with film usually has a favorite director. Why? What distinguishes
one director from another? A director is the person who determines and realizes on the screen an
artistic vision of the screenplay; casts the actors and directs their performances; works closely with
production design in creating the look of the film...and in most cases, supervises all postproduction
activity, especially editing (Barsam and Monahan 496). Clearly, the director of a film is lead visionary
in how the film is made. But what makes some directors truly memorable and instantly recognizable?
Those directors take advantage of all different kinds creative possibilities and signatures to become the
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Alfred Hitchcock also used cinematography in a uniquely stylizing way. Hitchcock not only uses the
camera to create dramatic irony, but he also uses the camera to lie to the audience and create anxious
suspense. For example, in his film Psycho, when Marion is in the shower Hitchcock frames the scenes
very tightly. Marion is in a confined and very personal space. This makes her incredibly vulnerable.
Then Hitchcock heightens the suspense by creating dramatic irony with the reveal of a shadowy figure
closing in on Marion, unbeknownst to her. This creates a lot of anxiety for the audience, knowing the
protagonist is vulnerable and in danger with no way of altering the inevitable. Hitchcock then
manipulates the audience by revealing a brief silhouette of an old lady as our shower killer. Hitchcock
uses this reveal to lie to the audience, he makes the audience think they have more inside knowledge
confirming their already growing suspicions, when in reality the audience is misled entirely and the
murderer was Norman all along. The way Hitchcock uses the camera to reveal both inside information
and misleading information truly keeps the viewer engaged and not knowing what to believe until the
truth is finally revealed. By using this unique technique of controlling the audience by only showing
what he wants you to see, Hitchcock masterfully defies expectations and creates suspense. Both
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Social Responsibility Of KLM And Northwest Airlines
In 1967, KLM had moved their airport to Schiphol, Netherlands with improvements to the length of
the runway and the airport infrastructure. The 1970 s introduced the new generation aircrafts called
wide bodies. KLM found this as an opportunity to increase their transportation services by purchasing
the new Boeing 707. This aircraft has the capability to fit over 500 passengers. This aircraft was the
start of mass transportation for KLM as they are able to fly more passengers than before. In 1989, for
the first time in the history of air transport, an alliance was reached: KLM and the US carrier
Northwest Airlines merged to offer their customers convenient access to both their networks. A first
open skies agreement was reached in 1991 between the Netherlands and the United States, allowing
for all KLM and Northwest Airlines flights between Europe and the United States to be operated on a
joint venture basis starting in 1993 (History, n.d.). After that, KLM began mergers with other airlines
such as NLM Cityhopper and Netherlines for domestic and international routes.
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Being a corporation comes responsibility, social to be exact. KLM s corporate social responsibility, or
CSR for short, is a set standard of an integrated approach in the airline sector.The CSR policy is
directed at customers, employees and society (Company Profile, 2015). Not only did KLM earn their
tenth top position of Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes for airlines, but also, sector leader in the
umbrella category Transport. KLM s merge with Air France only made the company stronger as they
work together to keep the values of an honest carrier alive. They care about the quality and innovation
of their service. KLM listens customers and other carriers ideas as they have more an outlook of the
company as they view in a different
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Induction And Induction Essay
Deduction and Induction Isabel Bolio
A way in which a human being can acquire knowledge is by reasoning through guided principles of
validity; which is therefore through logic. This extends our understanding of our surroundings. Within
logic there are two branches that lead to reasonable conclusions, these are: inductive and deductive
logic. In the following paragraphs this two instruments will be described and exemplified in order to
compare them as means to reach logic.
Inductive logic is the form to achieve a conclusive and specific knowledge through general rules. It is
the urge of humans to construct patterns of observation through time. We all use simple induction all
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This example demonstrates how humans draw conclusions without enough examples, therefore
another problem arises: how many examples do we need to form a completely truthful conclusion?
On the other hand there is the opposite of Inductive logic: Deductive logic. It is the process by which a
secure conclusion can be reached through one or more general statements that are otherwise called
premises . It goes form general to specific. So if one is equal to two and two is equal to three then we
know that one is equal to two. This way of reasoning is easily applied to our ordinary lives an example
is: every day I leave to school at eight o clock; I take fifteen minutes and get there on time, therefore if
today I leave at eight o clock I will get to school on time. Another example; all students that have high
SAT scores do well in collage, a Laura had high SAT scores, she will do well in collage.
Equivalently to Inductive reasoning deductive logic has limitations. The issue is that the premises are
either drawn form observation or are merely assumptions. This means that the premises of a deductive
argument may come from inductive reasoning, which automatically leads us to the previous problems
encountered. It may however be that the deductive argument is
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Peter Singer Argument
According to the United Nations, a child dies of hunger every ten seconds. Likewise, millions of
people worldwide live in poverty and do not know when they will eat again. While the typical
American throws away leftover food, children are dying across the world from starvation. To put this
into perspective: By the time you have started reading, a child has died of hunger. Bioethicist and
utilitarian philosopher, Peter Singer, in his argumentative essay, The Singer Solution to World Poverty,
asserts that it is the individual s responsibility to save children in poverty. Singer utilizes many
rhetorical strategies including appealing to pathos, repetition, and comparison of statistics to defend
his argument: Whatever money you re spending on luxuries, not necessities, should be given away. He
adopts an analytical and indignant tone in order to convince Americans to donate money to save the
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Peter Singer provides the specific number, $200, to demonstrate how reasonable it is to save a child in
poverty. Additionally, he repeats, to save a child s life, which demonstrates exactly what a $200
donation could do for a helpless child. As an example, Singer references a credible philosopher, Peter
Unger, and acknowledges that, by his calculation, $200 in donations would help a sickly 2 year old
transform into a healthy 6 year old. Next, he establishes that, if you were to give up dining out just for
one month, you would easily save that amount. Singer emphasises this to show the reader how simple
it is to save $200, and, more importantly, save a child s life. By repeating this number multiple times,
following with, to save a child s life, throughout his essay, Singer implies a reasonable yet urgent tone
in order to convince the reader that if they donate, they will save a
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Case Facts And Tort Law
Case facts tort law
● Plaintiff [Esanda] was Lent cash to corporations related to an organization named excel, which
might indemnify the plaintiff if the businesses were unable to.
● Allegedly, the plaintiff entered this agreement supported certifications created by the the defendant
[PMH], UN agency were the auditors of excel.
● Excel was unable to supply the indemnities, and also the plaintiff sued the defendant pure economic
losses as a result from negligent words.
The types of occupation that are enclosed at intervals the broad class of the finance business cover a
large range of duties. several of those occupations need the giving of advice, maybe to individual
clients concerned regarding their personal finances or to business clients wanting to optimise the
monetary outcomes for their business. the kind of recommendation might relate, for example, to
investment methods, superannuation, products and services. If this recommendation seems to be
incorrect and therefore the person or business to whom it had been given loses money as a result, they
will look for compensation from the advice giver. The legal proceeding most likely to be used is that
of the tort of negligence, for what s better known diversely as negligent misstatement or negligent
misrepresentation .
This article examines however associate consultant within the finance industry could also be liable
within the tort of negligence for information or recommendation given within the course of his or
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Minimum Wage Issues
Minimum wage is one of the biggest issues facing American society today. The government has been
involved in the minimum wage of workers for more than a hundred years, so government and people
have debated about what should be the minimum wage that would advantage the economy and society
in total. But unfortunately, after a long time arguing about this problem nothing change and the
American worker and breadwinner are still struggling with their income, so the big problem for the
American society at present is the minimum wage that needs to be resolved and not forgiven, as the
community is now witnessing. However the United States of America is the most powerful country in
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The next important issue the question of how can one be a good citizen for the community. The young
generation in any country has this question, so they want figure out how to find a good model to a
better future for themselves and their community. the young generations in the U.S. observe gap
between the citizen, so they facing a lot of problems in their society that poor people has to coping
with that and the same time the rich people with all the opportunity, they continue their fancy life .
These young people wants be famous and rich because they see result of pain of gap between the rich
and poor people. These show the value of good citizen is not about honesty, kindness or man s rights
any more, but it is about just be rich, and powerful and famous. Honesty, this is so painful for the
society that class differentials themselves are dangerous consequences for the democracy community.
Another issue that shows the minimum wage has to be raised is the lack of motivation for middle
class. The first problem these families face is the inability to provide basic living facilities that include
housing, spending, and other human needs such as health insurance, and so on. Manet noticed that
Dupont lived with her mother,( I try to live within my means, but sometimes you just can t.) the
Houston, Texas, resident told a reporter last March. Dupont said she had no health insurance, was
behind on her car payments and had taken
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La Historia Me Absolvera also known as History Will...
The time of the Cuban Revolution involved a great deal of turmoil for Cuba as well as other countries
around the world. In 1945, shortly after the end of World War II, the Cold War was taking off between
the United States and the Soviet Union.1 Cuba was in the middle of its own war, the revolution, when
they caught up in the international politics of the Cold War. The interaction between international and
domestic politics played a major role in the outcome of the revolution. The result of the revolution left
Fidel Castro in charge of Cuba. The Platt Amendment states that the United States has the ability to
interfere at various points in Cuba s history. This gave America the ability to better serve its own
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The Fifth Revolutionary Law states that any gains received illegally under other regimes will be
confiscated by special courts set up to review records and find any of these gains obtained illegally.
These confiscated gains will go to pay retirements for workers and to set up hospitals and charitable
organizations.12 In addition, people believe that Castro s speech on revolution was a communist
conspiracy as well as a socialist ideologies. However, Fidel deceived the Cuban society and led them
to believe that his goals and help him represent democracy. In Castro s speech, History Will Absolve
Me, he discusses different kinds of policies that he would like to enforce on Cuba and make the Cuban
society believers of his ideologies. In the end, Fidel did not achieve what he initially wanted for the
people of Cuba. Even though, the actual Revolution was successful he failed to abide by his promises
to the people regarding a successful economic reform in Cuba. The actions taken by Castro in his trial
and his History Will Absolve Me speech really showed his view on the anti Batista movement. It
helped the people of Cuba to understand his passion to reform the country and increase the living
situations in Cuba. I believe that Castro s trial speech History Will Absolve Me, is a socialist
document. This speech is a theory of social organization of ownership and control of how Fidel
wanted Cuba to be. Castro
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Tourette s Syndrome Case Study
DESCRIPTION
Tourette s Syndrome, often shortened to TS, is an inherited neurological disorder. Although the cause
is unknown, studies suggest that it occurs when the nerves in the brain have trouble communicating
and when there is a disturbance in the balance of neurotransmitters.
It is characterized by repetitive, sudden, and involuntary movements or noises called tics. The tics can
be both motorized and vocalized. Motor tics are body movements that can be simple, such as rapid eye
blinking, shoulder shrugging, or nose twitching or complex, such as jumping, kicking, hopping, and
spinning. Simple vocal tics include grunting, sniffing, and throat clearing, while complex vocal tics
include repeating the words of others or repeating one s own words (ghr.nlm.nih.gov). About 10% of
those diagnosed with TS have coprolalia, usage of obscene language, and copropraxia, making
obscene movements. The syndrome does not directly affect a person s intelligence, as they function
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To be diagnosed with TS, a patient must have two or more motor tics and at least one vocal tic. The
tics must have begun before the patient has reached 18 years of age and have occurred for at least a
year. Opposingly, Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder may be diagnosed if the patient has one or
more motor tics or vocal tics, but not both that have been persistent for over a year and has not been
diagnosed with TS. In the case of Provisional Tic Disorder, the patient has symptoms identical to
Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder, aside from the fact that the tics have not been present for longer
than 12 months in a row
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Secrets to Choosing the Right Perfume that Smells Best on You
You have met people whose smell has stayed unchanged for long that they have become part of their
essence. Your boy/girlfriend or husband/wife, who smell of whichever is cool. Signature smells are
beyond pretty; they are your calling card to everybody you meet and soothe for all you love.
The following are secrets to choosing the right Perfume that smells best on you:
Do not Entrust a Odor until you Smell the Last Note
Eau de Cologne
Eau de Cologne is about five percent oil in a combination of water and alcohol. It is refreshing and
lighter, typically with a citrus oil element.
Eau de Toilette
It contains the amount of perfume oil between five and nine percent over Eau de Cologne, Eau de
Toilette mixed with alcohol.
Perfume
Perfume is almost 40 percent perfume oil combined with alcohol.
Learn which Odor Family you Take Pleasure In the Most
Scent Families for Women
Scents classified according to main scent characteristics. The four essential families that frame most
feminine fragrances are Floral/Sweet, Oriental/Spicy, Woody/Chypre and Citrus/Fruits/Fresh.
Keep Different Perfumes from Dissimilar Fragrance Families
It is somewhat beautiful to switch your signature scent in line with season, mood or occasion that day!
Floral/Sweet
Floral is the widely used perfume in feminine fragrances, extremely sweet and recognizable.
Citrus/Fruity/Fresh
These are Orange, lemon, grapefruit, lime and additional citrus fruits and many more.
Oriental/Spicy
These are warm
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The Early Signs Of Psychopathy
Running head: A CHILD PSYCHOPATH
A Child Psychopath
Alexandra Elizabeth Dolan
Peru State College and York High School
Abstract This paper explores research conducted within the Psychology classroom.
A Child Psychopath 1. What Are the Early Signs of Psychopathy?
2. What Motives in Early Childhood Can Cause Children to Commit Malicious Crimes?
3. Can Children Grow Out of Psychopathic Tendencies?
What Are the Early Signs of Psychopathy?
Although it is difficult to imagine a child being psychopathic, it is crucial that we are able to recognize
psychopathic behaviors in children. Mental health professionals say they could easily detect early
psychopathic tendencies in childhood, but do not want to actually label the child a psychopath yet
(Stenson, 2009). According to Duncan, it is difficult to imagine a child doing such things because
everyone automatically expects them to fit into the Innocent/ The Child archetype (Schill, 2012).
It is basic knowledge that children tend to act out all the time, but when is the behavior of children
passed the line of normalcy and crossed the line into psychopathy? It is normal for a child to be
occasionally aggressive, but a child being constantly aggressive could possibly be a sign of
psychopathy (Stenson, 2009) According to Keysers, The feeling of empathy is what makes the
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Why Are Multinational Organizations Relocating Parts Of...
Stephen Ebonine
Why are Multinational Cooperation relocating parts of their Corporate Headquarters to the UK in
recent years?
The key point of this research paper is to illustrate that taxes are a major drivers that push MNC to
relocate abroad. I will consult various literature to explain and illustrate my research question.
Subsequently I m going to use the tax home relocation case of FIAT to demonstrate what is happening
nowadays to many Multinational Companies all over the world.
Backgroung
This research focus on the various factors that motivates the different core parts to relocate. (Lewin
and Volberda, 2011) states that moving a core part outside the border creates strategic benefits for the
multinational company, like acquiring a higher and more efficient strategic knowledge by engaging
with people from different context, or it can improve the access to international market or may provide
a lower cost fiscal regime.There are different set of arguments as to why MNCs move business unit
and Corporate Headquarters overseas. If we are to base our research on established theories, we can
easily say that the research is based on international business concerned with the nature and scope of
the MNC. The Predictors of Business Head Quarters relocation (Dunning,1981;Rugman 1981, The
theory of Multinational Corporation) suggests that the locational choices the MNS makes for each
activity is just a comination of needs that will offer more advantages to the firm. (Rugman and
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The Rise Of The Professional Competitive Video Gaming Essay
Imagine that more than twenty years ago people didn t even know about professional competitive
gaming. They would never think that in the future eSport (electronic sport), would be growing up
extremely fast. Last year, tournaments awarded more than $15 million around the world, up from just
over a $1 million a decade ago (Holden 87) according to the statistics from the esportsearnings.com.
Just think about it, the first place team can be guaranteed to get at least $1 million dollars, and this is
the amazing amount of money for just playing the game. Now imagine that there several tournaments
like that per year. Every competitive game has its own different tournaments. What if I told you that
professional gaming organizations have a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Starting from better salaries and ending up with separate living apartments for the teams. This is really
particular for Asian teams. The Chinese and South Korea team organizations officially have better
facilities and conditions to the players. In Asia competitive gaming is as popular as soccer, so almost
every organizations has its own base for the players, where they can live, practice, study and entertain.
In Europe only top 10 organizations can compete with Asian organizations. In North America there are
only two strong organizations. The Asian teams are always treating as better teams because of their
conditions that they offer to the players. All the professional players agree that Chinese players have
better skills then other players in the world. For example, in StarCraft 2, the top 10 players consist of 7
Chinese players; in DotA 2, the 6 out of 10 top teams are Asian. Fortunately, European and American
gaming team organizations are evolving fast enough so they already can equally compete against
Asian organizations. The conditions for players are really important in the competitive gaming. All of
the professional teams have a sponsorship and this is their main source of income. Without a sponsor
the team can do absolutely nothing, even if that team has good players. This is why the organizations
are signing contracts with sponsors and making few teams in different games disciplines. The teams
are always having the same
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Why Is Mercl Benz An Innovator
1. Attention getter: According to Forbes, Mercedes Benz is the #16 World Most Valuable Brands. The
founder of Mercedes Benz, Karl Benz, back to 130 years ago when there were only horse drawn
carriage, he pioneered and innovated the first practical automobile powered by an internal combustion
engine at Mannheim. Karl Benz is a very great mechanical engineer during the 19th century (Bellis.
M, 2014).
2. Introduction
Profile/bio data/background of the innovator
 Original name was Karl Friedrich Michael Vaillant (Geni, 2011).
 Born on November 25, 1844 in Karlsruhe, Germany (Geni, 2011).
 In remembrance of the death of his father, he changed his name to Karl Friedrich Benz (Geni,
2011).
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His persistence of spending years to develop new type of engine is my inspiration for guiding me not
to give up easily especially during hard times. Whenever he failed to build the little gas engine in the
tricycle, or whenever he was about to give up on developing the horseless carriage, his wife, Bertha is
the one who pushed him to continue (Auer, G. 2006). After he finished his first creation of combustion
internal engine which was received a patent in the year of 1879, he did not give up of his old passion
of creating a horseless carriage. In 1886, he finished and granted a patent for his creation of the
horseless carriage vehicle which he named it as Benz Patent Motorwagen. The car was first driven in
Mannheim (Carl Benz Academy, 2011). Besides that, Karl Benz s motivation of upgrading the
specification of Benz Patent Motorwagen is one of the reasons that really inspired me to learn to
improve. When Benz was testing on Motorwagen, it often attracted many onlookers who laughed
mockingly when it crashed against the wall because it was difficult to control in the beginning of time.
After he received the patent on Motorwagen, he improved and upgraded the Motorwagen to 2nd
generation which is Motor 2 and also Motor 3 (4to40 Encyclopedia,
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Cat In The Hat Movie And Book Comparison Essay
Throughout my years as a scholar I never quite enjoyed the process of summer work, especially the
summer reading aspect of it. There are multiple reasons on why I perhaps dread the work. For one, I
like to enjoy my summer without thoughts of school (though this was nearly impossible being a rising
senior), and I go through the process of forgetting school, by ignoring my summer work up till the
night before the first day of classes. However, this year I made an active decision to start my summer
reading early, and I m glad I did so. As I was scrolling through falconview in its last functional days I
was pleasantly surprised to find the book MoneyBall as one of the options. Being an avid Baseball
fan, having seen the movie adaptation, and the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
MoneyBall, explored the Oakland A s franchise under the management of Billy Beane, an ex baseball
prospect. This book displayed to the reader the misgrievances many pro scouts make when recruiting
players, including; the exclusion of certain players when building teams, the wrong analysis of stats,
and the use of conventional wisdom. This book explains how a poor baseball team went from a
winning percentage under .500 to almost beating the richest team in baseball. The book is most
accurately depicted by what the back of the cover articulates, MoneyBall is The most influential book
on sports ever written . To begin, when I first opened the novel I had already had high expectations for
the book as I and many others had already enjoyed the movie adaptation of the novel (though the book
came out first), so it s no surprise that I immensely enjoyed the book. However, one thing I didn t
know going into the reading is how much I would learn and question from having read it. Having a
rich baseball background from having played the sport since I was four years old I thought I
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Patience Analysis
What is patience? Patience means the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without
getting upset or angry. My sister, Natalie, and I had a normal relationship we fight like every other pair
of siblings do. We normally have very small, stupid fights over things that do not matter. For some
reason that day I did not have any patience at all and then it all happened. On a beautiful, hot day in
August 2011, my grandfather, father, mother, brother, sister, and I all began our day of work. Natalie
and I had been in argument over who got to sit in the good chair in the rusty corn building next to the
grain bins. As I got angrier, I began to walk out the window pane door suddenly my eyes filled with
tears. I looked down and saw the gushing blood but I did not feel any pain. After I saw the blood I let
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You just need to breathe. When we got to the emergency room my mom went to fill out the forms
while I sat there holding my arm. After waiting impatiently for about thirty minutes I finally got put
into a room. The doctor came in and rubbed a gel around the cut to numb it and then gave me a shot to
make it even more numb. The smell of the sterile room gave me a headache but I began to feel
drowsy. After two hours I left the hospital with twenty one stitches. The next week school started but
the fun part had been when I got to sit out of p.e.. After a few weeks my mom checked me out of
school to take me to get my stitches out. When we got to the doctor s office I went to a room. Many of
the nurses congratulated me on being able to withstand the pain of having twenty one stitches. I felt a
little sting like a needle pricking me as she cut the stitches out. After she cut them out she realized
some did not fully healed so she put a small bandage over them and finally I got to
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Rating Transformation Of Digital Time
Rating Transformation in Digital time
Fei Yang (Kurt)
0740261
Content
1.
2. When Rentrak and ComScore meet Nielsen
a) Company Information
b) Different measurements in digital rating market.
Nielsen s tracking process: Total audience measurement
Rentrak and ComScore s tracking process
3. Conclusion: The future of digital rating and room for competitors On September 29th Rentrak and
ComScore announced their merge. According to the deal the companies have an equity value of about
$2.4 billion while Nielsen has a market capitalization of about $16.7 billion. Still, Nielsen dominates
the rating market, however, is Rentrak and ComScore a strong competitor? What is Nielsen doing in
digital rating business?
1. Company Information
Rentrak is a company focusing on measuring what people are watching on television with set top
boxes and ComScore has been measuring people s use of online media since 1999. Combined, the two
companies are seeking to provide a new rating currency which shows people s watching habits across
TV, web, tablet, mobile and more. It s an ideal combination to deal with the offline and online
measurement issues our clients and both legacy and new media owners face, Serge Matta, chief
executive of comScore, who will lead the combined company said in an email on the merging day.
2. Different Tracking Processes
a) Nielsen s tracking process: Total audience measurement
Since the 1950s, Nielsen has dominated television ratings with its measurement
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A Philip Randolph
A. Philip Randolph
Daneka Ruiz
Born on April 15, 1889 in Crescent City, Florida, Reverend James W. and Elizabeth Randolph gave
birth to their second son, Asa Philip Randolph. James worked as a tailor and minister, while Elizabeth
worked as a seamstress. Both of his parents were supporters of equality for African Americans as well
as general human rights. Being black during that era meant having to live through difficult
circumstances while striving to survive. Through the guidance and nurture from his parents, Asa
inherited his compassion and drive towards racial inequality. In 1891, the Randolph s moved to
Jacksonville, Florida, which had a positive, and well established African American community.
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At an early age Asa was shown just how cruel the world of racism could be after him and his father
were returning clothing that the Reverend had repaired. The client, being a white man, became angry
and embarrassed that a black man would walk onto a white man s property, and therefore chased them
both out. On another occasion, Reverend James was approached by a group of African American men
who whispered something in his ear. Upon hearing the news, the Reverend fetched his shotgun, gave it
to his wife, loaded his pistol, and left. A black man had been accused of raping a white woman and
was thrown in jail. Rumors were floating around that the accused man would be lynched by an angry
white mob. Reverend James and a few others marched to the police station in hopes of defending the
man. There was a small chance of the man having a fair trial, but at least he had not been lynched.
Because continuing education was not the norm for African Americans, Asa and his brother looked for
work after graduating high school. Asa landed a job at the Union Life insurance Company. He then
floated from job to job. Reverend James had different anticipations for his boys. Knowing that his first
born never really followed his faith, he turned to Asa in hopes of him becoming a minister. The
reverend felt that he would be ideal due to his experience in public speaking and popularity, but Asa
was not so sure. He was more interested in what the future held for African Americans. At that
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Montessori Obedience Essay
The power to obey is the last phase in the development of the will, which in its turn has made
obedience possible. (Montessori, 1988, p.239)
Montessori believed that the disorderly and disobedient acts of a young child where from those actions
that he/she had yet to develop and so where unable to control successfully.
Discipline and obedience could not therefore be inflicted on a young child as had been traditionally
thought, nor could it be sustained through rewards and punishments. Obedience is seen as something
which develops in the child in much the same way as other aspects of his character. (Montessori,
1988, p.234)
As Montessori observed, obedience is a developmental process and can not occur unless the child has
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When he/she is finished with the activity, he/she returns the apparatus back to its allocated place,
keeping the order within the environment. All the materials contain a control of error, avoiding the
need for a teacher to highlight the child s mistake, allowing him/her the freedom to correct
himself/herself, with out the need for adult intervention. He/she is then left and allowed the freedom to
carry out his/her task, as many times as he/she wants, for as long as he/she wants without any
unnecessary interruptions.
With this constant cycle of activity begins a process and through the many repetitions of the exercise
the child gradually becomes aware, and conscious of his/her actions that his/her hands are performing.
Through this awareness, his/her actions can no longer be considered a product of an inner desire, but
have become actions performed with a consciousness and deliberation.
That which at first was but a vital impulse (horme) has become a deliberate act. The child s first
movements where instinctive. Now he acts consciously and voluntarily and with this comes the
awakening of the spirit. (Montessori, 1988, p.231)
From observations made by Maria Montessori we have come to the understanding that discipline is a
maturational process and can not be present in a child who has yet to develop his/her own will.
(Montessori, 1988, p.234)
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Problems with the Japanese Whaling Industry
The Japanese whaling industry has thrived and flourished since its origin. The Japanese have
depended on whales such as the blue, fin, sei, and humpback whales. The issue at hand is that the
demand for whale products and byproducts is so large that the numbers of these types of whales has
declined to near extinction levels. Without any care to the harm being done, the Japanese whaling
industry has not shown any sign of remorse towards this actions little has been done by the
international community s to put an end to the elimination of these large and peaceful creatures. There
have been small groups of anti whaling conservation. The groups have had many victories along the
way by using their non traditional methods and sometimes generating violent tension between them
and the whaling ships while in international waters.
Summary
This topic has generated research and observation in order to understand both sides of the whaling
industry in Japan. First must take a look to the history and background of the topic. The oldest
Japanese book in existence, called the Kojiki, chronicled that the Emperor Jimmu, the first emperor of
Japan, ate whale meat (History of Japanese Whaling, 2013). Due to over 1,000 years of whaling in
Japan, It has not been an easy task for the Japanese people to ease up on this addiction to whale
products. For centuries this industry has remained strong until recently attacks by conservation groups.
The international community has created the
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The Differences Of Constantine And Constantine s...
What is a proselytizer or what are proselytizer? If you are not familiar with the term, it means, to
attempt to convert someone to one s own religious faith or to persuade someone to join one s own
political party or to espouse one s doctrine . So, to make it easier to understand it means someone
helps someone else convert to a belief, either politically or religiously. In Constantine s conversion to
Christianity in the 3rd century, was he persuade by someone or did he just happened to convert
unpersuasive? Or in Agathangelos story, History of the Armenians, was Trdat persuaded by Gregory
or were there other factors that persuaded Trdat to convert? In my research I will compare and contrast
which stories were similar, which were different, and how gender even played a role in conversion. In
addition I will include how are they portrayed, who are they, are they foreign, did they come with a
goal to convert the king or did it just happen, are they depicted realistically, and what about the stories
that didn t have missionary involvement. As we compare Eusebius s story of the life of Constantine
and Argothos, History of the Armenians. Both Kings have some similarities but one deciding factor is
that they both convert differently. As we go through eusebius s account of Constantine, Constantine is
convince under his own understanding of what Christianity is. He converts to christianity by himself.
He decides to change after he does his investigation. This only happens after he
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What Is The Difference Between Normative And Technical...
Part A: What is the difference between normative and technical rationality?
Moral dimension in leadership is depend on normative rationality. Normative rationality is a
rationality based on what we believe and what we consider to be good. Technical rationality is a
rationality based on what is effective and efficient. Both normative and technical rationality have
value however when they are in conflict, normative rationality should always be used. Normative
rationality is center of the moral dimension. Normative rationality is relying on beliefs and what one
considers to be good. On the other hand, technical rationality is relying on bureaucratic authority and
psychological authority. Normative rationality is relying on beliefs and what one considers to be good.
In the technical rationality, position based on research findings such as data, but there are reasons for
one s position in the normative rationality. Technical rationality focuses accumulation of knowledge,
orderliness, efficiency and effectiveness. In contrast, normative rationality focuses loyalty, harmony,
honor, beauty, and trust. Normative rationality is based upon the purpose and values the group shares.
As a school s values become more public and persuasive the school s culture is strengthened and its
rationality become more legitimate. Also, normative rationality has strong sense of community.
Everyone in the school work together and they are members of a learning community. However,
technical rationality
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Educational Experience For Learners Of All Ages
The arts are essential to providing a healthy educational experience for learners of all ages. Though
treated by many as frivolous subjects, they provide vital tools for communication, engagement and
successful instruction. It makes sense to incorporate the arts across the curriculum not only will
schools improve, but students will develop important social and emotional skills, we will save money
in the long run by keeping our students learning and engaged in work, and we will make the world a
more beautiful place. To quote Charles Fowler (1994),
The arts are not pretty bulletin boards. They are not turkeys and bunny rabbits. They are not frivolous
entertainment. The arts are our humanity. They are the languages of civilization through which we
express our fears, our anxieties, our hungers, our struggles, our hopes. They are systems of meaning
that have real utility. This is why schools that provide students with the means and the encouragement
to explore these realms provide a better education. (p.9).
It is time for us to acknowledge as a society that schools are not just a building in which we instruct
students on math, science and reading (though the arts would still be a vital tool even if that were the
case). They are where students develop the skills essential to being human. Simply put, the arts can
only benefit our schools, and should we choose to make them a priority, we will see definitive success.
Using the arts in an academic setting allows teachers to
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Golf Course Research Paper
Did you ever think that a gentleman s game could relate so much to a seventeen year old girls life?
Turns out you can relate anything if you try hard enough. Every day is a new day, similar to each hole
and golf course is different. You never know what the condition of the golf course will be and you don
t know what the weather might be while your playing. One of the biggest things I follow when I m
playing golf is to take one shot at a time just like the saying take one day at a time.
Imagine stepping up to the first tee of a golf course that you have never played before, you tend to get
up on the tee box looking to see where would be the best place to hit your tee shot. This reminds me of
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As my senior year approaches just like my thoughts on the final hole I contemplated which college I
would like to attend. I wanted a college that was going to give me the best opportunities after and
during my college experience. I also knew that I needed a coach that would push me. I wanted a coach
and a golf team that would be there to help me grow and work hard to achieve not only my personal
goals but helps the team achieve theirs. On that last hole of the golf game getting ready for your final
putt of the round you take a chance and chose the line that you want to putt your ball on. When I
discovered Colorado State University and Coach Annie I felt I just chose the right line for myself. As
the final ball rolls toward the hole and coach Annie selected me as one of her new recruits I knew not
only that I had the right speed and the right line I knew I found the right college. I continue to stare
down the line and watch as my putt slowly falls in the hole, with my hands up I knew that I picked the
right line and have also made the best decision on wanting to become a Ram for Colorado State
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Why People Are Afraid Of Immigrants In Canada
Society in Canada
The reason that people are afraid of immigrants it is because it brings a change in a society. They don t
want to experience the change. It is shown to them explaining why they don t like immigrants. They
argue that it is not the race of the other that they dislike, but that they do not like what they wear, or
the houses they build, or the way they live. This is a backlash racism , or reactive racism often targets
cultural practices and attributes of ethnic (Blundell, 2003, p.56). They express their anger towards the
ethnic minorities in graffiti, verbal abuse, physical attacks, etc. Immigrants in Canada are accused of
being job stealers, inflating the real estate, having a monster house, taking advantage of welfare,
dressing inappropriately, etc. They were called job stealers because when the Asians come to Canada,
they take jobs that the Canadian abandoned or did not want to take it. Asians were also working on a
low wage compared to a Canadian. Which make a profit for the company by hiring them. They were
accused of inflating the real estate and make the Canadian unable to afford a house. It is not the
immigrants who raised the value of the house but it is the property sellers and the local ... Show more
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Residents complained about the large houses, which change the traditional character of the
neighborhood and inflate real estate values (Blundell, 2003, p.56). Immigrants home were named
monster house because they lived in a bigger house. It was a shock for Canadian to have a change in
architectural style. Asian people bought a larger house because they have a larger size of the family. If
a white Canadians build a larger house and lives in it, it would seem like a beautiful house. If an Asian
does that, people would call the house as a monster
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Albert Einstein Accomplishments
Albert Einstein is one of the most influential scientist of the 20th century, and he helped propel
advanced methods in science and education. When he first predicted the existence of gravitation there
were many doubts and critics, but he worked and proved his methods to be successful and useful, to
making discoveries in the world we are living in today. He had plenty of great accomplishments and
discoveries, but in 1916 he completed some of his most important work that has had a major
contribution, and he also created and completed many mathematical equations. Einstein has
influenced many people not only because of his influence on science and mathematics, (but because
growing it wasn t easy, but still managed to recognize the importance of his future in the educational
world and what it took to become the best at it.) ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He was the first child of Hermann and Pauline Koch Einstein, a middle class Jewish couple. Einstein
father was a feathered salesman at the time of his birth. He made no attempts to speak at the age where
kids his age should began to. He and his family moved to Germany in 1880. His parents taught him
and his sister to be independent at a young age by giving them task that teenagers would be doing, but
Einstein s mom would follow over them at a distance to make sure they re safe. When the time came
for Einstein and his sister to finally start school they attended a Catholic elementary down the road to
where they live, which was less expensive.
Einstein would later on excel in mathematics and science, however, because they fascinated him. His
family at the age of fifteen wanted to move away from the small town in Germany, because that was
the time of the mass killing of Jews and World War I, his family gave him an option to go with them,
but Einstein wanted to stay and enhance his education and become as successful as he can. (Columbia
Electronic
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Crime Is The Strongest Factor Of Criminology
Criminal violations are a major issue in today s society; obviously there will be wrongdoings whether
one wants to believe it or not. In any case, does that imply that individuals are all bound to perpetrate
wrongdoings in the event that they are related to a criminal, in someway? Although there continues to
be a multitude of beings that believe crime is biologically determined, no human s are exactly alike in
decisions; Hence criminal behaviors are not biologically determined. By recognizing that human
behavior is influenced by many factors, by refuting counterarguments that the so called root of the
crime is the biological mindset as a child one will discover this theory will inevitably fall short. By
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Due to this, human s are not born greedy entrepreneurs just like how one will not be born a disgraceful
sinner.One is not born to commit white collar crimes or to commit murder. Nevertheless, the
environment may influence a murderer, yet this all revolves around free will not genetics. There is no
doubt that insidiousness develops from the non appearance of sympathy as a mere child. Biology
conducts the biological qualities that a tyke needs to become a killer . However, there is a tremendous
contrast between the way someone is raised and their biological qualities. The saying, like father, like
son, or like mother, like daughter (Monk pg 16) according to experts means that, criminal traits must
be genetic since so many criminals have relatives who are also criminals (Monk pg 16). Somewhere
along the lines in families one has relatives who have done wrongdoings whether it be something
detestable or something small, so the explanation of criminals being genetic is absolutely obscure.
Experts also argue that wrongdoers, attribute biologically flawed genes, physiological deficiencies,
and other inherited defects (Monk pg 16). All intellects inherent deficiencies, yet beings declare young
children future murderers for having a defect. Some widely acclaimed pioneers had inadequacies from
leaders like Albert Einstein (autism) or Isaac Newton (bipolar disorder)
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Resurrection In A Tale Of Two Cities
Kaylee Gilkeyson
Mr. Rowe
World Literature
29 March 2018
A Tale of Resurrection in Two Cities
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens incorporates many themes, one being resurrection. This
theme is used time and time again in the novel. Resurrection is revealed not only in the characters, but
in the culture of the book itself. Dickens indicates that resurrection is an influential theme, so much
that he combines it with his characters to make the novel have a deeper meaning. Being recalled to life
or resurrected is similar to being reborn: In A Tale of Two Cities, many characters are reborn ,
meaning that they have a new chance at life (Dingyuan and Xiaohua, 91). Requirements for being
recalled to life are embodied in A Tale of Two Cities. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The first is when he is in court, and he is sentenced not guilty because of Carton s speech. Darnay is
able to escape the reality of being in prison, all because of Carton s love. Darnay can start his life
anew, free of conviction. The next instance is when Darnay is about to face the guillotine, and Sydney
Carton sacrifices his life so Darnay can live. The second time, it takes another death, Sydney Carton s,
to secure Darnay s freedom (Napierkowski and Ciccarelli, 357). The surrender of Carton s life ties into
the requirements. Carton is showing love for Lucie and her husband Darnay, because he wants them to
live happily together. Darnay would be dead, but thanks to Carton s help he is given a new chance at
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It s Time To Stop Animal Testing And Killing Animals
Stop all testing and breeding of any animals of all kinds. Animal testing is not beneficial because they
cause animals pain. They breed animals for testing and for research for checking if an experiment goes
right.Most animals are killed during the testings. We shouldn t have testing because of that. Giving
animals pain isn t right. Scientists use needles and don t relieve the pain they caused the animal.
Animals that are given little to none to relieve the pain many animals may still might experience the
pain. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulate the developments of new medications to be
used on animals that might be later used to help humans.
People breed animals for testing and that s not right. Scientists purchase the animals from breeders to
be used in research. Primates, dogs, cats, are less than 1% of the animals used in testings. Also,
scientists buy purpose animals from USDA licensed breeders or they ... Show more content on
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Over a 100 million animals, mice/rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea, pigs, monkeys, fish,
and birds are killed. They re killed in biology lessons, medical training, drug, food, and cosmetics
testing. Before some animals deaths, some are forced to inhale toxic fumes, immobilized on restraint
devices for hours, some have holes drilled into their skulls and etc. They are also confined to barren
cages, socially isolated, and psychologically traumatized. In conclusion, scientists and researchers
shouldn t test on animals because it hurts them hurts them. When scientists make animals have pain
and the react to it they continue to cause them more pain. Most scientists and researchers buy and
breed animals to do tests on them and they shouldn t because it isn t right and they have no right to do
so. When most animals are tested on they die or get really sick to the point where they might need to
be put down. Animals testing should be banned and scientists should stop breeding test
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Essay on Language, Imagery, and Symbolism in To Be of Use
Use of Language, Imagery, and Symbolism to Develop the Theme of To Be of Use
In the minds of most people, the words, hard work and heavy labor carry a negative connotation. What
these words imply is not something that is generally welcomed with enthusiasm but is often accepted
either by force or obligation. Marge Piercy s poem To Be of Use conveys an opposing connotation
about the idea of work. The central theme of the poem is that satisfaction, gratification, and self
fulfillment can be attained by using one s capabilities to serve a functional purpose in life, for it is the
opinion of the speaker that an idle existence has no value or significance because it is worthless, vain,
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Piercy continues her description of the people [she loves] in the second stanza to further shape the
theme. With the statement, I love people who harness themselves, an ox to a heavy cart... (8), Piercy
indicates with a metaphor that she is fond of people who manage burdensome tasks which seem to
require super human strength without the facilitation of alternative more convenient methods of
completing them. By including the details people who harness themselves in this line, Piercy implies
that what makes these people so honorable is that they are ready and willing to become the ox ; they
do not need to be coaxed or forced to commit themselves to a task. Piercy adds that those whom she
respects pull like water buffalo, with massive patience,... (9). Here Piercy s simile conveys that
although they are heavy laden, they remain dedicated and devoted to their aims. When Piercy
describes that they Strain in the mud and muck to move things forward,... (10), the words mud and
muck become symbols of the obstacles and unfavorable conditions that Piercy s favorite type of
people often have to contend with while working. Despite such discomfort and inconvenience, with
grand effort, determination, and persistence, they persevere and accomplish their goals. In addition,
Piercy relates that she
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Petruchio And Katherine Manipulation
The continuing sources put forth the manipulation, the mental illness and further develops the idea of
the sexual tension between Petruchio and Katherine and the enduring transformation of Katherine.
Katherine drifts apart from the mannerisms of a feminist and contradicts her recurring attitudes of a
feminist. Katherine is a character affected by the expectations of women in the time and setting of
Verona Italy where the play is taking place. In the time period of the play, there are not only the
manipulation of Katherine and Petruchio occurring but the development of the different puzzle pieces
of bipolar disorder. The first piece of the puzzle is Petruchio meeting Katherine for the first time.
During their first meeting Petruchio knows who
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Organisational Culture
The topic canvasses the effects of organizational culture on the M A. This annotated bibliography is
composed of research based, case study and literature reviewed articles, that all of them are recently
published papers. Although in the aspect of mergers and acquisitions, organisational culture has
various definition and encirclement (Riad, 2007), from recently introduced emotional intelligence
(Harrison Walker, 2008) to theoretical definitions (Schraeder Self, 2003), and also there are some
debates about the direction of its effects on M A (Stahl Voigt, 2008), but its influences on M A are
undeniable. (Stinchcomb Ordaz, 2007) The most important effects of organisational culture on M A
could be summarised as goal and mission ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Findings of the research have been categorised in three different aspects. In cultural type aspect, the
most important findings are the lack of effective communication management and the absence of a
clear strategy for implementing the merger. It have been founded that most of the observed companies
have set the financial benefits and economics of scale as their main objectives. In human resource
aspect, It has been founded that no attempts have been made for finding the organisational fit before
the mergers and this caused a high level of uncertainty between the employees. Finally, because of the
bad management of turnover during the merger, most of the companies have lost their top manager
and staff significantly. Integrating the attributes of human resource and organisational culture are on of
this article significance. This article has evaluated the success of the mergers and acquisitions by
interrelated characteristics between these two main fields. Another significance is the location of the
research, South Africa, Which there are a few research related to that country. The research has used
only five companies that mean a very small sample size. Furthermore, companies have been chosen
from different industries and sectors, which reduce the precision of the findings. It could be added that
the authors have used qualitative research, which means the findings are highly based on the
interpretation of the authors. Article utilised
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The Trial Of The White House
On August 6, Lewinsky appeared before the grand jury to begin her testimony, and on August 17
President Clinton testified. Contrary to his testimony in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case,
President Clinton acknowledged to prosecutors from the office of the independent counsel that he had
had an extramarital affair with Ms. Lewinsky. In four hours of closed door testimony, conducted in the
Map Room of the White House, Clinton spoke live via closed circuit television to a grand jury in a
nearby federal courthouse. He was the first sitting president ever to testify before a grand jury
investigating his conduct. That evening, President Clinton also gave a four minute televised address to
the nation in which he admitted he had engaged in an inappropriate relationship with Lewinsky. In the
brief speech, which was wrought with legalisms, the word sex was never spoken, and the word regret
was used only in reference to his admission that he misled the public and his family. Five weeks later,
on February 12, the Senate voted on whether to remove Clinton from office. The president was
acquitted on both articles of impeachment. The prosecution needed a two thirds majority to convict
but failed to achieve even a bare majority. Rejecting the first charge of perjury, 45 Democrats and 10
Republicans voted not guilty, and on the charge of obstruction of justice the Senate was split 50 50.
After the trial concluded, President Clinton said he was profoundly sorry for the burden
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Andrew Jackson Paragraph
In 1828 Andrew Jackson was elected President of the United States. The presidential election of was a
victory for Andrew Jackson. Andrew s Father died soon after his birth. He was raised by a single
mother who wanted him to be a Presbyterian minister. When he was thirteen he and his brothers Hugh
and Robert volunteered to fight the British. He later lost his brother Hugh to a heat stroke. He lost his
brother Robert to smallpox they both got while in prison. He lost his mother at the age of 14 as well to
a disease called cholera. Jackson then became an orphan. By the age of 20 Jackson became a lawyer.
By the age of 21 Jackson was appointed as the district s prosecuting attorney. He was known as a hot
tempered. Andrew Jackson and the Democratic
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Examples Of Dystopia In The Maze Runner
If a society is somehow all content and happy with the way things are, then most modern day
problems would be solved. If there were some way to achieve this dream of a community, political
conflict would become a thing of the past. The desired goal is a utopian society. A utopia is a place or
stat gcxhe of order in which everything is perfect. The more that we fight for this dream, the more
apparent it becomes that such a society is impossible. When government tries to create a utopia, the
image of a perfect life could evolve. The result of this could be a dystopia. A dystopia is when the
opposite of a utopia is established when trying to create a utopia. In The Maze Runner, a group of
teenage boys are trapped in the center of one giant maze. An exemplary dystopian effect is given
within the book when one of the boys states: If you ain t scared, you ain t human (Dashner 9). The
author really helps the reader engage in how it really felt to be trapped and scared. No matter ... Show
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They both centralize the power in one area and do not let the people have rights or a say in what is
going on. When a dystopia occurs, it is usually due to unequal distribution of power. When too much
power is put in the wrong hands, the society could spin out of control like a car on the highway. A
utopia is not realistic goal to have for any type of government. The best thing that a government can
do is to avoid becoming a dystopia. It all comes down to who has the power and what they are doing
with it. If the government has too much power, the people might rebel. The result would be a dystopia.
But if the people have too much power, there would not be enough order, also leading to a dystopia.
This scale needs to be balanced to where the government and the people have just the right amount of
power to keep the system in order. With so many flaws, the utopian dream could result in a dystopian
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The Foreclosure Process Since 2009
I have a unique perspective in that I have gone through the foreclosure process twice since 2009. I
have experienced firsthand what it is like to seemingly lose everything, to feel as low as I have ever
felt, to be embarrassed and mortified beyond belief
In the mid 2000 s my ex husband and I were doing well financially. We owned and operated a martial
arts business that we started in 1995. Business was booming, as was our family. We found ourselves
with 5 kids in a 4 bedroom house and decided we really wanted to find something with more room for
our family to spread out. Our credit was outstanding, we had very little debt, and it was very easy for
us to secure financing. We already had one rental house, in addition to our primary residence. After
buying our third house, we decided to rent out our primary residence as well since our other rental
house experience had been very positive.
Being a landlord is risky just because you have your house rented to seemingly great people (in terms
of credit) doesn t mean they won t screw you the first chance they get. Circumstances change, jobs get
lost or hours reduced, and people find themselves unable to pay the rent. All of the sudden landlords
find themselves without much recourse in terms of collecting rent and evicting tenants. They also run
the risk of significant damage to their investment and no way to recover their losses. Small claims
court doesn t even begin to cover the physical damage someone can inflict upon a
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An Analysis OfMystery Of Iniquity, By Lauryn Hill
In a late Tupac Shakur interview in the early 90 s he said, it all comes down to we have to survive, we
got to survive here in this country, because I m not going back to Africa, we have to survive here .
Social injustice is what activist stressed during and after the civil rights movement. This paper is going
to explore the poem Mystery of Iniquity by Lauryn Hill. In this poem Lauryn Hill warns you of the
government, and the free world . This poem was written in 2002, during which police brutality was
very prominent. In the start of this century African Americans still lived in poverty, and was treated
unfairly in the court systems causing grief.
In Mystery of Inequity Hill stresses the social injustice that is going on around the world for the
African Americans. Social injustice is when the equals are treated unequal. It can also be
discrimination towards one group or many. Therefore, this poem Hill talks about and will focus and
talk about the inequality in the criminal justice system, discrimination, and slavery. The criminal
justice system is targeting black males and Hill recognizes this. The discrimination is how blacks were
treated unfairly. Last but not least, the poem express that slavery is still potent during this era. These
three brings the poem together expressing how Hill feels about the inequality for African Americans.
She says in When it all.../ all falls down.../ Telling you all.../ It all falls down (lines 4 7). This is saying
that the American system is falling and will fall eventually. Above all, In the Mystery of Inequity , Hill
talks about the history of inequity which is the criminal justice system, discrimination, and slavery.
Hill talks about the criminal justice system which is crooked and socially injustice in Mystery of
Inequity . She says, Witness despised / crooked lawyers / false indictments publicized (lines 19 21). In
this text Hill is saying that the legal (court) system is just a joke. It s made for the people who create
the laws. In line 20 Hill says crooked lawyers , because It s all about who has money which can help
you or be against you in court. In addition, Hill says, The more money you pay... the further away
solution (line 42). In this text Hill is
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Biography of Booker T. Washington
Booker T. Washington is a famous African American educator, author, civil rights activist, and
philanthropist who is from Virginia (Wells). He is the man that promoted African American to rise
above their status of trying to be equal with Caucasians by promoting education and economic self
determination. Washington s life serves as an example of his philosophy or belief due to his
experience of knowing where African Americans started after the Civil War, where they were headed,
and resulted in changing their course to successful life. Booker T. (Taliaferro) Washington was born in
Franklin County, Virginia on April 5, 1865. He was born an interracial baby to Jane Ferguson. He
white father, who he never knew, was suspected to have lived on a nearby farm (Smock, 3). He was
born a slave and was owned by the Burroughs family. The cabin that he was born was considered a
rectangular box of 16 by 14 feet and served as kitchen where his mother cooked for his family and the
Burroughs family. This cabin, known as Booker T. Washington National Monument, is still preserved
can be visited and toured to day in Franklin County, Virginia. His childhood was not filled with play
but rather labor (Smock, 18). As a young child, four or five, he would do little chores, including
fetching items and operating a fan to keep the flies away from the food. As he grow older and
stronger, he would be assigned various task such as taking corn to the mill, giving water to the men in
the fields , cleaning,
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Consumer Behavior
[23] utilize previous research of traditional WOM that had any similarities with E WOM they develop
the new construct into five utilities: 1. Focus related utility: the benefit a consumer receives from their
contribution to a community, by adding value to the community through his or her contributions [23].
In a Web based opinion platform context, such contributions would include providing reviews and
commentary on products and services of interest to other community members [23]. This utility is
based on the assumption that adding value to the community is an important goal to the individual
[23]. There are four motives that fall under this utility which are: concern for other consumers, helping
the company, social benefits, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Since negative consumer comments can influence the way a company and its image are perceived,
public articulations may be used by consumer as an instrument of power [23]. 2. Consumption Utility:
Consumption utility refers to consumers obtaining value through direct consumption of the
contributions of other community constituents [23]. In a Web based opinion platform context or
website context, consumption takes place when individuals read the product reviews and comments
written by others, which also can motivate consumers to write comments [23]. Consumers may
articulate a comment online describing their experiences with a product and request other consumers
to submit problem solving information [23]. Writing and/or soliciting information on online consumer
opinion platforms may allow the contributor to gain more specific and useful feedback than simply
anonymously reading comments (i.e., lurking ) [23]. 3. Approval Utility: Approval utility is concerned
with a consumer s satisfaction that comes when other constituents consume and approve of the
constituent s own contributions [23]. The feedback can be either formal or informal [23]. Informal
approval may come when another user either publicly praises one s contributions to the group or
privately communicates to the individual regarding the usefulness of the information provided [23].
More
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Critical Analysis Of Street-Level Bureaucracy
1. Introduction
I have been living in Norway in about three years and I have seen people, especially immigrants and
asylum seekers complaining about the bureaucrats and bureaucratic procedure at the municipality
level. When I was searching for the previous thesis and dissertations for the assignment, I came across
the work of Alf Roger Djupvik. I immediately understood, it is going to broaden my understanding
how policies are implemented at the municipality level and I decided to work on it without any
hesitation. The essay is going to provide a critical analysis of the methodological framework of the
research written by Alf Roger Djupvik. In the first section of the essay, the methodological part of the
doctoral thesis of Djupvik (2012) entitled ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Street level bureaucracy is an organization theory that focuses on the front line workers of the welfare
state and their relationships with their clients (Eriksen, 2001). According to Lipsky (1980), the street
level bureaucrats are professionals and semi professionals, found in a variety of occupations. Street
level bureaucracies are important because they decide what and in what form clients receive public
services. This is linked to the fact that street level bureaucrats use administrative and professional
methods of discretion in relation to vague public policies (Lipsky, 1980). According to the author, a
major aspect of Lipsky s theory is the relationship between the conditions of work for street level
bureaucrats and their development of coping strategies. The working conditions are characterized by a
problematic resources situation, unclear goals and strained relationships with clients. In response,
street level bureaucrats tend to develop coping strategies such as rationing of services and
modifications of work and clients (Lipsky, 1980). The consequence of this is that the coping strategies
shape the way the street level bureaucrats work with their clients and thus implement public
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Barbara Shaw Case Study
Dr. Barbara Shaw heads the Center for Professional and Continuing Education at Pacific with the title
of Associate Provost. Dr. Shaw leads15 employees divided into three small teams: Programs
Development, Enrollment Registration, and Marketing Events. CPCE operates in a modern building
about a three minute drive from the main campus, and the work environment and culture within the
department can be categorized as teamwork oriented. There is a lot of emphasis on collaboration and
camaraderie among staff members, which ultimately creates a thriving environment for all employees.
A2. Describe at least three leadership practices of the primary leader
Dr. Barbara Shaw has worked for the University of the Pacific for over 35 years. During
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How The Beatles Changed The World Analysis
On February 9th 1964, Beatle mania began. Over seventy million Americans tuned in to the Ed
Sullivan Show to see the English musical group, The Beatles. The host of the show Ed Sullivan began
to introduce the musical group but as soon as these moppy haired Englishmen joined the staged,
Sullivan s last words were drowned out by the screams of the teenagers in the audience. The Beatles
changed popular music of the time. They were one of the first rock an roll groups instead of a solo act
and they led the British invasion. As stated in, How the Beatles Changed the World, Jonathon Gould
wrote, The Beatles changed the way people listened to popular music and experienced it s role in theri
lives. (Sandler 22) The group was compiled of four member; ... Show more content on
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Even though the population surveyed is less than one hundred I believe the data presented gives great
insight on the questioned asked. In statistical literacy, probability as well as mean, median, mode and
more are discussed. With probability we learn how to make predictions that are pretty spot on.
Probability is defined as the likelihood that a particular outcome or event will occur, as shown in A
Particular Introduction to Statistics. So now lets take a look at the data using some statistical analysis
concepts. First, lets determine the probability of receiving a correct answer or receiving a wrong
answer. The possible outcomes is either a correct answer or a wrong answer. Therefore, the probability
equals 1 (CA) over the total of possible outcomes which is 2 (CA and WA) and 1 (WA) over 2 ( CA
and WA). Both answers give us 1/2 and since they are the only possibilities they equal 1. In
identifying the middle or average of the set of data is known as central tendency. These measures
include, mean, median, and mode. Central Tendencies can be used in this research to see what the
average number of correct responses between the groups. First we put the data set in order form
smallest to greatest. Than we divided by the total number of data sets. Which gives a mean value of 7.
This shows that the average number of correct responses among age groups is
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  • 2. Shahid Kapoor Early career, until 2005 Before starting off his career as an actor, Kapoor worked in several music videos and ads, including the Pepsi commercial with Shahrukh Khan, Kajol and Rani Mukerji post Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) and the music video Aankhon Me Tera Hi Chehra by the Aryans along with Hrishitaa Bhatt. While doing so, he decided to join the Shiamak Davar Institute for the Performing Arts (SDIPA), where he was later seen in Subhash Ghai s film Taal (1999) as a background dancer in the song Kahin Aag Lage Lag Jawe along with actress Aishwarya Rai and in Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) of Yash Raj banner with actress Karisma Kapoor. In 2003, Kapoor played his first leading role as Rajiv Mathur, a carefree young man in Ken Ghosh s moderately ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Kapoor portrayed the character of Aditya Kashyap, a dejected young industrialist full of angst and despair. The film was well received by critics and Kapoor s performance earned him several nominations for Best Actor at a number of award ceremonies, including Filmfare. Rajeev Masand from CNN IBN noted, Despite the risk of being overshadowed by Kareena, his co star in the film, Shahid Kapur leaves an indelible impression with a performance that is understated and mature, and indeed the perfect foil to Kareena s boisterousness. [14] Kapoor then appeared in the Aziz Mirza directed film, Kismat Konnection (2008), opposite Vidya Balan. The film was a semi hit at the box office.[15] In 2009, Kapoor portrayed the dual role of twins Charlie and Guddu in the caper thriller, Kaminey. Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, the film was a critical and commercial success and received mostly positive reviews. Kapoor s performance was also critically acclaimed. Rajeev Masand from CNN IBN wrote, Shahid Kapur rises to the challenge of creating two entirely different characters out of Charlie and Guddu, and delivers a credible performance as each. Breaking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Spinosaurus Paleontology Paleontology in the New Assignment Analysis of the article: Crocodile Meets Godzilla A Swimming Dino Bigger Than T. Rex The article that I chose for this assignment is about the recent discovery/confirmation of the first known dinosaur which lived and thrived in the water. The Spinosaurus aegyptiacus was found and collected by Dr. Nizar Ibrahim from the University of Chicago. Ibrahim along with his colleague Dr. Paul Sereno determined that based on the fossil discovered that the specimen was a swimming dinosaur. Technically, the bones of Spinosaurs were first discovered 100 years ago by a German paleontologist in Egypt. However, these bones were only a sample of the full skeleton and they were stored in a museum in Munich, Germany which was later bombed by the Allies during World War II; thus ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is 50 feet long which is slightly bigger than a T rex. It has a long alligator like jaw with interlocking front teeth which would have been useful at catching very large fish. Its hips and hind legs were narrow and small. It also had paddle like feet. These traits along with the fact that it had to carry its large weight on land would ve made the Spinosaurus have poor mobility and been a slow walker. It s similar to someone trying to run on land with scuba gear on. These traits are however best suited for swimming. And even the bones look more like those of aquatic animals than of other dinosaurs. They are very dense and that is something you see in animals like penguins or sea cows, and that is important for buoyancy in the water (Ibrahim 2014). The Spinosaurus has nostrils which are closer to its eyes than to the end of its muzzle. This trait would ve made it easiser for swimming and hunting prey while floating near the surface. It also had a dorsal sail. This is similar to a pelysosaurs which used a sail for thermoregulation; however it is believed that the spinosaurus used this sail for attracting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Ph2530Exercise1-1 Physics. PH2530 Exercise1.1 Gus Perez 1. The turning radius of a car is 36 ft. What will be the distance in meters? We got 1ft = 0.3048 m. So we solve it like, Distance = 36 ft. x (0.3048 m. / 1 ft.) = 10.9728 m. is the answer. 2. What is the sum of 1370 cm, 1575 mm, and 8.63 m in meters? (Hint: Refer to section 1.9 in the textbook.). We convert everything to meters. We know that 1m = 100 cm and 1cm = 10 mm. so we got, 1370 cm = 13.7 m and 1575mm = 1.575 m, so we add up the 3 values; Distance = 13.7 + 1.575 + 8.63 = 23.905 m. 3. The cross sectional area of a hole is 725 cm2. Given that the area of a circle is A = πr2, find the radius of the hole. (Hint: Use the problem solving method described in section 2.3 of the textbook.). When ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The faster an object is moving, the more inertia. 10. A scooter and a rider together have a mass of 275 kg. If the scooter slows with an acceleration of 4.50 m/s². Given m = 275 kg, a = 4.5, find the net force a. What is the net force of the scooter and the rider together? F = ma = 275 x ( 4.5) = 1237.5 N b. Describe the direction of the force and the meaning of the negative sign in the acceleration value. The meaning of the negative sign is that the acceleration is opposing the movement of the scooter and rider. It is slowing down. The force F is opposing the movement. 11. What is the mass and weight of a 10 kg object on earth? Given m = 10 kg and g = 9.8 m/s². Find the weight w = mg. Mass = m = 10 kg and the Weight = mg = 10x9.8 = 98 N 12. What is the mass and weight of a 10 kg object on the moon where the force of gravity is 1/6th that of the earth s? Given m = 10 kg and gmoon = gm = 9.8/6 = 1.633 m/s², find the weight. Weight = w = m*gm = 10 x 1.633 = 16.333 N acting downward. 13. Find the acceleration of a forklift of mass 1400 kg pushed by a force of 2100 N that is opposed by a frictional force of 425 N. Given m = 1400 kg, F1 = 2100 N and Fk = 425 N. Find the acceleration a. F=ma
  • 5. a = (F) / (m) = (2100 425) / (1400) = 1.1964 m/s² in the direction of F1. because F = F1 Fk. 14. As you sit on the chair and study your physique, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. It Requires Maximum Effort For Ensuring Secure Boundaries... It requires maximum effort to ensure secure boundaries of this company s network from. After people, information is our greatest asset which is why it would be in the company s best interest to invest in its protection. When we take the defensive approach we tend to attempt thinking along the lines as an attacker. It s helpful to be familiar with several of the tools that are made available to them and the ways these devices are used. More often than not an attack is planned. These incidents happen in segments and there is a method to an attackers approach. Therefore, most attacks do not merely happen. The attacks are elaborately planned out in phases. There is the research phase, which is when the attacker collects data on its target. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We could then act to protect those areas so that they are not unwanted doors to our critical data. Once the vulnerability scans are active and in place, I suggest a strong stateful firewall that will detect infiltration. This firewall should be capable of stateful inspections. Network/Host Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) are helpful in alerting of a breach. In addition, an unused ports should be closed and filter the excess. Firewalls can help with the ports as well as port scanners (EC Council, 2010, p. 3 18). These are recommended administration tools that will defend against network attacks. Scanning tools can aid the work on a network on either side. They are comparable guns, they can be used to harm or protect. Security scanners move through a list of known areas of weakness and explore each system (Tittle, 2003). There are also IP scanners, audits, and web server scanners available to add to the protective layers. Attackers access to tools to assist in their attacks and the key is to be the best position to prepare for those attacks. Popular among the Black hats are port scanners similar to Hping2. Used maliciously port scanning is based on a system or rhythm to search for ports in order to gain entry (Stewart, 2000). Hping2 is a command line based tool capable of using ICMP echo request to analyze data. The tool is powerful in that it s not only a port ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Joshua Sobol s Ghetto In The Vilna Trilogy Joshua Sobol s Ghetto is the first part of his Vilna Trilogy, A collection of stories centered around the Vilna Ghetto during the Holocaust, Ghetto premiered in 1984 at Haifa Municipal Theatre in Israel. Since then it has been seen around the world in more than sixty productions and been awarded numerous accolades from countries around the world and even closer to home in Chicago. It won the Jefferson Award for best production in 2000. Since it s premiere, audiences have been disturbed and moved by the play s extremely painful portrait of Jews attempting to survive the Nazis at any cost and attempting to also keep their humanity alive. In the Vilna Trilogy (Ghetto, Premiered 1984, Adam, Premiered 1989, Underground, Premiered 1991), Joshua ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Sobol, Gens idea of preserving Jewish culture at a time when the ghetto was being slowly destroyed came from his conviction that normalization and productivization . . . were the key to saving as many people as possible [and he] regarded the theatre not only as a source of livelihood and employment for the actors but also as an invaluable emotional outlet which would boost morale and help to normalize ghetto life (Sobol, 228). In the question of morale, Gens was quickly proven to be right. No fewer than 111 performances were given in the first year, and from January 1942, when the ghetto s theatre opened to the final liquidation in September, 1943, the ghetto s population of twenty thousand people had bought seventy thousand tickets. Over the objections of some of the inhabitants, especially Kruk, who attempted to stop the cultural activity by displaying banners and handbills declaring No theatre in a graveyard and No concerts in a graveyard, Gens pushed through his plans for a vigorous renewal of cultural life in the ghetto and in the course of the play succeeded in finally winning over many to his viewpoint, including Kruk. But along with this robust cultural activity, Gens also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Celestial Mechanics Celestial Mechanics Orbital Maneuvers Earth, Moon, Mars, and Beyond Rodolfo G. Ngilangil Jr. MBA, BSAE Impulsive Maneuvers Impulsive maneuvers are those in which brief firings of onboard rocket motors change the magnitude and direction of the velocity vector instantaneously. The position of the spacecraft is considered to be fixed during the maneuvers. This is true for high thrust rockets with burn times short compared with the coasting of the spacecraft. Orbital Maneuvers 2 Hohmann Transfer Definition The Hohmann transfer is an elliptical orbit tangent to both circles at its apse line. The periapse and apoapse of the transfer ellipse are the radii of the inner and outer circles. The Hohmann transfer is the most ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Determine the most efficient transfer from orbit 1 to a circular orbit of altitude 16 000 km (orbit 3), and the required delta v. Orbital Maneuvers 14 Phasing Maneuvers A phasing maneuver is a two impulse Hohmann transfer from and back to the same orbit. Phasing maneuvers are used to change the position of a S/C in its orbit. Orbital Maneuvers 15 Phasing Maneuvers Assignment 2 : S/C at A and B are in the same orbit 1. At the instant shown, the chaser vehicle at A executes a phasing maneuver so as to catch the target S/C back at A after just one revolution of the chaser s phasing orbit 2. What is the required total delta v. Orbital Maneuvers 16
  • 9. Phasing Maneuvers ssignment 3 A It is desired to shift the longitude of a GEO satellite from 99.1°W to 111.1 °W in three revolutions of its phasing orbit. Calculate the delta v requirement. Orbital Maneuvers 17 Non Hohmann Transfers with A Common Apse Line 1 Transfer between two coaxial elliptical orbits in which the transfer trajectory shar es the apse line but is not necessarily tangent to either the initial or target orbit. The problem is to determi ne if there exists such a trajectory joining points A and B. Orbital Maneuvers 18 Non Hohmann Transfers with A Common Apse Line 2 rA = rB = e3 = 2 h3 1 µ 1 + e3 cos θ A 1 µ 1 + e3 cos θ B 2 h3 rB − rA rA cos θ A − rB cos θ B cos θ A − ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Television and Media Essay Daytime Talk Television Daytime talk television is certainly controversial. There are those who find these types of shows informative and helpful. There are others who view these shows as pointless and inappropriate. I agree with the latter. Daytime talk television is pointless and it presents material that should not appear on television. I believe that some talk shows need to be removed from the airwaves and not seen again. When looking at daytime talk television, once can see that there are two main styles, which are apparent when looking at the content and manner at which they are presented. There are show like Ricki Lake, Jenny Jones, and the infamous Jerry Springer who bring guests out onto the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her format is always inspirational and positive. These two different forms are the main types of daytime talk television. I feel that daytime talk television is both a good thing and can also be negative in its attempts to fight for ratings. Those shows that I believe should stay on television and continue to be run are the positive ones that have a goal that is based on people as opposed to those based on money and ratings. I believe Oprah is on of the only talk show hosts that does a good job in dealing with people and their problems. As Merry Thomas said, Oprah deals with topics that touch peoples hearts and she wants and tried to help those in need. She does several shows that are aimed at inspiring and helping her viewers. This idea of helping people can be seen through her show about family values. Oprah had Louie Anderson on the set, and he was discussing how fame has put stress on his family and the relationships within the family. Louie talked about how he tries to deal with his family and their constant desire for financial support. His brother came on, and they discussed the problem in a calm, relaxed way and how it has strained their relationship. Her kind of show is the kind we need more of on television. It was nice to see two people discuss a problem as opposed to yelling and fighting about it. I like her style and her love of people. I think that if a show is done in good taste and deals with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Western World Monarchy In Chapter 12 of The Rise of the Western World, the monarchy was checked by the Parliament which eventually led to efficient property rights and economic development. Major reason power of the monarchy was reduced was out of fear that the crown would infringe on property rights; once the monarchy was checked property rights were deemed to be protected by Common Law. England, similar to France and Spain, had an unchecked executive that attempted to infringe on property rights. They were solely concerned with identifying new sources of revenue regardless of the impact on the economy as a whole. The monarchy in England confiscated church lands and allowed special grants and privileges and collected number of fees to increase the revenue flow (146). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He secured common law over the development of commercial law and allied the Parliament with common law (147). In addition to advocating the supremacy of the common law he also strived to end the monopolistic privileges endowed by the crown. The Glorious Revolution ensured that England would have a constitutional monarchy in which Parliament had the majority of the power and after the Restoration, Parliament became dominant (149). As the Parliament rose, efficient property rights were embed into the common ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Identity Vs. Role Diffusion Crisis Jordan is interviewing for a job at a fast food restaurant. During the interview, it would be in Jordan s best interest to display the characteristics of an extroverted person. Eysenck described someone that is of high degree in the extroversion scale as someone that is outgoing and sociable (436). The interviewer would like someone that is outgoing instead of shy because customers appreciate someone that is approachable. He would also look for someone that is sociable because customers like someone that can carry out a conversation. Displaying these traits during the interview would make a lasting impression on the interviewer. Showing the interviewer that he had a positive transition into adulthood will make a positive impression and may lead to him getting the job. The Identity vs. Role diffusion crisis is the change in personality between the adolescent years to early adulthood. If Jordan is able to show that he had obtained a positive result to the identity crisis. By him displacing that he successfully overcame his adolescent years, he would be more likely to get the job because of his maturity. If Jordan shows his interviewer that he has a high internal locus of control, he would make a lasting impression. The internal locus of control can best be described as perceiving that one s life is out of direct control, but can choose how ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If Jordan can show his interviewer that he is a fully functioning person, he will be more likely to get the job because employers usually want someone that always has room for improvement. That is a characteristic that many employers strive to find or push onto its existing employees. Also, some that is flexible will make a great candidate because it shows that this person is humble enough to do any task. Displaying himself as a fully functioning person will allow Jordan to make a lasting impression on his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Analysis Of Francois Truffaut And Alfred Hitchcock s Film... Anyone who is even vaguely aware with film usually has a favorite director. Why? What distinguishes one director from another? A director is the person who determines and realizes on the screen an artistic vision of the screenplay; casts the actors and directs their performances; works closely with production design in creating the look of the film...and in most cases, supervises all postproduction activity, especially editing (Barsam and Monahan 496). Clearly, the director of a film is lead visionary in how the film is made. But what makes some directors truly memorable and instantly recognizable? Those directors take advantage of all different kinds creative possibilities and signatures to become the true author of the film, also known ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Alfred Hitchcock also used cinematography in a uniquely stylizing way. Hitchcock not only uses the camera to create dramatic irony, but he also uses the camera to lie to the audience and create anxious suspense. For example, in his film Psycho, when Marion is in the shower Hitchcock frames the scenes very tightly. Marion is in a confined and very personal space. This makes her incredibly vulnerable. Then Hitchcock heightens the suspense by creating dramatic irony with the reveal of a shadowy figure closing in on Marion, unbeknownst to her. This creates a lot of anxiety for the audience, knowing the protagonist is vulnerable and in danger with no way of altering the inevitable. Hitchcock then manipulates the audience by revealing a brief silhouette of an old lady as our shower killer. Hitchcock uses this reveal to lie to the audience, he makes the audience think they have more inside knowledge confirming their already growing suspicions, when in reality the audience is misled entirely and the murderer was Norman all along. The way Hitchcock uses the camera to reveal both inside information and misleading information truly keeps the viewer engaged and not knowing what to believe until the truth is finally revealed. By using this unique technique of controlling the audience by only showing what he wants you to see, Hitchcock masterfully defies expectations and creates suspense. Both ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Social Responsibility Of KLM And Northwest Airlines In 1967, KLM had moved their airport to Schiphol, Netherlands with improvements to the length of the runway and the airport infrastructure. The 1970 s introduced the new generation aircrafts called wide bodies. KLM found this as an opportunity to increase their transportation services by purchasing the new Boeing 707. This aircraft has the capability to fit over 500 passengers. This aircraft was the start of mass transportation for KLM as they are able to fly more passengers than before. In 1989, for the first time in the history of air transport, an alliance was reached: KLM and the US carrier Northwest Airlines merged to offer their customers convenient access to both their networks. A first open skies agreement was reached in 1991 between the Netherlands and the United States, allowing for all KLM and Northwest Airlines flights between Europe and the United States to be operated on a joint venture basis starting in 1993 (History, n.d.). After that, KLM began mergers with other airlines such as NLM Cityhopper and Netherlines for domestic and international routes. KLM made huge changes to their operations in 2004. They merged with Air France and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Being a corporation comes responsibility, social to be exact. KLM s corporate social responsibility, or CSR for short, is a set standard of an integrated approach in the airline sector.The CSR policy is directed at customers, employees and society (Company Profile, 2015). Not only did KLM earn their tenth top position of Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes for airlines, but also, sector leader in the umbrella category Transport. KLM s merge with Air France only made the company stronger as they work together to keep the values of an honest carrier alive. They care about the quality and innovation of their service. KLM listens customers and other carriers ideas as they have more an outlook of the company as they view in a different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Induction And Induction Essay Deduction and Induction Isabel Bolio A way in which a human being can acquire knowledge is by reasoning through guided principles of validity; which is therefore through logic. This extends our understanding of our surroundings. Within logic there are two branches that lead to reasonable conclusions, these are: inductive and deductive logic. In the following paragraphs this two instruments will be described and exemplified in order to compare them as means to reach logic. Inductive logic is the form to achieve a conclusive and specific knowledge through general rules. It is the urge of humans to construct patterns of observation through time. We all use simple induction all the time; for example. We assume that because the sun has ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This example demonstrates how humans draw conclusions without enough examples, therefore another problem arises: how many examples do we need to form a completely truthful conclusion? On the other hand there is the opposite of Inductive logic: Deductive logic. It is the process by which a secure conclusion can be reached through one or more general statements that are otherwise called premises . It goes form general to specific. So if one is equal to two and two is equal to three then we know that one is equal to two. This way of reasoning is easily applied to our ordinary lives an example is: every day I leave to school at eight o clock; I take fifteen minutes and get there on time, therefore if today I leave at eight o clock I will get to school on time. Another example; all students that have high SAT scores do well in collage, a Laura had high SAT scores, she will do well in collage. Equivalently to Inductive reasoning deductive logic has limitations. The issue is that the premises are either drawn form observation or are merely assumptions. This means that the premises of a deductive argument may come from inductive reasoning, which automatically leads us to the previous problems encountered. It may however be that the deductive argument is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Peter Singer Argument According to the United Nations, a child dies of hunger every ten seconds. Likewise, millions of people worldwide live in poverty and do not know when they will eat again. While the typical American throws away leftover food, children are dying across the world from starvation. To put this into perspective: By the time you have started reading, a child has died of hunger. Bioethicist and utilitarian philosopher, Peter Singer, in his argumentative essay, The Singer Solution to World Poverty, asserts that it is the individual s responsibility to save children in poverty. Singer utilizes many rhetorical strategies including appealing to pathos, repetition, and comparison of statistics to defend his argument: Whatever money you re spending on luxuries, not necessities, should be given away. He adopts an analytical and indignant tone in order to convince Americans to donate money to save the lives of millions of children. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Peter Singer provides the specific number, $200, to demonstrate how reasonable it is to save a child in poverty. Additionally, he repeats, to save a child s life, which demonstrates exactly what a $200 donation could do for a helpless child. As an example, Singer references a credible philosopher, Peter Unger, and acknowledges that, by his calculation, $200 in donations would help a sickly 2 year old transform into a healthy 6 year old. Next, he establishes that, if you were to give up dining out just for one month, you would easily save that amount. Singer emphasises this to show the reader how simple it is to save $200, and, more importantly, save a child s life. By repeating this number multiple times, following with, to save a child s life, throughout his essay, Singer implies a reasonable yet urgent tone in order to convince the reader that if they donate, they will save a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Case Facts And Tort Law Case facts tort law ● Plaintiff [Esanda] was Lent cash to corporations related to an organization named excel, which might indemnify the plaintiff if the businesses were unable to. ● Allegedly, the plaintiff entered this agreement supported certifications created by the the defendant [PMH], UN agency were the auditors of excel. ● Excel was unable to supply the indemnities, and also the plaintiff sued the defendant pure economic losses as a result from negligent words. The types of occupation that are enclosed at intervals the broad class of the finance business cover a large range of duties. several of those occupations need the giving of advice, maybe to individual clients concerned regarding their personal finances or to business clients wanting to optimise the monetary outcomes for their business. the kind of recommendation might relate, for example, to investment methods, superannuation, products and services. If this recommendation seems to be incorrect and therefore the person or business to whom it had been given loses money as a result, they will look for compensation from the advice giver. The legal proceeding most likely to be used is that of the tort of negligence, for what s better known diversely as negligent misstatement or negligent misrepresentation . This article examines however associate consultant within the finance industry could also be liable within the tort of negligence for information or recommendation given within the course of his or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Minimum Wage Issues Minimum wage is one of the biggest issues facing American society today. The government has been involved in the minimum wage of workers for more than a hundred years, so government and people have debated about what should be the minimum wage that would advantage the economy and society in total. But unfortunately, after a long time arguing about this problem nothing change and the American worker and breadwinner are still struggling with their income, so the big problem for the American society at present is the minimum wage that needs to be resolved and not forgiven, as the community is now witnessing. However the United States of America is the most powerful country in the world, but which has not respected people s social issues for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The next important issue the question of how can one be a good citizen for the community. The young generation in any country has this question, so they want figure out how to find a good model to a better future for themselves and their community. the young generations in the U.S. observe gap between the citizen, so they facing a lot of problems in their society that poor people has to coping with that and the same time the rich people with all the opportunity, they continue their fancy life . These young people wants be famous and rich because they see result of pain of gap between the rich and poor people. These show the value of good citizen is not about honesty, kindness or man s rights any more, but it is about just be rich, and powerful and famous. Honesty, this is so painful for the society that class differentials themselves are dangerous consequences for the democracy community. Another issue that shows the minimum wage has to be raised is the lack of motivation for middle class. The first problem these families face is the inability to provide basic living facilities that include housing, spending, and other human needs such as health insurance, and so on. Manet noticed that Dupont lived with her mother,( I try to live within my means, but sometimes you just can t.) the Houston, Texas, resident told a reporter last March. Dupont said she had no health insurance, was behind on her car payments and had taken ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. La Historia Me Absolvera also known as History Will... The time of the Cuban Revolution involved a great deal of turmoil for Cuba as well as other countries around the world. In 1945, shortly after the end of World War II, the Cold War was taking off between the United States and the Soviet Union.1 Cuba was in the middle of its own war, the revolution, when they caught up in the international politics of the Cold War. The interaction between international and domestic politics played a major role in the outcome of the revolution. The result of the revolution left Fidel Castro in charge of Cuba. The Platt Amendment states that the United States has the ability to interfere at various points in Cuba s history. This gave America the ability to better serve its own interests in the region, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Fifth Revolutionary Law states that any gains received illegally under other regimes will be confiscated by special courts set up to review records and find any of these gains obtained illegally. These confiscated gains will go to pay retirements for workers and to set up hospitals and charitable organizations.12 In addition, people believe that Castro s speech on revolution was a communist conspiracy as well as a socialist ideologies. However, Fidel deceived the Cuban society and led them to believe that his goals and help him represent democracy. In Castro s speech, History Will Absolve Me, he discusses different kinds of policies that he would like to enforce on Cuba and make the Cuban society believers of his ideologies. In the end, Fidel did not achieve what he initially wanted for the people of Cuba. Even though, the actual Revolution was successful he failed to abide by his promises to the people regarding a successful economic reform in Cuba. The actions taken by Castro in his trial and his History Will Absolve Me speech really showed his view on the anti Batista movement. It helped the people of Cuba to understand his passion to reform the country and increase the living situations in Cuba. I believe that Castro s trial speech History Will Absolve Me, is a socialist document. This speech is a theory of social organization of ownership and control of how Fidel wanted Cuba to be. Castro ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Tourette s Syndrome Case Study DESCRIPTION Tourette s Syndrome, often shortened to TS, is an inherited neurological disorder. Although the cause is unknown, studies suggest that it occurs when the nerves in the brain have trouble communicating and when there is a disturbance in the balance of neurotransmitters. It is characterized by repetitive, sudden, and involuntary movements or noises called tics. The tics can be both motorized and vocalized. Motor tics are body movements that can be simple, such as rapid eye blinking, shoulder shrugging, or nose twitching or complex, such as jumping, kicking, hopping, and spinning. Simple vocal tics include grunting, sniffing, and throat clearing, while complex vocal tics include repeating the words of others or repeating one s own words (ghr.nlm.nih.gov). About 10% of those diagnosed with TS have coprolalia, usage of obscene language, and copropraxia, making obscene movements. The syndrome does not directly affect a person s intelligence, as they function normally besides the tics, unless there is another co existing disorder. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To be diagnosed with TS, a patient must have two or more motor tics and at least one vocal tic. The tics must have begun before the patient has reached 18 years of age and have occurred for at least a year. Opposingly, Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder may be diagnosed if the patient has one or more motor tics or vocal tics, but not both that have been persistent for over a year and has not been diagnosed with TS. In the case of Provisional Tic Disorder, the patient has symptoms identical to Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder, aside from the fact that the tics have not been present for longer than 12 months in a row ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Secrets to Choosing the Right Perfume that Smells Best on You You have met people whose smell has stayed unchanged for long that they have become part of their essence. Your boy/girlfriend or husband/wife, who smell of whichever is cool. Signature smells are beyond pretty; they are your calling card to everybody you meet and soothe for all you love. The following are secrets to choosing the right Perfume that smells best on you: Do not Entrust a Odor until you Smell the Last Note Eau de Cologne Eau de Cologne is about five percent oil in a combination of water and alcohol. It is refreshing and lighter, typically with a citrus oil element. Eau de Toilette It contains the amount of perfume oil between five and nine percent over Eau de Cologne, Eau de Toilette mixed with alcohol. Perfume Perfume is almost 40 percent perfume oil combined with alcohol. Learn which Odor Family you Take Pleasure In the Most Scent Families for Women Scents classified according to main scent characteristics. The four essential families that frame most feminine fragrances are Floral/Sweet, Oriental/Spicy, Woody/Chypre and Citrus/Fruits/Fresh. Keep Different Perfumes from Dissimilar Fragrance Families It is somewhat beautiful to switch your signature scent in line with season, mood or occasion that day! Floral/Sweet Floral is the widely used perfume in feminine fragrances, extremely sweet and recognizable. Citrus/Fruity/Fresh
  • 22. These are Orange, lemon, grapefruit, lime and additional citrus fruits and many more. Oriental/Spicy These are warm ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Early Signs Of Psychopathy Running head: A CHILD PSYCHOPATH A Child Psychopath Alexandra Elizabeth Dolan Peru State College and York High School Abstract This paper explores research conducted within the Psychology classroom. A Child Psychopath 1. What Are the Early Signs of Psychopathy? 2. What Motives in Early Childhood Can Cause Children to Commit Malicious Crimes? 3. Can Children Grow Out of Psychopathic Tendencies? What Are the Early Signs of Psychopathy? Although it is difficult to imagine a child being psychopathic, it is crucial that we are able to recognize psychopathic behaviors in children. Mental health professionals say they could easily detect early psychopathic tendencies in childhood, but do not want to actually label the child a psychopath yet (Stenson, 2009). According to Duncan, it is difficult to imagine a child doing such things because everyone automatically expects them to fit into the Innocent/ The Child archetype (Schill, 2012). It is basic knowledge that children tend to act out all the time, but when is the behavior of children passed the line of normalcy and crossed the line into psychopathy? It is normal for a child to be occasionally aggressive, but a child being constantly aggressive could possibly be a sign of psychopathy (Stenson, 2009) According to Keysers, The feeling of empathy is what makes the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Why Are Multinational Organizations Relocating Parts Of... Stephen Ebonine Why are Multinational Cooperation relocating parts of their Corporate Headquarters to the UK in recent years? The key point of this research paper is to illustrate that taxes are a major drivers that push MNC to relocate abroad. I will consult various literature to explain and illustrate my research question. Subsequently I m going to use the tax home relocation case of FIAT to demonstrate what is happening nowadays to many Multinational Companies all over the world. Backgroung This research focus on the various factors that motivates the different core parts to relocate. (Lewin and Volberda, 2011) states that moving a core part outside the border creates strategic benefits for the multinational company, like acquiring a higher and more efficient strategic knowledge by engaging with people from different context, or it can improve the access to international market or may provide a lower cost fiscal regime.There are different set of arguments as to why MNCs move business unit and Corporate Headquarters overseas. If we are to base our research on established theories, we can easily say that the research is based on international business concerned with the nature and scope of the MNC. The Predictors of Business Head Quarters relocation (Dunning,1981;Rugman 1981, The theory of Multinational Corporation) suggests that the locational choices the MNS makes for each activity is just a comination of needs that will offer more advantages to the firm. (Rugman and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The Rise Of The Professional Competitive Video Gaming Essay Imagine that more than twenty years ago people didn t even know about professional competitive gaming. They would never think that in the future eSport (electronic sport), would be growing up extremely fast. Last year, tournaments awarded more than $15 million around the world, up from just over a $1 million a decade ago (Holden 87) according to the statistics from the esportsearnings.com. Just think about it, the first place team can be guaranteed to get at least $1 million dollars, and this is the amazing amount of money for just playing the game. Now imagine that there several tournaments like that per year. Every competitive game has its own different tournaments. What if I told you that professional gaming organizations have a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Starting from better salaries and ending up with separate living apartments for the teams. This is really particular for Asian teams. The Chinese and South Korea team organizations officially have better facilities and conditions to the players. In Asia competitive gaming is as popular as soccer, so almost every organizations has its own base for the players, where they can live, practice, study and entertain. In Europe only top 10 organizations can compete with Asian organizations. In North America there are only two strong organizations. The Asian teams are always treating as better teams because of their conditions that they offer to the players. All the professional players agree that Chinese players have better skills then other players in the world. For example, in StarCraft 2, the top 10 players consist of 7 Chinese players; in DotA 2, the 6 out of 10 top teams are Asian. Fortunately, European and American gaming team organizations are evolving fast enough so they already can equally compete against Asian organizations. The conditions for players are really important in the competitive gaming. All of the professional teams have a sponsorship and this is their main source of income. Without a sponsor the team can do absolutely nothing, even if that team has good players. This is why the organizations are signing contracts with sponsors and making few teams in different games disciplines. The teams are always having the same ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Why Is Mercl Benz An Innovator 1. Attention getter: According to Forbes, Mercedes Benz is the #16 World Most Valuable Brands. The founder of Mercedes Benz, Karl Benz, back to 130 years ago when there were only horse drawn carriage, he pioneered and innovated the first practical automobile powered by an internal combustion engine at Mannheim. Karl Benz is a very great mechanical engineer during the 19th century (Bellis. M, 2014). 2. Introduction Profile/bio data/background of the innovator  Original name was Karl Friedrich Michael Vaillant (Geni, 2011).  Born on November 25, 1844 in Karlsruhe, Germany (Geni, 2011).  In remembrance of the death of his father, he changed his name to Karl Friedrich Benz (Geni, 2011).  Graduated with degree in Mechanical Engineering ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His persistence of spending years to develop new type of engine is my inspiration for guiding me not to give up easily especially during hard times. Whenever he failed to build the little gas engine in the tricycle, or whenever he was about to give up on developing the horseless carriage, his wife, Bertha is the one who pushed him to continue (Auer, G. 2006). After he finished his first creation of combustion internal engine which was received a patent in the year of 1879, he did not give up of his old passion of creating a horseless carriage. In 1886, he finished and granted a patent for his creation of the horseless carriage vehicle which he named it as Benz Patent Motorwagen. The car was first driven in Mannheim (Carl Benz Academy, 2011). Besides that, Karl Benz s motivation of upgrading the specification of Benz Patent Motorwagen is one of the reasons that really inspired me to learn to improve. When Benz was testing on Motorwagen, it often attracted many onlookers who laughed mockingly when it crashed against the wall because it was difficult to control in the beginning of time. After he received the patent on Motorwagen, he improved and upgraded the Motorwagen to 2nd generation which is Motor 2 and also Motor 3 (4to40 Encyclopedia, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Cat In The Hat Movie And Book Comparison Essay Throughout my years as a scholar I never quite enjoyed the process of summer work, especially the summer reading aspect of it. There are multiple reasons on why I perhaps dread the work. For one, I like to enjoy my summer without thoughts of school (though this was nearly impossible being a rising senior), and I go through the process of forgetting school, by ignoring my summer work up till the night before the first day of classes. However, this year I made an active decision to start my summer reading early, and I m glad I did so. As I was scrolling through falconview in its last functional days I was pleasantly surprised to find the book MoneyBall as one of the options. Being an avid Baseball fan, having seen the movie adaptation, and the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... MoneyBall, explored the Oakland A s franchise under the management of Billy Beane, an ex baseball prospect. This book displayed to the reader the misgrievances many pro scouts make when recruiting players, including; the exclusion of certain players when building teams, the wrong analysis of stats, and the use of conventional wisdom. This book explains how a poor baseball team went from a winning percentage under .500 to almost beating the richest team in baseball. The book is most accurately depicted by what the back of the cover articulates, MoneyBall is The most influential book on sports ever written . To begin, when I first opened the novel I had already had high expectations for the book as I and many others had already enjoyed the movie adaptation of the novel (though the book came out first), so it s no surprise that I immensely enjoyed the book. However, one thing I didn t know going into the reading is how much I would learn and question from having read it. Having a rich baseball background from having played the sport since I was four years old I thought I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Patience Analysis What is patience? Patience means the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting upset or angry. My sister, Natalie, and I had a normal relationship we fight like every other pair of siblings do. We normally have very small, stupid fights over things that do not matter. For some reason that day I did not have any patience at all and then it all happened. On a beautiful, hot day in August 2011, my grandfather, father, mother, brother, sister, and I all began our day of work. Natalie and I had been in argument over who got to sit in the good chair in the rusty corn building next to the grain bins. As I got angrier, I began to walk out the window pane door suddenly my eyes filled with tears. I looked down and saw the gushing blood but I did not feel any pain. After I saw the blood I let out a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You just need to breathe. When we got to the emergency room my mom went to fill out the forms while I sat there holding my arm. After waiting impatiently for about thirty minutes I finally got put into a room. The doctor came in and rubbed a gel around the cut to numb it and then gave me a shot to make it even more numb. The smell of the sterile room gave me a headache but I began to feel drowsy. After two hours I left the hospital with twenty one stitches. The next week school started but the fun part had been when I got to sit out of p.e.. After a few weeks my mom checked me out of school to take me to get my stitches out. When we got to the doctor s office I went to a room. Many of the nurses congratulated me on being able to withstand the pain of having twenty one stitches. I felt a little sting like a needle pricking me as she cut the stitches out. After she cut them out she realized some did not fully healed so she put a small bandage over them and finally I got to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Rating Transformation Of Digital Time Rating Transformation in Digital time Fei Yang (Kurt) 0740261 Content 1. 2. When Rentrak and ComScore meet Nielsen a) Company Information b) Different measurements in digital rating market. Nielsen s tracking process: Total audience measurement Rentrak and ComScore s tracking process 3. Conclusion: The future of digital rating and room for competitors On September 29th Rentrak and ComScore announced their merge. According to the deal the companies have an equity value of about $2.4 billion while Nielsen has a market capitalization of about $16.7 billion. Still, Nielsen dominates the rating market, however, is Rentrak and ComScore a strong competitor? What is Nielsen doing in digital rating business? 1. Company Information Rentrak is a company focusing on measuring what people are watching on television with set top boxes and ComScore has been measuring people s use of online media since 1999. Combined, the two companies are seeking to provide a new rating currency which shows people s watching habits across TV, web, tablet, mobile and more. It s an ideal combination to deal with the offline and online measurement issues our clients and both legacy and new media owners face, Serge Matta, chief executive of comScore, who will lead the combined company said in an email on the merging day. 2. Different Tracking Processes a) Nielsen s tracking process: Total audience measurement Since the 1950s, Nielsen has dominated television ratings with its measurement ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. A Philip Randolph A. Philip Randolph Daneka Ruiz Born on April 15, 1889 in Crescent City, Florida, Reverend James W. and Elizabeth Randolph gave birth to their second son, Asa Philip Randolph. James worked as a tailor and minister, while Elizabeth worked as a seamstress. Both of his parents were supporters of equality for African Americans as well as general human rights. Being black during that era meant having to live through difficult circumstances while striving to survive. Through the guidance and nurture from his parents, Asa inherited his compassion and drive towards racial inequality. In 1891, the Randolph s moved to Jacksonville, Florida, which had a positive, and well established African American community. Asa and his brother were ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At an early age Asa was shown just how cruel the world of racism could be after him and his father were returning clothing that the Reverend had repaired. The client, being a white man, became angry and embarrassed that a black man would walk onto a white man s property, and therefore chased them both out. On another occasion, Reverend James was approached by a group of African American men who whispered something in his ear. Upon hearing the news, the Reverend fetched his shotgun, gave it to his wife, loaded his pistol, and left. A black man had been accused of raping a white woman and was thrown in jail. Rumors were floating around that the accused man would be lynched by an angry white mob. Reverend James and a few others marched to the police station in hopes of defending the man. There was a small chance of the man having a fair trial, but at least he had not been lynched. Because continuing education was not the norm for African Americans, Asa and his brother looked for work after graduating high school. Asa landed a job at the Union Life insurance Company. He then floated from job to job. Reverend James had different anticipations for his boys. Knowing that his first born never really followed his faith, he turned to Asa in hopes of him becoming a minister. The reverend felt that he would be ideal due to his experience in public speaking and popularity, but Asa was not so sure. He was more interested in what the future held for African Americans. At that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Montessori Obedience Essay The power to obey is the last phase in the development of the will, which in its turn has made obedience possible. (Montessori, 1988, p.239) Montessori believed that the disorderly and disobedient acts of a young child where from those actions that he/she had yet to develop and so where unable to control successfully. Discipline and obedience could not therefore be inflicted on a young child as had been traditionally thought, nor could it be sustained through rewards and punishments. Obedience is seen as something which develops in the child in much the same way as other aspects of his character. (Montessori, 1988, p.234) As Montessori observed, obedience is a developmental process and can not occur unless the child has developed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When he/she is finished with the activity, he/she returns the apparatus back to its allocated place, keeping the order within the environment. All the materials contain a control of error, avoiding the need for a teacher to highlight the child s mistake, allowing him/her the freedom to correct himself/herself, with out the need for adult intervention. He/she is then left and allowed the freedom to carry out his/her task, as many times as he/she wants, for as long as he/she wants without any unnecessary interruptions. With this constant cycle of activity begins a process and through the many repetitions of the exercise the child gradually becomes aware, and conscious of his/her actions that his/her hands are performing. Through this awareness, his/her actions can no longer be considered a product of an inner desire, but have become actions performed with a consciousness and deliberation. That which at first was but a vital impulse (horme) has become a deliberate act. The child s first movements where instinctive. Now he acts consciously and voluntarily and with this comes the awakening of the spirit. (Montessori, 1988, p.231) From observations made by Maria Montessori we have come to the understanding that discipline is a maturational process and can not be present in a child who has yet to develop his/her own will. (Montessori, 1988, p.234) ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Problems with the Japanese Whaling Industry The Japanese whaling industry has thrived and flourished since its origin. The Japanese have depended on whales such as the blue, fin, sei, and humpback whales. The issue at hand is that the demand for whale products and byproducts is so large that the numbers of these types of whales has declined to near extinction levels. Without any care to the harm being done, the Japanese whaling industry has not shown any sign of remorse towards this actions little has been done by the international community s to put an end to the elimination of these large and peaceful creatures. There have been small groups of anti whaling conservation. The groups have had many victories along the way by using their non traditional methods and sometimes generating violent tension between them and the whaling ships while in international waters. Summary This topic has generated research and observation in order to understand both sides of the whaling industry in Japan. First must take a look to the history and background of the topic. The oldest Japanese book in existence, called the Kojiki, chronicled that the Emperor Jimmu, the first emperor of Japan, ate whale meat (History of Japanese Whaling, 2013). Due to over 1,000 years of whaling in Japan, It has not been an easy task for the Japanese people to ease up on this addiction to whale products. For centuries this industry has remained strong until recently attacks by conservation groups. The international community has created the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Differences Of Constantine And Constantine s... What is a proselytizer or what are proselytizer? If you are not familiar with the term, it means, to attempt to convert someone to one s own religious faith or to persuade someone to join one s own political party or to espouse one s doctrine . So, to make it easier to understand it means someone helps someone else convert to a belief, either politically or religiously. In Constantine s conversion to Christianity in the 3rd century, was he persuade by someone or did he just happened to convert unpersuasive? Or in Agathangelos story, History of the Armenians, was Trdat persuaded by Gregory or were there other factors that persuaded Trdat to convert? In my research I will compare and contrast which stories were similar, which were different, and how gender even played a role in conversion. In addition I will include how are they portrayed, who are they, are they foreign, did they come with a goal to convert the king or did it just happen, are they depicted realistically, and what about the stories that didn t have missionary involvement. As we compare Eusebius s story of the life of Constantine and Argothos, History of the Armenians. Both Kings have some similarities but one deciding factor is that they both convert differently. As we go through eusebius s account of Constantine, Constantine is convince under his own understanding of what Christianity is. He converts to christianity by himself. He decides to change after he does his investigation. This only happens after he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. What Is The Difference Between Normative And Technical... Part A: What is the difference between normative and technical rationality? Moral dimension in leadership is depend on normative rationality. Normative rationality is a rationality based on what we believe and what we consider to be good. Technical rationality is a rationality based on what is effective and efficient. Both normative and technical rationality have value however when they are in conflict, normative rationality should always be used. Normative rationality is center of the moral dimension. Normative rationality is relying on beliefs and what one considers to be good. On the other hand, technical rationality is relying on bureaucratic authority and psychological authority. Normative rationality is relying on beliefs and what one considers to be good. In the technical rationality, position based on research findings such as data, but there are reasons for one s position in the normative rationality. Technical rationality focuses accumulation of knowledge, orderliness, efficiency and effectiveness. In contrast, normative rationality focuses loyalty, harmony, honor, beauty, and trust. Normative rationality is based upon the purpose and values the group shares. As a school s values become more public and persuasive the school s culture is strengthened and its rationality become more legitimate. Also, normative rationality has strong sense of community. Everyone in the school work together and they are members of a learning community. However, technical rationality ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Educational Experience For Learners Of All Ages The arts are essential to providing a healthy educational experience for learners of all ages. Though treated by many as frivolous subjects, they provide vital tools for communication, engagement and successful instruction. It makes sense to incorporate the arts across the curriculum not only will schools improve, but students will develop important social and emotional skills, we will save money in the long run by keeping our students learning and engaged in work, and we will make the world a more beautiful place. To quote Charles Fowler (1994), The arts are not pretty bulletin boards. They are not turkeys and bunny rabbits. They are not frivolous entertainment. The arts are our humanity. They are the languages of civilization through which we express our fears, our anxieties, our hungers, our struggles, our hopes. They are systems of meaning that have real utility. This is why schools that provide students with the means and the encouragement to explore these realms provide a better education. (p.9). It is time for us to acknowledge as a society that schools are not just a building in which we instruct students on math, science and reading (though the arts would still be a vital tool even if that were the case). They are where students develop the skills essential to being human. Simply put, the arts can only benefit our schools, and should we choose to make them a priority, we will see definitive success. Using the arts in an academic setting allows teachers to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Golf Course Research Paper Did you ever think that a gentleman s game could relate so much to a seventeen year old girls life? Turns out you can relate anything if you try hard enough. Every day is a new day, similar to each hole and golf course is different. You never know what the condition of the golf course will be and you don t know what the weather might be while your playing. One of the biggest things I follow when I m playing golf is to take one shot at a time just like the saying take one day at a time. Imagine stepping up to the first tee of a golf course that you have never played before, you tend to get up on the tee box looking to see where would be the best place to hit your tee shot. This reminds me of starting freshmen year at a new school and looking around the cafeteria to see ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As my senior year approaches just like my thoughts on the final hole I contemplated which college I would like to attend. I wanted a college that was going to give me the best opportunities after and during my college experience. I also knew that I needed a coach that would push me. I wanted a coach and a golf team that would be there to help me grow and work hard to achieve not only my personal goals but helps the team achieve theirs. On that last hole of the golf game getting ready for your final putt of the round you take a chance and chose the line that you want to putt your ball on. When I discovered Colorado State University and Coach Annie I felt I just chose the right line for myself. As the final ball rolls toward the hole and coach Annie selected me as one of her new recruits I knew not only that I had the right speed and the right line I knew I found the right college. I continue to stare down the line and watch as my putt slowly falls in the hole, with my hands up I knew that I picked the right line and have also made the best decision on wanting to become a Ram for Colorado State ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Why People Are Afraid Of Immigrants In Canada Society in Canada The reason that people are afraid of immigrants it is because it brings a change in a society. They don t want to experience the change. It is shown to them explaining why they don t like immigrants. They argue that it is not the race of the other that they dislike, but that they do not like what they wear, or the houses they build, or the way they live. This is a backlash racism , or reactive racism often targets cultural practices and attributes of ethnic (Blundell, 2003, p.56). They express their anger towards the ethnic minorities in graffiti, verbal abuse, physical attacks, etc. Immigrants in Canada are accused of being job stealers, inflating the real estate, having a monster house, taking advantage of welfare, dressing inappropriately, etc. They were called job stealers because when the Asians come to Canada, they take jobs that the Canadian abandoned or did not want to take it. Asians were also working on a low wage compared to a Canadian. Which make a profit for the company by hiring them. They were accused of inflating the real estate and make the Canadian unable to afford a house. It is not the immigrants who raised the value of the house but it is the property sellers and the local ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Residents complained about the large houses, which change the traditional character of the neighborhood and inflate real estate values (Blundell, 2003, p.56). Immigrants home were named monster house because they lived in a bigger house. It was a shock for Canadian to have a change in architectural style. Asian people bought a larger house because they have a larger size of the family. If a white Canadians build a larger house and lives in it, it would seem like a beautiful house. If an Asian does that, people would call the house as a monster ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Albert Einstein Accomplishments Albert Einstein is one of the most influential scientist of the 20th century, and he helped propel advanced methods in science and education. When he first predicted the existence of gravitation there were many doubts and critics, but he worked and proved his methods to be successful and useful, to making discoveries in the world we are living in today. He had plenty of great accomplishments and discoveries, but in 1916 he completed some of his most important work that has had a major contribution, and he also created and completed many mathematical equations. Einstein has influenced many people not only because of his influence on science and mathematics, (but because growing it wasn t easy, but still managed to recognize the importance of his future in the educational world and what it took to become the best at it.) ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He was the first child of Hermann and Pauline Koch Einstein, a middle class Jewish couple. Einstein father was a feathered salesman at the time of his birth. He made no attempts to speak at the age where kids his age should began to. He and his family moved to Germany in 1880. His parents taught him and his sister to be independent at a young age by giving them task that teenagers would be doing, but Einstein s mom would follow over them at a distance to make sure they re safe. When the time came for Einstein and his sister to finally start school they attended a Catholic elementary down the road to where they live, which was less expensive. Einstein would later on excel in mathematics and science, however, because they fascinated him. His family at the age of fifteen wanted to move away from the small town in Germany, because that was the time of the mass killing of Jews and World War I, his family gave him an option to go with them, but Einstein wanted to stay and enhance his education and become as successful as he can. (Columbia Electronic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Crime Is The Strongest Factor Of Criminology Criminal violations are a major issue in today s society; obviously there will be wrongdoings whether one wants to believe it or not. In any case, does that imply that individuals are all bound to perpetrate wrongdoings in the event that they are related to a criminal, in someway? Although there continues to be a multitude of beings that believe crime is biologically determined, no human s are exactly alike in decisions; Hence criminal behaviors are not biologically determined. By recognizing that human behavior is influenced by many factors, by refuting counterarguments that the so called root of the crime is the biological mindset as a child one will discover this theory will inevitably fall short. By presenting sound arguments, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Due to this, human s are not born greedy entrepreneurs just like how one will not be born a disgraceful sinner.One is not born to commit white collar crimes or to commit murder. Nevertheless, the environment may influence a murderer, yet this all revolves around free will not genetics. There is no doubt that insidiousness develops from the non appearance of sympathy as a mere child. Biology conducts the biological qualities that a tyke needs to become a killer . However, there is a tremendous contrast between the way someone is raised and their biological qualities. The saying, like father, like son, or like mother, like daughter (Monk pg 16) according to experts means that, criminal traits must be genetic since so many criminals have relatives who are also criminals (Monk pg 16). Somewhere along the lines in families one has relatives who have done wrongdoings whether it be something detestable or something small, so the explanation of criminals being genetic is absolutely obscure. Experts also argue that wrongdoers, attribute biologically flawed genes, physiological deficiencies, and other inherited defects (Monk pg 16). All intellects inherent deficiencies, yet beings declare young children future murderers for having a defect. Some widely acclaimed pioneers had inadequacies from leaders like Albert Einstein (autism) or Isaac Newton (bipolar disorder) ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Resurrection In A Tale Of Two Cities Kaylee Gilkeyson Mr. Rowe World Literature 29 March 2018 A Tale of Resurrection in Two Cities A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens incorporates many themes, one being resurrection. This theme is used time and time again in the novel. Resurrection is revealed not only in the characters, but in the culture of the book itself. Dickens indicates that resurrection is an influential theme, so much that he combines it with his characters to make the novel have a deeper meaning. Being recalled to life or resurrected is similar to being reborn: In A Tale of Two Cities, many characters are reborn , meaning that they have a new chance at life (Dingyuan and Xiaohua, 91). Requirements for being recalled to life are embodied in A Tale of Two Cities. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first is when he is in court, and he is sentenced not guilty because of Carton s speech. Darnay is able to escape the reality of being in prison, all because of Carton s love. Darnay can start his life anew, free of conviction. The next instance is when Darnay is about to face the guillotine, and Sydney Carton sacrifices his life so Darnay can live. The second time, it takes another death, Sydney Carton s, to secure Darnay s freedom (Napierkowski and Ciccarelli, 357). The surrender of Carton s life ties into the requirements. Carton is showing love for Lucie and her husband Darnay, because he wants them to live happily together. Darnay would be dead, but thanks to Carton s help he is given a new chance at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. It s Time To Stop Animal Testing And Killing Animals Stop all testing and breeding of any animals of all kinds. Animal testing is not beneficial because they cause animals pain. They breed animals for testing and for research for checking if an experiment goes right.Most animals are killed during the testings. We shouldn t have testing because of that. Giving animals pain isn t right. Scientists use needles and don t relieve the pain they caused the animal. Animals that are given little to none to relieve the pain many animals may still might experience the pain. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulate the developments of new medications to be used on animals that might be later used to help humans. People breed animals for testing and that s not right. Scientists purchase the animals from breeders to be used in research. Primates, dogs, cats, are less than 1% of the animals used in testings. Also, scientists buy purpose animals from USDA licensed breeders or they ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Over a 100 million animals, mice/rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea, pigs, monkeys, fish, and birds are killed. They re killed in biology lessons, medical training, drug, food, and cosmetics testing. Before some animals deaths, some are forced to inhale toxic fumes, immobilized on restraint devices for hours, some have holes drilled into their skulls and etc. They are also confined to barren cages, socially isolated, and psychologically traumatized. In conclusion, scientists and researchers shouldn t test on animals because it hurts them hurts them. When scientists make animals have pain and the react to it they continue to cause them more pain. Most scientists and researchers buy and breed animals to do tests on them and they shouldn t because it isn t right and they have no right to do so. When most animals are tested on they die or get really sick to the point where they might need to be put down. Animals testing should be banned and scientists should stop breeding test ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Essay on Language, Imagery, and Symbolism in To Be of Use Use of Language, Imagery, and Symbolism to Develop the Theme of To Be of Use In the minds of most people, the words, hard work and heavy labor carry a negative connotation. What these words imply is not something that is generally welcomed with enthusiasm but is often accepted either by force or obligation. Marge Piercy s poem To Be of Use conveys an opposing connotation about the idea of work. The central theme of the poem is that satisfaction, gratification, and self fulfillment can be attained by using one s capabilities to serve a functional purpose in life, for it is the opinion of the speaker that an idle existence has no value or significance because it is worthless, vain, futile, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Piercy continues her description of the people [she loves] in the second stanza to further shape the theme. With the statement, I love people who harness themselves, an ox to a heavy cart... (8), Piercy indicates with a metaphor that she is fond of people who manage burdensome tasks which seem to require super human strength without the facilitation of alternative more convenient methods of completing them. By including the details people who harness themselves in this line, Piercy implies that what makes these people so honorable is that they are ready and willing to become the ox ; they do not need to be coaxed or forced to commit themselves to a task. Piercy adds that those whom she respects pull like water buffalo, with massive patience,... (9). Here Piercy s simile conveys that although they are heavy laden, they remain dedicated and devoted to their aims. When Piercy describes that they Strain in the mud and muck to move things forward,... (10), the words mud and muck become symbols of the obstacles and unfavorable conditions that Piercy s favorite type of people often have to contend with while working. Despite such discomfort and inconvenience, with grand effort, determination, and persistence, they persevere and accomplish their goals. In addition, Piercy relates that she ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Petruchio And Katherine Manipulation The continuing sources put forth the manipulation, the mental illness and further develops the idea of the sexual tension between Petruchio and Katherine and the enduring transformation of Katherine. Katherine drifts apart from the mannerisms of a feminist and contradicts her recurring attitudes of a feminist. Katherine is a character affected by the expectations of women in the time and setting of Verona Italy where the play is taking place. In the time period of the play, there are not only the manipulation of Katherine and Petruchio occurring but the development of the different puzzle pieces of bipolar disorder. The first piece of the puzzle is Petruchio meeting Katherine for the first time. During their first meeting Petruchio knows who ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Organisational Culture The topic canvasses the effects of organizational culture on the M A. This annotated bibliography is composed of research based, case study and literature reviewed articles, that all of them are recently published papers. Although in the aspect of mergers and acquisitions, organisational culture has various definition and encirclement (Riad, 2007), from recently introduced emotional intelligence (Harrison Walker, 2008) to theoretical definitions (Schraeder Self, 2003), and also there are some debates about the direction of its effects on M A (Stahl Voigt, 2008), but its influences on M A are undeniable. (Stinchcomb Ordaz, 2007) The most important effects of organisational culture on M A could be summarised as goal and mission ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Findings of the research have been categorised in three different aspects. In cultural type aspect, the most important findings are the lack of effective communication management and the absence of a clear strategy for implementing the merger. It have been founded that most of the observed companies have set the financial benefits and economics of scale as their main objectives. In human resource aspect, It has been founded that no attempts have been made for finding the organisational fit before the mergers and this caused a high level of uncertainty between the employees. Finally, because of the bad management of turnover during the merger, most of the companies have lost their top manager and staff significantly. Integrating the attributes of human resource and organisational culture are on of this article significance. This article has evaluated the success of the mergers and acquisitions by interrelated characteristics between these two main fields. Another significance is the location of the research, South Africa, Which there are a few research related to that country. The research has used only five companies that mean a very small sample size. Furthermore, companies have been chosen from different industries and sectors, which reduce the precision of the findings. It could be added that the authors have used qualitative research, which means the findings are highly based on the interpretation of the authors. Article utilised ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. The Trial Of The White House On August 6, Lewinsky appeared before the grand jury to begin her testimony, and on August 17 President Clinton testified. Contrary to his testimony in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case, President Clinton acknowledged to prosecutors from the office of the independent counsel that he had had an extramarital affair with Ms. Lewinsky. In four hours of closed door testimony, conducted in the Map Room of the White House, Clinton spoke live via closed circuit television to a grand jury in a nearby federal courthouse. He was the first sitting president ever to testify before a grand jury investigating his conduct. That evening, President Clinton also gave a four minute televised address to the nation in which he admitted he had engaged in an inappropriate relationship with Lewinsky. In the brief speech, which was wrought with legalisms, the word sex was never spoken, and the word regret was used only in reference to his admission that he misled the public and his family. Five weeks later, on February 12, the Senate voted on whether to remove Clinton from office. The president was acquitted on both articles of impeachment. The prosecution needed a two thirds majority to convict but failed to achieve even a bare majority. Rejecting the first charge of perjury, 45 Democrats and 10 Republicans voted not guilty, and on the charge of obstruction of justice the Senate was split 50 50. After the trial concluded, President Clinton said he was profoundly sorry for the burden ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Andrew Jackson Paragraph In 1828 Andrew Jackson was elected President of the United States. The presidential election of was a victory for Andrew Jackson. Andrew s Father died soon after his birth. He was raised by a single mother who wanted him to be a Presbyterian minister. When he was thirteen he and his brothers Hugh and Robert volunteered to fight the British. He later lost his brother Hugh to a heat stroke. He lost his brother Robert to smallpox they both got while in prison. He lost his mother at the age of 14 as well to a disease called cholera. Jackson then became an orphan. By the age of 20 Jackson became a lawyer. By the age of 21 Jackson was appointed as the district s prosecuting attorney. He was known as a hot tempered. Andrew Jackson and the Democratic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Examples Of Dystopia In The Maze Runner If a society is somehow all content and happy with the way things are, then most modern day problems would be solved. If there were some way to achieve this dream of a community, political conflict would become a thing of the past. The desired goal is a utopian society. A utopia is a place or stat gcxhe of order in which everything is perfect. The more that we fight for this dream, the more apparent it becomes that such a society is impossible. When government tries to create a utopia, the image of a perfect life could evolve. The result of this could be a dystopia. A dystopia is when the opposite of a utopia is established when trying to create a utopia. In The Maze Runner, a group of teenage boys are trapped in the center of one giant maze. An exemplary dystopian effect is given within the book when one of the boys states: If you ain t scared, you ain t human (Dashner 9). The author really helps the reader engage in how it really felt to be trapped and scared. No matter ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They both centralize the power in one area and do not let the people have rights or a say in what is going on. When a dystopia occurs, it is usually due to unequal distribution of power. When too much power is put in the wrong hands, the society could spin out of control like a car on the highway. A utopia is not realistic goal to have for any type of government. The best thing that a government can do is to avoid becoming a dystopia. It all comes down to who has the power and what they are doing with it. If the government has too much power, the people might rebel. The result would be a dystopia. But if the people have too much power, there would not be enough order, also leading to a dystopia. This scale needs to be balanced to where the government and the people have just the right amount of power to keep the system in order. With so many flaws, the utopian dream could result in a dystopian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. The Foreclosure Process Since 2009 I have a unique perspective in that I have gone through the foreclosure process twice since 2009. I have experienced firsthand what it is like to seemingly lose everything, to feel as low as I have ever felt, to be embarrassed and mortified beyond belief In the mid 2000 s my ex husband and I were doing well financially. We owned and operated a martial arts business that we started in 1995. Business was booming, as was our family. We found ourselves with 5 kids in a 4 bedroom house and decided we really wanted to find something with more room for our family to spread out. Our credit was outstanding, we had very little debt, and it was very easy for us to secure financing. We already had one rental house, in addition to our primary residence. After buying our third house, we decided to rent out our primary residence as well since our other rental house experience had been very positive. Being a landlord is risky just because you have your house rented to seemingly great people (in terms of credit) doesn t mean they won t screw you the first chance they get. Circumstances change, jobs get lost or hours reduced, and people find themselves unable to pay the rent. All of the sudden landlords find themselves without much recourse in terms of collecting rent and evicting tenants. They also run the risk of significant damage to their investment and no way to recover their losses. Small claims court doesn t even begin to cover the physical damage someone can inflict upon a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. An Analysis OfMystery Of Iniquity, By Lauryn Hill In a late Tupac Shakur interview in the early 90 s he said, it all comes down to we have to survive, we got to survive here in this country, because I m not going back to Africa, we have to survive here . Social injustice is what activist stressed during and after the civil rights movement. This paper is going to explore the poem Mystery of Iniquity by Lauryn Hill. In this poem Lauryn Hill warns you of the government, and the free world . This poem was written in 2002, during which police brutality was very prominent. In the start of this century African Americans still lived in poverty, and was treated unfairly in the court systems causing grief. In Mystery of Inequity Hill stresses the social injustice that is going on around the world for the African Americans. Social injustice is when the equals are treated unequal. It can also be discrimination towards one group or many. Therefore, this poem Hill talks about and will focus and talk about the inequality in the criminal justice system, discrimination, and slavery. The criminal justice system is targeting black males and Hill recognizes this. The discrimination is how blacks were treated unfairly. Last but not least, the poem express that slavery is still potent during this era. These three brings the poem together expressing how Hill feels about the inequality for African Americans. She says in When it all.../ all falls down.../ Telling you all.../ It all falls down (lines 4 7). This is saying that the American system is falling and will fall eventually. Above all, In the Mystery of Inequity , Hill talks about the history of inequity which is the criminal justice system, discrimination, and slavery. Hill talks about the criminal justice system which is crooked and socially injustice in Mystery of Inequity . She says, Witness despised / crooked lawyers / false indictments publicized (lines 19 21). In this text Hill is saying that the legal (court) system is just a joke. It s made for the people who create the laws. In line 20 Hill says crooked lawyers , because It s all about who has money which can help you or be against you in court. In addition, Hill says, The more money you pay... the further away solution (line 42). In this text Hill is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Biography of Booker T. Washington Booker T. Washington is a famous African American educator, author, civil rights activist, and philanthropist who is from Virginia (Wells). He is the man that promoted African American to rise above their status of trying to be equal with Caucasians by promoting education and economic self determination. Washington s life serves as an example of his philosophy or belief due to his experience of knowing where African Americans started after the Civil War, where they were headed, and resulted in changing their course to successful life. Booker T. (Taliaferro) Washington was born in Franklin County, Virginia on April 5, 1865. He was born an interracial baby to Jane Ferguson. He white father, who he never knew, was suspected to have lived on a nearby farm (Smock, 3). He was born a slave and was owned by the Burroughs family. The cabin that he was born was considered a rectangular box of 16 by 14 feet and served as kitchen where his mother cooked for his family and the Burroughs family. This cabin, known as Booker T. Washington National Monument, is still preserved can be visited and toured to day in Franklin County, Virginia. His childhood was not filled with play but rather labor (Smock, 18). As a young child, four or five, he would do little chores, including fetching items and operating a fan to keep the flies away from the food. As he grow older and stronger, he would be assigned various task such as taking corn to the mill, giving water to the men in the fields , cleaning, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Consumer Behavior [23] utilize previous research of traditional WOM that had any similarities with E WOM they develop the new construct into five utilities: 1. Focus related utility: the benefit a consumer receives from their contribution to a community, by adding value to the community through his or her contributions [23]. In a Web based opinion platform context, such contributions would include providing reviews and commentary on products and services of interest to other community members [23]. This utility is based on the assumption that adding value to the community is an important goal to the individual [23]. There are four motives that fall under this utility which are: concern for other consumers, helping the company, social benefits, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since negative consumer comments can influence the way a company and its image are perceived, public articulations may be used by consumer as an instrument of power [23]. 2. Consumption Utility: Consumption utility refers to consumers obtaining value through direct consumption of the contributions of other community constituents [23]. In a Web based opinion platform context or website context, consumption takes place when individuals read the product reviews and comments written by others, which also can motivate consumers to write comments [23]. Consumers may articulate a comment online describing their experiences with a product and request other consumers to submit problem solving information [23]. Writing and/or soliciting information on online consumer opinion platforms may allow the contributor to gain more specific and useful feedback than simply anonymously reading comments (i.e., lurking ) [23]. 3. Approval Utility: Approval utility is concerned with a consumer s satisfaction that comes when other constituents consume and approve of the constituent s own contributions [23]. The feedback can be either formal or informal [23]. Informal approval may come when another user either publicly praises one s contributions to the group or privately communicates to the individual regarding the usefulness of the information provided [23]. More ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Critical Analysis Of Street-Level Bureaucracy 1. Introduction I have been living in Norway in about three years and I have seen people, especially immigrants and asylum seekers complaining about the bureaucrats and bureaucratic procedure at the municipality level. When I was searching for the previous thesis and dissertations for the assignment, I came across the work of Alf Roger Djupvik. I immediately understood, it is going to broaden my understanding how policies are implemented at the municipality level and I decided to work on it without any hesitation. The essay is going to provide a critical analysis of the methodological framework of the research written by Alf Roger Djupvik. In the first section of the essay, the methodological part of the doctoral thesis of Djupvik (2012) entitled ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Street level bureaucracy is an organization theory that focuses on the front line workers of the welfare state and their relationships with their clients (Eriksen, 2001). According to Lipsky (1980), the street level bureaucrats are professionals and semi professionals, found in a variety of occupations. Street level bureaucracies are important because they decide what and in what form clients receive public services. This is linked to the fact that street level bureaucrats use administrative and professional methods of discretion in relation to vague public policies (Lipsky, 1980). According to the author, a major aspect of Lipsky s theory is the relationship between the conditions of work for street level bureaucrats and their development of coping strategies. The working conditions are characterized by a problematic resources situation, unclear goals and strained relationships with clients. In response, street level bureaucrats tend to develop coping strategies such as rationing of services and modifications of work and clients (Lipsky, 1980). The consequence of this is that the coping strategies shape the way the street level bureaucrats work with their clients and thus implement public ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Barbara Shaw Case Study Dr. Barbara Shaw heads the Center for Professional and Continuing Education at Pacific with the title of Associate Provost. Dr. Shaw leads15 employees divided into three small teams: Programs Development, Enrollment Registration, and Marketing Events. CPCE operates in a modern building about a three minute drive from the main campus, and the work environment and culture within the department can be categorized as teamwork oriented. There is a lot of emphasis on collaboration and camaraderie among staff members, which ultimately creates a thriving environment for all employees. A2. Describe at least three leadership practices of the primary leader Dr. Barbara Shaw has worked for the University of the Pacific for over 35 years. During ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. How The Beatles Changed The World Analysis On February 9th 1964, Beatle mania began. Over seventy million Americans tuned in to the Ed Sullivan Show to see the English musical group, The Beatles. The host of the show Ed Sullivan began to introduce the musical group but as soon as these moppy haired Englishmen joined the staged, Sullivan s last words were drowned out by the screams of the teenagers in the audience. The Beatles changed popular music of the time. They were one of the first rock an roll groups instead of a solo act and they led the British invasion. As stated in, How the Beatles Changed the World, Jonathon Gould wrote, The Beatles changed the way people listened to popular music and experienced it s role in theri lives. (Sandler 22) The group was compiled of four member; ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though the population surveyed is less than one hundred I believe the data presented gives great insight on the questioned asked. In statistical literacy, probability as well as mean, median, mode and more are discussed. With probability we learn how to make predictions that are pretty spot on. Probability is defined as the likelihood that a particular outcome or event will occur, as shown in A Particular Introduction to Statistics. So now lets take a look at the data using some statistical analysis concepts. First, lets determine the probability of receiving a correct answer or receiving a wrong answer. The possible outcomes is either a correct answer or a wrong answer. Therefore, the probability equals 1 (CA) over the total of possible outcomes which is 2 (CA and WA) and 1 (WA) over 2 ( CA and WA). Both answers give us 1/2 and since they are the only possibilities they equal 1. In identifying the middle or average of the set of data is known as central tendency. These measures include, mean, median, and mode. Central Tendencies can be used in this research to see what the average number of correct responses between the groups. First we put the data set in order form smallest to greatest. Than we divided by the total number of data sets. Which gives a mean value of 7. This shows that the average number of correct responses among age groups is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...