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Mahatma Gandhi
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Short Essay On Father Of Nation Mahatma Gandhi Short Essay On Father Of Nation Mahatma Gandhi
The Purity and Purification of Solids-Melting Point Essay
Introduction: The method for purifying solids is done by observing the melting point. This is
important because if there is an impure substance the melting point would be depression and the
melting range would be broader. By finding the melting point of a known substance one can then
observe an unknown substance s meltingpoint to see if the points are the same and try to figure out
the unknown.
Experimental Section: The first known substance we used was Biphenyl. 68 degrees Celsius is the
known melting point. We used the capillary method and observed the melting point using a Mel
temp device. The next substance whose melting point we observed was 90 % Naphthalene, 10 %
Biphenyl. In the last part of the experiment I observed the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Melting Point (Celsius)Melting Point Range (Celsius)
Trial One112.1102.1 112.1
Trial Two114.7106. 114.7
Trial Three114.4107.1 114.4
The next table shows the melting points of the mixtures made to determine the Unknown. Melting
Point (Celsius)Melting Point Range (Celsius)
Trial One: 2 Chloracetamide and Unknown E117.280.8 117.2
Trial Two: 2 Chloracetamide and Unknown E118.181.8 118.1
Trial One: Acetanilide and Unknown E115.1106.7 115.1
Trial Two: Acetanilide and Unknown E113.6102.0 113.6
Discussion: In part A the melting points I observed were similar to those of my classmates. During
the first trial the temperature was climbing quickly and the Biphenyl melted quickly. During the
next two trials the Mel temp was set at a lower setting and our melting point was closer to the
known melting point.
Conclusion: I have determined that Unknown E is Acetanilide. The melting point of the mixtures
was very close to the melting point of plain Unknown E. The 2 Chloracetamide and Unknown E s
mixture had to high of a melting point. Based on my results and observations I would conclude that
Unknown E is Acetanilide.
References:
Fessenden, Fessenden, and Feist. Organic Laboratory Techniques. 3rd Edition. Brooks/Cole.
Pacific Grove, CA. 2001. Pgs. 39 46.
Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1, CH
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Banning Fiction Books
The School board is no longer certain fiction belongs the curriculum. They are concerned that it
does not teach about real life. Fiction is imagination it s not real. Fiction books can be a good
thing and bad thing sometimes. I think they should banned fiction books because it does not
teach us anything important we do not learn anything from fiction books. The book I am
reading is called Always Running. The author s name is Luis J. Rodriguez. The book is about
Gang violence. The book includes drugs and gang violence and they lived in a bad
neighborhood. They lived in the East side of LA. The book I am reading is a nonfiction book is
more like what we should be reading in school because nonfiction you can relate to better. Fiction
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Child Observation Paper
Child Observation Paper:
In early April, I traveled to Wautoma, Wisconsin to observe a fourth grade student that attends
Parkside Middle School. I observed a nine year old male student during the first three hours of his
school day. Within these three hours he attended his daily classroom morning meeting, followed by
two electives; physical education and keyboarding. This seemed to be the less structured part of the
day and during this time he tended to act out and seek attention. Examples of this would be talking
out of turn during the share time in his morning meeting, refusing to stand and say the national
anthem, and continuously making different noises during the teachers lessons. After attending his
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Rather than being inspired by the work of Freud, Kohlberg s theory of moral development is a
cognitive developmental theory was inspired by Piaget s stages of cognitive development.
Kohlberg s theory is made up of three different levels; the preconventional level, the conventional
level, and the postconventional or principled level. The three levels are each broken up into two
separate stages. For the purpose of this observation, we will be mainly focusing on the
preconventional level and the conventional level of moral development. Kohlberg intended the
preconventional level to be focused toward infants and preschool children, however the students
behavior more closely related to this level than that of the conventional level which is aimed toward
his age range. The preconventional level is where children learn that their actions have
consequences. The first stage of this level is the punishment and obedience orientation stage,
children in this stage are focusing on the consequences of their actions rather than the logical thing
to do. The following stage is the instrumental purpose orientation stage, within this stage children
tend to believe that if they do someone a favor, that person should do a favor in return (Berk
Meyers,
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The Role Of Iago In Othello
But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve/ For daws to peck at: I am not what I am (Shakespeare,
Othello). Shakespeare has portrayed Iago in the play of Othello as a cruel character who intends
to destroy any person who believes has wronged him. Iago is a manipulative character showing
hatred especially to his superior. In the play, Iagois the destructive personage yet not all characters
have known about his plots, he has been the reason of the demolition of Othellowhom thinks
himself to be an outsider to Venice. Iago has been playing in a way or another the role of the Devil
in the play.
Iago is persistent by having a desire to cause pain to everybody. That is clear from the beginning of
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He has manipulated and controlled them in association with jealousy. In other words, he is
responsible for the deaths and misery of the characters. He is known to be an honest and trustful
man for many characters. Because of this impression, people around him have believed him and
have seen in him the one to guide them to the appropriate solution. But they were all mistaken.
Othello has believed Iago and has never comprehended his malicious intentions. He sees him as
a relief to his breakdown. In reality, Iago finds pleasure in seeing everybody facing despair and
pain. Having a great status in Venice, Othello feels strange and have doubts about his identity
due to the differences in race and religion revealed by Iago. He is the Devil of the play. He portrays
the worst of people s behaviors. His enjoyment in making people down makes him responsible of
the
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The Use Of Food And Beverage Advertising In Public Schools
The use of food and beverage advertising in schools greatly impacts the purchasing behavior of
youth. With the abundance of advertisements plastered around elementary, middle, and high
schools, students believe that the foods and beverages advertised in their schools are what should
be purchasing and consuming. Advertisements directed at children in schools are misleading.
Children think it s okay to eat these food and drink these beverages because they see the
advertisements in a place of learning, a place where they believe whatever is taught to them is
correct. During the Obama administration, food and beverage advertisingwas a controversial topic in
regards to First Lady, Michelle Obama. Food and beverage promotion can be found almost
everywhere on school grounds. Schools have food and beverage sponsors, like local restaurants
and beverage companies that advertise in the lunchroom and even scoreboards in high schools (
Michelle ). According to a study completed by the United States Department of Agriculture
(USDA), 93% of marketingin schools, or $149 million, is related to beverages, and many soda
companies already have started to transition their sales and advertising in schools from sugary
sodas and sports drinks to their own healthier products ( Michelle ). Most people encompass the
common misconception that most food marketing in schools are done through the lunch program;
rather, most of food and beverage marketing is completed through athletic booster
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To What Extent Is Lorca’s Use of Symbolism and Imagery in...
To what extent is Lorca s use of symbolism and imagery in The House of Bernarda Alba central to
the unfolding of his tragic tale?
When Federico Garcia Lorca talked about his new play, The House of Bernarda Alba, he said
that it was pure realism and did not have a drop of poetry in it, however if you look closely you
can see expressionism elements. The tragedy of the play has been emphasised by symbolism and
imagery to help the unfolding of his tragic tale by presenting the fears, the fact that They ve been
robbed of the capacity of hope and tensions of all the characters; showing the bleak ending for the
girls.
Lorca has used the symbol of heat in The House of Bernarda Alba to show the utter desperation for
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This symbolism is rather tragic in a way as everyone knows that white does not stay clean
forever. The colour white also emphasises the colour black which the family are forced to wear
by Bernarda: keep your mourning clothes on your backs . The symbolic use of black reminds
the audience of just how long Bernarda s daughters will have to endure the mourning of Antonio
Maria Benavides and how much it will affect them. On the other hand the traditional colour the
black stand for is death, and there is an abundance of that in this play. At the end of Act Two
there is a women who has had a bastard baby and Bernarda reacts in a horrible was Let any
woman who drags her honour in the dirt pay the price . This could foreshadow what is going to
happen to Adela as she has dragged her honour in the dirt . Also there is a question at weather she is
pregnant: clutching herself . This could show that Adela is pregnant and that she sympathises with
the women who is being tortured.
In a way Bernarda is sentencing these girls to life of solitude and unhappiness and Adela also
selfishly prolongs this by killing herself. The lack of colour and of personal opinions in this
house hold almost represents a type asylum, or as is suggested They appear as nuns, not as
eligible young women . This lack of colour makes Adela s lover for colour stand out even more.
When Adela presents
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Reflective Essay On Yoga
What is yoga to you? Most people would say it s a form of exercise, or maybe some would say it
will improve your flexibility. Well to Natalie Bell it s so much more than that. Natalie sees yoga as
a way of life, as a form of spirituality and becoming one with the body and mind, and of course it
keeps her flexible and in shape as well. I met Natalie through my mother she is her friend and yoga
instructor and a very interesting person who I wanted to learn more about. I was curious what
would interest someone in a life dedicated to yoga, and how exactly one becomes a yogi or
master of yoga and gets into teaching it. I learned that Natalie took a 500 hour course in the
Yoga Teacher Training program at the Therapeutic Approach Yoga Studio located in Halifax,
Nova Scotia. Here she learned the skills to be able to instruct a class and mastered a form of
yoga called Hatha Vinyasa. I learned interestingly enough that there is not one type of yoga but
actually around 20 different kinds of yoga you can learn. However I really wanted to learn why
she d be so interested in this and I found out that she is an avid traveller and during a trip to India
when she was younger she met yogi s and lots of hindupeople and learned a little bit about that
culture and it really interested her. So, when she returned home to Nova Scotia she started doing
yoga on her own and ended up eventually pursuing the 500 hour yoga teacher course and
completing it, Natalie is also a second degree black belt in
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Group Project Research Paper
This is going to be a group project. Most students dread hearing those words. I know that I groan
inside because I think group projects are awkward and slightly unfair. Considering that more and
more teachers are assigning group projects more often, I decided to look into the benefits of group
projects. After doing a simple Google search, I realized that students gain many skills and learn
important lessons when doing group projects.
Group projects can be extremely beneficial to students as they prepare to enter the world of work.
One of the most important skills it teaches young adults it to collaborate and work with others.
Often times, people are going to have to work with someone they may not like. Members of the
group may disagree and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Cathy Middlecamp, who writes on Teaching Stories, surveyed students on their thoughts about
group projects and observed that dictators ignore the opinions of others and piledrive their own
agenda while not allowing others to share their knowledge. Working in group projects is the
opportunity for these students to practice humility and listening skills. If you are a quieter
student, speak up and let this person know that they need to take it down a level. If you are being
the controller, take a step back and let someone else do the talking for a while. On the other side
of the coin are the students who slack off in a group project. They think that because there are
others in the group they do not have to do that much work. The less motivated students lean on the
kids who are working hard to get a good grade to get them through the class. Evidently there is
going to be disagreement about approaches and information. Some students are too stubborn to
accept an opposing viewpoint and refuse to compromise. Compromising is a skill everyone must
learn! When students are allowed to choose their own groups, the quieter students often get put into
whatever group needs an extra person. Just because the student is shy does not mean that they do
not have good ideas to contribute. Make sure that everyone
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Essay on support person-centred thinking and planning
1.1 Explain what person centred thinking is, and how it relates to person centred reviews and
person centred planning.
Person centred thinking is separating what is important to from, what is important for
The people they support and finding a balance between them, person centred planning reflects upon
a person s capacities, what is important to a person (now and for the future) and specifies the
support they require to make a valued contribution to their community. Services are delivered in the
context of the life a person chooses and not about slotting people into gaps .
1.2 Explain the benefits using person centred thinking with individuals.
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2 Family members and friends are full partners: Person Centred planning puts people in context of
their family and communities. The contributions that family and friends make are recognised and
valued and gives a forum for creatively negotiating conflicts about what is safe, possible or
desirable to improve a person s life.
3 Person centred planning reflects upon a person s capacities, what is important to a person (now
and for the future) and specifies the support they require to make a valued contribution to their
community. Services are delivered in the context of the life a person chooses and not about slotting
people into gaps .
4 Person centred planning builds a shared commitment to action that recognises a person s rights.
It is an on going process of working together to make changes that the person and those close to
them can agree will improve a person s quality of life.
5 Person centred planning leads to a continual process of listening, learning and action and helps
the person get what they want out of life. Learning from planning can not only inform individuals
but can affect service delivery as a whole and inform and inspire others to achieve greater things.
1.7 Describe examples of person centred thinking tools, their purpose, how and when each one
might be used. Examples in a work situation that
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San Diego And The San Andreas Fault System
The city has a mild year round climate with an average of 201 days above 70 degrees. A sign of
global warming is that the average surface temperature of the water has increased 3 degrees
since 1950. San Diego lies on approximately 200 deep canyons and hills, creating small pockets
of natural open space scattered throughout the city and giving it a mountainous geography. Due to
this scattered open space, it causes a significant change in climate over short geographical
distances. The San Diego River runs through the middle of San Diego while several reservoirs lie
between and also separate the developed areas. The city also runs through two fault zones, the Rose
Canyon and Point Loma faults, which are part of the San Andreas Fault system. It
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The Little Prince Literary Criticism
Three aspects are important while analyzing a text according to Psychoanalytical Criticism. These
are the author, characters and the reader. Psychoanalytic critics handle the text like analyzing the
author s own inner world as Ann B. Dobie stated her book Theory into Practice, An Introduction to
Literary Criticism: They see work as an expression of the writer s unconscious mind, an artifact that
can be used to psychoanalyze the writer, producing psycho biography. (2015, p. 62). Hence, it is
important to have background information about the writer s own life story in order to grasp the
reason of characters attitude in the text. Symbols, dreams and conflicts have a vital role for the
writer because they are the messengers to the reader who has been in communication with the text.
The reader is also important as s/he is going to get the messages and reach the repressed feelings of
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It exposes a clash between the viewpoint of children and the viewpoint of adults. We don t know
many things about the narrator except for his job, some childhood memories and also the story
of a little boy in Sahara Desert. In the very beginning of the book the narrator complains about
incomprehension of adults for his drawings and also their disrespect for his drawing hobby. He
draws a boa constrictor digesting an elephant but adults see just a picture of hat. It s an interesting
imagination for a six year old boy to draw a boa constrictor digesting an elephant. Here, we should
remember that all the paintings belong to the author himself. Hence, we can say that the idea of
drawing a boa constrictor emerges from Saint ExupГ©ry s own imagination. At this point, there is
an engrossing explanation by Marie Louise von Franz in her book The Problem of the Puer Aeternus
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Acadia National Park
Acadia is one of the most popular national parks in the country ( Interesting ). Acadia National
Park is located in Maine and is an island type because its location is on Mount Desert Island (
United ). Acadia is most popular for its landscape. The rocky shores, roaring surf, tree topped
peaks and secluded coves are a few of the elements that make Acadia so appealing. Acadia has
many activities to do while you are there. There aren t just activities for the spring, summer, and
fall but for the wintertime too! It is filled with outdoorsy fun and has an amazing one of a kind
view. The summer months are usually the busiest especially July and August because of the nice
weather and all of the warm weather activities are open ( United ). Acadia... Show more content on
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An entrance fee for a non commercial, private vehicle is $25 and for a non commercial
motorcycle it is $20 ( United ). The entrance fee per person without any car is $12 which
includes bicyclists, pedestrians, and hikers. Youth that are 15 and under are admitted without
any charge ( United ). All entrance fees last 7 days ( United ). There are so many activities that
you can do at Acadia National Park! You can go Bicycling, Swimming, Fishing, Birdwatching,
Hiking, Climbing, Leaf Peeping, Tidepooling, Horseback Riding, Boating, and you can also go
on Scenic Drives or enter the EarthCache Program ( United ). It s also a great place to plan a
wedding ( United )! In the wintertime, you can go Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing,
Snowmobiling, Winter Hiking, Ice Fishing, Winter camping, Dog Sledding, Skijoring, and you
can also go on Winter Scenic Drives ( United )! They also have a Junior Ranger Program where
kids of all ages get to learn about Acadia and do fun filled activities ( United ). Kids also get to
participate in ranger led programs and take the junior ranger pledge to receive an embroidered
patch along with a signed certificate (
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In Cold Blood And Truman Capote And In Cold Blood
In Cold Blood, a nonfictional narrative explores a different side of four brutal murders in hopes to
humanize the murderers while, on the other hand, the film, Capote, explores the creation of the
story as well as Truman Capote s relationships with the killers. Though the variants tell slightly
different stories, they converge on certain stylistic elements such as contrast. From the cheerful
shots of yellow, brightness, and loud ambiance, to somber, cold, framed shots of solemn feeling in
Capoteas well as substantial differences in the natures of the characters from In Cold Blood, both
use contrast to express the purpose of the pieces and uncover point of view. A recurring theme of
through Capote and In Cold Blood is the contrast of Perry s nature, which constructs a more
complex character with depth. Throughout the book, Perry displays two conflicting
personalities. A majority of the time Perry is insecure, submissive, and childlike. His
relationship with Dick highlights his insecurity and dependency, for example when he lies to
Dick about killing a man to seem more intimidating. Because of his childhood traumas Perry
often cries in his sleep, sucks his thumb, or even wets his bed, Perry could be such a kid, always
wetting his bed and crying in his sleep ( Dad, I been looking everywhere, where you been, Dad? ,
(Capote). This is touched on in the Capote movie when Truman Capotespoon feeds Perry baby food
because he is so weak. Another way both adaptations add to
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Purpose Statement For Diabetes
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
According to International Diabetes Federation, approximately 592 million people worldwide
would be suffering from diabetes by 2035 and this would be a major economic burden to the
society globally. Detail knowledge of normal physiological processes at cellular and molecular
level will give me a better understanding in dealing with pathological conditions in human body.
Insight of the structure and function of organelles, chemical composition of enzymes, hormones,
their interaction and expression in structural and functional unit of life can significantly help in
bringing down morbidity and mortality associated with metabolic disorders like diabetes and
various other diseases. Grown up in a family of medical professionals, the curiosity to explore
various life processes was not only acquired but also inherent. I want to take a leap forward of
what my parents and grandparents practice and Cell and Molecular Physiology or Immunology as
major will surely make me accomplish in achieving my aim of life.
As a small child, I had seen the agony of patients and limitations of medical profession in dealing
with various illnesses. I had innumerable queries which were beyond my capability to understand ...
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While working with Deepti Foundation and attending to children suffering from HIV, I came across
an orphan, emaciated child at AIDS rehabilitation centre. Fear, bigotry, anathema regarding AIDS
still prevail in our society resulting in infringement of fundamental human rights. Besides
medications, treatment and nutrition, sincere efforts should be made for rehabilitation of children
in society so that they live a dignified life. The morbidity and agony of the child, limitations of anti
retroviral therapy due to advanced stage of the disease and ostracism had significant influence on
me in choosing a career in life sciences and continue music and piano as my hobby and
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Child Throwing
Introduction
Throwing is probably the most common of the ballistic skills yet the most difficult to assess. As a
parent when teaching the child to throw, it is important to begin at a level that the child can
achieve and then slowly increase the level of difficulty, so that the child is stretched slightly
(taking steps backwards, or throwing for longer distance), each time but does not lose confidence in
achieving the task. Also, make sure while each step is completed give the child lots and lots of
praise and encouragement. With giving encouragement as a parent, the child looks up to you to give
them instruction therefore if the child does a skill correctly keep their confidence up in order for
them to move on to the next step in throwing. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Without learning the basic steps, it would be difficult to master the task. But with gender and
skill level varying in each child, being patient and boosting their confidence when they do it
correctly is equally important as correctly them when they make a mistake. What we don t see in
young adults as we do in children is fear. Many children are afraid to try new things. Throwing
the correct way is very important as a child because of the danger of overuse injuries rising all
over the world. Since overhead throwing is not a natural motion of the shoulder, it does cause
strain on the muscles. As a child, I couldn t get enough of sports, so for me to gain this kind of
knowledge through this class is interesting because I had no idea that breaking down the steps or
videotaping the action can breakdown the skill to see what the child is doing wrong in the motion.
The application to this information can help me raise my kids, it can help me train those who come
to me for help. Developing as an individual is a never ending process and that is what interests me
so much; the fact that we continuously grow throughout our
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Carol Ann Duffy Valentine
Examine the way Carol Ann Duffy presents relationships in Valentine . Refer to other poems about
relationships in your answer.
This essay will be exploring the use of language and imagery in the poem Valentine by Carol Ann
Duffy to emphasise certain emotions within the text. This poem refers to the dark side of love and
relationships several times, for example; Its fierce kiss will stay on your lips. This creates a
different atmosphere to the stereotypical love poems, which are known for their mention of red
roses and satin hearts. Although the title gives us an impression of a clichГ© filled poem, as we
continue reading, the poem seems like more of a warning than an encouragement to involve oneself
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The use of the detached word Lethal in the final stanza suggests that this is the core to the emotion
of love, and the surface to the surrounding layers is red roses and satin hearts.
We can compare Valentine to Sonnet 18 written by William Shakespeare and Sonnet 43 by
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Despite having to perhaps read more deeply into Sonnet 18 to
understand its purpose, we can see from the first line; Shall I compare thee to a summer s day?
that it is of a romantic genre. This line can also be linked to Romeo and Juliet perhaps suggesting
that Shakespeare has emotional attachments to the message he is attempting to articulate, as he
uses this motive in more than one of his pieces. Whilst the opening greets us with a warm
welcome and the perception that it will continue to express a contented vibe, a turning point of
But... is introduced. It then goes on to use immortality as a comparison to relationships, for
example; Nor shall Death brag thou wander st in his shade. This mention of demise can also be
associated with the plot of Romeo and Juliet supporting the point made earlier. Giving the
inanimate object of Death a capital letter is a use of personification that proposes the idea to the
reader that death is living, and it is always something to be feared.
Sonnet 43 also grabs the reader s attention with a question that is later answered. The use of the
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The Shame Of A Shame Based Culture
Brene Brown said this, We judge people in areas where we re vulnerable to shame, especially
picking folks who are doing worse than we re doing. If I feel good about my parenting, I have no
interest in judging other people s choices. If I feel good about my body, I don t go around
making fun of other people s weight or appearance. We re hard on each other because we re using
each other as a launching pad out of our own perceived deficiency.
I love the power in this quote of comparing how we love and accept people when we are
unashamed, versus when we are ashamed and feeling unworthy. The problem with living in a shame
based culture is it becomes increasingly normal, and therefore how shame affects our identity has
gone unrecognized and undefined in most of our lives. This is how Brene explains shame, Shame
is the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing we are flawed and therefore unworthy of
acceptance and belonging. Women often experience shame when they are entangled in a web of
layered, conflicting and competing social community expectations. Shame leaves women feeling
trapped, powerless and isolated.
We are not alone in feeling unworthy. Shame causes us to feel unlovable and damaged, yet Christ
is in the business of restoring dignity back to the human soul. You are not shaped by shame, you
are defined by God. A Christ based identity gives us the grace to like ourselves. Moreover, the
grace of our God given identity helps us not to despise or loathe our
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Religion In Japan
Our group separated the research on Japan into sections of history, current Religious Education
(RE) in schools, demographics, and government/current policies. There were two main religions
that surrounded Japan: Shinto and Buddhism. In addition, two other religions, Confucianism and
Christianity, also contributed a considerate amount to the RE in Japan. The four major time periods
involving RE in the history of Japanwere Pre Meiji, Meiji Restoration Period, wartime era, and post
WWII (Inoue 115). There were religious tensions during the Tokugawa shogunate era that which
have led up to the establishments of RE in Japan for RE did not come into place in Japan until the
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Shinto is the belief of kami, spirits, deities that exist as things in nature, such as trees or streams,
watching over the humans on Earth. To the Japanese, Shinto was not particularly a religion but
something that is part of their lives, like another part of the natural world, albeit a part of enormous
power (BBC: History 1). So, in a sense, religion actually came into Japan in the 6th century, when
Buddhism, founded by Prince Shotoku (571 622), was transmitted to Japan from China (Web Japan
2). After the birth of Buddhism into Japan, Shinto faiths and traditions took on Buddhist elements,
and later, Confucian ones (BBC: History 1). The Emperor Shomu (701 756) adopted Buddhism as
the official state religion and build a huge statute of Buddha to commemorate this occasion. Even
still, the coexistence of Buddhism and Shinto continued (Web Japan 2). Since Buddhism and Shinto
were the main beliefs in Japan, during the time in the 16th century, religious tensions with
Christianity grew when Christian missionaries tried to convert many of the Japanese (BBC:
History 2). Due to such actions of forced conversions, Christianity was seen as a threat in Japan
and in which made Buddhism and Shinto the dominant religions in the 17th century partly because
an anti Christian measure forced every Japanese person to register at a Buddhist temple and to pay
for the privilege of being a Buddhist (BBC: History
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Elizabeth Cady Argument Analysis
If Elizabeth Cady Stanton was alive today, she would be definitely pleased to see the
advancements of women s rights, however, she would not be completely satisfied and probably
disappointed to see that many of the issues she brought up during her time are still being dealt with
today. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was highly critical of the sexual double standard and the lack of
equal education for women. She believed that men should be placed at the same moral standard as
women and that women should be given the same opportunity in education as men. Remarkably,
women today have advanced far more in education than with the sexual double standard, however,
the sexual double standard has come to collide with women s education. Stanton saw that men...
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In the Declaration of Sentiments, Stanton writes, That the same amount of virtue, delicacy, and
refinement of behavior that is required of women in the social state, should also be required of
man... (DuBois and Dunmeil A 3). Note how Stanton does not state that women should be allowed
to be sexually free like men, instead she states that women should keep their high standards, but
men should be raised to that standard as well (DuBois 30). Therefore, men should be punished in
the same way as women are to be punished. In addition to leveling the plane on morality, Stanton
demands that women should have the right to be trailed by a jury of our own peers (DuBois
46). By allowing women to be part of the jury in criminal cases, specifically the cases involving
women and sex, more men would be held responsible for their actions. In the case of Abson, the
jury who found her guilty and let the black man go free was most likely a jury filled with men.
Stanton would argue that she was unfairly tried because according to her, men fails to do justice
to women in her best estate, and that she was not represented in the jury. In her 1854 address to
the Legislature of NewYotk, Stanton points out how no rank of men have ever been satisfied
with being tried by jurors higher or lower in the civil or political scale than themselves, that
slaveholders cannot make laws and execute laws for slaves, nor can nobleman do the same for
peasants, therefore she states that neither can man make and execute just laws for women
(DuBois 46). Consequently, if the moral standard were to be raised for men, then women will
have to be represented in the jury for criminal cases so men will be held
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Signage And Dementia
The quality of the environment has an influence on those with dementia, so good design can help
support a person with dementia. Good environment design comprises of the use of signage,
lighting, flooring, seating and navigation as identified in the Small changes can make a big
difference document. A popular restaurant on the beach front community of around 130, 000
thousand will be assessed in these design areas and how modifications can support a person with
dementia as supported by current research.
Signage is an effective environmental supportive cue to assist people with dementia. However there
is little known in current research about the impact of signage to help people with dementia. The
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Additionally Marquardt, Bueter, Motzek, (2014) high lightened homelike environment improves
eating and communication; Hence through changing the seating would lead to increased eating and
socialisation for the person
Navigation or wayfinding is to find ones way in the world. Beginning research suggests building
design can support a person with dementia navigate. The restaurant is located near the beach,
yacht club and a jetty that has been town since 1863 and full of people which would an aid a
person see it is a place for eating. These are visual cues that would help people find there way
especially if you have lived in the town for a while. Seeing and understanding it is a restaurant is
important (Pollock, Fuggle, 2013).
To navigate individuals needs the cognitive skill to process spatial information and sensory
information and the physical ability to move the spatial organisation and to perceive sensory
information. Through dementia these processes are reduced (Ing, 2011). So visual cues are a
optimistic intervention to help individuals find their way more easily. Research shows evidence
that individuals with AD have difficulty with wayfinding, yet can still learn their way if the
environment is supportive (Davis Weisbeck, 2016, O Malley,., Innes, Wiener,
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Another Canada Essay
When people think of Canada and then compare it to the United States of America, they always
tend to think it is similar. At least I did until I started this project. I always thought that Canada
was a clone or mirror of America, but I was wrong. About 99.75% of the Canadian people consider
ice as something that they use in a drink or something that is alwayson the road that needs salt. For
the rest of the
Canadians, ice is a major barrier of life. The ice can be used as a helpful thing to. It could be
crafted into a refrigerator. It could also be used as a racetrack for snowmobiles. Now how many
ice refrigerators do you find in America? I don t think the climate in America and support something
like that.
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As you can see America produces a lot more than Canada does. Canada s climate prevents them
from produces as much or having as much as a variety. Half of Canada s land is forest and
woodlands and the rest is non argiculterable.
When the area of Canada is 3,849,672 sq. mi., the country loses out on a lot of production without
that half. As for
America (3,732,396 sq. mi.), half is livestock ranching and the other half is mixed farming and
livestock. So the main production is livestock. The weather and climate provides a perfect
environment for the livestock. The GDP is $611 billion; $21,800 per capita, when America is
$6.379 trillion;
$24,700 per capita. The difference is immense. America is producing more while Canada is lacking
the capability that the US has. Another factor the helps or holds down the manufacturing is
precipitation. Canada receives about 20 to
40 inches a year. Which helps the growth of the main products, timber. The US has more of a
larger range of 10 to 120 inches. In the 10 inches area, sheep and citrus is grown. For Canada, the
20 inches area also produces sheep a long with cattle. The range of precipitation of America
contributes to the diversity of products. Comparing America to Canada is like looking at two
completely different cars, one car has better features while the other doesn t have much. Although
the two countries are located right next to each other, they aren t
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Examples Of Revenge In The Duchess Of Malfi
John Webster s The Duchess of Malfi can be viewed as a revenge tragedy. The Duchess was
murdered on the order of her two brothers, Cardinal and Ferdinand, because of her sexual
transgressions and her secret marriage with her subordinate household steward, Antonio, with
whom she had also borne two children. Through this play, Webster addresses many issues that
were highly prevalent in Jacobean age. This play is a concoction of issues like social mobility,
gender norms, revenge and also has violence in large proportions. We see that class status does not
protect the Duchess against men s violent acts. The murder of the Duchess is not really considered
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Men were supposed to be the powerful ones and women wee meant to do the household work
and bear children. The power and authority lied with the men while women were not given
importance in matters of authority. We see this when Ferdinand and Cardinal attempt to
regulate her behavior during their absence by forbidding her to remarry. However, some women
did have authority. This was the time of Queen Elizabeth who had ample power and had worked
hard to keep her reputation in a time when there was rising gender apprehensions. Such was the
case with the Duchess of Malfi as well. She was a woman with power and authority and wealth.
The Duchess was a woman of strength and did not have a fear of defying authority. Even after
her brothers had told her not to remarry, the Duchess went against their wishes and remarried that
also beneath her status. Her brothers see her defiance as not merely a challenge to their authority
but also an act that has hit them hard and made it imperative for them to teach her a lesson. The
society wanted to curb and control women mentality. In a time period when the mentality of the
people were to not let women have freedom to act as they like, was the Duchess, an all powerful,
economically and sexually independent women standing up for what she believed in. she appeared
as a threat to society. A threat who had to be controlled before other women saw her and began
defying openly. After
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Analysis Of Heidegger s Building Dwelling Thinking
After the destruction in Germany due to the World War 2, the struggle for survival and inhabitation
had been the most and immediate business for the people. The war caused the destruction of near
one fifth of the German houses between 1939 and 1945. In West Germany, there were required
almost two and a half million houses for the refugees and another million for younger families. It
was where the German philosopher Martin Heidegger s Freiburg and Black forest were located.
People shared accommodation there till they could find their own. Then arose the question of
termed as Wohnungsfrage that means Dwelling Question due to this housing crisis. In its response
Heidegger wrote his famous Building Dwelling Thinking .
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In his essay, Heidegger discusses the type of dwelling which is poetic in a sense. He then
questions further that are the dwellings poetic in a true sense if yes then are other dwellings
incompatible with the poetic ones? He further questions about the coexistence of the man s social
and historical life. For Heidegger, poetry is the things that let the man dwell and dwelling is
through building. He believes that art of building is very much similar to the art of poetry. The
way the verses in a poem depict a simple fact in a really creative way is same as that of the
technique of constructing a building and then making the building alive by dwelling in that
particular building. This philosophy of Heidegger is reflected in his architectural design sense that
he connects the building styles with human life. This poem tends to remove the misconceptions
that poems snatch away the realities of this world or poetry is mere fantasy but it s not like that.
Actually, poetry brings fantasy to life. Same as the opposing above and below and belonging to
each other; the writer sees different contrasting things as
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Flavus Preparation Lab Report
3.3.1 Aspergillus flavus Preparation
A. flavus was grown on Potato Agar Dextrose (PDA) media on Petri dishes at optimum growth
temperature of 25 to 30В°C for seven days. Before that, 39g of PDA was dissolve in 1 Litre of
distilled water and poured into half of the petri dish. There are 5 Petri dishes that are needed for
this fungi preparation. Then, the culture was maintained at 4В°C and subculture every 30 to 40
days. Then, the Petri dishes were sealed with paraffin film and kept in a box in order to make sure
the fungi grow perfectly. Noted that all the steps above are done in the laminar flow to avoid
contamination that might stunt the growth of A. flavus.
3.3.2 Spores Suspension Inoculum Preparation
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5mL of water sample was filtered and the filter paper was put into oven (MMM Medcenter
GmbH, Germany) operating at 100В°C for one hour. The last step before final weighing, the filter
paper was put back into desiccator about half an hour to normalize the temperature and the filter
paper was re weighed. Total solid suspended can be determined by using formula below:
Total Suspended Solid (mg/l)=((A B))/(sample volume,ml) Г—1000 (3)
Where,
A = weight of filter paper + dried residue, mg
B = weight of filter paper, mg
3.8.5 pH
Measurement of pH is one of the most important and always used test in water chemistry. For this
work, the pH was measured by using pH meter (Crison pH 25). For turbid water, the pH of water
samples are adjusted from 2 to 8 using 1M NaOH and 1M HCl. The initial turbidity of turbid water
used were 150, 100 and 50 NTU while the dosage used were 10, 30 and 50 v/v. The pH changes
before and after undergo Jar Test were
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The Doctor Of The Future
As Thomas Edison once said, the doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his
patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease (
Alternative Medicine Quotes ). This quote is gradually becoming a popular philosophy among
American citizens and holistic physicians who prefer alternative medicines to traditional medicines.
In short, this quote explains how the clinicians of the future will practice preventive medicine.
Physicians will instruct their patients on how to live an enhanced lifestyle, and also how to nurture
their bodies physically so that they can avoid illness and disease in the first place. The alternative
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Furthermore, many Americans distrust American drug companies, which seem as if they just aim
to overmedicate American citizens in order to gain dollars. Society would prefer more natural and
harmless remedies. A recent report concluded that 25 million Americans made an estimated 425
million visits to alternative care providers annually, which is more than the visits that were made to
primary care physicians ( Alternative Medicine ). This statistic alone showcases American citizen s
desire for alternative medicine care and treatment.
Americans are without question, the most heavily medicated people on the Earth. When most
Americans ponder about drug use in America, they immediately think of illegal drugs such as
marijuana or cocaine. However, pharmaceutical drugs are far more widely used than illicit drugs
are, and the use of such medications has skyrocketed over the past few decades (Thompson 12).
According to a 2006 study by Boston University, eighty two percent of American adults and more
than half of children take at least one medication (prescription or nonprescription drugs, vitamins, or
herbal supplements) every day (Thompson 7). However, the forces that shape these statistics are
highly controversial. The driving force is the pharmaceutical industry. With $291 billion in annual
sales, the pharmaceutical industry is the fastest growing and most profitable sector of the American
economy and spending on prescription drugs is the fastest
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NCAA March Madness
In monumental clashes for the ages, both collegiate men and women s NCAA March Madness
tournaments have provided countless matches, unprecedented athleticism, and glorious victories
paired with heartbreaking defeats. Yet despite their similar structures, the two tournaments have
attained vastly different levels of recognition in the United States. With men s basketball, thousands
of Americans tune in every year to watch the upsets and Final Four games, drooling over perennial
powerhouses such as Duke University, University of Kentucky, and University of Kansas and
unknown underdogs like Butler University, Wichita State University, and Virginia Commonwealth
University as they all compete in titanic battles. Everyone from retirees to collegestudents fill out
fantasy brackets yearly in volumes reaching millions, praying to have that lucky year where they
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Sociology professor Michael Messner of the University of Southern California explains that the
media actively constructs audiences that are likely to see the men s Final Four as a dramatic,
historic event that they simply must watch, while fans are likely to see the women s Final Four as
a nonevent or, at best, as just another game of the Men s Final Four (Messner). Messner
emphasizes the differences in language, attention, and emotion in media coverage as the sources of
different representations and viewership. Professor Messner is not the only expert to contend that
purposeful sexism and subtle contrast in media representation are the causes of the inequality in
coverage. Others assert that we need more women on television, in the news, and in front of our
young girls, arguing purposeful disinterest in gender equality is the reason for lack of viewership
in women s basketball
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The Gravitational Slingshot Essay
The Gravitational Slingshot
The gravitational slingshot is a way that scientists have truly harnessed the gravitational pull of a
planet by using it to launch satellites and other useful projectiles towards their desired locations.
This method was developed through the use of Newton s Laws of Gravity and Kepler s Laws of
Planetary Motion. When these ideas of gravity and the shape of a planet s orbit were brought
together piece by piece, this new theory changed how a projectile traveling through space could
simply cross an orbital pattern, which would in turn change the path of the moving object. The
change in the path accelerates the object at a higher rate and sends it speeding off in its proper
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Kepler established the Laws of Planetary Motion. The first Law states that the orbit of every
planet is an ellipse with the Sun at one of the two foci. The second law states that a line joining a
planet and the Sun sweeps out equal areas during equal intervals of time. And the final Law tells
that the square of the orbital period of a planet is directly proportional to the cube of the semi
major axis of its orbit. Kepler s Laws also come into play with the use of the gravitational
slingshot, because Kepler believed that the orbit that a planet takes around another body follows an
elliptical pattern, instead of traveling in a perfect circle. Of course each planet has a specific
elliptical orbit, just as humans have different fingerprints to identify them. Before launching their
equipment into space, each planet must have its pattern identified to ensure accurate results for the
launch. This knowledge helps scientists identify where the ellipses are in relation to the paths of
orbit so that they can launch satellites in the proper direct, at the proper time, with the proper
velocity. Combining both of these sets of theories together has lead the way to the effect we know
as the gravitational slingshot effect.
Today, the gravity assist effect is used extremely often by NASA and the Air Force. It is the most
fuel efficient, naturally occurring booster in
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Coral Reefs In Florida
Coral Reefs
In the United States, Florida is the only state that has coral reefs that form near the coast. It runs
along the east coast from Stuart, located in Martin County, to the Dry Tortugas which are located
in the Gulf of Mexico. Along the chain of the Florida Keys is where most of the living coral reefs
are also located in the Everglades. Coral reef development occurs only in areas with specific
environmental characteristics: a solid structure for attachment, relatively warm water temperatures,
clear waters low in phosphate and moderate wave action to disperse wastes and bring oxygen and
brings oxygen and plankton to the reef. (www.dep.state.fl.us)
Coral reefs play an essential part in the ecosystem. They support the biodiversity
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FDA Approval Process
FDA Approval Process It is commonly documented that every drugs and medical devices brings
some risk or side effects. As a matter of fact, every year roughly approximately 1 2 drugs and 6 8
medical devices are discontinued from the U.S. market because of safety issue. Nevertheless,
the FDA is charged with assessing the protection and value of medical devices and drugs
assessing the advantages versus danger of every merchandise. Nonetheless, the FDA
authorization procedures that are utilized for drugs and devices may vary extensively through
the CDER. For instances the drug expansion program, takes about anywhere from 8 to 10 years,
and starts with a few pre clinical studies that evaluate genetic and safety activity in a variety of
animal models. Most manufacturers have to propose to the FDA in advance what is called an
Investigational New Drug (IND) request to show outcomes of preclinical testing before it can be
tried on humans. Typically studies in humans are carried out in four parts, three of which must
take place earlier to the FDA s approval period. The first phase of the study is intended to set up
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The primary goal of Phase II of the study is comprised of patients with a specific disease and
what needs to be done to recognize the best dosage. The third phase of the process is set up to
look at effectiveness while reducing toxicity. These studies have generated an open data process
on the value and pigeonhole for most common short term critical effects. Phase III is based on the
huge, essential experiments that are regularly used for the FDA authorization of a drug. This phase
by and large consist of a huge sample size (hundreds to thousands of patients) are use to estimate
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The Pyramid Of Giza And The Pyramids
Although much research stays to be done in these zones, legend, prehistoric studies, arithmetic,
and earth sciences appear to show that the Great Pyramid was a fantastic gadget for get together,
enhancing, and centering a baffling vitality field for the profound advantage of individuals. We
don t know precisely how the pyramid and its principle chamber were utilized, and the geometric
structure of the pyramid has been quietly adjusted by the evacuation of the packaging stones and
the top stone (Ruggles, 2015). None the less, the Great Pyramid of the Giza level still radiates
incredible power as a transformational force place. It has done as such for uncounted a huge
number of years and appears to be bound to proceed for a long time to come.
The Pyramid of Giza is a generous antiquated structure on the planet and the most baffling (Ruggles,
2015). As per winning archeological hypothesis and there is truly no proof to affirm this thought
the three pyramids on the Giza level are funerary structures of three kings of the fourth dynasty.
The Great Pyramid has intrigued individuals for a large number of years, yet the more it is
examined, the more inquiries emerge (Bartlett, 2014). The standard hypothesis, which it was
fabricated as a tomb for Pharaoh Khufu around 2360 B.C., utilizing just copper apparatuses, wood,
rope and sweat, is still around, yet it is less and less ready to answer the inquiries new proof offers
ascend to. The new confirmation has offered ascent to various
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Multiprotocol Label Switching Essay
This paper will discuss one of the most popular and successful networking technologies in recent
memory. This technology is known as Multiprotocol Label Switching, or MPLS. Inspired by
Ipsilon Networks, developed by Cisco, and standardized by the IETF, this service has become a
dominant competitor. Independent think tank, Nemertes Research has estimated that nearly eighty
five percent of companies are already using MPLS today. Multiprotocol Label switchingworks at
layer 2 and is a new, alternative WAN service. Although it significantly differs from more traditional
WAN implementations, the creators were considerate of interoperability. Thus, MPLS is compatible
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MPLS encapsulated PDUs move through a WAN via Label Switched Paths (LSPs), which are
similar to Frame Relay s virtual circuits. PDUs with closely related paths are grouped into
Forwarding Equivalence classes (FECs). FECs are not synonymous with LSPs, as multiple FECs
often traverse the same LSP. Regular interior routing protocols are present on the WAN, but only
to spread topology data so that LSPs can be created. They are not involved in individual
forwarding decisions. Traffic engineering extensions can even be added to create backup LSPs and
provide QoS.
MPLS has many advantages over competitive services. It was originally developed as a faster
technique for moving data between LANs. Since only a single router has to fully inspect
incoming traffic, and all others are merely reacting to the conclusions of this original inspection,
speed is improved from the paradigm. However many advancements in hardware have somewhat
closed the gap on this difference. Nonetheless, MPLS remains a fair choice for those who wish to
optimize the speed of their network, and it has many things to offer beyond that original intent.
The Multiprotocol part of it s name is important in explaining many of these perks. What is meant
by multiprotocol is that it s compatible with any network layer protocol. And not only that, it s
also friendly with other WAN services such as Frame Relay and ATM. This means that any
existing legacy networks or variant adjacent WANs will play well
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Essay On Cvs Pharmacy
Convenience and health come together at CVS which is a nationwide convenience and
pharmacy store located on many street corners and busy intersections around America. Their
mission statement is a very simple and concise yet powerful one We will be the easiest
pharmacy retailer for customers to use. I chose this company because it occurred to me at one
doctor s visit that whenever they asked if I had a pharmacy near me, I always responded with
CVS. There are also many of it s competitors near in proximity but my mind always instinctually
responded with their business. The company s credo that is reflected on most of the brands pages
now is how they re reinventing pharmacy . The company has been making rapid advances in their
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Services provided include wellness checkups, physicals, smoking cessation, medical weight loss,
common vaccinations, treatment for minor illness and injuries including bronchitis, flu, strep
throat, bladder infections, minor burns and cuts, insect stings, and more. By providing this
service, CVS has poised itself to be a useful stop for non emergency health visits that customers
can seek out while waiting for their primary care physician appointments and freeing up
emergency rooms to handle more acute care needs. Costs are typically covered by insurance or
are less expensive than a traditional doctor visit for patients that don t have insurance. The latest
development for CVS was acquiring the nationwide network of Target store pharmacies. As of
December 2015, their network has grown to include 1,672 pharmacies across 47 states and will
operate them through a store within a store format, branded as CVS/pharmacy. Taking their reach
of well over 10,000 places where a consumer could find health access from prescription refills to
checkups to weight loss consultations and
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Flagstaff Persuasive Speech
Welcome to our first stop on this tour, NAU, also known as Northern Arizona University! Most
of you guys go to school here, but for those of you who come from somewhere else, here s a brief
geologic description of this area, the amazing city of Flagstaff. Flagstaff has many geologic
wonders and is found on the southern part of the Colorado Plateau. A small portion of Flagstaff s
northeastern rocks are sedimentary, like limestone, dolostone, quartzite, and shale, which were all
deposited in the Paleozoic Era. The north region of Flagstaff is mostly volcanic rocks, like basalt.
However, the west region of Flagstaff is mostly made up of limestone and again, basalt. Some of
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Our hike will start here, at the north rim of the Grand Canyon. We will go all the way to the
bottom of the canyon. But first, a description of this area. The Grand Canyon is one on the most
visited and studies sites for geologists on Earth. There are almost forty major sedimentary rock
layers exposed in the Grand Canyon. Some of these rocks layers are two hundred million years
old or two billion years old. Most of the sediment that makes up the rocks was deposited by
oceans and seas, which now, are long gone. We know this because there are many fossils and
and other records on large bodies of water in the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is found in
the Colorado Plateau. The Colorado Plateau is lifted almost two miles, or four and a fifth
kilometers. It started to lift up seventy five million years ago. This started a mountain building
period of time called the Laramide orogeny. During this period, the Rocky Mountains were created.
The main types of rocks found in the Grand Canyon are limestone, siltstone, shale, and sandstone.
Many of the layers are made up of limestone. Some examples of these are the Kaibab Limestone, the
Redwall Limestone the Temple Butte Limestone, and the Muav
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Erik Erison s Theory Of Developmental Stages
Erik Erikson s Theory of Developmental Stages
Erik Erikson was born to a Danish mother in Frankfurt, Germany in 1902. He was raised by his
biological mother and his stepfather. Erik Erikson grew up never knowing his biological father
and this perhaps this was the reason why he started to research psychological development
(Thomas, 2015). In the early 1900 s, Erik Erikson started to study theories on human behavior
such as the research of Id, Ego and Super Ego, which was Sigmund Freud s findings. Later on
Erik Erison would veer off of Freud s findings about biological instincts, and go on to research that
social interactions are what drives us (Thomas, 2015) into becoming mature adults with a sense of
accomplished identity.
Erikson found that each stage of development occurs and is a building block for the next stage of
development. Out of eight distinctly defined stages of development, five stages happen before the
age of 18. Erikson assumes that a crisis occurs at each stage of development
(Simplypsychology.org). If one stage of development is hindered, the next stage is likely to falter,
resulting in major difficulties later in life. Erikson emphasizes that much of the psychological
development in one s life occurs during adolescents, and that personality is greatly shaped through
the social experiences that occur during that time.
The first developmental stage of a person that Erikson identified was Trust vs. Mistrust (Myers
DeWall, 2014). This stage occurs from
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Theme Of Symbolism In The Awakening
The Awakening: The Symbols, the Characters, and the Journey Mythological criticism relies on
archetypes. Archetypes determine the form and function of literary works (Delahoyde).
Archetypes are the unknowable basic forms personified or concretized in recurring images,
symbols, or patterns (Delahoyde). By recognizing symbols and characters, we can understand
their journey and evaluate the meaning of The Awakening. Symbols throughout The Awakening
play an important role in the novel. One recurring symbol is water. Water can be seen as
purification or corruption. In this book, I believe water represents purification. As we learn at
the beginning of the book, Edna, the main character, can t swim. As the book progresses, Edna
becomes more intrigued by the water. Edna then decides to baptize herself in the water. Baptism
can be seen as rebirth because you are purifying yourself from sin. Edna makes references to how
she wasted her time in the water just splashing around, similar to a baby. Babies are born pure,
free from evil, and naked. At the end of the book, Edna is naked and chooses to drown herself.
This is a good example of purification because it is almost as if she were trying to free herself
from sin by ending her life, rather than living in a place where she knows she will continue to sin.
Zartman 2 Another important symbol in this book are the birds. The birds represent the freedom
Edna wants to have for herself, but never gets while she s alive. Both are trapped,
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Persuasive Essay On Parents
There are many forms of parenting and as a parent myself, I am faced daily with decisions
regarding my children. It s my beliefs and decision that should affect how I chose to parent them.
However, in today s society how much slack are we as parents really given? We are sometimes
forced into making parental decisions solely based on state laws and regulations. Parents are being
held legally responsible for declining medical decisions regarding their children. Parentare also
being intimidated by medical professionals for choosing not to vaccinate their children. Judges are
ruling against legally fit parents for seeking second options. Parents should not be fighting the court
system for medical rights. Nor should parents feel bullied by the government system. They should
have the right to choose how they parent. There are many different parentingstyles, who gets to
dictate which is right? Not every family is the same, so why should the government be allowed to
decide these rights and responsibilities. No two families share the same beliefs and religions.
Parenting should not be a one size fits all. Parents should have the right to make medical and
educational decisions for their children without government interference unless there is proof of
neglect or abuse, because parents ultimately have their children best interest at heart. From the
moment your child is born, they are immediately given a series of routine test, ointments, vaccines
that unless its optional by the state you have no say in. Texas law requires health care providers
apply antibiotic eye ointment to all newborns within two hours of birth. Antibiotic eye ointment is
routinely been given to newborns. It s used to prevent neonatal conjunctivitis and complications
such as blindness that can be contracted through the birth canal of untreated gonorrhea or
chlamydia mothers. Refusing to comply is a Class B misdemeanor. Like any treatment, it comes
with side effects. These can be minimal but can cause redness, itching, stinging, or burning of the
eye after applying the eye ointments to newborns. (Erythromycin Ophthalmic) Some may argue the
risk of side effects is worth not having a newborn with serious complications like blindness. It s a
valid
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Jonas Experiences In The Giver
Jonas has had a variety of interesting experiences throughout the book. The Giver by Lois Lowry
is about Jonas and he goes through many changes in his life with some help from the Giver. Jonas
experiences develop a theme over the course of The Giver by teaching the reader for every action
there is a consequence. Although some readers may believe that there will not be a consequence,
Jonasexperiences show that there are good and bad consequences for everything you do.
There are consequences for every choice you make. It states in The Giver, He remembered the
cheerful voice calling out l want my smack the other threes including Jonas laughed nervously.
Snack they corrected you meant snack... The discipline wand came down across Ashers
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Osteoporosis Research Paper
Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bones are most likely to break. You can get Osteoporosis, as
you increase in age and from injury. Osteoporosis is mainly caused from having low bone mass.
The signs from Osteoporosis is very sneaky as a result of,, it has no vital signs at all. However, you
can contract Osteoporosisby falling or any other harmful injury. Poor bonestructure can be
involved with Osteoporosis. With Osteoporosis, you will not function the same as you would
have with everyday life. Bones and joints are most likely to agonized and bones are most likely
going to able break more frequently. If you know you have been diagnosed with Osteoporosis, you
need to be extra careful. Your bones are twice as fragile than someone
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First Generation Sequencing ( Ngs ) Technologies
Advances in next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have offered new and practical
approaches for crop breeding; 1) whole genome resequencing (WGR), 2) genotyping by
sequencing (GBS), 3) genome wide association studies (GWAS), and 4) genome editing
technologies (GET). The cost and time for sequencing and genotyping have continuously and
dramatically decreased by the developments of diverse high throughput platforms. The extensive
production and active utilization of genomic resources including genomics tools and resources
for crop breeding programs created a new term, genomics assisted breeding (GAB) (Varshney et
al. 2005). The landscape of soybean breeding programs has been accelerated along with advance in
the genomic era. Advances in NGS technologies have taken the implementation of SNPs for
genomic and genetic studies and NGS has become a turning point for next generation breeding
programs due to its reduced sequencing cost (Kim et al. 2016).
Whole genome resequencing (WGR)
Resequencing of elite cultivars, landraces, and wild genotypes based on the Williams 82 reference
genome sequence (Schmutz et al. 2010) has become an important tool to study allelic variation,
domestication events, allele diversification at candidate gene loci (Chung et al. 2014; Kim et al.
2010; Lam et al. 2011). As a good example of WGR approach for nematode resistance in soybean,
Xu et al. (2013) identified two RKN candidate genes in 29.7 kb interval through the resequencing of
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Being a Vegetarian
Being a Vegetarian
Animals are my friends and I don t eat my friends.
George Bernard Shaw
Vegetarianism used to be an unusual lifestyle choice. Today it is becoming more common and
accepted by mainstream society. While there are many reasons for choosing a vegetarian diet, the
most important are health reasons, environmental and economic reasons, and, above all, ethical
reasons.
Health reasons alone are sufficient grounds for becoming a vegetarian. Research has shown that we
do not require meat in our diets and that it is actually healthier to avoid meat. Meat is high in
saturated fats which are known to cause clogged arteries Cultures that consume less meat than
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Economically, vegetarianism also has surprising advantages. Meat is inefficient because the
energy we can get from meat is only a small fraction of the energy found in the plants used to
feed the animals. If more people turned to a vegetarian diet, a lot more food would be available
for the world s population. In fact, if we all adopted a vegetarian diet, there would be no hunger in
the world.
Most importantly, we should be vegetarian for ethical reasons. Many people have ethical
problems with the killing of animals for food, especially because this killing is not absolutely
necessary. But even many of those who never think about this killing would feel compassion for
animals if they were faced with killing these animals themselves. Besides the cruelty involved in
the death of animals, there is even more cruelty involved in their lives. In our factory farms
chickens never see the light day, have there beaks cut off, and are forced to eat food containing
their own excrement. Baby cows that are destined to become veal are forced to spend their whole
lives chained to stables so small that the animals cannot turn around. In order to make their meat
tender they are feed a low iron diet. This artificial diet leads to joint problems, which cause the
animals to be in constant agony. Such cruelty is not justifiable, and by becoming a vegetarian each
individual can make a small difference.
The health, economic and
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Pokemon Hunting Research Paper
Pokemon hunting Me, my girlfriend and her friends when pokemon hunting, this is where i was
the kc plaza in the summer time. So she said everybody me up in the library, for the hunt and so
we did, and oh boy she was surprised to see me though, but everyone was there and min as soon
we got out there we saw pokemon on your phone (pokemon go app that where u catch them all in
your phone and that started in july) and try to catch them, but some there was none. So we move
on and into the plaza in a hot summer and still searching for pokemon then we stop in the shade
or in building to take a break, and also if find pokemon, then we catch them but not only that we
catch pokemon we also like the tour of the plaza which is nice the plaza have the
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Mr Keating Conformity
1. Define and explain conformity as you see it play out in the film. Give a few examples.
Conformity was present multiple times throughout the film. Not only did I observe it, but it was
also defined by Mr. Keating during class time. Conformity is when one or a few people are
influenced by a majority of other individuals to follow suit, hence not being themselves or
expressing any creativity. Conformity is negative because it causing an individual to not express
their opinions/beliefs and it is a non individualized way of living. The obvious example from the
filmwas when Mr. Keating explained conformity and how all the boys were walking at different
paces and then it eventually became synchronized. Also, some of the boys began clapping along
which then in turn resulted in all of the other boys clapping too. Another example is at the end...
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Mr. Keating stresses the importance of carpe diem within the very first class. He has a unique
way of addressing this topic through showing them the pictures of the older individuals in the
showcases in the hallway and how they once were in the same position of feeling invincible. The
importance of this saying is that it is a constant reminder to make the most of our lifetime
because someday we are all going to die. We cannot keep waiting to do great things in the future,
but instead we need to be determined and take advantage of the now instead of the future. As Mr.
Keating said, we need to make our lives extraordinary. This cannot happen if we do not live each
day to it s fullest. Carpe diem made an impact on all of the boys which was noticeable throughout
the movie. Two examples are, Neil trying out for the play and Knox calling the girl he likes.
Whenever the boys needed motivation or wanted to do something scary, they shouted carpe diem
which truly helped them seize their
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Bobcat Population Research Paper
Hunting and Trapping Bobcats in New Hampshire
In 2010 the University of New Hampshire did a study and estimated about 1400 bobcats in the
state of New Hampshire. Since 2007 the population has been growing by approximately ten
percent each year (NH Fish and Game). As they breed the population will continue to increase and
this could cause problems. This could increase diseases and property damage. In order to control
New Hampshire s bobcat population fifty hunting and trapping permits should be issued. Bobcat
hunting and trapping was first restricted in 1989 when the bobcat population went down. The
decline was blamed on overharvesting, but it was actually because of the weather patterns. The
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They can find out the age of the animal, take tissue samples to find out if they have diseases and
they can find out how big they are to make predictions about winter. Hunters are asked where they
hunt, so the Fish and Game can see what the hunters are seeing. They can find out if the hunters are
violating the
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Hedging Currency Risk at Aifs
Summary
AIFS is an American based company that offers travel abroad and exchange study services to both
college and high school students. While AIFS s revenues are denominated in American Dollars
(USD), most of their costs are in foreign currencies as Euros (EUR) and British Pounds (GBP).
Consequently, foreign exchange hedging has a crucial importance for the company because it
provides protection against different types of risk that derive from its activity.
In order to reduce risk, the company is using two hedging derivatives: forward contracts and put
options to sell dollars. The aim of the paper is to determine an appropriate hedging policy which
answers two main questions: how much to hedge, and in what proportions of forwards ... Show
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Then, we took into consideration only a fluctuation of the exchange rate. The scenarios that we
analyzed covers different positions of the dollar against the euro: weak dollar (USD 1,48/EUR),
stable dollar (USD 1,22/EUR) and strong dollar (USD 1,01/EUR). Different coverage of costs with
hedging was also introduced in the analysis. The three main policies are of not hedging, 100%
hedging with forward contracts and 100% hedging with options.
All the future computations are in comparison with the impact zero scenario of a rate of USD
1,22/EUR and a volume of 25 000 sales. (Exhibit 2)
If the company chooses not to hedge the costs, and the dollar weakens against the euro reaching a
rate of USD 1,48/EUR, then it will encounter losses of $6,500,000 (Exhibit 1). On the other hand,
if the dollar strengthens to the level of USD 1,01/EUR, then the company will register a gain of
$5,250,000. (Exhibit 3)
But, even though the possibility of winning exists, the company is exposed to a greater risk if it
does not hedge. Moreover, the policy of the company is to ensure against the risk, not to speculate
on the foreign exchange market.
Exhibit 7 from the case study describes the currency development in medium term of the GBP and
EURO against the dollar. We can observe that the currencies are exposed to high volatility, which
means the company may register greater risk
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Weather Associated On Weather Conditions
Generally to predict the future weather information we have to use the past weather reports. Todays
weather may not exactly match with weather of the same day in the privous year. The probability
that the weather condition of the day in consideration will match the same day in previous year is
very less. But the probability that it will match within the span of adjacent fortnight of previous
year is very high.So we can take the adjacent fortnights weather report into consideration to predict
the current day weather. To predict the future s weather condition, the variation in the conditions in
past years must be utilized. There are various approaches available in weather forecasting, from
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Artificial neural network was combined with the genetic algorithm to get the more optimized
prediction . An improved technique that uses artificial neural network with photovoltaic system
was proposed by Isa et al.that utilizes perceptron model with Levenberg Marquardt algorithm.
Apart from neural network Fuzzy logic has also been being used in weather prediction models.
The rainfall was classified into three fuzzy sets which can be predicted by making use of simple
fuzzy rules . Also a fuzzy self regression model was proposed by Lu Feng and Xu xiao Guang
which makes use of the form of self related sequence number according to observed number. The
self related coefficients were computed by making use of Fuzzy Logic . A combined approach of
neural network with Fuzzy Logic is being proposed for the weather prediction system. The work
has applied principle component analysis technique to the fuzzy data by making use of
Autoassociative neural networks.
But the main problem with the methods discussed above is most of they don t provide any
mathematicalrelationship between different parameters. Data not been being mathematically
described and analyzed. But a mathematical model that could represent the relationship among
previous data that could be used for prediction is still desired. A new sliding window approach for
the same is being proposed in this text for weather prediction.
History of Weather Forecasting:
Weather forecasting is the application of science and
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Reign Of Terror DBQ
Long ago, people used to be persecuted and executed for having their own personal beliefs, this
period of time was known as the Reign of Terror. The Reign of Terror began after the execution
of Louis XVI on January 21, 1793, lasting almost 2 years. It was a period during the French
Revolution where waves of executions arose to those who were enemies of the state. This occurred
due to revolutionaries attempting to form a new government based on the freedom for citizens. In
order to achieve this, they went through extreme measures to reach their goal and were responsible
for the death of thousands. The Reign of Terrorwas not justified because it took away people s
natural rights, put many restrictions upon them, and caused the death of thousands.... Show more
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For example, in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens on Document A it states, The
aim of all [government]... is the preservation of the natural... rights of man. These are liberty,
property, security, and resistance to oppression. This means that the main motive of all government
is conserving and protecting the natural rights of man. However, in Document B it states, Law of
Suspects passed which limited rights of the accused. During the Reign of Terror, government
officials arrested and executed for speaking against the government without trial. This violated the
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens because within this document it stated that man has
the right to resist against oppression from the government. This evidence proves that the
revolutionary government of the Reign of Terror gave limited rights to individuals who weren t in
their favor, and didn t have the same motives as
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The Hitchhikers Guild Of The Galaxy
The Hitchhikers Guild to The Galaxy follows Arthur Dent, an earthling, paired with his alien
friend Ford Prefect. The two manages to escape the earth before it is demolished to build an
intergalactic freeway and set upon their journey. Hitching a ride on a Vogon spaceship the two start
their adventure. Unfortunately, the Vogons don t like hitchhikers, so Arthur and Ford get thrown
out of the spaceship to die in the cold void of interstellar space, where not even Starbucks exists.
Meanwhile, Ford s semi cousin Zaphod Beeblebroxand his human companion Trillian steal the
Heart of Gold spaceship, which has an amazing engine that can do all sorts of improbable things,
such as get through LA without dealing with traffic. Also on the spaceship... Show more content on
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Where both films suggest that the Hero s act upon their own freewill; true freewill does not exist
but is a synthesis constructed by the ego of their companion character. This creates justifications
for any crime or action taken by the Hero characters as they act in the name of justice and believe
they are acting freely.
Both the Hitchhikers Guild to The Galaxy and The Matrix has Myth Criticism complexes in nature.
They follow a hero that must fulfill a quest to discover himself and woo a female interest. In either
case the universality of their stories are evident as they are conflicted by the same dilemmas.
Carl Jung suggests that regardless of culture or historical period a part of the human mind
contains a collective unconscious shared by all members of the human species, a sort of
universal, primal memory. Myth Criticism considers this within its teachings by explaining that
all stories follow a universal trend called the Hero Cycle. Within this cycle the hero of the story
follows each of the steps to fulfilling his/her task. Along with the Hero Cycle, Myth Criticism
explains there are archetypes found in each piece of literature or art that are universal in nature.
Overall, it is found that the Myth Criticism base is used frequently as we as humans find solace in
the comforts of the Cycle, as it is familiar to us. In The Hitchhikers Guild to The Galaxy, the Hero
is portrayed as Arthur Dent. He is set into this role at the
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Mass Media In The Media
Mass media is a large part of what the population consumes and identifies with; the fact that so
much of life is influenced by the media is unhealthy especially considering how some of its
messages are inherently sinister, and reach a worldwide audience. It has the ability to progress
or devolve a society of people with the imagery it chooses to display. In the documentary, Miss
Representation by Siebel Newsom, the point is raised The media is selling young people the idea
that girls and women s value lies in their youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in their capacity as
leaders. Boys learn that their success is tied to dominance, power, and aggression. We must value
people as whole humanbeings, not gendered stereotypes (2011, Siebel Newsom). Infantilization,
hypersexualization and dehumanization/objectification of women are epidemics that spread
throughout the media to a point where it is rare, and jarring, to see a womanrepresented without
those things. To contrast, men are often portrayed as powerful and/or of a high status. They are
allowed to age and given permission to be given genuinely human traits and characteristics. This
can severely impact the mindsets and behaviours of the individuals who consume these images.
When young women and girls are subjected to these images hundreds of times a day for years,
side effects include low self esteem, eating disorders, and self objectification.
Planned Parenthood, our product , is an organization that is a health
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Roaring Twenties Essay
The Roaring Twenties
The decade of 1920 1929 was a time of great change, reform, improvement, adjustment and alteration
of everything Americans had come to rely on. In other words everything changed. Not one part of
common life was unaffected. Exciting new events happened in sports, entertainment, science,
politics, communication and transportation. It was the age of prohibition, it was the age of
prosperity, and it was the age of downfall. The twenties were the age of everything. It has been
called the decade of enjoyment, employment, and for some, disappointment.
The 20 s were a decade to remember and it had an impact on the people living through it. During
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Jazz was popular for its spontaneity and flare, and it soon captured the new record industry. By
1924, there were more than 2.5 million radios in American households. In 1920 the
Westinghouse Company launched the first radio station, KDKA in Pittsburgh. KDKA mostly
broadcast news reports and talk shows until 1921, when the first musical radio program was
aired. Sound movies were first seen in the 1920 s. The sound was not on the film, but on
synchronized phonograph records, it became very popular and the first full length talkie , The
Jazz Singer , was released. In 1928, a 27 year old Walt Disney introduced his first animated
cartoon. The lead character, Mickey Mouse would later go on to star in the first animated cartoon
to use sound, Steamboat Willie . George Eastman demonstrated the first color motion picture and in
1929 the first Academy awards were held.
In Politics, Calvin Coolidge was re elected president in 1924 and J. Edgar Hoover was appointed to
head up the Federal Bureau of Investigation the same year. I n 1928 Republican Herbert Hoover
was elected president.
History was made in science when Howard Carter assisted Lord Carnarvon in the opening of the
tomb of King Tutankhamen or King Tut in Egypt. With improved medicines came increased life
spans. The Bureau of Public Health determined the average life expectancy for an American in
1920 was 54 years, up from 49 in 1901. Albert Einstein came to the US in 1921 to lecture at
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Tribulations Of The Self (sociology) Essay
What constitutes the tribulations of the self in contemporary society, according to Anthony
Giddens? Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer.This essay will seek an explanation of what
constitutes the tribulations of the self according to Anthony Giddens (1991). In the first part of this
paper, I discuss some central ways language has been viewed focusing the review on social
constructivist writings as well as those stemming from the study of human development.
In the second part of this paper, I discuss data that leads to the reconsideration of aspects of the
language selfhood interface. I conclude by suggesting some future avenues of research.First the
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This would cause anxiety and result in the withdrawal from certain experiences/ activities to
maintain the ontology.
The latter describing the sequestration of experience.One of the main threats to this is the notion of
globalisation and everyone being caught up in it. Losing a sense of place and identity due to the
change in lifestyle and other aspects feel beyond our control. This involves exposure to crisis
situations. Giddens (1991, p 184) says that: a quot;crisis quot; exists whenever activities concerned
with important goals in life of an individual or a collectivity suddenly appear inadequate. Crises in
this sense become a quot;normal quot; part of life, but by definition can not be routinised Giddens
(1991, p 184) states that it is the crisis prone nature of late modernity that is causing may of the
tribulations of the self and this creates a general uneasiness.
As a result many will withdraw from society in order to preserve ontological security and contain
some of the forms of anxiety (Giddens, 1991). Giddens (1991) finds a close link between the
sequestration of experience, trust and the search for intimacy. He argues that trust vested in abstract
systems that help with day to day security is not as valid as trust vested in persons, and that the
latter provides the moral satisfaction. This leads us into Giddens analysis of the pure relationship
and the
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Literature Review On Media Violence
PSY 4111 Literature Review. E. Langslow
Trends across research suggest exposure to media violence positively correlates with subsequent
violent behaviour
In this era of internet connectivity, access to an array of violent media stimuli is readily available.
Scientific exploration of the effects of such exposure on real world violent behaviour carries
potential ramifications for the safety of global communities. Media violence is understood here as
stimuli that includes depictions of violence or calls to violent action and includes image, video,
television and gaming. Violent behavior is defined as behavior causing emotional or physical harm
expressed verbally or physically. Whilst there remains no causal proof for the... Show more content
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The Bobo doll study found that children were more likely to imitate violent behaviour they
witnessed in a film if they perceived the behaviour would generate positive outcomes (Bandura,
Ross, Ross, 1963). Later findings across three decades of cognitive research on the effects of
learning and priming concluded thoughts are connected by similar association, with media stimuli
cognitively relating to memories and responses to trigger violent schemata retrieval in real world
situations (Berkowitz, 1984; Bushman Geen, 1990; L Rowell Huesmann Eron, 2013). Findings in
two general aggression model (GAM) studies that complement cognitive frameworks, both
monitored increases in physical arousal as potential determinants for short term violent behavior.
Again, positive correlations were found following exposure to media violence.(Bushman Anderson,
2001; Thomas, Horton, Lippincott, Drabman, 1977). Environmental factors
A range of studies assert that causes of violent behavior are complex at the level of environmental
influence and compare other learning, modelling and disinhibiting factors. This is an area where
opposition to the hypothesis is more common. Two longitudinal studies assessing levels of violence
pre and post the introduction of television found a positive correlation, however
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In-Depth Analysis Of The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby has been viewed as a standout masterpiece of American
writing since it was published in the 1920s. The novel has been distinctly consecrated in American
culture where it remains applicable and regularly read over ninety years after publication. Why it
is still relevant turns out to be clear when reading the novel. Fitzgerald tells a moderately contained
and straightforward story by using an elaborate style and concerning different distinctive topics. In
addition, it lets plenty of space for alternative views and speculations about some elements of the
novel. This essay will focus on a in depth analysis of Nick Carraway, with the intention of
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Nick travels to New York from West Egg with Tom Buchanan, stopping on the way to pick up
Myrtle, Tom s secret affair. They then head to an apartment where they, together with Myrtles
sister and the married couple, the McKees, have a party. Nick comments that at this afternoon it
was the second time in his life that he had been drunk and that everything therefore had a dim,
hazy cast over it (27 32). At this party Nick meets the photographer Mr. McKee, which is a
important scene for characterizing Nick s sexuality. Nick describes McKee as a pale, feminine
man (32) and it can be assumed that there is some sort of attraction between the two men, because
of events that will follow. Nick and McKee end up leaving the party together, something Maggie
Gordon Froehlich says clearly (if subtly) suggests a pickup (215). The pair drunkenly stumble into
the elevator where they start making vague plans about going to lunch (39). At first sight, the
confused vagueness could be seen as a representation of their intoxication, but it could also be
argued that when looking closely, their talk about their plans to get lunch (when asked where,
McKee answers anywhere [39]) is subliminal homoerotic intended (because they are not planning
lunch at all, but rather planning to do something else). Whether or not the offer is salacious, the non
specificity is suggestive an leads questions
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Case Study Of Bukidnon Coffee
Chapter 1
The Problem
Introduction
Bukidnon is a place located at the heart of Mindanao. On the one hand, it is a place that offers a
quiet place to rest and reckon among locals and visitors. On the other hand, Bukidnon also has
delicacies that encourages locals, tourists and the like to patronize because of its distinct taste, smell
and its affordability. For instance, Binaki is a delicacy in Bukidnon that is made out of maize
which is perfect for merienda. It can be found in the market or along the highway. This is
considered to be an originally homemade dessert. Although this product is found in other places,
but still binaki from Bukidnon is different. Furthermore, the monk s coffee is also a product that
can only be found in the Monastery of the Transfiguration in Malaybalay, Bukidnon. This coffee
is known internationally for its distinct aroma and taste. It is believed that this coffee has been
prayed for by monks for many hours which make it so especial. Lastly, piГ±asitas is a finely baked
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Our understanding of taste and flavor has exploded with revelations of the myriad and complex
ways that food messes with our consciousness and of all the ways that our biases filter the taste
experience. Deliciousness is both ingrained and learned, both personal and universal. It is a
product of all five senses (hearing included) interacting in unexpected ways, those sensory signals
subject to gross revision by that clump of nerve tissue we call the brain. These cells have chemical
receptors attuned to the five basic tastes bitter, sweet, sour, salt and umami. These five tastes are
enough to help determine if the thing we just put into our mouth should go any farther if it s sweet
or savory and thus a probable source of nutrients or if it s bitter and potentially poisonous. Yet they
can t get close to communicating the complexity of the flavors that we
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  • 5. The Role Of Iago In Othello But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve/ For daws to peck at: I am not what I am (Shakespeare, Othello). Shakespeare has portrayed Iago in the play of Othello as a cruel character who intends to destroy any person who believes has wronged him. Iago is a manipulative character showing hatred especially to his superior. In the play, Iagois the destructive personage yet not all characters have known about his plots, he has been the reason of the demolition of Othellowhom thinks himself to be an outsider to Venice. Iago has been playing in a way or another the role of the Devil in the play. Iago is persistent by having a desire to cause pain to everybody. That is clear from the beginning of the play where he has first shown hostility ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He has manipulated and controlled them in association with jealousy. In other words, he is responsible for the deaths and misery of the characters. He is known to be an honest and trustful man for many characters. Because of this impression, people around him have believed him and have seen in him the one to guide them to the appropriate solution. But they were all mistaken. Othello has believed Iago and has never comprehended his malicious intentions. He sees him as a relief to his breakdown. In reality, Iago finds pleasure in seeing everybody facing despair and pain. Having a great status in Venice, Othello feels strange and have doubts about his identity due to the differences in race and religion revealed by Iago. He is the Devil of the play. He portrays the worst of people s behaviors. His enjoyment in making people down makes him responsible of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. The Use Of Food And Beverage Advertising In Public Schools The use of food and beverage advertising in schools greatly impacts the purchasing behavior of youth. With the abundance of advertisements plastered around elementary, middle, and high schools, students believe that the foods and beverages advertised in their schools are what should be purchasing and consuming. Advertisements directed at children in schools are misleading. Children think it s okay to eat these food and drink these beverages because they see the advertisements in a place of learning, a place where they believe whatever is taught to them is correct. During the Obama administration, food and beverage advertisingwas a controversial topic in regards to First Lady, Michelle Obama. Food and beverage promotion can be found almost everywhere on school grounds. Schools have food and beverage sponsors, like local restaurants and beverage companies that advertise in the lunchroom and even scoreboards in high schools ( Michelle ). According to a study completed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 93% of marketingin schools, or $149 million, is related to beverages, and many soda companies already have started to transition their sales and advertising in schools from sugary sodas and sports drinks to their own healthier products ( Michelle ). Most people encompass the common misconception that most food marketing in schools are done through the lunch program; rather, most of food and beverage marketing is completed through athletic booster ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. To What Extent Is Lorca’s Use of Symbolism and Imagery in... To what extent is Lorca s use of symbolism and imagery in The House of Bernarda Alba central to the unfolding of his tragic tale? When Federico Garcia Lorca talked about his new play, The House of Bernarda Alba, he said that it was pure realism and did not have a drop of poetry in it, however if you look closely you can see expressionism elements. The tragedy of the play has been emphasised by symbolism and imagery to help the unfolding of his tragic tale by presenting the fears, the fact that They ve been robbed of the capacity of hope and tensions of all the characters; showing the bleak ending for the girls. Lorca has used the symbol of heat in The House of Bernarda Alba to show the utter desperation for passion and male attention: ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This symbolism is rather tragic in a way as everyone knows that white does not stay clean forever. The colour white also emphasises the colour black which the family are forced to wear by Bernarda: keep your mourning clothes on your backs . The symbolic use of black reminds the audience of just how long Bernarda s daughters will have to endure the mourning of Antonio Maria Benavides and how much it will affect them. On the other hand the traditional colour the black stand for is death, and there is an abundance of that in this play. At the end of Act Two there is a women who has had a bastard baby and Bernarda reacts in a horrible was Let any woman who drags her honour in the dirt pay the price . This could foreshadow what is going to happen to Adela as she has dragged her honour in the dirt . Also there is a question at weather she is pregnant: clutching herself . This could show that Adela is pregnant and that she sympathises with the women who is being tortured. In a way Bernarda is sentencing these girls to life of solitude and unhappiness and Adela also selfishly prolongs this by killing herself. The lack of colour and of personal opinions in this house hold almost represents a type asylum, or as is suggested They appear as nuns, not as eligible young women . This lack of colour makes Adela s lover for colour stand out even more. When Adela presents ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Reflective Essay On Yoga What is yoga to you? Most people would say it s a form of exercise, or maybe some would say it will improve your flexibility. Well to Natalie Bell it s so much more than that. Natalie sees yoga as a way of life, as a form of spirituality and becoming one with the body and mind, and of course it keeps her flexible and in shape as well. I met Natalie through my mother she is her friend and yoga instructor and a very interesting person who I wanted to learn more about. I was curious what would interest someone in a life dedicated to yoga, and how exactly one becomes a yogi or master of yoga and gets into teaching it. I learned that Natalie took a 500 hour course in the Yoga Teacher Training program at the Therapeutic Approach Yoga Studio located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Here she learned the skills to be able to instruct a class and mastered a form of yoga called Hatha Vinyasa. I learned interestingly enough that there is not one type of yoga but actually around 20 different kinds of yoga you can learn. However I really wanted to learn why she d be so interested in this and I found out that she is an avid traveller and during a trip to India when she was younger she met yogi s and lots of hindupeople and learned a little bit about that culture and it really interested her. So, when she returned home to Nova Scotia she started doing yoga on her own and ended up eventually pursuing the 500 hour yoga teacher course and completing it, Natalie is also a second degree black belt in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Group Project Research Paper This is going to be a group project. Most students dread hearing those words. I know that I groan inside because I think group projects are awkward and slightly unfair. Considering that more and more teachers are assigning group projects more often, I decided to look into the benefits of group projects. After doing a simple Google search, I realized that students gain many skills and learn important lessons when doing group projects. Group projects can be extremely beneficial to students as they prepare to enter the world of work. One of the most important skills it teaches young adults it to collaborate and work with others. Often times, people are going to have to work with someone they may not like. Members of the group may disagree and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Cathy Middlecamp, who writes on Teaching Stories, surveyed students on their thoughts about group projects and observed that dictators ignore the opinions of others and piledrive their own agenda while not allowing others to share their knowledge. Working in group projects is the opportunity for these students to practice humility and listening skills. If you are a quieter student, speak up and let this person know that they need to take it down a level. If you are being the controller, take a step back and let someone else do the talking for a while. On the other side of the coin are the students who slack off in a group project. They think that because there are others in the group they do not have to do that much work. The less motivated students lean on the kids who are working hard to get a good grade to get them through the class. Evidently there is going to be disagreement about approaches and information. Some students are too stubborn to accept an opposing viewpoint and refuse to compromise. Compromising is a skill everyone must learn! When students are allowed to choose their own groups, the quieter students often get put into whatever group needs an extra person. Just because the student is shy does not mean that they do not have good ideas to contribute. Make sure that everyone ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Essay on support person-centred thinking and planning 1.1 Explain what person centred thinking is, and how it relates to person centred reviews and person centred planning. Person centred thinking is separating what is important to from, what is important for The people they support and finding a balance between them, person centred planning reflects upon a person s capacities, what is important to a person (now and for the future) and specifies the support they require to make a valued contribution to their community. Services are delivered in the context of the life a person chooses and not about slotting people into gaps . 1.2 Explain the benefits using person centred thinking with individuals. It describes what is important to the person what matters to them, from their ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2 Family members and friends are full partners: Person Centred planning puts people in context of their family and communities. The contributions that family and friends make are recognised and valued and gives a forum for creatively negotiating conflicts about what is safe, possible or desirable to improve a person s life. 3 Person centred planning reflects upon a person s capacities, what is important to a person (now and for the future) and specifies the support they require to make a valued contribution to their community. Services are delivered in the context of the life a person chooses and not about slotting people into gaps . 4 Person centred planning builds a shared commitment to action that recognises a person s rights. It is an on going process of working together to make changes that the person and those close to them can agree will improve a person s quality of life. 5 Person centred planning leads to a continual process of listening, learning and action and helps the person get what they want out of life. Learning from planning can not only inform individuals but can affect service delivery as a whole and inform and inspire others to achieve greater things. 1.7 Describe examples of person centred thinking tools, their purpose, how and when each one might be used. Examples in a work situation that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. San Diego And The San Andreas Fault System The city has a mild year round climate with an average of 201 days above 70 degrees. A sign of global warming is that the average surface temperature of the water has increased 3 degrees since 1950. San Diego lies on approximately 200 deep canyons and hills, creating small pockets of natural open space scattered throughout the city and giving it a mountainous geography. Due to this scattered open space, it causes a significant change in climate over short geographical distances. The San Diego River runs through the middle of San Diego while several reservoirs lie between and also separate the developed areas. The city also runs through two fault zones, the Rose Canyon and Point Loma faults, which are part of the San Andreas Fault system. It ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The Little Prince Literary Criticism Three aspects are important while analyzing a text according to Psychoanalytical Criticism. These are the author, characters and the reader. Psychoanalytic critics handle the text like analyzing the author s own inner world as Ann B. Dobie stated her book Theory into Practice, An Introduction to Literary Criticism: They see work as an expression of the writer s unconscious mind, an artifact that can be used to psychoanalyze the writer, producing psycho biography. (2015, p. 62). Hence, it is important to have background information about the writer s own life story in order to grasp the reason of characters attitude in the text. Symbols, dreams and conflicts have a vital role for the writer because they are the messengers to the reader who has been in communication with the text. The reader is also important as s/he is going to get the messages and reach the repressed feelings of the author. In this respect analyzing a text... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It exposes a clash between the viewpoint of children and the viewpoint of adults. We don t know many things about the narrator except for his job, some childhood memories and also the story of a little boy in Sahara Desert. In the very beginning of the book the narrator complains about incomprehension of adults for his drawings and also their disrespect for his drawing hobby. He draws a boa constrictor digesting an elephant but adults see just a picture of hat. It s an interesting imagination for a six year old boy to draw a boa constrictor digesting an elephant. Here, we should remember that all the paintings belong to the author himself. Hence, we can say that the idea of drawing a boa constrictor emerges from Saint ExupГ©ry s own imagination. At this point, there is an engrossing explanation by Marie Louise von Franz in her book The Problem of the Puer Aeternus ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Acadia National Park Acadia is one of the most popular national parks in the country ( Interesting ). Acadia National Park is located in Maine and is an island type because its location is on Mount Desert Island ( United ). Acadia is most popular for its landscape. The rocky shores, roaring surf, tree topped peaks and secluded coves are a few of the elements that make Acadia so appealing. Acadia has many activities to do while you are there. There aren t just activities for the spring, summer, and fall but for the wintertime too! It is filled with outdoorsy fun and has an amazing one of a kind view. The summer months are usually the busiest especially July and August because of the nice weather and all of the warm weather activities are open ( United ). Acadia... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An entrance fee for a non commercial, private vehicle is $25 and for a non commercial motorcycle it is $20 ( United ). The entrance fee per person without any car is $12 which includes bicyclists, pedestrians, and hikers. Youth that are 15 and under are admitted without any charge ( United ). All entrance fees last 7 days ( United ). There are so many activities that you can do at Acadia National Park! You can go Bicycling, Swimming, Fishing, Birdwatching, Hiking, Climbing, Leaf Peeping, Tidepooling, Horseback Riding, Boating, and you can also go on Scenic Drives or enter the EarthCache Program ( United ). It s also a great place to plan a wedding ( United )! In the wintertime, you can go Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Winter Hiking, Ice Fishing, Winter camping, Dog Sledding, Skijoring, and you can also go on Winter Scenic Drives ( United )! They also have a Junior Ranger Program where kids of all ages get to learn about Acadia and do fun filled activities ( United ). Kids also get to participate in ranger led programs and take the junior ranger pledge to receive an embroidered patch along with a signed certificate ( ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. In Cold Blood And Truman Capote And In Cold Blood In Cold Blood, a nonfictional narrative explores a different side of four brutal murders in hopes to humanize the murderers while, on the other hand, the film, Capote, explores the creation of the story as well as Truman Capote s relationships with the killers. Though the variants tell slightly different stories, they converge on certain stylistic elements such as contrast. From the cheerful shots of yellow, brightness, and loud ambiance, to somber, cold, framed shots of solemn feeling in Capoteas well as substantial differences in the natures of the characters from In Cold Blood, both use contrast to express the purpose of the pieces and uncover point of view. A recurring theme of through Capote and In Cold Blood is the contrast of Perry s nature, which constructs a more complex character with depth. Throughout the book, Perry displays two conflicting personalities. A majority of the time Perry is insecure, submissive, and childlike. His relationship with Dick highlights his insecurity and dependency, for example when he lies to Dick about killing a man to seem more intimidating. Because of his childhood traumas Perry often cries in his sleep, sucks his thumb, or even wets his bed, Perry could be such a kid, always wetting his bed and crying in his sleep ( Dad, I been looking everywhere, where you been, Dad? , (Capote). This is touched on in the Capote movie when Truman Capotespoon feeds Perry baby food because he is so weak. Another way both adaptations add to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Purpose Statement For Diabetes STATEMENT OF PURPOSE According to International Diabetes Federation, approximately 592 million people worldwide would be suffering from diabetes by 2035 and this would be a major economic burden to the society globally. Detail knowledge of normal physiological processes at cellular and molecular level will give me a better understanding in dealing with pathological conditions in human body. Insight of the structure and function of organelles, chemical composition of enzymes, hormones, their interaction and expression in structural and functional unit of life can significantly help in bringing down morbidity and mortality associated with metabolic disorders like diabetes and various other diseases. Grown up in a family of medical professionals, the curiosity to explore various life processes was not only acquired but also inherent. I want to take a leap forward of what my parents and grandparents practice and Cell and Molecular Physiology or Immunology as major will surely make me accomplish in achieving my aim of life. As a small child, I had seen the agony of patients and limitations of medical profession in dealing with various illnesses. I had innumerable queries which were beyond my capability to understand ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While working with Deepti Foundation and attending to children suffering from HIV, I came across an orphan, emaciated child at AIDS rehabilitation centre. Fear, bigotry, anathema regarding AIDS still prevail in our society resulting in infringement of fundamental human rights. Besides medications, treatment and nutrition, sincere efforts should be made for rehabilitation of children in society so that they live a dignified life. The morbidity and agony of the child, limitations of anti retroviral therapy due to advanced stage of the disease and ostracism had significant influence on me in choosing a career in life sciences and continue music and piano as my hobby and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Child Throwing Introduction Throwing is probably the most common of the ballistic skills yet the most difficult to assess. As a parent when teaching the child to throw, it is important to begin at a level that the child can achieve and then slowly increase the level of difficulty, so that the child is stretched slightly (taking steps backwards, or throwing for longer distance), each time but does not lose confidence in achieving the task. Also, make sure while each step is completed give the child lots and lots of praise and encouragement. With giving encouragement as a parent, the child looks up to you to give them instruction therefore if the child does a skill correctly keep their confidence up in order for them to move on to the next step in throwing. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Without learning the basic steps, it would be difficult to master the task. But with gender and skill level varying in each child, being patient and boosting their confidence when they do it correctly is equally important as correctly them when they make a mistake. What we don t see in young adults as we do in children is fear. Many children are afraid to try new things. Throwing the correct way is very important as a child because of the danger of overuse injuries rising all over the world. Since overhead throwing is not a natural motion of the shoulder, it does cause strain on the muscles. As a child, I couldn t get enough of sports, so for me to gain this kind of knowledge through this class is interesting because I had no idea that breaking down the steps or videotaping the action can breakdown the skill to see what the child is doing wrong in the motion. The application to this information can help me raise my kids, it can help me train those who come to me for help. Developing as an individual is a never ending process and that is what interests me so much; the fact that we continuously grow throughout our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Carol Ann Duffy Valentine Examine the way Carol Ann Duffy presents relationships in Valentine . Refer to other poems about relationships in your answer. This essay will be exploring the use of language and imagery in the poem Valentine by Carol Ann Duffy to emphasise certain emotions within the text. This poem refers to the dark side of love and relationships several times, for example; Its fierce kiss will stay on your lips. This creates a different atmosphere to the stereotypical love poems, which are known for their mention of red roses and satin hearts. Although the title gives us an impression of a clichГ© filled poem, as we continue reading, the poem seems like more of a warning than an encouragement to involve oneself in relationships and commitment, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The use of the detached word Lethal in the final stanza suggests that this is the core to the emotion of love, and the surface to the surrounding layers is red roses and satin hearts. We can compare Valentine to Sonnet 18 written by William Shakespeare and Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Despite having to perhaps read more deeply into Sonnet 18 to understand its purpose, we can see from the first line; Shall I compare thee to a summer s day? that it is of a romantic genre. This line can also be linked to Romeo and Juliet perhaps suggesting that Shakespeare has emotional attachments to the message he is attempting to articulate, as he uses this motive in more than one of his pieces. Whilst the opening greets us with a warm welcome and the perception that it will continue to express a contented vibe, a turning point of But... is introduced. It then goes on to use immortality as a comparison to relationships, for example; Nor shall Death brag thou wander st in his shade. This mention of demise can also be associated with the plot of Romeo and Juliet supporting the point made earlier. Giving the inanimate object of Death a capital letter is a use of personification that proposes the idea to the reader that death is living, and it is always something to be feared. Sonnet 43 also grabs the reader s attention with a question that is later answered. The use of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Shame Of A Shame Based Culture Brene Brown said this, We judge people in areas where we re vulnerable to shame, especially picking folks who are doing worse than we re doing. If I feel good about my parenting, I have no interest in judging other people s choices. If I feel good about my body, I don t go around making fun of other people s weight or appearance. We re hard on each other because we re using each other as a launching pad out of our own perceived deficiency. I love the power in this quote of comparing how we love and accept people when we are unashamed, versus when we are ashamed and feeling unworthy. The problem with living in a shame based culture is it becomes increasingly normal, and therefore how shame affects our identity has gone unrecognized and undefined in most of our lives. This is how Brene explains shame, Shame is the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing we are flawed and therefore unworthy of acceptance and belonging. Women often experience shame when they are entangled in a web of layered, conflicting and competing social community expectations. Shame leaves women feeling trapped, powerless and isolated. We are not alone in feeling unworthy. Shame causes us to feel unlovable and damaged, yet Christ is in the business of restoring dignity back to the human soul. You are not shaped by shame, you are defined by God. A Christ based identity gives us the grace to like ourselves. Moreover, the grace of our God given identity helps us not to despise or loathe our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Religion In Japan Our group separated the research on Japan into sections of history, current Religious Education (RE) in schools, demographics, and government/current policies. There were two main religions that surrounded Japan: Shinto and Buddhism. In addition, two other religions, Confucianism and Christianity, also contributed a considerate amount to the RE in Japan. The four major time periods involving RE in the history of Japanwere Pre Meiji, Meiji Restoration Period, wartime era, and post WWII (Inoue 115). There were religious tensions during the Tokugawa shogunate era that which have led up to the establishments of RE in Japan for RE did not come into place in Japan until the late 19th centuries until the shogunate gave way to the Meiji Restoration,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Shinto is the belief of kami, spirits, deities that exist as things in nature, such as trees or streams, watching over the humans on Earth. To the Japanese, Shinto was not particularly a religion but something that is part of their lives, like another part of the natural world, albeit a part of enormous power (BBC: History 1). So, in a sense, religion actually came into Japan in the 6th century, when Buddhism, founded by Prince Shotoku (571 622), was transmitted to Japan from China (Web Japan 2). After the birth of Buddhism into Japan, Shinto faiths and traditions took on Buddhist elements, and later, Confucian ones (BBC: History 1). The Emperor Shomu (701 756) adopted Buddhism as the official state religion and build a huge statute of Buddha to commemorate this occasion. Even still, the coexistence of Buddhism and Shinto continued (Web Japan 2). Since Buddhism and Shinto were the main beliefs in Japan, during the time in the 16th century, religious tensions with Christianity grew when Christian missionaries tried to convert many of the Japanese (BBC: History 2). Due to such actions of forced conversions, Christianity was seen as a threat in Japan and in which made Buddhism and Shinto the dominant religions in the 17th century partly because an anti Christian measure forced every Japanese person to register at a Buddhist temple and to pay for the privilege of being a Buddhist (BBC: History ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Elizabeth Cady Argument Analysis If Elizabeth Cady Stanton was alive today, she would be definitely pleased to see the advancements of women s rights, however, she would not be completely satisfied and probably disappointed to see that many of the issues she brought up during her time are still being dealt with today. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was highly critical of the sexual double standard and the lack of equal education for women. She believed that men should be placed at the same moral standard as women and that women should be given the same opportunity in education as men. Remarkably, women today have advanced far more in education than with the sexual double standard, however, the sexual double standard has come to collide with women s education. Stanton saw that men... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the Declaration of Sentiments, Stanton writes, That the same amount of virtue, delicacy, and refinement of behavior that is required of women in the social state, should also be required of man... (DuBois and Dunmeil A 3). Note how Stanton does not state that women should be allowed to be sexually free like men, instead she states that women should keep their high standards, but men should be raised to that standard as well (DuBois 30). Therefore, men should be punished in the same way as women are to be punished. In addition to leveling the plane on morality, Stanton demands that women should have the right to be trailed by a jury of our own peers (DuBois 46). By allowing women to be part of the jury in criminal cases, specifically the cases involving women and sex, more men would be held responsible for their actions. In the case of Abson, the jury who found her guilty and let the black man go free was most likely a jury filled with men. Stanton would argue that she was unfairly tried because according to her, men fails to do justice to women in her best estate, and that she was not represented in the jury. In her 1854 address to the Legislature of NewYotk, Stanton points out how no rank of men have ever been satisfied with being tried by jurors higher or lower in the civil or political scale than themselves, that slaveholders cannot make laws and execute laws for slaves, nor can nobleman do the same for peasants, therefore she states that neither can man make and execute just laws for women (DuBois 46). Consequently, if the moral standard were to be raised for men, then women will have to be represented in the jury for criminal cases so men will be held ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Signage And Dementia The quality of the environment has an influence on those with dementia, so good design can help support a person with dementia. Good environment design comprises of the use of signage, lighting, flooring, seating and navigation as identified in the Small changes can make a big difference document. A popular restaurant on the beach front community of around 130, 000 thousand will be assessed in these design areas and how modifications can support a person with dementia as supported by current research. Signage is an effective environmental supportive cue to assist people with dementia. However there is little known in current research about the impact of signage to help people with dementia. The restaurant inspected had one sign; four metes ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Additionally Marquardt, Bueter, Motzek, (2014) high lightened homelike environment improves eating and communication; Hence through changing the seating would lead to increased eating and socialisation for the person Navigation or wayfinding is to find ones way in the world. Beginning research suggests building design can support a person with dementia navigate. The restaurant is located near the beach, yacht club and a jetty that has been town since 1863 and full of people which would an aid a person see it is a place for eating. These are visual cues that would help people find there way especially if you have lived in the town for a while. Seeing and understanding it is a restaurant is important (Pollock, Fuggle, 2013). To navigate individuals needs the cognitive skill to process spatial information and sensory information and the physical ability to move the spatial organisation and to perceive sensory information. Through dementia these processes are reduced (Ing, 2011). So visual cues are a optimistic intervention to help individuals find their way more easily. Research shows evidence that individuals with AD have difficulty with wayfinding, yet can still learn their way if the environment is supportive (Davis Weisbeck, 2016, O Malley,., Innes, Wiener, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Another Canada Essay When people think of Canada and then compare it to the United States of America, they always tend to think it is similar. At least I did until I started this project. I always thought that Canada was a clone or mirror of America, but I was wrong. About 99.75% of the Canadian people consider ice as something that they use in a drink or something that is alwayson the road that needs salt. For the rest of the Canadians, ice is a major barrier of life. The ice can be used as a helpful thing to. It could be crafted into a refrigerator. It could also be used as a racetrack for snowmobiles. Now how many ice refrigerators do you find in America? I don t think the climate in America and support something like that. Eighty percent of Canada is in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As you can see America produces a lot more than Canada does. Canada s climate prevents them from produces as much or having as much as a variety. Half of Canada s land is forest and woodlands and the rest is non argiculterable. When the area of Canada is 3,849,672 sq. mi., the country loses out on a lot of production without that half. As for America (3,732,396 sq. mi.), half is livestock ranching and the other half is mixed farming and livestock. So the main production is livestock. The weather and climate provides a perfect environment for the livestock. The GDP is $611 billion; $21,800 per capita, when America is $6.379 trillion; $24,700 per capita. The difference is immense. America is producing more while Canada is lacking the capability that the US has. Another factor the helps or holds down the manufacturing is precipitation. Canada receives about 20 to 40 inches a year. Which helps the growth of the main products, timber. The US has more of a larger range of 10 to 120 inches. In the 10 inches area, sheep and citrus is grown. For Canada, the 20 inches area also produces sheep a long with cattle. The range of precipitation of America contributes to the diversity of products. Comparing America to Canada is like looking at two completely different cars, one car has better features while the other doesn t have much. Although the two countries are located right next to each other, they aren t ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Examples Of Revenge In The Duchess Of Malfi John Webster s The Duchess of Malfi can be viewed as a revenge tragedy. The Duchess was murdered on the order of her two brothers, Cardinal and Ferdinand, because of her sexual transgressions and her secret marriage with her subordinate household steward, Antonio, with whom she had also borne two children. Through this play, Webster addresses many issues that were highly prevalent in Jacobean age. This play is a concoction of issues like social mobility, gender norms, revenge and also has violence in large proportions. We see that class status does not protect the Duchess against men s violent acts. The murder of the Duchess is not really considered a murder by the brothers but an act that is done to protect their familyname in the society... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Men were supposed to be the powerful ones and women wee meant to do the household work and bear children. The power and authority lied with the men while women were not given importance in matters of authority. We see this when Ferdinand and Cardinal attempt to regulate her behavior during their absence by forbidding her to remarry. However, some women did have authority. This was the time of Queen Elizabeth who had ample power and had worked hard to keep her reputation in a time when there was rising gender apprehensions. Such was the case with the Duchess of Malfi as well. She was a woman with power and authority and wealth. The Duchess was a woman of strength and did not have a fear of defying authority. Even after her brothers had told her not to remarry, the Duchess went against their wishes and remarried that also beneath her status. Her brothers see her defiance as not merely a challenge to their authority but also an act that has hit them hard and made it imperative for them to teach her a lesson. The society wanted to curb and control women mentality. In a time period when the mentality of the people were to not let women have freedom to act as they like, was the Duchess, an all powerful, economically and sexually independent women standing up for what she believed in. she appeared as a threat to society. A threat who had to be controlled before other women saw her and began defying openly. After ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Analysis Of Heidegger s Building Dwelling Thinking After the destruction in Germany due to the World War 2, the struggle for survival and inhabitation had been the most and immediate business for the people. The war caused the destruction of near one fifth of the German houses between 1939 and 1945. In West Germany, there were required almost two and a half million houses for the refugees and another million for younger families. It was where the German philosopher Martin Heidegger s Freiburg and Black forest were located. People shared accommodation there till they could find their own. Then arose the question of termed as Wohnungsfrage that means Dwelling Question due to this housing crisis. In its response Heidegger wrote his famous Building Dwelling Thinking . Building Dwelling Thinking ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In his essay, Heidegger discusses the type of dwelling which is poetic in a sense. He then questions further that are the dwellings poetic in a true sense if yes then are other dwellings incompatible with the poetic ones? He further questions about the coexistence of the man s social and historical life. For Heidegger, poetry is the things that let the man dwell and dwelling is through building. He believes that art of building is very much similar to the art of poetry. The way the verses in a poem depict a simple fact in a really creative way is same as that of the technique of constructing a building and then making the building alive by dwelling in that particular building. This philosophy of Heidegger is reflected in his architectural design sense that he connects the building styles with human life. This poem tends to remove the misconceptions that poems snatch away the realities of this world or poetry is mere fantasy but it s not like that. Actually, poetry brings fantasy to life. Same as the opposing above and below and belonging to each other; the writer sees different contrasting things as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Flavus Preparation Lab Report 3.3.1 Aspergillus flavus Preparation A. flavus was grown on Potato Agar Dextrose (PDA) media on Petri dishes at optimum growth temperature of 25 to 30В°C for seven days. Before that, 39g of PDA was dissolve in 1 Litre of distilled water and poured into half of the petri dish. There are 5 Petri dishes that are needed for this fungi preparation. Then, the culture was maintained at 4В°C and subculture every 30 to 40 days. Then, the Petri dishes were sealed with paraffin film and kept in a box in order to make sure the fungi grow perfectly. Noted that all the steps above are done in the laminar flow to avoid contamination that might stunt the growth of A. flavus. 3.3.2 Spores Suspension Inoculum Preparation A. flavus from Petri dish was transferred ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 5mL of water sample was filtered and the filter paper was put into oven (MMM Medcenter GmbH, Germany) operating at 100В°C for one hour. The last step before final weighing, the filter paper was put back into desiccator about half an hour to normalize the temperature and the filter paper was re weighed. Total solid suspended can be determined by using formula below: Total Suspended Solid (mg/l)=((A B))/(sample volume,ml) Г—1000 (3) Where, A = weight of filter paper + dried residue, mg B = weight of filter paper, mg 3.8.5 pH Measurement of pH is one of the most important and always used test in water chemistry. For this work, the pH was measured by using pH meter (Crison pH 25). For turbid water, the pH of water samples are adjusted from 2 to 8 using 1M NaOH and 1M HCl. The initial turbidity of turbid water used were 150, 100 and 50 NTU while the dosage used were 10, 30 and 50 v/v. The pH changes before and after undergo Jar Test were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Doctor Of The Future As Thomas Edison once said, the doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease ( Alternative Medicine Quotes ). This quote is gradually becoming a popular philosophy among American citizens and holistic physicians who prefer alternative medicines to traditional medicines. In short, this quote explains how the clinicians of the future will practice preventive medicine. Physicians will instruct their patients on how to live an enhanced lifestyle, and also how to nurture their bodies physically so that they can avoid illness and disease in the first place. The alternative medicinephilosophy is solely based upon the reality that... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Furthermore, many Americans distrust American drug companies, which seem as if they just aim to overmedicate American citizens in order to gain dollars. Society would prefer more natural and harmless remedies. A recent report concluded that 25 million Americans made an estimated 425 million visits to alternative care providers annually, which is more than the visits that were made to primary care physicians ( Alternative Medicine ). This statistic alone showcases American citizen s desire for alternative medicine care and treatment. Americans are without question, the most heavily medicated people on the Earth. When most Americans ponder about drug use in America, they immediately think of illegal drugs such as marijuana or cocaine. However, pharmaceutical drugs are far more widely used than illicit drugs are, and the use of such medications has skyrocketed over the past few decades (Thompson 12). According to a 2006 study by Boston University, eighty two percent of American adults and more than half of children take at least one medication (prescription or nonprescription drugs, vitamins, or herbal supplements) every day (Thompson 7). However, the forces that shape these statistics are highly controversial. The driving force is the pharmaceutical industry. With $291 billion in annual sales, the pharmaceutical industry is the fastest growing and most profitable sector of the American economy and spending on prescription drugs is the fastest ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. NCAA March Madness In monumental clashes for the ages, both collegiate men and women s NCAA March Madness tournaments have provided countless matches, unprecedented athleticism, and glorious victories paired with heartbreaking defeats. Yet despite their similar structures, the two tournaments have attained vastly different levels of recognition in the United States. With men s basketball, thousands of Americans tune in every year to watch the upsets and Final Four games, drooling over perennial powerhouses such as Duke University, University of Kentucky, and University of Kansas and unknown underdogs like Butler University, Wichita State University, and Virginia Commonwealth University as they all compete in titanic battles. Everyone from retirees to collegestudents fill out fantasy brackets yearly in volumes reaching millions, praying to have that lucky year where they predict the tournament correctly. However, on the female side of the sport, audiences are... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sociology professor Michael Messner of the University of Southern California explains that the media actively constructs audiences that are likely to see the men s Final Four as a dramatic, historic event that they simply must watch, while fans are likely to see the women s Final Four as a nonevent or, at best, as just another game of the Men s Final Four (Messner). Messner emphasizes the differences in language, attention, and emotion in media coverage as the sources of different representations and viewership. Professor Messner is not the only expert to contend that purposeful sexism and subtle contrast in media representation are the causes of the inequality in coverage. Others assert that we need more women on television, in the news, and in front of our young girls, arguing purposeful disinterest in gender equality is the reason for lack of viewership in women s basketball ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Gravitational Slingshot Essay The Gravitational Slingshot The gravitational slingshot is a way that scientists have truly harnessed the gravitational pull of a planet by using it to launch satellites and other useful projectiles towards their desired locations. This method was developed through the use of Newton s Laws of Gravity and Kepler s Laws of Planetary Motion. When these ideas of gravity and the shape of a planet s orbit were brought together piece by piece, this new theory changed how a projectile traveling through space could simply cross an orbital pattern, which would in turn change the path of the moving object. The change in the path accelerates the object at a higher rate and sends it speeding off in its proper direction. The gravitational ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Kepler established the Laws of Planetary Motion. The first Law states that the orbit of every planet is an ellipse with the Sun at one of the two foci. The second law states that a line joining a planet and the Sun sweeps out equal areas during equal intervals of time. And the final Law tells that the square of the orbital period of a planet is directly proportional to the cube of the semi major axis of its orbit. Kepler s Laws also come into play with the use of the gravitational slingshot, because Kepler believed that the orbit that a planet takes around another body follows an elliptical pattern, instead of traveling in a perfect circle. Of course each planet has a specific elliptical orbit, just as humans have different fingerprints to identify them. Before launching their equipment into space, each planet must have its pattern identified to ensure accurate results for the launch. This knowledge helps scientists identify where the ellipses are in relation to the paths of orbit so that they can launch satellites in the proper direct, at the proper time, with the proper velocity. Combining both of these sets of theories together has lead the way to the effect we know as the gravitational slingshot effect. Today, the gravity assist effect is used extremely often by NASA and the Air Force. It is the most fuel efficient, naturally occurring booster in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Coral Reefs In Florida Coral Reefs In the United States, Florida is the only state that has coral reefs that form near the coast. It runs along the east coast from Stuart, located in Martin County, to the Dry Tortugas which are located in the Gulf of Mexico. Along the chain of the Florida Keys is where most of the living coral reefs are also located in the Everglades. Coral reef development occurs only in areas with specific environmental characteristics: a solid structure for attachment, relatively warm water temperatures, clear waters low in phosphate and moderate wave action to disperse wastes and bring oxygen and brings oxygen and plankton to the reef. (www.dep.state.fl.us) Coral reefs play an essential part in the ecosystem. They support the biodiversity ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. FDA Approval Process FDA Approval Process It is commonly documented that every drugs and medical devices brings some risk or side effects. As a matter of fact, every year roughly approximately 1 2 drugs and 6 8 medical devices are discontinued from the U.S. market because of safety issue. Nevertheless, the FDA is charged with assessing the protection and value of medical devices and drugs assessing the advantages versus danger of every merchandise. Nonetheless, the FDA authorization procedures that are utilized for drugs and devices may vary extensively through the CDER. For instances the drug expansion program, takes about anywhere from 8 to 10 years, and starts with a few pre clinical studies that evaluate genetic and safety activity in a variety of animal models. Most manufacturers have to propose to the FDA in advance what is called an Investigational New Drug (IND) request to show outcomes of preclinical testing before it can be tried on humans. Typically studies in humans are carried out in four parts, three of which must take place earlier to the FDA s approval period. The first phase of the study is intended to set up safety, pharmacology, and safe drug dosage for humans.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The primary goal of Phase II of the study is comprised of patients with a specific disease and what needs to be done to recognize the best dosage. The third phase of the process is set up to look at effectiveness while reducing toxicity. These studies have generated an open data process on the value and pigeonhole for most common short term critical effects. Phase III is based on the huge, essential experiments that are regularly used for the FDA authorization of a drug. This phase by and large consist of a huge sample size (hundreds to thousands of patients) are use to estimate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Pyramid Of Giza And The Pyramids Although much research stays to be done in these zones, legend, prehistoric studies, arithmetic, and earth sciences appear to show that the Great Pyramid was a fantastic gadget for get together, enhancing, and centering a baffling vitality field for the profound advantage of individuals. We don t know precisely how the pyramid and its principle chamber were utilized, and the geometric structure of the pyramid has been quietly adjusted by the evacuation of the packaging stones and the top stone (Ruggles, 2015). None the less, the Great Pyramid of the Giza level still radiates incredible power as a transformational force place. It has done as such for uncounted a huge number of years and appears to be bound to proceed for a long time to come. The Pyramid of Giza is a generous antiquated structure on the planet and the most baffling (Ruggles, 2015). As per winning archeological hypothesis and there is truly no proof to affirm this thought the three pyramids on the Giza level are funerary structures of three kings of the fourth dynasty. The Great Pyramid has intrigued individuals for a large number of years, yet the more it is examined, the more inquiries emerge (Bartlett, 2014). The standard hypothesis, which it was fabricated as a tomb for Pharaoh Khufu around 2360 B.C., utilizing just copper apparatuses, wood, rope and sweat, is still around, yet it is less and less ready to answer the inquiries new proof offers ascend to. The new confirmation has offered ascent to various ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Multiprotocol Label Switching Essay This paper will discuss one of the most popular and successful networking technologies in recent memory. This technology is known as Multiprotocol Label Switching, or MPLS. Inspired by Ipsilon Networks, developed by Cisco, and standardized by the IETF, this service has become a dominant competitor. Independent think tank, Nemertes Research has estimated that nearly eighty five percent of companies are already using MPLS today. Multiprotocol Label switchingworks at layer 2 and is a new, alternative WAN service. Although it significantly differs from more traditional WAN implementations, the creators were considerate of interoperability. Thus, MPLS is compatible with other popular methods. Not only is it compatible, but it s also a means of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... MPLS encapsulated PDUs move through a WAN via Label Switched Paths (LSPs), which are similar to Frame Relay s virtual circuits. PDUs with closely related paths are grouped into Forwarding Equivalence classes (FECs). FECs are not synonymous with LSPs, as multiple FECs often traverse the same LSP. Regular interior routing protocols are present on the WAN, but only to spread topology data so that LSPs can be created. They are not involved in individual forwarding decisions. Traffic engineering extensions can even be added to create backup LSPs and provide QoS. MPLS has many advantages over competitive services. It was originally developed as a faster technique for moving data between LANs. Since only a single router has to fully inspect incoming traffic, and all others are merely reacting to the conclusions of this original inspection, speed is improved from the paradigm. However many advancements in hardware have somewhat closed the gap on this difference. Nonetheless, MPLS remains a fair choice for those who wish to optimize the speed of their network, and it has many things to offer beyond that original intent. The Multiprotocol part of it s name is important in explaining many of these perks. What is meant by multiprotocol is that it s compatible with any network layer protocol. And not only that, it s also friendly with other WAN services such as Frame Relay and ATM. This means that any existing legacy networks or variant adjacent WANs will play well ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Essay On Cvs Pharmacy Convenience and health come together at CVS which is a nationwide convenience and pharmacy store located on many street corners and busy intersections around America. Their mission statement is a very simple and concise yet powerful one We will be the easiest pharmacy retailer for customers to use. I chose this company because it occurred to me at one doctor s visit that whenever they asked if I had a pharmacy near me, I always responded with CVS. There are also many of it s competitors near in proximity but my mind always instinctually responded with their business. The company s credo that is reflected on most of the brands pages now is how they re reinventing pharmacy . The company has been making rapid advances in their service offerings... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Services provided include wellness checkups, physicals, smoking cessation, medical weight loss, common vaccinations, treatment for minor illness and injuries including bronchitis, flu, strep throat, bladder infections, minor burns and cuts, insect stings, and more. By providing this service, CVS has poised itself to be a useful stop for non emergency health visits that customers can seek out while waiting for their primary care physician appointments and freeing up emergency rooms to handle more acute care needs. Costs are typically covered by insurance or are less expensive than a traditional doctor visit for patients that don t have insurance. The latest development for CVS was acquiring the nationwide network of Target store pharmacies. As of December 2015, their network has grown to include 1,672 pharmacies across 47 states and will operate them through a store within a store format, branded as CVS/pharmacy. Taking their reach of well over 10,000 places where a consumer could find health access from prescription refills to checkups to weight loss consultations and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Flagstaff Persuasive Speech Welcome to our first stop on this tour, NAU, also known as Northern Arizona University! Most of you guys go to school here, but for those of you who come from somewhere else, here s a brief geologic description of this area, the amazing city of Flagstaff. Flagstaff has many geologic wonders and is found on the southern part of the Colorado Plateau. A small portion of Flagstaff s northeastern rocks are sedimentary, like limestone, dolostone, quartzite, and shale, which were all deposited in the Paleozoic Era. The north region of Flagstaff is mostly volcanic rocks, like basalt. However, the west region of Flagstaff is mostly made up of limestone and again, basalt. Some of the geologic wonders that you can see here in Flagstaff are the San Francisco... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Our hike will start here, at the north rim of the Grand Canyon. We will go all the way to the bottom of the canyon. But first, a description of this area. The Grand Canyon is one on the most visited and studies sites for geologists on Earth. There are almost forty major sedimentary rock layers exposed in the Grand Canyon. Some of these rocks layers are two hundred million years old or two billion years old. Most of the sediment that makes up the rocks was deposited by oceans and seas, which now, are long gone. We know this because there are many fossils and and other records on large bodies of water in the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is found in the Colorado Plateau. The Colorado Plateau is lifted almost two miles, or four and a fifth kilometers. It started to lift up seventy five million years ago. This started a mountain building period of time called the Laramide orogeny. During this period, the Rocky Mountains were created. The main types of rocks found in the Grand Canyon are limestone, siltstone, shale, and sandstone. Many of the layers are made up of limestone. Some examples of these are the Kaibab Limestone, the Redwall Limestone the Temple Butte Limestone, and the Muav ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Erik Erison s Theory Of Developmental Stages Erik Erikson s Theory of Developmental Stages Erik Erikson was born to a Danish mother in Frankfurt, Germany in 1902. He was raised by his biological mother and his stepfather. Erik Erikson grew up never knowing his biological father and this perhaps this was the reason why he started to research psychological development (Thomas, 2015). In the early 1900 s, Erik Erikson started to study theories on human behavior such as the research of Id, Ego and Super Ego, which was Sigmund Freud s findings. Later on Erik Erison would veer off of Freud s findings about biological instincts, and go on to research that social interactions are what drives us (Thomas, 2015) into becoming mature adults with a sense of accomplished identity. Erikson found that each stage of development occurs and is a building block for the next stage of development. Out of eight distinctly defined stages of development, five stages happen before the age of 18. Erikson assumes that a crisis occurs at each stage of development (Simplypsychology.org). If one stage of development is hindered, the next stage is likely to falter, resulting in major difficulties later in life. Erikson emphasizes that much of the psychological development in one s life occurs during adolescents, and that personality is greatly shaped through the social experiences that occur during that time. The first developmental stage of a person that Erikson identified was Trust vs. Mistrust (Myers DeWall, 2014). This stage occurs from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Theme Of Symbolism In The Awakening The Awakening: The Symbols, the Characters, and the Journey Mythological criticism relies on archetypes. Archetypes determine the form and function of literary works (Delahoyde). Archetypes are the unknowable basic forms personified or concretized in recurring images, symbols, or patterns (Delahoyde). By recognizing symbols and characters, we can understand their journey and evaluate the meaning of The Awakening. Symbols throughout The Awakening play an important role in the novel. One recurring symbol is water. Water can be seen as purification or corruption. In this book, I believe water represents purification. As we learn at the beginning of the book, Edna, the main character, can t swim. As the book progresses, Edna becomes more intrigued by the water. Edna then decides to baptize herself in the water. Baptism can be seen as rebirth because you are purifying yourself from sin. Edna makes references to how she wasted her time in the water just splashing around, similar to a baby. Babies are born pure, free from evil, and naked. At the end of the book, Edna is naked and chooses to drown herself. This is a good example of purification because it is almost as if she were trying to free herself from sin by ending her life, rather than living in a place where she knows she will continue to sin. Zartman 2 Another important symbol in this book are the birds. The birds represent the freedom Edna wants to have for herself, but never gets while she s alive. Both are trapped, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Persuasive Essay On Parents There are many forms of parenting and as a parent myself, I am faced daily with decisions regarding my children. It s my beliefs and decision that should affect how I chose to parent them. However, in today s society how much slack are we as parents really given? We are sometimes forced into making parental decisions solely based on state laws and regulations. Parents are being held legally responsible for declining medical decisions regarding their children. Parentare also being intimidated by medical professionals for choosing not to vaccinate their children. Judges are ruling against legally fit parents for seeking second options. Parents should not be fighting the court system for medical rights. Nor should parents feel bullied by the government system. They should have the right to choose how they parent. There are many different parentingstyles, who gets to dictate which is right? Not every family is the same, so why should the government be allowed to decide these rights and responsibilities. No two families share the same beliefs and religions. Parenting should not be a one size fits all. Parents should have the right to make medical and educational decisions for their children without government interference unless there is proof of neglect or abuse, because parents ultimately have their children best interest at heart. From the moment your child is born, they are immediately given a series of routine test, ointments, vaccines that unless its optional by the state you have no say in. Texas law requires health care providers apply antibiotic eye ointment to all newborns within two hours of birth. Antibiotic eye ointment is routinely been given to newborns. It s used to prevent neonatal conjunctivitis and complications such as blindness that can be contracted through the birth canal of untreated gonorrhea or chlamydia mothers. Refusing to comply is a Class B misdemeanor. Like any treatment, it comes with side effects. These can be minimal but can cause redness, itching, stinging, or burning of the eye after applying the eye ointments to newborns. (Erythromycin Ophthalmic) Some may argue the risk of side effects is worth not having a newborn with serious complications like blindness. It s a valid ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Jonas Experiences In The Giver Jonas has had a variety of interesting experiences throughout the book. The Giver by Lois Lowry is about Jonas and he goes through many changes in his life with some help from the Giver. Jonas experiences develop a theme over the course of The Giver by teaching the reader for every action there is a consequence. Although some readers may believe that there will not be a consequence, Jonasexperiences show that there are good and bad consequences for everything you do. There are consequences for every choice you make. It states in The Giver, He remembered the cheerful voice calling out l want my smack the other threes including Jonas laughed nervously. Snack they corrected you meant snack... The discipline wand came down across Ashers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Osteoporosis Research Paper Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bones are most likely to break. You can get Osteoporosis, as you increase in age and from injury. Osteoporosis is mainly caused from having low bone mass. The signs from Osteoporosis is very sneaky as a result of,, it has no vital signs at all. However, you can contract Osteoporosisby falling or any other harmful injury. Poor bonestructure can be involved with Osteoporosis. With Osteoporosis, you will not function the same as you would have with everyday life. Bones and joints are most likely to agonized and bones are most likely going to able break more frequently. If you know you have been diagnosed with Osteoporosis, you need to be extra careful. Your bones are twice as fragile than someone ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. First Generation Sequencing ( Ngs ) Technologies Advances in next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have offered new and practical approaches for crop breeding; 1) whole genome resequencing (WGR), 2) genotyping by sequencing (GBS), 3) genome wide association studies (GWAS), and 4) genome editing technologies (GET). The cost and time for sequencing and genotyping have continuously and dramatically decreased by the developments of diverse high throughput platforms. The extensive production and active utilization of genomic resources including genomics tools and resources for crop breeding programs created a new term, genomics assisted breeding (GAB) (Varshney et al. 2005). The landscape of soybean breeding programs has been accelerated along with advance in the genomic era. Advances in NGS technologies have taken the implementation of SNPs for genomic and genetic studies and NGS has become a turning point for next generation breeding programs due to its reduced sequencing cost (Kim et al. 2016). Whole genome resequencing (WGR) Resequencing of elite cultivars, landraces, and wild genotypes based on the Williams 82 reference genome sequence (Schmutz et al. 2010) has become an important tool to study allelic variation, domestication events, allele diversification at candidate gene loci (Chung et al. 2014; Kim et al. 2010; Lam et al. 2011). As a good example of WGR approach for nematode resistance in soybean, Xu et al. (2013) identified two RKN candidate genes in 29.7 kb interval through the resequencing of 246 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Being a Vegetarian Being a Vegetarian Animals are my friends and I don t eat my friends. George Bernard Shaw Vegetarianism used to be an unusual lifestyle choice. Today it is becoming more common and accepted by mainstream society. While there are many reasons for choosing a vegetarian diet, the most important are health reasons, environmental and economic reasons, and, above all, ethical reasons. Health reasons alone are sufficient grounds for becoming a vegetarian. Research has shown that we do not require meat in our diets and that it is actually healthier to avoid meat. Meat is high in saturated fats which are known to cause clogged arteries Cultures that consume less meat than North America have much lower cholesterol and lower rates of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Economically, vegetarianism also has surprising advantages. Meat is inefficient because the energy we can get from meat is only a small fraction of the energy found in the plants used to feed the animals. If more people turned to a vegetarian diet, a lot more food would be available for the world s population. In fact, if we all adopted a vegetarian diet, there would be no hunger in the world. Most importantly, we should be vegetarian for ethical reasons. Many people have ethical problems with the killing of animals for food, especially because this killing is not absolutely necessary. But even many of those who never think about this killing would feel compassion for animals if they were faced with killing these animals themselves. Besides the cruelty involved in the death of animals, there is even more cruelty involved in their lives. In our factory farms chickens never see the light day, have there beaks cut off, and are forced to eat food containing their own excrement. Baby cows that are destined to become veal are forced to spend their whole lives chained to stables so small that the animals cannot turn around. In order to make their meat tender they are feed a low iron diet. This artificial diet leads to joint problems, which cause the animals to be in constant agony. Such cruelty is not justifiable, and by becoming a vegetarian each individual can make a small difference. The health, economic and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Pokemon Hunting Research Paper Pokemon hunting Me, my girlfriend and her friends when pokemon hunting, this is where i was the kc plaza in the summer time. So she said everybody me up in the library, for the hunt and so we did, and oh boy she was surprised to see me though, but everyone was there and min as soon we got out there we saw pokemon on your phone (pokemon go app that where u catch them all in your phone and that started in july) and try to catch them, but some there was none. So we move on and into the plaza in a hot summer and still searching for pokemon then we stop in the shade or in building to take a break, and also if find pokemon, then we catch them but not only that we catch pokemon we also like the tour of the plaza which is nice the plaza have the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Mr Keating Conformity 1. Define and explain conformity as you see it play out in the film. Give a few examples. Conformity was present multiple times throughout the film. Not only did I observe it, but it was also defined by Mr. Keating during class time. Conformity is when one or a few people are influenced by a majority of other individuals to follow suit, hence not being themselves or expressing any creativity. Conformity is negative because it causing an individual to not express their opinions/beliefs and it is a non individualized way of living. The obvious example from the filmwas when Mr. Keating explained conformity and how all the boys were walking at different paces and then it eventually became synchronized. Also, some of the boys began clapping along which then in turn resulted in all of the other boys clapping too. Another example is at the end... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mr. Keating stresses the importance of carpe diem within the very first class. He has a unique way of addressing this topic through showing them the pictures of the older individuals in the showcases in the hallway and how they once were in the same position of feeling invincible. The importance of this saying is that it is a constant reminder to make the most of our lifetime because someday we are all going to die. We cannot keep waiting to do great things in the future, but instead we need to be determined and take advantage of the now instead of the future. As Mr. Keating said, we need to make our lives extraordinary. This cannot happen if we do not live each day to it s fullest. Carpe diem made an impact on all of the boys which was noticeable throughout the movie. Two examples are, Neil trying out for the play and Knox calling the girl he likes. Whenever the boys needed motivation or wanted to do something scary, they shouted carpe diem which truly helped them seize their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Bobcat Population Research Paper Hunting and Trapping Bobcats in New Hampshire In 2010 the University of New Hampshire did a study and estimated about 1400 bobcats in the state of New Hampshire. Since 2007 the population has been growing by approximately ten percent each year (NH Fish and Game). As they breed the population will continue to increase and this could cause problems. This could increase diseases and property damage. In order to control New Hampshire s bobcat population fifty hunting and trapping permits should be issued. Bobcat hunting and trapping was first restricted in 1989 when the bobcat population went down. The decline was blamed on overharvesting, but it was actually because of the weather patterns. The 1970s was a snowy decade ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They can find out the age of the animal, take tissue samples to find out if they have diseases and they can find out how big they are to make predictions about winter. Hunters are asked where they hunt, so the Fish and Game can see what the hunters are seeing. They can find out if the hunters are violating the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Hedging Currency Risk at Aifs Summary AIFS is an American based company that offers travel abroad and exchange study services to both college and high school students. While AIFS s revenues are denominated in American Dollars (USD), most of their costs are in foreign currencies as Euros (EUR) and British Pounds (GBP). Consequently, foreign exchange hedging has a crucial importance for the company because it provides protection against different types of risk that derive from its activity. In order to reduce risk, the company is using two hedging derivatives: forward contracts and put options to sell dollars. The aim of the paper is to determine an appropriate hedging policy which answers two main questions: how much to hedge, and in what proportions of forwards ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Then, we took into consideration only a fluctuation of the exchange rate. The scenarios that we analyzed covers different positions of the dollar against the euro: weak dollar (USD 1,48/EUR), stable dollar (USD 1,22/EUR) and strong dollar (USD 1,01/EUR). Different coverage of costs with hedging was also introduced in the analysis. The three main policies are of not hedging, 100% hedging with forward contracts and 100% hedging with options. All the future computations are in comparison with the impact zero scenario of a rate of USD 1,22/EUR and a volume of 25 000 sales. (Exhibit 2) If the company chooses not to hedge the costs, and the dollar weakens against the euro reaching a rate of USD 1,48/EUR, then it will encounter losses of $6,500,000 (Exhibit 1). On the other hand, if the dollar strengthens to the level of USD 1,01/EUR, then the company will register a gain of $5,250,000. (Exhibit 3) But, even though the possibility of winning exists, the company is exposed to a greater risk if it does not hedge. Moreover, the policy of the company is to ensure against the risk, not to speculate on the foreign exchange market. Exhibit 7 from the case study describes the currency development in medium term of the GBP and EURO against the dollar. We can observe that the currencies are exposed to high volatility, which means the company may register greater risk ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Weather Associated On Weather Conditions Generally to predict the future weather information we have to use the past weather reports. Todays weather may not exactly match with weather of the same day in the privous year. The probability that the weather condition of the day in consideration will match the same day in previous year is very less. But the probability that it will match within the span of adjacent fortnight of previous year is very high.So we can take the adjacent fortnights weather report into consideration to predict the current day weather. To predict the future s weather condition, the variation in the conditions in past years must be utilized. There are various approaches available in weather forecasting, from relatively simple observation of the sky to highly... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Artificial neural network was combined with the genetic algorithm to get the more optimized prediction . An improved technique that uses artificial neural network with photovoltaic system was proposed by Isa et al.that utilizes perceptron model with Levenberg Marquardt algorithm. Apart from neural network Fuzzy logic has also been being used in weather prediction models. The rainfall was classified into three fuzzy sets which can be predicted by making use of simple fuzzy rules . Also a fuzzy self regression model was proposed by Lu Feng and Xu xiao Guang which makes use of the form of self related sequence number according to observed number. The self related coefficients were computed by making use of Fuzzy Logic . A combined approach of neural network with Fuzzy Logic is being proposed for the weather prediction system. The work has applied principle component analysis technique to the fuzzy data by making use of Autoassociative neural networks. But the main problem with the methods discussed above is most of they don t provide any mathematicalrelationship between different parameters. Data not been being mathematically described and analyzed. But a mathematical model that could represent the relationship among previous data that could be used for prediction is still desired. A new sliding window approach for the same is being proposed in this text for weather prediction. History of Weather Forecasting: Weather forecasting is the application of science and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Reign Of Terror DBQ Long ago, people used to be persecuted and executed for having their own personal beliefs, this period of time was known as the Reign of Terror. The Reign of Terror began after the execution of Louis XVI on January 21, 1793, lasting almost 2 years. It was a period during the French Revolution where waves of executions arose to those who were enemies of the state. This occurred due to revolutionaries attempting to form a new government based on the freedom for citizens. In order to achieve this, they went through extreme measures to reach their goal and were responsible for the death of thousands. The Reign of Terrorwas not justified because it took away people s natural rights, put many restrictions upon them, and caused the death of thousands.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens on Document A it states, The aim of all [government]... is the preservation of the natural... rights of man. These are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression. This means that the main motive of all government is conserving and protecting the natural rights of man. However, in Document B it states, Law of Suspects passed which limited rights of the accused. During the Reign of Terror, government officials arrested and executed for speaking against the government without trial. This violated the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens because within this document it stated that man has the right to resist against oppression from the government. This evidence proves that the revolutionary government of the Reign of Terror gave limited rights to individuals who weren t in their favor, and didn t have the same motives as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. The Hitchhikers Guild Of The Galaxy The Hitchhikers Guild to The Galaxy follows Arthur Dent, an earthling, paired with his alien friend Ford Prefect. The two manages to escape the earth before it is demolished to build an intergalactic freeway and set upon their journey. Hitching a ride on a Vogon spaceship the two start their adventure. Unfortunately, the Vogons don t like hitchhikers, so Arthur and Ford get thrown out of the spaceship to die in the cold void of interstellar space, where not even Starbucks exists. Meanwhile, Ford s semi cousin Zaphod Beeblebroxand his human companion Trillian steal the Heart of Gold spaceship, which has an amazing engine that can do all sorts of improbable things, such as get through LA without dealing with traffic. Also on the spaceship... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Where both films suggest that the Hero s act upon their own freewill; true freewill does not exist but is a synthesis constructed by the ego of their companion character. This creates justifications for any crime or action taken by the Hero characters as they act in the name of justice and believe they are acting freely. Both the Hitchhikers Guild to The Galaxy and The Matrix has Myth Criticism complexes in nature. They follow a hero that must fulfill a quest to discover himself and woo a female interest. In either case the universality of their stories are evident as they are conflicted by the same dilemmas. Carl Jung suggests that regardless of culture or historical period a part of the human mind contains a collective unconscious shared by all members of the human species, a sort of universal, primal memory. Myth Criticism considers this within its teachings by explaining that all stories follow a universal trend called the Hero Cycle. Within this cycle the hero of the story follows each of the steps to fulfilling his/her task. Along with the Hero Cycle, Myth Criticism explains there are archetypes found in each piece of literature or art that are universal in nature. Overall, it is found that the Myth Criticism base is used frequently as we as humans find solace in the comforts of the Cycle, as it is familiar to us. In The Hitchhikers Guild to The Galaxy, the Hero is portrayed as Arthur Dent. He is set into this role at the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Mass Media In The Media Mass media is a large part of what the population consumes and identifies with; the fact that so much of life is influenced by the media is unhealthy especially considering how some of its messages are inherently sinister, and reach a worldwide audience. It has the ability to progress or devolve a society of people with the imagery it chooses to display. In the documentary, Miss Representation by Siebel Newsom, the point is raised The media is selling young people the idea that girls and women s value lies in their youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in their capacity as leaders. Boys learn that their success is tied to dominance, power, and aggression. We must value people as whole humanbeings, not gendered stereotypes (2011, Siebel Newsom). Infantilization, hypersexualization and dehumanization/objectification of women are epidemics that spread throughout the media to a point where it is rare, and jarring, to see a womanrepresented without those things. To contrast, men are often portrayed as powerful and/or of a high status. They are allowed to age and given permission to be given genuinely human traits and characteristics. This can severely impact the mindsets and behaviours of the individuals who consume these images. When young women and girls are subjected to these images hundreds of times a day for years, side effects include low self esteem, eating disorders, and self objectification. Planned Parenthood, our product , is an organization that is a health ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Roaring Twenties Essay The Roaring Twenties The decade of 1920 1929 was a time of great change, reform, improvement, adjustment and alteration of everything Americans had come to rely on. In other words everything changed. Not one part of common life was unaffected. Exciting new events happened in sports, entertainment, science, politics, communication and transportation. It was the age of prohibition, it was the age of prosperity, and it was the age of downfall. The twenties were the age of everything. It has been called the decade of enjoyment, employment, and for some, disappointment. The 20 s were a decade to remember and it had an impact on the people living through it. During the 1920s the United States was in an economic high point. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jazz was popular for its spontaneity and flare, and it soon captured the new record industry. By 1924, there were more than 2.5 million radios in American households. In 1920 the Westinghouse Company launched the first radio station, KDKA in Pittsburgh. KDKA mostly broadcast news reports and talk shows until 1921, when the first musical radio program was aired. Sound movies were first seen in the 1920 s. The sound was not on the film, but on synchronized phonograph records, it became very popular and the first full length talkie , The Jazz Singer , was released. In 1928, a 27 year old Walt Disney introduced his first animated cartoon. The lead character, Mickey Mouse would later go on to star in the first animated cartoon to use sound, Steamboat Willie . George Eastman demonstrated the first color motion picture and in 1929 the first Academy awards were held. In Politics, Calvin Coolidge was re elected president in 1924 and J. Edgar Hoover was appointed to head up the Federal Bureau of Investigation the same year. I n 1928 Republican Herbert Hoover was elected president. History was made in science when Howard Carter assisted Lord Carnarvon in the opening of the tomb of King Tutankhamen or King Tut in Egypt. With improved medicines came increased life spans. The Bureau of Public Health determined the average life expectancy for an American in 1920 was 54 years, up from 49 in 1901. Albert Einstein came to the US in 1921 to lecture at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Tribulations Of The Self (sociology) Essay What constitutes the tribulations of the self in contemporary society, according to Anthony Giddens? Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer.This essay will seek an explanation of what constitutes the tribulations of the self according to Anthony Giddens (1991). In the first part of this paper, I discuss some central ways language has been viewed focusing the review on social constructivist writings as well as those stemming from the study of human development. In the second part of this paper, I discuss data that leads to the reconsideration of aspects of the language selfhood interface. I conclude by suggesting some future avenues of research.First the essay will outline the various tribulations that Giddens describes in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This would cause anxiety and result in the withdrawal from certain experiences/ activities to maintain the ontology. The latter describing the sequestration of experience.One of the main threats to this is the notion of globalisation and everyone being caught up in it. Losing a sense of place and identity due to the change in lifestyle and other aspects feel beyond our control. This involves exposure to crisis situations. Giddens (1991, p 184) says that: a quot;crisis quot; exists whenever activities concerned with important goals in life of an individual or a collectivity suddenly appear inadequate. Crises in this sense become a quot;normal quot; part of life, but by definition can not be routinised Giddens (1991, p 184) states that it is the crisis prone nature of late modernity that is causing may of the tribulations of the self and this creates a general uneasiness. As a result many will withdraw from society in order to preserve ontological security and contain some of the forms of anxiety (Giddens, 1991). Giddens (1991) finds a close link between the sequestration of experience, trust and the search for intimacy. He argues that trust vested in abstract systems that help with day to day security is not as valid as trust vested in persons, and that the latter provides the moral satisfaction. This leads us into Giddens analysis of the pure relationship and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Literature Review On Media Violence PSY 4111 Literature Review. E. Langslow Trends across research suggest exposure to media violence positively correlates with subsequent violent behaviour In this era of internet connectivity, access to an array of violent media stimuli is readily available. Scientific exploration of the effects of such exposure on real world violent behaviour carries potential ramifications for the safety of global communities. Media violence is understood here as stimuli that includes depictions of violence or calls to violent action and includes image, video, television and gaming. Violent behavior is defined as behavior causing emotional or physical harm expressed verbally or physically. Whilst there remains no causal proof for the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Bobo doll study found that children were more likely to imitate violent behaviour they witnessed in a film if they perceived the behaviour would generate positive outcomes (Bandura, Ross, Ross, 1963). Later findings across three decades of cognitive research on the effects of learning and priming concluded thoughts are connected by similar association, with media stimuli cognitively relating to memories and responses to trigger violent schemata retrieval in real world situations (Berkowitz, 1984; Bushman Geen, 1990; L Rowell Huesmann Eron, 2013). Findings in two general aggression model (GAM) studies that complement cognitive frameworks, both monitored increases in physical arousal as potential determinants for short term violent behavior. Again, positive correlations were found following exposure to media violence.(Bushman Anderson, 2001; Thomas, Horton, Lippincott, Drabman, 1977). Environmental factors A range of studies assert that causes of violent behavior are complex at the level of environmental influence and compare other learning, modelling and disinhibiting factors. This is an area where opposition to the hypothesis is more common. Two longitudinal studies assessing levels of violence pre and post the introduction of television found a positive correlation, however ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. In-Depth Analysis Of The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby has been viewed as a standout masterpiece of American writing since it was published in the 1920s. The novel has been distinctly consecrated in American culture where it remains applicable and regularly read over ninety years after publication. Why it is still relevant turns out to be clear when reading the novel. Fitzgerald tells a moderately contained and straightforward story by using an elaborate style and concerning different distinctive topics. In addition, it lets plenty of space for alternative views and speculations about some elements of the novel. This essay will focus on a in depth analysis of Nick Carraway, with the intention of showcasing his character traits, background and relations, and... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Nick travels to New York from West Egg with Tom Buchanan, stopping on the way to pick up Myrtle, Tom s secret affair. They then head to an apartment where they, together with Myrtles sister and the married couple, the McKees, have a party. Nick comments that at this afternoon it was the second time in his life that he had been drunk and that everything therefore had a dim, hazy cast over it (27 32). At this party Nick meets the photographer Mr. McKee, which is a important scene for characterizing Nick s sexuality. Nick describes McKee as a pale, feminine man (32) and it can be assumed that there is some sort of attraction between the two men, because of events that will follow. Nick and McKee end up leaving the party together, something Maggie Gordon Froehlich says clearly (if subtly) suggests a pickup (215). The pair drunkenly stumble into the elevator where they start making vague plans about going to lunch (39). At first sight, the confused vagueness could be seen as a representation of their intoxication, but it could also be argued that when looking closely, their talk about their plans to get lunch (when asked where, McKee answers anywhere [39]) is subliminal homoerotic intended (because they are not planning lunch at all, but rather planning to do something else). Whether or not the offer is salacious, the non specificity is suggestive an leads questions ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. Case Study Of Bukidnon Coffee Chapter 1 The Problem Introduction Bukidnon is a place located at the heart of Mindanao. On the one hand, it is a place that offers a quiet place to rest and reckon among locals and visitors. On the other hand, Bukidnon also has delicacies that encourages locals, tourists and the like to patronize because of its distinct taste, smell and its affordability. For instance, Binaki is a delicacy in Bukidnon that is made out of maize which is perfect for merienda. It can be found in the market or along the highway. This is considered to be an originally homemade dessert. Although this product is found in other places, but still binaki from Bukidnon is different. Furthermore, the monk s coffee is also a product that can only be found in the Monastery of the Transfiguration in Malaybalay, Bukidnon. This coffee is known internationally for its distinct aroma and taste. It is believed that this coffee has been prayed for by monks for many hours which make it so especial. Lastly, piГ±asitas is a finely baked pineapple with the dough originally made by cake boom in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Our understanding of taste and flavor has exploded with revelations of the myriad and complex ways that food messes with our consciousness and of all the ways that our biases filter the taste experience. Deliciousness is both ingrained and learned, both personal and universal. It is a product of all five senses (hearing included) interacting in unexpected ways, those sensory signals subject to gross revision by that clump of nerve tissue we call the brain. These cells have chemical receptors attuned to the five basic tastes bitter, sweet, sour, salt and umami. These five tastes are enough to help determine if the thing we just put into our mouth should go any farther if it s sweet or savory and thus a probable source of nutrients or if it s bitter and potentially poisonous. Yet they can t get close to communicating the complexity of the flavors that we ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...