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Speech Writing Speech Writing
Essay about Comparison of McCarthyism and the U.S. Patriot...
Through the 1940s and 1950s, America was beleaguered with anxieties about the menace of
communism arising in Eastern Europe and China. Profiting out of such worries of the nation, young
Senator Joseph McCarthy made an open charge that hundreds of card carrying communists had
penetrate in the United States government. Although his allegations were found ultimately to be false
and the Senate reproached him for improper ways, his ardent shakeup heralded as one of the most
tyrannical era in 20th century American politics. While the House Un American Activities Committee
(HUAA) had been made in 1938 as a body to resist communists, McCarthy s charges enhanced the
political nervousness of the epoch. The suspicious chase for moles, ... Show more content on
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The law also needed all foreign residents in the United States over 14 years of age to report an all
inclusive declaration of their private and professional position and a testimony of their political
viewpoints. The main objective of the Alien Registration Act was to destabilize the American
Communist Party and other left leaning political pressure lobbies in the Unites States. It was decided
that the HUAC had been set up by Congress in 1938 to examine people distrusted of being unpatriotic
and hence more bent to oust the government (McCarthysm, spartacus.schoolnet.co). Modern
researches, of course, show opposing viewpoints about McCarthysm as interpreted during the cold
war days and now. It also sometimes, finds the Patriot Act as having some very significant and
positive sides and that the act should not be merely seen as an appendage to McCarthyism.
Starting with ballot and crime figures, Amitai Etzioni, a Carter government advisor on domestic
affairs and the present director of the Institute of Communitarian Policy Studies at George Washington
University, argues that civic security actions can be vital to democracy but not that any and all security
dealings augment liberty. In his book How Patriotic is the Patriot Act? Freedom Versus Security in the
Age of Terrorism (2004), he specifies safety measures embarked on the U.S. since September 11th.
Foreshadowing the menaces including
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How Does John Keats Use Personification In The Four Seasons
In The Human Seasons the author, John Keats, uses personification while describing the four seasons:
Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. There is such a deeper meaning to this poem than one may
realize.The four seasons actually represents distinctive phases/stages that are terrifically vital for life
to exist. Tho s stages are birth, childhood, adulthood, and death.This is proven by Keats when he
states that Four Seasons fill the measure of the year; There are four seasons in the mind of man. By
stating that He has his lusty Spring, when fancy clear Takes in all beauty with an easy span, the author
is describing spring as being a period of lust and when everything is beautiful (aka. birth). When Keats
states that He has his Summer,
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America Is A Melting Pot
America is a melting pot made up of people from many different races and ethnic backgrounds, so
why are the American news broadcasters predominantly white men in their late forties? News
represents the American society so therefore American broadcasters should reflect society as a whole.
In addition, many people consider news anchors role models and it is important to see themselves
represented and trust their news source. The lack of diversity among newscasters impacts the audience
s reception of the news. People are more likely to trust news sources that they relate to and identify
with. Many people do not even notice the lack of diversity or understand the impact it has on society.
There needs to be more of an effort to reflect diversity among our newscasters to correct the history of
discrimination, to accurately reflect the audience and to provide role models and promote positive
images.
The United States is called a melting pot because the the varied groups of people that live in the
country and interact every day, but the country also has an ugly history or discrimination against
women and minorities. The broadcasting industry has been guilty of this discrimination. There has
been blatant discrimination against women newscasters. Women journalists initially had difficulty
breaking into the broadcast news field and did not begin to make real strides towards equality until the
1960s and 1970s ( Irvin) . This is very discouraging to young women interested in this
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Symptoms And Treatment Of Adolescent Disorders
Psychiatry has utilized lithium to treat affective disorders since the late 1940s; however, roughly 30
years passed until its effect on the thyroid gland was observed.1 Lithium induced hypothyroidism is a
common consequence of lithium usage2 with an estimated prevalence rate between 6 and 52%.3
However, lithium induced hyperthyroidism (LIH) is rare and infrequently reported in literature,1,2,4,5
with an incidence of 0.1%.5, 6 LIH usually occurs with long term lithium treatment and typically
presents as a painless and transient thyroiditis with proposed causality directed towards lithium s toxic
effect on the thyroid or a diffuse/toxic multinodular goiter.1, 5, 7 Autoimmunity and autoantibody
production may be another culprit in the development of LIH, which has been demonstrated in 20% of
lithium treated patients compared to 7.5% untreated.5, 8 Lithium and antipsychotics are often
prescribed concomitantly in clinical practice. While LIH is a rare occurrence, antipsychotic induced
akathisia is more prevalent with an incidence rate of up to 30% reported.9 Akathisia is a movement
disorder typically characterized by an inability to sit still and/or inner restlessness, which includes
rocking, pacing, and fidgeting.10, 11 The distress and subjective feelings of akathisia may be mistaken
as symptoms of a patient s psychiatric disorder. Frequently, psychosis may appear more evident during
akathisia due to increased agitation.12 Psychiatric manifestations have also been
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Primark Structural and Organisation Report
Contents:Introduction: Page 3Product Information and Marketing: Page 4Financial Position: Page
5Financial Performance: Page 6Company Information: Pages 7Consolidated Income Statement: Page
8Consolidated Balance Sheet: Page 9Company Balance Sheet: Page 10Bibliography: Page
11Managerial Finance Report: Primark Stores LimitedIntroductionPrimark Stores Limited is a
subsidiary of Associated British Foods PLC, and Primark has become a well established family name
in recent years. It has set a benchmark for many companies to follow in a segment of the market
labelled the value sector . The company was founded to produce clothing that is value for money, in
other words you are paying for the quality of the product and not for the label that come ... Show more
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Primark gives the discerning dresser a choice between designer clothes, or their cheaper, high quality
own brand clothing.
This is backed up by one of today s top business newspaper Forget Prada, fashionists have discovered
Primark, a cut price chain leading a new consumer trend the rise of cheapskate Britain.
(http://www.primark.co.uk/downloads/Primark%20Brochure%20AW.pdf)Primark will continue to
prosper as a company and expand in today s clothes retailing sector which consumers are finding
irresistible by simply sticking to the company s motto Look good, pay less Financial PositionHow
much has been invested in fixed assets?Fixed assets for 2005 : £ 208MFixed assets for 2006 : £
487MTherefore, there was an increase of 134.1% between 2005 and 2006. Each element of the fixed
assets has increased.
What are the sources of long term finance?The sources of long term finance are the long term
liabilities: in 2005, there were liabilities of £ 824M and in 2006 of £ 637 M, so, a decrease of 23%.
Gearing ratio (2005) = 18%Gearing ratio (2006) = 14%The gearing ratio reveals a level of gearing
that would not normally be considered to be very high. The ratio reveals a little decrease in the level of
gearing over the year. There was a decrease in the relative contribution of long term lenders to the
financing of the business. We can see from the balance sheet that there was a substantial decrease of
interest bearing loans (from £ 539M in 2005 to £
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Incident Command System Vs Ics
For my Emergency Support Function assignment, I choose to research, and discuss the Incident
Command System ICS and the National Management Incident System NMICS . In this paper I will
compare the similarities, and differences the advantages and disadvantages of each system, as it
pertains to the Emergency Management System.
The ICS system is a personnel management structure through which disaster response is controlled.
ICS was developed by the State of California as a method by which earthquakes and other
emergencies could be handled efficiently. Flexibility is a main tenet of ICS. When properly
implemented, the system allows the development of a command chain of any size that can include
government agencies and non government organizations alike. Catlin Tidwell University of
Washington
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There is a division of labor, each unit is assigned a specific function to perform.
Span of control. Submits are established to limit the number of personnel directly supervised by each
unit manager. This is usually five subordinates, but the number can range from three to seven.
Unit integrity. Personnel from a given professional discipline (e.g., police or fire) are assigned to the
same unit in the emergency response organization to facilitate teamwork and also to simplify record
keeping.
Unified command. Most incidents are managed by a single Incident Commander (IC), but a Unified
Command team manages the emergency response when multiple agencies have statutory authority and
responsibility for a specific type of incident.
Management of objectives. Senior incident managers develop actions plans that include specific,
measurable objectives and evaluate their effectiveness by monitoring the achievement of these
objectives.
Comprehensive resource management. The IC or Unified Command team direct the allocation of all
resources including personnel, facilities, vehicles, and equipment to emergency
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Chiapas Research Paper
Estado Liber y Soberano de Chiapas, Free and Sovereign State of Chiapas, also known as just Chiapas
is one of the 32 federal entities that exist in Mexico. It is located in southeastern Mexico, it is the
southern most state in Mexico. Chiapas also has a coastline along the Pacific Ocean. Near Teapa,
rainfall in that region can average to more than 3,000mm per year and the rainfall amount decreases as
you move to the south. It s climate in several areas allows some Chiapas regions to have cloud forests
similar to those of the Reserva de la Biosfera el Triunfo. Chiapas is divided into 122 municipalities
and it s capital city Tuxtla Guiterrez. Chiapas is home to some of the most beautiful ancient Mayan
ruins of Palenque, Yaxchilan, Bonapack, and Chinkultic, as well as being a home to one of the largest
indigenous populations in the country with twelve recognized ethnicities. ... Show more content on
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In the pre colombian era, recent excavations in the Soconusco region in that states show that the oldest
civilization to have existed in Chiapas would have be that of Mokaya, existing and thriving as early as
1500BCE which makes it one of the oldest in Mesoamerica. During it s prelatic era, it has already
been discovered that Chiapas is not Olmec, but it is known that they had close relations to them.
Undergoing extremely well planned importing and exporting, parts of Chiapas can be seen to have
Olmec influenced architecture and products that had originally been made in the Olmec civilization,
including things such as amber, magnetite, and ilmenite. In the classic period in this region is when the
Mayan civilization thrived, giving way for the ruins located in modern day
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Brief Summary Of The Book The Outsiders
The book, The Outsiders, is a fantastic book that you should definitely re read. If you had read the
book before then you would know that the book is about a 14 year old boy named Ponyboy Curtis
with his two brothers Sodapop, a sixteen year old, and Darrel, a twenty year old who have recently
lost their parents. Now he has to deal with his idea of being separated from society. Common Sense
Media book gave the book a ⅘ starts and stated, Hinton wrote this at age 16, so the plot has some too
easy resolutions; such literary missteps are overcome by the power of her honest teen point of view,
which rings so true to young readers. This quote shows that being a teenanger is one of the perfect
times to read the book and re reading will give a similar
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Jesse Greene s Articles on the Issues Around Same Sex...
For the past three years, Jesse Greene, journalist for the New York Magazine, has been focused on the
insight of the relationships and lives of people in the L(esbian)G(ay)B(isexual)T(ransgender)
community. In the article, From I do to I m done , he writes about a gay couple, Kevin Muir and Sam
Ritchie, who have been together since 1997. They have been in a relationship much like a normal
couple would, they lived with each other, they had shared real estate, credit cards, etc. Jesse describes
them as having a happy and healthy relationship after they got married on May 8th, 2004. Going into
their marriage, the desire for children became more serious and they began to look into adoption. Jesse
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The editors of The Slant are: Stephanie Fairyington, a present freelanced writer for New York. She is a
former fact checker and her work has appeared on CNN, Huffington Post, the New York Observer,
and many other news sources. The next editor is Shirley Velasquez. She too is a freelanced editor and
writer who was a researcher for Rolling Stone and Women s Health. Her work has appeared in
Glamour, Woman s Day, The New York Sun, Patriot Acts: Narratives of Post 9/11 Injustice
(McSweeney s/Voice of Witness) and many other places. These two well knows writers decided to
interview Jesse Greene because of a memoir he wrote called The Velveteen Father: An Unexpected
Journey to Parenthood, lives in Brooklyn Heights with his partner and two sons.
When he began his studies of identity and sexuality on young children, he worked with expert
psychiatrists, psychologist, and social workers in New York to understand gender dysmorphia, a
condition in which one s biological gender does not match one s self perception or brain gender.
Through his help, he was able to find families dealing with a child going through this condition at a
young age. Going into is study, he had a stereotypical view of transgender, gay and lesbian individual
but, ironically, he was gay himself. For 11 months, he interviewed 30 people and their families to see
what children deal with when they feel like they don t belong to their gender and
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Taking a Look at Prions
Though a relatively new institution, the realm of public health has been fairly consistent from its
conception. Using a methodology centered in evidence based, population approach health studies,
scientists have been given the means to fight and control disease around the world. Traditionally, a
communicable disease is caused by one of three foreign agents: bacteria, parasites, viruses. While
quite different, these four agents have much in common, including their adherence to Koch s germ
theory, their reliance on human hosts, and methods of transmission. In the last twenty years or so,
however, the scientific community has encountered a fifth type of pathogen that is completely
different in size, composition, and the disease it causes the prion. In its simplest form, a prion is a
protein in a misfolded form. Essentially, this protein propagates by transmitting its misfolded state to
other proteins in its host, specifically in cranial and neural tissue. The altered structure of the protein,
which constitutes the prion, is extremely stable, and cannot be denatured by chemical and physical
agents. The harm comes to the human or animal when the prions aggregate extracellularly in the
central nervous system, creating plaques and holes in the tissue diseases that are caused by prions are
known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs). The recent discovery of prions, though
rare in existence, pose a serious threat to the consistency of public health and the
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Decathlon China case report
2013 [DECATHLON CHINA: USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO PENETRATE THE INTERNET
MARKET] CASE 2 INDIVIDUAL REPORT K 603 Information Systems Table of Content: Executive
Summary 2 Key Issues 3 SWOT Analysis 5 Porter s Five Forces 6 Strategic Alternatives 7
Recommendations 9 Implementation Strategy 10 Additional Costs 12 Conclusion 13 Bibliography 14
Appendix 1 15 Appendix 2 16 Executive Summary Decathlon, established in 1976, is a French
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Strategic Alternatives: Alternative 1 Optimise Social Media Strategy and introduce Online Store on
www.decathlon.com.ch Pros: In order to create positive brand experience, become the leader in the
Chinese sporting goods market and develop customer trust, powerful social media strategy was
needed to help the brand to increase its presence online through optimised social media channels like
Renren, Kaixin001 and 8264.com to create online community, promote its products and compete
powerfully with its rivalries. Chinese consumers of sporting goods are very socially active online.
They like to purchase products while consulting with others. Social media outlets are perfect to create
positive buzz around the brand and strengthen the it s reputation online as well as introduce the
customer to purchasing the product on line through www.decathlon.com.ch by creating the same look
and feel as in retail store. Taobao, being the biggest retailer in China, has high consumer stickiness due
to its bargain prices, stellar customer service, high level of trust among consumers, is uniquely
positioned to optimise sales of Decathlon products online. Cons: Managing multiple social media
outlets in a timely manner can be costly and time consuming. Decathlon must be prepared to adopt
always on strategy when interacting with customers, which must start with internal preparedness in
eCommerce and IT departments. Alternative 2 Focus on
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November Cotton Flower By Jean Toomer Analysis
Jean Toomer s poem November Cotton Flower is a curious narrative work which tells a tale of
surprise and superstition. It chronicles the story of a grim and lifeless November, where water reserves
have dried, birds are dying, and cotton plants are bare. This barren landscape is flipped on its head,
however, when a lone cotton plant defies everything people know about plant growth and sprouts a
flower. The sudden blooming of this flower serves as a potent analogy for the Harlem Renaissance, a
sudden outburst of creation, culture, and connection, that drew millions of African Americans from
across the country. The Harlem Renaissance was a massive beacon of hope for many African
Americans. The great wealth of artistic and social innovations
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Discussing The Intricate And Intimate Connections Between...
1. Why does Sommers discuss the intricate and intimate connections between herself, her daughters
and her parents on pages 293 295? Why does she look at her family? She says that Love (as well as
writing) involves a radical loss of certainty (295). How does that loss of certainty apply to writing as
well as relationships in Sommers experience? Because of Sommers love for reading often alludes to
her family life, she is able to introduce the reader to her family and her thoughts behind words in a
neat fashion. I assume that her family life has really shaped her as a person. I think she wants to be be
able to absorb lots of information from the world around her. She says, I want to understand these
living, breathing, primary sources all around me. (295). This quote is important because, it shows the
type of mindset Sommers is in. Her mindset, being one that is willing to be open to new discoveries
and different perspectives. She looks at her family for inspiration from the world. She makes
connections between her family members, the things she s learned from books and other sources
shaping her as a person. She often pondered to herself when her daughter asked for typically feminine
items like makeup, thinking if there is an underlying meaning to it. As a result she states, Love (as
well as writing) involves a radical loss of certainty (295). She shows her readers this loss of certainty
in her family life, as well as in her writing throughout the whole text
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Drugs and Homeostasis
Biology 3201 STSE
Drugs and Homeostasis

Submitted To: Mr. King
Submitted By: Chelsea Hamen
Date Due: October 28th
Understanding Concepts:
1.) Clinical Depression is the most frequently encountered mental illness. Clinical depression is now
considered a physical condition in which there is a fault in the brain chemistry. It may afflict up to 5%
or more of the population. Symptoms of depression include a distinct change in mood accompanied
with an extreme feeling of hopelessness. Other symptoms include: loss of appetite; weight loss;
headaches; sleeplessness; loss of energy; and tiredness. Symptoms of anxiety are also quite common.
Suicide is common in about 15% of depressed patients.
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Rohypnol is a drug associated with rave parties and comes from the benzodiazepine family. It is
considered to be the date rape drug and has become famous for its use in committing sexual assault. It
is often given to an unsuspecting victim by dissolving it in beverage while they are unaware. It is
similar to Valium TM but has ten times its strength. In combination with alcohol, it can be deadly.
Rohypnol is highly addictive and has severe withdrawal symptoms. Its use can cause deep sedation,
respiratory distress, blackouts for up 24 hours, and amnesia.
Ecstasy is known as Methylene Dioxy Meth Amphetamine (MDMA) and has street names such as X,
Rolls, E, Adam, Beans and Buddies. The initial use of ecstasy results in: increased heart rate;
increased blood pressure; dilation of pupils and bronchi; brain stimulation; increased motor activity;
tightening of jaw muscles; grinding of jaws; overheating; sweating; heat stroke; and dehydration. The
long term use of ecstasy can result in irreparable brain damage.
3.) Higher doses of designer drugs can result in paranoia, depression and violent irrational behaviour.
In general, designer drugs can create a wide range of physical problems such as: hypertension;
uncontrolled tremors; total paralysis; seizures; permanent drain damage; and death.
4.) Opioids are typically used to treat pain. They can produce a feeling of euphoria by affecting
regions of the brain that enable us to perceive
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Concert Analysis Of A Concert
The concert that I attended was played by Michael Kirkendoll on Wednesday, November 8 at Beall
Concert Hall. Kirkendoll played two pieces during the performance. The first was called Marriage,
Mile 55 From the Road, which talked about the disturbing tale of a man that explains how he
murdered his wife. The second piece, De Profundis, talked about a distal longing for love from a
homosexual man who was arrested because of who he loved. The first piece, Marriage, Mile 55 From
the Road, was played as a piano solo, with other forms of instrumentation coming from Kirkendoll
using his voice including both lyrical dictation and simple sound effects. He also used the piano as a
percussion instrument and a string instrument by slapping and hitting the wooden sides and reaching
over into the belly of the piano and plucking the strings like a guitar. There was not a specific tempo
used for this song, as it changed many times because the lyrical parts. Many times, the lyrics would
dictate tempo. Dissonance was used mainly because of the minor notation. This fit perfectly into the
horror theme that the composer was trying to express in his work. There was not a defined tempo as
Kirkendoll changed the timing in order to build suspense and further the plot. To my untrained ears,
Kirkendoll sounded like he was jumping around on the keyboard rather than keeping a specific tempo.
The music being played was complex to play, but especially hard to understand. The song Marriage,
was
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Cuckoo s Nest Psychiatry
A more negative portrayal of the institution system is shown in One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest
(1975) directed by Milos Forman. It is considered to demonstrate the changing face of psychiatry. The
film which was based on Ken Kesey s book of the same title, was made during the period which is
known as the Anti Psychiatry Movement during the 60 s and 70 s. The public s consciousness around
the reality of psychiatric institutions and psychiatry itself was developing in a different way. A number
of theorists worked together in order to outline the issues which were still a major part in psychiatry.
(Fleming and Manvell, 1985) In his book Madness and Civilisation: A History of Insanity in the Age
of Reason (1964), Michael Foucault discussed the nature of asylums as a way of institutional control
(Donaldson, 2005). He argued that the running of these institutes were not effective at all and infact
harmful to the patients (Donaldson, 2005). It was pointed out that all the patients were forced to accept
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Then, physicians and especially psychiatrists began to call illness (that is, of course mental illness)
anything and everything in which they could detect a sign of malfunctioning, based on no matter what
norm (Fleming and Manvell, 1985). R.D Laing talked about the labeling of illness as a way of social
control in The Politics of Experience and The Birds of Paradise (1967) (Donaldson, 2005). Laing saw
psychiatry as a political profession that is used to repress individuality. (Fleming and Manvell, 1985).
During this time, psychiatry s authority was questioned as it is shown in the 1975 production of One
Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest. In the film we see the free spirited R.P. McMurphy, played by Jack
Nicholson, banished to a psychiatric unit rather than prison for committing statutory
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Rhetorical Analysis Of The Appeal By Stephan H. Browne
The rhetorical analysis of the Appeal by Stephan H. Browne gives further insight about perfectibilism
in the document. In the third chapter of Rhetoric Public Affairs: Angelina Grimke: Rhetoric, Identity,
and the Radical Imagination, Browne contends that Angelina Grimke employed a rhetorical strategy
for the reimagining of community and reconceiving of past, to encourage acceptance for her
abolitionist vision of the future. In the Appeal, Angelina focused toward her audience of southern
Christian women and seeks to use that understanding to connect with them and contend that the
abolitionist cause cares for them. She also uses her analysis of biblical matters to reinterpret the
meaning of the bible and its significance to these women and their time. The bible is thus contended to
be a basis for condemning and opposing slavery, and that by their status, of them as Christian women
in the context of Southern plantation society, they should work to oppose it. This is followed by a
prescription of action tailored to both the audience s religious tendencies, and to the possible actions
they may take in the context of their social status.
This portrayal of the Appeal s rhetoric suggests a form of perfectibilism in the interpretation of the
past and community basis. Rather than merely calling out problems in the past about how American
and particularly southern society has engaged in slavery, it works to change the basis of historical
community for her audience. The bible is
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Anne Sexton
Anne Sexton
Michealangelo, perhaps the most gifted sculptor and painter of all times, once said that geniuses stand
on the shoulders of other geniuses. As Michelangelo built upon the brilliance of his predecessors,
Anne Sexton does the same in her collection of poems entitled Transformations. She renovated fairy
tales as told by the Brothers Grimm by adding her own life experiences and view of contemporary
culture, hammering away until she built an entirely new art form. Anne Sexton has had a notable
effect upon the literary genre of fairy tales through this shocking transformation of classic tales.
Anne Sexton was born in Newton, Massachusetts on November 9, 1928 to Ralph and Mary Gray
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Orne, M.D., Ph.D., her psychologist who encouraged her to write poetry as part of the psychological
healing process (Middlebrook xiii xviii). With this encouragement Anne published her first book of
poetry, To Bedlam and Part Way Back, in 1960 (McCartan 2). The book was well received and marked
the beginning of her rise to the top. 1967 another major year in Sexton s career; she won the Pulitzer
Prize for Live or Die. Transformations, her book of poetic fairy tales, was published later in 1971. On
October 4, 1974, shortly after the release of Transformations, Anne could no longer stand the
pressures of her existence and committed suicide.
This biographical information is essential to understanding Anne Sexton s influence on the fairy tale
because her transformations of the Grimm Brother s work rises out of her personal turmoil. Most of
Sexton s works before and after Transformations are of the confessional style, but through her poetic
transformations of fairy tales, Sexton gives herself a more discrete outlet for her passions (Ostriker
255). Her biographer Diane Middlebrook notes that the poems were a way to place her struggles in
legend rather than personal history (37). The intensely metaphorical characters of Sexton s fairy
poetry are one example of this. For instance, Judith the cold and neglectful mother in Snow White
surely represents Sexton s own callous mother (Middlebrook 37). Sexton s father is also recognizable
in her work as
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Comparing Harold And Ana In Stranger Than Fiction
Harold and Ana are portrayed as an unlikely couple and their odd relationship is revealed through the
use of film techniques. These people are both characters from Marc Forster s stranger than fiction
film. The director used techniques such as colour, symbols and body language to show the difference
between the two and the unlikeliness of their relationship.
Ana and Harold are both associated with their own distinct colours that help show the audience who
they are and highlight their differences. The pair seems like an unlikely couple because the colours
that represent them show very different things about their personalities and that they are very different
people. Ana is shown often in a red setting, and red is incorporated into her clothes and tattoos. The
colour signifies passion and danger, Harold the opposite. He is often seen around blue, the colour
associated with coldness. As the film progresses Harold begins to be with other colours, like red.
When Harold decides that he wants Ana he is wearing a red sweater, the colours that define him
change when he realises that he wants to be with her. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Ana surrounds herself with circles, the shapes in her house, bakery and on her tattoo are rounded and
circular. The shape has no edges or corners; it signifies infinity and the circle of life. It is flexible and
exists within itself, this shows you how Ana chooses to live her life, facing her fears with no corners to
hide in, showing off everything that she is made of. Harold is very often found around boxes and
squares or rectangular shapes, it makes Harold look boxed in and confided. The two are shown to be
very different though the use of symbols but eventually Harold is seen with more circles in his
surroundings once he becomes closer with Ana. The different body language the two uses also develop
the unlikelyness that they would be
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Cynthia Barnett Water Work
Among all of the resources in the world, there is one that we do not often consider to be diminishing.
The masses take this resource, water, for granted. When the average person takes a single look at a
world map, they see multiple blue oceans covering the Earth. But, although we are surrounded by
water, our clean water reserves dwindle rapidly. In her article, Water Works , Cynthia Barnett attempts
to bring this issue to greater light and offers her own solutions. While I agree with many of Barnett s
points, she fails to look at the arguments of her detractors to the detriment of her already flawed case.
Throughout the article, Barnett analyses the idea of water scarcity. She accentuates the fact that aging
infrastructure hampers our ability ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Her argument is focused on the Pacific Northwest, our rainy marine paradise. She speaks to a specific
population, citing the cultural significance of the salmon in this area (Barnett 2013). Unfortunately for
her message, this ignores the ranging climates and situations around the world, where her solutions
may not be as effective. While this may be persuasive towards the generally liberal population in the
region that likely already agrees with her, it offers little for people who live in drier regions. Even
within the United States, I have my doubts that Barnett s suggestions would work. For example, desert
regions in California and plains in the Midwest would not benefit from these ideas. The article s
biggest failing, however, is the view of the rest of the world. As Dr. Pierre Mukheibir, a civil engineer
with over 20 years experience in the water sector, points out in his article that about 1.2 billion people
live without access to clean drinking water. These people do not live in the Pacific Northwest, they
mostly live in developing countries in Africa (Mukheibir 1028). I think our resources and knowledge
would be better spent focusing on the lives of those suffering from the deprivation of human rights
instead of pinpointing specific areas and peoples in the United
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My Mother s First Job Essay
I was told to ask my mother ,Yaqueline Roman about her life, bring her down to memory lane and put
the spotlight on her. As an immigrant ,she told me, she crossed the border in 1995,she had to big
careful for the helicopter, since they had to pass a big hill to arrive to San Diego and thats how far The
Coyote would leave them .She arrived to Santa Ana,California at the age of 20 with nothing but her ex
husband and a 3 month old son. Yaqueline Roman, had a variety of jobs from factories,dollar stores
and restaurants. My mother s first job was being a cashier at a dollar store and would win about $3.30
an hour. Her Second Job was in a factory that was located in Chicago,Il. Her task there was too sharp
irons, that would be use to cut all types of things.She worked there from 1994 to 1997 and would win
about $4.00 per hour . My mother s third job was in a factory located in Chicago, Il and was working
there from 1997 to 1998. My mom task was to pack cookies, she would earn about $4.75 per hour. In
2000 to 2003 , she would go to the offices to ask for jobs and the agency was in Chicago ,Il. She
would earn about $5.15 an hour ,but she had to pay the agency about 20 dollars a week since they took
her and brought her back from the factories. In 2003 2004 she worked in Mundelein,Il and she had to
assemble screw drivers and would earn about $5.20 an hour. My mom current job is being a waitress
at Taco El Norte. She started in 2004 until now, she get about $ 3.50 an hour but
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XYZ Widget Case
Question 1: You are the Safety Director at XYZ Widget Company in Anytown, USA. Your new boss
has asked you to develop a 1 hour presentation hitting the highlights regarding OSHA inspections and
violations. Please provide an OUTLINE and EXPLANATION of your presentation. 1. Rights before
the inspection a. Fourth Amendment allows the employer the right to demand a warrant to establish
probable cause for the inspection and the scope of the inspection. 2. Opening Conference a. Can be
used to narrow the scope of the inspection presented by OSHA. b. Questions can be asked regarding
the purpose and probable cause of the inspection. c. How OSHA can collect information will be laid
out. Documents can be collected via written requests, interviews can ... Show more content on
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The employer also has to comply with all standards, rules, and regulations that are set forth by OSHA
and the OSH Act. Employers are required to inspect the workplace to insure they are up to OSHA
standards. Insure that employees are only using safe tools and equipment that are in their proper
condition. It should be easy for the employees to be aware of potential hazards by the employer
posting signs, using color codes, labels, or signs to convey warning. Employees must be trained in a
language that they understand. Operating procedures must be in place and properly communicated to
the employees to assure the employees follow safety and health standards. Employers that house or
use hazardous chemicals will be required to have hazardous communication program and for that all
the employees to be trained on exposure and precautions. Employers are to fund medical exams if
required by OSHA standards. The OSHA poster must placed in a prominent location at the workplace.
Records need to be kept of work related injuries and illnesses. The log of these injuries and illnesses
need to made available on February 1st for three months. Assure employees have access to medical
and exposure records. Provide a workplace free of discrimination. OSHA citations must be posted at
or near the work area where the infraction occurred. The citation must be in place for three working
days or until the
... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
Pompeii Research Paper
Every day natural causes contribute to the slow demise of Pompeii. For example, seasonal temperature
fluctuations damage ruins and artifacts, sunlight bleaches wall frescos, and torrential rains potentially
flood and collapse buildings. The interiors of buildings are vulnerable to dampness, especially the
walls and floors that house ancient artifacts, frescoes, and mosaics. Besides the effects of weathering,
inadequate excavation, restoration and conservation practices have contributed to the slow demise of
Pompeii (Amery 8). This paper examines the history of inappropriate excavation practices at the
historic site of Pompeii, which has brought further dilapidation of the city over the centuries. The
paper also considers the consequences ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The newly rediscovered city of Pompeii received significant attention during this era, as people
became interested to see the works of art displayed at the site. For the first time in 1764, Pompeii
received worldwide media attention from the discovery of the Temple of Isis, which attracted droves
of visitors to Naples. In 1771 visitors to the area increased, especially after the discovery of Via delle
Tombe, which contained the encased bodies of 18 women and children huddled on the temple s porch
(Amery 37). After 1860, significant work continued and the city was divided into nine topographical
regions so buildings could be identified and located on maps for easy access. To date, out of the 165
acres, two thirds of the area (110 acres) has been unearthed. The southwestern part of the city contains
the forum; it is the oldest part of the city that dates back to 6th century BC (World Heritage
... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
Recycling At The United Kingdom
Recycling is a process that continues to develop and become more popular within waste management.
As there is a wide amount of literature relating to this topic the following review will focus in on
aspects such as recycling behaviours and recycling in the curriculum.
Recycling in the United Kingdom
Recycling is the method by which waste is collected and processed into raw materials, which in turn
are processed into new products (Prestin and Pearce, 2010). This helps the UK comply with the EC
Landfill Directive targets that state to reduce the quantity of municipal waste going to landfill sites
(Kurz et al, 2007). The primary goal of recycling schemes is to increase the amount of material that is
collected and recycled, meaning that less waste is going to disposal (Lane and Wagner, 2013).
Woodard et al (2004) stated that the percentage of households in the United Kingdom involved in
recycling needed to continue to increase to reach the national target of recycling household waste,
therefore local authorities got involved in incentives, which is discussed later in the review. (Woodard
et al, 2004). A main concern in modern society is the current state of the environment; it is a topic that
is frequently examined in research. It has been found that people want to act in a way to enhance
sustainability in the environment and recycling is a fairly simple behaviour which has a major impact
on this. Recycling is also economically feasible whilst having great impacts on the
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Summary Of Child Labor In Upton Sinclair s The Jungle
In 1906, American novelist and journalist Upton Sinclair wrote a novel, The Jungle that exposed the
bad working condition to immigrants in Chicago and the nasty meat packing factory. One of the big
issue in this book is child labor. In the book, a child called Stanislovas Lukoszaite, he was working in
a meat packing factory. Although in 1906 there are laws against child labor, but the law is not really
enforced. He was just a 13 years old child and during Chicago s snow storm he loses the use of his
three fingers, after that he started selling newspaper in Chicago. When he was 15, he gets a job in
another factory. One day he drank too much beer and fall asleep in the factory, at the morning people
found his dead body and the reason of his ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Coffee, farmers refuse to pay their laborers and workers suffer from beatings intimidations. Tobacco,
workers suffers from nicotine poisoning and absorb up to 54 milligrams of nicotine daily through their
skin, equal to the amount of 50 cigarettes. People probably think, what is the reason that causes child
labor. As the result, the reason of child labor is poverty, illiteracy, early married parents, war and
disaster. Children from poor family might be forced to support and work for their parents. Illiteracy, In
the developing countries, due to lack of employment opportunities or education, children may be work
in factory to provide food and clothing for family, instead of attending school. Also, war and disasters
will fuel child labor. In conflict and disasters, parents may lose their jobs and school might be
destroyed, children may be forced to start work. In Afghanistan, years of armed conflicts have fueled
poverty and child labor, at least a quarter of Afghanistan s 5 to 14 year olds work to raise their families
but they usually working long hours with little or no pay. A 15 year old Afghan boy s brother and
sister were working since they are five. They had been working in brick making, to clean the ground,
take a shovel and pick a pickaxe, everyone is at work. What is the consequences and impact of child
labor? First, children who work will lost their childhood, children should play with friend
... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
Berlin Wall Analysis
Identification and Evaluation of Sources The investigation will answer the question of What lead to
the construction of the Berlin Wall? The construction of the Berlin Wall is a significant part of history
that needs to be properly investigated to understand the motives and impacts it had on the citizens of
Berlin and the people of the world. This investigation will focus on analyzing valuable sources such as
Berlin: The Wall is not Forever, The Ghosts of Berlin: Confronting German History in the Urban
Landscape, and Daily Life Behind the Iron Curtain. These sources have detailed accounts of the daily
lives of those impacted as well as other relevant information both before and after, relating to the
events that may have led to the construction or the impact that the fall of the wall had on the citizens
of Berlin. Berlin: The Wall is not Forever by Eleanor Dulles is a book about the construction of the
Berlin Wall and it has a focus on the question of whether or not the wall will come down. The book
describes the wall and the impact it had on the citizens for Berlin. The book also provides information
about Berlin before the wall was built to give an idea of the reasoning behind the construction. The
value of this source is that the book was written shortly after the time that the wall was built so it is
from a similar perspective which helps to feel what the people of Berlin felt and to feel what the rest
of the world felt. A limitation of this source is that
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Paul Tagliabue On Gambling In Sport
On a June morning in 1991, the most powerful men in American sports gathered to petition a Senate
subcommittee to stop the spread of something they saw as a growing evil.
We do not want our games to be used as bait to sell gambling, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue
said. We have to make it clear to the athletes, the fans and the public, gambling is not a part of sport,
period.
Tagliabue s argument helped push the passage the following year of the Professional and Amateur
Sports Protection Act, which confined legal sports betting to Nevada and three other states. More than
20 years later, America s widespread legal ban on sports gambling is under siege like never before.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, whose predecessor David Stern sat alongside
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Ethical Dilemma And Moral Dilemma
GNED 212 Jorawar Singh 30877727 Section 004 Date/Time of Class Wednesday 3:30 PM Part 1
Ethical/Moral Dilemma: Defination Ethical dilemma or moral dilemma is a scenario in which a person
has to make choices/decisions depending on the situation or by keeping the net happiness in his mind.
He also thinks about the consequences of the decision he will make. In this scenario, I will be
describing an ethical dilemma that I faced when I worked with an IT firm. My team leader was
stealing from the company. He used to steal the network cable and other networking tools from the
company storage unit. I started to dig this matter and I came to know that after stealing, he was selling
that tools into local market. It was his side business and he was earning pretty good. But one day, there
was a surprise inventory check conducted by our manager. In that report a huge amount of losses were
there. So a notice was issued to all employee regarding the inside stealing and we were asked to give
the other person name and our name would be not disclosed. At that point of time I faced an ethical
dilemma, whether to give the name of my team leader with a fear of losing my job or whether to keep
quiet and let him steal more stuff till no one catches him. Part 2 Philosophical model: To solve my
ethical dilemma, I will be using Deontology as my philosophical model. Deontology is a Greek word
originated from Deon meaning obligation/morality or duty. It is
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Essay on The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children
Traditional research to ascertain the effects of living with domestic violence on children conducted
psychological test to measure children s competency and development. Development psychologists
experimented on children in laboratory settings, if the level of competency demonstrated by a child
was below average for their age and stage of development, witnessing domestic violence was deemed
to be the cause. To know whether a child has been harmed by their experiences we need to how
normal children function and develop (Archard 197). But there is no universally agreed timeless norm
of children s health and development. Some psychologists believe domestic violence effects the way
that children think and can cause pre mature ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Children also develop psychological coping mechanisms such as; blocking out the violence or on the
contrary, monitoring it closely as a means of feeling in control; children may also talk about their
experiences to a person, pet or object (McGee 2000). Very young children can only show their distress
through their health and behaviour, for example: Sleep disturbances, eating problems, unnatural
quietness and clinginess.
Professionals disregard some of the complex and diverse coping mechanisms children possess by
labelling them as psychosomatic disorders, personality defects or the beginnings of an addiction to
violence. Based on studies of child development in what Jaffe et al (1990) call normal families, a
range of adjustment difficulties can be identified. Difficulties include: increased anxiety,
psychosomatic illness including headaches, abdominal complaints, asthma, ulcers, stuttering,
depression, sadness, withdrawal, fear, a reduction in understanding social situations including
thoughts and feelings of other people (Saunders 1995:10). Behaviours such as: excessive cruelty to
animals, teenage boys beating their girlfriends, disobedience, destructiveness, aggression, nervous
demeanour and children running away from home.
This research was produced within the rigid ethnocentric framework of children s cognitive
development
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Globalization Is The Increasing Inter Connectedness Of...
1. Globalization is defined in the book as the increasing inter connectedness of people and places
through converging economic, political, and cultural activities. Cultures and countries are now linked
much more than they used to be in the past as technology continues to grow. It s becoming cheaper
and easier to set up technology in lesser developed countries as well as that it continues to grow in
more developed countries. Fast food restaurants are now changing and transferring to other countries
and changing the menu to the culture of that country in an attempt to make more money. These
restaurants from America transferring to other countries are causing diets to become unhealthy much
as they have in America. Most American s don t go a week without eating at some fast food restaurant.
Western consumerist culture has also transferred. America is absolutely infatuated with spending to
get what they think they need when in actuality they don t. Most scholars believe that economic
organization is a large part of globalization. It includes global communications that link all people. It
also includes better transportation systems, transnational business strategies, and promotion of free
trade. There are many positives to globalization. One of which is more money being put into lesser
developed countries. This is a plus because this causes people in those countries to be able to succeed
and support themselves. Also governments of different countries can better work together
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Analysis Of About A Boy By Nick Hornby
About a boy, written in 1998 by Nick Hornby explores the themes of mental health, 1990 s culture and
family through the friendship of two characters; Will, a thirty six year old bachelor and Marcus, A 12
year old outcast. In about a boy, the author has used a range of aesthetic devices that shape character
representation. An Aesthetic device is an element that authors intentionally use to create
intellectual/emotional responses in their novel. This analytical essay will explore how Nick Hornby
has used irony, point of view and stream of consciousness to shape character representation.
Irony is a technique that is used (through a character or plot development) to convey an intention or
attitude opposite to what is literally stated. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Essentially, the point of view allows readers to form a relationship and understanding of characters.
The point of view is instrumental in manipulating the readers understanding of the narrative as it can
allow or prevent characters from accessing the story objectively. The novel About a Boy by Nick
Hornby deals with the problems of two different people, both in age and personality. Even though they
are different in age, attitudes toward life and personality, they are similar in many different ways (e.g.
Both lonely with no friends). The first seven chapters of the book are mainly about Marcus, however,
Will; the thirty six year old bachelor is also introduced. Throughout the book, the author adjusts
perspectives by switching between characters in first person. This creates a personal relationship with
the reader to both of the characters and allows us to get an understanding of point of view and
motivations. One example of point of view in the novel occurs after Fiona s attempted suicide when a
narrator tells the reader about Marcus s thoughts and feelings; saying this was the scariest thing he had
ever seen by a million miles and he knew that he would have to think about it forever (P58) . Another
example of point of view in About a Boy is when a narrator tells the reader about Will s attitude
towards life and relationships; saying Great sex, a lot of ego massage, temporary parenthood without
tears and a guilt free Parting, what more
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  • 2. Essay about Comparison of McCarthyism and the U.S. Patriot... Through the 1940s and 1950s, America was beleaguered with anxieties about the menace of communism arising in Eastern Europe and China. Profiting out of such worries of the nation, young Senator Joseph McCarthy made an open charge that hundreds of card carrying communists had penetrate in the United States government. Although his allegations were found ultimately to be false and the Senate reproached him for improper ways, his ardent shakeup heralded as one of the most tyrannical era in 20th century American politics. While the House Un American Activities Committee (HUAA) had been made in 1938 as a body to resist communists, McCarthy s charges enhanced the political nervousness of the epoch. The suspicious chase for moles, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The law also needed all foreign residents in the United States over 14 years of age to report an all inclusive declaration of their private and professional position and a testimony of their political viewpoints. The main objective of the Alien Registration Act was to destabilize the American Communist Party and other left leaning political pressure lobbies in the Unites States. It was decided that the HUAC had been set up by Congress in 1938 to examine people distrusted of being unpatriotic and hence more bent to oust the government (McCarthysm, spartacus.schoolnet.co). Modern researches, of course, show opposing viewpoints about McCarthysm as interpreted during the cold war days and now. It also sometimes, finds the Patriot Act as having some very significant and positive sides and that the act should not be merely seen as an appendage to McCarthyism. Starting with ballot and crime figures, Amitai Etzioni, a Carter government advisor on domestic affairs and the present director of the Institute of Communitarian Policy Studies at George Washington University, argues that civic security actions can be vital to democracy but not that any and all security dealings augment liberty. In his book How Patriotic is the Patriot Act? Freedom Versus Security in the Age of Terrorism (2004), he specifies safety measures embarked on the U.S. since September 11th. Foreshadowing the menaces including ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. How Does John Keats Use Personification In The Four Seasons In The Human Seasons the author, John Keats, uses personification while describing the four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. There is such a deeper meaning to this poem than one may realize.The four seasons actually represents distinctive phases/stages that are terrifically vital for life to exist. Tho s stages are birth, childhood, adulthood, and death.This is proven by Keats when he states that Four Seasons fill the measure of the year; There are four seasons in the mind of man. By stating that He has his lusty Spring, when fancy clear Takes in all beauty with an easy span, the author is describing spring as being a period of lust and when everything is beautiful (aka. birth). When Keats states that He has his Summer, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. America Is A Melting Pot America is a melting pot made up of people from many different races and ethnic backgrounds, so why are the American news broadcasters predominantly white men in their late forties? News represents the American society so therefore American broadcasters should reflect society as a whole. In addition, many people consider news anchors role models and it is important to see themselves represented and trust their news source. The lack of diversity among newscasters impacts the audience s reception of the news. People are more likely to trust news sources that they relate to and identify with. Many people do not even notice the lack of diversity or understand the impact it has on society. There needs to be more of an effort to reflect diversity among our newscasters to correct the history of discrimination, to accurately reflect the audience and to provide role models and promote positive images. The United States is called a melting pot because the the varied groups of people that live in the country and interact every day, but the country also has an ugly history or discrimination against women and minorities. The broadcasting industry has been guilty of this discrimination. There has been blatant discrimination against women newscasters. Women journalists initially had difficulty breaking into the broadcast news field and did not begin to make real strides towards equality until the 1960s and 1970s ( Irvin) . This is very discouraging to young women interested in this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Symptoms And Treatment Of Adolescent Disorders Psychiatry has utilized lithium to treat affective disorders since the late 1940s; however, roughly 30 years passed until its effect on the thyroid gland was observed.1 Lithium induced hypothyroidism is a common consequence of lithium usage2 with an estimated prevalence rate between 6 and 52%.3 However, lithium induced hyperthyroidism (LIH) is rare and infrequently reported in literature,1,2,4,5 with an incidence of 0.1%.5, 6 LIH usually occurs with long term lithium treatment and typically presents as a painless and transient thyroiditis with proposed causality directed towards lithium s toxic effect on the thyroid or a diffuse/toxic multinodular goiter.1, 5, 7 Autoimmunity and autoantibody production may be another culprit in the development of LIH, which has been demonstrated in 20% of lithium treated patients compared to 7.5% untreated.5, 8 Lithium and antipsychotics are often prescribed concomitantly in clinical practice. While LIH is a rare occurrence, antipsychotic induced akathisia is more prevalent with an incidence rate of up to 30% reported.9 Akathisia is a movement disorder typically characterized by an inability to sit still and/or inner restlessness, which includes rocking, pacing, and fidgeting.10, 11 The distress and subjective feelings of akathisia may be mistaken as symptoms of a patient s psychiatric disorder. Frequently, psychosis may appear more evident during akathisia due to increased agitation.12 Psychiatric manifestations have also been ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Primark Structural and Organisation Report Contents:Introduction: Page 3Product Information and Marketing: Page 4Financial Position: Page 5Financial Performance: Page 6Company Information: Pages 7Consolidated Income Statement: Page 8Consolidated Balance Sheet: Page 9Company Balance Sheet: Page 10Bibliography: Page 11Managerial Finance Report: Primark Stores LimitedIntroductionPrimark Stores Limited is a subsidiary of Associated British Foods PLC, and Primark has become a well established family name in recent years. It has set a benchmark for many companies to follow in a segment of the market labelled the value sector . The company was founded to produce clothing that is value for money, in other words you are paying for the quality of the product and not for the label that come ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Primark gives the discerning dresser a choice between designer clothes, or their cheaper, high quality own brand clothing. This is backed up by one of today s top business newspaper Forget Prada, fashionists have discovered Primark, a cut price chain leading a new consumer trend the rise of cheapskate Britain. (http://www.primark.co.uk/downloads/Primark%20Brochure%20AW.pdf)Primark will continue to prosper as a company and expand in today s clothes retailing sector which consumers are finding irresistible by simply sticking to the company s motto Look good, pay less Financial PositionHow much has been invested in fixed assets?Fixed assets for 2005 : £ 208MFixed assets for 2006 : £ 487MTherefore, there was an increase of 134.1% between 2005 and 2006. Each element of the fixed assets has increased. What are the sources of long term finance?The sources of long term finance are the long term liabilities: in 2005, there were liabilities of £ 824M and in 2006 of £ 637 M, so, a decrease of 23%. Gearing ratio (2005) = 18%Gearing ratio (2006) = 14%The gearing ratio reveals a level of gearing that would not normally be considered to be very high. The ratio reveals a little decrease in the level of gearing over the year. There was a decrease in the relative contribution of long term lenders to the financing of the business. We can see from the balance sheet that there was a substantial decrease of interest bearing loans (from £ 539M in 2005 to £ ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Incident Command System Vs Ics For my Emergency Support Function assignment, I choose to research, and discuss the Incident Command System ICS and the National Management Incident System NMICS . In this paper I will compare the similarities, and differences the advantages and disadvantages of each system, as it pertains to the Emergency Management System. The ICS system is a personnel management structure through which disaster response is controlled. ICS was developed by the State of California as a method by which earthquakes and other emergencies could be handled efficiently. Flexibility is a main tenet of ICS. When properly implemented, the system allows the development of a command chain of any size that can include government agencies and non government organizations alike. Catlin Tidwell University of Washington The ICS system is broken down in seven ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is a division of labor, each unit is assigned a specific function to perform. Span of control. Submits are established to limit the number of personnel directly supervised by each unit manager. This is usually five subordinates, but the number can range from three to seven. Unit integrity. Personnel from a given professional discipline (e.g., police or fire) are assigned to the same unit in the emergency response organization to facilitate teamwork and also to simplify record keeping. Unified command. Most incidents are managed by a single Incident Commander (IC), but a Unified Command team manages the emergency response when multiple agencies have statutory authority and responsibility for a specific type of incident. Management of objectives. Senior incident managers develop actions plans that include specific, measurable objectives and evaluate their effectiveness by monitoring the achievement of these objectives. Comprehensive resource management. The IC or Unified Command team direct the allocation of all resources including personnel, facilities, vehicles, and equipment to emergency ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Chiapas Research Paper Estado Liber y Soberano de Chiapas, Free and Sovereign State of Chiapas, also known as just Chiapas is one of the 32 federal entities that exist in Mexico. It is located in southeastern Mexico, it is the southern most state in Mexico. Chiapas also has a coastline along the Pacific Ocean. Near Teapa, rainfall in that region can average to more than 3,000mm per year and the rainfall amount decreases as you move to the south. It s climate in several areas allows some Chiapas regions to have cloud forests similar to those of the Reserva de la Biosfera el Triunfo. Chiapas is divided into 122 municipalities and it s capital city Tuxtla Guiterrez. Chiapas is home to some of the most beautiful ancient Mayan ruins of Palenque, Yaxchilan, Bonapack, and Chinkultic, as well as being a home to one of the largest indigenous populations in the country with twelve recognized ethnicities. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the pre colombian era, recent excavations in the Soconusco region in that states show that the oldest civilization to have existed in Chiapas would have be that of Mokaya, existing and thriving as early as 1500BCE which makes it one of the oldest in Mesoamerica. During it s prelatic era, it has already been discovered that Chiapas is not Olmec, but it is known that they had close relations to them. Undergoing extremely well planned importing and exporting, parts of Chiapas can be seen to have Olmec influenced architecture and products that had originally been made in the Olmec civilization, including things such as amber, magnetite, and ilmenite. In the classic period in this region is when the Mayan civilization thrived, giving way for the ruins located in modern day ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Brief Summary Of The Book The Outsiders The book, The Outsiders, is a fantastic book that you should definitely re read. If you had read the book before then you would know that the book is about a 14 year old boy named Ponyboy Curtis with his two brothers Sodapop, a sixteen year old, and Darrel, a twenty year old who have recently lost their parents. Now he has to deal with his idea of being separated from society. Common Sense Media book gave the book a ⅘ starts and stated, Hinton wrote this at age 16, so the plot has some too easy resolutions; such literary missteps are overcome by the power of her honest teen point of view, which rings so true to young readers. This quote shows that being a teenanger is one of the perfect times to read the book and re reading will give a similar ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Jesse Greene s Articles on the Issues Around Same Sex... For the past three years, Jesse Greene, journalist for the New York Magazine, has been focused on the insight of the relationships and lives of people in the L(esbian)G(ay)B(isexual)T(ransgender) community. In the article, From I do to I m done , he writes about a gay couple, Kevin Muir and Sam Ritchie, who have been together since 1997. They have been in a relationship much like a normal couple would, they lived with each other, they had shared real estate, credit cards, etc. Jesse describes them as having a happy and healthy relationship after they got married on May 8th, 2004. Going into their marriage, the desire for children became more serious and they began to look into adoption. Jesse describes their journey through the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The editors of The Slant are: Stephanie Fairyington, a present freelanced writer for New York. She is a former fact checker and her work has appeared on CNN, Huffington Post, the New York Observer, and many other news sources. The next editor is Shirley Velasquez. She too is a freelanced editor and writer who was a researcher for Rolling Stone and Women s Health. Her work has appeared in Glamour, Woman s Day, The New York Sun, Patriot Acts: Narratives of Post 9/11 Injustice (McSweeney s/Voice of Witness) and many other places. These two well knows writers decided to interview Jesse Greene because of a memoir he wrote called The Velveteen Father: An Unexpected Journey to Parenthood, lives in Brooklyn Heights with his partner and two sons. When he began his studies of identity and sexuality on young children, he worked with expert psychiatrists, psychologist, and social workers in New York to understand gender dysmorphia, a condition in which one s biological gender does not match one s self perception or brain gender. Through his help, he was able to find families dealing with a child going through this condition at a young age. Going into is study, he had a stereotypical view of transgender, gay and lesbian individual but, ironically, he was gay himself. For 11 months, he interviewed 30 people and their families to see what children deal with when they feel like they don t belong to their gender and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Taking a Look at Prions Though a relatively new institution, the realm of public health has been fairly consistent from its conception. Using a methodology centered in evidence based, population approach health studies, scientists have been given the means to fight and control disease around the world. Traditionally, a communicable disease is caused by one of three foreign agents: bacteria, parasites, viruses. While quite different, these four agents have much in common, including their adherence to Koch s germ theory, their reliance on human hosts, and methods of transmission. In the last twenty years or so, however, the scientific community has encountered a fifth type of pathogen that is completely different in size, composition, and the disease it causes the prion. In its simplest form, a prion is a protein in a misfolded form. Essentially, this protein propagates by transmitting its misfolded state to other proteins in its host, specifically in cranial and neural tissue. The altered structure of the protein, which constitutes the prion, is extremely stable, and cannot be denatured by chemical and physical agents. The harm comes to the human or animal when the prions aggregate extracellularly in the central nervous system, creating plaques and holes in the tissue diseases that are caused by prions are known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs). The recent discovery of prions, though rare in existence, pose a serious threat to the consistency of public health and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Decathlon China case report 2013 [DECATHLON CHINA: USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO PENETRATE THE INTERNET MARKET] CASE 2 INDIVIDUAL REPORT K 603 Information Systems Table of Content: Executive Summary 2 Key Issues 3 SWOT Analysis 5 Porter s Five Forces 6 Strategic Alternatives 7 Recommendations 9 Implementation Strategy 10 Additional Costs 12 Conclusion 13 Bibliography 14 Appendix 1 15 Appendix 2 16 Executive Summary Decathlon, established in 1976, is a French manufacturer and retailer of sporting ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Strategic Alternatives: Alternative 1 Optimise Social Media Strategy and introduce Online Store on www.decathlon.com.ch Pros: In order to create positive brand experience, become the leader in the Chinese sporting goods market and develop customer trust, powerful social media strategy was needed to help the brand to increase its presence online through optimised social media channels like Renren, Kaixin001 and 8264.com to create online community, promote its products and compete powerfully with its rivalries. Chinese consumers of sporting goods are very socially active online. They like to purchase products while consulting with others. Social media outlets are perfect to create positive buzz around the brand and strengthen the it s reputation online as well as introduce the customer to purchasing the product on line through www.decathlon.com.ch by creating the same look and feel as in retail store. Taobao, being the biggest retailer in China, has high consumer stickiness due to its bargain prices, stellar customer service, high level of trust among consumers, is uniquely positioned to optimise sales of Decathlon products online. Cons: Managing multiple social media outlets in a timely manner can be costly and time consuming. Decathlon must be prepared to adopt always on strategy when interacting with customers, which must start with internal preparedness in eCommerce and IT departments. Alternative 2 Focus on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. November Cotton Flower By Jean Toomer Analysis Jean Toomer s poem November Cotton Flower is a curious narrative work which tells a tale of surprise and superstition. It chronicles the story of a grim and lifeless November, where water reserves have dried, birds are dying, and cotton plants are bare. This barren landscape is flipped on its head, however, when a lone cotton plant defies everything people know about plant growth and sprouts a flower. The sudden blooming of this flower serves as a potent analogy for the Harlem Renaissance, a sudden outburst of creation, culture, and connection, that drew millions of African Americans from across the country. The Harlem Renaissance was a massive beacon of hope for many African Americans. The great wealth of artistic and social innovations ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Discussing The Intricate And Intimate Connections Between... 1. Why does Sommers discuss the intricate and intimate connections between herself, her daughters and her parents on pages 293 295? Why does she look at her family? She says that Love (as well as writing) involves a radical loss of certainty (295). How does that loss of certainty apply to writing as well as relationships in Sommers experience? Because of Sommers love for reading often alludes to her family life, she is able to introduce the reader to her family and her thoughts behind words in a neat fashion. I assume that her family life has really shaped her as a person. I think she wants to be be able to absorb lots of information from the world around her. She says, I want to understand these living, breathing, primary sources all around me. (295). This quote is important because, it shows the type of mindset Sommers is in. Her mindset, being one that is willing to be open to new discoveries and different perspectives. She looks at her family for inspiration from the world. She makes connections between her family members, the things she s learned from books and other sources shaping her as a person. She often pondered to herself when her daughter asked for typically feminine items like makeup, thinking if there is an underlying meaning to it. As a result she states, Love (as well as writing) involves a radical loss of certainty (295). She shows her readers this loss of certainty in her family life, as well as in her writing throughout the whole text ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Drugs and Homeostasis Biology 3201 STSE Drugs and Homeostasis  Submitted To: Mr. King Submitted By: Chelsea Hamen Date Due: October 28th Understanding Concepts: 1.) Clinical Depression is the most frequently encountered mental illness. Clinical depression is now considered a physical condition in which there is a fault in the brain chemistry. It may afflict up to 5% or more of the population. Symptoms of depression include a distinct change in mood accompanied with an extreme feeling of hopelessness. Other symptoms include: loss of appetite; weight loss; headaches; sleeplessness; loss of energy; and tiredness. Symptoms of anxiety are also quite common. Suicide is common in about 15% of depressed patients. Bipolar Disorder is also known as manic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Rohypnol is a drug associated with rave parties and comes from the benzodiazepine family. It is considered to be the date rape drug and has become famous for its use in committing sexual assault. It is often given to an unsuspecting victim by dissolving it in beverage while they are unaware. It is similar to Valium TM but has ten times its strength. In combination with alcohol, it can be deadly. Rohypnol is highly addictive and has severe withdrawal symptoms. Its use can cause deep sedation, respiratory distress, blackouts for up 24 hours, and amnesia. Ecstasy is known as Methylene Dioxy Meth Amphetamine (MDMA) and has street names such as X, Rolls, E, Adam, Beans and Buddies. The initial use of ecstasy results in: increased heart rate; increased blood pressure; dilation of pupils and bronchi; brain stimulation; increased motor activity; tightening of jaw muscles; grinding of jaws; overheating; sweating; heat stroke; and dehydration. The long term use of ecstasy can result in irreparable brain damage. 3.) Higher doses of designer drugs can result in paranoia, depression and violent irrational behaviour. In general, designer drugs can create a wide range of physical problems such as: hypertension; uncontrolled tremors; total paralysis; seizures; permanent drain damage; and death. 4.) Opioids are typically used to treat pain. They can produce a feeling of euphoria by affecting regions of the brain that enable us to perceive
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  • 17. Concert Analysis Of A Concert The concert that I attended was played by Michael Kirkendoll on Wednesday, November 8 at Beall Concert Hall. Kirkendoll played two pieces during the performance. The first was called Marriage, Mile 55 From the Road, which talked about the disturbing tale of a man that explains how he murdered his wife. The second piece, De Profundis, talked about a distal longing for love from a homosexual man who was arrested because of who he loved. The first piece, Marriage, Mile 55 From the Road, was played as a piano solo, with other forms of instrumentation coming from Kirkendoll using his voice including both lyrical dictation and simple sound effects. He also used the piano as a percussion instrument and a string instrument by slapping and hitting the wooden sides and reaching over into the belly of the piano and plucking the strings like a guitar. There was not a specific tempo used for this song, as it changed many times because the lyrical parts. Many times, the lyrics would dictate tempo. Dissonance was used mainly because of the minor notation. This fit perfectly into the horror theme that the composer was trying to express in his work. There was not a defined tempo as Kirkendoll changed the timing in order to build suspense and further the plot. To my untrained ears, Kirkendoll sounded like he was jumping around on the keyboard rather than keeping a specific tempo. The music being played was complex to play, but especially hard to understand. The song Marriage, was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Cuckoo s Nest Psychiatry A more negative portrayal of the institution system is shown in One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest (1975) directed by Milos Forman. It is considered to demonstrate the changing face of psychiatry. The film which was based on Ken Kesey s book of the same title, was made during the period which is known as the Anti Psychiatry Movement during the 60 s and 70 s. The public s consciousness around the reality of psychiatric institutions and psychiatry itself was developing in a different way. A number of theorists worked together in order to outline the issues which were still a major part in psychiatry. (Fleming and Manvell, 1985) In his book Madness and Civilisation: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason (1964), Michael Foucault discussed the nature of asylums as a way of institutional control (Donaldson, 2005). He argued that the running of these institutes were not effective at all and infact harmful to the patients (Donaldson, 2005). It was pointed out that all the patients were forced to accept a role given to them set by the institute (Fleming and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Then, physicians and especially psychiatrists began to call illness (that is, of course mental illness) anything and everything in which they could detect a sign of malfunctioning, based on no matter what norm (Fleming and Manvell, 1985). R.D Laing talked about the labeling of illness as a way of social control in The Politics of Experience and The Birds of Paradise (1967) (Donaldson, 2005). Laing saw psychiatry as a political profession that is used to repress individuality. (Fleming and Manvell, 1985). During this time, psychiatry s authority was questioned as it is shown in the 1975 production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest. In the film we see the free spirited R.P. McMurphy, played by Jack Nicholson, banished to a psychiatric unit rather than prison for committing statutory ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Rhetorical Analysis Of The Appeal By Stephan H. Browne The rhetorical analysis of the Appeal by Stephan H. Browne gives further insight about perfectibilism in the document. In the third chapter of Rhetoric Public Affairs: Angelina Grimke: Rhetoric, Identity, and the Radical Imagination, Browne contends that Angelina Grimke employed a rhetorical strategy for the reimagining of community and reconceiving of past, to encourage acceptance for her abolitionist vision of the future. In the Appeal, Angelina focused toward her audience of southern Christian women and seeks to use that understanding to connect with them and contend that the abolitionist cause cares for them. She also uses her analysis of biblical matters to reinterpret the meaning of the bible and its significance to these women and their time. The bible is thus contended to be a basis for condemning and opposing slavery, and that by their status, of them as Christian women in the context of Southern plantation society, they should work to oppose it. This is followed by a prescription of action tailored to both the audience s religious tendencies, and to the possible actions they may take in the context of their social status. This portrayal of the Appeal s rhetoric suggests a form of perfectibilism in the interpretation of the past and community basis. Rather than merely calling out problems in the past about how American and particularly southern society has engaged in slavery, it works to change the basis of historical community for her audience. The bible is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Anne Sexton Anne Sexton Michealangelo, perhaps the most gifted sculptor and painter of all times, once said that geniuses stand on the shoulders of other geniuses. As Michelangelo built upon the brilliance of his predecessors, Anne Sexton does the same in her collection of poems entitled Transformations. She renovated fairy tales as told by the Brothers Grimm by adding her own life experiences and view of contemporary culture, hammering away until she built an entirely new art form. Anne Sexton has had a notable effect upon the literary genre of fairy tales through this shocking transformation of classic tales. Anne Sexton was born in Newton, Massachusetts on November 9, 1928 to Ralph and Mary Gray Staples Harvey. Her life as a child and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Orne, M.D., Ph.D., her psychologist who encouraged her to write poetry as part of the psychological healing process (Middlebrook xiii xviii). With this encouragement Anne published her first book of poetry, To Bedlam and Part Way Back, in 1960 (McCartan 2). The book was well received and marked the beginning of her rise to the top. 1967 another major year in Sexton s career; she won the Pulitzer Prize for Live or Die. Transformations, her book of poetic fairy tales, was published later in 1971. On October 4, 1974, shortly after the release of Transformations, Anne could no longer stand the pressures of her existence and committed suicide. This biographical information is essential to understanding Anne Sexton s influence on the fairy tale because her transformations of the Grimm Brother s work rises out of her personal turmoil. Most of Sexton s works before and after Transformations are of the confessional style, but through her poetic transformations of fairy tales, Sexton gives herself a more discrete outlet for her passions (Ostriker 255). Her biographer Diane Middlebrook notes that the poems were a way to place her struggles in legend rather than personal history (37). The intensely metaphorical characters of Sexton s fairy poetry are one example of this. For instance, Judith the cold and neglectful mother in Snow White surely represents Sexton s own callous mother (Middlebrook 37). Sexton s father is also recognizable in her work as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Comparing Harold And Ana In Stranger Than Fiction Harold and Ana are portrayed as an unlikely couple and their odd relationship is revealed through the use of film techniques. These people are both characters from Marc Forster s stranger than fiction film. The director used techniques such as colour, symbols and body language to show the difference between the two and the unlikeliness of their relationship. Ana and Harold are both associated with their own distinct colours that help show the audience who they are and highlight their differences. The pair seems like an unlikely couple because the colours that represent them show very different things about their personalities and that they are very different people. Ana is shown often in a red setting, and red is incorporated into her clothes and tattoos. The colour signifies passion and danger, Harold the opposite. He is often seen around blue, the colour associated with coldness. As the film progresses Harold begins to be with other colours, like red. When Harold decides that he wants Ana he is wearing a red sweater, the colours that define him change when he realises that he wants to be with her. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ana surrounds herself with circles, the shapes in her house, bakery and on her tattoo are rounded and circular. The shape has no edges or corners; it signifies infinity and the circle of life. It is flexible and exists within itself, this shows you how Ana chooses to live her life, facing her fears with no corners to hide in, showing off everything that she is made of. Harold is very often found around boxes and squares or rectangular shapes, it makes Harold look boxed in and confided. The two are shown to be very different though the use of symbols but eventually Harold is seen with more circles in his surroundings once he becomes closer with Ana. The different body language the two uses also develop the unlikelyness that they would be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Cynthia Barnett Water Work Among all of the resources in the world, there is one that we do not often consider to be diminishing. The masses take this resource, water, for granted. When the average person takes a single look at a world map, they see multiple blue oceans covering the Earth. But, although we are surrounded by water, our clean water reserves dwindle rapidly. In her article, Water Works , Cynthia Barnett attempts to bring this issue to greater light and offers her own solutions. While I agree with many of Barnett s points, she fails to look at the arguments of her detractors to the detriment of her already flawed case. Throughout the article, Barnett analyses the idea of water scarcity. She accentuates the fact that aging infrastructure hampers our ability ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her argument is focused on the Pacific Northwest, our rainy marine paradise. She speaks to a specific population, citing the cultural significance of the salmon in this area (Barnett 2013). Unfortunately for her message, this ignores the ranging climates and situations around the world, where her solutions may not be as effective. While this may be persuasive towards the generally liberal population in the region that likely already agrees with her, it offers little for people who live in drier regions. Even within the United States, I have my doubts that Barnett s suggestions would work. For example, desert regions in California and plains in the Midwest would not benefit from these ideas. The article s biggest failing, however, is the view of the rest of the world. As Dr. Pierre Mukheibir, a civil engineer with over 20 years experience in the water sector, points out in his article that about 1.2 billion people live without access to clean drinking water. These people do not live in the Pacific Northwest, they mostly live in developing countries in Africa (Mukheibir 1028). I think our resources and knowledge would be better spent focusing on the lives of those suffering from the deprivation of human rights instead of pinpointing specific areas and peoples in the United ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. My Mother s First Job Essay I was told to ask my mother ,Yaqueline Roman about her life, bring her down to memory lane and put the spotlight on her. As an immigrant ,she told me, she crossed the border in 1995,she had to big careful for the helicopter, since they had to pass a big hill to arrive to San Diego and thats how far The Coyote would leave them .She arrived to Santa Ana,California at the age of 20 with nothing but her ex husband and a 3 month old son. Yaqueline Roman, had a variety of jobs from factories,dollar stores and restaurants. My mother s first job was being a cashier at a dollar store and would win about $3.30 an hour. Her Second Job was in a factory that was located in Chicago,Il. Her task there was too sharp irons, that would be use to cut all types of things.She worked there from 1994 to 1997 and would win about $4.00 per hour . My mother s third job was in a factory located in Chicago, Il and was working there from 1997 to 1998. My mom task was to pack cookies, she would earn about $4.75 per hour. In 2000 to 2003 , she would go to the offices to ask for jobs and the agency was in Chicago ,Il. She would earn about $5.15 an hour ,but she had to pay the agency about 20 dollars a week since they took her and brought her back from the factories. In 2003 2004 she worked in Mundelein,Il and she had to assemble screw drivers and would earn about $5.20 an hour. My mom current job is being a waitress at Taco El Norte. She started in 2004 until now, she get about $ 3.50 an hour but ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. XYZ Widget Case Question 1: You are the Safety Director at XYZ Widget Company in Anytown, USA. Your new boss has asked you to develop a 1 hour presentation hitting the highlights regarding OSHA inspections and violations. Please provide an OUTLINE and EXPLANATION of your presentation. 1. Rights before the inspection a. Fourth Amendment allows the employer the right to demand a warrant to establish probable cause for the inspection and the scope of the inspection. 2. Opening Conference a. Can be used to narrow the scope of the inspection presented by OSHA. b. Questions can be asked regarding the purpose and probable cause of the inspection. c. How OSHA can collect information will be laid out. Documents can be collected via written requests, interviews can ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The employer also has to comply with all standards, rules, and regulations that are set forth by OSHA and the OSH Act. Employers are required to inspect the workplace to insure they are up to OSHA standards. Insure that employees are only using safe tools and equipment that are in their proper condition. It should be easy for the employees to be aware of potential hazards by the employer posting signs, using color codes, labels, or signs to convey warning. Employees must be trained in a language that they understand. Operating procedures must be in place and properly communicated to the employees to assure the employees follow safety and health standards. Employers that house or use hazardous chemicals will be required to have hazardous communication program and for that all the employees to be trained on exposure and precautions. Employers are to fund medical exams if required by OSHA standards. The OSHA poster must placed in a prominent location at the workplace. Records need to be kept of work related injuries and illnesses. The log of these injuries and illnesses need to made available on February 1st for three months. Assure employees have access to medical and exposure records. Provide a workplace free of discrimination. OSHA citations must be posted at or near the work area where the infraction occurred. The citation must be in place for three working days or until the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Pompeii Research Paper Every day natural causes contribute to the slow demise of Pompeii. For example, seasonal temperature fluctuations damage ruins and artifacts, sunlight bleaches wall frescos, and torrential rains potentially flood and collapse buildings. The interiors of buildings are vulnerable to dampness, especially the walls and floors that house ancient artifacts, frescoes, and mosaics. Besides the effects of weathering, inadequate excavation, restoration and conservation practices have contributed to the slow demise of Pompeii (Amery 8). This paper examines the history of inappropriate excavation practices at the historic site of Pompeii, which has brought further dilapidation of the city over the centuries. The paper also considers the consequences ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The newly rediscovered city of Pompeii received significant attention during this era, as people became interested to see the works of art displayed at the site. For the first time in 1764, Pompeii received worldwide media attention from the discovery of the Temple of Isis, which attracted droves of visitors to Naples. In 1771 visitors to the area increased, especially after the discovery of Via delle Tombe, which contained the encased bodies of 18 women and children huddled on the temple s porch (Amery 37). After 1860, significant work continued and the city was divided into nine topographical regions so buildings could be identified and located on maps for easy access. To date, out of the 165 acres, two thirds of the area (110 acres) has been unearthed. The southwestern part of the city contains the forum; it is the oldest part of the city that dates back to 6th century BC (World Heritage ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Recycling At The United Kingdom Recycling is a process that continues to develop and become more popular within waste management. As there is a wide amount of literature relating to this topic the following review will focus in on aspects such as recycling behaviours and recycling in the curriculum. Recycling in the United Kingdom Recycling is the method by which waste is collected and processed into raw materials, which in turn are processed into new products (Prestin and Pearce, 2010). This helps the UK comply with the EC Landfill Directive targets that state to reduce the quantity of municipal waste going to landfill sites (Kurz et al, 2007). The primary goal of recycling schemes is to increase the amount of material that is collected and recycled, meaning that less waste is going to disposal (Lane and Wagner, 2013). Woodard et al (2004) stated that the percentage of households in the United Kingdom involved in recycling needed to continue to increase to reach the national target of recycling household waste, therefore local authorities got involved in incentives, which is discussed later in the review. (Woodard et al, 2004). A main concern in modern society is the current state of the environment; it is a topic that is frequently examined in research. It has been found that people want to act in a way to enhance sustainability in the environment and recycling is a fairly simple behaviour which has a major impact on this. Recycling is also economically feasible whilst having great impacts on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Summary Of Child Labor In Upton Sinclair s The Jungle In 1906, American novelist and journalist Upton Sinclair wrote a novel, The Jungle that exposed the bad working condition to immigrants in Chicago and the nasty meat packing factory. One of the big issue in this book is child labor. In the book, a child called Stanislovas Lukoszaite, he was working in a meat packing factory. Although in 1906 there are laws against child labor, but the law is not really enforced. He was just a 13 years old child and during Chicago s snow storm he loses the use of his three fingers, after that he started selling newspaper in Chicago. When he was 15, he gets a job in another factory. One day he drank too much beer and fall asleep in the factory, at the morning people found his dead body and the reason of his ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Coffee, farmers refuse to pay their laborers and workers suffer from beatings intimidations. Tobacco, workers suffers from nicotine poisoning and absorb up to 54 milligrams of nicotine daily through their skin, equal to the amount of 50 cigarettes. People probably think, what is the reason that causes child labor. As the result, the reason of child labor is poverty, illiteracy, early married parents, war and disaster. Children from poor family might be forced to support and work for their parents. Illiteracy, In the developing countries, due to lack of employment opportunities or education, children may be work in factory to provide food and clothing for family, instead of attending school. Also, war and disasters will fuel child labor. In conflict and disasters, parents may lose their jobs and school might be destroyed, children may be forced to start work. In Afghanistan, years of armed conflicts have fueled poverty and child labor, at least a quarter of Afghanistan s 5 to 14 year olds work to raise their families but they usually working long hours with little or no pay. A 15 year old Afghan boy s brother and sister were working since they are five. They had been working in brick making, to clean the ground, take a shovel and pick a pickaxe, everyone is at work. What is the consequences and impact of child labor? First, children who work will lost their childhood, children should play with friend ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Berlin Wall Analysis Identification and Evaluation of Sources The investigation will answer the question of What lead to the construction of the Berlin Wall? The construction of the Berlin Wall is a significant part of history that needs to be properly investigated to understand the motives and impacts it had on the citizens of Berlin and the people of the world. This investigation will focus on analyzing valuable sources such as Berlin: The Wall is not Forever, The Ghosts of Berlin: Confronting German History in the Urban Landscape, and Daily Life Behind the Iron Curtain. These sources have detailed accounts of the daily lives of those impacted as well as other relevant information both before and after, relating to the events that may have led to the construction or the impact that the fall of the wall had on the citizens of Berlin. Berlin: The Wall is not Forever by Eleanor Dulles is a book about the construction of the Berlin Wall and it has a focus on the question of whether or not the wall will come down. The book describes the wall and the impact it had on the citizens for Berlin. The book also provides information about Berlin before the wall was built to give an idea of the reasoning behind the construction. The value of this source is that the book was written shortly after the time that the wall was built so it is from a similar perspective which helps to feel what the people of Berlin felt and to feel what the rest of the world felt. A limitation of this source is that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Paul Tagliabue On Gambling In Sport On a June morning in 1991, the most powerful men in American sports gathered to petition a Senate subcommittee to stop the spread of something they saw as a growing evil. We do not want our games to be used as bait to sell gambling, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said. We have to make it clear to the athletes, the fans and the public, gambling is not a part of sport, period. Tagliabue s argument helped push the passage the following year of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, which confined legal sports betting to Nevada and three other states. More than 20 years later, America s widespread legal ban on sports gambling is under siege like never before. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, whose predecessor David Stern sat alongside ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Ethical Dilemma And Moral Dilemma GNED 212 Jorawar Singh 30877727 Section 004 Date/Time of Class Wednesday 3:30 PM Part 1 Ethical/Moral Dilemma: Defination Ethical dilemma or moral dilemma is a scenario in which a person has to make choices/decisions depending on the situation or by keeping the net happiness in his mind. He also thinks about the consequences of the decision he will make. In this scenario, I will be describing an ethical dilemma that I faced when I worked with an IT firm. My team leader was stealing from the company. He used to steal the network cable and other networking tools from the company storage unit. I started to dig this matter and I came to know that after stealing, he was selling that tools into local market. It was his side business and he was earning pretty good. But one day, there was a surprise inventory check conducted by our manager. In that report a huge amount of losses were there. So a notice was issued to all employee regarding the inside stealing and we were asked to give the other person name and our name would be not disclosed. At that point of time I faced an ethical dilemma, whether to give the name of my team leader with a fear of losing my job or whether to keep quiet and let him steal more stuff till no one catches him. Part 2 Philosophical model: To solve my ethical dilemma, I will be using Deontology as my philosophical model. Deontology is a Greek word originated from Deon meaning obligation/morality or duty. It is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Essay on The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children Traditional research to ascertain the effects of living with domestic violence on children conducted psychological test to measure children s competency and development. Development psychologists experimented on children in laboratory settings, if the level of competency demonstrated by a child was below average for their age and stage of development, witnessing domestic violence was deemed to be the cause. To know whether a child has been harmed by their experiences we need to how normal children function and develop (Archard 197). But there is no universally agreed timeless norm of children s health and development. Some psychologists believe domestic violence effects the way that children think and can cause pre mature ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Children also develop psychological coping mechanisms such as; blocking out the violence or on the contrary, monitoring it closely as a means of feeling in control; children may also talk about their experiences to a person, pet or object (McGee 2000). Very young children can only show their distress through their health and behaviour, for example: Sleep disturbances, eating problems, unnatural quietness and clinginess. Professionals disregard some of the complex and diverse coping mechanisms children possess by labelling them as psychosomatic disorders, personality defects or the beginnings of an addiction to violence. Based on studies of child development in what Jaffe et al (1990) call normal families, a range of adjustment difficulties can be identified. Difficulties include: increased anxiety, psychosomatic illness including headaches, abdominal complaints, asthma, ulcers, stuttering, depression, sadness, withdrawal, fear, a reduction in understanding social situations including thoughts and feelings of other people (Saunders 1995:10). Behaviours such as: excessive cruelty to animals, teenage boys beating their girlfriends, disobedience, destructiveness, aggression, nervous demeanour and children running away from home. This research was produced within the rigid ethnocentric framework of children s cognitive development ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Globalization Is The Increasing Inter Connectedness Of... 1. Globalization is defined in the book as the increasing inter connectedness of people and places through converging economic, political, and cultural activities. Cultures and countries are now linked much more than they used to be in the past as technology continues to grow. It s becoming cheaper and easier to set up technology in lesser developed countries as well as that it continues to grow in more developed countries. Fast food restaurants are now changing and transferring to other countries and changing the menu to the culture of that country in an attempt to make more money. These restaurants from America transferring to other countries are causing diets to become unhealthy much as they have in America. Most American s don t go a week without eating at some fast food restaurant. Western consumerist culture has also transferred. America is absolutely infatuated with spending to get what they think they need when in actuality they don t. Most scholars believe that economic organization is a large part of globalization. It includes global communications that link all people. It also includes better transportation systems, transnational business strategies, and promotion of free trade. There are many positives to globalization. One of which is more money being put into lesser developed countries. This is a plus because this causes people in those countries to be able to succeed and support themselves. Also governments of different countries can better work together ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Analysis Of About A Boy By Nick Hornby About a boy, written in 1998 by Nick Hornby explores the themes of mental health, 1990 s culture and family through the friendship of two characters; Will, a thirty six year old bachelor and Marcus, A 12 year old outcast. In about a boy, the author has used a range of aesthetic devices that shape character representation. An Aesthetic device is an element that authors intentionally use to create intellectual/emotional responses in their novel. This analytical essay will explore how Nick Hornby has used irony, point of view and stream of consciousness to shape character representation. Irony is a technique that is used (through a character or plot development) to convey an intention or attitude opposite to what is literally stated. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Essentially, the point of view allows readers to form a relationship and understanding of characters. The point of view is instrumental in manipulating the readers understanding of the narrative as it can allow or prevent characters from accessing the story objectively. The novel About a Boy by Nick Hornby deals with the problems of two different people, both in age and personality. Even though they are different in age, attitudes toward life and personality, they are similar in many different ways (e.g. Both lonely with no friends). The first seven chapters of the book are mainly about Marcus, however, Will; the thirty six year old bachelor is also introduced. Throughout the book, the author adjusts perspectives by switching between characters in first person. This creates a personal relationship with the reader to both of the characters and allows us to get an understanding of point of view and motivations. One example of point of view in the novel occurs after Fiona s attempted suicide when a narrator tells the reader about Marcus s thoughts and feelings; saying this was the scariest thing he had ever seen by a million miles and he knew that he would have to think about it forever (P58) . Another example of point of view in About a Boy is when a narrator tells the reader about Will s attitude towards life and relationships; saying Great sex, a lot of ego massage, temporary parenthood without tears and a guilt free Parting, what more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...