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Screen Women Essay
Romantic comedy is undeserving of its reputation for being un feminist , since it holds a critical light
up to romantic bargaining, the sexual economy and shifting cultural standards . Discuss this statement
in relation to two post 1990 Hollywood romantic comedies.
The aim of this essay is to discuss why romantic comedy is undeserving of its reputation for being un
feminist . This statement will be discussed by close analysis of two post 1990 Hollywood romantic
comedies such as Something s Gotta Give (Nancy Meyers, 2003, USA) and Bridget Jones s Diary
(Sharon Maguire, 2001, UK).
Romantic comedy films which are also known as romcoms , are a sub genre of comedy films and
romantic films which can be traced back from the screwball ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Hilary Radner has noted Nancy Meyers as being neo feminist because of her view of heterosexual
men whom she often portrays as being highly disadvantaged up to the point of suffering a disability
and her obvious interest in older women who are portrayed as very successful career women (2011).
Her films which are targeting the female audience, as Radner observes, are combining two major
disabilities as impediments to love: masculinity and advancing age. Meyer based her film Something s
Gotta Give on her own experience as a singleton in her fifties, making Diane Keaton an even bigger
star persona who won a Golden Globe, an NBR Award and also a Golden Satellite Award for her role
in the film, as Erica. Keaton s character Erica Barry is thin and fit with a natural look and mid length
hair. When she appears in her date dress which is a classic little black dress (LBD was highly
popularized by Chanel) she catches the eye of both Harry Sanborn (Jack Nicholson) and Julian Mercer
(Keanu Reeves). Radner claims that Erica functions as an alter ego of director Nancy Meyers whose
stylistic choices somehow displace Keaton s established persona, as Keaton herself stated Clearly,
Erica is more Nancy than me (Hilary Radner, 2011: 175). The film tells the story of Erica, a divorced
playwright in her fifties who falls in love with her daughter s much older boyfriend, Harry Sanborn
who is a playboy known for dating only young women. Doctor Julian
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The First Basketball
Their dribbling down the court they shoot they score the winning points, that s what makes my team
happy. Basketball isn t just dribbling a ball it s rules, teamwork, and lots of fun. Basketball has been
played at many time and places. The first basketball was in Springfield, Massachusetts. The first game
was played on January 20, 1892. In the first basketball game there were 18 players on each team. Dr.
Naismith didn t have the money to design a new ball they used a soccer ball. The first game was
played for thirty minutes and the final score was 1 0. There were some rules though in the first
basketball game. The first basketball game had 13 rules. Some rules helped with fouls some with
putting the ball into play. In rule five
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How The Other Half Lives
Well done, Jacob Riis, well done. In the book How the Other Half Lives, published in 1890, harsh
criticisms and observations, along with photojournalism, of the appalling conditions of New York City
tenements and their neighborhoods are examined through the eyes of Jacob Riis. As a reporter at the
time for The New York Tribune, his writing and photography sparked reform and forced many people,
even the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, to focus their attention on the horrendous conditions in which
the immigrants of tenement neighborhoods lived in. Many immigrants have Jacob Riis to thank for in
part, for he helped shine a bright light on them at a time when many others kept them in the darkness.
Just as the Bible s opening chapter is named Genesis, Riis s aptly named opening chapter, Genesis of
the Tenement, gives a brief history on how the tenements came to be in the city and sets the scene for
one of the most notorious slums in New York City, Five Points. Throughout the first several chapters,
Riis talks in general of the dire situation of the people living in the tenements and the tenements
themselves. He then goes on to discuss the Italians, Irish, Chinese, Jews, Arabs, blacks, women, and
children within these tenements separately chapter by chapter. One may notice the copious amounts of
stereotypes, prejudice in some sense, he uses when writing about the Italians, Irish, Chinese, and Jews.
However, one has to remember the fundamental reason of his writing when reading
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Analysis Of The Movie The Asian Film And The...
Brian Hu, the Asian Film the Supernatural.
Fuck this shit. See you next year Cannes. Out . Is a bold twitter quote from the very famous Brian Hu
which gave a lecture at CSU San Marcos film class October 20th 2015. He is the artistic director of
Pacific Arts Movement and of the San Diego Asian Film Foundation who received his PhD in Cinema
and Media Studies at UCLA. His lecture presented grave insight into National cultural specifics but
emphasized mostly on China and Hong Kong. He also broke down genres as they play a role in the
film industry. Martial arts as a genre are very specific to Chinese cinema and Japan has samurai films
of loyalty and justice. As a genre, martial arts take place at a temples or a forest and is very culturally
specific. Other genres like body genres are specific to a body reacting to a film and no mater were you
are in the world you have a body. In Latin America they have mellow dramas called telenovelas that
people want to cry to and in Korea they have their own form of drama shows that they cry to as well.
Horror films often have us react with our bodies, for example: if you see something gross you feel it in
your body, and at the same time your body is reacting to the way the characters are. Other body genres
like comedy can have a reactional impact on your body as well. For example: if you see something
funny and you laugh, that is a body reaction.
Brian Hu emphasized that classic Hong Kong action films come from the massive influx
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Using Literary Devices In The Sixth Sense
After recently watching The Sixth Sense I realized that there is a great use of devices in the film. The
Sixth Sense is about a child psychologist Dr. Malcolm, who tries to help a child defeat his dark secret.
I think this movie is a prime example of using literary devices such as, foreshadowing and symbolism
within the script. I really enjoyed this film for these reasons and would recommend it everyone. There
are many instances in which these devices are used in the film, some are much more noticeable than
the others. This movie has a really high replay value because, you always notice something new in
regards to symbolism. Also the other view points that you can see the story after knowing what
happens in the dramatic ending. The many uses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The biggest aspect of foreshadowing used in this movie is the fact that Malcolm only interacts with
Cole during the entire movie after his death. This is something that is hard to notice on the first time
you watch this film. This aspect gives the film high replay value. When Malcolm is sitting in the
living room with Cole s mother the viewer assumes that they are both talking when Cole arrives home
from school, when in reality she doesn t even notice Malcolm. When Malcolm attends Cole s plays at
his school no one asks him why he s there or anything at all. My favorite example of this is, there are
other parents recording the play and are sitting directly behind Malcolm. If they were able to see him,
Malcolm would be in the way of the shot. The other parents see right through him because he is dead,
I think that this is brilliant foreshadowing for the twist at the end of the film. The temperature change
is one of the more obvious uses of foreshadowing in the movie. The temperature dropped in the film
when a ghost was upset. A the start of one of the scenes, there is a close up on the thermostat changing
to cold by itself. This is foreshadowing on the upset ghosts that are about to visit
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Disadvantages Of Co-Branding
Many companies in today s world of globalisation and with increasing pressure to become cost
effective and efficient, are looking for different ways to increase brand equity, brand affinity and in
general to expand their brand awareness (Stutz Schaffner, 2011). One consideration for companies in
answer to this is co branding strategies. As well as reinforcing brand image and, co branding has also
become an increasingly strategic tool to capture higher market share and increase profits and is seen to
have the advantage of gaining access to new markets (Swaminathan, 2006). Advances in technology
have made co branding possibilities more accessible to many companies (Rid Pfoertsch, 2013). Co
branding can be described as the combining of two or more brands into a joint product or when they
are marketed together in some way (Kotler Armstrong, 2012) or with two or more brand names being
are presented to the customer jointly (Rao, Qu, Ruekert, 1999).
The advantages to companies of embarking on any co branding undertaking are well described
(Grebosz Otto, 2013; Stutz, 2011; Swaminathan, 2006) and almost considered even as a win win for
many organisation (Washburn, Till, Priluck, 2004). However, there ... Show more content on
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Brand extension can be either when a brand is extended into the same product category or into a new
product category. Aaker and Keller (1990) describe this co branding strategy as when a new product or
service uses an existing brand name that had been associated with it before the extension. The strategy
is that the brand equity and brand image of the brands used to create what is called the extension,
transfers to the extension (Hadjicharailambous, 2013). This brand image quality of the existing or
parent brands, and the perceived brand fit that are the main factors that influence the success of the
extension (Meyvis, Goldsmith, Dhar,
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Humanity s False Exploration Of Mars
Humanity shouldn t pursue exploration of Mars because we have more pressing issues like conflicts
over the world (WW3). Money can be spent on other programs and or research that can be useful
today instead of exploring Mars. Also, if they did explore Mars the exploration could bring back a
deadly disease that no one can cure. Mars exploration could be disastrous, one scenario that can occur
is if the exploration brings back a deadly disease or diseases that no one can cure and can kill all of
mankind. Natives died from diseases that were brought from the Europeans and many Europeans died
from diseases from the Natives. Disease that we give to the life on Mars that kills all life on Mars or a
disease from Mars bought to Earth that kills all
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The Effects Of Sexual Content On Children s Programming
Sexual Content in Children s Programming Children s programming is beginning to raise a concern
among many parents due to sexual content being included along with other inappropriate scenes like
violence, offensive language or verbal abuse. In a news article by Cheryl Wetzstein, she reports that
one in ten parents agreed that there were a lot of good programs on for kids because all the programs
are portraying sexual content or violence instead of being educational to children (pg. 40). Due to the
recent technological advancements, children s media exposure has increased, causing more children to
be bombarded with shows featuring sexual innuendos, sexual activity or adult subtext. Not only is the
sexual content being included frequently in programming, children are facing the content in
advertisements as well. An example of this is the advertisement poster for The Lion King. The film
poster features the face of Simba in which many analyzers and parents are pointing out that between
the eyes and above the nose features an image that looks like the butt of a naked woman creating a
sexualized image some children could pick up on (Fyfe, 2006, pg. 8). Sexual content throughout
children s programming can have both positive and negative effects on the children watching. Many
children will become able to understand what is going on in the show or film causing questioning and
new thoughts or ideas about sexual activity While parents have a concern about sexual content being
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The System Of Science And The Law
CHAPTER 1 Justice and Science Written Assignment
Q.1 The system of science and the law have two different purpose. Summarize these in your words.
Ans. The purpose of science and law are completely different from each other. As science is
responsible for making us understand the natural world. Science is completely based on data and
concepts which are together called scientific methods. Where law serves as system to find the truth via
fair trial and decision of judge or jury.
Q.2 What type of incident was the most important in driving the initial development of forensic
science?
Ans. The incident that acted as a driving force in the development of forensic science was the
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Mathieu Orfila (1847 1915) Spanish, French toxicologist was a forensic specialist as he worked and
mastered his skills in forensic toxicology and solved many case of the same.
Calvin Goddard (1891 1955) American scientist who worked in the field of firearm and developed
systematic examination system for identification and classification of firearms.
Q.4 List the forensic scientists that were involved in the early development of fingerprints. What made
fingerprint so important to forensic science at the turn of the 20th century?
Ans. Fingerprints were used since 18th century as a mode of identification from one individual to
another. Many famous scientists were involved in early development of the same. Following are some
of them.
1. Victor Balthazard (1852 1950), French
Showed the uniqueness of fingerprints. His probability model showed that chances of same
fingerprints are 1060 in different individuals.
2. Alphonse Bertillion (1853 1914), French
He was first scientist to solve a murder case using fingerprints in Europe.
3. Sir Fancies Galton (1822 1911), English
He started collecting thumbprints in 1888. He was the person who actually developed the first
classification system for fingerprints which was later used by British government. Galton also showed
the different patterns of finger prints like whorl, arch and loop. Fingerprints became important at the
turn of 20th century because of there uniqueness as discovered by
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Strategies And Strategies For Emotional Development At A...
What am I doing? For my proposal I have chosen my focus to be based around mindfulness strategies
and how they can assist in emotional development at a primary school age. In society we are seeing
more and more children suffering from mental illness such as anxiety and depression. I believe that by
introducing and practicing mindfulness strategies in the classroom environment, students will be able
to stabilise and control their emotions which will in turn lead to a sense of ownership for their actions
of their body, speech and mind. This will allow students to have a more positive outlook over their
education because they will be more focused and settled in the classroom. Why have I chosen this? I
decided to cover this topic because it is a personal topic that I am very interested in. Over the last few
years I have personally taken up mindfulness strategies such as meditation, to help alleviate stress and
have more stability and control over my emotions. Through gaining awareness of these strategies I
have also been able to learn about myself on a deeper level. I have built my own identity and gained
confidence in aspects of my life where it was otherwise lacking previously. I am now passionate about
promoting individuality and diversity because this builds the people we become. Children are only
beginning their own journey in this world and believe that happiness can only come from within so I
believe it is important to connect with ourselves on an emotional level and
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Physical and Cognitive
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Examining the shape of children s development allows us to understand it better. Every childhood is
distinct, and is the first chapter in a new biography. This chapter is about children s physical and
cognitive development. These are some of the questions we will explore:
Do children develop in distinct stages, or is their development smoother and more continuous?
How do children develop physically, and how does this affect their behaviour and learning?
What is the best way to characterize students cognitive development? How might knowledge of
students cognitive development influence the way you teach?
How does language develop? What is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Aristotle
Greek Philosopher, 4th Century B.C.
EXPLORING HOW CHILDREN DEVELOP
Twentieth century philosopher George Santayana once reflected, Children are on a different plane.
They belong to a generation and way of feeling properly their own. Let s explore what that plane is
like.
Why Studying Children s Development Is Important
Why study children s development? As a teacher, you will be responsible for a new wave of children
each year in your classroom. The more you learn about children s development, the more you can
understand at what level it is appropriate to teach them.
Childhood has become such a distinct phase of the human life span that it is hard to imagine that it
was not always thought of in that way. However, in medieval times, laws generally did not distinguish
between child and adult offences and children were often treated like miniature adults.
Today we view children quite differently than was the case in medieval times. We conceive of
childhood as a highly eventful and unique time of life that lays an important foundation for the adult
years and is highly differentiated from them. We identify distinct periods within childhood in which
children master special skills and confront new life tasks. We value childhood as a special time of
growth and change, and we invest great resources in caring for and educating our children. We protect
them from the excesses of adult work through
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Literature of Psychology in Dracula by Bram Stoker
In the story Dracula , composed by Bram Stoker, the literature of psychology is well presented.
Dracula was composed in 1897, the time in which psychology was first being introduced. The novel
Dracula was written into an epistolary formation known as a series of letters, newspaper clippings, and
diary entries. Jonathan Harker, a young lawyer, travels to Transylvania to presume a real estate
transaction with the Count Dracula. Amongst his arrival he suspects peculiar activities occurring.
Bram Stoker s Dracula symbolizes the functions of the human mind and how paranoia affects
characters, which marks the beginning of the psychological era.
A severe economic depression, as well as the beginning of psychology as a social science, ... Show
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Harker tends to become preoccupied with the fact that something strange is going on, as his
personality remains the same, the thoughts he is deliberating will soon impact him. As the nervous
state of psychology is repressed, Harker soon feels entrapment as he states, The Castle is a veritable
prison, and I am a prisoner (Stoker 172).
When Harker announces his future demise, the affects of his actions are soon displayed throughout the
story. Upon figuring out that he is now a prisoner at the Counts mansion, his behaviors have been
affected dramatically, I rushed up and down the stairs, trying every door and peering out every
window I could find; but after a little the conviction of my helplessness overpowered all other feelings
(Stoker 172 173). The act of determinism is when ones behavior is caused by physical events going on
around them. Harker s behaviors are merely influenced by all the feverish events occurring before
him. Since paranoia is a thought process influenced heavily on anxiety or fear of an idea, it is
demonstrated when his paranoid thinking process has also caused a conspiracy in his behaviors as he
feels like an entrapped prisoner.
The idea of suicide is shown throughout the end of chapter IV, as Harker try s to escape reality by
jumping out the window. Harker s conscious mind can no longer deal with all the mayhem going on
around him as he states, At least God s mercy is better than that of
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Summary Of Titus Livius The History Of Rome
In Titus Livius The History of Rome, Book 1, he tells the story of the rape of the Sabine women.
Though he is a historian, I do not feel that he well represents the true emotion and feeling of the
women, as is common for the time period. Throughout the telling, Livy fails to discuss the emotions
of the women and does not give an accurate representation of what happened to the captured Sabine
women once they were taken by the Roman men. His word choice is purposefully vague and
nondescript to make the tale more appealing to men of the time. In chapter nine of The History of
Rome, Book 1, Livy writes the beginning of the tale: how Romulus needed women to keep his new
city alive and was rejected by all of the families he approached. This leads Romulus ... Show more
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In the first chapter he writes his own version of the tale, showing the true emotions of the captured
women:
As doves flee the eagle in a frightened crowd, as the new born lamb runs from the hostile wolf: so
they fled in panic from the lawless men, and not one showed the color she had before. (Ovid 1.117 20)
In this passage, Ovid displays the panic and fear that comes with being taken away from your family
which is missing in Livy s version of the story. Rather than using Livy s style of minimal description,
Ovid uses similes to show the emotion felt by the Sabines in their situation. From there, he continues
to show the violence that is enacted upon the Sabines with the line The captive girls were led away as
plunder for the marriage bed (Ovid 1.125). From that line, the reader instantly knows that each woman
is being raped rather than slept with, as Livy s version seems to say.
Although Rome in seventh century BC was a much different time than the present, I feel that Livy, as
a historian, should have written the tale from a more realistic and accurate perspective. Because his
telling was not detailed, the story is easy to
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Analysis Of Arrival
Many science fiction movies often have a common theme either the aliens or turn into a generic
overwhelming threat and humanity has to band together to fight against them, like in the films such as
Independence Day and Battle: Los Angeles, or the aliens are use as a more colorful backdrop to make
the universe seem more diverse, such as in the films Star Trek and Star Wars, or they are left entirely
out and focus on humanity s endeavors into space and their failings. Arrival, however, is a science
fiction film that uses the premise of an alien invasion to disguise an even deeper meaning. Arrival uses
this premise to tackle the issue of xenophobia. Xenophobia is an intense or irrational fear or dislike of
people from a foreign country or culture. The film, Arrival, is a testament against xenophobia and
shows that if humanity were to overcome their fear of the unknown and work together, they may
achieve a great number of things. In Denis Villeneuve s science fiction film Arrival, the director
explores a very different view of reality, akin the guise of an alien invasion. Arrival is based on the
1998 novella Story of Your Life, by Ted Chiang, the story contemplates the difficult task and the
consequences of communicating with an alien species during first contact. The film opens up when
twelve extraterrestrial spaceships appear at twelve different places around the globe. Colonel Weber, a
U.S. Army officer, recruits Louise Banks, a linguist, and Ian Donnelly, a physicist,
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The Myth Of The Ant Queen
While technology is commonly thought of as inventions and gadgets, anything that humans have
developed for specific purposes or to accomplish certain goals, such as methods or models, must also
be correctly categorized as such. In Cathy Davidson s essay Project Classroom Makeover, she
discusses a few unconventional forms of technology such as the educational classroom paradigm and
standardization. Similarly, in Steve Johnson s essay The Myth of the Ant Queen, he presents
procedural technology, such as self organizing systems, and conceptual technology, collaborative
intelligence. He then utilizes another conceptual form of technology, the complexity theory, to
interpret these systems seemingly uncoordinated patterns. Sherry Turkle branches off of Davidson and
Johnson s ideas by discussing the consequences of questioning what makes a robot alive in her essay
Alone Together. This narrative highlights the technology s effect on humans and the reality of robots
either improving or diminishing an individual s quality of life. Besides the slight apprehension of its
future usage, humans are mesmerized by the promising potential technology presents. Additionally,
structural or paradigmatic technology is deeply intertwined and inherent within society s functioning,
making it impossible to separate technology from human existence. Models and frameworks for
systems, also known as paradigms, are innate in all organizations and push the limits of human
creativity, knowledge, and
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How Do Ocean Currents Affect The Climate System
The Way of the Ocean
Ry Cox
11/17/15
Ocean currents are a very big part of the world s oceans. Ocean currents move water, circulating
around the globe pushing warm and cold water all around. These ocean currents are driven by the rise
and fall of tides, wind, the sun, energy, surface currents, and subsurface currents. But how does the
temperature of the ocean currents affect the ocean? All of these make up ocean currents and help it
affect the climate system. Ocean currents also affect the climate system by circulating around the
world and using what it is driven by. Without ocean currents there would not be enough moisture or
energy in the world.
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(Ocean Currents) Right now oceans are being affected by global warming, and not in a good way.
Global warming is a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth s atmosphere generally
attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons,
and other pollutants. (Google Dictionary) Some of the many things are being affected in the ocean.
Like the sea levels, coastlines, ocean acidification, sea water, sea temperatures, tides, the sea floor, the
weather, and ocean currents. (Wikipedia) Over the past century it has been seen that sea levels have
risen by a lot because of global warming and that has contributed to the temperature increases of the
ocean. The ocean has started to get warmer and warmer. Studies have shown that global warming
might be changing the direction of the Atlantic Ocean currents and that can disturb sea life and land.
As warmer water is coming onto cold water places in the ocean, the warm water is pushing the cold
water way. Tides and waves are made by surface currents and subsurface currents and help the ocean
currents move. (Currents) The temperature of the ocean currents is a big part because it helps make the
circulation pattern as the currents move around. (Pidwirny) What makes the ocean currents spin in a
circular formation and move to different parts of the ocean is called a gyre. Gyres are what
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Elizabeth Bennet Pride And Prejudice Essay
Elizabeth Bennet stands for the prejudice in the title and Mr. Darcy stands for the pride. This seems to
be correct; Elizabeth is quick to make judgments and is very stubborn as she judges Mr. Darcy too
quickly and with too little information by accepting Wickham s words without judgment and therefore
believes nothing Darcy says is positive about his feelings towards her. Mr. Darcy acts as if he were
superior to the people in Hertfordshire. Mr. Darcy was overly proud, underrating the ladies at the
Meriton ball. Mr. Bingley asks Mr. Darcy to dance, but he answers: At such an assembly as this it
would be insupportable. Your sisters are engaged, and there is not another woman in the room whom it
would not be a punishment to me to stand up with (p. 11). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Also personal changer to both is that they were angry at first after the proposal, and they were
redundant to realize that they have both wronged. But later on after realizing their mistakes they
admitted the fact that they were not all wrong one was right. Mr. Darcy was humbled by the rejection,
he says so himself in p. 284: By you I was properly humbled . Mr. Darcy s letter made Elizabeth
accept the fact that she had prejudged him wrongly hence prejudicing their marriage. Also when
Darcy acknowledged that his own pride had hurt Elizabeth, he was ready to completely change and do
what he can to rectify the situation. She too is ready to carry the blame as she believes that she is
responsible for upholding the report given to her by Wickham confidentially and leading to the
eloping of Lydia to
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Beowulf Compared To Modern Day Hero
In this epic poem, Beowulf is portrayed as an ancient hero but he also has traits of a modern day hero.
Throughout the book, Beowulfs character is developed deeper so the reader can see his characteristics.
These characteristics can be compared to both an ancient and modern day hero. Beowulf is very
similar to other ancient heroes, like Achilles, who were present in other epic poems around the same
time period. For example, Beowulf is strong, bold, courageous, and skilled like other ancient heroes
are. Beowulf ultimately faces danger head on with extreme confidence and courage just as any ancient
hero does. However, Beowulf is also similar to modern day heroes in many ways as well. For
instance, most modern heroes are treated with respect,
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The Necklace By Guy De Maupassant
Many authors utilize literary elements to allow readers to predict the plot using details and visualize
scenes using imagery. Two examples of these short stories are The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant
and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber. The Necklace was about a materialistic woman
who faced consequences because of her envious personality and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty was
about a man who experienced daydreams randomly throughout the day. Although both short stories
used literary elements, Guy de Maupassant utilized them for readers to understand and enjoy the story
more than James Thurber.
The Necklace was a short story of a middle class woman, Mathilde, who borrowed a necklace from a
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But mine was only paste. Why, at most it was worth only five hundred francs! (Maupassant 204). At
that moment, Madame Loisel, as well as the readers, learned all the debt Mathilde and her husband
went through was for nothing. If she had not worried the consequences from the truth, the hard labor
could have been avoided. This was ironic because throughout the whole story the necklace represented
something expensive and high class when in reality it was a fake. The Necklace can be described as a
story with many detailed and vivid sentences, making each scene come to life in the reader s mind.
Even though there are many of these occurrences, the most animated example was right after Mathilde
and her husband paid for the replacement necklace. When describing Madame Loisel s hard labor, it
was said She washed dishes, wearing down her shell pink nails scouring the grease from pots and
pans; she scrubbed dirty linen, shirts, and cleaning rags which she hung on a line to dry (Maupassant
203). This created a visualization and feeling of hard work and exhaustion, which was exactly what
Madame Loisel was going through. The details about her nails, for example, form an image of
physical wear down. This was significant because in the beginning of The Necklace it was explained
that Mathilde cared deeply about her outward appearance. Because of the expensive necklace they
replaced, her
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Religious Discrimination In The Workplace
Religious Discrimination at the Workplace
Intro There are thousands of religions in the world, so it is necessary that an employer be very careful
to not discriminate against a person for their faith. One can define discrimination as unequal treatment
of employees or job applicants based on color, race, gender, religion, age, or nationality. The Civil
Rights Act of 1964 made it illegal for and employer who has fifteen or more employees to
discriminate against an employee under any circumstance. Many employees can and are still being
wrongly discriminated against by there employers or fellow employees over their religions.
Religious Discrimination Cases The case EEOC vs. Red Robin Gourmet Burgers was brought before a
district court , in August 2005, because one of employees at the restaurant, Edward Rangel, had small
religious tattoos around his wrists, which he refused to cover. Red Robin was sued because Mr. Rangel
s tattoos were part of his religious practice of the ancient Egyptian religion of Kemetic Orthodoxy.
The employee had worked at the business for six months without being approached about his tattoos;
Mr. Rangel also talked to management concerning his tattoos being a religious requirement and how
covering them would constitute a sin. The district court ruled in Mr. Rangel s favor because of the
length of time he had worked and also the size of the tattoos. Red Robin had to pay damages to the
tune of $160,000 as well as having to make some dress code policy
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Medication List Essay
Medication List
Generic Name Dose Reason for Taking Potential Side Effects impacting oral health or delivery of
dental care
Lorazepam
1mg oral tab
3 x day
Anxiety drowsiness, dizziness, loss of coordination, headache, nausea, blurred vision, heartburn, and
change in appetite
Dental aspect
Used as oral sedative for dental anxiety one hour before the procedure.
An adult companion should accompany the patient to and from dental office
Can cause xerostomia, normal salivary flow resumes after discontinuation
Levocarnitine
(with sugar) 100 mg/mL oral solution n, take 3mL TID To treat low level of blood carnitine caused by
use of valproic acid. Dental:
Taste perversion
Valproic acid
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Biases :
Different dosage , timing of medication were used and age of the patient and medical conditions were
higly variable, also the parameters to determine efficacy was variable .
Was your clinical treatment consistent with the best available scientific evidence? Describe why or
why not.
Non surgical treatment like SRP, oral hygiene instruction, chlorhexidine mouthwash was chosen for
the patient. Even in the article non surgical treatment was chosen as first option for most of the
patients and it was required to reduce inflammatory component in the gingival tissue.
Strength :
Complete medication list and medical history was provided by care taker
A and was utilized in the report.
Weakness:
Intraoral pictures were not available, intraoral radiographs that were taken were not ass diagnostic but
helpful to determine Bone
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Intro to Physical Anthropology Chap 1,2,3
Chapter One Introduction Anthropology: the study of humans in all times, situations, and places.
Physical Anthropology: the scientific study of humans as biological organisms, in an evolutionary
context. Branches of Physical Anthropology: Human evolution: the study of how and why our human
ancestors changed over millions of years. Genetics: the mechanics of inheritance and how
evolutionary change works. Paleoanthropology: the study of the fossil record of ancestral humans and
their primate relatives. Anthropometry: measurement of the human body, particularly the skeleton, e.g.
craniometry. Medical Anthropology: the study of health, illness, and healing from a cultural and/or
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(Jean Baptiste Lamarck 19th century). Evolution is not about orthogenesis, the belief that evolution is
moving in a straight direction due to a driving force. Philosophical Stances and Evolution Theistic
Evolution acceptance of evolution combined with a belief in an involvement of a divine creator.
Science and religion as complementary to each other, not opposed. Atheistic Evolution acceptance of
evolution combined with a belief that there is no divine creator, or no God. More scientists likely
adopt this position( e.g Richard Dawkins) with a tendency to see science as right and religion as
wrong. Creation Science (Intelligent Design) complex living systems must have been designed
supernaturally( e.g. the human brain or the human eye). Concept of irreducible complexity( an attempt
to be scientific) Ex. X is a complicated system made up of interconnected parts. If you take any of the
parts away, X won t work. Therefore, X could not have evolved from a simpler state, as anything less
than the full set of parts work not work. Nothing intermediate can exist. Natural Selection Species
typically produce more offspring than their environment can sustain. Individuals that are better fit
within that environment will survive. They will produce offspring with a good chance of inheriting the
favorable traits. There is a better chance of the traits being passed on when sexual selection is at
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Navajo Code Talkers And American Indians In The United...
Research Simulation Task
The excerpts from Navajo Code Talkers, and What s So Special About Secret Codes? and the article
American Indians in the United States Army, all have similarities and differences in the author s
purpose. The excerpt from Navajo Code Talkers mainly focuses on what Native Americans had to do
to become a code breaker, while the article American Indians in the United States Army, explains the
effects of the code in the war. Finally, the excerpt from What s So Special About Secret Codes? doesn
t even mention the Navajo Code Talkers at all, it explains the history of codes and gives examples
from throughout history. In the excerpt from Navajo Code Talkers, the author s purpose is to describe
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Both Navajo Code Talkers and American Indians in the United States Army, are about the Navajo
code talkers. However, Navajo Code Talkers focuses on the training these Native Americans went
through, along with how the code was created. The article American Indians in the United States
Army, explains how the code was used during the war. The final excerpt, What s So Special About
Secret Codes? does not even give the example of the Navajo code talkers at all. Instead, it gives
different examples of codes that were used throughout history. Finally, all the texts explain that codes
are very important, while it be in a general sense, like in the excerpt from What s So Special About
Secret Codes? or in a specific way, like how the success in many of the wars the U.S. was part of
depended on the Navajo code
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Essay about Legitimacy of the Canadian Intervention in Libya
The Libyan Revolution of 2011 initiated with nonviolent political protests modeled after the events in
Tunisia and Egypt, and quickly escalated to a full fledge civil war. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar
Gaddafi obtained the role of the official ruler of Libya in 1969 by a bloodless coup d etat against King
Idris. Gaddafi remained the official ruler of Libya from 1969 until 1977. (Calvocoressi, 2001)
Subsequent to 1977, he referred to himself as a symbolic figurehead until the revolt in 2011, which
contributed to his death. Gaddafi was the longest serving Arab leader and commonly referred to
himself as the King of Kings. Gaddafi s reign over civilians was mostly based on fear. The Libyan
conflict differed from the conflicts in Tunisia and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Informants watched people in government offices, factories, and schools, and dissidents both at home
and living abroad were executed or assassinated. (Recknagel, 2011:1) As well, fear was instilled
across the country from Gaddafi s forty member team of highly trained women bodyguards. Gaddafi
had previously been linked to supporting many terrorist attacks, such as, the Lockerbie bombing and
the 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing. Therefore, from a realist perspective, Libyans had a legitimate
reason to resort to civil war because of rational self interest. Libyans feared what actions the regime
may undertake if they remained in power. Moreover, on February 15, 2011, Libyans began the
demand for legitimate democracy by initially using pacifist nonviolent protests. After witnessing the
fate of Ben Ali and Hosni Mubarak, Gaddafi would not tolerate the demonstrations, and quickly
retaliated against the nonviolent protestors and civilians. According to Jon Western, During the last
week of February and the first two weeks of March, Gaddafi s forces used fixed wing aircraft, attack
helicopters, and heavy artillery to strike rebel force positions as well as civilian neighborhoods known
to be loyal to rebel forces. (Western, 2011:356) As well, Gaddafi s regime has been accused of
implementing sexual violence including rape and torture against women, implementing religious
violence toward non Sunni Islam civilians, and implementing
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Analysis Of Chasing Heroine
Should this disease have gotten this far in society? The more you engage in any type of emotion or
behavior, the greater your desire for it will become. Chris Prentiss. In the documentary Chasing
Heroine that was filmed on PBS Frontline, was extremely shocking to watch. This film was filmed in
2016. It followed current and former addicts, their love ones, and advocates. This documentary
actually told the truth of certain things in regard to heroine. The light was shed on how the heroine
was brought into history, social problems, and shame, and the system. In the documentary, heroine is
nothing new, but a disease that has been brewing for a little over 30 years. Before heroine became
known for a high, it was a drug called OxyContin, that was given to everyone to take away their
problems. These pain problems consist of cancer patients and severe chronic pain. However, Purdue
Pharma seen an opportunity to provide a new prescription called Oxy to an old drug name, but gave it
an extra release long acting of pain relief. Then started advertising it on commercials for the public to
view every day. Less than 1% of patient become addicted. In 2001, Pharma sold over 1 billion dollars
with OxyContin over a year. Heroine started to go epic after OxyContin was tapered back from the
pharmacy. Heroine was also majority of the middle class to the wealthy white men and woman
population that lived in the suburban area. The pharmacy knew what they were doing, and had to pay
about 600 million in fines for their neglect to the people. This epidemic was taken to the White House,
but President Obama did not take it serious. Obama could care less about this epidemic, that he waited
1 year later to act. However, at this time the healthcare professionals could provide a bottle to every
adult in the nation. Heroine was just not hitting the adult population, but young adults tried it too. One
particular participant in the film was named Christina. She started heroine at a young age, and now
been using for years. She was high while filming the documentary. There was a phrase that stuck out
to me that she correlates with, this drug, it has a brain, and it shares mine. I can understand that this is
a documentary about heroine, but
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Review Of Richard Strauss s The Ring Of The Nibelungen
Wilhelm Richard Wagner (German, 22 May 1813 13 February 1883) was a German composer, known
for its opera and Musical. He is not only a composer, but also a theatre director and polemicist. He
was a pivotal figure in the history of German opera Front undertake Mozart, Beethoven s opera
tradition, turned back the trend of post romanticism opera composer Richard Strauss followed. At the
same time, because he was the complexity of the political, religious thought, has become the most
controversial in the history of European music figures. [1]
Richard Wagner began as a continuation of Carl Maria von Weber and Giacomo Meyerbeer s romantic
tradition, but later proposed the concept of art as a whole, the integration of poetry, visual arts, opera
and theater, and He made a number of discussions between the 1849 and 1852. Wagner later these
concepts into the series of operas composed by the four opera The Ring of the Nibelungen in total
took 26 years to complete [2] Later works of Richard Wagner with its complex weave of music, rich
harmonies and orchestration known, and he also works in the flexible use of leitmotif, which is seen in
conjunction with a particular person, place or thing the one to two sections of music. Richard Wagner
some progress in the musical language, such as extreme chromatic system and the rapid
transformation of tonality, but also affects the development of classical music. Wagner s Tristan und
Isolde can be regarded as the beginning of modern music.
In
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Compare And Contrast Meryl Streep And Alvin Ailey
Everyone has a role model. The two people I admire are Meryl Streep and Alvin Ailey. They both
show to me how to work hard, take the time to perfect your craft, and to follow your dreams. The
performing arts business can be tricky because there is a great deal of competition. However, Meryl
Streep and Alvin Ailey never stopped trying and made great accomplishments in their fields. Meryl
Streep has gone far beyond perfecting her craft. She is an American actress who has been said to be
the greatest actress of her generation. One sign of great actress is the ability to play different roles. She
has played both dramatic roles, such as in Sophie s Choice and comedic roles such as in Mamma
Mia!. I personally enjoy her dramatic roles the best. She
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Lesson Plan For A Small Group Of Three First Grade,...
LESSON PLAN
CONTEXT
This lesson is designed for a small group of three first grade, classified English language learning
(ELL) students. The students are ages six through eight years old and are in a first grade classroom.
They spend 90% of their time in the regular classroom, and the other 10% outside of the classroom
receiving instruction from the ESOL teacher. All three of these students are female, two of which are
Latino and the other of Arabic descent. Only one of the Latino girls was born outside of the United
States, and the other two students were U.S. born. They attend Andrew Jackson Elementary School in
South Philadelphia. The two Latino students have gone to Jackson from the time they were in
Kindergarten, while the Arabic student entered Jackson this year after the school year had already
begun. All three of these children are below grade level in all content areas, especially literacy. In
terms of this lesson, math is the content area being addressed. The concepts of less than, greater than,
and equal to will be taught. Prior to this lesson, the students have learned how to count and label their
numbers 0 through 100. They have worked briefly with $#$#1$#$# lines and understand the
cardinality of numbers.
DESIRED RESULTS
In this lesson, I am trying to accomplish teaching the students the key concepts of less than, greater
than, and equal to. I want them to understand that each number holds its own value and that a specific
number may hold
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Strategic Planning
9 306 002 REV: JUNE 19, 2006 DAVID A. GARVIN LYNNE C. LEVESQUE Strategic Planning at
United Parcel Service We fully recognize that it is not possible to develop a true strategic plan more
than a few years out and that business plans should have an even shorter horizon. But we are
convinced that it is possible and wise, indeed necessary, to develop a set of very long range scenarios
that can form the foundation for our future strategic plans. Michael (Mike) J. Eskew, Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer, United Parcel Service (UPS) As Mike Eskew walked through the long, open
atrium of UPS s corporate headquarters late in March 2005, he thought about his upcoming lunch
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Senior management and staff, working in a collegial, consensus building culture at corporate
headquarters, set direction, determined priorities and budgets, and defined initiatives and rollout plans.
The more hierarchically run field was responsible for execution and meeting revenue and cost goals.
The Corporate Strategy Group s (CSG s) strategic planning manager, Ed Rogers, explained: All
strategic decisions are made by the corporate office. UPS does tactical, rather than strategic, planning
at the regional level. There is a clear line between strategy and execution, since the regions focus on
delivering on the next quarter s business. They also have rollout responsibility. Said one observer, One
side of me says it would be nice to have more autonomy in the regions, but we re in a network
business, and what s best for one region could easily foul things up for other regions or the overall
network. Culture Over the years, the company had acquired a reputation for being relentlessly focused
on efficiency and execution. Founder Casey instilled a desire to run the company like a military
operation, ordering recruits to be polite at all times and to place speed above all other virtues. 1
Carefully researched work methods, developed by industrial engineers and rooted in time and motion
studies, coupled with time tested policies and procedures, led to UPS s reputation for low cost and
highly predictable
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Enron Was A Publicly Traded Energy Company
Enron was a publicly traded energy company formed in 1985 by Kenneth Lay when Internorth
acquired Houston Natural Gas; the company, based in Houston Texas, Enron (originally entitled
EnterOn , but was later subjected to abbreviation), worked specifically in power, natural gas, and
paper and even ventured into various non energy based fields as they expanded, including: Internet
bandwidth, risk management, and weather derivatives. Several years after the founding of the
company, Enron hired a man by the name of Jeffrey Skilling, a former chemical and energy
consultant, who, upon promotion, created a team of high level administrative employees who, by
using special purpose entities, lackluster reporting of finances, and unethical accounting practices, hid
billions of dollars of debt from unsuccessful arrangements and ventures from stock holders and the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Enron executives achieved this scheme by using a
controversial accounting method entitled mark to market accounting, which in essence, assigns value
to financial commodities based on their projected market values; mark to market accounting is the
opposite of cost based accounting which records the price of a commodity at the purchase price. As a
result of this new method, Enron s worth skyrocketed to over $70 billion at one time, only to collapse
miserably several years later ultimately costing thousands upon thousands of people their jobs,
pensions, and retirements. Enron s employees
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The Cold War Was Predominately Between Two Major Powers
The Cold War was predominately between two major powers in the world. These two super powers
were the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States beginning in 1947. The
Cold War happened relatively soon after the Second World War. Why did the Cold War begin? In
1947, the Cold War began and it was due to various reasons. Some historians believed that the
bombing of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused the Cold War. In addition, the
United States president during 1945 (Harry S. Truman) had a strong dislike for communism and the
leader of the USSR (Stalin) at the time. Another main reason, the Cold War began was because of
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Not only did Truman s dislike for Stalin cause the Cold War but also Soviet Union expansion was a
leading cause of the start of the Cold War. In the Second World War, Germans invaded the Soviets.
During the Second World War, approximately 25.3 million people living in the USSR died from the
German army. 3 All of these deaths, during the Second World War, concerned the USSR. The USSR
wanted to expand westward because they wanted to create a buffer zone between Soviet Union as a
way to protect themselves from future invasions. When the Second World War ended, the USSR still
had troops in Eastern Europe this allowed the USSR to help the communist parties rise to power thus
assimilating them into the Soviet Union Army.4 This buffer zone was later be known as the Iron
Curtain (Soviet Army). Due to the Russians imperializing more countries and turning them into
communist countries, it caused hostility and concern among the Western European powers. However,
countries in Western Europe did not take any action to stop the Soviets because they were afraid of
war until the US intervened in 1946.4 Roosevelt told his advisors, The Russians only understand one
language how many armies have you got? I m tired of babying the Soviets . 9 He wanted to halt
communism from growing by stopping Soviets from taking over more countries. A major country,
Truman was worried about the Soviet Union taking over was Iran. During the Second World War, the
Iranian government enlisted
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Pilots Received Human Factors Training
g that Zonks pilots received human factors training, company manual training, or procedures for an
SMS program. However, pilot s reiterated that the owner stated, Never be unsafe, but try and be
creative before aborting a flight. 1.9 Final Analysis The pilot was a newly hired employee who was
currently outside of his window for qualifications of flight. He was overdue for this Part 135 check
ride that was to be accomplished by the owner/operator of Zonk Airlines; however due to poor
documentation the owner/operator had let the unqualified pilot fly. The pilot had experience flying this
particular make and model of aircraft prior to the day of the accident; however, it was unclear wither
or not the pilot had experience flying in mountainous areas because the pilot s logbook was never
found. Furthermore, the pilot failed to follow proper procedures by filing a IFR or VFR flight plan,
acquiring a weather report, by failing to do a proper weight and balance of the aircraft, and he failed to
secure the cargo properly. Zonk employee s failed the pilot by failing to inquire about the pilot s
personal life that was obviously affecting his professional life. Procedures should have been followed
to take the pilot out of service until a proper determination could be made about his ability to perform
his duties properly. The HFACS model would have aided the supervision of Zonk Airlines to perform
a proper overview their company. Maintenance personnel at Wrench and Fix had
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Women In The Fifth Letter Heloise
In the fifth letter Heloise refers to women as the weaker sex. Regardless of whether or not she
believed that herself, that was the common thought of the Middle Ages. It was believed that the female
mind was inadequately equipped, compared to that of a males, and it was frowned upon for a woman
to show that she might be more intelligent than any male. According to Williams and Echols, women
physicians were often charged as witches by male physicians or tangled up in legal issues because
they competed with the males. Heloise was very careful to never challenge Abelard s intelligence. She
always addressed him as if he were above her, and appealed to his position in the church regardless of
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In the second letter, Abelard asserts his authority over Heloise, and states that she can only contact
him if she is seeking help for matters that pertain to God. Heloise acquiesced to this because she
realized that to Abelard, she was the weaker sex, and that he needed her to seek his advice to prove his
authority over her and also because she wanted to continue to correspond with him. According to
Professor Stephen G. Nichols, writing was equivalent to the caress that Heloise used to receive from
Abelard. In the fifth letter, she appeals to Abelard s ego by addressing his need to
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Political Philosophy Of Niccolo Machiavelli
Niccolo Machiavelli, a banished political theorist once said, The first method for estimating the
intelligence of a ruler is to look at the men he has around him. Compared to the men around him,
Machiavelli has the most compelling political philosophy. Machiavelli certainly is a leading political
theorist who uses history and straight forwardness to prove his point. The Prince is filled with great
knowledge that has the ability to inspire the reader. Niccolo Machiavelli use of historical analysis,
realist attitude and brazen syntax are the driving forces that make his political philosophy so
compelling.
Machiavelli found it really important to study those that came before him. Machiavelli states, I have
been unable to find among my possessions anything which I hold so dear or esteem so highly as that
knowledge It is this knowledge and carefully analysis of history that makes his argument truly
compelling. Theorists before him like aristotle used observation and imagination in order to develop
their political theory s. But observation does not determine political success it is the careful analysis
and emulation of great leaders . Machiavelli proves this when he says , But as to exercise for the mind,
the prince ought to read history and study the actions of eminent men,...and above all, do as some
eminent men have done in the past,..so that when fortune changes she may find him prepared to resist
her blows. This speaks to the spellbinding nature of Machiavelli s
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Analysis of Imitiaz Dharker s Poems.
Minority They ll say: She must be from another Country Imitiaz Dharker Imitiaz Dharker was born in
Lahore, Pakistan in the year 1954. She is a poet, documentary film maker and an artist. Her family
moved from Lahore to Glasgow when she was less than year old. Presently she divides her time
between London and Mumbai. Her other works includes Purdah and other poems (1988), Post Cards
from God (1997), I speak for devil (2001), Terrorist at my table (2006), Leaving foot prints (2009).
Dharker is also a documentary film maker and has scripted and directed over a hundred films and
audio visuals, centering on education, reproductive health and shelter for women and children. In 1980
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They see someone who is not tuned with them, someone who is not like them, someone who is from a
different world, someone like a ghost. For them the speaker stands out for apparently all wrong
reasons and she is an outsider to them, in their midst she is an alien. So the speaker sits scratching
throughout her lonely nights. It can be interpreted as she is scratching a desperate plea a message on a
piece of paper. But if we infer the deeper meaning it can also mean that she is scratching because she
is feeling uneasy, she is scratching over the scab of division and the label that she is a minority. She is
scratching over the scab of people treating her minority over her skin colour. A page doesn t fight back
, according to me this is the most powerful line in the whole poem. By page here she is referring to a
minority person like herself. The speaker hopes that whatever she has spoken so far shoots through the
thick layer of stereotypes the community has set and the noise of repression of the community. So
whole carrying on with this life of hers, the speaker comes across a person who is stranger to her yet
there is something about the person that makes her feel like she knows him or her. The face of the
person is pure and simple without any mask of stereotypes. The speaker can actually read through the
persons face and his or her outcast
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The Effect Of Ph Levels On Daphnia
This experiment is being performed to show the effect of pH levels on daphnia by changing pH levels
and measuring the heart rate.
Introduction
Daphnia are used to test water toxicity, they are a vital part of fresh water ecosystems. They are a food
source for smaller fish and invertebrates and considered to be a consumer of algae and bacteria
(Elbert, 2005). These small crustaceans range in size from 2 5mm long and are commonly referred to
as water fleas. Daphnia belong to the group called Daphniidae, which is a relative of freshwater
shrimp. It is easy to see the internal organs of daphnia because of a transparent taco shell like
carapace. A carapace is the hard outer part of a shell or covering. A daphnia s life span can range
between 1 56 days. (Elenbaas, 2013; Clare 2002). The comfortable pH level for daphnia is between
7.2 and 8.5 (Clare, 2002).
In this experiment different pH levels ranging from 3 to 11 were used to test the effects on daphnia
heart rate. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14. A pH ranging from 0 to 6 is acidic, a pH of 7 is neutral,
and a pH higher than 7 ranging from 8 to 14 is basic. PH revolves around hydrogen ions (H+). The
reason pH levels can be acidic, basic, or neutral is because acids give hydrogen ions away while bases
accept hydrogen ions. (Decelles, 2002).
The intention of the experiment was to measure how different pH levels affect the heart rate of
daphnia. The objective of this experiment was to measure the heart rate of
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Back To The Future, By Marty Mcfly Jr.
In the movie, Back To The Future Part II, when Marty McFly Jr. sits down to watch TV, he doesn t
need to use a remote control to change channels. Instead, he barks commands directly at the big screen
TV and names six different channels that he wants to view, all of which instantly appear in a grid on
the TV. In another scene, Marty approaches a Garden Center fruit dispenser and commands it to give
him some fruit. His first command is Hey, fruit! He is ignored by the dispenser because it has been
programmed to respond only to polite commands. When the dispenser fails to respond, Marty says
Fruit, please! and the dispenser lowers from the ceiling in the kitchen. Then Marty says Thank you
and the dispenser opens and allows him to grab some fruit. Marty then says Retract and the dispenser
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Now, 27 years later, we have the ability to use voice commands to control computers, smartphones,
appliances, and other electronic devices. You may have heard of the Amazon Echo, which is a small
voice driven electronic device that sits on a desk or table and responds to the name Alexa. The Echo
can respond to commands requesting music tracks and radio stations and can also answer questions
and control smart appliances. More than 4% of the homes in America now have an Amazon Echo
sitting on a desk or a
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Southern Cone History
Throughout the United States of America the Southern Cone and its history may be an unknown.
However, two countries located in Latin America s Southern Cone have important histories that are
relevant to the America. Argentina and Paraguay are major nations of the southern cone that
participated in an undercover operation called Operation Condor which connects many countries of
the Southern Cone. Argentina is the biggest country of the southern cone and has a unique history with
penguins. The Magellanic penguins call Argentina home. These penguins have an interesting take on
the relationship between the mother and father during a mother penguin s pregnancy. After laying the
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Paraguayans do not have many historical happy times in their past. Their history leading up to
Operation Condor involves three men that led the country to a government based on military
dictatorships. After Jose Francia and Carlos Lopez, two of the first leaders of Paraguay after winning
independence from Spain, Francisco Lopez is in power in 1862 (Resnick). Lopez was interested in not
being a country of isolation and forced everyone to be part of the military unless one was a priest or
could pay the price to not be in the military. While he signs a treaty with Uruguay a war is about to
begin over who is in power in Uruguay. Lopez runs into trouble with bringing Paraguay into the War
of the Triple Alliance. Paraguay falls on the wrong side having to fight against Brazil, Argentina, and
the Colorado Party of Uruguay (Resnick). Paraguayans are forced with two options that both end in
death: not fight and be executed by Lopez or go to war and be killed by Brazilians, Argentinians, or
Uruguayans. Paraguay eventually has to even send their children to fight due to the loss of many
people. After Paraguay loses the war, Brazil takes the country over. The next known leader that
Paraguay has after Brazil leaves is Alfredo Stroessner. This man starts the process of Operation
Condor in 1975 (Resnick). Stroessner becomes leader of Paraguay in 1954 due to his planned military
coup taking over the nation. He was the Commander in Chief of the military in Paraguay controlling
all parts of the military. Stroessner put conditions in place like Argentina with additions including
secret police, censorship, prison camps, torture, no freedom of speech, banning unions, curfew,
dissolving Congress, and suspending the Constitution. His reason for the military coup and the new
conditions put in place in Paraguay was due to the fear of
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Pricing And Distribution Strategy Memorandum
Pricing and Distribution Strategy Memorandum With any pricing strategy, the price must match the
branding of the product. For example, for a luxury item branded product, the price needs to be higher
to coincide with the branding perception. A few pricing strategies to focus on include product cost
based strategy, customer focused strategy, and product life cycle strategy. The distribution strategy
also plays a crucial role in the successful implementation of a new product. Furthermore, MM Inc.
needs to determine what distribution channels will have the greatest influential means to market and
sell the new product.
Pricing
Before Mobile Marketing determines which pricing strategy to choose, the organization should
consider the overall objectives. Which pricing strategy will fit best with the objectives of the new
product development? Is the purpose to make the most amount of profit the fastest way possible, or to
develop a long lasting relationship with the target market to establish long term profitability and
growth? Determining the key objective will help to discover which pricing strategy works best,
however, the company has to make a profit to continue business. According to M.U.S.E. (2013),
pricing involves the customer demand schedule, the cost function, and the competitors pricing. All
three factors need to be addressed during the discussions of the following pricing strategies. The first
pricing strategy is the product cost based strategy. The
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Fact Check
Google added a new tool on Friday designed to fight the spread of fake news on the web. Fake news
includes stories that contain intentional lies or unchecked rumors. The new Fact Check program
automatically labels questionable stories in users search results. It provides links to fact checking sites
like Snopes and Politifact with these stories. This way, the reader can determine the accuracy of the
stories claims.
Major websites such as Google, Facebook and Twitter have been facing pressure to help stop the
spread of fake news across the Internet. This issue was highlighted during the U.S. presidential
campaign when several fake news stories were spread about candidate Hillary Clinton.
Over the past few years, sites such as Google ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A network of 115 fact checking organizations will provide the accuracy assessment for questionable
articles. As a result, Google searches based on the same claim could return different opinions on the
story s accuracy or inaccuracy from different fact checkers. But even with differing opinions on the
truth of a story, Google hopes that the range of opinions from different sources will give users an idea
of the degree of consensus on any suspicious claims. The degree of consensus measures how many
people who are knowledgeable on the subject agree on something.
Fact Check Tool Is An Important Step
Of course, some fake news readers will likely continue to reject the truth in favor of a fake news
article. They will believe claims that seem to support prejudices they already have. Fact Check won t
eliminate the problem of fake news completely. But Forte thinks that Google s new tool is an
important step in fighting the growth of misinformation on the web.
Asking companies like Google and Facebook to think about these problems and do what they can to
address them is a start, says Forte. But it doesn t go far enough. We need both technological and social
solutions. Both good design and
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The Physical Appearance of Class Differences and Wealth
Do you consider yourself a part of the upper class? In the society in which we live in today, it is
widely known that people at higher social classes obtain finer access to premier education. On account
of the statement previously mentioned, prestigious institutions steer the way to more business
relationships and eventually, a greater chance of obtaining a higher income due to increased job
opportunities presented through connections and networking. This concept is known as elitism and is
fairly popular belief amongst the competitive population. Elitism is the belief that certain persons or
members of certain classes or groups deserve favored treatment by virtue of their perceived
superiority, as in intellect, social status, or financial resources1 . But I would like to question the basic
premise of this argument since there is something more than just wealth which determines one s social
class. The argument I make throughout my paper focuses on the aspect of why attractive people are,
on average, wealthier and have higher paying jobs than less attractive people. This statement is a
theory I do not stand by alone. In order to persuade and convince to my readers that attractive people
are more successful, I will be citing documentation of well known facts reported by leading
psychologists, economists, and their research studies. A book that I occasionally will be referencing to
is Beauty Pays: Why Attractive People Are More Successful and is written by Daniel Hamermesh,
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American Red Cross Humanitarian Group Essay
There are many humanitarian groups out there, but what exactly is a humanitarian group? Well it is a
group of people that have an urge to help the community and the people in it. They do all sorts of
things like help the poor and the less fortunate. They also run different programs like if you need
counseling or help getting back on your feet after an addiction or disaster. But is that really all there is
to a humanitarian group?
One of the thousands of humanitarian groups and probably the most well known is the American Red
Cross. The American Red Cross does many things for our community and nation. One of the things
they do is prepare. This is when they might go to homes or go to different buildings to install fire
alarms. Or if there is going to be a flood they might go and help people sandbag their house. Not only
do they prepare but they also respond. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They do many things such as run the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. The Dolly Parton Imagination
Library is a way children across the community, whether rich or poor, can always have a book to read.
Currently United Way has mailed over 260,00 books to roughly 8,300 kids in the Bismarck Mandan
area. It may sound kind of sad, but some kids do not have enough food at home on the weekends so
they will go to school on Monday and find themselves tired, dizzy and distracted. But the United Way
has targeted that problem by creating the Backpack program. The Backpack Program is where
children in the Bismarck Mandan area take home a bag of food every weekend, so they won t go
hungry. The United Way does not only help the poor and needy, it also helps the elderly that do not
want to live in a nursing home but cannot live by themselves. The best part is there are over 769 home
services that help them with this. The United Way continues to help our community and the people
that live here by giving them a better tomorrow and
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Mr. M. H. S Glucose Level
It was 2 a.m. when Mr. H, a 52 year old man, arrived to the Emergency Department accompanied by
his brother complaining of dizziness and hyperglycemia. Upon arrival Mr. H s glucose level was 500
mg/dl. It was not the first time for Mr. H to visit the Emergency Department complaining of glucose
intolerance; he is a regular visitor. In addition to diabetes, Mr. H has a history of hypertension,
dyslipidemia, vision and respiratory problems. He was treated with insulin and put under supervision
for 24 hours. Once his glucose reached normal level, he was given brief instructions and discharged.
Mr. H. works as an industrial engineer away from his family and he is busy most of the time. Due to
his work, he spends most of the time in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The nurse started to ask Mr. H. some questions about his disease and she discovered that he did not
have the minimum knowledge about diabetes or how to control it; he did not even know how to use
the glucometer to check his blood glucose level. Mr. H s nurse was trying hard to convince him to
attend diabetic lectures and read to gain the knowledge needed to prevent the consequences of
diabetes, but again he used the time to make excuses.
In 2003, Mr. H was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease. Therefore, he had to go to the dialysis
unit three times a week. Due to this problem, he decided to retire so he would be able to go to the
dialysis sessions. Mr. H was committed in going to his dialysis session, but still according to him, he
could not change his lifestyle and eating habits. Three years later, his physician decided to do
peritoneal dialysis for him. Mr. H s daughter was taught how to perform it for him at home. Mr. H s
conditions started to deteriorate and he went into depression since he became dependent on others to
an extent that he did not want to take a bath.
Mr. H refused to take his insulin dose and his daughter was worried. In fact, Mr. H was much more
worried because he knew that two of his daughters were diagnosed with diabetes and he did not want
them to suffer. Mr. H continued to resist taking his insulin dose and other medications. In August 13,
2005, Mr. H presented to the Emergency Department complaining of
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Pride In Shakespeare s Othello
As Toba Beta once said, Pride is the mother of arrogance . Pride can cause anyone to overvalue
themselves and lose sight of the truth. In Othello s case, his pride puts himself on a pedestal. When
Iago challenges this by suggesting that Desdemona cheats on him, he slowly loses his confidence and
becomes weak and insecure. Iago vaguely warns him to not become jealous of Cassio, and Othello s
fragile ego once again causes him to let his mind get the best of him. In Shakespeare s Othello,
Othello s pride leads to his downfall in order to show that too much confidence eventually leads to
emotional self destruction. In the beginning acts, Othello is depicted as a very strong and confident
man. When Iago reveals to Othello that Brabantio is angry about his relationship with Desdemona,
Othello continues to be confident and believe that he belongs with Desdemona. Othello shows his
confidence by saying that his [...] parts, my title, and my perfect soul / Shall manifest me rightly
(I.ii.36 37). This shows that Othello has the strength to continue fighting for Desdemona, although her
father does not support the relationship. Othello s pride causes him to believe that because of his legal
status and positive personality, Brabantio will accept him as Desdemona s partner. Although he is
incorrect, his theory proves that he ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Othello is strong and confident, yet allows Iago s lies to destroy him. Throughout the play, Othello s
pride and self esteem slowly diminishes because he let Iago get the best of him. Telling Othello that
Desdemona is cheating on him causes him to become insecure because he does not want to lose his
dignity. Othello s self destruction was caused by his loss of pride as the acts go on. Pride causes
people to believe they are superior, so and when something negative happens it sets them off track. It
is important to not let pride get in the way of everyday situations as it did for
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Analysis Of James Joyce s Dubliners Dubliners
Bria LeeAnn Coleman
ENG 299
Dr. Mark Facknitz
October 12, 2015
Epiphanies in James Joyce s Dubliners Characters in Dubliners experience revelations in their every
day lives which James Joyce called epiphanies. Merriam Webster defines an epiphany as an
illuminating discovery, realization, or disclosure. While word epiphany has a religious connotation,
these epiphanies characters in Dubliners experience do not bring new experiences and possibility of
reform that epiphanies usually have. Joyce s epiphanies allow characters to better understand their
circumstances, generally full of sadness and grief. After these revelations, characters go back to their
lives with acceptance but frustration. Dubliners fail to see their situation fully, which is the reason they
lacked reaching their full potential. Dubliners is full of characters in lethargic positions that Joyce saw
as the fate of all Dubliners. In each story, he gave each individual the possibility of an epiphany, but
often the characters failed to break through and see their ability to change their situations, because of
this, some of these epiphanies occur only on the narrative level, showing the reader that the story s
character missed their epiphany. In fact, in The Dead , the scene is set on/around January 6th, which is
the Feast of the Epiphany. The Feast of the Epiphany celebrates the manifestation of Christ s divinity
to the Magi. The Dead is also Joyce s last chance to make clarity of an epiphany. Will this
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Cinder Compare And Contrast Essay
Although Cinderella and Cinder have many similarities and differences like having Cinder in both of
their names or wearing a dress, they both have similar stories about themselves as well. Cinderella for
example does not live in a futuristic time setting unlike Cinder who does. Cinder also has differences
to Cinderella as well, for example, she is a cyborg and is not entirely human. To continue on, they
have similarities as well, such as having a stepmother. Finally, I will be trying to show the majority of
differences and similarities that come across both Cinderella and Cinder respectively in the best way
that i can possible. First, I will start with the differences that Cinderella has to Cinder. For one,
Cinderella had met the Prince in her story whilst in a forested area, while Cinder met Prince Kai at her
place of work. Another difference she has to Cinder is the fact that she doesn t have an android
companion. One more difference that Cinderella has to Cinder is that she has a Fairy Godmother,
Cinder only has a stepmother. Lastly, these were some differences that Cinderella has to Cinder in her
own/respective story. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
To start Cinder had worn one of her stepsister s dress, Peony s, when Cinderella had worn her dress
due to a little help in getting it. The next difference that i have for Cinder compared to Cinderella is
that she did not get to marry Prince Kai while Cinderella got to marry the Prince in her story. And one
more difference that Cinder has compared to Cinderella is that she is a Lunar, a person from the
Moon, Cinderella is not this as she is a normal person in the basis of her world/real world, meaning
she was born on Earth and not anywhere else unlike Cinder who was born on the Moon. Finally these
were some differences that Cinder has when compared to
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Cultural Issues Of Assisted Living
To begin, there are two main issues that make it difficult for American Muslims to accept assisted
living facilities for their elderly parents or support the development of assisted living and nursing care
facilities. The first issue has to do with their culture and how unique it is. The Muslim culture has
specific guidelines on how they are supposed to live according to the Quran. One cultural issue is that
Muslims are taught to respect their elders, but it was never explained in the Quran how to do that
exactly. Many Muslims are torn between putting their parents in a nursing home because they can t
give them the right care, or they succumb to peer pressure and do what other Muslims are doing
keeping their parents at home with them, which
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  • 1. Students Of Yanka Kupala State University Of Grodno Won Awards 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Students Of Yanka Kupala State University Of Grodno Won Awards Students Of Yanka Kupala State University Of Grodno Won Awards
  • 2. Screen Women Essay Romantic comedy is undeserving of its reputation for being un feminist , since it holds a critical light up to romantic bargaining, the sexual economy and shifting cultural standards . Discuss this statement in relation to two post 1990 Hollywood romantic comedies. The aim of this essay is to discuss why romantic comedy is undeserving of its reputation for being un feminist . This statement will be discussed by close analysis of two post 1990 Hollywood romantic comedies such as Something s Gotta Give (Nancy Meyers, 2003, USA) and Bridget Jones s Diary (Sharon Maguire, 2001, UK). Romantic comedy films which are also known as romcoms , are a sub genre of comedy films and romantic films which can be traced back from the screwball ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hilary Radner has noted Nancy Meyers as being neo feminist because of her view of heterosexual men whom she often portrays as being highly disadvantaged up to the point of suffering a disability and her obvious interest in older women who are portrayed as very successful career women (2011). Her films which are targeting the female audience, as Radner observes, are combining two major disabilities as impediments to love: masculinity and advancing age. Meyer based her film Something s Gotta Give on her own experience as a singleton in her fifties, making Diane Keaton an even bigger star persona who won a Golden Globe, an NBR Award and also a Golden Satellite Award for her role in the film, as Erica. Keaton s character Erica Barry is thin and fit with a natural look and mid length hair. When she appears in her date dress which is a classic little black dress (LBD was highly popularized by Chanel) she catches the eye of both Harry Sanborn (Jack Nicholson) and Julian Mercer (Keanu Reeves). Radner claims that Erica functions as an alter ego of director Nancy Meyers whose stylistic choices somehow displace Keaton s established persona, as Keaton herself stated Clearly, Erica is more Nancy than me (Hilary Radner, 2011: 175). The film tells the story of Erica, a divorced playwright in her fifties who falls in love with her daughter s much older boyfriend, Harry Sanborn who is a playboy known for dating only young women. Doctor Julian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The First Basketball Their dribbling down the court they shoot they score the winning points, that s what makes my team happy. Basketball isn t just dribbling a ball it s rules, teamwork, and lots of fun. Basketball has been played at many time and places. The first basketball was in Springfield, Massachusetts. The first game was played on January 20, 1892. In the first basketball game there were 18 players on each team. Dr. Naismith didn t have the money to design a new ball they used a soccer ball. The first game was played for thirty minutes and the final score was 1 0. There were some rules though in the first basketball game. The first basketball game had 13 rules. Some rules helped with fouls some with putting the ball into play. In rule five ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. How The Other Half Lives Well done, Jacob Riis, well done. In the book How the Other Half Lives, published in 1890, harsh criticisms and observations, along with photojournalism, of the appalling conditions of New York City tenements and their neighborhoods are examined through the eyes of Jacob Riis. As a reporter at the time for The New York Tribune, his writing and photography sparked reform and forced many people, even the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, to focus their attention on the horrendous conditions in which the immigrants of tenement neighborhoods lived in. Many immigrants have Jacob Riis to thank for in part, for he helped shine a bright light on them at a time when many others kept them in the darkness. Just as the Bible s opening chapter is named Genesis, Riis s aptly named opening chapter, Genesis of the Tenement, gives a brief history on how the tenements came to be in the city and sets the scene for one of the most notorious slums in New York City, Five Points. Throughout the first several chapters, Riis talks in general of the dire situation of the people living in the tenements and the tenements themselves. He then goes on to discuss the Italians, Irish, Chinese, Jews, Arabs, blacks, women, and children within these tenements separately chapter by chapter. One may notice the copious amounts of stereotypes, prejudice in some sense, he uses when writing about the Italians, Irish, Chinese, and Jews. However, one has to remember the fundamental reason of his writing when reading ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Analysis Of The Movie The Asian Film And The... Brian Hu, the Asian Film the Supernatural. Fuck this shit. See you next year Cannes. Out . Is a bold twitter quote from the very famous Brian Hu which gave a lecture at CSU San Marcos film class October 20th 2015. He is the artistic director of Pacific Arts Movement and of the San Diego Asian Film Foundation who received his PhD in Cinema and Media Studies at UCLA. His lecture presented grave insight into National cultural specifics but emphasized mostly on China and Hong Kong. He also broke down genres as they play a role in the film industry. Martial arts as a genre are very specific to Chinese cinema and Japan has samurai films of loyalty and justice. As a genre, martial arts take place at a temples or a forest and is very culturally specific. Other genres like body genres are specific to a body reacting to a film and no mater were you are in the world you have a body. In Latin America they have mellow dramas called telenovelas that people want to cry to and in Korea they have their own form of drama shows that they cry to as well. Horror films often have us react with our bodies, for example: if you see something gross you feel it in your body, and at the same time your body is reacting to the way the characters are. Other body genres like comedy can have a reactional impact on your body as well. For example: if you see something funny and you laugh, that is a body reaction. Brian Hu emphasized that classic Hong Kong action films come from the massive influx ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Using Literary Devices In The Sixth Sense After recently watching The Sixth Sense I realized that there is a great use of devices in the film. The Sixth Sense is about a child psychologist Dr. Malcolm, who tries to help a child defeat his dark secret. I think this movie is a prime example of using literary devices such as, foreshadowing and symbolism within the script. I really enjoyed this film for these reasons and would recommend it everyone. There are many instances in which these devices are used in the film, some are much more noticeable than the others. This movie has a really high replay value because, you always notice something new in regards to symbolism. Also the other view points that you can see the story after knowing what happens in the dramatic ending. The many uses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The biggest aspect of foreshadowing used in this movie is the fact that Malcolm only interacts with Cole during the entire movie after his death. This is something that is hard to notice on the first time you watch this film. This aspect gives the film high replay value. When Malcolm is sitting in the living room with Cole s mother the viewer assumes that they are both talking when Cole arrives home from school, when in reality she doesn t even notice Malcolm. When Malcolm attends Cole s plays at his school no one asks him why he s there or anything at all. My favorite example of this is, there are other parents recording the play and are sitting directly behind Malcolm. If they were able to see him, Malcolm would be in the way of the shot. The other parents see right through him because he is dead, I think that this is brilliant foreshadowing for the twist at the end of the film. The temperature change is one of the more obvious uses of foreshadowing in the movie. The temperature dropped in the film when a ghost was upset. A the start of one of the scenes, there is a close up on the thermostat changing to cold by itself. This is foreshadowing on the upset ghosts that are about to visit ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Disadvantages Of Co-Branding Many companies in today s world of globalisation and with increasing pressure to become cost effective and efficient, are looking for different ways to increase brand equity, brand affinity and in general to expand their brand awareness (Stutz Schaffner, 2011). One consideration for companies in answer to this is co branding strategies. As well as reinforcing brand image and, co branding has also become an increasingly strategic tool to capture higher market share and increase profits and is seen to have the advantage of gaining access to new markets (Swaminathan, 2006). Advances in technology have made co branding possibilities more accessible to many companies (Rid Pfoertsch, 2013). Co branding can be described as the combining of two or more brands into a joint product or when they are marketed together in some way (Kotler Armstrong, 2012) or with two or more brand names being are presented to the customer jointly (Rao, Qu, Ruekert, 1999). The advantages to companies of embarking on any co branding undertaking are well described (Grebosz Otto, 2013; Stutz, 2011; Swaminathan, 2006) and almost considered even as a win win for many organisation (Washburn, Till, Priluck, 2004). However, there ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Brand extension can be either when a brand is extended into the same product category or into a new product category. Aaker and Keller (1990) describe this co branding strategy as when a new product or service uses an existing brand name that had been associated with it before the extension. The strategy is that the brand equity and brand image of the brands used to create what is called the extension, transfers to the extension (Hadjicharailambous, 2013). This brand image quality of the existing or parent brands, and the perceived brand fit that are the main factors that influence the success of the extension (Meyvis, Goldsmith, Dhar, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Humanity s False Exploration Of Mars Humanity shouldn t pursue exploration of Mars because we have more pressing issues like conflicts over the world (WW3). Money can be spent on other programs and or research that can be useful today instead of exploring Mars. Also, if they did explore Mars the exploration could bring back a deadly disease that no one can cure. Mars exploration could be disastrous, one scenario that can occur is if the exploration brings back a deadly disease or diseases that no one can cure and can kill all of mankind. Natives died from diseases that were brought from the Europeans and many Europeans died from diseases from the Natives. Disease that we give to the life on Mars that kills all life on Mars or a disease from Mars bought to Earth that kills all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Effects Of Sexual Content On Children s Programming Sexual Content in Children s Programming Children s programming is beginning to raise a concern among many parents due to sexual content being included along with other inappropriate scenes like violence, offensive language or verbal abuse. In a news article by Cheryl Wetzstein, she reports that one in ten parents agreed that there were a lot of good programs on for kids because all the programs are portraying sexual content or violence instead of being educational to children (pg. 40). Due to the recent technological advancements, children s media exposure has increased, causing more children to be bombarded with shows featuring sexual innuendos, sexual activity or adult subtext. Not only is the sexual content being included frequently in programming, children are facing the content in advertisements as well. An example of this is the advertisement poster for The Lion King. The film poster features the face of Simba in which many analyzers and parents are pointing out that between the eyes and above the nose features an image that looks like the butt of a naked woman creating a sexualized image some children could pick up on (Fyfe, 2006, pg. 8). Sexual content throughout children s programming can have both positive and negative effects on the children watching. Many children will become able to understand what is going on in the show or film causing questioning and new thoughts or ideas about sexual activity While parents have a concern about sexual content being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. The System Of Science And The Law CHAPTER 1 Justice and Science Written Assignment Q.1 The system of science and the law have two different purpose. Summarize these in your words. Ans. The purpose of science and law are completely different from each other. As science is responsible for making us understand the natural world. Science is completely based on data and concepts which are together called scientific methods. Where law serves as system to find the truth via fair trial and decision of judge or jury. Q.2 What type of incident was the most important in driving the initial development of forensic science? Ans. The incident that acted as a driving force in the development of forensic science was the discovery of Locard s exchange principal which was evolved from ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mathieu Orfila (1847 1915) Spanish, French toxicologist was a forensic specialist as he worked and mastered his skills in forensic toxicology and solved many case of the same. Calvin Goddard (1891 1955) American scientist who worked in the field of firearm and developed systematic examination system for identification and classification of firearms. Q.4 List the forensic scientists that were involved in the early development of fingerprints. What made fingerprint so important to forensic science at the turn of the 20th century? Ans. Fingerprints were used since 18th century as a mode of identification from one individual to another. Many famous scientists were involved in early development of the same. Following are some of them. 1. Victor Balthazard (1852 1950), French Showed the uniqueness of fingerprints. His probability model showed that chances of same fingerprints are 1060 in different individuals. 2. Alphonse Bertillion (1853 1914), French He was first scientist to solve a murder case using fingerprints in Europe. 3. Sir Fancies Galton (1822 1911), English He started collecting thumbprints in 1888. He was the person who actually developed the first classification system for fingerprints which was later used by British government. Galton also showed the different patterns of finger prints like whorl, arch and loop. Fingerprints became important at the turn of 20th century because of there uniqueness as discovered by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Strategies And Strategies For Emotional Development At A... What am I doing? For my proposal I have chosen my focus to be based around mindfulness strategies and how they can assist in emotional development at a primary school age. In society we are seeing more and more children suffering from mental illness such as anxiety and depression. I believe that by introducing and practicing mindfulness strategies in the classroom environment, students will be able to stabilise and control their emotions which will in turn lead to a sense of ownership for their actions of their body, speech and mind. This will allow students to have a more positive outlook over their education because they will be more focused and settled in the classroom. Why have I chosen this? I decided to cover this topic because it is a personal topic that I am very interested in. Over the last few years I have personally taken up mindfulness strategies such as meditation, to help alleviate stress and have more stability and control over my emotions. Through gaining awareness of these strategies I have also been able to learn about myself on a deeper level. I have built my own identity and gained confidence in aspects of my life where it was otherwise lacking previously. I am now passionate about promoting individuality and diversity because this builds the people we become. Children are only beginning their own journey in this world and believe that happiness can only come from within so I believe it is important to connect with ourselves on an emotional level and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Santrock Edpsych Ch02 02 EdPsy Chap02 6123 8/22/06 2 3:33 PM Page 32 Physical and Cognitive Development Preview Examining the shape of children s development allows us to understand it better. Every childhood is distinct, and is the first chapter in a new biography. This chapter is about children s physical and cognitive development. These are some of the questions we will explore: Do children develop in distinct stages, or is their development smoother and more continuous? How do children develop physically, and how does this affect their behaviour and learning? What is the best way to characterize students cognitive development? How might knowledge of students cognitive development influence the way you teach? How does language develop? What is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Aristotle Greek Philosopher, 4th Century B.C. EXPLORING HOW CHILDREN DEVELOP Twentieth century philosopher George Santayana once reflected, Children are on a different plane. They belong to a generation and way of feeling properly their own. Let s explore what that plane is like. Why Studying Children s Development Is Important Why study children s development? As a teacher, you will be responsible for a new wave of children each year in your classroom. The more you learn about children s development, the more you can understand at what level it is appropriate to teach them. Childhood has become such a distinct phase of the human life span that it is hard to imagine that it was not always thought of in that way. However, in medieval times, laws generally did not distinguish between child and adult offences and children were often treated like miniature adults. Today we view children quite differently than was the case in medieval times. We conceive of childhood as a highly eventful and unique time of life that lays an important foundation for the adult years and is highly differentiated from them. We identify distinct periods within childhood in which
  • 13. children master special skills and confront new life tasks. We value childhood as a special time of growth and change, and we invest great resources in caring for and educating our children. We protect them from the excesses of adult work through ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Literature of Psychology in Dracula by Bram Stoker In the story Dracula , composed by Bram Stoker, the literature of psychology is well presented. Dracula was composed in 1897, the time in which psychology was first being introduced. The novel Dracula was written into an epistolary formation known as a series of letters, newspaper clippings, and diary entries. Jonathan Harker, a young lawyer, travels to Transylvania to presume a real estate transaction with the Count Dracula. Amongst his arrival he suspects peculiar activities occurring. Bram Stoker s Dracula symbolizes the functions of the human mind and how paranoia affects characters, which marks the beginning of the psychological era. A severe economic depression, as well as the beginning of psychology as a social science, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Harker tends to become preoccupied with the fact that something strange is going on, as his personality remains the same, the thoughts he is deliberating will soon impact him. As the nervous state of psychology is repressed, Harker soon feels entrapment as he states, The Castle is a veritable prison, and I am a prisoner (Stoker 172). When Harker announces his future demise, the affects of his actions are soon displayed throughout the story. Upon figuring out that he is now a prisoner at the Counts mansion, his behaviors have been affected dramatically, I rushed up and down the stairs, trying every door and peering out every window I could find; but after a little the conviction of my helplessness overpowered all other feelings (Stoker 172 173). The act of determinism is when ones behavior is caused by physical events going on around them. Harker s behaviors are merely influenced by all the feverish events occurring before him. Since paranoia is a thought process influenced heavily on anxiety or fear of an idea, it is demonstrated when his paranoid thinking process has also caused a conspiracy in his behaviors as he feels like an entrapped prisoner. The idea of suicide is shown throughout the end of chapter IV, as Harker try s to escape reality by jumping out the window. Harker s conscious mind can no longer deal with all the mayhem going on around him as he states, At least God s mercy is better than that of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Summary Of Titus Livius The History Of Rome In Titus Livius The History of Rome, Book 1, he tells the story of the rape of the Sabine women. Though he is a historian, I do not feel that he well represents the true emotion and feeling of the women, as is common for the time period. Throughout the telling, Livy fails to discuss the emotions of the women and does not give an accurate representation of what happened to the captured Sabine women once they were taken by the Roman men. His word choice is purposefully vague and nondescript to make the tale more appealing to men of the time. In chapter nine of The History of Rome, Book 1, Livy writes the beginning of the tale: how Romulus needed women to keep his new city alive and was rejected by all of the families he approached. This leads Romulus ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the first chapter he writes his own version of the tale, showing the true emotions of the captured women: As doves flee the eagle in a frightened crowd, as the new born lamb runs from the hostile wolf: so they fled in panic from the lawless men, and not one showed the color she had before. (Ovid 1.117 20) In this passage, Ovid displays the panic and fear that comes with being taken away from your family which is missing in Livy s version of the story. Rather than using Livy s style of minimal description, Ovid uses similes to show the emotion felt by the Sabines in their situation. From there, he continues to show the violence that is enacted upon the Sabines with the line The captive girls were led away as plunder for the marriage bed (Ovid 1.125). From that line, the reader instantly knows that each woman is being raped rather than slept with, as Livy s version seems to say. Although Rome in seventh century BC was a much different time than the present, I feel that Livy, as a historian, should have written the tale from a more realistic and accurate perspective. Because his telling was not detailed, the story is easy to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Analysis Of Arrival Many science fiction movies often have a common theme either the aliens or turn into a generic overwhelming threat and humanity has to band together to fight against them, like in the films such as Independence Day and Battle: Los Angeles, or the aliens are use as a more colorful backdrop to make the universe seem more diverse, such as in the films Star Trek and Star Wars, or they are left entirely out and focus on humanity s endeavors into space and their failings. Arrival, however, is a science fiction film that uses the premise of an alien invasion to disguise an even deeper meaning. Arrival uses this premise to tackle the issue of xenophobia. Xenophobia is an intense or irrational fear or dislike of people from a foreign country or culture. The film, Arrival, is a testament against xenophobia and shows that if humanity were to overcome their fear of the unknown and work together, they may achieve a great number of things. In Denis Villeneuve s science fiction film Arrival, the director explores a very different view of reality, akin the guise of an alien invasion. Arrival is based on the 1998 novella Story of Your Life, by Ted Chiang, the story contemplates the difficult task and the consequences of communicating with an alien species during first contact. The film opens up when twelve extraterrestrial spaceships appear at twelve different places around the globe. Colonel Weber, a U.S. Army officer, recruits Louise Banks, a linguist, and Ian Donnelly, a physicist, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. The Myth Of The Ant Queen While technology is commonly thought of as inventions and gadgets, anything that humans have developed for specific purposes or to accomplish certain goals, such as methods or models, must also be correctly categorized as such. In Cathy Davidson s essay Project Classroom Makeover, she discusses a few unconventional forms of technology such as the educational classroom paradigm and standardization. Similarly, in Steve Johnson s essay The Myth of the Ant Queen, he presents procedural technology, such as self organizing systems, and conceptual technology, collaborative intelligence. He then utilizes another conceptual form of technology, the complexity theory, to interpret these systems seemingly uncoordinated patterns. Sherry Turkle branches off of Davidson and Johnson s ideas by discussing the consequences of questioning what makes a robot alive in her essay Alone Together. This narrative highlights the technology s effect on humans and the reality of robots either improving or diminishing an individual s quality of life. Besides the slight apprehension of its future usage, humans are mesmerized by the promising potential technology presents. Additionally, structural or paradigmatic technology is deeply intertwined and inherent within society s functioning, making it impossible to separate technology from human existence. Models and frameworks for systems, also known as paradigms, are innate in all organizations and push the limits of human creativity, knowledge, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. How Do Ocean Currents Affect The Climate System The Way of the Ocean Ry Cox 11/17/15 Ocean currents are a very big part of the world s oceans. Ocean currents move water, circulating around the globe pushing warm and cold water all around. These ocean currents are driven by the rise and fall of tides, wind, the sun, energy, surface currents, and subsurface currents. But how does the temperature of the ocean currents affect the ocean? All of these make up ocean currents and help it affect the climate system. Ocean currents also affect the climate system by circulating around the world and using what it is driven by. Without ocean currents there would not be enough moisture or energy in the world. Two of the many big parts in ocean currents are surface currents and subsurface currents. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (Ocean Currents) Right now oceans are being affected by global warming, and not in a good way. Global warming is a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth s atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants. (Google Dictionary) Some of the many things are being affected in the ocean. Like the sea levels, coastlines, ocean acidification, sea water, sea temperatures, tides, the sea floor, the weather, and ocean currents. (Wikipedia) Over the past century it has been seen that sea levels have risen by a lot because of global warming and that has contributed to the temperature increases of the ocean. The ocean has started to get warmer and warmer. Studies have shown that global warming might be changing the direction of the Atlantic Ocean currents and that can disturb sea life and land. As warmer water is coming onto cold water places in the ocean, the warm water is pushing the cold water way. Tides and waves are made by surface currents and subsurface currents and help the ocean currents move. (Currents) The temperature of the ocean currents is a big part because it helps make the circulation pattern as the currents move around. (Pidwirny) What makes the ocean currents spin in a circular formation and move to different parts of the ocean is called a gyre. Gyres are what ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Elizabeth Bennet Pride And Prejudice Essay Elizabeth Bennet stands for the prejudice in the title and Mr. Darcy stands for the pride. This seems to be correct; Elizabeth is quick to make judgments and is very stubborn as she judges Mr. Darcy too quickly and with too little information by accepting Wickham s words without judgment and therefore believes nothing Darcy says is positive about his feelings towards her. Mr. Darcy acts as if he were superior to the people in Hertfordshire. Mr. Darcy was overly proud, underrating the ladies at the Meriton ball. Mr. Bingley asks Mr. Darcy to dance, but he answers: At such an assembly as this it would be insupportable. Your sisters are engaged, and there is not another woman in the room whom it would not be a punishment to me to stand up with (p. 11). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also personal changer to both is that they were angry at first after the proposal, and they were redundant to realize that they have both wronged. But later on after realizing their mistakes they admitted the fact that they were not all wrong one was right. Mr. Darcy was humbled by the rejection, he says so himself in p. 284: By you I was properly humbled . Mr. Darcy s letter made Elizabeth accept the fact that she had prejudged him wrongly hence prejudicing their marriage. Also when Darcy acknowledged that his own pride had hurt Elizabeth, he was ready to completely change and do what he can to rectify the situation. She too is ready to carry the blame as she believes that she is responsible for upholding the report given to her by Wickham confidentially and leading to the eloping of Lydia to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Beowulf Compared To Modern Day Hero In this epic poem, Beowulf is portrayed as an ancient hero but he also has traits of a modern day hero. Throughout the book, Beowulfs character is developed deeper so the reader can see his characteristics. These characteristics can be compared to both an ancient and modern day hero. Beowulf is very similar to other ancient heroes, like Achilles, who were present in other epic poems around the same time period. For example, Beowulf is strong, bold, courageous, and skilled like other ancient heroes are. Beowulf ultimately faces danger head on with extreme confidence and courage just as any ancient hero does. However, Beowulf is also similar to modern day heroes in many ways as well. For instance, most modern heroes are treated with respect, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Necklace By Guy De Maupassant Many authors utilize literary elements to allow readers to predict the plot using details and visualize scenes using imagery. Two examples of these short stories are The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber. The Necklace was about a materialistic woman who faced consequences because of her envious personality and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty was about a man who experienced daydreams randomly throughout the day. Although both short stories used literary elements, Guy de Maupassant utilized them for readers to understand and enjoy the story more than James Thurber. The Necklace was a short story of a middle class woman, Mathilde, who borrowed a necklace from a friend to seem ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But mine was only paste. Why, at most it was worth only five hundred francs! (Maupassant 204). At that moment, Madame Loisel, as well as the readers, learned all the debt Mathilde and her husband went through was for nothing. If she had not worried the consequences from the truth, the hard labor could have been avoided. This was ironic because throughout the whole story the necklace represented something expensive and high class when in reality it was a fake. The Necklace can be described as a story with many detailed and vivid sentences, making each scene come to life in the reader s mind. Even though there are many of these occurrences, the most animated example was right after Mathilde and her husband paid for the replacement necklace. When describing Madame Loisel s hard labor, it was said She washed dishes, wearing down her shell pink nails scouring the grease from pots and pans; she scrubbed dirty linen, shirts, and cleaning rags which she hung on a line to dry (Maupassant 203). This created a visualization and feeling of hard work and exhaustion, which was exactly what Madame Loisel was going through. The details about her nails, for example, form an image of physical wear down. This was significant because in the beginning of The Necklace it was explained that Mathilde cared deeply about her outward appearance. Because of the expensive necklace they replaced, her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Religious Discrimination In The Workplace Religious Discrimination at the Workplace Intro There are thousands of religions in the world, so it is necessary that an employer be very careful to not discriminate against a person for their faith. One can define discrimination as unequal treatment of employees or job applicants based on color, race, gender, religion, age, or nationality. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 made it illegal for and employer who has fifteen or more employees to discriminate against an employee under any circumstance. Many employees can and are still being wrongly discriminated against by there employers or fellow employees over their religions. Religious Discrimination Cases The case EEOC vs. Red Robin Gourmet Burgers was brought before a district court , in August 2005, because one of employees at the restaurant, Edward Rangel, had small religious tattoos around his wrists, which he refused to cover. Red Robin was sued because Mr. Rangel s tattoos were part of his religious practice of the ancient Egyptian religion of Kemetic Orthodoxy. The employee had worked at the business for six months without being approached about his tattoos; Mr. Rangel also talked to management concerning his tattoos being a religious requirement and how covering them would constitute a sin. The district court ruled in Mr. Rangel s favor because of the length of time he had worked and also the size of the tattoos. Red Robin had to pay damages to the tune of $160,000 as well as having to make some dress code policy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Medication List Essay Medication List Generic Name Dose Reason for Taking Potential Side Effects impacting oral health or delivery of dental care Lorazepam 1mg oral tab 3 x day Anxiety drowsiness, dizziness, loss of coordination, headache, nausea, blurred vision, heartburn, and change in appetite Dental aspect Used as oral sedative for dental anxiety one hour before the procedure. An adult companion should accompany the patient to and from dental office Can cause xerostomia, normal salivary flow resumes after discontinuation Levocarnitine (with sugar) 100 mg/mL oral solution n, take 3mL TID To treat low level of blood carnitine caused by use of valproic acid. Dental: Taste perversion Valproic acid 750 mg every 8 hours, earlier it was 250 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Biases : Different dosage , timing of medication were used and age of the patient and medical conditions were higly variable, also the parameters to determine efficacy was variable . Was your clinical treatment consistent with the best available scientific evidence? Describe why or why not. Non surgical treatment like SRP, oral hygiene instruction, chlorhexidine mouthwash was chosen for the patient. Even in the article non surgical treatment was chosen as first option for most of the patients and it was required to reduce inflammatory component in the gingival tissue. Strength : Complete medication list and medical history was provided by care taker A and was utilized in the report.
  • 24. Weakness: Intraoral pictures were not available, intraoral radiographs that were taken were not ass diagnostic but helpful to determine Bone ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Intro to Physical Anthropology Chap 1,2,3 Chapter One Introduction Anthropology: the study of humans in all times, situations, and places. Physical Anthropology: the scientific study of humans as biological organisms, in an evolutionary context. Branches of Physical Anthropology: Human evolution: the study of how and why our human ancestors changed over millions of years. Genetics: the mechanics of inheritance and how evolutionary change works. Paleoanthropology: the study of the fossil record of ancestral humans and their primate relatives. Anthropometry: measurement of the human body, particularly the skeleton, e.g. craniometry. Medical Anthropology: the study of health, illness, and healing from a cultural and/or cross cultural perspective. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (Jean Baptiste Lamarck 19th century). Evolution is not about orthogenesis, the belief that evolution is moving in a straight direction due to a driving force. Philosophical Stances and Evolution Theistic Evolution acceptance of evolution combined with a belief in an involvement of a divine creator. Science and religion as complementary to each other, not opposed. Atheistic Evolution acceptance of evolution combined with a belief that there is no divine creator, or no God. More scientists likely adopt this position( e.g Richard Dawkins) with a tendency to see science as right and religion as wrong. Creation Science (Intelligent Design) complex living systems must have been designed supernaturally( e.g. the human brain or the human eye). Concept of irreducible complexity( an attempt to be scientific) Ex. X is a complicated system made up of interconnected parts. If you take any of the parts away, X won t work. Therefore, X could not have evolved from a simpler state, as anything less than the full set of parts work not work. Nothing intermediate can exist. Natural Selection Species typically produce more offspring than their environment can sustain. Individuals that are better fit within that environment will survive. They will produce offspring with a good chance of inheriting the favorable traits. There is a better chance of the traits being passed on when sexual selection is at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Navajo Code Talkers And American Indians In The United... Research Simulation Task The excerpts from Navajo Code Talkers, and What s So Special About Secret Codes? and the article American Indians in the United States Army, all have similarities and differences in the author s purpose. The excerpt from Navajo Code Talkers mainly focuses on what Native Americans had to do to become a code breaker, while the article American Indians in the United States Army, explains the effects of the code in the war. Finally, the excerpt from What s So Special About Secret Codes? doesn t even mention the Navajo Code Talkers at all, it explains the history of codes and gives examples from throughout history. In the excerpt from Navajo Code Talkers, the author s purpose is to describe the steps the U.S. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Both Navajo Code Talkers and American Indians in the United States Army, are about the Navajo code talkers. However, Navajo Code Talkers focuses on the training these Native Americans went through, along with how the code was created. The article American Indians in the United States Army, explains how the code was used during the war. The final excerpt, What s So Special About Secret Codes? does not even give the example of the Navajo code talkers at all. Instead, it gives different examples of codes that were used throughout history. Finally, all the texts explain that codes are very important, while it be in a general sense, like in the excerpt from What s So Special About Secret Codes? or in a specific way, like how the success in many of the wars the U.S. was part of depended on the Navajo code ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Essay about Legitimacy of the Canadian Intervention in Libya The Libyan Revolution of 2011 initiated with nonviolent political protests modeled after the events in Tunisia and Egypt, and quickly escalated to a full fledge civil war. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar Gaddafi obtained the role of the official ruler of Libya in 1969 by a bloodless coup d etat against King Idris. Gaddafi remained the official ruler of Libya from 1969 until 1977. (Calvocoressi, 2001) Subsequent to 1977, he referred to himself as a symbolic figurehead until the revolt in 2011, which contributed to his death. Gaddafi was the longest serving Arab leader and commonly referred to himself as the King of Kings. Gaddafi s reign over civilians was mostly based on fear. The Libyan conflict differed from the conflicts in Tunisia and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Informants watched people in government offices, factories, and schools, and dissidents both at home and living abroad were executed or assassinated. (Recknagel, 2011:1) As well, fear was instilled across the country from Gaddafi s forty member team of highly trained women bodyguards. Gaddafi had previously been linked to supporting many terrorist attacks, such as, the Lockerbie bombing and the 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing. Therefore, from a realist perspective, Libyans had a legitimate reason to resort to civil war because of rational self interest. Libyans feared what actions the regime may undertake if they remained in power. Moreover, on February 15, 2011, Libyans began the demand for legitimate democracy by initially using pacifist nonviolent protests. After witnessing the fate of Ben Ali and Hosni Mubarak, Gaddafi would not tolerate the demonstrations, and quickly retaliated against the nonviolent protestors and civilians. According to Jon Western, During the last week of February and the first two weeks of March, Gaddafi s forces used fixed wing aircraft, attack helicopters, and heavy artillery to strike rebel force positions as well as civilian neighborhoods known to be loyal to rebel forces. (Western, 2011:356) As well, Gaddafi s regime has been accused of implementing sexual violence including rape and torture against women, implementing religious violence toward non Sunni Islam civilians, and implementing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Analysis Of Chasing Heroine Should this disease have gotten this far in society? The more you engage in any type of emotion or behavior, the greater your desire for it will become. Chris Prentiss. In the documentary Chasing Heroine that was filmed on PBS Frontline, was extremely shocking to watch. This film was filmed in 2016. It followed current and former addicts, their love ones, and advocates. This documentary actually told the truth of certain things in regard to heroine. The light was shed on how the heroine was brought into history, social problems, and shame, and the system. In the documentary, heroine is nothing new, but a disease that has been brewing for a little over 30 years. Before heroine became known for a high, it was a drug called OxyContin, that was given to everyone to take away their problems. These pain problems consist of cancer patients and severe chronic pain. However, Purdue Pharma seen an opportunity to provide a new prescription called Oxy to an old drug name, but gave it an extra release long acting of pain relief. Then started advertising it on commercials for the public to view every day. Less than 1% of patient become addicted. In 2001, Pharma sold over 1 billion dollars with OxyContin over a year. Heroine started to go epic after OxyContin was tapered back from the pharmacy. Heroine was also majority of the middle class to the wealthy white men and woman population that lived in the suburban area. The pharmacy knew what they were doing, and had to pay about 600 million in fines for their neglect to the people. This epidemic was taken to the White House, but President Obama did not take it serious. Obama could care less about this epidemic, that he waited 1 year later to act. However, at this time the healthcare professionals could provide a bottle to every adult in the nation. Heroine was just not hitting the adult population, but young adults tried it too. One particular participant in the film was named Christina. She started heroine at a young age, and now been using for years. She was high while filming the documentary. There was a phrase that stuck out to me that she correlates with, this drug, it has a brain, and it shares mine. I can understand that this is a documentary about heroine, but ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Review Of Richard Strauss s The Ring Of The Nibelungen Wilhelm Richard Wagner (German, 22 May 1813 13 February 1883) was a German composer, known for its opera and Musical. He is not only a composer, but also a theatre director and polemicist. He was a pivotal figure in the history of German opera Front undertake Mozart, Beethoven s opera tradition, turned back the trend of post romanticism opera composer Richard Strauss followed. At the same time, because he was the complexity of the political, religious thought, has become the most controversial in the history of European music figures. [1] Richard Wagner began as a continuation of Carl Maria von Weber and Giacomo Meyerbeer s romantic tradition, but later proposed the concept of art as a whole, the integration of poetry, visual arts, opera and theater, and He made a number of discussions between the 1849 and 1852. Wagner later these concepts into the series of operas composed by the four opera The Ring of the Nibelungen in total took 26 years to complete [2] Later works of Richard Wagner with its complex weave of music, rich harmonies and orchestration known, and he also works in the flexible use of leitmotif, which is seen in conjunction with a particular person, place or thing the one to two sections of music. Richard Wagner some progress in the musical language, such as extreme chromatic system and the rapid transformation of tonality, but also affects the development of classical music. Wagner s Tristan und Isolde can be regarded as the beginning of modern music. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Compare And Contrast Meryl Streep And Alvin Ailey Everyone has a role model. The two people I admire are Meryl Streep and Alvin Ailey. They both show to me how to work hard, take the time to perfect your craft, and to follow your dreams. The performing arts business can be tricky because there is a great deal of competition. However, Meryl Streep and Alvin Ailey never stopped trying and made great accomplishments in their fields. Meryl Streep has gone far beyond perfecting her craft. She is an American actress who has been said to be the greatest actress of her generation. One sign of great actress is the ability to play different roles. She has played both dramatic roles, such as in Sophie s Choice and comedic roles such as in Mamma Mia!. I personally enjoy her dramatic roles the best. She ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Lesson Plan For A Small Group Of Three First Grade,... LESSON PLAN CONTEXT This lesson is designed for a small group of three first grade, classified English language learning (ELL) students. The students are ages six through eight years old and are in a first grade classroom. They spend 90% of their time in the regular classroom, and the other 10% outside of the classroom receiving instruction from the ESOL teacher. All three of these students are female, two of which are Latino and the other of Arabic descent. Only one of the Latino girls was born outside of the United States, and the other two students were U.S. born. They attend Andrew Jackson Elementary School in South Philadelphia. The two Latino students have gone to Jackson from the time they were in Kindergarten, while the Arabic student entered Jackson this year after the school year had already begun. All three of these children are below grade level in all content areas, especially literacy. In terms of this lesson, math is the content area being addressed. The concepts of less than, greater than, and equal to will be taught. Prior to this lesson, the students have learned how to count and label their numbers 0 through 100. They have worked briefly with $#$#1$#$# lines and understand the cardinality of numbers. DESIRED RESULTS In this lesson, I am trying to accomplish teaching the students the key concepts of less than, greater than, and equal to. I want them to understand that each number holds its own value and that a specific number may hold ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Strategic Planning 9 306 002 REV: JUNE 19, 2006 DAVID A. GARVIN LYNNE C. LEVESQUE Strategic Planning at United Parcel Service We fully recognize that it is not possible to develop a true strategic plan more than a few years out and that business plans should have an even shorter horizon. But we are convinced that it is possible and wise, indeed necessary, to develop a set of very long range scenarios that can form the foundation for our future strategic plans. Michael (Mike) J. Eskew, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, United Parcel Service (UPS) As Mike Eskew walked through the long, open atrium of UPS s corporate headquarters late in March 2005, he thought about his upcoming lunch meeting with Vice President of Corporate Strategy Vern ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Senior management and staff, working in a collegial, consensus building culture at corporate headquarters, set direction, determined priorities and budgets, and defined initiatives and rollout plans. The more hierarchically run field was responsible for execution and meeting revenue and cost goals. The Corporate Strategy Group s (CSG s) strategic planning manager, Ed Rogers, explained: All strategic decisions are made by the corporate office. UPS does tactical, rather than strategic, planning at the regional level. There is a clear line between strategy and execution, since the regions focus on delivering on the next quarter s business. They also have rollout responsibility. Said one observer, One side of me says it would be nice to have more autonomy in the regions, but we re in a network business, and what s best for one region could easily foul things up for other regions or the overall network. Culture Over the years, the company had acquired a reputation for being relentlessly focused on efficiency and execution. Founder Casey instilled a desire to run the company like a military operation, ordering recruits to be polite at all times and to place speed above all other virtues. 1 Carefully researched work methods, developed by industrial engineers and rooted in time and motion studies, coupled with time tested policies and procedures, led to UPS s reputation for low cost and highly predictable ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Enron Was A Publicly Traded Energy Company Enron was a publicly traded energy company formed in 1985 by Kenneth Lay when Internorth acquired Houston Natural Gas; the company, based in Houston Texas, Enron (originally entitled EnterOn , but was later subjected to abbreviation), worked specifically in power, natural gas, and paper and even ventured into various non energy based fields as they expanded, including: Internet bandwidth, risk management, and weather derivatives. Several years after the founding of the company, Enron hired a man by the name of Jeffrey Skilling, a former chemical and energy consultant, who, upon promotion, created a team of high level administrative employees who, by using special purpose entities, lackluster reporting of finances, and unethical accounting practices, hid billions of dollars of debt from unsuccessful arrangements and ventures from stock holders and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Enron executives achieved this scheme by using a controversial accounting method entitled mark to market accounting, which in essence, assigns value to financial commodities based on their projected market values; mark to market accounting is the opposite of cost based accounting which records the price of a commodity at the purchase price. As a result of this new method, Enron s worth skyrocketed to over $70 billion at one time, only to collapse miserably several years later ultimately costing thousands upon thousands of people their jobs, pensions, and retirements. Enron s employees ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Cold War Was Predominately Between Two Major Powers The Cold War was predominately between two major powers in the world. These two super powers were the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States beginning in 1947. The Cold War happened relatively soon after the Second World War. Why did the Cold War begin? In 1947, the Cold War began and it was due to various reasons. Some historians believed that the bombing of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused the Cold War. In addition, the United States president during 1945 (Harry S. Truman) had a strong dislike for communism and the leader of the USSR (Stalin) at the time. Another main reason, the Cold War began was because of USSR s expansion in Eastern Europe. Overall, the Cold War began due to the spread of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Not only did Truman s dislike for Stalin cause the Cold War but also Soviet Union expansion was a leading cause of the start of the Cold War. In the Second World War, Germans invaded the Soviets. During the Second World War, approximately 25.3 million people living in the USSR died from the German army. 3 All of these deaths, during the Second World War, concerned the USSR. The USSR wanted to expand westward because they wanted to create a buffer zone between Soviet Union as a way to protect themselves from future invasions. When the Second World War ended, the USSR still had troops in Eastern Europe this allowed the USSR to help the communist parties rise to power thus assimilating them into the Soviet Union Army.4 This buffer zone was later be known as the Iron Curtain (Soviet Army). Due to the Russians imperializing more countries and turning them into communist countries, it caused hostility and concern among the Western European powers. However, countries in Western Europe did not take any action to stop the Soviets because they were afraid of war until the US intervened in 1946.4 Roosevelt told his advisors, The Russians only understand one language how many armies have you got? I m tired of babying the Soviets . 9 He wanted to halt communism from growing by stopping Soviets from taking over more countries. A major country, Truman was worried about the Soviet Union taking over was Iran. During the Second World War, the Iranian government enlisted ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Pilots Received Human Factors Training g that Zonks pilots received human factors training, company manual training, or procedures for an SMS program. However, pilot s reiterated that the owner stated, Never be unsafe, but try and be creative before aborting a flight. 1.9 Final Analysis The pilot was a newly hired employee who was currently outside of his window for qualifications of flight. He was overdue for this Part 135 check ride that was to be accomplished by the owner/operator of Zonk Airlines; however due to poor documentation the owner/operator had let the unqualified pilot fly. The pilot had experience flying this particular make and model of aircraft prior to the day of the accident; however, it was unclear wither or not the pilot had experience flying in mountainous areas because the pilot s logbook was never found. Furthermore, the pilot failed to follow proper procedures by filing a IFR or VFR flight plan, acquiring a weather report, by failing to do a proper weight and balance of the aircraft, and he failed to secure the cargo properly. Zonk employee s failed the pilot by failing to inquire about the pilot s personal life that was obviously affecting his professional life. Procedures should have been followed to take the pilot out of service until a proper determination could be made about his ability to perform his duties properly. The HFACS model would have aided the supervision of Zonk Airlines to perform a proper overview their company. Maintenance personnel at Wrench and Fix had ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Women In The Fifth Letter Heloise In the fifth letter Heloise refers to women as the weaker sex. Regardless of whether or not she believed that herself, that was the common thought of the Middle Ages. It was believed that the female mind was inadequately equipped, compared to that of a males, and it was frowned upon for a woman to show that she might be more intelligent than any male. According to Williams and Echols, women physicians were often charged as witches by male physicians or tangled up in legal issues because they competed with the males. Heloise was very careful to never challenge Abelard s intelligence. She always addressed him as if he were above her, and appealed to his position in the church regardless of the fact that in contrast to Heloise , Abelard had failed miserably in monastic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the second letter, Abelard asserts his authority over Heloise, and states that she can only contact him if she is seeking help for matters that pertain to God. Heloise acquiesced to this because she realized that to Abelard, she was the weaker sex, and that he needed her to seek his advice to prove his authority over her and also because she wanted to continue to correspond with him. According to Professor Stephen G. Nichols, writing was equivalent to the caress that Heloise used to receive from Abelard. In the fifth letter, she appeals to Abelard s ego by addressing his need to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Political Philosophy Of Niccolo Machiavelli Niccolo Machiavelli, a banished political theorist once said, The first method for estimating the intelligence of a ruler is to look at the men he has around him. Compared to the men around him, Machiavelli has the most compelling political philosophy. Machiavelli certainly is a leading political theorist who uses history and straight forwardness to prove his point. The Prince is filled with great knowledge that has the ability to inspire the reader. Niccolo Machiavelli use of historical analysis, realist attitude and brazen syntax are the driving forces that make his political philosophy so compelling. Machiavelli found it really important to study those that came before him. Machiavelli states, I have been unable to find among my possessions anything which I hold so dear or esteem so highly as that knowledge It is this knowledge and carefully analysis of history that makes his argument truly compelling. Theorists before him like aristotle used observation and imagination in order to develop their political theory s. But observation does not determine political success it is the careful analysis and emulation of great leaders . Machiavelli proves this when he says , But as to exercise for the mind, the prince ought to read history and study the actions of eminent men,...and above all, do as some eminent men have done in the past,..so that when fortune changes she may find him prepared to resist her blows. This speaks to the spellbinding nature of Machiavelli s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Analysis of Imitiaz Dharker s Poems. Minority They ll say: She must be from another Country Imitiaz Dharker Imitiaz Dharker was born in Lahore, Pakistan in the year 1954. She is a poet, documentary film maker and an artist. Her family moved from Lahore to Glasgow when she was less than year old. Presently she divides her time between London and Mumbai. Her other works includes Purdah and other poems (1988), Post Cards from God (1997), I speak for devil (2001), Terrorist at my table (2006), Leaving foot prints (2009). Dharker is also a documentary film maker and has scripted and directed over a hundred films and audio visuals, centering on education, reproductive health and shelter for women and children. In 1980 she was awarded a Silver Lotus for a short ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They see someone who is not tuned with them, someone who is not like them, someone who is from a different world, someone like a ghost. For them the speaker stands out for apparently all wrong reasons and she is an outsider to them, in their midst she is an alien. So the speaker sits scratching throughout her lonely nights. It can be interpreted as she is scratching a desperate plea a message on a piece of paper. But if we infer the deeper meaning it can also mean that she is scratching because she is feeling uneasy, she is scratching over the scab of division and the label that she is a minority. She is scratching over the scab of people treating her minority over her skin colour. A page doesn t fight back , according to me this is the most powerful line in the whole poem. By page here she is referring to a minority person like herself. The speaker hopes that whatever she has spoken so far shoots through the thick layer of stereotypes the community has set and the noise of repression of the community. So whole carrying on with this life of hers, the speaker comes across a person who is stranger to her yet there is something about the person that makes her feel like she knows him or her. The face of the person is pure and simple without any mask of stereotypes. The speaker can actually read through the persons face and his or her outcast ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Effect Of Ph Levels On Daphnia This experiment is being performed to show the effect of pH levels on daphnia by changing pH levels and measuring the heart rate. Introduction Daphnia are used to test water toxicity, they are a vital part of fresh water ecosystems. They are a food source for smaller fish and invertebrates and considered to be a consumer of algae and bacteria (Elbert, 2005). These small crustaceans range in size from 2 5mm long and are commonly referred to as water fleas. Daphnia belong to the group called Daphniidae, which is a relative of freshwater shrimp. It is easy to see the internal organs of daphnia because of a transparent taco shell like carapace. A carapace is the hard outer part of a shell or covering. A daphnia s life span can range between 1 56 days. (Elenbaas, 2013; Clare 2002). The comfortable pH level for daphnia is between 7.2 and 8.5 (Clare, 2002). In this experiment different pH levels ranging from 3 to 11 were used to test the effects on daphnia heart rate. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14. A pH ranging from 0 to 6 is acidic, a pH of 7 is neutral, and a pH higher than 7 ranging from 8 to 14 is basic. PH revolves around hydrogen ions (H+). The reason pH levels can be acidic, basic, or neutral is because acids give hydrogen ions away while bases accept hydrogen ions. (Decelles, 2002). The intention of the experiment was to measure how different pH levels affect the heart rate of daphnia. The objective of this experiment was to measure the heart rate of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Back To The Future, By Marty Mcfly Jr. In the movie, Back To The Future Part II, when Marty McFly Jr. sits down to watch TV, he doesn t need to use a remote control to change channels. Instead, he barks commands directly at the big screen TV and names six different channels that he wants to view, all of which instantly appear in a grid on the TV. In another scene, Marty approaches a Garden Center fruit dispenser and commands it to give him some fruit. His first command is Hey, fruit! He is ignored by the dispenser because it has been programmed to respond only to polite commands. When the dispenser fails to respond, Marty says Fruit, please! and the dispenser lowers from the ceiling in the kitchen. Then Marty says Thank you and the dispenser opens and allows him to grab some fruit. Marty then says Retract and the dispenser rises back to its original position. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Now, 27 years later, we have the ability to use voice commands to control computers, smartphones, appliances, and other electronic devices. You may have heard of the Amazon Echo, which is a small voice driven electronic device that sits on a desk or table and responds to the name Alexa. The Echo can respond to commands requesting music tracks and radio stations and can also answer questions and control smart appliances. More than 4% of the homes in America now have an Amazon Echo sitting on a desk or a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Southern Cone History Throughout the United States of America the Southern Cone and its history may be an unknown. However, two countries located in Latin America s Southern Cone have important histories that are relevant to the America. Argentina and Paraguay are major nations of the southern cone that participated in an undercover operation called Operation Condor which connects many countries of the Southern Cone. Argentina is the biggest country of the southern cone and has a unique history with penguins. The Magellanic penguins call Argentina home. These penguins have an interesting take on the relationship between the mother and father during a mother penguin s pregnancy. After laying the eggs the father goes and eats for forty days while the mother sits ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Paraguayans do not have many historical happy times in their past. Their history leading up to Operation Condor involves three men that led the country to a government based on military dictatorships. After Jose Francia and Carlos Lopez, two of the first leaders of Paraguay after winning independence from Spain, Francisco Lopez is in power in 1862 (Resnick). Lopez was interested in not being a country of isolation and forced everyone to be part of the military unless one was a priest or could pay the price to not be in the military. While he signs a treaty with Uruguay a war is about to begin over who is in power in Uruguay. Lopez runs into trouble with bringing Paraguay into the War of the Triple Alliance. Paraguay falls on the wrong side having to fight against Brazil, Argentina, and the Colorado Party of Uruguay (Resnick). Paraguayans are forced with two options that both end in death: not fight and be executed by Lopez or go to war and be killed by Brazilians, Argentinians, or Uruguayans. Paraguay eventually has to even send their children to fight due to the loss of many people. After Paraguay loses the war, Brazil takes the country over. The next known leader that Paraguay has after Brazil leaves is Alfredo Stroessner. This man starts the process of Operation Condor in 1975 (Resnick). Stroessner becomes leader of Paraguay in 1954 due to his planned military coup taking over the nation. He was the Commander in Chief of the military in Paraguay controlling all parts of the military. Stroessner put conditions in place like Argentina with additions including secret police, censorship, prison camps, torture, no freedom of speech, banning unions, curfew, dissolving Congress, and suspending the Constitution. His reason for the military coup and the new conditions put in place in Paraguay was due to the fear of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Pricing And Distribution Strategy Memorandum Pricing and Distribution Strategy Memorandum With any pricing strategy, the price must match the branding of the product. For example, for a luxury item branded product, the price needs to be higher to coincide with the branding perception. A few pricing strategies to focus on include product cost based strategy, customer focused strategy, and product life cycle strategy. The distribution strategy also plays a crucial role in the successful implementation of a new product. Furthermore, MM Inc. needs to determine what distribution channels will have the greatest influential means to market and sell the new product. Pricing Before Mobile Marketing determines which pricing strategy to choose, the organization should consider the overall objectives. Which pricing strategy will fit best with the objectives of the new product development? Is the purpose to make the most amount of profit the fastest way possible, or to develop a long lasting relationship with the target market to establish long term profitability and growth? Determining the key objective will help to discover which pricing strategy works best, however, the company has to make a profit to continue business. According to M.U.S.E. (2013), pricing involves the customer demand schedule, the cost function, and the competitors pricing. All three factors need to be addressed during the discussions of the following pricing strategies. The first pricing strategy is the product cost based strategy. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Fact Check Google added a new tool on Friday designed to fight the spread of fake news on the web. Fake news includes stories that contain intentional lies or unchecked rumors. The new Fact Check program automatically labels questionable stories in users search results. It provides links to fact checking sites like Snopes and Politifact with these stories. This way, the reader can determine the accuracy of the stories claims. Major websites such as Google, Facebook and Twitter have been facing pressure to help stop the spread of fake news across the Internet. This issue was highlighted during the U.S. presidential campaign when several fake news stories were spread about candidate Hillary Clinton. Over the past few years, sites such as Google ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A network of 115 fact checking organizations will provide the accuracy assessment for questionable articles. As a result, Google searches based on the same claim could return different opinions on the story s accuracy or inaccuracy from different fact checkers. But even with differing opinions on the truth of a story, Google hopes that the range of opinions from different sources will give users an idea of the degree of consensus on any suspicious claims. The degree of consensus measures how many people who are knowledgeable on the subject agree on something. Fact Check Tool Is An Important Step Of course, some fake news readers will likely continue to reject the truth in favor of a fake news article. They will believe claims that seem to support prejudices they already have. Fact Check won t eliminate the problem of fake news completely. But Forte thinks that Google s new tool is an important step in fighting the growth of misinformation on the web. Asking companies like Google and Facebook to think about these problems and do what they can to address them is a start, says Forte. But it doesn t go far enough. We need both technological and social solutions. Both good design and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Physical Appearance of Class Differences and Wealth Do you consider yourself a part of the upper class? In the society in which we live in today, it is widely known that people at higher social classes obtain finer access to premier education. On account of the statement previously mentioned, prestigious institutions steer the way to more business relationships and eventually, a greater chance of obtaining a higher income due to increased job opportunities presented through connections and networking. This concept is known as elitism and is fairly popular belief amongst the competitive population. Elitism is the belief that certain persons or members of certain classes or groups deserve favored treatment by virtue of their perceived superiority, as in intellect, social status, or financial resources1 . But I would like to question the basic premise of this argument since there is something more than just wealth which determines one s social class. The argument I make throughout my paper focuses on the aspect of why attractive people are, on average, wealthier and have higher paying jobs than less attractive people. This statement is a theory I do not stand by alone. In order to persuade and convince to my readers that attractive people are more successful, I will be citing documentation of well known facts reported by leading psychologists, economists, and their research studies. A book that I occasionally will be referencing to is Beauty Pays: Why Attractive People Are More Successful and is written by Daniel Hamermesh, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. American Red Cross Humanitarian Group Essay There are many humanitarian groups out there, but what exactly is a humanitarian group? Well it is a group of people that have an urge to help the community and the people in it. They do all sorts of things like help the poor and the less fortunate. They also run different programs like if you need counseling or help getting back on your feet after an addiction or disaster. But is that really all there is to a humanitarian group? One of the thousands of humanitarian groups and probably the most well known is the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross does many things for our community and nation. One of the things they do is prepare. This is when they might go to homes or go to different buildings to install fire alarms. Or if there is going to be a flood they might go and help people sandbag their house. Not only do they prepare but they also respond. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They do many things such as run the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library is a way children across the community, whether rich or poor, can always have a book to read. Currently United Way has mailed over 260,00 books to roughly 8,300 kids in the Bismarck Mandan area. It may sound kind of sad, but some kids do not have enough food at home on the weekends so they will go to school on Monday and find themselves tired, dizzy and distracted. But the United Way has targeted that problem by creating the Backpack program. The Backpack Program is where children in the Bismarck Mandan area take home a bag of food every weekend, so they won t go hungry. The United Way does not only help the poor and needy, it also helps the elderly that do not want to live in a nursing home but cannot live by themselves. The best part is there are over 769 home services that help them with this. The United Way continues to help our community and the people that live here by giving them a better tomorrow and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Mr. M. H. S Glucose Level It was 2 a.m. when Mr. H, a 52 year old man, arrived to the Emergency Department accompanied by his brother complaining of dizziness and hyperglycemia. Upon arrival Mr. H s glucose level was 500 mg/dl. It was not the first time for Mr. H to visit the Emergency Department complaining of glucose intolerance; he is a regular visitor. In addition to diabetes, Mr. H has a history of hypertension, dyslipidemia, vision and respiratory problems. He was treated with insulin and put under supervision for 24 hours. Once his glucose reached normal level, he was given brief instructions and discharged. Mr. H. works as an industrial engineer away from his family and he is busy most of the time. Due to his work, he spends most of the time in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The nurse started to ask Mr. H. some questions about his disease and she discovered that he did not have the minimum knowledge about diabetes or how to control it; he did not even know how to use the glucometer to check his blood glucose level. Mr. H s nurse was trying hard to convince him to attend diabetic lectures and read to gain the knowledge needed to prevent the consequences of diabetes, but again he used the time to make excuses. In 2003, Mr. H was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease. Therefore, he had to go to the dialysis unit three times a week. Due to this problem, he decided to retire so he would be able to go to the dialysis sessions. Mr. H was committed in going to his dialysis session, but still according to him, he could not change his lifestyle and eating habits. Three years later, his physician decided to do peritoneal dialysis for him. Mr. H s daughter was taught how to perform it for him at home. Mr. H s conditions started to deteriorate and he went into depression since he became dependent on others to an extent that he did not want to take a bath. Mr. H refused to take his insulin dose and his daughter was worried. In fact, Mr. H was much more worried because he knew that two of his daughters were diagnosed with diabetes and he did not want them to suffer. Mr. H continued to resist taking his insulin dose and other medications. In August 13, 2005, Mr. H presented to the Emergency Department complaining of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Pride In Shakespeare s Othello As Toba Beta once said, Pride is the mother of arrogance . Pride can cause anyone to overvalue themselves and lose sight of the truth. In Othello s case, his pride puts himself on a pedestal. When Iago challenges this by suggesting that Desdemona cheats on him, he slowly loses his confidence and becomes weak and insecure. Iago vaguely warns him to not become jealous of Cassio, and Othello s fragile ego once again causes him to let his mind get the best of him. In Shakespeare s Othello, Othello s pride leads to his downfall in order to show that too much confidence eventually leads to emotional self destruction. In the beginning acts, Othello is depicted as a very strong and confident man. When Iago reveals to Othello that Brabantio is angry about his relationship with Desdemona, Othello continues to be confident and believe that he belongs with Desdemona. Othello shows his confidence by saying that his [...] parts, my title, and my perfect soul / Shall manifest me rightly (I.ii.36 37). This shows that Othello has the strength to continue fighting for Desdemona, although her father does not support the relationship. Othello s pride causes him to believe that because of his legal status and positive personality, Brabantio will accept him as Desdemona s partner. Although he is incorrect, his theory proves that he ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Othello is strong and confident, yet allows Iago s lies to destroy him. Throughout the play, Othello s pride and self esteem slowly diminishes because he let Iago get the best of him. Telling Othello that Desdemona is cheating on him causes him to become insecure because he does not want to lose his dignity. Othello s self destruction was caused by his loss of pride as the acts go on. Pride causes people to believe they are superior, so and when something negative happens it sets them off track. It is important to not let pride get in the way of everyday situations as it did for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Analysis Of James Joyce s Dubliners Dubliners Bria LeeAnn Coleman ENG 299 Dr. Mark Facknitz October 12, 2015 Epiphanies in James Joyce s Dubliners Characters in Dubliners experience revelations in their every day lives which James Joyce called epiphanies. Merriam Webster defines an epiphany as an illuminating discovery, realization, or disclosure. While word epiphany has a religious connotation, these epiphanies characters in Dubliners experience do not bring new experiences and possibility of reform that epiphanies usually have. Joyce s epiphanies allow characters to better understand their circumstances, generally full of sadness and grief. After these revelations, characters go back to their lives with acceptance but frustration. Dubliners fail to see their situation fully, which is the reason they lacked reaching their full potential. Dubliners is full of characters in lethargic positions that Joyce saw as the fate of all Dubliners. In each story, he gave each individual the possibility of an epiphany, but often the characters failed to break through and see their ability to change their situations, because of this, some of these epiphanies occur only on the narrative level, showing the reader that the story s character missed their epiphany. In fact, in The Dead , the scene is set on/around January 6th, which is the Feast of the Epiphany. The Feast of the Epiphany celebrates the manifestation of Christ s divinity to the Magi. The Dead is also Joyce s last chance to make clarity of an epiphany. Will this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Cinder Compare And Contrast Essay Although Cinderella and Cinder have many similarities and differences like having Cinder in both of their names or wearing a dress, they both have similar stories about themselves as well. Cinderella for example does not live in a futuristic time setting unlike Cinder who does. Cinder also has differences to Cinderella as well, for example, she is a cyborg and is not entirely human. To continue on, they have similarities as well, such as having a stepmother. Finally, I will be trying to show the majority of differences and similarities that come across both Cinderella and Cinder respectively in the best way that i can possible. First, I will start with the differences that Cinderella has to Cinder. For one, Cinderella had met the Prince in her story whilst in a forested area, while Cinder met Prince Kai at her place of work. Another difference she has to Cinder is the fact that she doesn t have an android companion. One more difference that Cinderella has to Cinder is that she has a Fairy Godmother, Cinder only has a stepmother. Lastly, these were some differences that Cinderella has to Cinder in her own/respective story. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To start Cinder had worn one of her stepsister s dress, Peony s, when Cinderella had worn her dress due to a little help in getting it. The next difference that i have for Cinder compared to Cinderella is that she did not get to marry Prince Kai while Cinderella got to marry the Prince in her story. And one more difference that Cinder has compared to Cinderella is that she is a Lunar, a person from the Moon, Cinderella is not this as she is a normal person in the basis of her world/real world, meaning she was born on Earth and not anywhere else unlike Cinder who was born on the Moon. Finally these were some differences that Cinder has when compared to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Cultural Issues Of Assisted Living To begin, there are two main issues that make it difficult for American Muslims to accept assisted living facilities for their elderly parents or support the development of assisted living and nursing care facilities. The first issue has to do with their culture and how unique it is. The Muslim culture has specific guidelines on how they are supposed to live according to the Quran. One cultural issue is that Muslims are taught to respect their elders, but it was never explained in the Quran how to do that exactly. Many Muslims are torn between putting their parents in a nursing home because they can t give them the right care, or they succumb to peer pressure and do what other Muslims are doing keeping their parents at home with them, which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...