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John A. Macdonald Analysis
John A. Macdonald
A man of many struggles including the Settling of Western Canada, The Economy and the Provincial/
Federal conflicts
John A. Macdonald became Prime Minister following the 1867 Confederation. He was a man who
connected future provinces, developed national policy and secured Western Canada. One of the four
founding fathers of Confederation, Canada grew to include: not only Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,
Ontario and Quebec but also, Manitoba and BC with the other territories following after. The nation
building came with great opportunity but also struggle for the new Prime Minister who had already
been finding resolution in empty bottles. The challenges that Macdonald faced was the security of
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Quebec s anger with the unmerciful death of metis leader Louis Riel, Nova Scotia s campaign to
divorce Confederation, and BC wanting to back out of Confederation due to the broken promises
faced with the finishing of the Railway. The following of the Red River Rebellion, led Quebec to
blame the Prime Minister with an unfair trial of Louis Riel. They stated that he shouldn t have been
found guilty for his actions. The later result louis hero or not? Quebec finds Louis a hero for his
actions of defend his land and save his people. Others find him a murderer or shouldn t be given title
of such honorary. The next conflict was Nova Scotia s leader Joseph Howe s want to divorce
confederation. The end result was to stay together with Canada out of fear of being annexed to the US.
The ultimatum was made by Macdonald to Howe and purposed a better solution to the problem. BC
was having an issue after Macdonald resigned because the promise of connection to the rest of the
Country, was forgotten after Mackenzie came into power. The national policy following the
conservatives back in power regained the trust of BC and the completion of the Canadian Pacific
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Theology Of Fear Book Review
Fear is an emotion that is common today, both in the secular and Christian camps. Many become
scared over minute things, but then there are those who have strong fears about events in their past
that then cause fear about future events. How do we know when we should be fearful and when we
should simply be cautious? Overall, the book was excellent, and it offered a strong approach to
understanding fear and how to overcome it. And while I understand Dr. Ken Nichols s intent, I would
be interested in learning how to apply the content of this book in the context of a counseling session.
While reading the text, I found that there was not much emphasis given to the theology of fear as
outlined in Scripture. I understand that the book was an overview
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Orientation Vs Religion
Overtime, sexual orientation has been viewed differently across different cultures. Your sexual
preferences should matter or define who you are as an individuals. When you think of sexual
orientation in a Christian household, you visualize a male and a female together. For some reason
same sex relationships are frowned upon. Some get disowned by their families or even get left on the
streets to survive alone. It is sickening and disgusting towards how people who are gay get treated by
these people of the Bible . I m not too into religion because it s a very difficult thing to understand and
master. People shouldn t be criticized on viewed differently due to sexual orientation. Now in the U.S,
gay marriage is legal but that doesn t change
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Differences Between Monarchy and Democracy
Differences between Monarchy and Democracy
1. Democracy is a type of government that emanates from the constituted powers that are elected,
depending on the system (presidentialist, parliamentary, constitutional monarchy, semi presidentialist,
semi parliamentary, etc...) directly or indirectly by the people. Whereas in an absolute monarchy, an
absolutist regime exists and is in power because of family lineage.
2. In democracy three state powers(in most cases) exist as a checks and balances system, these being
the judicial, executive and legislative as it was enunciated in Montesquieu s Of the Spirit of law. And
they are independent, complementary and with no relation of subordination. Whereas in an absolute
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Whereas in a monarchy the monarch is the law and there are privileged classes, where no laws apply,
just the laws of the king.
L État, c est moi Louis XIV
[ 1 ]. Difference b/w a military government and a monarchy: In a monarchy the King or emperor is a
civilian or a military that was entitled to the position of monarch by inheritance, whereas in a pure
military government the armed forces of a country assume power by the means of a coup d etat.
[ 2 ]. Exempli gratia; in Hungary and in Republic of China, even though they are not completely
democratic, fit as an example for they are semi democratic, the first one has 4 branches (executive,
judicial, legislative, and the attorney general). China has five branches(Executive yuan, legislative
Yuan, judiciary Yuan, Control Yuan, and Examination Yuan). Also, is important to mention the
difference between powers or branches and bodies. Powers are the ones that control one specific social
role, verbi gratia, the judiciary controls the courts, but bodies serve a specific function under a power
or branch. An example to serve this is Germany that has three brances( executive, judicial and
legislative) but
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Purpose And Objectives Of Tesco
OVERVIEW
Tesco PLC is one of the largest retailer in the world and by revenues it is the third largest , started in
Welwyn
garden city , Hertfordshire , England, and united kingdom , it has a large varieties of superstore and
merchandise stores in many continents .it is one of the leading market of the groceries in the UK in
which it has
a market share of 28.4% , it has stores in many countries like Hungary , Thailand , Malaysia , Ireland .
Recently
it s been proposed to open up in UAE.
Tesco started life in 1919 once Jack Cohen started merchandising surplus groceries from a stall within
the East finish of London.
The Tesco s whole business appeared 5 years later in 1924 once he bought a cargo of tea from a Mr. T.
E Stock
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The brand name of Tesco first appeared on packets of tea in the 1920s.
Tesco started life in 1919 once Jack Cohen started merchandising surplus groceries from a stall within
the East finish of London. Mr. Cohen created a profit of £1 from sales of £4 on his initial day.
The Tesco s whole business appeared 5 years later in 1924 once he bought a cargo of tea from a Mr. T.
E Stock
well. The initials and letters were combined to make Tes co and in 1929 Mr. Cohen opened the
flagship Tesco
store in Burnt Oak, North London
1
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ANALYSIS
By the end of February 2004 Tesco PLC achieved revenues of a sum total of £33,557 million
($59,307.9
million), a rise of 18.7% against the previous year s revenues that were £28,280 million. The company
s
revenues are basically derived from 3 major geographical areas: the United Kingdom, and remainder
of Europe
and Asia, that accounted for 73.8%, 10.1% and 8% of business 2003 revenues.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AMONG UK, EUROPE AND ASIA
UK AISA EUROPE
totaled £24,760 million
(THIS YEARS SALE)
16.2% RISE increase of 31.4% increase of
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Jean Piajet s Theory Of Cognitive Development
Cognition is the study of the thought processes or mental activity by which we acquire or deal with
knowledge (Thomas Keenan, Sabhadra Evans 2009:157). The first theorist to look into cognitive
development systemically, and the man in which I am going to discuss in this essay is a Swiss
psychologist called Jean Piajet (Drew Weston 1959:455). Piajet viewed intelligence as the individual s
way of adapting to new information about the world (Drew Weston 1959: 456). He believed that
people used two processes to adapt to something new. These two processes are called assimilation and
accommodation (Neil R Carlson, William Bukist and G Neil Martin 2000:408). Assimilation is the
process of incorporating new objects or situations into existing schemas. Accommodation is the
process of altering existing schemas or creating new ones to deal with objects or experiences that don t
fit readily into existing schemas (Jeffrey S Nevid 2009:354). Piajet believed that at different age s
people use a different logic to develop their thoughts. The stages of development introduced by Piajet
are the Sensorimotor stage, the Preoperational stage, the Concrete operational stage and the Formal
operational stage. The stage in which I am going to discuss in detail in this essay is the second stage of
Piajet s theory or the Preoperational stage, as I believe it will be the most relevant stage to myself in
my future profession (Drew Weston 1959:457). The preoperational period lasts from approximately
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As nurses we must be able to understand the stages of development in order to understand how the
different age groups view the world. I think the stage I choose, which was the preoperational stage or
stage two of Piajet s theory, was the most relevant to me. It helped me to get a better understanding of
what it will be like to work with children of that age and also the best way to do
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Black Hole Of Technology Summary
The black hole of endless, unimportant streams of technology enabled information is devouring
everyone living in the 21st century. Words once said by Leena Khan highlighting the downfalls of
technology. Leena Khan in the writing, Black Hole of Technology argues much better points than
Stefan Etienne in the writing, Teens and Technology Share a Future. Consisting of strong points,
having highly effective structure and claims, and it has good structure are all reasons The Black Hole
of Technology is superior to Teens and Technology.
The passage, Black Hole of Technology has many points that stand out. The author had reasonable
opinions which were shown from a real experience the author explained. The text has strong reasons
like the fact that technology isolates us from the rest of the world, keeping us indoors. When Leena s
friends were all glued to their phones, she said, I, on the other hand, glanced out the window
separating us from the beautiful weather outside. This proves that technology is not always the best
form of entertainment. When we are on our device, it is kind of like we form a barrier to the real
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It has a clear lack of scientific evidence, but that s no the purpose of this piece. The author intended to
write about how her quality of life is increased without technology, not to list off statistics. Some
people also criticize the piece for having not a wide enough target audience. This can be true for
writings, but in this circumstance, it is not. The author is arguing how teenagers are sucked into the
black hole, and how it affects each other. This whole passage is supposed to be for teenagers.
Therefore, the author does not have to narrow of a target
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Ocean Pollution Causes
The Causes of Ocean Pollution Ocean Pollution has been occurring for years. It is important because
trash and toxic substances are harmful to humans and animals. Animals are continuously dying either
by being choked from trash caught around their neck or them mistaking it for food. Humans are
responsible for overfishing. There is less fish species due to overfishing. Ocean Pollution is caused by
people, natural disasters and animals. When looking at the ocean pollution caused by people it impacts
animals and ourselves as humans. For many years, the unregulated dumping of chemicals, toxins and
other waste directly into lakes, rivers, streams and oceans triggered disease and other risks to humans
and wildlife(Calhoun 89). This can affect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
If seabirds and marine life keep dying from eating cast off garbage they will eventually become
extinct. The dumping of toxic liquids in the ocean directly affects the marine life as they are
considered hazardous and secondly, they raise the temperature of the ocean, known as thermal
pollution, as the temperature of these liquids is quite high(causes and effects). Toxic liquids are not
good for the water, humans and marine life. The temperature of the ocean is highly affected by carbon
dioxide and climate changes, which impacts primarily the ecosystems and fish communities that live
in the ocean(causes and effects). Too much carbon dioxide is a bad thing because too much can make
the water warmer than it should be. Landfills urban runoff, ocean dumpsites, ocean vessels and the
dumping of fossil fuel are just a few of the pathways that lead to the oceans(Calhoun 109). All these
pathways to pollution are making it unsafe for marine life to be in the water. The release of other
chemical nutrients into the ocean s ecosystem leads to reductions in oxygen levels, the decay of plant
life, a severe decline in the quality of the seawater itself(causes and effects). The less oxygen there is
in the water, the harder it will be for marine life to breathe and the harder it will be for plants to grow.
Sewage or polluting substances flow through rivers or drainages directly into the ocean(causes and
effects). The sewage harms animals in the
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Escapism In Match Point
Match Point, the film which critics call a surprising rebirth (Neher 554) is Allen s darkest and most
misanthropic film, and tells the story of the Irish tennis player, Chris Wilton, who works in a London
high end club as a tennis instructor, when he meets Tom Hewett. Tom s sister Chloe, a rather boring
woman, shows interest in Chris and the two become a couple, and Chloe grants him access to the
upper class of London and a financially secure future. His life begins to skid when he begins an affair
with Tom s fiancée Nola, a struggling American actress. Nola satisfies his sexual desires, whereas
Chloe only wants to have regulated intercourse in order to become pregnant. For a while, Chris leads a
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In Match Point, Chris Wilton starts to play tennis because it was a way out of poverty and offers a
more glamorous life. When he decides not to pursue this career, he goes to London to work as a tennis
instructor, still not knowing what he wants to do with his life. Over dinner, he mentions how he had to
wash cars to make a living, similar to the life of Nola Rice. She escapes from her rural life in Boulder
Colorado, where she comes from a broken home. She tells Chris that she never went to college, her
sister is a drug addict, her father left her family early, and that her mother, also an alcoholic, had to
take care of the family, but could not hold any job. Therefore, she sent Nola to beauty pageants, where
her insecurity started. Nola, always known as the sexy vamp, is in fact a vulnerable woman (one
divorce and two abortions), who only wants to be loved by a man. Chris and Nola both want to climb
up the social latter, which indicates a deeper and blunt character; they are hungry in ways the Hewett s
will never need to be (Cooper
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Nonverbal Observation Essay
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
INTRODUCTION
On September 12, 2008, I observed two people; Person A and Person B. The observation took place at
Applebee s, a local restaurant, beginning at 7:21 p.m. and ending observation at 8:06 p.m. I was
serving their table for the evening, enabling myself to observe them closely. The restaurant had died
down from the dinner rush, leaving them one of three tables in the smoking section, normally filled
with eight. Along with the outside light fading, the lighting indoors was dim, making the dining
experience feel more quiet and intimate. The background noise was filled with a light roar of other
group s conversations, and a jazz station played quietly from the speakers overhead.
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I could observe many times of laughter, and took note of no negative expressions.
Along the lines of laughter, another observation I observed was Person A s tone. I was able to observe
this closely walking by their table several times throughout the night. Person A had a deep, gentle
voice that stayed at a fairly steady low volume throughout dinner. He spoke fairly fast, but I think he
was simply excited to be with Person B; trying to fit in as much as he could. His laughter was low and
hearty, but stayed near the volume he spoke. He also used a lot of hand gestures. His stories were
filled with help from his hands and arms. He was quite animated and looked excited to be talking. At
one point it looked as if he was trying to describe a house using hand gestures.
One last nonverbal observation I will mention is that of Person A s posture. He generally sat hunched
over the table, rarely sitting up straight. Combined with the other nonverbal observations, this posture
suggests he wanted to be as near to Person B as possible.
OBSERVATION OF PERSON B
Person B was a female around the age of 22. She was about 5 ½ feet tall with a slender build and
shoulder length blonde hair. The first nonverbal observation I made about Person B was the way she
dressed. She had a knee length black skirt paired with a light blue sweater. This outfit suggested she
was dressed up for a special event. However, her
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The Events Of The 2007 Tragedy
Crisis Management CA Virginia Tech Tragedy (2007) Background April 16th, 2007 is remembered as
a day that saw one of the single deadliest gunman shootings in recent history which a seemingly
normal college student, Cho Seung Hui, murder 32 people on campus grounds within a two and a half
hour time frame. Nine years have passed since the fatal tragedy occurred and the repercussions have
laid the grounds ever since for the method colleges and educational facilities, the world over, approach
crisis planning with a mind to minimise the severity, should such a terrible incident arise, and restore a
safe and placid environment for all involved. This report will critically analyse the steps surrounding
the events of the 2007 tragedy and offer suggestions as to how such a sensitive topic should be
considered today. Planning After the fallout of Virginia Tech, third level institutions made it a priority
to have protocols in place if ever such a similar event were to happen to their communities. With
similar incidents having happened in familiar circumstances before, it had become clear that
preparation for any and all crisis matters was crucial in the society we live in (Barker and Yoder,
2016). A near decade prior, Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools , was published
by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice following the 1998 Thurston
High School shooting. The guide set out to be seen as part of an overall effort to make sure
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Persuasive Essay On How To Make Makeup
With a million different shades, a bountiful of techniques, and the hidden technicalities, makeup will
always be a struggle. The face serves as a canvas, and like all kinds of artwork, it has its own share of
mistakes that you cannot help but make. Makeup is not expected to be perfect on the first try, so it is
okay. Below you will read some of the most commonly made makeup mistakes and mishaps.
Before putting anything on your face, you have to make sure your face is as clean as it can be. Even in
this process people make a number of mistakes.
You may have all the products you need, moisturizer, cream, face masks, and so on, but if you leave
out the right way to cleaning your face then you might neglect the use of these products in the first
place.
Dr. Nicholas Perricone, MD, emphasizes that it is a common point of confusion. He speaks on how it
should be correctly done and what people are unconsciously doing wrong.
Whether you are in your teens, 20s or have mature skin, the basics are the same: To avoid irritation,
stay away from scrubbing grains, abrasive pads/washcloths, alcohol based toners and astringents.
These can disturb the normal skin pH and produce inflammation and dryness that will age and damage
the skin.
It is also not a good thing to wash your face with hot water because the temperature will cause your
face to get rid of its needed natural oils that will keep the skin from being parched. It is much better to
go for either cold water or something lukewarm.
Emily Orofino also lists on PopSugar.com makeup mistakes that she has noticed over time. The first
to take attention to are the brushes you need for makeup in the first place.
No matter what the situation, it is important to keep your makeup brushes clean. When your makeup
brushes are not cleaned regularly, you are at a risk of breaking out or messing up your future looks.
Everyone has to go through this, even professionals.
Another one that is commonly observed is the foundation application process. Of course, it is
important to know what shade is the best for us. The problem lies on where we test the shade.
Orofino sheds some light on a common mistake that is testing the shade on the back of our hand.
When testing the shade on the
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My Home Congregation Of Beautiful Savior
I chose to evaluate my home congregation of Beautiful Savior in Omaha, which was an interesting
challenge. Having grown up in the church as the son of a DCE (now a pastor) there, I was already
pretty familiar with the educational opportunities provided, but it was interesting to take a much
deeper look at it and evaluate the shortcomings as well. The Dirt on Learning offered a strong basis
for the critique of educational ministry from the perspective of the parable of the sower, making
parallels with how it relates directly to education. Beautiful Savior is a unique church in the LCMS. It
is a large, contemporary, and progressive church that is pushing the boundaries of ministry in some
areas (as well as pushing the buttons of some people in the synod). The overall sense that I got from
the time I spent observing, interviewing, and teaching is that a lot of the different ministries blur
together and there is a bit of a Beautiful Savior bubble. Being a large church, it is easy for people to
blend in to the crowd and not go deeper than attending a service on Sundays. Having spoken with the
three DCE s on staff, the all had very similar things to say regarding this.
A few quotes from the DCEs attribute educational struggles to people who just don t want to get
involved. People have a natural resistance to anything that threatens their comfort zone. People are too
busy [to get involved in educational programs], said Jim Haack, DCE.
Scotte Hansen, DCE, likewise said,
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Company Of Cooper Tire And Rubber Company
1. Discuss how a ROWE type program would fit in organizations where you have worked or an
establishment that you are aware of. Explain why it would or would not work.
A ROWE type program would both work and not work at my current company of Cooper Tire and
Rubber Company. The success of the program would be based on the department and their functions.
ROWE programs would not work in my current role as a Customer Service Coordinator. My current
role is a customer facing position requiring me to physically be at work and available to the customer
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. in order to answer questions, process requests, and solve any issues that
may arrive with shipments or the product. My position is highly concentrated in email
correspondence; other positions within my department are primarily phone based. These types of
correspondences require people in the department to be accessible to answer the phones or emails and
also to provide information from or enter information into SAP. SAP requires the person to be
hardwired into Cooper s secure network. These two factors usually mean the person must be at the
office to perform the vital duties of the job. Jobs that are customer facing or jobs that require
personnel to be at a certain place at a certain time would not be ideal for ROWE. When performance is
based upon time and place ROWE type programs cannot be utilized. Departments that would be
considered time of day sensitive that could still utilize certain ROWE type
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Luck Egalitarianism Summary
In reaction to gross and compounding economic disparities in the international sphere, cosmopolitan
philosophers like Moellendorf have addressed the international state, claiming that the degree of
inequality is unjustifiable. Moellendorf operates with a Rawlsian understanding of ethical relations,
but expands this notion from the domestic sense into the international sense, claiming that the degree
of globalization is sufficient such that it creates an association in which the interdependence is
sufficiently strong, largely non voluntary and constitutive of a significant part of the background rules
that govern members lives, forming the basis of duties for distributive justice. From this understanding
for the need for global distributive justice, Moellendorf claims that the main strategy to address this
inequality is through a global progressive tax. Moellendorf s conception, however, overstates the
degree to which globalization has created international cohesiveness. Though a progressive tax would
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Luck egalitarianism refers to the arbitrary methods by which various states came to be in possession
of their resources and the need for a system of redistribution similar to Moellendorf s global tax in
order to address the systems of inequality arising from arbitrarily having more or less valuable
resources. Wenar, however, disagrees with the notion of a global tax, citing concerns over sentiments
of distrust in states recently liberated from former colonial states. In response to this distrust, Wenar
proposes a system of popular resource sovereignty, in which the value derived from a nation s
resources are not subject to global taxation, but rather are directed toward the benefit of the nation s
people rather than a nation s
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Analysis Of Nosql Database Management Depending On The...
ANALYSIS NOSQL DATABASE MANAGEMENT DEPENDING ON THE FEATURES AND
DIFFERENTIATION OF RDBMS
ZAHRAA MUSTAFAABDULRAHMAN AL ANI
JUNE 2015
ANALYSIS NOSQL DATABASE MANAGEMENT DEPENDING ON THE FEATURES AND
DIFFERENTIATION OF RDBMS
A THESIS SUBMITTED TO
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED
SCIENCES OF
ÇANKAYA UNIVERSITY
BY
ZAHRAA MUSTAFAABDULRAHMAN AL ANI
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
DEGREE OF
MASTER OF SCIENCE
IN
THE DEPARTMENT OF
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCEINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
JUNE 2015
ABSTRACT
ANALYSIS NOSQL DATABASE MANAGEMENT DEPENDING ON THE FEATURES AND
DIFFERENTIATION OF RDBMS
AL ANI, Zahraa Mustafa Abdulrahman
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In this paper, we will review one of the graph database (Neo4j), which the graph database is part of
the emerging technology that is called NoSQL and compared it with one of the traditional relational
databases (MySQL). MySQL, it is being another name for Relational Databases and it has been used
for a long time period until now. However, with the emergence of Big Data there was clearly a need
for more flexible databases. Facebook s Graph Search use Neo4j, a graph database, is an application
which clearly displays how relationships need to be modeled in a more efficient and sophisticated
manner than using conventional relational models. In this paper, we will make a comparison between
MySQL and Neo4j based on the features like ACID, replication, availability and the language that is
used in both of them.
Keywords: RDBMS, NoSQL, Relational Databases, MySQL, Neo4j, ACID.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABSTRACT ..............................................................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS.........................................................................
LIST OF FIGURES .............................................................................
CHAPTERS:
1. INTRODUCTION..........................................................................1
1.1 Motivation................................................................................3
1.2 Aim Of The Study........................................................................3
1.3 Scope Of The Study.................................................................... 3
1.4 Thesis question ..........................................................................3
2. LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................4
2.1 Data.......................................................................................4
2.2 Database..................................................................................4
2.3
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Argumentative Essay On Tiger Parents
Janice Mirikitani was born to Japanese American parents. She is a sansei (third generation Japanese
American). She is a college student attending University of California Los Angeles. Mirikitani doesn t
seem to be struggling in school, but while she is aiming for a 4.0, she seems to be falling a tab bit
short. She was sent to my office because she had a breakdown in the middle of an exam in class. The
professor was extremely worried about her, because she was one of his top students yet recently her
grades started to fall lower and lower. Even with her grades falling slightly she is still doing an
excellent job in class, exclaimed Professor Lanoue, and she is still one of my top students, but I ve
noticed how stressed out she has been. The breakdown was the breaking point. I started off by asking
her about light topics, like friends and significant others, but then I asked about her parents, and it
really stuck her.With the way that Janice Mirikitani describes her parents, it seems as though they are
tiger parents. Tiger parenting is a common used word to describe most Asian parents in America. Tiger
parents are the extremely strict parents who push their children to be academically successful by being
as close to perfection as possible. According to Yale Law professor Amy Chua, mothers gobble smack
smack her children when her children fails their test like when tigers do when they find children.
Since she was raised bt tiger parents, Mirikitani s mentality is
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Signet-Ring Cell Adenocarcinoma Case Summary
A Case of Signet Ring Cell Adenocarcinoma Unique presentation with Concurrent Non
gastrointestinal Malignancy.
Authors: Sandar Linn1, Hernan A. Lopez Morra1, Sofia Nigar1, Juan Tejada1, Nami S Haeri1,Shah
Giashuddin2,Jonathan Chow2, Mahesh K. Krishniah1, Sury Anand1.
1 Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Internal Medicine, the Brooklyn Hospital Center,
Brooklyn, NY.
2 Department of Pathology, the Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Abstract:
Background: Signet ring cell adenocarcinoma (SRCC), the histological variant of ampullary
carcinoma, is an extremely uncommon malignancy. To our knowledge, this report is the first case of
SRCC with concurrent non gastrointestinal malignancies.
Case Report: A 66 year old male with history of prostate cancer, anglioblastoma multiforme presented
with jaundice and abdominal pain. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and
Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) suggested a duodenal tumor at ... Show more content on
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90% of SRCC take place in the stomach [1]. SRCC is extremely uncommon in the ampulla of Vater,
and only 32 previous cases have been described in the literature [3].
Because of its uncommon entity, the histological genesis of SRCC is still mysterious. While previous
authors suggested that the tumor came from the ectopic gastric mucosa located at the ampullary region
since most of SRCC are found in stomach [9, 10], others declared that SRCC occurs from the gastric
type metaplastic epithelium [1] which appeared possibly due to the elevated acidity since the
metaplastic changes were are usually observed at the duodenal bulb in peptic ulcer patients [10].
However, Our case did not support both theories like the other case because it did not show any
gastric mucosa around the tumor nor peptic ulcer found in EGD
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the effects of divorce on children and adolescents Essay...
The effects of Divorce on Children and adolescents
Divorce or the parent separation is a major life change for the children and can
lead to dreadful consequences. Divorce affects children and adolescents
negatively, from different aspects resulting from the change in their family and
the multiple stressors that they are facing.
The Psychological, educational, emotional and social effects of divorce can be
really devastating for both parent and children. Children and adolescents have
different ways of dealing with divorce, which reveal their emotions and feelings
towards their parent separation.
Divorce has a negative effect on the psychological and emotional aspect.
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Fegan(1999) reports that Dealing with their friends as the same way before
divorce is a rare, they tend to isolate themselves from people around them.
Moreover their behavior within the class changes they turn to be more
disobedient and also deal with their conflicts with people physically (by hitting
them or throwing stuff at them.... etc.) . also their behavior around the people
they live with change , they use inappropriate language and tend to be as
stubborn as possible.
The negative effect that divorce has on the social aspect regarding children and
adolescents. Fegan(1999) reports that they have difficulties in socializing with
their friends , parents and their relationship partners. The lack ack of trust is also
a negative effect resulting from divorce which can lead to having hard time
establishing an intimate relationship later on .O Connell Corcoran (1997) reports
that they feel abandoned and that their parents are not available to them any
more which leads to the independent urgency. Moreover their social environment
keeps on decreasing due to the fear of being left out and abandoned. They also
tend to make their own decision as for challenging and competing with their
parents. Patrick Fagan (1999) states Poor social skills, characterized by
aversive or coercive interaction styles, lead directly to rejection by normal peers
the fear of being left and the
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The Environmental Effects Of Plastic Shopping Bags
Originally patented in 1965, the single use plastic shopping bag has since become ubiquitous in
America and around the world. Plastic bags were first introduced in grocery stores in 1977, and by the
early 2000s they constituted 80% of the market for shopping bags (Laskow). These bags caught on
because they were stronger, lighter, waterproof, and many people found them easier to carry than
paper. Most importantly though, they were cheaper, meaning retail stores had strong incentives to
make them available to customers and promote their use (Petru). In other words, plastic bags became
popular, and remain so today, because they are convenient. However, this convenience does not take
into account the environmental effects associated with their production, distribution, and disposal.
Once these aspects of their use are considered, it is clear that the convenience of plastic shopping bags
do not justify the harms to the ecosystem caused by their existence.
Plastic bags are usually made out of high density polyethylene (HDPE), a strong, durable plastic made
from ethylene monomers (Clark). 134 million metric tons of ethylene are produced each year as of
2014, with 28% of that production going towards the manufacture of HDPE (Lazonby, Ethene ).
Ethylene is produced from oil and natural gas, and in the process has significant environmental
consequences. According to a 2013 study by Ghanta, Fahey, and Subramaniam published in the
journal Applied Petrochemical Research, For ethylene produced from naphtha and ethane [the two
main sources of ethylene], the energy expended during the extraction and ocean based transportation
of fossil fuel sources (crude oil and natural gas) contributes significantly to adverse environmental
impacts such as GHG [greenhouse gas] emissions, acidification, and eco toxicity. To make ethylene,
fossil fuels must be extracted, transported, and processed (Lazonby, Ethene ). Then the ethylene must
be processed to make HDPE (Lazonby, Poly(Ethene) ). HDPE, in the form of plastic pellets, is then
transported to the plastic bag manufacturer. The manufacturing process of Novolex, a maker of plastic
packaging products that sells bags under the brand name Hilex Poly ( Company Overview ), is
described
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Should Performance Enhancing Drugs Be Allowed In Sports
Professional sports people who have previously tested positive to performance enhancing drugs
should not be able to compete at the Olympics. Performance enhancing drugs violates the spirit of
sport and subsequently causes detrimental outcomes for athletes. (Refer to Appendix 1.0) Throughout
this essay it will explore and examine current legal legislations within sporting. The usage of
performance enhancing drugs has overtime become a major issue within jeopardising the health of
athletes and become a major scandal in the news. Performance enhancing drugs are defined as a
substance taken by athletes such as anabolic steroids used by professional and amateurs to enhance
their performance. The world anti doping agency has a code of conduct that explores the prohibited
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He has argued that prize money in tennis should be reduced in order to fund more regular blood
testing and protect the sport s image.
An athlete that is culpable for drug use and abuse of the cycling is Lance Armstrong who led
ramification with the cycling industry. Lance Armstrong has been tested more than 600 times but was
never detected positive for drugs. It was reported that biased allegations were emplaced and
Armstrong was guiltily of illicit drugs, falsifying information and bribery. Despite the fact Armstrong
was stripped of his titles it was unfair for the other competitors who weren t using drugs, as they were
unable to celebrate the glory of winning.
David Robertson reiterates that the biggest problem concerning the association of drugs with sport is
the disorganization surrounding the testing policies, governing bodies and sport authorities and the
differentiating opinion on policy and sanction. The clear definition of procedures and to what extent
they are related to the use of testing in certain drugs. (Refer to Appendix
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Analysis Of Once Upon A Time
Once Upon a Time by Nadine Gordimer Imagine witnessing a family s surroundings turning before
their eyes as their neighborhood becomes dangerous by the days, also Having constant fears of
homeless people barging into their home and stealing their beloved items and food to survive. With
the family having to secure their home, the family s only son died from the things that were suppose to
protect them. As you well know the child ends up dead at the end because of over security. In the short
story Once Upon a Time Nadine Gordimer has a weird transition with point of view at the end of the
first page. This transition helped out develope the mood. The point of view of this story is unique
because of the transition. If the story had a different perspective it would change most of the story. The
story begins with the narrator (Nadine Gordimer) in her bed explaining an offer she had been given.
The offer was to write a children s book, but she didn t write children s stories. The same novelist that
had offered her the opportunity wrote in a book of his every writer ought to write at least one story for
children. Her job was to write an analogy of stories for children, In the first three paragraphs she woke
up from the stress and anxiety that she had. The stress had made her hear certain things. Nadine
Gordimer thought there was a person in her home. A creaking of the kind made by the weight carried
by one foot after another along a wooden floor. Soon she realized that
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Multicultural Education In Education
Detailed Outline
Multiculturalism and education
I. Introduction:
a. Multicultural education relates to education and instruction designed for the cultures of several
different races in an educational system. Globalization has led to many people migrating and
spreading all over the world. As a result there is no specific area in the world that embodies one group
of people of a specific nationality. Especially in the UAE, the presence of multi nationalities calls for
an education that includes specific consideration to the variety of nationalities and cultures present in
the classroom. Therefore, Responding into all the cultures that exist in one area is the goal of
multicultural education. Educating that helps understudies comprehend and identify with social,
ethnic, and other assorted qualities, including religion, dialect, sexual orientation, age, financial,
mental, and physical contrasts. Multiculturalism is proposed to urge individuals to cooperate and to
praise contrasts, not to be divided by them. As a result, embracing diversity in a way that improves our
educational systems and not neglect it.
b. Thesis statement: adopting a multicultural education system in classrooms is a way of reducing
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Multicultural education has many benefits and is needed nowadays in our global world. This type of
educational system benefits the student in developing a personality that teaches them to battle the idea
of stereotypes and detrimental manners. Students learn to look at the society in a way that involves the
awareness of social justice in this multicultural global world. Not only does it affect the personality
and psychological aspect of education it affects the intellectual aspect by including multiple view
points and perspectives when it comes to critical thinking. Multicultural education encourages the
student to maintain a positive attitude when it comes to different cultures and nationalities present in
the classroom
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Arthritis Benefits
15 Drug Free Ways To Feel Better If You Are Suffering From Arthritis
Overview
Arthritis is a disease that is affecting a larger population and the healing depends on whether an
individual takes it seriously or neglects it. When arthritis is treated at is early stages the joints may
totally heal with the simple remedies. At the chronic stage the home remedies will only help to reduce
inflammation and the pain but the condition may come back later. Arthritis occurs when the immune
system treats the joints as bacteria that can cause infection. Under normal circumstance, the immune
system attacks the bacteria that are a threat to the body. It therefore attacks the joints causing
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Research by scientist shows that most people who do strenuous activities when they are in the process
of recovery from arthritis take too long to heal from the pain. This is because they keep on hurting the
recovering joints hence have no ample time to recover. Relaxing will enable quick recovery.
2. Regular exercise
Gentle exercises have been found to be more effective in easing arthritis effects. Walking, stationary
cycling and swimming are the famous exercises used by American victims and have been confirmed
to effect healing within the shortest possible period.
3. massage
Massage is the most well known method of soothing somebody. It is therefore the recommended
method to sooth your aching joints. The natural massage gels such as olive oil can be used to deliver a
more natural with no effects treatment.
4. Include fish oils in your diet
Research by world nutritionist fish oil ease inflammation and reduce the pains in the joints. It is also
believed to improve flexibility of the joints. Ensure before considering fish oil supplements, consult
your doctor to avoid negative effects that it sometimes come with it.
5. Consider ice and warmth
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Personal Ethics Research Paper
My Personal and Professional Ethics Paper
Shiji Jomon
Grand Canyon University
My Personal and Professional Ethics
The Beginnings: Morals, Values, and Ethics Given to Me as a Child
It is certain that one s childhood has a great influence in rest of their lives. What I saw, heard,
understood, encouragements and discouragements received, books read, friends and neighbors,
religion, teachers are some of the important things that have shaped me into an adult. Personality
development happens in the earlier stages of one s life and therefore things such as morality is
established during childhood. A person s moral code is what defines his or her personality, while,
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My personal values led me to choose a profession which requires caring, knowledge and integrity.
Hence, I always find my personal values going in line with the requirement of nursing profession.
However, situations may arise where there is a conflict between my personal values and beliefs and
those of patient s. In such situations it is advisable to get help from fellow nurses or other members of
the healthcare team. As nurses we are accountable each and every actions and determined to uphold
the professional ethics. For instance, in the case of a criminal defense lawyer, the lawyer s personal
morals probably finds homicide to be depraved and deplorable. However, his legal ethics demands the
suspect to be defended in the court of law, even if the lawyer knows for a fact that the accused is
guilty and that if he or she is freed it could lead to more crime. Hence, I believe that in the
professional life of a nurse, just like a lawyer s, ethics must supersede morals for the greater good of
upholding values when a nurse encounters an equally difficult situation and painful options to choose
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Egg Baby Project
Egg Baby Project amp; Baby Think It Over Child Development Ms. Stump You are responsible for
your egg baby and must take your baby everywhere you go, even to school! There will be a day care
center in Room 225 for you to drop off/pick up your baby each day. Please read the requirements and
consequences for not following them. This project lasts for four (4) days. You will be given class time
to complete the project; you will also be responsible for caring for the baby outside of class. If you
have questions, please ask! Please do not wait until the last minute to come to me with any questions
or concerns, if it is too late there isn t anything I can do. You must receive an 85% or higher in order to
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I will provide One (1) 9 Volt battery in order for my student to participate in the baby simulation
project. Battery is due: ___________________________. Please check all that apply, permission will
not be granted if specific boxes are not checked * Permission to participate in the Egg Baby Project
Initial __________ * Permission to participate in the Baby Simulation project if student is eligible
Initial __________ * No permission granted for Baby Simulation Initial __________ Please be aware
that any damage or loss to the Baby Think It Over will result in you and/or your parent/guardian
having to reimburse the school the total cost of the baby which is over $500. Student Signature
_________________________________________________ Date: ______________ Parent/Guardian
Name: (Please Print) ___________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature __________________________________________________ Date:
____________ RETURN THIS FORM BY _________________________ Name:
____________________________ Total Grade: _____ Egg Baby Grading Guidelines: (200 Points
Total) * Obtain parent/guardian signature by ________________ (5 Points) _________ You cannot
complete your project without it. * Create a carrier for Egg Baby prior to receiving him/her. (10
Points) _________ See Carrier Guidelines for more information * Decorate your Egg Baby (10
Points) _________ See Egg Baby Guidelines for more
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There Is A Reason Why God Allows Evil
In John Hick s piece There is a Reason Why God Allows Evil , he explains his view on the roots of
evil. Hick brings up the problem of an all loving God that allows evil to occur in the world. The
conclusion that arises God must not be all loving then. However, Hick explains that humans free will
is the problem that leads to evil. A few strengths that Hick has in his argument is the laws of nature, he
mentions that they ...would have to be extremely flexible; sometimes gravity would operate,
sometimes not; sometimes an object would be hard and solid, sometimes soft. There could be no
sciences, for there would be no enduring world structure to investigate (129). Nothing could hurt
anyone or anything, and the world would be some perfect fairytale; ...life would become like a dream
in which, delightfully but aimlessly, we would float and drift at ease (130). Hick goes on to explain
that evil allows people to learn what is good, grace and faith. If evil doesn t exist, then how could one
tell the difference from right or wrong? There would be no moral lessons to be taught or learned from
since there is no wrong, and wrong an only be done when there is evil. Hick also mentions that
bravery, courage and strength would have no point and meaning. Everything that builds character
would not exist. The weakness in Hicks argument is that he is blaming free will for the ultimate cause
of evil. There are obviously nature disasters that could be considered evil as well. Hick believes that
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Keystone Cruiser
In American, summer may be the season for beer, but beer maker Keystone Light has found itself in
hot market competing against some major brands. With many of the premium brands upselling their
light beers, Keystone has been forced into a position where it must be bold if it wishes to survive. By
focusing on who the Cruiser is, and why they would enjoy Canhole, they can make a product that is
far more valuable than the premium beers that they are up against.
The essence of the Cruiser is that they are able to find enjoyment from the small things in life. The
cruiser does not need much and Canhole embodies that. While a premium beer drinker may need more
expensive and more elaborate means of entertainment, the cruiser can find enjoyment by utilizing a
cardboard box and some empty beer cans. The Cruiser is likely to be a person that believes in
simplicity, is friends and family oriented, and can laugh at themselves (Schiffman Wisenblit, 2014).
Unlike many others, the Cruiser is not working just to get ahead in life, there are also not trying to
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However, for a marketing plan to be effective, one must define the Cruiser in marketing terms. This
requires segementing the market, and then targeting the segments where Cruisers are found. One
segmentation model, PRIZM, segments households into 66 consumer groups based on socioeconomic
ranking, consumer behavior, and media exposure patterns (Schiffman Wisenblit, 2014). Each segment
is given a socioeconomic rank according to their neighborhood data for income, education,
occupation, and home value (Schiffman Wisenblit, 2014). Out of the 66 consumer groups, Red, White,
Blue, Young Rustic, and Family Thrifts seem like the best place to find the Cruiser. Knowing the
lifestyle of the Cruiser will help to convince the Cruiser that Keystone Light and Canhole are for
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Essay On Maryland Climate
Geography and Climate of Maryland Despite the insignificant size of Maryland, it exhibits
considerable climatic diversity so it is possible to experience many different kinds of climate. In the
summers, there will be beautiful sunshine and in the winters, there will be snowfalls. The kids will
sure have a lot of fun making snowmen and snowballs! The climates are perfect for farming so the
farmers will not have to worry about the crops not growing and it is possible to have prosperous and
luxurious life by selling tobacco plants. Maryland also has many geographic features such as the
Chesapeake Bay, which divides Maryland into the Eastern Shore and the Western Shore. There are
also the Catoctin Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, and the Piedmont Plateau. Maryland as 23
rivers and many creeks and lakes and they will make the kids have fun in the summer by playing in
the water. Last of all, the neighbors of Maryland are Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia,
and Columbia.
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Being a farmer is the most common job, the farmers farm crops, including tobacco, which will
definitely make a lot of money. In fact, Maryland s economy highly depends on tobacco. There is a
large port on the Chesapeake Bay, which is an important center for tobacco export. The other
occupations include shipping, fishing, lumber, and mining. The best thing is, no efforts are needed to
become rich in Maryland because the African slaves will do all the hard work. There s no way a
person can possible be poor in Maryland because there are just so many varieties of jobs. There are
many rivers in Maryland which makes trading easier. There is also the Atlantic Ocean next to the
colony so traveling to different countries is easier than ever. Come to Maryland if there are troubles
finding a job and earning money, it is guaranteed to become prosperous and have a luxurious
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Wiseblood Movie Vs Book
2. Wiseblood can be described as hopeful throughout the novel and movie because of Hazel s struggle
to wrap his mind around Christianity. In the first scene of the movie version of Wiseblood, Hazel asks
the lady sitting across from him on the train whether or not she thinks she has been saved by Jesus. He
then launches into his spiel about why she can not be saved and that Jesus never washed everyone s
sins away with his blood (Wiseblood). While this may not seem hopeful, it is made clear that Hazel is
trying to convince himself that Jesus did not save him from his sins. The fact that Hazel is trying to
convince himself that Jesus can not wash sins away is why the book is described as hopeful. His
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O Connor chose character names to help show the role religion plays in her novel, Wiseblood. Enoch
is based off of Enoch from the Bible. Enoch was the great grandfather of Noah. He walked with God
and lived until he was 365 years old. He was very wise and some say that he never died; he just went
to Heaven to live with God. In the novel and the movie, Enoch had wiseblood that he inherited from
his father (O Connor). The fact that Enoch inherited his wisdom from his father shows that Enoch was
based off of Enoch from the Bible who walked with God, The Father. Enoch also did not die at the end
of the book, he simply ran away in the gorilla suit, which goes back to the story of Enoch when he
went to live in Heaven with God instead of dying. Sabbath was named after the sabbath. Her name did
not show her true character though. She turned out to not be innocent at all. In the movie, she tries to
be very seductive with her movements when she is around Hazel. She even tells Hazel how she wrote
a letter to a columnist for advise about necking (Wiseblood). She symbolizes all of the people who say
they are Christians when they are actually just frauds. Then there is Asa Hawks, who is blind. Hawks
can be compared to Saul changed into Paul. Saul was an atheist who was blinded by God, he
eventually became a Christian and was granted his sight back. Hawks was a preacher that decided he
was going to blind himself in front of a crowd with lye (O Connor). However, he did not have the
courage to go through with it (O Connor), so he just pretended to be blind. O Connor used her
characters to illustrate the role of religion in Haze s
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Outline Of Persuasive Speech Outline On Drunk Driving
Outline for Persuasive Speech
Topic: Drinking While Intoxicated
Type: Policy
Pattern: Problem/Solution
Driving in the united states is risky when there is a death every twenty two minutes, because of an
accident caused by a DUI need to be tougher in the United States. Our greatest concern are the death
rates due to DUI offenses. The best way to combat these offenses is to make prison sentences longer
and stricter, make fines larger, and make it harder for the offender to get their license reinstated after
an arrest for a DUI. Thesis: Drunk driving is a major risk to yourself, to occupants in the car, even
innocent bystanders could even suffer fatal injuries.
II. A. The laws we have on Driving while intoxicated are not enough in the United States.
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There need to be more DUI checkpoints in the United States.
The more State Sobriety Checkpoints we have in the United States, the more police can crack down
on drunk driving.
CDC s systematic review of 11 high quality studies found that checkpoints reduce alcohol related
fatal, injury, and property damage crashes each by about 20 percent
On August 19, the U.S. National Highway safety Administration begins its annual Drive Sober or Get
Pulled Over campaign, running for three weeks through labor day weekend a time of year when
drunken driving for faculties typically surge.
III. A. Lowering B.A.C from 0.08 to 0.05 will solve the Drinking and Driving Problem in the United
States.
The national Transportation safety Board is recommending that states drop legal BAC levels from .08
to .05 or even lower to deter more people from driving while intoxicated.
safety is a journey, not a destination, the NTSB tweeted. Reducing BAC limit to .05 is one of many
steps to end substance impairment in transportation.
In many such places now with a .05 limit people drink more per capita but are less likely to die in
drunk driving crashes, according to the NTSB vice
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Settings in to Kill a Mockingbird
Maycomb County had recently been told that it had nothing to fear but fear itself . This statement
made by Scout at the beginning of Harper Lee s To Kill a Mockingbird shows that Maycomb is a town
in which the fear of change is rife. Lee s choice of Maycomb as a setting, developed through narrative
point of view and characterisation was vital to the text as it helped to develop the theme of prejudice
and the consequences which result from the fixed attitudes of an insular town.
One of the ways in which Lee presents Maycomb is through the fluctuating narrative point of view
between he mature adult Scout and the naïve child narrator. The narration of Scout as an adult is
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Beautiful things floated round in his dreamy head.
The choice of a small insular town in which to set a novel about racial prejudice helped Lee to develop
the idea that Persecution comes from people who are prejudiced. At first, the prejudices displayed by
the citizens of Maycomb seem benign and irrelevant. However, in this small community these
prejudices soon culminate into something much more serious: racial prejudice. This prejudice is
displayed in the trail of Tom Robinson in which the defence lawyer refers to Tom as boy , while
politely questioning white witnesses. This causes Dill to start crying at the unfairness and injustice
that is created by racism saying, it was just him I couldn t stand .
Maycomb also serves in showing how the persecution of innocent mockingbirds can result from racial
prejudice. Maycomb s highly defined social class system, in which blacks are considered to be lesser
equals, is the reason for the persecution of Tom Robinson. Robinson s persecution came not only
because he was black, but because he broke one of Maycomb s social mores by feeling sorry for and
helping Mayella Ewell You felt sorry for her? You felt sorry . The notion that a black could be in a
position to feel sympathy for a white was abhorrent for Maycomb s citizens and this is why they
allowed and indeed endorsed the persecution of an innocent man. Tom Robinson s death highlights the
failings of
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Body Cameras Advantages
The use of body cameras as a resource in the law enforcement field has been adopted by agencies all
across the country. However, body cameras have both beneficial applications and disadvantages in
their use and application. Officers in many agencies across the country are required to wear body
cameras to document what officers do on a daily basis or during interactions with the public. Body
cameras have advantages and disadvantages that continue to be debated if it is a viable option for the
future of law enforcement. The benefits of body cameras have created a market for body cameras in
the law enforcement field and have created a push from both the public and law enforcement agencies
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In the digital age everyone wants to see a video of what happened rather than eyewitness accounts.
This video evidence can allow officers to monitor their own behavior while also showing t the oobleck
they are a satisfactory member of the police agency. Body cameras have been adopted by many
agencies and I feel that they will not be going away unless a new technology replaces the system in
place. The new technology in the criminal justice field that could be adopted by law enforcement
agencies is the way for officers to run facial recognition on individuals on their patrol. This facial
recognition could be developed in a variety of ways from running software in the car on people who
pass the vehicle. Another way that this software could be implemented is through the use of goggles or
glasses much like an augmented reality headset. This can create a realtime way for officers to identify
individuals to see if the have a BOLO or have an outstanding warrant. Facial recognition would have
to take great leaps to make it a practical way for officers to identify suspects. This software could be
used on a lower scale and officers could use a camera to run the persons face through a variety of
databases to identify an individual who may be lying about their name. This would both be a time
saver and allow police to patrol more effectively their
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Essay on Carol Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead Explore Memories
Compare and contrast how Duffy and Lochhead explore memories
Both Carol Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead provide an exploration of their childhood memories, and
how these memories have changed and developed with age into analysis of social expectations of men
and women in the 1960 s. In Duffys poem Litany and Lochheads poem 1953, both poets reflect on
their childish perceptions of their parents conformity to social convention. Duffy and Lochhead
excellently implement a dramatic monologue form to convey their feelings towards their parents
conventional roles within the home. In Duffys Litany, the poem is narrated by Duffys younger self
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Both poets expertly use language to explore their childhood memories and communicate their feelings
towards them now as adults. Duffys title Litany is ambiguous, she skilfully leaves allows the reader to
provide their own interpretations of the title and its meaning and how it relates to the poem, this
allows the reader to connect with the poem on a personal level. Duffys use of negative word functions
in the second stanza disclose Duffys own conception towards these women. Duffys reference to their
marriages as terrible are a clear indication of her distaste towards the social expectations of women to
marry, care for their husbands and children and basically never really fulfill very much in their lives.
Duffys imaginative description of the woman s hands as sharp reveal her impression of them as acute
and incisive creatures, consumed with a desire to portray the image of the model house wife , with
very little other ambition. Duffy superbly transmits a tone of pity towards these women as their only
real accomplishments will be owning candlewick bedspread three piece suite display cabinet .
Furthermore through her creative use of very descriptive verbs, which greatly appeal to the readers
sences, Duffy conveys a tone of distain towards these women. Throughout Litany Duffy creates
fantastic images for the reader from her imaginative use of imargery.
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The Roles Of Sophie Scholl
There were about 67 million people living in Germany during the time of the Holocaust, however only
a few had the bravery to speak out against the Nazis. Sophie Scholl was one of these courageous
people. It is evident that Sophie Scholl is a great role model who impacted Germany because she
wrote anti Nazi propaganda, fought for what she thought was right, and Germans today admire her.
Sophie grew up during the Nazi takeover in Forchtenberg, Germany. Unlike most German families,
hers had their own ideas about the Nazi party. Her father, who was a former mayor of several small
towns in Germany, warned Sophie and her brothers about the new regime eventually abusing their
power (Biography in Context). Her parents also encouraged their children to think for themselves and
speak their minds (Student Resource Center). This parental support foreshadows what Sophie and her
brother would become. The Scholl household was very supportive of their family members.
When Sophie was twelve years old, she joined the League of German Girls. This was a pseudo Nazi
organization (Pettinger). These organizations, called Hitler Youth Organizations, trained and educated
German teenagers to become loyal followers of the Nazi Party (Zapotczny). Initially, Sophie excelled
in the League of German Girls. She enjoyed the activities and was even promoted to a leadership
position. However, Sophie eventually became skeptical about the organization she was in (Pettinger).
As was typical
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Whistling Tree Frog Research Paper
There is a deadly fungus called Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, Bd for short, that has been wiping
out populations of frogs all across the world. Bd has caused dozens of extensions over the past four
decades and leaving behind very few survivors. Also in the 1980s the frogs faced a similar problem
with this chyrid fungus that wiped out four frog species. However, there are two frogs, the whistling
tree frogs and the alpine tree frog, that are doing better than scientists predicted.
The whistling tree frog does not have as many infected or dead frogs as scientists expected.
Researchers theorized that the frog has evolved slightly or those who were infected as juveniles
survived and became immune. Their habitat is also play a role in their
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The Psychological Assessment Practitioners
As stated by Foxcroft (2011) the psychological assessment practitioners core ethical responsibility is
that nothing should be done during testing and assessment to harm the client, and that it is their
responsibility to follow ethical practices so that the test takers can perceive the assessment to be fair
and beneficial. This discussion will be covering ethical issues in psychological assessment with an
emphasis on the South African context. We will look at what a psychological test is, what ethics is, the
history of South Africa that has had an impact on psychological testing in this country, and some
ethical issues to consider. In the South African context, a psychological test is classified as such when
the purpose of said test, results in the performance of a psychological act, according to Foxcroft,
Roodt, Abrahams (as cited in Foxcroft. 2011). Foxcroft (2011) stated that a psychological act with
regards to assessment is the use of measures to assess mental, cognitive, or behavioural processes and
functioning, intellectual functioning, aptitude, personality etc. Only registered psychologists are
allowed to perform psychological acts, and the tests devised may only be used, interpreted and
managed by psychologists according to Foxcroft (2011). Because these psychological tests are
assessing information which the client may not wish to be made public, or could potentially cause any
harm or distress on them if these results were improperly used, it is important for
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Song of Solomon; Desire to Fly Essay
Since the beginning of time human beings have had a fascination with human flight. As one watches a
bird soar through the air they cannot help but desire that same capability. Imagine the point of view of
the world from the bird that flies amoung the mountains, high above the trees, over the ocean and far
away from the clamor of everyday life on the ground. To have the freedom and power to release ones
self from the tribulations experienced with two feet on the ground, and spring up and away into the
peaceful, blue sky, is a common human desire. Since ancient times, flight has represented the
opportunity to free ones self from the chains of oppression. This theme of flight is exemplified in the
novel Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
While flight remains conspicuously absent throughout Milkman s childhood, it frequently reoccurs
when he is on his quest to rediscover his past. Milkman s first act of flying is an airplane ride to an old
town where his father s family once resided; it is his flight to finding himself. The airplane ride
exhilarated him, encouraged illusion and a feeling of invulnerability. High above the clouds, heavy yet
light, caught in the stillness of speed (Morrison 220). Milkman feels immune to all the mistakes of his
past, as though they could not have ever existed. In the air, away from real life, he felt free, but on the
ground, when he talked to Guitar just before he left, the wings of all those other people s nightmares
flapped in his face and constrained him (Morrison 220). Milkman searches for freedom from his past
mistakes, from the baggage of the people in his life, and from the expectations of his father. This first
flight on an airplane grants Milkman the feeling of freedom he has searched for all his life, at least for
the short amount of time he remains in the air in the intricate metal become glistening bird (Morrison
220). He gains a taste of the freedom towards which he strives, and this momentary bliss helps him to
realize the
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The Struggle For Political Balance
Delaney Reed Mrs. Barcroft AP Government 9 October 2015 The Struggle for Political Balance
Americans were known as a pioneering people who would struggle and fight to build for themselves.
A people who pushed the entire world into a new era and has continued to push the limits of
technology, military, and culture. After Britain finally surrendered the colonies to the American
citizens a new republican experiment was conducted. One that is still going on to this very day and
every citizen of America is a part of this grand experiment. The British Colonies were independent
from one another before the American Revolution, but a shared enemy began a strong bond between
the states. After things settled down the states were allied with one another in a form of confederation
and then finally under the Constitution as a united republic nation. There were those who were not
completely for a strong central government and favored the confederate style, but there were also
those who found comfort and strength in a centralized federal government. This federalist versus anti
federalist debate has continued throughout all of American history each side with its strengths and
weaknesses. The development of the debate and increase in federalism in American government can
be highlighted by the doctrine of implied powers, commerce clause, the American Civil War, and the
struggle for civil rights. Chief Justice Marshall was a pioneer for setting government precedents and
advocated for a
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Spanish Dancer Essay
Joan Miró s Danseuse Espagnole, or Spanish Dancer, is a famous Surrealist painting. The painting
gives an abstract, formless representation of the titular Spanish Dancer and was originally presented as
a part of a set of three Spanish themed paintings by Miró in l945. Spanish Dancer shows how deeply
Miró was influenced by his Spanish heritage and shows his dedication to destroying the way his art
was previously perceived by presenting an almost unrecognizable abstract form of a familiar subject.
Being a Spanish artist, Miró was often influenced by Spanish culture. In the case of Spanish Dancer,
Miró drew inspiration from flamenco dancers. The dancer in the painting is shapeless, representing the
high energy of the sensual Spanish dance. Spanish Dancer is an oil on canvas painting by artist Joan
Miró dated 1945. The painting belongs to the Surrealism style and measures 146.5x114.5cm. The
painting is currently located ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Surrealism was an intellectual, artistic, and literary movement that lasted from 1924 through the end
of World War II. Surrealism opposed rational thought and placed great significance on the
subconscious mind and dreams. Surrealism included a broad range and variety of art while exploring
psychology in artistic realms by depicting images conjured by the subconscious mind instead of
rational, aesthetic images previously held in high esteem.
Joan Miró was an artist born on April 20, 1893 in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Miró was exposed to
the arts at a young age and is believed to have had interest in the arts since the age of seven. Miró s
father was a watchmaker and his mother a goldsmith, so Miró was exposed to his parents unique
craftsmanship from an early age. Miró was first educated at the School of Industrial and Fine Arts in
Barcelona beginning in 1910. He was later educated at La Lonje School of Fine Arts in Barcelona.
Miró dabbled in many different art styles including Cubism and
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Examples Of Anti-Feminism In The Wife Of Bath s Tale
One instance that anti feminism is hugely demonstrated was in the Wife of Bath s tale, where the
knight gets a happy ending and an obedient wife. Her prologue introduces the theme of sovereignty in
her marriages, which is also seen in her tale. However, her belief of sovereignty in marriage is gone
during her marriage with her fifth husband. After Jankyn submits to her and gives up everything, she
claims that after that day, we never had debate... / there s no wife you would find... / who was so kind /
And also true, and so was he to me (Chaucer 828 831). She does end up receiving the land and
finances, but she becomes obedient to her husband. The idea of sovereignty and obedience is
displayed again in the wife s tale. After the knight rapes
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The Impact Of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour By The...
SOUTHERN CROSS UNIVERSITY Student Name : Aneesh Rama Student ID No. : 22496283 Unit
Name : Organisational Behaviour Unit Code : MNG82001 Assignment No. : 1 Assignment Title :
Literature Review Due date : 23rd November 2015 Date submitted : 19th November 2015 Word count
: 1472 Declaration: I have read and understand the Rules relating to Awards (Rule 3.18) as contained
in the University Handbook. I understand the penalties that apply for plagiarism and agree to be bound
by these rules. The work I am submitting electronically is entirely my own work . Signed : Aneesh
Rama Date : 19th November 2015 Literature Review Abstract This is the study attempted to examine
the influence of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour by the five dimensions, antecedents and their
consequences. OCB has been explored and researched by scholars and it has been continues to be the
area of interest to them. During past thirty years interest in OCB has grown substantially. Keywords:
organizational citizenship behaviour, antecedents, dimensions. Introduction This paper reviews the
literature on the antecedents and different dimensions of the organizational citizenship behaviour
(OCB) and evaluations to see where they may be useful learning to the organization. Particularly we
examine the purpose of different dimensions, antecedents and their consequences of organizational
citizenship behaviour and the changes organizations
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The Revolt Of The Fens
The Revolt in the Fens was lead by Hereward and had been strengthened by refugees from the
harrowing of Northumberland, including Earl Mokar. During this same time Osbjorn was taken bribes
that had weakened the army. However, even while his brother, Jarl Osbjorn could be bought off, but
King Swein of Denmark and his new fleet was not offered this same deal and was preparing for battle.
During this his brother Jarl Osbjorn and his fleet had been bought off, King Swein of Denmark and his
new fleet had not. What happened during 1070 and 1071 could be consider fact as it could legend. It is
know that William made two different attempts both unsuccessful, either in person or through a
lieutenant to take Isle Ely where Hereward and his forces were based. We also know that Hereward
did not fear to pay for his Danish allies. Hereward paid the Danish to sack the Peterborough and its
Cathedral, which was now controlled by the Norman Bishop. What it is still up to debate is how thing
exact happenings, nor the sequence of events. Eventually Swein, maybe seeing himself in a no win
situation, gave the offer to be paid off. The Normans soon took Ely after the betrayal of the local
monks secret causeways though the Fens that would allow an army to access the isle. Although Ely
fell in 1071, Hereward escaped and, with loyal followers, remained a nuisance to king William for
many more years to come. In 1072 another thorn in William side came form the scots with their
numbers swelling by
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Comparing The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde
Comparative Task Comparing The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde And Frankenstein When
comparing the similarities and differences between Mary Shelley s story of Frankenstein and Robert
Louis Stevenson s story of The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde , it was found that although
the characters in both stories suffer an unhealthy obsession/addiction to their scientific work and even
though both Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll had good intentions for their creations, the outcome of the
Monster and Mr. Hyde were practically opposites of one another. The characters in both Frankenstein
and The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde suffer an unhealthy obsession/addiction to their
scientific work and revenge. In Stevenson s story of The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde ,
the character Dr. Jekyll is dominated by his narcotic and relentless need to settle his unhealthy craving
for larger quantities of the potion which turns him into the evil and cruel Mr. Hyde. The main
protagonist states his fail when he says ...and it was as an ordinary secret sinner that I at last fell before
the assaults of temptation. Throughout the novel and movies produced, there are detailed events in
which Mr. Hyde is portrayed as a raving addict. Dr. Jekyll not greeting his friend Utterson, showed the
audience that Dr. Jekyll s lack of the substance sent him spiralling into a sort of depression and down
period. Like any drug or alcohol addicted person, this was due to his
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The Role Of Identity Formalities In Adolescents
Identity Formalities in the early adolescent years of females have contributed to their achievement
levels in their later years. According to a study by Roeser et al (2008), identity representations and the
necessary balance between these identities are what determine the success of girls by helping them
have a healthy and successful school life or well being. These identities either build social approval
and self esteem from adults or athletic competence and acceptance from peers. The main challenge,
however, is the balance between adult and peer oriented identities. For example, deciding whether to
be a good student to parents or a cool friend to peers. The study argues that girls have difficulties
academically and otherwise because they are unable to establish a balance between their identities
easily. For example, they are judged for being too smart culturally in some ... Show more content on
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A study by Meyer (1990) declares that athletes have higher aspirations than non athletes. Further, the
study states that female and male athletes both had high aspirations about school achievements and
graduating when they entered college. These aspirations were fostered by the support they obtained
from academic staff and others. Females were determined they would be more successful after they
obtained their degree and grew more motivated about their studies. However, when compared to a
similar study conducted on male student athletes, the Adler and Adler study, boys lost interest after
their first year in University. Arguably,
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Bullying In America Essay
More than obesity and health care is wrong with America. Not only does the health care system warp
people s mind, but it creates an issue with the way children are taught and how they learn. A large
stance has already changed many people s lives bullying. Children bully for many reasons including
sexual orientation, weight, religious/philosophical beliefs, and some reasons unknown to all. Children
bullied for their weight often times feel insecure and worthless about their bodies scaring them in the
process of always wanting to be in the same physical state and leading more obese children to lead
obese adult lives. The problem of unhealthy children in America isn t just blamed on obesity it s
bullying. The amount of children who have committed suicide over bullying is too high. Tyler Long, a
student in Murray Count Georgia, committed suicide from buying in 2009 (Dubreuil McNiff, 2010).
No action was done by school authorities when the parents approached them, and parents ... Show
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One place to start is music. Artist Jessie J says, Tears don t mean you re losing, everybody s bruising,
Just be true to who you are (Jessie J, 2011). The song represents that everyone is going through
something, even if it doesn t seem like it. However, the problem lies within the kids who are not
getting the help they need. A popularized book in pop culture named Nineteen Minutes was taken
from the curriculum on year because it violated the school s rights for the children. What the school
needs to teach children may be inappropriate but it must be done in order to save many lives are going
to be following in the halls. The book has many narrators but one speaks out the most the one who
committed the school shooting. The book was taken away from the curriculum in the 2013 2014
school year at Civic Memorial High School due to its controversial nature. A quote from the book
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  • 2. John A. Macdonald Analysis John A. Macdonald A man of many struggles including the Settling of Western Canada, The Economy and the Provincial/ Federal conflicts John A. Macdonald became Prime Minister following the 1867 Confederation. He was a man who connected future provinces, developed national policy and secured Western Canada. One of the four founding fathers of Confederation, Canada grew to include: not only Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec but also, Manitoba and BC with the other territories following after. The nation building came with great opportunity but also struggle for the new Prime Minister who had already been finding resolution in empty bottles. The challenges that Macdonald faced was the security of Western Canada, The economy crisis ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Quebec s anger with the unmerciful death of metis leader Louis Riel, Nova Scotia s campaign to divorce Confederation, and BC wanting to back out of Confederation due to the broken promises faced with the finishing of the Railway. The following of the Red River Rebellion, led Quebec to blame the Prime Minister with an unfair trial of Louis Riel. They stated that he shouldn t have been found guilty for his actions. The later result louis hero or not? Quebec finds Louis a hero for his actions of defend his land and save his people. Others find him a murderer or shouldn t be given title of such honorary. The next conflict was Nova Scotia s leader Joseph Howe s want to divorce confederation. The end result was to stay together with Canada out of fear of being annexed to the US. The ultimatum was made by Macdonald to Howe and purposed a better solution to the problem. BC was having an issue after Macdonald resigned because the promise of connection to the rest of the Country, was forgotten after Mackenzie came into power. The national policy following the conservatives back in power regained the trust of BC and the completion of the Canadian Pacific ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Theology Of Fear Book Review Fear is an emotion that is common today, both in the secular and Christian camps. Many become scared over minute things, but then there are those who have strong fears about events in their past that then cause fear about future events. How do we know when we should be fearful and when we should simply be cautious? Overall, the book was excellent, and it offered a strong approach to understanding fear and how to overcome it. And while I understand Dr. Ken Nichols s intent, I would be interested in learning how to apply the content of this book in the context of a counseling session. While reading the text, I found that there was not much emphasis given to the theology of fear as outlined in Scripture. I understand that the book was an overview ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Orientation Vs Religion Overtime, sexual orientation has been viewed differently across different cultures. Your sexual preferences should matter or define who you are as an individuals. When you think of sexual orientation in a Christian household, you visualize a male and a female together. For some reason same sex relationships are frowned upon. Some get disowned by their families or even get left on the streets to survive alone. It is sickening and disgusting towards how people who are gay get treated by these people of the Bible . I m not too into religion because it s a very difficult thing to understand and master. People shouldn t be criticized on viewed differently due to sexual orientation. Now in the U.S, gay marriage is legal but that doesn t change ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Differences Between Monarchy and Democracy Differences between Monarchy and Democracy 1. Democracy is a type of government that emanates from the constituted powers that are elected, depending on the system (presidentialist, parliamentary, constitutional monarchy, semi presidentialist, semi parliamentary, etc...) directly or indirectly by the people. Whereas in an absolute monarchy, an absolutist regime exists and is in power because of family lineage. 2. In democracy three state powers(in most cases) exist as a checks and balances system, these being the judicial, executive and legislative as it was enunciated in Montesquieu s Of the Spirit of law. And they are independent, complementary and with no relation of subordination. Whereas in an absolute monarchy, the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Whereas in a monarchy the monarch is the law and there are privileged classes, where no laws apply, just the laws of the king. L État, c est moi Louis XIV [ 1 ]. Difference b/w a military government and a monarchy: In a monarchy the King or emperor is a civilian or a military that was entitled to the position of monarch by inheritance, whereas in a pure military government the armed forces of a country assume power by the means of a coup d etat. [ 2 ]. Exempli gratia; in Hungary and in Republic of China, even though they are not completely democratic, fit as an example for they are semi democratic, the first one has 4 branches (executive, judicial, legislative, and the attorney general). China has five branches(Executive yuan, legislative Yuan, judiciary Yuan, Control Yuan, and Examination Yuan). Also, is important to mention the difference between powers or branches and bodies. Powers are the ones that control one specific social role, verbi gratia, the judiciary controls the courts, but bodies serve a specific function under a power or branch. An example to serve this is Germany that has three brances( executive, judicial and legislative) but ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Purpose And Objectives Of Tesco OVERVIEW Tesco PLC is one of the largest retailer in the world and by revenues it is the third largest , started in Welwyn garden city , Hertfordshire , England, and united kingdom , it has a large varieties of superstore and merchandise stores in many continents .it is one of the leading market of the groceries in the UK in which it has a market share of 28.4% , it has stores in many countries like Hungary , Thailand , Malaysia , Ireland . Recently it s been proposed to open up in UAE. Tesco started life in 1919 once Jack Cohen started merchandising surplus groceries from a stall within the East finish of London. The Tesco s whole business appeared 5 years later in 1924 once he bought a cargo of tea from a Mr. T. E Stock well. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The brand name of Tesco first appeared on packets of tea in the 1920s. Tesco started life in 1919 once Jack Cohen started merchandising surplus groceries from a stall within the East finish of London. Mr. Cohen created a profit of £1 from sales of £4 on his initial day. The Tesco s whole business appeared 5 years later in 1924 once he bought a cargo of tea from a Mr. T. E Stock well. The initials and letters were combined to make Tes co and in 1929 Mr. Cohen opened the flagship Tesco store in Burnt Oak, North London 1
  • 7. PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ANALYSIS By the end of February 2004 Tesco PLC achieved revenues of a sum total of £33,557 million ($59,307.9 million), a rise of 18.7% against the previous year s revenues that were £28,280 million. The company s revenues are basically derived from 3 major geographical areas: the United Kingdom, and remainder of Europe and Asia, that accounted for 73.8%, 10.1% and 8% of business 2003 revenues. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AMONG UK, EUROPE AND ASIA UK AISA EUROPE totaled £24,760 million (THIS YEARS SALE) 16.2% RISE increase of 31.4% increase of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Jean Piajet s Theory Of Cognitive Development Cognition is the study of the thought processes or mental activity by which we acquire or deal with knowledge (Thomas Keenan, Sabhadra Evans 2009:157). The first theorist to look into cognitive development systemically, and the man in which I am going to discuss in this essay is a Swiss psychologist called Jean Piajet (Drew Weston 1959:455). Piajet viewed intelligence as the individual s way of adapting to new information about the world (Drew Weston 1959: 456). He believed that people used two processes to adapt to something new. These two processes are called assimilation and accommodation (Neil R Carlson, William Bukist and G Neil Martin 2000:408). Assimilation is the process of incorporating new objects or situations into existing schemas. Accommodation is the process of altering existing schemas or creating new ones to deal with objects or experiences that don t fit readily into existing schemas (Jeffrey S Nevid 2009:354). Piajet believed that at different age s people use a different logic to develop their thoughts. The stages of development introduced by Piajet are the Sensorimotor stage, the Preoperational stage, the Concrete operational stage and the Formal operational stage. The stage in which I am going to discuss in detail in this essay is the second stage of Piajet s theory or the Preoperational stage, as I believe it will be the most relevant stage to myself in my future profession (Drew Weston 1959:457). The preoperational period lasts from approximately age two to age seven ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As nurses we must be able to understand the stages of development in order to understand how the different age groups view the world. I think the stage I choose, which was the preoperational stage or stage two of Piajet s theory, was the most relevant to me. It helped me to get a better understanding of what it will be like to work with children of that age and also the best way to do ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Black Hole Of Technology Summary The black hole of endless, unimportant streams of technology enabled information is devouring everyone living in the 21st century. Words once said by Leena Khan highlighting the downfalls of technology. Leena Khan in the writing, Black Hole of Technology argues much better points than Stefan Etienne in the writing, Teens and Technology Share a Future. Consisting of strong points, having highly effective structure and claims, and it has good structure are all reasons The Black Hole of Technology is superior to Teens and Technology. The passage, Black Hole of Technology has many points that stand out. The author had reasonable opinions which were shown from a real experience the author explained. The text has strong reasons like the fact that technology isolates us from the rest of the world, keeping us indoors. When Leena s friends were all glued to their phones, she said, I, on the other hand, glanced out the window separating us from the beautiful weather outside. This proves that technology is not always the best form of entertainment. When we are on our device, it is kind of like we form a barrier to the real world, we get lost in the technology world for a while. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It has a clear lack of scientific evidence, but that s no the purpose of this piece. The author intended to write about how her quality of life is increased without technology, not to list off statistics. Some people also criticize the piece for having not a wide enough target audience. This can be true for writings, but in this circumstance, it is not. The author is arguing how teenagers are sucked into the black hole, and how it affects each other. This whole passage is supposed to be for teenagers. Therefore, the author does not have to narrow of a target ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Ocean Pollution Causes The Causes of Ocean Pollution Ocean Pollution has been occurring for years. It is important because trash and toxic substances are harmful to humans and animals. Animals are continuously dying either by being choked from trash caught around their neck or them mistaking it for food. Humans are responsible for overfishing. There is less fish species due to overfishing. Ocean Pollution is caused by people, natural disasters and animals. When looking at the ocean pollution caused by people it impacts animals and ourselves as humans. For many years, the unregulated dumping of chemicals, toxins and other waste directly into lakes, rivers, streams and oceans triggered disease and other risks to humans and wildlife(Calhoun 89). This can affect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If seabirds and marine life keep dying from eating cast off garbage they will eventually become extinct. The dumping of toxic liquids in the ocean directly affects the marine life as they are considered hazardous and secondly, they raise the temperature of the ocean, known as thermal pollution, as the temperature of these liquids is quite high(causes and effects). Toxic liquids are not good for the water, humans and marine life. The temperature of the ocean is highly affected by carbon dioxide and climate changes, which impacts primarily the ecosystems and fish communities that live in the ocean(causes and effects). Too much carbon dioxide is a bad thing because too much can make the water warmer than it should be. Landfills urban runoff, ocean dumpsites, ocean vessels and the dumping of fossil fuel are just a few of the pathways that lead to the oceans(Calhoun 109). All these pathways to pollution are making it unsafe for marine life to be in the water. The release of other chemical nutrients into the ocean s ecosystem leads to reductions in oxygen levels, the decay of plant life, a severe decline in the quality of the seawater itself(causes and effects). The less oxygen there is in the water, the harder it will be for marine life to breathe and the harder it will be for plants to grow. Sewage or polluting substances flow through rivers or drainages directly into the ocean(causes and effects). The sewage harms animals in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Escapism In Match Point Match Point, the film which critics call a surprising rebirth (Neher 554) is Allen s darkest and most misanthropic film, and tells the story of the Irish tennis player, Chris Wilton, who works in a London high end club as a tennis instructor, when he meets Tom Hewett. Tom s sister Chloe, a rather boring woman, shows interest in Chris and the two become a couple, and Chloe grants him access to the upper class of London and a financially secure future. His life begins to skid when he begins an affair with Tom s fiancée Nola, a struggling American actress. Nola satisfies his sexual desires, whereas Chloe only wants to have regulated intercourse in order to become pregnant. For a while, Chris leads a double life but when Nola, not Chloe, becomes pregnant, she threatens Chris ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Match Point, Chris Wilton starts to play tennis because it was a way out of poverty and offers a more glamorous life. When he decides not to pursue this career, he goes to London to work as a tennis instructor, still not knowing what he wants to do with his life. Over dinner, he mentions how he had to wash cars to make a living, similar to the life of Nola Rice. She escapes from her rural life in Boulder Colorado, where she comes from a broken home. She tells Chris that she never went to college, her sister is a drug addict, her father left her family early, and that her mother, also an alcoholic, had to take care of the family, but could not hold any job. Therefore, she sent Nola to beauty pageants, where her insecurity started. Nola, always known as the sexy vamp, is in fact a vulnerable woman (one divorce and two abortions), who only wants to be loved by a man. Chris and Nola both want to climb up the social latter, which indicates a deeper and blunt character; they are hungry in ways the Hewett s will never need to be (Cooper ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Nonverbal Observation Essay NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION On September 12, 2008, I observed two people; Person A and Person B. The observation took place at Applebee s, a local restaurant, beginning at 7:21 p.m. and ending observation at 8:06 p.m. I was serving their table for the evening, enabling myself to observe them closely. The restaurant had died down from the dinner rush, leaving them one of three tables in the smoking section, normally filled with eight. Along with the outside light fading, the lighting indoors was dim, making the dining experience feel more quiet and intimate. The background noise was filled with a light roar of other group s conversations, and a jazz station played quietly from the speakers overhead. OBSERVATION OF PERSON A ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I could observe many times of laughter, and took note of no negative expressions. Along the lines of laughter, another observation I observed was Person A s tone. I was able to observe this closely walking by their table several times throughout the night. Person A had a deep, gentle voice that stayed at a fairly steady low volume throughout dinner. He spoke fairly fast, but I think he was simply excited to be with Person B; trying to fit in as much as he could. His laughter was low and hearty, but stayed near the volume he spoke. He also used a lot of hand gestures. His stories were filled with help from his hands and arms. He was quite animated and looked excited to be talking. At one point it looked as if he was trying to describe a house using hand gestures. One last nonverbal observation I will mention is that of Person A s posture. He generally sat hunched over the table, rarely sitting up straight. Combined with the other nonverbal observations, this posture suggests he wanted to be as near to Person B as possible. OBSERVATION OF PERSON B Person B was a female around the age of 22. She was about 5 ½ feet tall with a slender build and shoulder length blonde hair. The first nonverbal observation I made about Person B was the way she dressed. She had a knee length black skirt paired with a light blue sweater. This outfit suggested she was dressed up for a special event. However, her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Events Of The 2007 Tragedy Crisis Management CA Virginia Tech Tragedy (2007) Background April 16th, 2007 is remembered as a day that saw one of the single deadliest gunman shootings in recent history which a seemingly normal college student, Cho Seung Hui, murder 32 people on campus grounds within a two and a half hour time frame. Nine years have passed since the fatal tragedy occurred and the repercussions have laid the grounds ever since for the method colleges and educational facilities, the world over, approach crisis planning with a mind to minimise the severity, should such a terrible incident arise, and restore a safe and placid environment for all involved. This report will critically analyse the steps surrounding the events of the 2007 tragedy and offer suggestions as to how such a sensitive topic should be considered today. Planning After the fallout of Virginia Tech, third level institutions made it a priority to have protocols in place if ever such a similar event were to happen to their communities. With similar incidents having happened in familiar circumstances before, it had become clear that preparation for any and all crisis matters was crucial in the society we live in (Barker and Yoder, 2016). A near decade prior, Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools , was published by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice following the 1998 Thurston High School shooting. The guide set out to be seen as part of an overall effort to make sure ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Persuasive Essay On How To Make Makeup With a million different shades, a bountiful of techniques, and the hidden technicalities, makeup will always be a struggle. The face serves as a canvas, and like all kinds of artwork, it has its own share of mistakes that you cannot help but make. Makeup is not expected to be perfect on the first try, so it is okay. Below you will read some of the most commonly made makeup mistakes and mishaps. Before putting anything on your face, you have to make sure your face is as clean as it can be. Even in this process people make a number of mistakes. You may have all the products you need, moisturizer, cream, face masks, and so on, but if you leave out the right way to cleaning your face then you might neglect the use of these products in the first place. Dr. Nicholas Perricone, MD, emphasizes that it is a common point of confusion. He speaks on how it should be correctly done and what people are unconsciously doing wrong. Whether you are in your teens, 20s or have mature skin, the basics are the same: To avoid irritation, stay away from scrubbing grains, abrasive pads/washcloths, alcohol based toners and astringents. These can disturb the normal skin pH and produce inflammation and dryness that will age and damage the skin. It is also not a good thing to wash your face with hot water because the temperature will cause your face to get rid of its needed natural oils that will keep the skin from being parched. It is much better to go for either cold water or something lukewarm. Emily Orofino also lists on PopSugar.com makeup mistakes that she has noticed over time. The first to take attention to are the brushes you need for makeup in the first place. No matter what the situation, it is important to keep your makeup brushes clean. When your makeup brushes are not cleaned regularly, you are at a risk of breaking out or messing up your future looks. Everyone has to go through this, even professionals. Another one that is commonly observed is the foundation application process. Of course, it is important to know what shade is the best for us. The problem lies on where we test the shade. Orofino sheds some light on a common mistake that is testing the shade on the back of our hand. When testing the shade on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. My Home Congregation Of Beautiful Savior I chose to evaluate my home congregation of Beautiful Savior in Omaha, which was an interesting challenge. Having grown up in the church as the son of a DCE (now a pastor) there, I was already pretty familiar with the educational opportunities provided, but it was interesting to take a much deeper look at it and evaluate the shortcomings as well. The Dirt on Learning offered a strong basis for the critique of educational ministry from the perspective of the parable of the sower, making parallels with how it relates directly to education. Beautiful Savior is a unique church in the LCMS. It is a large, contemporary, and progressive church that is pushing the boundaries of ministry in some areas (as well as pushing the buttons of some people in the synod). The overall sense that I got from the time I spent observing, interviewing, and teaching is that a lot of the different ministries blur together and there is a bit of a Beautiful Savior bubble. Being a large church, it is easy for people to blend in to the crowd and not go deeper than attending a service on Sundays. Having spoken with the three DCE s on staff, the all had very similar things to say regarding this. A few quotes from the DCEs attribute educational struggles to people who just don t want to get involved. People have a natural resistance to anything that threatens their comfort zone. People are too busy [to get involved in educational programs], said Jim Haack, DCE. Scotte Hansen, DCE, likewise said, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Company Of Cooper Tire And Rubber Company 1. Discuss how a ROWE type program would fit in organizations where you have worked or an establishment that you are aware of. Explain why it would or would not work. A ROWE type program would both work and not work at my current company of Cooper Tire and Rubber Company. The success of the program would be based on the department and their functions. ROWE programs would not work in my current role as a Customer Service Coordinator. My current role is a customer facing position requiring me to physically be at work and available to the customer between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. in order to answer questions, process requests, and solve any issues that may arrive with shipments or the product. My position is highly concentrated in email correspondence; other positions within my department are primarily phone based. These types of correspondences require people in the department to be accessible to answer the phones or emails and also to provide information from or enter information into SAP. SAP requires the person to be hardwired into Cooper s secure network. These two factors usually mean the person must be at the office to perform the vital duties of the job. Jobs that are customer facing or jobs that require personnel to be at a certain place at a certain time would not be ideal for ROWE. When performance is based upon time and place ROWE type programs cannot be utilized. Departments that would be considered time of day sensitive that could still utilize certain ROWE type ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Luck Egalitarianism Summary In reaction to gross and compounding economic disparities in the international sphere, cosmopolitan philosophers like Moellendorf have addressed the international state, claiming that the degree of inequality is unjustifiable. Moellendorf operates with a Rawlsian understanding of ethical relations, but expands this notion from the domestic sense into the international sense, claiming that the degree of globalization is sufficient such that it creates an association in which the interdependence is sufficiently strong, largely non voluntary and constitutive of a significant part of the background rules that govern members lives, forming the basis of duties for distributive justice. From this understanding for the need for global distributive justice, Moellendorf claims that the main strategy to address this inequality is through a global progressive tax. Moellendorf s conception, however, overstates the degree to which globalization has created international cohesiveness. Though a progressive tax would certainly address global inequality, a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Luck egalitarianism refers to the arbitrary methods by which various states came to be in possession of their resources and the need for a system of redistribution similar to Moellendorf s global tax in order to address the systems of inequality arising from arbitrarily having more or less valuable resources. Wenar, however, disagrees with the notion of a global tax, citing concerns over sentiments of distrust in states recently liberated from former colonial states. In response to this distrust, Wenar proposes a system of popular resource sovereignty, in which the value derived from a nation s resources are not subject to global taxation, but rather are directed toward the benefit of the nation s people rather than a nation s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Analysis Of Nosql Database Management Depending On The... ANALYSIS NOSQL DATABASE MANAGEMENT DEPENDING ON THE FEATURES AND DIFFERENTIATION OF RDBMS ZAHRAA MUSTAFAABDULRAHMAN AL ANI JUNE 2015 ANALYSIS NOSQL DATABASE MANAGEMENT DEPENDING ON THE FEATURES AND DIFFERENTIATION OF RDBMS A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES OF ÇANKAYA UNIVERSITY BY ZAHRAA MUSTAFAABDULRAHMAN AL ANI IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCEINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM JUNE 2015 ABSTRACT ANALYSIS NOSQL DATABASE MANAGEMENT DEPENDING ON THE FEATURES AND DIFFERENTIATION OF RDBMS AL ANI, Zahraa Mustafa Abdulrahman M.Sc., Department of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In this paper, we will review one of the graph database (Neo4j), which the graph database is part of the emerging technology that is called NoSQL and compared it with one of the traditional relational databases (MySQL). MySQL, it is being another name for Relational Databases and it has been used for a long time period until now. However, with the emergence of Big Data there was clearly a need for more flexible databases. Facebook s Graph Search use Neo4j, a graph database, is an application which clearly displays how relationships need to be modeled in a more efficient and sophisticated
  • 19. manner than using conventional relational models. In this paper, we will make a comparison between MySQL and Neo4j based on the features like ACID, replication, availability and the language that is used in both of them. Keywords: RDBMS, NoSQL, Relational Databases, MySQL, Neo4j, ACID. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT .............................................................................................. TABLE OF CONTENTS......................................................................... LIST OF FIGURES ............................................................................. CHAPTERS: 1. INTRODUCTION..........................................................................1 1.1 Motivation................................................................................3 1.2 Aim Of The Study........................................................................3 1.3 Scope Of The Study.................................................................... 3 1.4 Thesis question ..........................................................................3 2. LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................4 2.1 Data.......................................................................................4 2.2 Database..................................................................................4 2.3 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Argumentative Essay On Tiger Parents Janice Mirikitani was born to Japanese American parents. She is a sansei (third generation Japanese American). She is a college student attending University of California Los Angeles. Mirikitani doesn t seem to be struggling in school, but while she is aiming for a 4.0, she seems to be falling a tab bit short. She was sent to my office because she had a breakdown in the middle of an exam in class. The professor was extremely worried about her, because she was one of his top students yet recently her grades started to fall lower and lower. Even with her grades falling slightly she is still doing an excellent job in class, exclaimed Professor Lanoue, and she is still one of my top students, but I ve noticed how stressed out she has been. The breakdown was the breaking point. I started off by asking her about light topics, like friends and significant others, but then I asked about her parents, and it really stuck her.With the way that Janice Mirikitani describes her parents, it seems as though they are tiger parents. Tiger parenting is a common used word to describe most Asian parents in America. Tiger parents are the extremely strict parents who push their children to be academically successful by being as close to perfection as possible. According to Yale Law professor Amy Chua, mothers gobble smack smack her children when her children fails their test like when tigers do when they find children. Since she was raised bt tiger parents, Mirikitani s mentality is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Signet-Ring Cell Adenocarcinoma Case Summary A Case of Signet Ring Cell Adenocarcinoma Unique presentation with Concurrent Non gastrointestinal Malignancy. Authors: Sandar Linn1, Hernan A. Lopez Morra1, Sofia Nigar1, Juan Tejada1, Nami S Haeri1,Shah Giashuddin2,Jonathan Chow2, Mahesh K. Krishniah1, Sury Anand1. 1 Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Internal Medicine, the Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY. 2 Department of Pathology, the Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY. Abstract: Background: Signet ring cell adenocarcinoma (SRCC), the histological variant of ampullary carcinoma, is an extremely uncommon malignancy. To our knowledge, this report is the first case of SRCC with concurrent non gastrointestinal malignancies. Case Report: A 66 year old male with history of prostate cancer, anglioblastoma multiforme presented with jaundice and abdominal pain. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) suggested a duodenal tumor at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 90% of SRCC take place in the stomach [1]. SRCC is extremely uncommon in the ampulla of Vater, and only 32 previous cases have been described in the literature [3]. Because of its uncommon entity, the histological genesis of SRCC is still mysterious. While previous authors suggested that the tumor came from the ectopic gastric mucosa located at the ampullary region since most of SRCC are found in stomach [9, 10], others declared that SRCC occurs from the gastric type metaplastic epithelium [1] which appeared possibly due to the elevated acidity since the metaplastic changes were are usually observed at the duodenal bulb in peptic ulcer patients [10]. However, Our case did not support both theories like the other case because it did not show any gastric mucosa around the tumor nor peptic ulcer found in EGD ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. the effects of divorce on children and adolescents Essay... The effects of Divorce on Children and adolescents Divorce or the parent separation is a major life change for the children and can lead to dreadful consequences. Divorce affects children and adolescents negatively, from different aspects resulting from the change in their family and the multiple stressors that they are facing. The Psychological, educational, emotional and social effects of divorce can be really devastating for both parent and children. Children and adolescents have different ways of dealing with divorce, which reveal their emotions and feelings towards their parent separation. Divorce has a negative effect on the psychological and emotional aspect. Children and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Fegan(1999) reports that Dealing with their friends as the same way before divorce is a rare, they tend to isolate themselves from people around them. Moreover their behavior within the class changes they turn to be more disobedient and also deal with their conflicts with people physically (by hitting them or throwing stuff at them.... etc.) . also their behavior around the people they live with change , they use inappropriate language and tend to be as stubborn as possible. The negative effect that divorce has on the social aspect regarding children and adolescents. Fegan(1999) reports that they have difficulties in socializing with
  • 23. their friends , parents and their relationship partners. The lack ack of trust is also a negative effect resulting from divorce which can lead to having hard time establishing an intimate relationship later on .O Connell Corcoran (1997) reports that they feel abandoned and that their parents are not available to them any more which leads to the independent urgency. Moreover their social environment keeps on decreasing due to the fear of being left out and abandoned. They also tend to make their own decision as for challenging and competing with their parents. Patrick Fagan (1999) states Poor social skills, characterized by aversive or coercive interaction styles, lead directly to rejection by normal peers the fear of being left and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Environmental Effects Of Plastic Shopping Bags Originally patented in 1965, the single use plastic shopping bag has since become ubiquitous in America and around the world. Plastic bags were first introduced in grocery stores in 1977, and by the early 2000s they constituted 80% of the market for shopping bags (Laskow). These bags caught on because they were stronger, lighter, waterproof, and many people found them easier to carry than paper. Most importantly though, they were cheaper, meaning retail stores had strong incentives to make them available to customers and promote their use (Petru). In other words, plastic bags became popular, and remain so today, because they are convenient. However, this convenience does not take into account the environmental effects associated with their production, distribution, and disposal. Once these aspects of their use are considered, it is clear that the convenience of plastic shopping bags do not justify the harms to the ecosystem caused by their existence. Plastic bags are usually made out of high density polyethylene (HDPE), a strong, durable plastic made from ethylene monomers (Clark). 134 million metric tons of ethylene are produced each year as of 2014, with 28% of that production going towards the manufacture of HDPE (Lazonby, Ethene ). Ethylene is produced from oil and natural gas, and in the process has significant environmental consequences. According to a 2013 study by Ghanta, Fahey, and Subramaniam published in the journal Applied Petrochemical Research, For ethylene produced from naphtha and ethane [the two main sources of ethylene], the energy expended during the extraction and ocean based transportation of fossil fuel sources (crude oil and natural gas) contributes significantly to adverse environmental impacts such as GHG [greenhouse gas] emissions, acidification, and eco toxicity. To make ethylene, fossil fuels must be extracted, transported, and processed (Lazonby, Ethene ). Then the ethylene must be processed to make HDPE (Lazonby, Poly(Ethene) ). HDPE, in the form of plastic pellets, is then transported to the plastic bag manufacturer. The manufacturing process of Novolex, a maker of plastic packaging products that sells bags under the brand name Hilex Poly ( Company Overview ), is described ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Should Performance Enhancing Drugs Be Allowed In Sports Professional sports people who have previously tested positive to performance enhancing drugs should not be able to compete at the Olympics. Performance enhancing drugs violates the spirit of sport and subsequently causes detrimental outcomes for athletes. (Refer to Appendix 1.0) Throughout this essay it will explore and examine current legal legislations within sporting. The usage of performance enhancing drugs has overtime become a major issue within jeopardising the health of athletes and become a major scandal in the news. Performance enhancing drugs are defined as a substance taken by athletes such as anabolic steroids used by professional and amateurs to enhance their performance. The world anti doping agency has a code of conduct that explores the prohibited list of drugs to be used within sports. This document explores anti doping rules, regulations ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He has argued that prize money in tennis should be reduced in order to fund more regular blood testing and protect the sport s image. An athlete that is culpable for drug use and abuse of the cycling is Lance Armstrong who led ramification with the cycling industry. Lance Armstrong has been tested more than 600 times but was never detected positive for drugs. It was reported that biased allegations were emplaced and Armstrong was guiltily of illicit drugs, falsifying information and bribery. Despite the fact Armstrong was stripped of his titles it was unfair for the other competitors who weren t using drugs, as they were unable to celebrate the glory of winning. David Robertson reiterates that the biggest problem concerning the association of drugs with sport is the disorganization surrounding the testing policies, governing bodies and sport authorities and the differentiating opinion on policy and sanction. The clear definition of procedures and to what extent they are related to the use of testing in certain drugs. (Refer to Appendix ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Analysis Of Once Upon A Time Once Upon a Time by Nadine Gordimer Imagine witnessing a family s surroundings turning before their eyes as their neighborhood becomes dangerous by the days, also Having constant fears of homeless people barging into their home and stealing their beloved items and food to survive. With the family having to secure their home, the family s only son died from the things that were suppose to protect them. As you well know the child ends up dead at the end because of over security. In the short story Once Upon a Time Nadine Gordimer has a weird transition with point of view at the end of the first page. This transition helped out develope the mood. The point of view of this story is unique because of the transition. If the story had a different perspective it would change most of the story. The story begins with the narrator (Nadine Gordimer) in her bed explaining an offer she had been given. The offer was to write a children s book, but she didn t write children s stories. The same novelist that had offered her the opportunity wrote in a book of his every writer ought to write at least one story for children. Her job was to write an analogy of stories for children, In the first three paragraphs she woke up from the stress and anxiety that she had. The stress had made her hear certain things. Nadine Gordimer thought there was a person in her home. A creaking of the kind made by the weight carried by one foot after another along a wooden floor. Soon she realized that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Multicultural Education In Education Detailed Outline Multiculturalism and education I. Introduction: a. Multicultural education relates to education and instruction designed for the cultures of several different races in an educational system. Globalization has led to many people migrating and spreading all over the world. As a result there is no specific area in the world that embodies one group of people of a specific nationality. Especially in the UAE, the presence of multi nationalities calls for an education that includes specific consideration to the variety of nationalities and cultures present in the classroom. Therefore, Responding into all the cultures that exist in one area is the goal of multicultural education. Educating that helps understudies comprehend and identify with social, ethnic, and other assorted qualities, including religion, dialect, sexual orientation, age, financial, mental, and physical contrasts. Multiculturalism is proposed to urge individuals to cooperate and to praise contrasts, not to be divided by them. As a result, embracing diversity in a way that improves our educational systems and not neglect it. b. Thesis statement: adopting a multicultural education system in classrooms is a way of reducing cultural competency while promoting ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Multicultural education has many benefits and is needed nowadays in our global world. This type of educational system benefits the student in developing a personality that teaches them to battle the idea of stereotypes and detrimental manners. Students learn to look at the society in a way that involves the awareness of social justice in this multicultural global world. Not only does it affect the personality and psychological aspect of education it affects the intellectual aspect by including multiple view points and perspectives when it comes to critical thinking. Multicultural education encourages the student to maintain a positive attitude when it comes to different cultures and nationalities present in the classroom ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Arthritis Benefits 15 Drug Free Ways To Feel Better If You Are Suffering From Arthritis Overview Arthritis is a disease that is affecting a larger population and the healing depends on whether an individual takes it seriously or neglects it. When arthritis is treated at is early stages the joints may totally heal with the simple remedies. At the chronic stage the home remedies will only help to reduce inflammation and the pain but the condition may come back later. Arthritis occurs when the immune system treats the joints as bacteria that can cause infection. Under normal circumstance, the immune system attacks the bacteria that are a threat to the body. It therefore attacks the joints causing inflammation. Most people like natural things that do not have negative ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Research by scientist shows that most people who do strenuous activities when they are in the process of recovery from arthritis take too long to heal from the pain. This is because they keep on hurting the recovering joints hence have no ample time to recover. Relaxing will enable quick recovery. 2. Regular exercise Gentle exercises have been found to be more effective in easing arthritis effects. Walking, stationary cycling and swimming are the famous exercises used by American victims and have been confirmed to effect healing within the shortest possible period. 3. massage Massage is the most well known method of soothing somebody. It is therefore the recommended method to sooth your aching joints. The natural massage gels such as olive oil can be used to deliver a more natural with no effects treatment. 4. Include fish oils in your diet Research by world nutritionist fish oil ease inflammation and reduce the pains in the joints. It is also believed to improve flexibility of the joints. Ensure before considering fish oil supplements, consult your doctor to avoid negative effects that it sometimes come with it. 5. Consider ice and warmth ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Personal Ethics Research Paper My Personal and Professional Ethics Paper Shiji Jomon Grand Canyon University My Personal and Professional Ethics The Beginnings: Morals, Values, and Ethics Given to Me as a Child It is certain that one s childhood has a great influence in rest of their lives. What I saw, heard, understood, encouragements and discouragements received, books read, friends and neighbors, religion, teachers are some of the important things that have shaped me into an adult. Personality development happens in the earlier stages of one s life and therefore things such as morality is established during childhood. A person s moral code is what defines his or her personality, while, ethics is the code of behavior a person is expected ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... My personal values led me to choose a profession which requires caring, knowledge and integrity. Hence, I always find my personal values going in line with the requirement of nursing profession. However, situations may arise where there is a conflict between my personal values and beliefs and those of patient s. In such situations it is advisable to get help from fellow nurses or other members of the healthcare team. As nurses we are accountable each and every actions and determined to uphold the professional ethics. For instance, in the case of a criminal defense lawyer, the lawyer s personal morals probably finds homicide to be depraved and deplorable. However, his legal ethics demands the suspect to be defended in the court of law, even if the lawyer knows for a fact that the accused is guilty and that if he or she is freed it could lead to more crime. Hence, I believe that in the professional life of a nurse, just like a lawyer s, ethics must supersede morals for the greater good of upholding values when a nurse encounters an equally difficult situation and painful options to choose ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Egg Baby Project Egg Baby Project amp; Baby Think It Over Child Development Ms. Stump You are responsible for your egg baby and must take your baby everywhere you go, even to school! There will be a day care center in Room 225 for you to drop off/pick up your baby each day. Please read the requirements and consequences for not following them. This project lasts for four (4) days. You will be given class time to complete the project; you will also be responsible for caring for the baby outside of class. If you have questions, please ask! Please do not wait until the last minute to come to me with any questions or concerns, if it is too late there isn t anything I can do. You must receive an 85% or higher in order to be given the opportunity to take ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I will provide One (1) 9 Volt battery in order for my student to participate in the baby simulation project. Battery is due: ___________________________. Please check all that apply, permission will not be granted if specific boxes are not checked * Permission to participate in the Egg Baby Project Initial __________ * Permission to participate in the Baby Simulation project if student is eligible Initial __________ * No permission granted for Baby Simulation Initial __________ Please be aware that any damage or loss to the Baby Think It Over will result in you and/or your parent/guardian having to reimburse the school the total cost of the baby which is over $500. Student Signature _________________________________________________ Date: ______________ Parent/Guardian Name: (Please Print) ___________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature __________________________________________________ Date: ____________ RETURN THIS FORM BY _________________________ Name: ____________________________ Total Grade: _____ Egg Baby Grading Guidelines: (200 Points Total) * Obtain parent/guardian signature by ________________ (5 Points) _________ You cannot complete your project without it. * Create a carrier for Egg Baby prior to receiving him/her. (10 Points) _________ See Carrier Guidelines for more information * Decorate your Egg Baby (10 Points) _________ See Egg Baby Guidelines for more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. There Is A Reason Why God Allows Evil In John Hick s piece There is a Reason Why God Allows Evil , he explains his view on the roots of evil. Hick brings up the problem of an all loving God that allows evil to occur in the world. The conclusion that arises God must not be all loving then. However, Hick explains that humans free will is the problem that leads to evil. A few strengths that Hick has in his argument is the laws of nature, he mentions that they ...would have to be extremely flexible; sometimes gravity would operate, sometimes not; sometimes an object would be hard and solid, sometimes soft. There could be no sciences, for there would be no enduring world structure to investigate (129). Nothing could hurt anyone or anything, and the world would be some perfect fairytale; ...life would become like a dream in which, delightfully but aimlessly, we would float and drift at ease (130). Hick goes on to explain that evil allows people to learn what is good, grace and faith. If evil doesn t exist, then how could one tell the difference from right or wrong? There would be no moral lessons to be taught or learned from since there is no wrong, and wrong an only be done when there is evil. Hick also mentions that bravery, courage and strength would have no point and meaning. Everything that builds character would not exist. The weakness in Hicks argument is that he is blaming free will for the ultimate cause of evil. There are obviously nature disasters that could be considered evil as well. Hick believes that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Keystone Cruiser In American, summer may be the season for beer, but beer maker Keystone Light has found itself in hot market competing against some major brands. With many of the premium brands upselling their light beers, Keystone has been forced into a position where it must be bold if it wishes to survive. By focusing on who the Cruiser is, and why they would enjoy Canhole, they can make a product that is far more valuable than the premium beers that they are up against. The essence of the Cruiser is that they are able to find enjoyment from the small things in life. The cruiser does not need much and Canhole embodies that. While a premium beer drinker may need more expensive and more elaborate means of entertainment, the cruiser can find enjoyment by utilizing a cardboard box and some empty beer cans. The Cruiser is likely to be a person that believes in simplicity, is friends and family oriented, and can laugh at themselves (Schiffman Wisenblit, 2014). Unlike many others, the Cruiser is not working just to get ahead in life, there are also not trying to keep up with the jones because they prefer to live with less. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, for a marketing plan to be effective, one must define the Cruiser in marketing terms. This requires segementing the market, and then targeting the segments where Cruisers are found. One segmentation model, PRIZM, segments households into 66 consumer groups based on socioeconomic ranking, consumer behavior, and media exposure patterns (Schiffman Wisenblit, 2014). Each segment is given a socioeconomic rank according to their neighborhood data for income, education, occupation, and home value (Schiffman Wisenblit, 2014). Out of the 66 consumer groups, Red, White, Blue, Young Rustic, and Family Thrifts seem like the best place to find the Cruiser. Knowing the lifestyle of the Cruiser will help to convince the Cruiser that Keystone Light and Canhole are for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Essay On Maryland Climate Geography and Climate of Maryland Despite the insignificant size of Maryland, it exhibits considerable climatic diversity so it is possible to experience many different kinds of climate. In the summers, there will be beautiful sunshine and in the winters, there will be snowfalls. The kids will sure have a lot of fun making snowmen and snowballs! The climates are perfect for farming so the farmers will not have to worry about the crops not growing and it is possible to have prosperous and luxurious life by selling tobacco plants. Maryland also has many geographic features such as the Chesapeake Bay, which divides Maryland into the Eastern Shore and the Western Shore. There are also the Catoctin Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, and the Piedmont Plateau. Maryland as 23 rivers and many creeks and lakes and they will make the kids have fun in the summer by playing in the water. Last of all, the neighbors of Maryland are Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, and Columbia. Economy and Occupations ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Being a farmer is the most common job, the farmers farm crops, including tobacco, which will definitely make a lot of money. In fact, Maryland s economy highly depends on tobacco. There is a large port on the Chesapeake Bay, which is an important center for tobacco export. The other occupations include shipping, fishing, lumber, and mining. The best thing is, no efforts are needed to become rich in Maryland because the African slaves will do all the hard work. There s no way a person can possible be poor in Maryland because there are just so many varieties of jobs. There are many rivers in Maryland which makes trading easier. There is also the Atlantic Ocean next to the colony so traveling to different countries is easier than ever. Come to Maryland if there are troubles finding a job and earning money, it is guaranteed to become prosperous and have a luxurious ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Wiseblood Movie Vs Book 2. Wiseblood can be described as hopeful throughout the novel and movie because of Hazel s struggle to wrap his mind around Christianity. In the first scene of the movie version of Wiseblood, Hazel asks the lady sitting across from him on the train whether or not she thinks she has been saved by Jesus. He then launches into his spiel about why she can not be saved and that Jesus never washed everyone s sins away with his blood (Wiseblood). While this may not seem hopeful, it is made clear that Hazel is trying to convince himself that Jesus did not save him from his sins. The fact that Hazel is trying to convince himself that Jesus can not wash sins away is why the book is described as hopeful. His struggle with religion shows that Hazel still ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... O Connor chose character names to help show the role religion plays in her novel, Wiseblood. Enoch is based off of Enoch from the Bible. Enoch was the great grandfather of Noah. He walked with God and lived until he was 365 years old. He was very wise and some say that he never died; he just went to Heaven to live with God. In the novel and the movie, Enoch had wiseblood that he inherited from his father (O Connor). The fact that Enoch inherited his wisdom from his father shows that Enoch was based off of Enoch from the Bible who walked with God, The Father. Enoch also did not die at the end of the book, he simply ran away in the gorilla suit, which goes back to the story of Enoch when he went to live in Heaven with God instead of dying. Sabbath was named after the sabbath. Her name did not show her true character though. She turned out to not be innocent at all. In the movie, she tries to be very seductive with her movements when she is around Hazel. She even tells Hazel how she wrote a letter to a columnist for advise about necking (Wiseblood). She symbolizes all of the people who say they are Christians when they are actually just frauds. Then there is Asa Hawks, who is blind. Hawks can be compared to Saul changed into Paul. Saul was an atheist who was blinded by God, he eventually became a Christian and was granted his sight back. Hawks was a preacher that decided he was going to blind himself in front of a crowd with lye (O Connor). However, he did not have the courage to go through with it (O Connor), so he just pretended to be blind. O Connor used her characters to illustrate the role of religion in Haze s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Outline Of Persuasive Speech Outline On Drunk Driving Outline for Persuasive Speech Topic: Drinking While Intoxicated Type: Policy Pattern: Problem/Solution Driving in the united states is risky when there is a death every twenty two minutes, because of an accident caused by a DUI need to be tougher in the United States. Our greatest concern are the death rates due to DUI offenses. The best way to combat these offenses is to make prison sentences longer and stricter, make fines larger, and make it harder for the offender to get their license reinstated after an arrest for a DUI. Thesis: Drunk driving is a major risk to yourself, to occupants in the car, even innocent bystanders could even suffer fatal injuries. II. A. The laws we have on Driving while intoxicated are not enough in the United States. Everyday in America, another 27 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There need to be more DUI checkpoints in the United States. The more State Sobriety Checkpoints we have in the United States, the more police can crack down on drunk driving. CDC s systematic review of 11 high quality studies found that checkpoints reduce alcohol related fatal, injury, and property damage crashes each by about 20 percent On August 19, the U.S. National Highway safety Administration begins its annual Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, running for three weeks through labor day weekend a time of year when drunken driving for faculties typically surge. III. A. Lowering B.A.C from 0.08 to 0.05 will solve the Drinking and Driving Problem in the United States. The national Transportation safety Board is recommending that states drop legal BAC levels from .08 to .05 or even lower to deter more people from driving while intoxicated. safety is a journey, not a destination, the NTSB tweeted. Reducing BAC limit to .05 is one of many steps to end substance impairment in transportation. In many such places now with a .05 limit people drink more per capita but are less likely to die in drunk driving crashes, according to the NTSB vice ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Settings in to Kill a Mockingbird Maycomb County had recently been told that it had nothing to fear but fear itself . This statement made by Scout at the beginning of Harper Lee s To Kill a Mockingbird shows that Maycomb is a town in which the fear of change is rife. Lee s choice of Maycomb as a setting, developed through narrative point of view and characterisation was vital to the text as it helped to develop the theme of prejudice and the consequences which result from the fixed attitudes of an insular town. One of the ways in which Lee presents Maycomb is through the fluctuating narrative point of view between he mature adult Scout and the naïve child narrator. The narration of Scout as an adult is objective and is suggestive of the opinions of the people who live ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Beautiful things floated round in his dreamy head. The choice of a small insular town in which to set a novel about racial prejudice helped Lee to develop the idea that Persecution comes from people who are prejudiced. At first, the prejudices displayed by the citizens of Maycomb seem benign and irrelevant. However, in this small community these prejudices soon culminate into something much more serious: racial prejudice. This prejudice is displayed in the trail of Tom Robinson in which the defence lawyer refers to Tom as boy , while politely questioning white witnesses. This causes Dill to start crying at the unfairness and injustice that is created by racism saying, it was just him I couldn t stand . Maycomb also serves in showing how the persecution of innocent mockingbirds can result from racial prejudice. Maycomb s highly defined social class system, in which blacks are considered to be lesser equals, is the reason for the persecution of Tom Robinson. Robinson s persecution came not only because he was black, but because he broke one of Maycomb s social mores by feeling sorry for and helping Mayella Ewell You felt sorry for her? You felt sorry . The notion that a black could be in a position to feel sympathy for a white was abhorrent for Maycomb s citizens and this is why they allowed and indeed endorsed the persecution of an innocent man. Tom Robinson s death highlights the failings of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Body Cameras Advantages The use of body cameras as a resource in the law enforcement field has been adopted by agencies all across the country. However, body cameras have both beneficial applications and disadvantages in their use and application. Officers in many agencies across the country are required to wear body cameras to document what officers do on a daily basis or during interactions with the public. Body cameras have advantages and disadvantages that continue to be debated if it is a viable option for the future of law enforcement. The benefits of body cameras have created a market for body cameras in the law enforcement field and have created a push from both the public and law enforcement agencies to adopt similar technology. The benefits that were outlined ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the digital age everyone wants to see a video of what happened rather than eyewitness accounts. This video evidence can allow officers to monitor their own behavior while also showing t the oobleck they are a satisfactory member of the police agency. Body cameras have been adopted by many agencies and I feel that they will not be going away unless a new technology replaces the system in place. The new technology in the criminal justice field that could be adopted by law enforcement agencies is the way for officers to run facial recognition on individuals on their patrol. This facial recognition could be developed in a variety of ways from running software in the car on people who pass the vehicle. Another way that this software could be implemented is through the use of goggles or glasses much like an augmented reality headset. This can create a realtime way for officers to identify individuals to see if the have a BOLO or have an outstanding warrant. Facial recognition would have to take great leaps to make it a practical way for officers to identify suspects. This software could be used on a lower scale and officers could use a camera to run the persons face through a variety of databases to identify an individual who may be lying about their name. This would both be a time saver and allow police to patrol more effectively their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Essay on Carol Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead Explore Memories Compare and contrast how Duffy and Lochhead explore memories Both Carol Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead provide an exploration of their childhood memories, and how these memories have changed and developed with age into analysis of social expectations of men and women in the 1960 s. In Duffys poem Litany and Lochheads poem 1953, both poets reflect on their childish perceptions of their parents conformity to social convention. Duffy and Lochhead excellently implement a dramatic monologue form to convey their feelings towards their parents conventional roles within the home. In Duffys Litany, the poem is narrated by Duffys younger self who naively recounts women obsessed with social class and identity. The irregularity of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Both poets expertly use language to explore their childhood memories and communicate their feelings towards them now as adults. Duffys title Litany is ambiguous, she skilfully leaves allows the reader to provide their own interpretations of the title and its meaning and how it relates to the poem, this allows the reader to connect with the poem on a personal level. Duffys use of negative word functions in the second stanza disclose Duffys own conception towards these women. Duffys reference to their marriages as terrible are a clear indication of her distaste towards the social expectations of women to marry, care for their husbands and children and basically never really fulfill very much in their lives. Duffys imaginative description of the woman s hands as sharp reveal her impression of them as acute and incisive creatures, consumed with a desire to portray the image of the model house wife , with very little other ambition. Duffy superbly transmits a tone of pity towards these women as their only real accomplishments will be owning candlewick bedspread three piece suite display cabinet . Furthermore through her creative use of very descriptive verbs, which greatly appeal to the readers sences, Duffy conveys a tone of distain towards these women. Throughout Litany Duffy creates fantastic images for the reader from her imaginative use of imargery. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Roles Of Sophie Scholl There were about 67 million people living in Germany during the time of the Holocaust, however only a few had the bravery to speak out against the Nazis. Sophie Scholl was one of these courageous people. It is evident that Sophie Scholl is a great role model who impacted Germany because she wrote anti Nazi propaganda, fought for what she thought was right, and Germans today admire her. Sophie grew up during the Nazi takeover in Forchtenberg, Germany. Unlike most German families, hers had their own ideas about the Nazi party. Her father, who was a former mayor of several small towns in Germany, warned Sophie and her brothers about the new regime eventually abusing their power (Biography in Context). Her parents also encouraged their children to think for themselves and speak their minds (Student Resource Center). This parental support foreshadows what Sophie and her brother would become. The Scholl household was very supportive of their family members. When Sophie was twelve years old, she joined the League of German Girls. This was a pseudo Nazi organization (Pettinger). These organizations, called Hitler Youth Organizations, trained and educated German teenagers to become loyal followers of the Nazi Party (Zapotczny). Initially, Sophie excelled in the League of German Girls. She enjoyed the activities and was even promoted to a leadership position. However, Sophie eventually became skeptical about the organization she was in (Pettinger). As was typical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Whistling Tree Frog Research Paper There is a deadly fungus called Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, Bd for short, that has been wiping out populations of frogs all across the world. Bd has caused dozens of extensions over the past four decades and leaving behind very few survivors. Also in the 1980s the frogs faced a similar problem with this chyrid fungus that wiped out four frog species. However, there are two frogs, the whistling tree frogs and the alpine tree frog, that are doing better than scientists predicted. The whistling tree frog does not have as many infected or dead frogs as scientists expected. Researchers theorized that the frog has evolved slightly or those who were infected as juveniles survived and became immune. Their habitat is also play a role in their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Psychological Assessment Practitioners As stated by Foxcroft (2011) the psychological assessment practitioners core ethical responsibility is that nothing should be done during testing and assessment to harm the client, and that it is their responsibility to follow ethical practices so that the test takers can perceive the assessment to be fair and beneficial. This discussion will be covering ethical issues in psychological assessment with an emphasis on the South African context. We will look at what a psychological test is, what ethics is, the history of South Africa that has had an impact on psychological testing in this country, and some ethical issues to consider. In the South African context, a psychological test is classified as such when the purpose of said test, results in the performance of a psychological act, according to Foxcroft, Roodt, Abrahams (as cited in Foxcroft. 2011). Foxcroft (2011) stated that a psychological act with regards to assessment is the use of measures to assess mental, cognitive, or behavioural processes and functioning, intellectual functioning, aptitude, personality etc. Only registered psychologists are allowed to perform psychological acts, and the tests devised may only be used, interpreted and managed by psychologists according to Foxcroft (2011). Because these psychological tests are assessing information which the client may not wish to be made public, or could potentially cause any harm or distress on them if these results were improperly used, it is important for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Song of Solomon; Desire to Fly Essay Since the beginning of time human beings have had a fascination with human flight. As one watches a bird soar through the air they cannot help but desire that same capability. Imagine the point of view of the world from the bird that flies amoung the mountains, high above the trees, over the ocean and far away from the clamor of everyday life on the ground. To have the freedom and power to release ones self from the tribulations experienced with two feet on the ground, and spring up and away into the peaceful, blue sky, is a common human desire. Since ancient times, flight has represented the opportunity to free ones self from the chains of oppression. This theme of flight is exemplified in the novel Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison. In ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While flight remains conspicuously absent throughout Milkman s childhood, it frequently reoccurs when he is on his quest to rediscover his past. Milkman s first act of flying is an airplane ride to an old town where his father s family once resided; it is his flight to finding himself. The airplane ride exhilarated him, encouraged illusion and a feeling of invulnerability. High above the clouds, heavy yet light, caught in the stillness of speed (Morrison 220). Milkman feels immune to all the mistakes of his past, as though they could not have ever existed. In the air, away from real life, he felt free, but on the ground, when he talked to Guitar just before he left, the wings of all those other people s nightmares flapped in his face and constrained him (Morrison 220). Milkman searches for freedom from his past mistakes, from the baggage of the people in his life, and from the expectations of his father. This first flight on an airplane grants Milkman the feeling of freedom he has searched for all his life, at least for the short amount of time he remains in the air in the intricate metal become glistening bird (Morrison 220). He gains a taste of the freedom towards which he strives, and this momentary bliss helps him to realize the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. The Struggle For Political Balance Delaney Reed Mrs. Barcroft AP Government 9 October 2015 The Struggle for Political Balance Americans were known as a pioneering people who would struggle and fight to build for themselves. A people who pushed the entire world into a new era and has continued to push the limits of technology, military, and culture. After Britain finally surrendered the colonies to the American citizens a new republican experiment was conducted. One that is still going on to this very day and every citizen of America is a part of this grand experiment. The British Colonies were independent from one another before the American Revolution, but a shared enemy began a strong bond between the states. After things settled down the states were allied with one another in a form of confederation and then finally under the Constitution as a united republic nation. There were those who were not completely for a strong central government and favored the confederate style, but there were also those who found comfort and strength in a centralized federal government. This federalist versus anti federalist debate has continued throughout all of American history each side with its strengths and weaknesses. The development of the debate and increase in federalism in American government can be highlighted by the doctrine of implied powers, commerce clause, the American Civil War, and the struggle for civil rights. Chief Justice Marshall was a pioneer for setting government precedents and advocated for a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Spanish Dancer Essay Joan Miró s Danseuse Espagnole, or Spanish Dancer, is a famous Surrealist painting. The painting gives an abstract, formless representation of the titular Spanish Dancer and was originally presented as a part of a set of three Spanish themed paintings by Miró in l945. Spanish Dancer shows how deeply Miró was influenced by his Spanish heritage and shows his dedication to destroying the way his art was previously perceived by presenting an almost unrecognizable abstract form of a familiar subject. Being a Spanish artist, Miró was often influenced by Spanish culture. In the case of Spanish Dancer, Miró drew inspiration from flamenco dancers. The dancer in the painting is shapeless, representing the high energy of the sensual Spanish dance. Spanish Dancer is an oil on canvas painting by artist Joan Miró dated 1945. The painting belongs to the Surrealism style and measures 146.5x114.5cm. The painting is currently located ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Surrealism was an intellectual, artistic, and literary movement that lasted from 1924 through the end of World War II. Surrealism opposed rational thought and placed great significance on the subconscious mind and dreams. Surrealism included a broad range and variety of art while exploring psychology in artistic realms by depicting images conjured by the subconscious mind instead of rational, aesthetic images previously held in high esteem. Joan Miró was an artist born on April 20, 1893 in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Miró was exposed to the arts at a young age and is believed to have had interest in the arts since the age of seven. Miró s father was a watchmaker and his mother a goldsmith, so Miró was exposed to his parents unique craftsmanship from an early age. Miró was first educated at the School of Industrial and Fine Arts in Barcelona beginning in 1910. He was later educated at La Lonje School of Fine Arts in Barcelona. Miró dabbled in many different art styles including Cubism and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Examples Of Anti-Feminism In The Wife Of Bath s Tale One instance that anti feminism is hugely demonstrated was in the Wife of Bath s tale, where the knight gets a happy ending and an obedient wife. Her prologue introduces the theme of sovereignty in her marriages, which is also seen in her tale. However, her belief of sovereignty in marriage is gone during her marriage with her fifth husband. After Jankyn submits to her and gives up everything, she claims that after that day, we never had debate... / there s no wife you would find... / who was so kind / And also true, and so was he to me (Chaucer 828 831). She does end up receiving the land and finances, but she becomes obedient to her husband. The idea of sovereignty and obedience is displayed again in the wife s tale. After the knight rapes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. The Impact Of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour By The... SOUTHERN CROSS UNIVERSITY Student Name : Aneesh Rama Student ID No. : 22496283 Unit Name : Organisational Behaviour Unit Code : MNG82001 Assignment No. : 1 Assignment Title : Literature Review Due date : 23rd November 2015 Date submitted : 19th November 2015 Word count : 1472 Declaration: I have read and understand the Rules relating to Awards (Rule 3.18) as contained in the University Handbook. I understand the penalties that apply for plagiarism and agree to be bound by these rules. The work I am submitting electronically is entirely my own work . Signed : Aneesh Rama Date : 19th November 2015 Literature Review Abstract This is the study attempted to examine the influence of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour by the five dimensions, antecedents and their consequences. OCB has been explored and researched by scholars and it has been continues to be the area of interest to them. During past thirty years interest in OCB has grown substantially. Keywords: organizational citizenship behaviour, antecedents, dimensions. Introduction This paper reviews the literature on the antecedents and different dimensions of the organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) and evaluations to see where they may be useful learning to the organization. Particularly we examine the purpose of different dimensions, antecedents and their consequences of organizational citizenship behaviour and the changes organizations ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. The Revolt Of The Fens The Revolt in the Fens was lead by Hereward and had been strengthened by refugees from the harrowing of Northumberland, including Earl Mokar. During this same time Osbjorn was taken bribes that had weakened the army. However, even while his brother, Jarl Osbjorn could be bought off, but King Swein of Denmark and his new fleet was not offered this same deal and was preparing for battle. During this his brother Jarl Osbjorn and his fleet had been bought off, King Swein of Denmark and his new fleet had not. What happened during 1070 and 1071 could be consider fact as it could legend. It is know that William made two different attempts both unsuccessful, either in person or through a lieutenant to take Isle Ely where Hereward and his forces were based. We also know that Hereward did not fear to pay for his Danish allies. Hereward paid the Danish to sack the Peterborough and its Cathedral, which was now controlled by the Norman Bishop. What it is still up to debate is how thing exact happenings, nor the sequence of events. Eventually Swein, maybe seeing himself in a no win situation, gave the offer to be paid off. The Normans soon took Ely after the betrayal of the local monks secret causeways though the Fens that would allow an army to access the isle. Although Ely fell in 1071, Hereward escaped and, with loyal followers, remained a nuisance to king William for many more years to come. In 1072 another thorn in William side came form the scots with their numbers swelling by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Comparing The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde Comparative Task Comparing The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde And Frankenstein When comparing the similarities and differences between Mary Shelley s story of Frankenstein and Robert Louis Stevenson s story of The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde , it was found that although the characters in both stories suffer an unhealthy obsession/addiction to their scientific work and even though both Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll had good intentions for their creations, the outcome of the Monster and Mr. Hyde were practically opposites of one another. The characters in both Frankenstein and The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde suffer an unhealthy obsession/addiction to their scientific work and revenge. In Stevenson s story of The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde , the character Dr. Jekyll is dominated by his narcotic and relentless need to settle his unhealthy craving for larger quantities of the potion which turns him into the evil and cruel Mr. Hyde. The main protagonist states his fail when he says ...and it was as an ordinary secret sinner that I at last fell before the assaults of temptation. Throughout the novel and movies produced, there are detailed events in which Mr. Hyde is portrayed as a raving addict. Dr. Jekyll not greeting his friend Utterson, showed the audience that Dr. Jekyll s lack of the substance sent him spiralling into a sort of depression and down period. Like any drug or alcohol addicted person, this was due to his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. The Role Of Identity Formalities In Adolescents Identity Formalities in the early adolescent years of females have contributed to their achievement levels in their later years. According to a study by Roeser et al (2008), identity representations and the necessary balance between these identities are what determine the success of girls by helping them have a healthy and successful school life or well being. These identities either build social approval and self esteem from adults or athletic competence and acceptance from peers. The main challenge, however, is the balance between adult and peer oriented identities. For example, deciding whether to be a good student to parents or a cool friend to peers. The study argues that girls have difficulties academically and otherwise because they are unable to establish a balance between their identities easily. For example, they are judged for being too smart culturally in some ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A study by Meyer (1990) declares that athletes have higher aspirations than non athletes. Further, the study states that female and male athletes both had high aspirations about school achievements and graduating when they entered college. These aspirations were fostered by the support they obtained from academic staff and others. Females were determined they would be more successful after they obtained their degree and grew more motivated about their studies. However, when compared to a similar study conducted on male student athletes, the Adler and Adler study, boys lost interest after their first year in University. Arguably, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Bullying In America Essay More than obesity and health care is wrong with America. Not only does the health care system warp people s mind, but it creates an issue with the way children are taught and how they learn. A large stance has already changed many people s lives bullying. Children bully for many reasons including sexual orientation, weight, religious/philosophical beliefs, and some reasons unknown to all. Children bullied for their weight often times feel insecure and worthless about their bodies scaring them in the process of always wanting to be in the same physical state and leading more obese children to lead obese adult lives. The problem of unhealthy children in America isn t just blamed on obesity it s bullying. The amount of children who have committed suicide over bullying is too high. Tyler Long, a student in Murray Count Georgia, committed suicide from buying in 2009 (Dubreuil McNiff, 2010). No action was done by school authorities when the parents approached them, and parents ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One place to start is music. Artist Jessie J says, Tears don t mean you re losing, everybody s bruising, Just be true to who you are (Jessie J, 2011). The song represents that everyone is going through something, even if it doesn t seem like it. However, the problem lies within the kids who are not getting the help they need. A popularized book in pop culture named Nineteen Minutes was taken from the curriculum on year because it violated the school s rights for the children. What the school needs to teach children may be inappropriate but it must be done in order to save many lives are going to be following in the halls. The book has many narrators but one speaks out the most the one who committed the school shooting. The book was taken away from the curriculum in the 2013 2014 school year at Civic Memorial High School due to its controversial nature. A quote from the book ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...