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Managing Pain During The Acute Care Setting
Everyone experiences pain differently, its etiology, source, and type of pain is unique to each
patient. Pain is defined as a complex, multidimensional phenomenon that originates from sensory
stimuli, which has obvious motivation affective properties, demands attention, disrupts thought and
behavior and results in activity aimed to stop the pain(Blanchard, 2010). Managing pain in the acute
care setting has become one of the greatest challenges nurses and healthcare providers face.
Unsatisfactorily managed pain can contribute to several adverse outcomes for hospitalized patients
including reduced mobility, stimulation of unhealthy stress response, infection, creates barriers, and
additional complications. As pain treatment becomes more aggressive, so too does our attention to
reassessment of pain after intervention to ensure both safe and effective pain management(Gordon,
2014).
In 1992, the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research provided guidelines for the management
of acute postoperative pain. The goals of the pain management guidelines are to reduce pain,
complications, and length of hospital stay, to educate patients in communicating unrelieved pain;
and to enhance patient satisfaction with pain management practices (Good, 1998). From these
guidelines, Marion Good, PhD, RN, helped develop a middle range theory for Acute Pain
Management for adults who can learn, set goals, and communicate symptoms. The theory does not
pertain to individuals such as elderly,
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Mothers And Daughters In Amy Tan s The Joy Luck Club
It was during the time of the war when a woman named Suyuan Woo, created the Joy Luck Club.
Together, they played mahjong and created hope and joy for themselves because of the way, and
along the way, they raised their daughters to be perfect Chinese girls. In the Chinese culture, there
are a variety of superstitions. Sons and daughters of the familyare not treated equally. However,
from analyzing the motherdaughter relationships, in the novel, the mothers always do what is best
for their daughter. In the novel, The Joy Luck Clubby Amy Tan, she teaches how certain
individuals in a Chinese household lives and a few of their beliefs. To begin, there are many
Chinese superstitions that are not commonly known. For example, when the mothers and
daughters all had dinner together on New Year day, everyone picked the best quality crab, but
June Woo picked the one that was missing a leg. However, her mother, Suyuan, takes it from her
to give her a better one and says, a missing leg is a bad sign on a Chinese New Year (Tan 225).
This shows that Suyuan believes that a crab missing its leg on New Year... Show more content on
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Daughters must be obedient and perfect. For instances, Lindo was arranged to marry into the
Huang s family and when had a sour look on her face, her mother said, such an ugly face. The
Huangs won t want you or our whole family will be disgraces (Tan 45). In the same fashion, it is
said that a son can never go to somebody else s house to live. If he went, he would lose any hope
for a future (Tan 246). Equally important, men can have multiple wives but women will get
shamed by their family if they have more than one husband. For example, An mei s mother was a
widow but was raped and became the third concubine to a rich man. Although it was not by choice,
her family disowned and kicked her out of the house. Hence, men have more freedom than women
in the Chinese
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The Intersection of Religion and Politics in 17th-19th...
The Intersection of Religion and Politics in 17th 19th Century Africa
The stories of Dona Beatriz, Uthman dan Fodio, and Guimba the Tyrant present three cases in
which religion and politics overlapped in different ways and to varying degrees. These three
individuals lived in distinct historical contexts and had unique religious trainings, sources of
spiritual power, track records as religious and political authorities, goals for reshaping the religious
and political landscape of their regions, reputations among their contemporaries, and obstacles with
which to contend. Some common themes of 17th 19th century African social and political history
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Accordingly, Dona Beatriz was trained as a nganga marinda, an intermediary between the
spiritual and temporal worlds in African societies. She displayed spiritual gifts from a young age,
which was unsurprising among aristocrats in Kimpasi society. While realizing that she could not
conform to traditional social roles, such as that of a subservient wife, Beatriz actively cultivated
her spiritual gifts for greater social good and waged a war against all forms of greed and jealousy
and its most obvious manifestation, misuse of kindoki, supernatural powers or curses (Thornton
110). Her attacks on individuals, most notably some Capuchin missionaries, preceded her martial
entrance into the political fray. Dona Beatriz grew up among political instability, and by 1703 a
number of religious signs had convinced many people that religious purification would bring about
political stability. Dona Beatriz preached that peace could be achieved only through unification
under one king, guided by devotion to Kongolese Catholic belief. Beatriz s mandate came from St.
Anthony, who took up residence in her body and revealed truths about the Kongolese origins of
Christianity. In the context of the ideological divide and political tensions between the Capuchin
missionaries from Europe and native Kongolese Catholics over the
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Racism And Income Inequality In The United States
Racism and inequalities have existed, exists now, and will be here long after we are gone.
However, racism in this country has been diminished greatly, and though it will never be fully
eradicated, it is to the point where all races and ethnicities can achieve great things. All aspects of
life, such as income levels, success in the arts, and even college entrance are not beholden to
systemic racism. It is a person s own drive, personal life choices, and willingness to work hard that
determine their level of achievement. Of the many cultures in this country, some are more goal
driven and can better thrive in a capitalist society. Then there are some cultures that don t do so
well. So, even though racism does exist in the united states, it is not to the point where it grants
benefits to white people. There are many factors to income inequality in this country, not all of
which are connected to racism, but one s personal choices. The most prevalent factor that
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As it relates to the education system, cultural differences are a main factor for the disparities
among the races. Despite this, the Affirmative Action quota system was implemented in order to
promote diversity in places of higher education. Policy makers in this country have gone out of
their way to ensure that their illusion of an equal playing field exists. However, in the court case
Gratz v. Bollinger, the Supreme Court ruled that the University of Michigan s application was
riddled with racial discrimination against non minorities. Pew Researchers even found that of those
personally affected by Affirmative Action, including minorities and non minorities, 4% benefited
while 11% were hurt by its effects. The only beneficiaries were those of the black community while
Affirmative Action policies were most detrimental to white
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Sexual Orientation Identity And Its Influence On Student...
Introduction As the student affairs profession develops, it is important to remain aware of how
students and their identities are evolving. Higher education is constantly evolving, which is why it
is extremely important to take sexual orientation identity and its influence on student development
into account. In this paper, I will explore Fassinger s (1998) sexual orientationidentity model and
provide an analysis of the theory. I will also share my findings from three interviews with students
who are in different stages of sexual identity formation. Finally, I will address how knowledge of
Fassinger s Model and sexual identity development can inform the work of student affairs educators
in creating more inclusive college and university environments.
Fundamental Ideas
Fassinger s Model is influenced by racial and ethnic identity development models as well as gender
identity development models. The theory offers a more inclusive perspective of various
individuals in their sexual orientation identity formation (McCarn Fassinger, 1996). Fassinger s
Model was developed in an attempt to address the critiques of previously existing models.
Fassinger s model differs from other preexisting models in that the authors clearly distinguish
between the two processes of personal development and group membership of same sex sexual
orientation (Evans et. al, 2010). In contrast to other models, this model uses phases versus stages, in
order to provide flexibility and to demonstrate that
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Literary Criticism Of Rip Van Winkle
Rip was ready to attend to anybody s business but his own: but as to doing family duty, and
keeping his farm in order, he found it impossible, (Irving 10). Washington Irving is a romantic
American writer in the 1800s with works including Rip Van Winkle as a part of the collection of
essays and short stories called The Sketchbook. Rip Van Winkle is set in a village near the
Kaatskill Mountains during the American Revolution and tells the story of a man who is loved
by many in the town but spends his days in idleness. His wife often nags him because Van Winkle
does not work for anything in his family. One day, to escape his wife s nagging, Van Winkle walks
off into the mountains with his dog, Wolfe. He stumbles upon a group of strange... Show more
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Although he could be doing so many different things, he chooses to spend his days gossiping and
talking about nothing. He wastes his life away instead of doing things valuable to him.
Furthermore, Van Winkle lives his life with the smallest amount of trouble possible. Rip Van
Winkle, however, was one of those happy mortals, of foolish, well oiled dispositions, who take
the world easy, eat white bread or brown, whichever can be got with least thought or trouble, and
would rather starve on a penny than work for a pound (Irving 10). Van Winkle does not work for
what he wants and lives his life with the bare minimum because he s lazy. Irving presents Van
Winkle as lazy. Besides being lazy, Van Winkle is also characterized as irresponsible.
Irresponsibility is Van Winkle s attitude towards life and his family. His neglectfulness towards
his own family and children is the exact opposite from Van Winkle s helpfulness to the villagers.
For instance, Van Winkle was well liked by the children in the village because he plays with
them and care for them. However, when it comes to his own children, he neglects them causing
them to be as ragged and wild as if they belonged to nobody (Irving 10). Van Winkle does little
things for the children in town but leaves his own kids by themselves. He never cares for them and
lets them go wild while he plays with the children in the town. In
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Monteverdi
In contemporary music, composers will use bridges to change the tone of a song. When the song
needs to change, they will include a small section that stands out from the rest of the piece so it can
bring a smooth transition to the rest of the song. Similarly, Claudio Monteverdi became that bridge
between the Renaissance and the coming BaroquePeriod. The world was so focused on humanism
and darkness throughout the Renaissance, but Monteverdi was born on the edge of darkness, and
helped show the path into light. Claudio Monteverdi exemplified the shift in worldview from the
Renaissance to the Baroque Period through his music.
Monteverdi grew up with many worldly influences that pushed his compositions into the shape
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Carlo Gesualdo, a Renaissance composer, used five part harmony and very little accompaniment in
his piece Moro Lasso (Sivylla). This emphasized the vocalists by using complexity to add weight to
their sound, and the light accompaniment draws it out even further, since there are no instruments
to take away from the voices. This somewhat reflects the Renaissance worldview, by putting the
emphasis on humans. Years later, when Monteverdi began composing, he used light
accompaniment like Gesualdo, often just using a light piano. However, he uses a solitary female
voice in both Lasciatemi Morire! and Lamento del la Ninfa (Rules; Pianorules). This lessens the
overall weight of the piece, while still putting the emphasis on the vocalist, which then eases
listeners into later music, such as Alessandro Scarlatti. Scarlatti used heavier accompaniment in
Sento Nel Core to create a fuller sound with a lighter, airier tone to emphasize a single female voice
(Kanal). The strings accompanying her accentuate her voice, but they create a melody of their own,
drawing some attention to themselves instead of just the woman s voice. Monteverdi showed the
decline of overvaluing humans and the incline of using instruments to create full
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Survey Processing Survey
Results
Coding
Survey result data from the Impact Lufkin Veteran Appreciation Dinner was input into a system
called Survey Processing Software (SPS). This data was processed to determine how the responses
were answered. A sample of the coding can be seen below.
The outcome of the survey can be seen in the pie charts below.
Concept Map
Strengths
Veteran community members
Local veteran support groups
Local family and friends
Concerned civilians
Dreams
Less wait time at VA
Easier navigation when calling VA to be directed to needed care
Less stigma for seeking help for mental health issues in a rural area
Less distance to drive to receive health care
Assets and Resources
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West and Weeks (2009) states that Veterans in VA care were more likely than other health care
consumers to use each major category of service, but less likely to have commercial health
insurance, particularly if they were rural residents. West and Weeks (2009) further confirms that
nearly all men 65 years or older had Medicare, but few elderly veterans had Medicaid, less often
than nonveterans. West and Weeks (2009) continues that among men younger than 65 years, VA
users were most likely to have Medicare or Medicaid (due to disability) or to be uninsured; nearly
one in five rural VA users was uninsured throughout the year. Urban rural differences in utilization
were small and not in agreement, regardless of service category or age group. As a result, the VA
provided care to veterans who were sicker and less financially protected than other health care using
men, while veterans not in VA care appear to have had even better health and finances than
nonveterans. Rural residents, predominantly men younger than 65 years, were at an inconvenience
socio economically, with respect to insurance coverage, and in reported
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Informative Essay On Paper Balloon Bombs
Balloon bombs were the silent assassins of World War 2. Hitching a ride on a jet stream, these
weapons from Japan could float soundlessly across the Pacific Ocean to their marks in North
America. One of World War II s best kept secrets was of the Japanese balloon bomb attack. Lacking
a practical means to attack the North American continent, the Japanese constructed 9,000 large
hydrogen balloons, attached incendiary and anti personnel bombs to them, and set them afloat on
the high altitude trade winds towards the United States. The balloons were crafted from mulberry
paper, glued together with potato starch paste and filled with hydrogen. They were 33 feet across
and could lift approximately 1,000 pounds. The balloons were programmed to... Show more content
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To date, only about 300 balloons have been reported as sighted or discovered over the years,
with no trace of hysteria or forest fires breaking out in the wake of their arrival on American soil.
There was one reported deadly incident, though. On May 5, 1945 in Bly, Oregon, five children
and a pastor s pregnant wife, Elsie Mitchell, were killed as they played with the large paper
balloon, unaware of its explosive contents. In 1950, a memorial for the victims, called the Mitchell
Monument, was constructed in Oregon near the site of the bombing. It reads: Only place on the
American continent where death resulted from enemy action during World WarII. Between
November 1944 and April 1945, the Japanese military launched more than 9,000 of the pilotless
weapons in an operation codenamed Fu Go. Ultimately, Fu Go was a military failure. Few balloons
reached their targets, and the jet stream winds were only powerful enough in wintertime when
snowy and damp conditions in North American forests precluded the ignition of large
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Big Two Hearted River Symbolism
On July 21, 1899, Clarence and Grace Hemingway welcome a baby boy named Ernest Miller
Hemingway, in a suburb of Chicago, not knowing that their son s writings would make literary
history, even causing him win a Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize. The Hemingway family would
often spend time in their cabin in northern Michigan, where the setting of the Nick Adams story
The Big Two Hearted River would be set. In high school, Hemingway started writingfor his school
newspaper, Trapeze and Tabula, usually writing in the sports section. Writing in the sports section
of his school newspaper is where he would discover his love for story telling and writing. After
high school, Hemingway would continue his writing career, writing for the Kansas City Star....
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The writing was very plain, and boring in the eyes of someone not thinking about the meaning
behind the story. From an outside prospective, you could just be thinking that this man really
likes to write about the woods and nature, this is absolutely meaningless. The writing was very
descriptive, placing vivid imagery in your mind. A quote from In Another Country also shows
some of the unadorned style. It was warm, standing in front of [the woman s] charcoal fire, and
the chestnuts were warm afterward in your pocket. (pg 168). This quote showed very vivid
imagery, and, it was very good example of the unadorned style that Hemingway had, because it was
pretty useless
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Stereotypes Are Asians Smart
A lot of Asians have positive stereotypes for their characteristic and they are being called Asians are
smart and later when they are being called smart to often they will be known as Asians are smart
because they are Asian Sometimes these kind of stereotyping is interesting but at times it is so
offensive and humiliating. The other children calling them they are smart type is sometimes hurtful
and its making like competing or something like that. Asian are smart but. When Asian go to a
different country the native people of that country thinks that Asian immigrants are taking over the
country with their high talents, skills and their excellent performance. There was a Australian
professor who saw the performance of the Asian in the college
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Comparing Princess Mononoke And Disney Movies
They say:
When I first saw Princesses Mononoke at five, I didn t understand any conflict or meaning of the
film. Only the scene where the Forest Spirit is finding his head and killing all the living things on
earth stayed in my mind. I remember laying in my bed that night after watching the film thinking,
This movie is so scary... how nice will it be if this princess is a Disney princess. I have believed for
a long time that if Princess Mononoke was produced by Disney, the film will be so much more
successful.
I say
After becoming a young adult and rewatching Princess Mononoke again, my old thought of the
film, which was Princess Mononoke being produced by Disney will be more successful, has
twisted. The style of Studio Ghibli provided the movie the unique, exciting, and memorable
features. To be more specific, the fascinating and well thought storyline was the most outstanding
part of the film. How Hayao Miyazaki did not separate good and evil with a clear defined line;
illustrated a deeper environmentalist message than Disney films; created an open ending which
gives the audiences more space to imagine and contemplate, are all what made the film a big hit
during the 1990s.
Supporting points:
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There are no definite evil characters in Princess Mononoke. While Lady Eboshi kills and hunts
down the animals in the forest, she also stays loyal to the Iron Town and tries to give the citizens a
better quality of life. Additionally, when Nature is fighting the humans back, they themselves got
into an internal conflict and lost their unity. This feature makes the film more convincing and
relatable to audiences. In real life, people are not always bad or good. Humans reactions depend
on different situation. Comparing Princesses Mononoke (1997) to The Jungle Book (1967) by
Disney, both of them are telling a story that happened in the woods and the conflict between human
and nature, however, The Jungle Book has a clear line between the good and bad
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Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Theory
Among the three counseling theory for this week study, I identified with Solution Focused Brief
therapy simply because its method is focused on expand the best parts of a client s life rather
than the number of sessions (Henderson Thompson, 2011). Another focus of Solution Focused
brief therapy is seeking solutions for clients problems rather than search for explanations about
his or her problems or how the problem was developed (Henderson Thompson, 2011). In SFBT
people s problem result from behavior based on their view of the world (Henderson Thompson,
2011, p. 317). The solution process does not have to start with a perfect solution for the client s
problem, rather the therapist can provide the client with a skeleton key . It is a term, created by
Steve de Shazer, the leading figure of SFT, that refers to interventions that work for a variety of
problems that fit sufficiently well so that a solution can progress (Goldenberg Goldenberg, 2013)....
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There are three core questions for SFBT that therapists often asked in the initial stage of counseling:
miracle question, exception finding question, and scaling questions (Henderson Thompson, 2011).
As a postmodern approach, Solution Focused therapy see clients as the expert in their own
experience. Therapists assume that clients have competency to accomplish goals and incorporating
solutions (Henderson Thompson, 2011). SFBT does not focus on the details of the presenting
complaint. The therapist, instead, offers generic formula task, inferring that the client can change
while focus attention in the future where success is achieved (Henderson Thompson,
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John Calvin Essay
John Calvin There are many people in history who have made a very big impact on their culture,
times, and or religion. John Calvin was by far one of these few great people. He had such a big
influence in the time which he lived from 1509 to 1564. John Calvin devoted almost his whole
life to the promoting of Protestantism and made such a difference that his impact is still seen
today in Christianity. Calvin was born in France and was the second son in his family of five
brothers. He grew and then decided to go to the famous University of Paris to study to be a priest.
His father then had a conflict with the bishop who employed him so he then turned to the study of
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It did not turn out his way at all. This resulted in anti Protestant protests all over Paris, forcing
him to flee for his own safety. He roamed Tramontana 2 from place to place and then ended up in
Basle, Switzerland. This is where he started his writing. You see John Calvin was considered a
quiet, timid natured man. The kind of man who would never fight in disputes. In his time there
he really got to do the things he wanted to accomplish out of life. These were to study and learn
about God and his holy word. After this he went to Geneva after getting kicked out for his
teachings he got invited back to help turn the city around spiritually. He never held a political
office in Geneva but he ruled with strictness and sin was punished. He had laws passed to
promote Christian behaviour. Persecuted Protestants fled from all over Europe to reside here.
One last thing Calvin is known for is his theology. This is put together in a Calvinism. The ideas
of the Calvin doctrine are men are completely unable to save themselves with their own works.
Salvation is a matter of God s choosing those who will be saved, and that God chooses without
any consideration of a man s good works. If someone is chosen of God, there was no way they
could ever reject Christ or fail to endure to the end of their Christian life. Finally, he taught that
Jesus died only for the
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Lady Bracknell The Importance Of Being Earnest
In Oscar Wilde s whimsical play The Importance of Being Earnest, society,and class are strong
motifs as the play progresses. Most prominently, Lady Bracknell s character is implemented to
exaggerate the higher class, depict the ideals of society and effectively expose the other character
s status. For instance, Lady Bracknell staunchly believes that one should never waste time
sympathizing with invalids like Mr. Bunbury, for he should ...[make] up his mind whether he was
going to live or [] die, (1.718); this is exceptionally critical for the seating to be apt at her dinner
party. Moreover, while Lady Bracknell holds her nephew, Algernon, in high esteem, her interactions
with Jack presents their stark inequality of social status. To expand,
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My Bikini Butt Research
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This accurate process also considerably decreases cellulite and is created to work in merely 28
days. The simple to apply concepts and techniques taught in the My Bikini Butt system use
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Visual Learner Self-Assessment
Self Assessment and Reflection of a Visual Learner
Marcia Weaver
COM/516
May 6, 2012
Denise Corso
Abstract
In this paper, I take the reader through my search and the processes I went through as a visual
learner to decide on my choice of instruction, online or traditional. I identify my strengths and
highlight how I have used them in this course; uncover my weaknesses, and present strategies on
what to adjust to accommodate them. I also analyze the sources of my preconceived notions about
online learning, why they came about, how they affected me, how they relate to my learning style,
what I have learned from them, and how I plan to move forward using the information gleaned
from the analysis. It is my plan to use the discoveries I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Working with faceless people is the biggest adjustment I am making. I enjoy physical human
interaction and I do not have that luxury online. I find that the lack of immediate visual feedback
often puts me in a state of panic. The faceless set up will not change. Online education is here to
stay (Drago amp; Wagner, 2004, para. 5), but I can adjust my mindset. I must look for alternate
ways to relate with others; stop looking for visual cues, and remember that I am in an
asynchronous learning environment. The next best thing to physical interaction is communicating
by telephone or, if possible, video conferencing tools like Skype. In a world that practically
operates daily on Instant (IM), text, and Private (PM) Messages, it should be effortless to apply
these to my academic life. Feedback will come; I just need to be more patient. Living in a society
that has and continues to condition us to instant gratification, it pays to slow down for sanity s sake.
Another potential obstacle as a visual learner is difficulty with spoken directions and may be
easily distracted by sounds ( What s Your Learning Style? The Results , 2012). I proved this to be
true. Video tutorials distract more than teach me. It takes me longer to work through the material
because I keep pausing playback. I lose concentration from this repeated pausing, my sight and
sound senses get over stimulated, and I get overwhelmed. I cannot avoid the sound distractions;
therefore, I must remember to
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Essay On Life Of Pi And Willy s American Dream
Firstly, in Life of Pi and Death of a Salesman, Pi and Willy respectively search for hope of
survival and success that reality does not provide them through the creation of their own
imagination. Ironically though Pi is fearful of Richard Parker, he grows to realize that it put
him at ease and gives him hope to fight through the various hardships at sea, It is the irony of
this story that the one who scared me witless to start with was the very same who brought me
peace, purpose. I dare say even wholeness (Martel 179). If the story with the animal is just a
creation of Pi s imagination, then the creation of Richard Parker gives Pi purpose to do anything
to survive just like a tiger in the woods would do. He gives Pi reason and hope that... Show more
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He creates a hope within himself about his son that he will become successful with the qualities
he has instills in his son as he thinks that is the truth behind achieving the American Dream. Both
Pi and Willy are struggling in life. Pi struggles for survival at sea while Willy struggles to meet
his family s needs. Willy creates a false path of reaching the American Dream through one s
personality rather than hard work and therefore sees his son, Biff as hope because he knows that
his son has the character traits to achieve the American Dream. However, Pi creates Richard
Parker as it gives him a sense of the will to live that allows him to battle through whatever he
faces because of the strength he feels with it. Pi is appreciative of Richard Parker because
without him Pi admits that he would not be able to survive the two hundred and twenty seven
days at sea, I am grateful. It s the plain truth: without Richard Parker, I wouldn t be alive today to
tell you my story (Martel 182). The author builds the theme of imagination versus reality as Pi
creates Richard Parker and claims him to be the greatest reason for his survival during his
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The Significance of the Gunpowder Plot for Catholics...
WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GUNPOWDER PLOT FOR CATHOLICS 1605
THROUGH TO 1620?
This essay will discuss the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 when a group of catholic noblemen plotted to
blow up the English House of Parliament; the target of the plot was King James VI of Scotland and
I of England. This essay will focus on how the event impacted Catholics and their treatment in
society and law after the event. Primary sources including letters, Parliamentary documents and
their insight into how the event impacted Catholics in the years after the event will be used to
provide evidence and Secondary sources to provide different historians views on the treatment of
Catholics.
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From 1678 to 1681 the idea of The Popish Plot took over conversation and became an obsession
in the country. The Plot, which this time was entirely fictional, was created to scare the country
into believing that Catholics where conspiring to dethrone Charles II like they had done in 1605
with the gunpowder plot. The cartoon shows parliament under one archway in session and Guy
Fawkes in the other with the gunpowder to blow up parliament. This false plot was designed to
create fear amongst the protestant community, it replicates the gunpowder plot of 1605, this print
and the idea of a second plot increased the division in society for Catholics, a significant impact on
the treatment of Catholics after the plot as even 80 years later the puritans still printed propaganda,
the cartoon also implies the shunning off know Catholics in society. This occurrence was one of
many replications of the plot, causing severe repercussions for Catholics.
Social division after the plot included Catholics going against each other; those connected with the
plot where at times out casted by other Catholics, this increasing divide in community and at times
affected the sentencing of other Catholics who were included in the plot or in few cases only
knowing the conspirators. Social figures such as Anne Vaux who supported conspirators like the
Jesuit priest Father Henry Garnet, Jesuits being an order of
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Analysis Of The BookO Pioneers, By Willa Cather
A woman running a farm was a taboo topic in the late 19th century. She was met with sexism
and resentment from her peers. In O Pioneers!, the narrator, Alexandra Bergson, shares the same
perseverance and feminist perspective as the author Willa Cather does; in addition, the novel
reflects the hardships and strengths faced by American pioneers in the 1890 s. Cather was
inspired by the vast possibility of the land that she grew up in, and incorporated that important
aspect of her life into the novel. Professor Amy Ahearn elaborated that Cather put the shaggy
grass country at the center of the novel, and allowed the form of the land to provide the structure
of the book (Ahearn). Her precious childhood hometown was the basis of the setting of her
novel. Alexandra s parents similarly immigrated to Nebraska from Norway, and ran a large and
successful farm. As her father was dying, he gave her the responsibility to run the farm in his
place, as she was the one best suited for the task, surpassing her brothers. Further, journalist Amy
Ahearn describes that Alexandra had lost her gaiety and her femininity as she domesticated and
enlarged the property (Ahearn). As she ran the farm, she consequently had various aspects of her
persona changed. As a result of her hard work to change and run the farm, Alexandra herself
changes from a quiet lady to a prudent tomboy. She was faced with a responsibility she felt
obligated to carry out, because she wanted to make her father proud
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What Are Personal Afflictions That Affect The Elderly
Afflictions that affect the elderly often impair the memory, which can make it difficult to
maintain consistency with personal affairs. Elderly people who don t have a good support
system from family and friends can end up behind on payments, miscalculate their finances, and
forget to schedule appointments. This leads to a lot of stress, especially if the person has severe
memory issues but refuses to live in a place that could provide consistent care. For people who
aren t ready to relinquish their freedom and privacy, there are agencies that specialise in
assisting with elderly personal affairs. The individuals who work for these agencies go through
special background checks so that clients can feel safe and secure sharing private information. It
s the perfect solution for older people who need help with personal finances and don t have any
family or friends to help. Oversee Monthly Finances It would be great if people got to a certain
age and then no longer had to pay any bills. However, this isn t the case and you will need to
make sure that you pay all of your bills on time if you don t want to default. A professional who
handles elderly personal affairs can sit with you and go over your financial information. You can
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Whether you need transportation or just want someone to hang out with you for a little while,
your professional caregiver can take you shopping for food, clothes, gifts, or anything else you
need. Your personal needs are unique, and a professional who focuses on elderly personal affairs
will take into consideration your unique situation when helping you. Don t let memory loss,
illness, or other afflictions keep you from managing your everyday affairs. Let a professional
caregiver help you keep your affairs in order and never worry that you ll miss a bill payment or
forget an
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The Development Of Walmart.
The Development of Walmart Tracy Johnson Nicholas Chabra Cooperate Responsibility and
Society January 27, 2016 Introduction This paper concerning Walmart will give a brief history
and development story of the retail outlet. The research will also feature the gender
discrimination claims that have been made against the retail outlet store. The history and
development of Walmart Walmart s first store was opened up in Rogers, Arkansas in 1962 by
Sam Walton. Walton had owned a retail store in the previous store and decided to utilize a
unique concept to achieve high sales and rise above his competitors in the town and industry.
Walton reduced the prices of his products so that they were lower to those that were being
offered by the competitors. By 2007, Walmart had over 3,400 retail outlets throughout the
country. The store also had 1.3 million employees and had facilitated about 6.49 % of the
country s sales in retail. Walmart deals in the sale of apparel, music, groceries and some
household products. In 2005, Walmart s end of year profits had exceeded those of other retail
stores combined such as Target, Costco, Home Depo, and Sears Holding Company. Walmart has
retail store interests in Brazil, China, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Argentina, and Brazil. The retail
store sold the stores that it had in Japan and Germany. Wal Mart also operates Sam s Club, which
is a membership store that started operations in 1983. As of 2014, Sam s Club had sales that
exceeded those of
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The Progression Of Abstract Algebra
Math 559
IDEALS IN RINGS by Naira Arakelyan
1. Introduction
The progression of abstract algebra has come to be due to problems which were deemed to be
unsolvable through classical methods, as well as discoveries from past mathematicians. Firstly,
these problems had been associated with the theory of algebraic equations by the closing of the 19th
century. Significant topics of abstract algebra would consist of Diophantine equations, as well as
arithmetical investigations of higher and quadratic degree forms which had contributed to the
concept of notions of a ring and ideal. It is important to know that a ring is generally the setting in
which integer arithmetic is generalized, hence it being a stepping stone for the advancement of
commutative ring theory. It is also important to know that ring theory can be used to comprehend
the fundamental laws of physics, including basic special relativity as well as symmetry phenomena
in molecular chemistry. The attempts created to solve Fermat s Last Theorem also advanced the
path for generalizing integer arithmetic, and developed the concept of a ring. In Fermat s Last
Theorem, it is stated:
The equation xn+ yn= zn has no solution for positive integers, x, y, z when n 2.
Fermat wrote I have discovered a truly remarkable proof which this margin is too small to contain.
(Diophantus s Arithmetica)
One attempt to prove Fermat s Last Theorem had been in the year 1753, when Euler had brought
forward a novel set of integers which
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Butler s Gender Trouble
We tend to think of power as laws and the act of regulating behavior. In Butler s Gender Trouble
she talks about how power not only regulates but also forms who we are as individuals. For
Foucault power comes from knowledge which he discusses in The History of Sexuality.
Foucault discusses the concept of biopolitics, which links biological processes, such as the
reproductive process which can be be controlled via birth control, to economic or political power,
for example when the government controls what kind of birth control is legal and acceptable and
economically they make millions of dollars on the birth control pill and condoms. Similar to
biopolitics is the concept of bio power, ...it put into operation an entire machinery for producing true
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Foucault states that this power comes from discourse of a subject. In The History of Sexuality he
focuses on the myth that sexual repression occurred during the Victorian era. He argues that in
fact sex was turned into discourse due to the occurrence of the confessional that took place in the
Catholic church. At this time the catholic churches made sex and sexual desires sinful and
something that needed to be told in confession in order for the individual to repent. Due to the
need to confess people were forced to think about their desires and after confessing the priest s
judgement and language that was used turned the individual desires into discourse. This time in
history was the way to sexuality becoming controlled. The information that was gained gave
power to the priests to make these individuals repent and feel sinful for having these desires. This
phenomenon is not only seen in the case of sex and sexual desires but in anything where
individuals start to talk and where professionals take advantage of the information and feed on the
need to control how individuals see
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Analyzing The Poem My Papa s Waltz
My Papa s Waltz In this poem, the poet portrays the memory of his father negatively. The father
is dominating and over controlling his son into dancing the waltz, much to his discomfort. He
states such waltzing was not easy (4) but I hung on like death: (3). The speaker is a child subjected
to oppression by his father. The poem reveals to the reader of an oppressive father who has to
operate his way regardless of his son s feelings. Normally, waltzis not difficult dance but the poet
reveals that the father makes it difficult for the son. He notes that his father waltzed him off to
bed while he still clinging to his shirt (17 18). The main conflict expressed in this poem is that of
a father who is possessed by dancing the waltz, to an extent that he forces his child into it with no
regards to how he feels about it. The poem also portrays a motherwho could not intervene My
mother s countenance, Could not unfrown itself (7 8). One word, which I do not understand the
context at which it is used, is romped . The speaker put his comfort at... Show more content on
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The poet notes Then waltzed me off to bed suggesting that family was almost retreating to bed. The
poem has numerous shifts. The first stanza portrays a child who is afraid of his father The
whiskey on your breath, Could make a small boy dizzy (1 2) which shifts into a friendly tone as
the family romped until the utensils fell. The third and fourth stanzas also shift as the poet
describes the mishandling he underwent from his father until he slept. This creates mixed shifts
and emotions across the poem. The poet uses imagery to describe the experience he was
undergoing with his father, eliciting the feeling of sympathy from leader. He states But I hung on
like death (3), and My right ear scraped a buckle (14) to portrays how he could not escape the
oppression of his father.
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Tools of Evolutionary Biology Summary
TOOLS OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY SUMMARY
Research Paper Citation : JOHNSON, J. C., MILES, L. S., TRUBL, P. J. HAGENMAIER, A.
2014. Maternal effects on egg investment and offspring performance in black widow spiders.
Animal Behaviour, 91, 67 73.
Q.1 The study addressed questions like what effects maternal foraging success would have on
maternal body condition, fecundity, egg investment and whether an abundance in prey for the
mother would have positive effects on offspring traits like shapes maternal body condition,
fecundity and egg investment, and that maternal prey abundance has a positive, cross generational
effect on a number of important offspring traits, for example, sibling cannibalism in black widow
spiders.
Q.2 The findings of this study include the knowledge that maternal foraging success is indeed
responsible for better maternal body condition, egg sac mass, egg number, mass, size and density
rate. Some exceptions were also observed where the mothers given the high nutrition treatment
made low density eggs and some given low nutrition treatment made high density eggs, showing that
these characters are also influenced by genetic traits of the individual. Sibling cannibalism is also
seen shown to be fitness related, genetically effected trait.
Q.3 The experiment consisted of manipulating the food intake of black widow spider mothers, a
high nutrition and a low nutrition diet were used. Eighteen penultimate stage juvenile black widow
spiders were
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The Assumption And Implication Of Good Faith Play
Introduction When one party receives a check and transfers it, is the transferee a holder in due
course? The response to this question is it depends on the facts and circumstances. The
assumption and implication of good faith play a role in determining a holder in due course. In
our case, one party is attempting to take advantage of the other through fraud and deceit. This
paper explores who is a holder in due course, the influence of fraud and deceit, the role of the
stop payment, and who is responsible when a situation goes wrong. Material Facts I agree with
the court s decision because of fraud, deception, and a lack of holder in due course status. Here are
the material facts of the case. John G. Talcott, Jr., is a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The same day, Talcott sent a $5,700 check. He assumed that Rivera knew that he had stopped
payment on the $10,000 check. Several years prior to this transaction, Guarino established check
cashing privileges at Any Kind Checks Cashed, Inc. using their required documentation.
Guarino took possession of the $10,000 check on January 11 and took it to Any Kind s Stuart,
Florida to cash the check. Standard operating procedure at Any Kind requires supervisor
approval of any check over $2,000. After checking Guarino s driver s license, and asking the
purpose of the check supervisor Nancy Michael determined the check was valid. A Federal
Express envelope validated this decision, despite an inability to contact Talcott. After deducting
a five percent check cashing fee, Guarino received a $9,500 check. Six days later, Guarino
returned to the same Any Kind location, presented a $5,700 check to the teller using the same
proof as before, and required supervisor approval again. The teller spoke to Michael regarding the
check, and she instructed the teller not to cash the check until she reached Talcott and received
approval. Talcott approved the $5,700 check, but Any Kind did not mention the $10,000 check
from the previous day. Any Kind cashed the second check after deducting a 3% fee. On January 19,
Rivera called Talcott and told him what transpired with
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The Death Of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia set off shockwaves throughout a polarized
Washington D.C. Senate Republicans wasted little time stating that any nominee from President
Obama would not even get a hearing. Claiming that the people of the United States should have a
voice in this process. Or in other words We are stalling and hoping that we win the White House in
November . While it is only one seat, that one seat could drastically change the course of American
history. The Supreme Court consists of a Chief Justice and eight associate justices. The Chief
Justice is John G. Roberts and the associate justices are Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Elena
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This is what many Republican Senators believed President Obama would do. Senator Orrin
Hatch from Utah stated this appointment is about the election. So I m pretty sure he ll name
someone the [liberal Democratic base] wants However, to the shock of many Obama did quite
the opposite. On March 16, President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to take Associate
Justice Scalia s seat. The Chicago native graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School
and worked as a federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice. He played the lead role in
the investigation and prosecution of the Oklahoma City bombers. Mr. Garland is not as
conservative as former Associate Justice Scalia, he is more of a moderate. Also Mr. Scalia was
well known for his argumentative style. This was illustrated quite clearly in his frequent and
angry dissents of his colleague s majority opinion. Conversely Mr. Garland works to unite and
mold opinions to be unanimous. In his nineteen years on the United States Court of Appeals, he
has only penned sixteen dissents. A former law clerk for Mr. Garland stated From an early point in
his tenure in the D.C. Circuit, Judge Garland has demonstrated an uncommon ability to identify
common ground among his fellow judges, that he manages to do so without in any way sacrificing
his core judicial principles is truly remarkable Another name on the short list was Sri Srinivasan,
who many believed Mr. Obama was
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How Britons Take The Bus
How Britons take the bus
Napier Matriculation Number: 40182705
Introduction
This ethnographic research proposal deals with how British people have a particular way to take
the bus. I will focus on buses in Edinburgh and I will explore how those rules are not easy to
determine. They can be thus qualified as unwritten. I will eventually explore the fact that taking the
buses can even been seen as a mix of all British rules and can even help to define Britishness.
1.1Theoretical Framework
At first, one can wonder how different taking the bus is in the UK compared to other countries. It
can be seen as a normalised process which is everywhere the same. However some things are
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I had to take the bus for two hours per day to go my high school and I saw the bus as a way to
make a break between the school and my homework.
2.Main Aims and Research Questions
This research proposal aims to analyse and understand the British behaviours in public places and
to characterise what is Britishness . The data is taken in buses round Edinburgh and at bus stops in
the Scottish capital. How can we qualify the British behaviours in public places?
How can Britishness can be seen and analysed in everyday life?
In what ways transports can be seen as a mean which condense all the unwritten rules existing in
Great Britain?
3. Why is this interesting
I find this topic really fascinating as this leads to condense all British rules about politeness,
queuing, and general behaviour. Being arrived in September in Edinburgh, I have had some
difficulties to fully adjust to the British bus system. Having taken nearly only the bus in
Edinburgh as I chose to not bring my car here in Scotland, I feel my insider knowledge will be
real advantage to interpret data. I m now of course fully acquainted with the bus system and I ve
even seen myself helping people and giving directions many times, even to local people! I found
this subject particularly interesting as it can seem as a very simple topic. Taking the bus is
something we do every day and even most of the time several times a day, this is especially true for
students.
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Process Of Decision Making For A Solution Essay
thought processes. There are many kinds of factors which can destroy promising innovation
processes, and only by understanding the reasons for their existence and their nature change
management can respond to them. Many kinds of factors kill promising change processes, and only
by understanding the reasons for their existence and their nature, and innovation managementcan
respond to them.
Brainstorming and case method are the primary technique used which favours combining in the
process of decision making for a solution. Now the topic to be work on were defined by common
and particular elements of the problems which result in elaborative scope statement of different
aspects (San Juan, 2015).
Final Overview and Assimilation
Bottleneck Designing Process
Industry wants a high value of the product and to access that, the industry needs a proper seller to
promote and preview all the points in various stages of manufacturing (Inukai, Hibino, and Fukuda,
2006). The product design is one of the necessary steps to manufacturing processes because it takes
critical approaches to test and complete the processes, needed in the long run. This article talks
about Bottleneck Management, which describes the functionality of an organization. This process
of management as essential for product design and engineering process. It takes into its brackets the
little elements of manufacturing processes (Johannes et. al, 2014).
The product design is one of the necessary steps to manufacturing
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Mp3 Research Papers
What is the hottest buzzword around the Internet today? What topic has replaced sex as the most
searched for term on the web? The answer to both of these questions is MP3 audio.
MP3 stands for MPEG 1 Layer 3 Audio, which is a digital audio compression format developed by
the Moving Picture Experts Group. It takes a CD audio file and gets rid of all the frequencies on
the song that can t be heard by the human ear, thus ridding the data file of much wasted space. With
compression, the files turn out to be around four times smaller than the original with the same, near
CD quality audio. While MP3 may technically be the name of the compression format, it has
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However, there are many bands that release their music online for publicity, which is completely
legal. The only time it is illegal is when the audio file is that of a copyrighted music track used
without the artist s permission.
To an up and coming band, MP3s and MP3 websites are a godsend. These bands can record a CD
at any recording studio, then rip that is, take an audio CD track and turn it into an MP3 the
tracks and put them on their website for anyone to download. The band could also put their songs
on a large, well known website such as mp3.com which specializes in the distribution of legal
MP3 audio files. By doing this, the band is allowing their music to be heard easily, quickly, and
inexpensively all over the world.
For music lovers around the globe, MP3s allow easy access to new music. They can easily get on
the Internet and find out about new bands and their music. They can also find songs by their
favorite bands that had been previously been unreleased or bootlegs from concerts.
When the MP3 standard was first developed, it was solely used on computers. One could
download the music, but then be stuck listening to it only there. Then Diamond, a well known
manufacturer of computer multimedia devices, invented the Rio. The Rio was a small MP3 player
much like a Walkman. The device connected to a computer and the MP3s were
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Summary Of The Hound Of The Baskervilles
Summary:
On December 26th, 2015, my mother and I went to go see the show, Baskerville, by Ken
Ludwig, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre in Philadelphia. The play was a different and clever
take on the mystery novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The play
the book tell the story about an attempted murder of a man called Sir Henry Baskerville, who has
just inherited his uncle, Sir Charles Baskerville s estate. There is some suspicion surrounding Sir
Charles death. It is said that he died of a heart attack, but his friend who found him dead, Dr.
James Mortimer, noticed an expression of fear on his face and the prints of gigantic hound nearby.
So the doctor brings the case to Mr. Holmes and it begins.
The venue of the show was the Suzanne Roberts Theatre in Philadelphia. It was a very sleek and
modern looking place. It was smaller than I imagined outside and inside of the theatre. The stage
was a perfect square black box type stage, completely surrounded by lights. The show was done by
the Philadelphia Theatre Company, and the show was written by American playwright Ken
Ludwig. The contemporary drama show premiered at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC on
January 16th, 2015.
Ludwig s interpretation of the story was very clever and funny. It was close to being farcical, but
the actual premise of the show kept it from reaching that point. There were two things that made
the play stand out. When I looked at the cast list before I went to see the show I
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Brand Personality And Infosys
Brand Personality
Brand personality is the way a brand speaks and behaves. It means assigning human personality
traits/characteristics to a brand so as to achieve differentiation. These characteristics signify brand
behaviour through both individuals representing the brand (i.e. it s employees) as well as through
advertising, packaging, etc. When brand image or brand identity is expressed in terms of human
traits, it is called brand personality. For instance Allen Solley brand speaks the personality and
makes the individual who wears it stand apart from the crowd. Infosys represents uniqueness, value,
and intellectualism.
Brand personality is nothing but personification of brand. A brand is expressed either as a
personality who embodies these personality traits (For instance Shahrukh Khan and Airtel, John
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As a result, retail branding as a key differential competitive component of retail marketing strategy,
has received significant attention in the retail literature (Kent, 2003;Ailawadi and Keller, 2004;
Burt and Davies, 2010). Traditionally, branding within the field of retailing has been closely
associated with private label brand produced by retailers (Burt and Davies, 2010), which enabled
operating advantage for these firms in the form of superior profit margins, economies of scale,
market segmentation and differentiation. Here, the products and services offered to define the
retail brand, act as the core differentiator between the firm and competitors. As the role of private
label brand development has become more strategically important, there has been increasing focus
on mental models of the retail brand
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The Competitive Forces Of The Motorcycle Industry
Part I External Analysis When identifying and analyzing the major driving forces for change in the
external environment of the motorcycle industry one must look, and identify these forces; they are
the economy, national environmental forces, social, cultural, demographic forces, governmental,
political forces, legal forces, and the competitive forces. The three statics of Harley Davidsons is;
revenue, growth rate, and number of units that are sold. The manufacturer of the United States
heavyweight motorcycledivision has obtained, arrested, and achieved approximately fifty four
percent of the broad United States motorcycle exchange. Harley Davidson has fifty two percent
share of the broad motorcycle exchange in which IBISWorld INC. has estimated that it will
generate six point nine billion dollars in revenue this year, (Forbes, (2014). The Harley Davidson
company has sold two hundred and twenty three thousand twenty three units, and showed a thirty
nine percent pricing growth. In two thousand ten it sold two hundred and twenty six thousand
units, and the improvement was two to two point five percent, since two thousand six to twenty
ten even though sales for the CAGR were falling, in two thousand six to two thousand ten there
was still a growth of sixteen point seven percent, (Forbes, (2014). The Porters Five Forces Model
shows the strategic analysis of internal rivalry as a low to moderate strategic understanding. The
treats of alternate commodity is
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APA Code Of Ethics
Ethics
Ethics are norms of conduct. In terms of research, ethics are a set of rules that tell researchers what
they should and shouldn t do. They exist because researchers might not be objective on whether a
study might harm participants, among other things (McBride, 2010). Nuremberg Code
When the second world war ended, the Nuremberg Code was developed. This code, which was
created after the horrible experiments done by Nazis came to light, stated that researchers had to
follow ten rules (Schuler, 1982).
1. Voluntary consent for participation in an experiment is required.
2. The research should yield fruitful results for the good of society.
3. The results should justify the methods of the study.
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As mentioned before, researcher have to accurately report results. In addition, the concept of
plagiarism is a critical factor in psychological research. Everything has to be given proper citation,
from quotes to tables used.
Violating the ethical guidelines
Not adhering to the guidelines can have serious consequences. For example, Woo Suk Hwang
falsely stated that he had been able to clone human stem cells (Bhattacharya, 2006). He now faces
criminal charges in South Korea and has permantly damaged his career (McBride, 2010).
Feel free to leave a comment, questions, concerns, or suggestions.
References
American Pyschological Association. (n.d.) Research with animals in psychology. Retrieved from
www.apa.org/science/animal2.html
American Psychological Association. (n.d.) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of
Conduct. Retrieved December 7, 2015, from http://www.apa.org/ethics/code/
Bhattacharya, S. (2006). Hwang faked all research on human stem cells. New Scientist, 10.
Retrieved from www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn8557
McBride, D. (2010). The process of research in psychology. Los Angeles:
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Symbolism In George Orwell s 1984
Lily Freeland Miss Finstuen AP English Literature 29 May 2018 Symbolism of Freedom and
Control In his dystopian novel, 1984, George Orwell creates a state of terror and secrecy.
Eliminating the human right of freedom through expression of emotion, Orwell presents a somber
and isolating world that triggers rebellion against the Party by protagonist, Winston Smith. By use
of symbolism in the novel, Winston strives for freedom in the prison of his society. In the novel,
privacy does not exist. The telescreens scattered in abundance across the state serve as a reminder
of the power the Party has over its citizens. Extremely oppressive in nature, the Party seeks to
control its people by use of constant monitorization. In view of the telescreens,... Show more
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The freedom of his diary relates to the thrush bird mentioned in the novel. Similar to the
symbolic meaning of the diary, the singing bird serves as a symbol for Winston s search for
freedom by trying to understand it. In this way, the thrush is symbolic of emotion. With Julia
and WInston away from their oppressive society, Orwell acknowledges the freedom of the bird
in comparison to their confinement, describing, It was in the sun, they in the shade (...). The
thrush is free to live life as it chooses, enlightened in the sun (...) whereas Winston and Julia must
live in accordance to what the Party, their society, tells them. The two notice the thrush s
unfettered singing, and Orwell brings into question, For whom, for what, was that bird singing?
No mate, no rival was watching it. What made it sit at the edge of the lonely wood and pour its
music into nothingness? (...). This suggests that the bird is singing simply for the enjoyment of
it, or the emotion of it. The thrush thus has no social obligations or societal expectations that are
causing it to sing. The bird is free. This stands out to Winston and triggers a spark of emotion in
him. Human emotion has been eradicated from society by the Party as it is a means of freedom
and expression, thus marking it a threat to the Party. Winston recognizes the bird s freedom and
embraces it. Orwell explains this, saying, It was as though it were a kind of liquid stuff that
poured all over him and got mixed up with the sunlight that filtered through the leaves. He
stopped thinking and merely felt (...). Winston experiences a freedom in himself as he is able to
feel emotion. In this way, he may finally feel sexual desire for Julia. The strength of raw human
emotion in the form of sexual desire gives Winston a deeper understanding of freedom as well as a
heightened sense of personal freedom overall. Such emotion, symbolized by the
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Access To Justice
With the demise of the apartheid in 1994 and the implementation of the Constitution in 1996, it
brought with it the concept of access to justice for all citizens of South Africa. The notion itself
has developed and evolved beyond the preconceived idea of access to courts but encompasses one
s access to legal and state services, social, economic and environmental justiceas well.
Although Section 34 of the Constitution provides that anyone with a dispute may seek justice by
bringing the dispute to court with Section 35, from which Legal Aid South Africaderived its
mandate, enforcing that those arrested, detained or accused has the right to a fair trial which
includes the right to have a legal practitioner assigned by the State and at the expense of the State,
justice is tied directly to political and economic position, power and wealth. Thus, for many South
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In this sense, emphasis was placed on the rehabilitation of first time offenders by making use of the
NICRO program.
Moreover, the notion of access to justice went as far as access to education for those unaware of
their legal rights and duties. When the question of the quality of Legal Aid attorneys was raised, the
Justice commented that private attorneys are often unprepared as they do not consult their clients.
Or they make use of stall tactics to increase their service fees.
Another issue raised was the ignorance of one s rights being as a contributor to the lack of access
to justice for many people. It is understood that people do not seek redress on account of being
unaware of their rights provided in the Bill of Rights. Conversely, multiple offenders who are more
acquainted with the law, find loopholes when committing their
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Are Children Inherently Fascist Essay
Are Kids Inherently Fascist?
In the article Why kids love fascist cartoons like Paw Patrol and Thomas author Elissa Strauss
argues that children are inherently drawn to television shows that portray underlying fascist themes
that ultimately uphold a mostly white, patriarchal dominant system. Strauss uses two television
shows in particular to argue her case, Paw Patrol and Thomas the Tank Engine where the former
follows search and rescue dogs who go out on missions to protect their community while the latter
is a television series following anthropomorphised locomotives who go on adventures. Overall,
Elissa Strauss article Why kids love fascist cartoons like Paw Patrol and Thomas starts out with a
thought provoking argument using mostly ethos and pathos, while including some logos, about
why parents should be worried their kids are being exposed to fascist themes, but her argument
dwindles after she relies heavily on anecdotal evidence, with little of her own commentary, about
the effect these television shows have on society and their systemic institutions. ... Show more
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According to Strauss, parents look for a world in which identities are both mutable and equal, and
imagination and empathy reign supreme, while children are drawn to worlds in which identities
are fixed, order trumps imagination and transgressions are met with routine punishment. Here we
can see Strauss using pathos to evoke a battle between good and evil, using positive, idealist
descriptions to describe the wants of the parents in comparison to the cold, mechanical descriptions
to describe the wants of the children. This is the point in the article where Strauss introduces her
two targets, one which can easily be identified as cold and mechanical, while the other takes some
deep
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The Incredible Mind of Sir Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton was an instrumental figure to the rise of modern science. Through his incredible
mind, he was able to usher in a new age of science that revolved around logic and reason. He had
redefined natural philosophy at the time and had enlightened the world with his mechanistic
world view. However, Newton was not exactly as dedicated to logic and reason as many would
like to think. Newton not only spent a significant amount of his time in the occult sciences such as
alchemy, but was a deeply religious individual as well. Often times, many think of Newton as
being one who pushed away religious faith as a means to uncovering the natural world by solely
depending on the empirical science, however that is incorrect. Newton was very much influenced
by his religious beliefs. In my paper, I aim to bring Newton s religiosity to light and uncover how
it not only influenced his work in the natural science but how it led him to great research in
alchemy as well. I will also focus on why Newton did not bring out his religious inclinations
during his time which would forever change his portrayal in the modern world. In order to answer
my first point of how religioninfluenced Newton s works, I will be relying heavily on Charles
Webster s From Paracelsus to Newton: Magic and the Making of Modern Science and Richard
Westfall s Science and Religion in Seventeenth Century England. I will also be looking at some
scholarly articles such as William Austin s Newton on Religion and
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Theme Of Betrayal In The Great Gatsby
The worst part of a betrayal is that it usually comes from a friend rather than an enemy. In Song of
Solomon by Toni Morrison, Milkman goes on an adventure to find the roots of his family history.
While on his quest, Milkman learns and experiences betrayal from his long time friend, Guitar, who
misunderstands Milkman s objective. In The Great Gatsbyby F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby undergoes
a series of betrayals from Daisy throughout his life. Gatsby s love for Daisy blinds him from her
acts of betrayal, which eventually leads Gatsby to his death. In Song of Solomon, the
relationship between Milkman and Guitar deteriorates due to Guitar s excessive desire for
money and revenge. This is paralleled in The Great Gatsby where Daisy use Gatsby s love and
wealth to seek revenge on Tom. In the Song of Solomon, Guitars betrayal to Milkman is caused
due to his desire to fulfill his Seven Day s Objective. As Milkman goes on his quest to find more
information about his family history, he encounters Guitar several times. Guitar thinks that
Milkman took the gold for himself rather than sharing it. Guitar is in need of the money so he
would be able to purchase explosives for his mission of vengeance. His hunger for money has led
him to go to the extent of killing Milkman. When Milkman goes hunting, Guitar chokes Milkman
with a wire while he is alone in the woods, but manages to survive. His need for money is
reinforced because of what he believes to be Milkman s betrayal towards him.
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Internal Conflict Of William Shakespeare s Macbeth
Internal conflict is represented throughout Macbeth following his descent from hero to decapitated
tyrant. In Act I.vii Macbeth is debating with himself whether to kill the king or not which reveals
internal conflict between his virtue and his hamartia, ambition. He says, that we but teach bloody
instructions, which being taught, return to plague the inventor , this shows Macbethfocusing on the
practicalities of killing Duncan rather than the ethics or moralityof it, he is more worried of the
possibility it could lead to his own murder, this portrays a moment of clarity that foreshadows his
own fate.The phrase teach bloody instructions is vocabulary of war and revenge which gives a
hint of a soldier s mindset. He later goes to say i am his kinsman and his subject, strong both
against the deed; then, as his host, who should against his murderer shut the door, not bear the
knife myself. , structurally he has now moved on to the ethics and morality of the murder, he
knows it s wrong showing he still has a moral compass however the morality was a later thought
showing that his morals have been mixed up and shows a hint of a psychotic mind. He then leaves
us with the line I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition, which o
erleaps itself and falls on the other , this conveys self awareness, he knows his major flaw is his
ambition, the word vaulting suggests his ambition is so strong that it jumps out of him and drives
him into situations
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Fahrenheit 451 Beatty Quotes
In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury makes use of external works in the form of quotes. These
quotes often expand upon the plot and improve the story. One of the most important quotes in
the book is said by a woman who refuses to leave her home while her books are being burned.
She recites a line from History of the British Empire (1870) Play the man, Master Ridley; we
shall this day light such a candle, by God s grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.
This was originally said by Hugh Latimer while he was being burned at the stake for heresy.
Because reading and owning books is against the law, her actions can be compared to heresy, and
her fate is the same as Latimer. Her death sparks a curiosity in Montag, making him wonder what...
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Montag compares Mildred s friends to plaster saints he saw in a church when he was young,
because they were silent and he did not understand them. Montag goes to meet Faber, and he
brings a copy of the Bible. When he begins his journey to meet Beatty Faber reads him the book
of Job to comfort him. The biggest quote from the Bible is said by Montag at the end of the
book. He is contemplating what to share with his new acquaintances, when he remembers the
verse Revelations 22:2 And on the other side of the river was there a tree of life...and the leaves
of the tree were the healing of the nations (Page 158). This verse implies a renewal or a cycle, in
which hope is given after a disaster. Bombs destroyed the city, but now the leaves (perhaps
books, or knowledge) will heal the survivors. The Bible is timeless, so by including quotes and
references in the novel, Bradbury implies that the power of books is also timeless. After meeting
with Faber, Montag makes his way to the firehouse, but first stops at his home. He finds Mildred
and her friends, and becomes unraveled when interacting with them. Montag balks at their
ignorance and nonchalance, so he recites a poem that he hopes they ll react to. Dover Beach is a
poem by Matthew Arnold, written in 1867. In the poem he laments the values that were lost in his
society. Montag angrily reads it to the women, and they become visibly upset, one of them even
crying. The poem forces
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Improving Informed Consent
My research question is how to improve the informed consent process in the most effective method?
Improve it so that the patient s comprehension of information conveyed in that process is higher
This question might seem very simple yet the answer is far from simple. In the first article
Improving understanding in the research informed consent process: A systematic review of 54
interventions tested in randomized control trials it goes in depth on the different intervention
designed to improve the informed consent process for patients and which of these interventions
yielded the best results. The researcher s purpose was to analyze previously tested interventions to
find out which increased the level of understanding for patients when it... Show more content on
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I could say the second article strengthen the findings of the first by demonstrating the finding in a
controlled study that has been proven to be effective. In addition, each of these studies shares a
similar message, but the method in which they go about demonstrating that message is very
different. The first uses a collection of previously testes interventions to analyze and conclude the
common findings of these interventions. Well the second research article is a study whose purpose
wasn t to demonstrate an effective improvement, but test a hypothesis to the level of consent people
of different races, ethnicities and genders give toward the use of their genetic sample. In a way it
was indirectly using the method that research article one state was best practices of informed
consent (Pg. 5). The article main agreement is in the method they used to get the highest level of
consent from the patients. They disagree in that articles have different objective and they claim
different result were the reason behind their findings. Article two includes trust as being a
contributing factor to their result, while article to claim that the enhanced consent forms are the
main contributes to getting high levels of consent. The article seems to mismatch in that the
participant they used are very different. The first article used data with no clue to who the
participants were and the second article uses participants with a drug history, which makes their
data very unreliable when compared to another study of healthy
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Oxfam Refugee Simulation
Adriana Ramirez
Extra Credit
Refugee Simulation
Being a part of OXFAM s refugee simulation in April was thought provoking for me because
being a refugee for many people in different parts of the world is an actual reality. In places such
as Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and others, millions of people are forced to flee from their homes with
many obstacles on the way, such as leaving family behind and not having sufficient resources like
food and clothes. At the start of the simulation, I was informed that I was a refugee and I was paired
up with other students who would be my family members. Throughout the process, we were given
a list of supplies and had to choose a few that we wanted to receive. We would slowly get our
supplies taken away from
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What Are The Causes Of Street Children
2.2.3 Social Causes
Every phenomenon of social system exists or developed with various perspectives, in this way
street children phenomenon has its own social perspective in urban areas of Ethiopia. Most of the
population of the street children in urban areas comes from rural areas. Poverty, broken families
and lack of healthy interaction between parents and children are main causes for children to move
towards urban areas or to start life as street children. Children move from rural areas towards cities
bring with them a different perspective and life style. Therefore, social perspective in the street
children phenomenon is different from street children having urban and rural background. In the
urban cities mostly nuclear family system is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It is clear that, a child who lives in an abusive family will be influenced by another child who is
already living on the street after leaving his/her violent family. The FSCE (2003) names the peer
pressure as one of the underlying factors leading to children living on the streets in Ethiopia most
street children choose to go and live on the street as their friends do because they think that this
could lead to a better life.
2.3 Challenges Experienced by Street Children
Street children like any other children, need certain resources to meet their physical and emotional
needs, needs be protected , to be taught how to live in society, to be educated and to have
vocational training as stated in the UNCRC (1989:24).
However, street children are often victims of every conceivable physical and moral danger and as
they grow older, they often become a danger to others. After such insecure childhoods, most street
children are condemned to spend their lives excluded from mainstream society (Schmidt 2003:27).
Street children face untold hardships and dangers on the streets and their living conditions on the
roads and public squares of cities all over the world in the eyes of the public, are extremely
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The Mystery Of Jack The Ripper
Nobody could ever put a face to the so known, Jack the Ripper . Beginning in 1891 and finally
evolving in 1891, ten murders took place in the area of London known as the East End. They
weren t randomly chosen either they all were street prostitutes. As well as a case that they were
trying to correlate the same murderer with, so it was included in the file. The Pinchin Street torso
, but it had no association with the other murders. In this case they had discovered a female torso
which had been thrown away under a railway overpass. The search for Jack the Ripperlasted for one
hundred twenty years including theories and augmented debates.
The modern day forensics now and then were a lot different. Crime Scene Investigation,
Fingerprinting, and even crime scene photography were not used in the police investigations at the
time of the murders. There was also no social media then to spread the word around about him and
gather any clues.
All the murders in Whitechapel occurred in Spitalfields or the Whitechapel area with the
exception of Rose Mylett which occurred 2 1/2 miles east of the Royal London hospital and was
debated if it was a murder.
Martha Tabrams body was found on August 7, 1888 at 4:50 AM she was lying on the first floor
of George yard buildings, Whitechapel. Her hands were clenched up by her side, empty. Her
clothes were torn and completely disarranged. The bosom of her dress had been torn away and her
skirt was pushed up to her waist. There were no
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Black Lives Matter Dbq
In the year 1765, a well acclaimed group arose when the British enforced the Stamp Act. The
Stamp Act was a law geared toward the American colonist to pay taxes on paper goods due to the
French and Indian War. There were some colonist who believed that there should be no taxation
without representation and they called themselves the Sons of Liberty. They believed themselves
as patriots fighting for their rights but I view them as terrorist. They are terrorist because they
condoned looting, vandalism, the tarring and feathering of people and most of all making
terroristic threats, which are all characteristics of a terrorist group. On the other hand, the protest
group Black Lives Matter which started from a social media post in 2012 due to an... Show more
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BLM is different because they want a civil rights movement type of change that shakes up
politics and breaks the cycle of violence and silence (Sider, Simon, par. 8). Unlike the Sons of
Liberty, the Black Lives Matter movement does not condone violence especially on innocents.
Yes, as a group they had some mishaps with a few radicals, but they are learning from their
mistakes and are trying to weed out the people who will tarnish what the movement is about.
Not like the Sons of Liberty who condoned and outsourced violent criminals. The Black Lives
Matters movement tries to make change legally like having a sit in at a police station until the
officers released a shooting tape in a case of an officer killing a black male. Although violence
tried to arise due to tempers the group did not give in to mob mentality. They did not drag the
officers out of the department and tar them, nor did they vandalize the building. Since they did
things the peaceful way the case is now being looked into, and the officers who were involved in
the shooting are now on leave. The protest group is also delving more into politics, the group
wants the Black voice to be heard on a more intellectual
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Reducing Barriers to Free Trade Essay
IntroductionFree trade has long be seen by economists as being essential in promoting effective use
of natural resources, employment, reduction of poverty and diversity of products for consumers.
But the concept of free trade has had many barriers to over come. Including government practices
by developed countries, under public and corporate pressures, to protect domestic firms from cheap
foreign products. But as history has shown us time and time again is that protectionist measures
imposed by governments has almost always had negative effects on the local and world economies.
These protectionist measures also hurt developing countries trying to inter into the international
trademarkets. With the recent global recession we... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
2009). This in itself shows the high standards of sustainability can be made from free trade
(Gidney, M. 2009). Fair trade provides two key benefits that can help with the current world
economic crisis. First it provides sustained benefits for producers that can help maintain their
business through fluctuations of the world market (Gidney, M. 2009). Second, fair trade helps to
maintain fair prices, additional social premium, and long term partnerships that help provide better
living standards for millions of people in over 60 countries (Gidney, M. 2009). Free trade cannot
grow without the aid of governments to help promote and sustain it. Governments must support
free trade by first modifying current trade policies to remove barriers against free trade. Lastly
governments must act and enforce regulations to protect against unfair trade practices.
What can Governments do to promote free trade? The basis of free trade is that in a growing
economy the comparative advantage shows that resources flow from lower productivity to those
with higher productivity (Carbaugh, 2009). Along with increased employment in developing
countries and higher standard of living, consumers benefit from more diversity on the market and
cheaper prices. One of the baggiest challenges government s faces is the pressure from public and
domestic firms to protect the local work force from cheap foreign imports. Governments must find
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Wireless Devices and Applications
I.INTRODUCTION
In these modern times when communication has become a fundamental tool for progress and
advancement on many terms, it is already considered an imperative for many companies and
businesses to improve their communication and information technology. The advent of new
technologies and the introduction of newer softwares and tools necessary for survival in the tough
and competitive market make it possible for many businesses and companies to reach their
employees, other partner markets or businesses and even their customers while on the move. This
is the gift of wireless devices and applications technology.
Wireless devices and applications (WDA) are used by many organizations in their various
operations because it has many ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It s like being trapped in a black hole and you ll get mad repeating it over and over again.
Seriously, a customer wouldn t be impressed by this system. It may be true that WDA gives us a lot
of conveniences than ever but it s like investing on your business graveyard if you leave your
communication unit unmanaged and unpolished. As Krotz (2008) suggested, technology, indeed,
can never replace human help for customers. Excellent customer service still depends on how
personnel treats and interacts with the customers, not with how efficient the WDA works.
WIRELESS USAGE EXPENSE. Constant calls by the employees not only to unwilling
customers but even to the offices just to check their mails or any agenda also contributes to
towering wireless bills from service providers. The problem with some employees is that they
have fooled themselves that wireless technology is also charge free. Actually, it is otherwise.
Companies spend a lot on these services and by lot it may mean hundreds of thousands to even
millions for communication alone. Aside from these business calls, there are still other calls which
are out of the business or under the table calls which these employees may make. The high cost
that the company pays may not lead to anything useful at all. In the case where an employee s call
credit has exceeded the amount of money his customer/s has brought
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Science Fiction In Frankenstein
Science fiction, debated among literary critics and pop culture enthusiasts alike, is a term that
categorizes thousands of works. It has multiple definitions, but there is a clear origin in
Frankenstein. Not only does the work fit into every definition of the genre, but also it spawned a
new era and genre of literature. Combining Romantic and Gothic literature, Mary Shelley began the
trend of forming a warning based off science in a hypothetical novel. Shelley s novel Frankenstein
influenced literature, along with pop culture, by creating the genre of science fiction. To propose
Frankenstein as the creator of the genre, science fiction must be properly defined. Brian Aldiss
defined it as, the search for a definition of man and his status... Show more content on
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She influenced Emily BrontГ« in writing Wuthering Heights with the frame narrative that Shelley
made popular. The monster with feelings motif was greatly popularized by Frankenstein, spawning
Dracula, along with many movies both directly based off Shelley s novel and unintentional
similarities. This came along with the mad scientist trope in many movies and H.G. Wells s The
Island of Doctor Moreau. Frankenstein has become a major pop culture figure beyond literature.
Movies have transformed the monster into a completely different character. Video games use
monsters that reference the novel frequently, along with zombies related to Frankenstein s monster.
Frankenstein made its way to music with Monster Mash and several other songs. It even appeared
in the musical Rocky Horror Picture Show. It is one of the most well known monster stories ever
written. Frankenstein has had a huge influence not only in literature, but also in pop
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An Essay About Amelia Earhart
A pilot, lost over the Pacific Ocean, thousands of people searching for her. But the reason why so
many people were searching for her is what is truly interesting. Amelia Earhart was one of the first
female pilots in the world. Everyone knew about her from her many accomplishments and how they
allowed her to travel the world. But there is much more to her than just being a pilot. To what
extent did Amelia Earhartprove that women can do what a man can do through determination and
dedication, as well as through her many feats, and encouraging gender equality? AmeliaEarhart
became a successful pilot through determination and dedication. Amelia wanted to become a pilot
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Her first feat was becoming a female pilot, which at the time was very difficult. She became the
16th woman in the world to receive a pilot s license in 1923 and the first woman to ever receive
a pilot s license from the National Aeronautic Association of the USA (Wels 42). In 1928,
Amelia became the vice president of the National Airways, Inc. ( Earhart, Amelia ). She also
became the first woman vice president of the National Aeronautic Association, which authorized
the official records and races (Cochrane and Ramirez). Having been a licensed pilot for a mere 5
years, this is quite impressive. The following year, she took place in an airplane race dubbed the
Powder Puff Derby. Amelia Earhart came in 3rd during this race. This race was dangerous, and
open for women only. Many people died, but those who didn t later became some of the female
pilots to make up the Ninety Nines. Amelia became the head of this all female aviatrix club (
Earhart Amelia 1897 1937? ). Amelia Earhart was also the second person after Charles Lindbergh,
and the first woman, to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932, which is perhaps her most well known
accomplishment ( Earhart Amelia 1897 1937? ). Though this wasn t the first time that she had
crossed the Atlantic Ocean. The first time was in 1928, but she was merely only a log keeper on
that flight (Yount). Amelia Earhart also had many lesser known feats. In 1935, she was the first
pilot to fly solo, nonstop from Mexico City to Newark, NJ as well as fly to Honolulu from the
US mainland ( Earhart, Amelia ). During that same year, Amelia became a flight instructor at the
Purdue University Airport (Winters 166). Amelia Earhart also received multiple medals and
trophies for her accomplishments. She was the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying
Cross, and she also received the gold medal of the National Geographic Society as well as the
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Cycle Duration Lab Report
Kinematics Cycle duration greatly decreased with increased speed within the walking gait and
running at 4.5 mph (Fig. 2A,B; Table 1, 2). During walking, cycle duration was relatively shorter
at slow speeds and low inclines, but longer at fast speeds and low inclines (Fig. 2B). There were
significant differences in cycle duration between subjects, and interactions with cycle duration and
subject, gait, and incline (Table 1,2,3). Step length statistically differed between subjects and
showed interactions between subjects, speed and incline (Table 1,2,3). Stride length decreased at
a notable rate with an increased speed as well as with running within the 4.5 mph, and was at its
lowest at a 0% incline (Fig. 2D; Table 1,3) Within a gait, duty factor did change between speeds
(F1,2= 67.7 (0.014), W1,2= 14.4 (0.063)) (Table 1,2). Duty factor was much lower during running
(F1,2= 43.5) at 4.5 mph than walking (W1,2=60.7) (Table 3). The 4.5 mph treatment there was an
interaction between speed and incline, during walking duty factor was highest at 10% incline, but
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During walking, there was significant decreases in the values of VL duration between subjects,
speed and incline. Within running gait, there was a cogent interaction between VL EMG
duration and speed and incline (Fig. 3C). In each treatment, EMG duration of the BF varied
significantly between subjects and there were interactions between subject and speed or gait in
during walking or between gaits, respectively (Table 1,3). During walking, there was also an
interaction between BF EMG duration subject, incline and speed. Gast. and TA EMG durations
showed similar activity to the VL. There was a cogent interaction for Gast EMG duration between
gait and incline in which activity was similar between all inclines at low speeds, but widely
dispersed at high speeds (Fig.
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  • 1. Vous Y Essayer 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help fromHelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Vous Y EssayerVous Y Essayer
  • 2. Managing Pain During The Acute Care Setting Everyone experiences pain differently, its etiology, source, and type of pain is unique to each patient. Pain is defined as a complex, multidimensional phenomenon that originates from sensory stimuli, which has obvious motivation affective properties, demands attention, disrupts thought and behavior and results in activity aimed to stop the pain(Blanchard, 2010). Managing pain in the acute care setting has become one of the greatest challenges nurses and healthcare providers face. Unsatisfactorily managed pain can contribute to several adverse outcomes for hospitalized patients including reduced mobility, stimulation of unhealthy stress response, infection, creates barriers, and additional complications. As pain treatment becomes more aggressive, so too does our attention to reassessment of pain after intervention to ensure both safe and effective pain management(Gordon, 2014). In 1992, the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research provided guidelines for the management of acute postoperative pain. The goals of the pain management guidelines are to reduce pain, complications, and length of hospital stay, to educate patients in communicating unrelieved pain; and to enhance patient satisfaction with pain management practices (Good, 1998). From these guidelines, Marion Good, PhD, RN, helped develop a middle range theory for Acute Pain Management for adults who can learn, set goals, and communicate symptoms. The theory does not pertain to individuals such as elderly, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Mothers And Daughters In Amy Tan s The Joy Luck Club It was during the time of the war when a woman named Suyuan Woo, created the Joy Luck Club. Together, they played mahjong and created hope and joy for themselves because of the way, and along the way, they raised their daughters to be perfect Chinese girls. In the Chinese culture, there are a variety of superstitions. Sons and daughters of the familyare not treated equally. However, from analyzing the motherdaughter relationships, in the novel, the mothers always do what is best for their daughter. In the novel, The Joy Luck Clubby Amy Tan, she teaches how certain individuals in a Chinese household lives and a few of their beliefs. To begin, there are many Chinese superstitions that are not commonly known. For example, when the mothers and daughters all had dinner together on New Year day, everyone picked the best quality crab, but June Woo picked the one that was missing a leg. However, her mother, Suyuan, takes it from her to give her a better one and says, a missing leg is a bad sign on a Chinese New Year (Tan 225). This shows that Suyuan believes that a crab missing its leg on New Year... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Daughters must be obedient and perfect. For instances, Lindo was arranged to marry into the Huang s family and when had a sour look on her face, her mother said, such an ugly face. The Huangs won t want you or our whole family will be disgraces (Tan 45). In the same fashion, it is said that a son can never go to somebody else s house to live. If he went, he would lose any hope for a future (Tan 246). Equally important, men can have multiple wives but women will get shamed by their family if they have more than one husband. For example, An mei s mother was a widow but was raped and became the third concubine to a rich man. Although it was not by choice, her family disowned and kicked her out of the house. Hence, men have more freedom than women in the Chinese ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Intersection of Religion and Politics in 17th-19th... The Intersection of Religion and Politics in 17th 19th Century Africa The stories of Dona Beatriz, Uthman dan Fodio, and Guimba the Tyrant present three cases in which religion and politics overlapped in different ways and to varying degrees. These three individuals lived in distinct historical contexts and had unique religious trainings, sources of spiritual power, track records as religious and political authorities, goals for reshaping the religious and political landscape of their regions, reputations among their contemporaries, and obstacles with which to contend. Some common themes of 17th 19th century African social and political history span these three stories despite their distinct historical contexts ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Accordingly, Dona Beatriz was trained as a nganga marinda, an intermediary between the spiritual and temporal worlds in African societies. She displayed spiritual gifts from a young age, which was unsurprising among aristocrats in Kimpasi society. While realizing that she could not conform to traditional social roles, such as that of a subservient wife, Beatriz actively cultivated her spiritual gifts for greater social good and waged a war against all forms of greed and jealousy and its most obvious manifestation, misuse of kindoki, supernatural powers or curses (Thornton 110). Her attacks on individuals, most notably some Capuchin missionaries, preceded her martial entrance into the political fray. Dona Beatriz grew up among political instability, and by 1703 a number of religious signs had convinced many people that religious purification would bring about political stability. Dona Beatriz preached that peace could be achieved only through unification under one king, guided by devotion to Kongolese Catholic belief. Beatriz s mandate came from St. Anthony, who took up residence in her body and revealed truths about the Kongolese origins of Christianity. In the context of the ideological divide and political tensions between the Capuchin missionaries from Europe and native Kongolese Catholics over the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Racism And Income Inequality In The United States Racism and inequalities have existed, exists now, and will be here long after we are gone. However, racism in this country has been diminished greatly, and though it will never be fully eradicated, it is to the point where all races and ethnicities can achieve great things. All aspects of life, such as income levels, success in the arts, and even college entrance are not beholden to systemic racism. It is a person s own drive, personal life choices, and willingness to work hard that determine their level of achievement. Of the many cultures in this country, some are more goal driven and can better thrive in a capitalist society. Then there are some cultures that don t do so well. So, even though racism does exist in the united states, it is not to the point where it grants benefits to white people. There are many factors to income inequality in this country, not all of which are connected to racism, but one s personal choices. The most prevalent factor that contributes to income... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As it relates to the education system, cultural differences are a main factor for the disparities among the races. Despite this, the Affirmative Action quota system was implemented in order to promote diversity in places of higher education. Policy makers in this country have gone out of their way to ensure that their illusion of an equal playing field exists. However, in the court case Gratz v. Bollinger, the Supreme Court ruled that the University of Michigan s application was riddled with racial discrimination against non minorities. Pew Researchers even found that of those personally affected by Affirmative Action, including minorities and non minorities, 4% benefited while 11% were hurt by its effects. The only beneficiaries were those of the black community while Affirmative Action policies were most detrimental to white ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Sexual Orientation Identity And Its Influence On Student... Introduction As the student affairs profession develops, it is important to remain aware of how students and their identities are evolving. Higher education is constantly evolving, which is why it is extremely important to take sexual orientation identity and its influence on student development into account. In this paper, I will explore Fassinger s (1998) sexual orientationidentity model and provide an analysis of the theory. I will also share my findings from three interviews with students who are in different stages of sexual identity formation. Finally, I will address how knowledge of Fassinger s Model and sexual identity development can inform the work of student affairs educators in creating more inclusive college and university environments. Fundamental Ideas Fassinger s Model is influenced by racial and ethnic identity development models as well as gender identity development models. The theory offers a more inclusive perspective of various individuals in their sexual orientation identity formation (McCarn Fassinger, 1996). Fassinger s Model was developed in an attempt to address the critiques of previously existing models. Fassinger s model differs from other preexisting models in that the authors clearly distinguish between the two processes of personal development and group membership of same sex sexual orientation (Evans et. al, 2010). In contrast to other models, this model uses phases versus stages, in order to provide flexibility and to demonstrate that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Literary Criticism Of Rip Van Winkle Rip was ready to attend to anybody s business but his own: but as to doing family duty, and keeping his farm in order, he found it impossible, (Irving 10). Washington Irving is a romantic American writer in the 1800s with works including Rip Van Winkle as a part of the collection of essays and short stories called The Sketchbook. Rip Van Winkle is set in a village near the Kaatskill Mountains during the American Revolution and tells the story of a man who is loved by many in the town but spends his days in idleness. His wife often nags him because Van Winkle does not work for anything in his family. One day, to escape his wife s nagging, Van Winkle walks off into the mountains with his dog, Wolfe. He stumbles upon a group of strange... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although he could be doing so many different things, he chooses to spend his days gossiping and talking about nothing. He wastes his life away instead of doing things valuable to him. Furthermore, Van Winkle lives his life with the smallest amount of trouble possible. Rip Van Winkle, however, was one of those happy mortals, of foolish, well oiled dispositions, who take the world easy, eat white bread or brown, whichever can be got with least thought or trouble, and would rather starve on a penny than work for a pound (Irving 10). Van Winkle does not work for what he wants and lives his life with the bare minimum because he s lazy. Irving presents Van Winkle as lazy. Besides being lazy, Van Winkle is also characterized as irresponsible. Irresponsibility is Van Winkle s attitude towards life and his family. His neglectfulness towards his own family and children is the exact opposite from Van Winkle s helpfulness to the villagers. For instance, Van Winkle was well liked by the children in the village because he plays with them and care for them. However, when it comes to his own children, he neglects them causing them to be as ragged and wild as if they belonged to nobody (Irving 10). Van Winkle does little things for the children in town but leaves his own kids by themselves. He never cares for them and lets them go wild while he plays with the children in the town. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Monteverdi In contemporary music, composers will use bridges to change the tone of a song. When the song needs to change, they will include a small section that stands out from the rest of the piece so it can bring a smooth transition to the rest of the song. Similarly, Claudio Monteverdi became that bridge between the Renaissance and the coming BaroquePeriod. The world was so focused on humanism and darkness throughout the Renaissance, but Monteverdi was born on the edge of darkness, and helped show the path into light. Claudio Monteverdi exemplified the shift in worldview from the Renaissance to the Baroque Period through his music. Monteverdi grew up with many worldly influences that pushed his compositions into the shape society was taking at the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Carlo Gesualdo, a Renaissance composer, used five part harmony and very little accompaniment in his piece Moro Lasso (Sivylla). This emphasized the vocalists by using complexity to add weight to their sound, and the light accompaniment draws it out even further, since there are no instruments to take away from the voices. This somewhat reflects the Renaissance worldview, by putting the emphasis on humans. Years later, when Monteverdi began composing, he used light accompaniment like Gesualdo, often just using a light piano. However, he uses a solitary female voice in both Lasciatemi Morire! and Lamento del la Ninfa (Rules; Pianorules). This lessens the overall weight of the piece, while still putting the emphasis on the vocalist, which then eases listeners into later music, such as Alessandro Scarlatti. Scarlatti used heavier accompaniment in Sento Nel Core to create a fuller sound with a lighter, airier tone to emphasize a single female voice (Kanal). The strings accompanying her accentuate her voice, but they create a melody of their own, drawing some attention to themselves instead of just the woman s voice. Monteverdi showed the decline of overvaluing humans and the incline of using instruments to create full ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Survey Processing Survey Results Coding Survey result data from the Impact Lufkin Veteran Appreciation Dinner was input into a system called Survey Processing Software (SPS). This data was processed to determine how the responses were answered. A sample of the coding can be seen below. The outcome of the survey can be seen in the pie charts below. Concept Map Strengths Veteran community members Local veteran support groups Local family and friends Concerned civilians Dreams Less wait time at VA Easier navigation when calling VA to be directed to needed care Less stigma for seeking help for mental health issues in a rural area Less distance to drive to receive health care Assets and Resources State ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... West and Weeks (2009) states that Veterans in VA care were more likely than other health care consumers to use each major category of service, but less likely to have commercial health insurance, particularly if they were rural residents. West and Weeks (2009) further confirms that nearly all men 65 years or older had Medicare, but few elderly veterans had Medicaid, less often than nonveterans. West and Weeks (2009) continues that among men younger than 65 years, VA users were most likely to have Medicare or Medicaid (due to disability) or to be uninsured; nearly one in five rural VA users was uninsured throughout the year. Urban rural differences in utilization were small and not in agreement, regardless of service category or age group. As a result, the VA provided care to veterans who were sicker and less financially protected than other health care using men, while veterans not in VA care appear to have had even better health and finances than nonveterans. Rural residents, predominantly men younger than 65 years, were at an inconvenience socio economically, with respect to insurance coverage, and in reported ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Informative Essay On Paper Balloon Bombs Balloon bombs were the silent assassins of World War 2. Hitching a ride on a jet stream, these weapons from Japan could float soundlessly across the Pacific Ocean to their marks in North America. One of World War II s best kept secrets was of the Japanese balloon bomb attack. Lacking a practical means to attack the North American continent, the Japanese constructed 9,000 large hydrogen balloons, attached incendiary and anti personnel bombs to them, and set them afloat on the high altitude trade winds towards the United States. The balloons were crafted from mulberry paper, glued together with potato starch paste and filled with hydrogen. They were 33 feet across and could lift approximately 1,000 pounds. The balloons were programmed to... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To date, only about 300 balloons have been reported as sighted or discovered over the years, with no trace of hysteria or forest fires breaking out in the wake of their arrival on American soil. There was one reported deadly incident, though. On May 5, 1945 in Bly, Oregon, five children and a pastor s pregnant wife, Elsie Mitchell, were killed as they played with the large paper balloon, unaware of its explosive contents. In 1950, a memorial for the victims, called the Mitchell Monument, was constructed in Oregon near the site of the bombing. It reads: Only place on the American continent where death resulted from enemy action during World WarII. Between November 1944 and April 1945, the Japanese military launched more than 9,000 of the pilotless weapons in an operation codenamed Fu Go. Ultimately, Fu Go was a military failure. Few balloons reached their targets, and the jet stream winds were only powerful enough in wintertime when snowy and damp conditions in North American forests precluded the ignition of large ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Big Two Hearted River Symbolism On July 21, 1899, Clarence and Grace Hemingway welcome a baby boy named Ernest Miller Hemingway, in a suburb of Chicago, not knowing that their son s writings would make literary history, even causing him win a Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize. The Hemingway family would often spend time in their cabin in northern Michigan, where the setting of the Nick Adams story The Big Two Hearted River would be set. In high school, Hemingway started writingfor his school newspaper, Trapeze and Tabula, usually writing in the sports section. Writing in the sports section of his school newspaper is where he would discover his love for story telling and writing. After high school, Hemingway would continue his writing career, writing for the Kansas City Star.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The writing was very plain, and boring in the eyes of someone not thinking about the meaning behind the story. From an outside prospective, you could just be thinking that this man really likes to write about the woods and nature, this is absolutely meaningless. The writing was very descriptive, placing vivid imagery in your mind. A quote from In Another Country also shows some of the unadorned style. It was warm, standing in front of [the woman s] charcoal fire, and the chestnuts were warm afterward in your pocket. (pg 168). This quote showed very vivid imagery, and, it was very good example of the unadorned style that Hemingway had, because it was pretty useless ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Stereotypes Are Asians Smart A lot of Asians have positive stereotypes for their characteristic and they are being called Asians are smart and later when they are being called smart to often they will be known as Asians are smart because they are Asian Sometimes these kind of stereotyping is interesting but at times it is so offensive and humiliating. The other children calling them they are smart type is sometimes hurtful and its making like competing or something like that. Asian are smart but. When Asian go to a different country the native people of that country thinks that Asian immigrants are taking over the country with their high talents, skills and their excellent performance. There was a Australian professor who saw the performance of the Asian in the college ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Comparing Princess Mononoke And Disney Movies They say: When I first saw Princesses Mononoke at five, I didn t understand any conflict or meaning of the film. Only the scene where the Forest Spirit is finding his head and killing all the living things on earth stayed in my mind. I remember laying in my bed that night after watching the film thinking, This movie is so scary... how nice will it be if this princess is a Disney princess. I have believed for a long time that if Princess Mononoke was produced by Disney, the film will be so much more successful. I say After becoming a young adult and rewatching Princess Mononoke again, my old thought of the film, which was Princess Mononoke being produced by Disney will be more successful, has twisted. The style of Studio Ghibli provided the movie the unique, exciting, and memorable features. To be more specific, the fascinating and well thought storyline was the most outstanding part of the film. How Hayao Miyazaki did not separate good and evil with a clear defined line; illustrated a deeper environmentalist message than Disney films; created an open ending which gives the audiences more space to imagine and contemplate, are all what made the film a big hit during the 1990s. Supporting points: 1. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are no definite evil characters in Princess Mononoke. While Lady Eboshi kills and hunts down the animals in the forest, she also stays loyal to the Iron Town and tries to give the citizens a better quality of life. Additionally, when Nature is fighting the humans back, they themselves got into an internal conflict and lost their unity. This feature makes the film more convincing and relatable to audiences. In real life, people are not always bad or good. Humans reactions depend on different situation. Comparing Princesses Mononoke (1997) to The Jungle Book (1967) by Disney, both of them are telling a story that happened in the woods and the conflict between human and nature, however, The Jungle Book has a clear line between the good and bad ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Theory Among the three counseling theory for this week study, I identified with Solution Focused Brief therapy simply because its method is focused on expand the best parts of a client s life rather than the number of sessions (Henderson Thompson, 2011). Another focus of Solution Focused brief therapy is seeking solutions for clients problems rather than search for explanations about his or her problems or how the problem was developed (Henderson Thompson, 2011). In SFBT people s problem result from behavior based on their view of the world (Henderson Thompson, 2011, p. 317). The solution process does not have to start with a perfect solution for the client s problem, rather the therapist can provide the client with a skeleton key . It is a term, created by Steve de Shazer, the leading figure of SFT, that refers to interventions that work for a variety of problems that fit sufficiently well so that a solution can progress (Goldenberg Goldenberg, 2013).... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are three core questions for SFBT that therapists often asked in the initial stage of counseling: miracle question, exception finding question, and scaling questions (Henderson Thompson, 2011). As a postmodern approach, Solution Focused therapy see clients as the expert in their own experience. Therapists assume that clients have competency to accomplish goals and incorporating solutions (Henderson Thompson, 2011). SFBT does not focus on the details of the presenting complaint. The therapist, instead, offers generic formula task, inferring that the client can change while focus attention in the future where success is achieved (Henderson Thompson, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. John Calvin Essay John Calvin There are many people in history who have made a very big impact on their culture, times, and or religion. John Calvin was by far one of these few great people. He had such a big influence in the time which he lived from 1509 to 1564. John Calvin devoted almost his whole life to the promoting of Protestantism and made such a difference that his impact is still seen today in Christianity. Calvin was born in France and was the second son in his family of five brothers. He grew and then decided to go to the famous University of Paris to study to be a priest. His father then had a conflict with the bishop who employed him so he then turned to the study of law. While he was studying in Paris he... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It did not turn out his way at all. This resulted in anti Protestant protests all over Paris, forcing him to flee for his own safety. He roamed Tramontana 2 from place to place and then ended up in Basle, Switzerland. This is where he started his writing. You see John Calvin was considered a quiet, timid natured man. The kind of man who would never fight in disputes. In his time there he really got to do the things he wanted to accomplish out of life. These were to study and learn about God and his holy word. After this he went to Geneva after getting kicked out for his teachings he got invited back to help turn the city around spiritually. He never held a political office in Geneva but he ruled with strictness and sin was punished. He had laws passed to promote Christian behaviour. Persecuted Protestants fled from all over Europe to reside here. One last thing Calvin is known for is his theology. This is put together in a Calvinism. The ideas of the Calvin doctrine are men are completely unable to save themselves with their own works. Salvation is a matter of God s choosing those who will be saved, and that God chooses without any consideration of a man s good works. If someone is chosen of God, there was no way they could ever reject Christ or fail to endure to the end of their Christian life. Finally, he taught that Jesus died only for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Lady Bracknell The Importance Of Being Earnest In Oscar Wilde s whimsical play The Importance of Being Earnest, society,and class are strong motifs as the play progresses. Most prominently, Lady Bracknell s character is implemented to exaggerate the higher class, depict the ideals of society and effectively expose the other character s status. For instance, Lady Bracknell staunchly believes that one should never waste time sympathizing with invalids like Mr. Bunbury, for he should ...[make] up his mind whether he was going to live or [] die, (1.718); this is exceptionally critical for the seating to be apt at her dinner party. Moreover, while Lady Bracknell holds her nephew, Algernon, in high esteem, her interactions with Jack presents their stark inequality of social status. To expand, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. My Bikini Butt Research My Bikini Butt My Bikini Butt was founded by AndrГ©a Albright, a former obese girl. Currently, more than 300,000 women are being benefited by its message of natural, feasible weight loss, and most of them talk about that stiff, ripped backside, sexy pair of legs, and slim belly which everyone desires. It gives 60 days 100% money back guarantee and if you don t feel that My Bikini Butt is the complete best technique for achieving the ideal bikini butt, just contact AndrГ©a Albright directly and she will right away refund 100% of your money. There will be no problems, and no questions to be asked. The goal of My Bikini Butt is to give you a body that will fill you with poise and satisfaction. Till now a large number of women have by now made their very own changes with The My Bikini Butt System. And these changes are continuous, your body will keep getting better and better, the longer you avail the services. Facts about My Bikini Butt... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This accurate process also considerably decreases cellulite and is created to work in merely 28 days. The simple to apply concepts and techniques taught in the My Bikini Butt system use lifestyle eating strategies co ordinate with specific sequences of body movements and exercises to aid you lsoe weight, increase your energy, and boost your sex appeal. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Visual Learner Self-Assessment Self Assessment and Reflection of a Visual Learner Marcia Weaver COM/516 May 6, 2012 Denise Corso Abstract In this paper, I take the reader through my search and the processes I went through as a visual learner to decide on my choice of instruction, online or traditional. I identify my strengths and highlight how I have used them in this course; uncover my weaknesses, and present strategies on what to adjust to accommodate them. I also analyze the sources of my preconceived notions about online learning, why they came about, how they affected me, how they relate to my learning style, what I have learned from them, and how I plan to move forward using the information gleaned from the analysis. It is my plan to use the discoveries I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Working with faceless people is the biggest adjustment I am making. I enjoy physical human interaction and I do not have that luxury online. I find that the lack of immediate visual feedback often puts me in a state of panic. The faceless set up will not change. Online education is here to stay (Drago amp; Wagner, 2004, para. 5), but I can adjust my mindset. I must look for alternate ways to relate with others; stop looking for visual cues, and remember that I am in an asynchronous learning environment. The next best thing to physical interaction is communicating by telephone or, if possible, video conferencing tools like Skype. In a world that practically operates daily on Instant (IM), text, and Private (PM) Messages, it should be effortless to apply these to my academic life. Feedback will come; I just need to be more patient. Living in a society that has and continues to condition us to instant gratification, it pays to slow down for sanity s sake. Another potential obstacle as a visual learner is difficulty with spoken directions and may be easily distracted by sounds ( What s Your Learning Style? The Results , 2012). I proved this to be true. Video tutorials distract more than teach me. It takes me longer to work through the material because I keep pausing playback. I lose concentration from this repeated pausing, my sight and sound senses get over stimulated, and I get overwhelmed. I cannot avoid the sound distractions; therefore, I must remember to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Essay On Life Of Pi And Willy s American Dream Firstly, in Life of Pi and Death of a Salesman, Pi and Willy respectively search for hope of survival and success that reality does not provide them through the creation of their own imagination. Ironically though Pi is fearful of Richard Parker, he grows to realize that it put him at ease and gives him hope to fight through the various hardships at sea, It is the irony of this story that the one who scared me witless to start with was the very same who brought me peace, purpose. I dare say even wholeness (Martel 179). If the story with the animal is just a creation of Pi s imagination, then the creation of Richard Parker gives Pi purpose to do anything to survive just like a tiger in the woods would do. He gives Pi reason and hope that... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He creates a hope within himself about his son that he will become successful with the qualities he has instills in his son as he thinks that is the truth behind achieving the American Dream. Both Pi and Willy are struggling in life. Pi struggles for survival at sea while Willy struggles to meet his family s needs. Willy creates a false path of reaching the American Dream through one s personality rather than hard work and therefore sees his son, Biff as hope because he knows that his son has the character traits to achieve the American Dream. However, Pi creates Richard Parker as it gives him a sense of the will to live that allows him to battle through whatever he faces because of the strength he feels with it. Pi is appreciative of Richard Parker because without him Pi admits that he would not be able to survive the two hundred and twenty seven days at sea, I am grateful. It s the plain truth: without Richard Parker, I wouldn t be alive today to tell you my story (Martel 182). The author builds the theme of imagination versus reality as Pi creates Richard Parker and claims him to be the greatest reason for his survival during his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Significance of the Gunpowder Plot for Catholics... WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GUNPOWDER PLOT FOR CATHOLICS 1605 THROUGH TO 1620? This essay will discuss the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 when a group of catholic noblemen plotted to blow up the English House of Parliament; the target of the plot was King James VI of Scotland and I of England. This essay will focus on how the event impacted Catholics and their treatment in society and law after the event. Primary sources including letters, Parliamentary documents and their insight into how the event impacted Catholics in the years after the event will be used to provide evidence and Secondary sources to provide different historians views on the treatment of Catholics. The gunpowder plot had a significant effect on the catholic community ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... From 1678 to 1681 the idea of The Popish Plot took over conversation and became an obsession in the country. The Plot, which this time was entirely fictional, was created to scare the country into believing that Catholics where conspiring to dethrone Charles II like they had done in 1605 with the gunpowder plot. The cartoon shows parliament under one archway in session and Guy Fawkes in the other with the gunpowder to blow up parliament. This false plot was designed to create fear amongst the protestant community, it replicates the gunpowder plot of 1605, this print and the idea of a second plot increased the division in society for Catholics, a significant impact on the treatment of Catholics after the plot as even 80 years later the puritans still printed propaganda, the cartoon also implies the shunning off know Catholics in society. This occurrence was one of many replications of the plot, causing severe repercussions for Catholics. Social division after the plot included Catholics going against each other; those connected with the plot where at times out casted by other Catholics, this increasing divide in community and at times affected the sentencing of other Catholics who were included in the plot or in few cases only knowing the conspirators. Social figures such as Anne Vaux who supported conspirators like the Jesuit priest Father Henry Garnet, Jesuits being an order of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Analysis Of The BookO Pioneers, By Willa Cather A woman running a farm was a taboo topic in the late 19th century. She was met with sexism and resentment from her peers. In O Pioneers!, the narrator, Alexandra Bergson, shares the same perseverance and feminist perspective as the author Willa Cather does; in addition, the novel reflects the hardships and strengths faced by American pioneers in the 1890 s. Cather was inspired by the vast possibility of the land that she grew up in, and incorporated that important aspect of her life into the novel. Professor Amy Ahearn elaborated that Cather put the shaggy grass country at the center of the novel, and allowed the form of the land to provide the structure of the book (Ahearn). Her precious childhood hometown was the basis of the setting of her novel. Alexandra s parents similarly immigrated to Nebraska from Norway, and ran a large and successful farm. As her father was dying, he gave her the responsibility to run the farm in his place, as she was the one best suited for the task, surpassing her brothers. Further, journalist Amy Ahearn describes that Alexandra had lost her gaiety and her femininity as she domesticated and enlarged the property (Ahearn). As she ran the farm, she consequently had various aspects of her persona changed. As a result of her hard work to change and run the farm, Alexandra herself changes from a quiet lady to a prudent tomboy. She was faced with a responsibility she felt obligated to carry out, because she wanted to make her father proud ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. What Are Personal Afflictions That Affect The Elderly Afflictions that affect the elderly often impair the memory, which can make it difficult to maintain consistency with personal affairs. Elderly people who don t have a good support system from family and friends can end up behind on payments, miscalculate their finances, and forget to schedule appointments. This leads to a lot of stress, especially if the person has severe memory issues but refuses to live in a place that could provide consistent care. For people who aren t ready to relinquish their freedom and privacy, there are agencies that specialise in assisting with elderly personal affairs. The individuals who work for these agencies go through special background checks so that clients can feel safe and secure sharing private information. It s the perfect solution for older people who need help with personal finances and don t have any family or friends to help. Oversee Monthly Finances It would be great if people got to a certain age and then no longer had to pay any bills. However, this isn t the case and you will need to make sure that you pay all of your bills on time if you don t want to default. A professional who handles elderly personal affairs can sit with you and go over your financial information. You can allow this person to write out your cheques for the month, mail... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Whether you need transportation or just want someone to hang out with you for a little while, your professional caregiver can take you shopping for food, clothes, gifts, or anything else you need. Your personal needs are unique, and a professional who focuses on elderly personal affairs will take into consideration your unique situation when helping you. Don t let memory loss, illness, or other afflictions keep you from managing your everyday affairs. Let a professional caregiver help you keep your affairs in order and never worry that you ll miss a bill payment or forget an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Development Of Walmart. The Development of Walmart Tracy Johnson Nicholas Chabra Cooperate Responsibility and Society January 27, 2016 Introduction This paper concerning Walmart will give a brief history and development story of the retail outlet. The research will also feature the gender discrimination claims that have been made against the retail outlet store. The history and development of Walmart Walmart s first store was opened up in Rogers, Arkansas in 1962 by Sam Walton. Walton had owned a retail store in the previous store and decided to utilize a unique concept to achieve high sales and rise above his competitors in the town and industry. Walton reduced the prices of his products so that they were lower to those that were being offered by the competitors. By 2007, Walmart had over 3,400 retail outlets throughout the country. The store also had 1.3 million employees and had facilitated about 6.49 % of the country s sales in retail. Walmart deals in the sale of apparel, music, groceries and some household products. In 2005, Walmart s end of year profits had exceeded those of other retail stores combined such as Target, Costco, Home Depo, and Sears Holding Company. Walmart has retail store interests in Brazil, China, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Argentina, and Brazil. The retail store sold the stores that it had in Japan and Germany. Wal Mart also operates Sam s Club, which is a membership store that started operations in 1983. As of 2014, Sam s Club had sales that exceeded those of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Progression Of Abstract Algebra Math 559 IDEALS IN RINGS by Naira Arakelyan 1. Introduction The progression of abstract algebra has come to be due to problems which were deemed to be unsolvable through classical methods, as well as discoveries from past mathematicians. Firstly, these problems had been associated with the theory of algebraic equations by the closing of the 19th century. Significant topics of abstract algebra would consist of Diophantine equations, as well as arithmetical investigations of higher and quadratic degree forms which had contributed to the concept of notions of a ring and ideal. It is important to know that a ring is generally the setting in which integer arithmetic is generalized, hence it being a stepping stone for the advancement of commutative ring theory. It is also important to know that ring theory can be used to comprehend the fundamental laws of physics, including basic special relativity as well as symmetry phenomena in molecular chemistry. The attempts created to solve Fermat s Last Theorem also advanced the path for generalizing integer arithmetic, and developed the concept of a ring. In Fermat s Last Theorem, it is stated: The equation xn+ yn= zn has no solution for positive integers, x, y, z when n 2. Fermat wrote I have discovered a truly remarkable proof which this margin is too small to contain. (Diophantus s Arithmetica) One attempt to prove Fermat s Last Theorem had been in the year 1753, when Euler had brought forward a novel set of integers which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Butler s Gender Trouble We tend to think of power as laws and the act of regulating behavior. In Butler s Gender Trouble she talks about how power not only regulates but also forms who we are as individuals. For Foucault power comes from knowledge which he discusses in The History of Sexuality. Foucault discusses the concept of biopolitics, which links biological processes, such as the reproductive process which can be be controlled via birth control, to economic or political power, for example when the government controls what kind of birth control is legal and acceptable and economically they make millions of dollars on the birth control pill and condoms. Similar to biopolitics is the concept of bio power, ...it put into operation an entire machinery for producing true discourses concerning it. Not only did... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Foucault states that this power comes from discourse of a subject. In The History of Sexuality he focuses on the myth that sexual repression occurred during the Victorian era. He argues that in fact sex was turned into discourse due to the occurrence of the confessional that took place in the Catholic church. At this time the catholic churches made sex and sexual desires sinful and something that needed to be told in confession in order for the individual to repent. Due to the need to confess people were forced to think about their desires and after confessing the priest s judgement and language that was used turned the individual desires into discourse. This time in history was the way to sexuality becoming controlled. The information that was gained gave power to the priests to make these individuals repent and feel sinful for having these desires. This phenomenon is not only seen in the case of sex and sexual desires but in anything where individuals start to talk and where professionals take advantage of the information and feed on the need to control how individuals see ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Analyzing The Poem My Papa s Waltz My Papa s Waltz In this poem, the poet portrays the memory of his father negatively. The father is dominating and over controlling his son into dancing the waltz, much to his discomfort. He states such waltzing was not easy (4) but I hung on like death: (3). The speaker is a child subjected to oppression by his father. The poem reveals to the reader of an oppressive father who has to operate his way regardless of his son s feelings. Normally, waltzis not difficult dance but the poet reveals that the father makes it difficult for the son. He notes that his father waltzed him off to bed while he still clinging to his shirt (17 18). The main conflict expressed in this poem is that of a father who is possessed by dancing the waltz, to an extent that he forces his child into it with no regards to how he feels about it. The poem also portrays a motherwho could not intervene My mother s countenance, Could not unfrown itself (7 8). One word, which I do not understand the context at which it is used, is romped . The speaker put his comfort at... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The poet notes Then waltzed me off to bed suggesting that family was almost retreating to bed. The poem has numerous shifts. The first stanza portrays a child who is afraid of his father The whiskey on your breath, Could make a small boy dizzy (1 2) which shifts into a friendly tone as the family romped until the utensils fell. The third and fourth stanzas also shift as the poet describes the mishandling he underwent from his father until he slept. This creates mixed shifts and emotions across the poem. The poet uses imagery to describe the experience he was undergoing with his father, eliciting the feeling of sympathy from leader. He states But I hung on like death (3), and My right ear scraped a buckle (14) to portrays how he could not escape the oppression of his father. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Tools of Evolutionary Biology Summary TOOLS OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY SUMMARY Research Paper Citation : JOHNSON, J. C., MILES, L. S., TRUBL, P. J. HAGENMAIER, A. 2014. Maternal effects on egg investment and offspring performance in black widow spiders. Animal Behaviour, 91, 67 73. Q.1 The study addressed questions like what effects maternal foraging success would have on maternal body condition, fecundity, egg investment and whether an abundance in prey for the mother would have positive effects on offspring traits like shapes maternal body condition, fecundity and egg investment, and that maternal prey abundance has a positive, cross generational effect on a number of important offspring traits, for example, sibling cannibalism in black widow spiders. Q.2 The findings of this study include the knowledge that maternal foraging success is indeed responsible for better maternal body condition, egg sac mass, egg number, mass, size and density rate. Some exceptions were also observed where the mothers given the high nutrition treatment made low density eggs and some given low nutrition treatment made high density eggs, showing that these characters are also influenced by genetic traits of the individual. Sibling cannibalism is also seen shown to be fitness related, genetically effected trait. Q.3 The experiment consisted of manipulating the food intake of black widow spider mothers, a high nutrition and a low nutrition diet were used. Eighteen penultimate stage juvenile black widow spiders were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Assumption And Implication Of Good Faith Play Introduction When one party receives a check and transfers it, is the transferee a holder in due course? The response to this question is it depends on the facts and circumstances. The assumption and implication of good faith play a role in determining a holder in due course. In our case, one party is attempting to take advantage of the other through fraud and deceit. This paper explores who is a holder in due course, the influence of fraud and deceit, the role of the stop payment, and who is responsible when a situation goes wrong. Material Facts I agree with the court s decision because of fraud, deception, and a lack of holder in due course status. Here are the material facts of the case. John G. Talcott, Jr., is a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The same day, Talcott sent a $5,700 check. He assumed that Rivera knew that he had stopped payment on the $10,000 check. Several years prior to this transaction, Guarino established check cashing privileges at Any Kind Checks Cashed, Inc. using their required documentation. Guarino took possession of the $10,000 check on January 11 and took it to Any Kind s Stuart, Florida to cash the check. Standard operating procedure at Any Kind requires supervisor approval of any check over $2,000. After checking Guarino s driver s license, and asking the purpose of the check supervisor Nancy Michael determined the check was valid. A Federal Express envelope validated this decision, despite an inability to contact Talcott. After deducting a five percent check cashing fee, Guarino received a $9,500 check. Six days later, Guarino returned to the same Any Kind location, presented a $5,700 check to the teller using the same proof as before, and required supervisor approval again. The teller spoke to Michael regarding the check, and she instructed the teller not to cash the check until she reached Talcott and received approval. Talcott approved the $5,700 check, but Any Kind did not mention the $10,000 check from the previous day. Any Kind cashed the second check after deducting a 3% fee. On January 19, Rivera called Talcott and told him what transpired with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Death Of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia set off shockwaves throughout a polarized Washington D.C. Senate Republicans wasted little time stating that any nominee from President Obama would not even get a hearing. Claiming that the people of the United States should have a voice in this process. Or in other words We are stalling and hoping that we win the White House in November . While it is only one seat, that one seat could drastically change the course of American history. The Supreme Court consists of a Chief Justice and eight associate justices. The Chief Justice is John G. Roberts and the associate justices are Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Stephen Breyer and Anthony... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is what many Republican Senators believed President Obama would do. Senator Orrin Hatch from Utah stated this appointment is about the election. So I m pretty sure he ll name someone the [liberal Democratic base] wants However, to the shock of many Obama did quite the opposite. On March 16, President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to take Associate Justice Scalia s seat. The Chicago native graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and worked as a federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice. He played the lead role in the investigation and prosecution of the Oklahoma City bombers. Mr. Garland is not as conservative as former Associate Justice Scalia, he is more of a moderate. Also Mr. Scalia was well known for his argumentative style. This was illustrated quite clearly in his frequent and angry dissents of his colleague s majority opinion. Conversely Mr. Garland works to unite and mold opinions to be unanimous. In his nineteen years on the United States Court of Appeals, he has only penned sixteen dissents. A former law clerk for Mr. Garland stated From an early point in his tenure in the D.C. Circuit, Judge Garland has demonstrated an uncommon ability to identify common ground among his fellow judges, that he manages to do so without in any way sacrificing his core judicial principles is truly remarkable Another name on the short list was Sri Srinivasan, who many believed Mr. Obama was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. How Britons Take The Bus How Britons take the bus Napier Matriculation Number: 40182705 Introduction This ethnographic research proposal deals with how British people have a particular way to take the bus. I will focus on buses in Edinburgh and I will explore how those rules are not easy to determine. They can be thus qualified as unwritten. I will eventually explore the fact that taking the buses can even been seen as a mix of all British rules and can even help to define Britishness. 1.1Theoretical Framework At first, one can wonder how different taking the bus is in the UK compared to other countries. It can be seen as a normalised process which is everywhere the same. However some things are different. Firstly queuing which has been ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I had to take the bus for two hours per day to go my high school and I saw the bus as a way to make a break between the school and my homework. 2.Main Aims and Research Questions This research proposal aims to analyse and understand the British behaviours in public places and to characterise what is Britishness . The data is taken in buses round Edinburgh and at bus stops in the Scottish capital. How can we qualify the British behaviours in public places? How can Britishness can be seen and analysed in everyday life? In what ways transports can be seen as a mean which condense all the unwritten rules existing in Great Britain? 3. Why is this interesting I find this topic really fascinating as this leads to condense all British rules about politeness, queuing, and general behaviour. Being arrived in September in Edinburgh, I have had some difficulties to fully adjust to the British bus system. Having taken nearly only the bus in Edinburgh as I chose to not bring my car here in Scotland, I feel my insider knowledge will be real advantage to interpret data. I m now of course fully acquainted with the bus system and I ve even seen myself helping people and giving directions many times, even to local people! I found this subject particularly interesting as it can seem as a very simple topic. Taking the bus is something we do every day and even most of the time several times a day, this is especially true for students. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Process Of Decision Making For A Solution Essay thought processes. There are many kinds of factors which can destroy promising innovation processes, and only by understanding the reasons for their existence and their nature change management can respond to them. Many kinds of factors kill promising change processes, and only by understanding the reasons for their existence and their nature, and innovation managementcan respond to them. Brainstorming and case method are the primary technique used which favours combining in the process of decision making for a solution. Now the topic to be work on were defined by common and particular elements of the problems which result in elaborative scope statement of different aspects (San Juan, 2015). Final Overview and Assimilation Bottleneck Designing Process Industry wants a high value of the product and to access that, the industry needs a proper seller to promote and preview all the points in various stages of manufacturing (Inukai, Hibino, and Fukuda, 2006). The product design is one of the necessary steps to manufacturing processes because it takes critical approaches to test and complete the processes, needed in the long run. This article talks about Bottleneck Management, which describes the functionality of an organization. This process of management as essential for product design and engineering process. It takes into its brackets the little elements of manufacturing processes (Johannes et. al, 2014). The product design is one of the necessary steps to manufacturing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Mp3 Research Papers What is the hottest buzzword around the Internet today? What topic has replaced sex as the most searched for term on the web? The answer to both of these questions is MP3 audio. MP3 stands for MPEG 1 Layer 3 Audio, which is a digital audio compression format developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group. It takes a CD audio file and gets rid of all the frequencies on the song that can t be heard by the human ear, thus ridding the data file of much wasted space. With compression, the files turn out to be around four times smaller than the original with the same, near CD quality audio. While MP3 may technically be the name of the compression format, it has become synonymous with the music files ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, there are many bands that release their music online for publicity, which is completely legal. The only time it is illegal is when the audio file is that of a copyrighted music track used without the artist s permission. To an up and coming band, MP3s and MP3 websites are a godsend. These bands can record a CD at any recording studio, then rip that is, take an audio CD track and turn it into an MP3 the tracks and put them on their website for anyone to download. The band could also put their songs on a large, well known website such as mp3.com which specializes in the distribution of legal MP3 audio files. By doing this, the band is allowing their music to be heard easily, quickly, and inexpensively all over the world. For music lovers around the globe, MP3s allow easy access to new music. They can easily get on the Internet and find out about new bands and their music. They can also find songs by their favorite bands that had been previously been unreleased or bootlegs from concerts. When the MP3 standard was first developed, it was solely used on computers. One could download the music, but then be stuck listening to it only there. Then Diamond, a well known manufacturer of computer multimedia devices, invented the Rio. The Rio was a small MP3 player much like a Walkman. The device connected to a computer and the MP3s were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Summary Of The Hound Of The Baskervilles Summary: On December 26th, 2015, my mother and I went to go see the show, Baskerville, by Ken Ludwig, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre in Philadelphia. The play was a different and clever take on the mystery novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The play the book tell the story about an attempted murder of a man called Sir Henry Baskerville, who has just inherited his uncle, Sir Charles Baskerville s estate. There is some suspicion surrounding Sir Charles death. It is said that he died of a heart attack, but his friend who found him dead, Dr. James Mortimer, noticed an expression of fear on his face and the prints of gigantic hound nearby. So the doctor brings the case to Mr. Holmes and it begins. The venue of the show was the Suzanne Roberts Theatre in Philadelphia. It was a very sleek and modern looking place. It was smaller than I imagined outside and inside of the theatre. The stage was a perfect square black box type stage, completely surrounded by lights. The show was done by the Philadelphia Theatre Company, and the show was written by American playwright Ken Ludwig. The contemporary drama show premiered at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC on January 16th, 2015. Ludwig s interpretation of the story was very clever and funny. It was close to being farcical, but the actual premise of the show kept it from reaching that point. There were two things that made the play stand out. When I looked at the cast list before I went to see the show I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Brand Personality And Infosys Brand Personality Brand personality is the way a brand speaks and behaves. It means assigning human personality traits/characteristics to a brand so as to achieve differentiation. These characteristics signify brand behaviour through both individuals representing the brand (i.e. it s employees) as well as through advertising, packaging, etc. When brand image or brand identity is expressed in terms of human traits, it is called brand personality. For instance Allen Solley brand speaks the personality and makes the individual who wears it stand apart from the crowd. Infosys represents uniqueness, value, and intellectualism. Brand personality is nothing but personification of brand. A brand is expressed either as a personality who embodies these personality traits (For instance Shahrukh Khan and Airtel, John Abraham and Castrol) or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a result, retail branding as a key differential competitive component of retail marketing strategy, has received significant attention in the retail literature (Kent, 2003;Ailawadi and Keller, 2004; Burt and Davies, 2010). Traditionally, branding within the field of retailing has been closely associated with private label brand produced by retailers (Burt and Davies, 2010), which enabled operating advantage for these firms in the form of superior profit margins, economies of scale, market segmentation and differentiation. Here, the products and services offered to define the retail brand, act as the core differentiator between the firm and competitors. As the role of private label brand development has become more strategically important, there has been increasing focus on mental models of the retail brand ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Competitive Forces Of The Motorcycle Industry Part I External Analysis When identifying and analyzing the major driving forces for change in the external environment of the motorcycle industry one must look, and identify these forces; they are the economy, national environmental forces, social, cultural, demographic forces, governmental, political forces, legal forces, and the competitive forces. The three statics of Harley Davidsons is; revenue, growth rate, and number of units that are sold. The manufacturer of the United States heavyweight motorcycledivision has obtained, arrested, and achieved approximately fifty four percent of the broad United States motorcycle exchange. Harley Davidson has fifty two percent share of the broad motorcycle exchange in which IBISWorld INC. has estimated that it will generate six point nine billion dollars in revenue this year, (Forbes, (2014). The Harley Davidson company has sold two hundred and twenty three thousand twenty three units, and showed a thirty nine percent pricing growth. In two thousand ten it sold two hundred and twenty six thousand units, and the improvement was two to two point five percent, since two thousand six to twenty ten even though sales for the CAGR were falling, in two thousand six to two thousand ten there was still a growth of sixteen point seven percent, (Forbes, (2014). The Porters Five Forces Model shows the strategic analysis of internal rivalry as a low to moderate strategic understanding. The treats of alternate commodity is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. APA Code Of Ethics Ethics Ethics are norms of conduct. In terms of research, ethics are a set of rules that tell researchers what they should and shouldn t do. They exist because researchers might not be objective on whether a study might harm participants, among other things (McBride, 2010). Nuremberg Code When the second world war ended, the Nuremberg Code was developed. This code, which was created after the horrible experiments done by Nazis came to light, stated that researchers had to follow ten rules (Schuler, 1982). 1. Voluntary consent for participation in an experiment is required. 2. The research should yield fruitful results for the good of society. 3. The results should justify the methods of the study. 4. Researchers must avoid causing unnecessary ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As mentioned before, researcher have to accurately report results. In addition, the concept of plagiarism is a critical factor in psychological research. Everything has to be given proper citation, from quotes to tables used. Violating the ethical guidelines Not adhering to the guidelines can have serious consequences. For example, Woo Suk Hwang falsely stated that he had been able to clone human stem cells (Bhattacharya, 2006). He now faces criminal charges in South Korea and has permantly damaged his career (McBride, 2010). Feel free to leave a comment, questions, concerns, or suggestions. References American Pyschological Association. (n.d.) Research with animals in psychology. Retrieved from www.apa.org/science/animal2.html American Psychological Association. (n.d.) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct. Retrieved December 7, 2015, from http://www.apa.org/ethics/code/ Bhattacharya, S. (2006). Hwang faked all research on human stem cells. New Scientist, 10. Retrieved from www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn8557 McBride, D. (2010). The process of research in psychology. Los Angeles: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Symbolism In George Orwell s 1984 Lily Freeland Miss Finstuen AP English Literature 29 May 2018 Symbolism of Freedom and Control In his dystopian novel, 1984, George Orwell creates a state of terror and secrecy. Eliminating the human right of freedom through expression of emotion, Orwell presents a somber and isolating world that triggers rebellion against the Party by protagonist, Winston Smith. By use of symbolism in the novel, Winston strives for freedom in the prison of his society. In the novel, privacy does not exist. The telescreens scattered in abundance across the state serve as a reminder of the power the Party has over its citizens. Extremely oppressive in nature, the Party seeks to control its people by use of constant monitorization. In view of the telescreens,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The freedom of his diary relates to the thrush bird mentioned in the novel. Similar to the symbolic meaning of the diary, the singing bird serves as a symbol for Winston s search for freedom by trying to understand it. In this way, the thrush is symbolic of emotion. With Julia and WInston away from their oppressive society, Orwell acknowledges the freedom of the bird in comparison to their confinement, describing, It was in the sun, they in the shade (...). The thrush is free to live life as it chooses, enlightened in the sun (...) whereas Winston and Julia must live in accordance to what the Party, their society, tells them. The two notice the thrush s unfettered singing, and Orwell brings into question, For whom, for what, was that bird singing? No mate, no rival was watching it. What made it sit at the edge of the lonely wood and pour its music into nothingness? (...). This suggests that the bird is singing simply for the enjoyment of it, or the emotion of it. The thrush thus has no social obligations or societal expectations that are causing it to sing. The bird is free. This stands out to Winston and triggers a spark of emotion in him. Human emotion has been eradicated from society by the Party as it is a means of freedom and expression, thus marking it a threat to the Party. Winston recognizes the bird s freedom and embraces it. Orwell explains this, saying, It was as though it were a kind of liquid stuff that poured all over him and got mixed up with the sunlight that filtered through the leaves. He stopped thinking and merely felt (...). Winston experiences a freedom in himself as he is able to feel emotion. In this way, he may finally feel sexual desire for Julia. The strength of raw human emotion in the form of sexual desire gives Winston a deeper understanding of freedom as well as a heightened sense of personal freedom overall. Such emotion, symbolized by the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Access To Justice With the demise of the apartheid in 1994 and the implementation of the Constitution in 1996, it brought with it the concept of access to justice for all citizens of South Africa. The notion itself has developed and evolved beyond the preconceived idea of access to courts but encompasses one s access to legal and state services, social, economic and environmental justiceas well. Although Section 34 of the Constitution provides that anyone with a dispute may seek justice by bringing the dispute to court with Section 35, from which Legal Aid South Africaderived its mandate, enforcing that those arrested, detained or accused has the right to a fair trial which includes the right to have a legal practitioner assigned by the State and at the expense of the State, justice is tied directly to political and economic position, power and wealth. Thus, for many South African people, poor and or working class, access to justice is an occasional ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In this sense, emphasis was placed on the rehabilitation of first time offenders by making use of the NICRO program. Moreover, the notion of access to justice went as far as access to education for those unaware of their legal rights and duties. When the question of the quality of Legal Aid attorneys was raised, the Justice commented that private attorneys are often unprepared as they do not consult their clients. Or they make use of stall tactics to increase their service fees. Another issue raised was the ignorance of one s rights being as a contributor to the lack of access to justice for many people. It is understood that people do not seek redress on account of being unaware of their rights provided in the Bill of Rights. Conversely, multiple offenders who are more acquainted with the law, find loopholes when committing their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Are Children Inherently Fascist Essay Are Kids Inherently Fascist? In the article Why kids love fascist cartoons like Paw Patrol and Thomas author Elissa Strauss argues that children are inherently drawn to television shows that portray underlying fascist themes that ultimately uphold a mostly white, patriarchal dominant system. Strauss uses two television shows in particular to argue her case, Paw Patrol and Thomas the Tank Engine where the former follows search and rescue dogs who go out on missions to protect their community while the latter is a television series following anthropomorphised locomotives who go on adventures. Overall, Elissa Strauss article Why kids love fascist cartoons like Paw Patrol and Thomas starts out with a thought provoking argument using mostly ethos and pathos, while including some logos, about why parents should be worried their kids are being exposed to fascist themes, but her argument dwindles after she relies heavily on anecdotal evidence, with little of her own commentary, about the effect these television shows have on society and their systemic institutions. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Strauss, parents look for a world in which identities are both mutable and equal, and imagination and empathy reign supreme, while children are drawn to worlds in which identities are fixed, order trumps imagination and transgressions are met with routine punishment. Here we can see Strauss using pathos to evoke a battle between good and evil, using positive, idealist descriptions to describe the wants of the parents in comparison to the cold, mechanical descriptions to describe the wants of the children. This is the point in the article where Strauss introduces her two targets, one which can easily be identified as cold and mechanical, while the other takes some deep ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Incredible Mind of Sir Isaac Newton Isaac Newton was an instrumental figure to the rise of modern science. Through his incredible mind, he was able to usher in a new age of science that revolved around logic and reason. He had redefined natural philosophy at the time and had enlightened the world with his mechanistic world view. However, Newton was not exactly as dedicated to logic and reason as many would like to think. Newton not only spent a significant amount of his time in the occult sciences such as alchemy, but was a deeply religious individual as well. Often times, many think of Newton as being one who pushed away religious faith as a means to uncovering the natural world by solely depending on the empirical science, however that is incorrect. Newton was very much influenced by his religious beliefs. In my paper, I aim to bring Newton s religiosity to light and uncover how it not only influenced his work in the natural science but how it led him to great research in alchemy as well. I will also focus on why Newton did not bring out his religious inclinations during his time which would forever change his portrayal in the modern world. In order to answer my first point of how religioninfluenced Newton s works, I will be relying heavily on Charles Webster s From Paracelsus to Newton: Magic and the Making of Modern Science and Richard Westfall s Science and Religion in Seventeenth Century England. I will also be looking at some scholarly articles such as William Austin s Newton on Religion and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Theme Of Betrayal In The Great Gatsby The worst part of a betrayal is that it usually comes from a friend rather than an enemy. In Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison, Milkman goes on an adventure to find the roots of his family history. While on his quest, Milkman learns and experiences betrayal from his long time friend, Guitar, who misunderstands Milkman s objective. In The Great Gatsbyby F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby undergoes a series of betrayals from Daisy throughout his life. Gatsby s love for Daisy blinds him from her acts of betrayal, which eventually leads Gatsby to his death. In Song of Solomon, the relationship between Milkman and Guitar deteriorates due to Guitar s excessive desire for money and revenge. This is paralleled in The Great Gatsby where Daisy use Gatsby s love and wealth to seek revenge on Tom. In the Song of Solomon, Guitars betrayal to Milkman is caused due to his desire to fulfill his Seven Day s Objective. As Milkman goes on his quest to find more information about his family history, he encounters Guitar several times. Guitar thinks that Milkman took the gold for himself rather than sharing it. Guitar is in need of the money so he would be able to purchase explosives for his mission of vengeance. His hunger for money has led him to go to the extent of killing Milkman. When Milkman goes hunting, Guitar chokes Milkman with a wire while he is alone in the woods, but manages to survive. His need for money is reinforced because of what he believes to be Milkman s betrayal towards him. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Internal Conflict Of William Shakespeare s Macbeth Internal conflict is represented throughout Macbeth following his descent from hero to decapitated tyrant. In Act I.vii Macbeth is debating with himself whether to kill the king or not which reveals internal conflict between his virtue and his hamartia, ambition. He says, that we but teach bloody instructions, which being taught, return to plague the inventor , this shows Macbethfocusing on the practicalities of killing Duncan rather than the ethics or moralityof it, he is more worried of the possibility it could lead to his own murder, this portrays a moment of clarity that foreshadows his own fate.The phrase teach bloody instructions is vocabulary of war and revenge which gives a hint of a soldier s mindset. He later goes to say i am his kinsman and his subject, strong both against the deed; then, as his host, who should against his murderer shut the door, not bear the knife myself. , structurally he has now moved on to the ethics and morality of the murder, he knows it s wrong showing he still has a moral compass however the morality was a later thought showing that his morals have been mixed up and shows a hint of a psychotic mind. He then leaves us with the line I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition, which o erleaps itself and falls on the other , this conveys self awareness, he knows his major flaw is his ambition, the word vaulting suggests his ambition is so strong that it jumps out of him and drives him into situations ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Fahrenheit 451 Beatty Quotes In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury makes use of external works in the form of quotes. These quotes often expand upon the plot and improve the story. One of the most important quotes in the book is said by a woman who refuses to leave her home while her books are being burned. She recites a line from History of the British Empire (1870) Play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God s grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out. This was originally said by Hugh Latimer while he was being burned at the stake for heresy. Because reading and owning books is against the law, her actions can be compared to heresy, and her fate is the same as Latimer. Her death sparks a curiosity in Montag, making him wonder what... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Montag compares Mildred s friends to plaster saints he saw in a church when he was young, because they were silent and he did not understand them. Montag goes to meet Faber, and he brings a copy of the Bible. When he begins his journey to meet Beatty Faber reads him the book of Job to comfort him. The biggest quote from the Bible is said by Montag at the end of the book. He is contemplating what to share with his new acquaintances, when he remembers the verse Revelations 22:2 And on the other side of the river was there a tree of life...and the leaves of the tree were the healing of the nations (Page 158). This verse implies a renewal or a cycle, in which hope is given after a disaster. Bombs destroyed the city, but now the leaves (perhaps books, or knowledge) will heal the survivors. The Bible is timeless, so by including quotes and references in the novel, Bradbury implies that the power of books is also timeless. After meeting with Faber, Montag makes his way to the firehouse, but first stops at his home. He finds Mildred and her friends, and becomes unraveled when interacting with them. Montag balks at their ignorance and nonchalance, so he recites a poem that he hopes they ll react to. Dover Beach is a poem by Matthew Arnold, written in 1867. In the poem he laments the values that were lost in his society. Montag angrily reads it to the women, and they become visibly upset, one of them even crying. The poem forces ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Improving Informed Consent My research question is how to improve the informed consent process in the most effective method? Improve it so that the patient s comprehension of information conveyed in that process is higher This question might seem very simple yet the answer is far from simple. In the first article Improving understanding in the research informed consent process: A systematic review of 54 interventions tested in randomized control trials it goes in depth on the different intervention designed to improve the informed consent process for patients and which of these interventions yielded the best results. The researcher s purpose was to analyze previously tested interventions to find out which increased the level of understanding for patients when it... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I could say the second article strengthen the findings of the first by demonstrating the finding in a controlled study that has been proven to be effective. In addition, each of these studies shares a similar message, but the method in which they go about demonstrating that message is very different. The first uses a collection of previously testes interventions to analyze and conclude the common findings of these interventions. Well the second research article is a study whose purpose wasn t to demonstrate an effective improvement, but test a hypothesis to the level of consent people of different races, ethnicities and genders give toward the use of their genetic sample. In a way it was indirectly using the method that research article one state was best practices of informed consent (Pg. 5). The article main agreement is in the method they used to get the highest level of consent from the patients. They disagree in that articles have different objective and they claim different result were the reason behind their findings. Article two includes trust as being a contributing factor to their result, while article to claim that the enhanced consent forms are the main contributes to getting high levels of consent. The article seems to mismatch in that the participant they used are very different. The first article used data with no clue to who the participants were and the second article uses participants with a drug history, which makes their data very unreliable when compared to another study of healthy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Oxfam Refugee Simulation Adriana Ramirez Extra Credit Refugee Simulation Being a part of OXFAM s refugee simulation in April was thought provoking for me because being a refugee for many people in different parts of the world is an actual reality. In places such as Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and others, millions of people are forced to flee from their homes with many obstacles on the way, such as leaving family behind and not having sufficient resources like food and clothes. At the start of the simulation, I was informed that I was a refugee and I was paired up with other students who would be my family members. Throughout the process, we were given a list of supplies and had to choose a few that we wanted to receive. We would slowly get our supplies taken away from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. What Are The Causes Of Street Children 2.2.3 Social Causes Every phenomenon of social system exists or developed with various perspectives, in this way street children phenomenon has its own social perspective in urban areas of Ethiopia. Most of the population of the street children in urban areas comes from rural areas. Poverty, broken families and lack of healthy interaction between parents and children are main causes for children to move towards urban areas or to start life as street children. Children move from rural areas towards cities bring with them a different perspective and life style. Therefore, social perspective in the street children phenomenon is different from street children having urban and rural background. In the urban cities mostly nuclear family system is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is clear that, a child who lives in an abusive family will be influenced by another child who is already living on the street after leaving his/her violent family. The FSCE (2003) names the peer pressure as one of the underlying factors leading to children living on the streets in Ethiopia most street children choose to go and live on the street as their friends do because they think that this could lead to a better life. 2.3 Challenges Experienced by Street Children Street children like any other children, need certain resources to meet their physical and emotional needs, needs be protected , to be taught how to live in society, to be educated and to have vocational training as stated in the UNCRC (1989:24). However, street children are often victims of every conceivable physical and moral danger and as they grow older, they often become a danger to others. After such insecure childhoods, most street children are condemned to spend their lives excluded from mainstream society (Schmidt 2003:27). Street children face untold hardships and dangers on the streets and their living conditions on the roads and public squares of cities all over the world in the eyes of the public, are extremely ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. The Mystery Of Jack The Ripper Nobody could ever put a face to the so known, Jack the Ripper . Beginning in 1891 and finally evolving in 1891, ten murders took place in the area of London known as the East End. They weren t randomly chosen either they all were street prostitutes. As well as a case that they were trying to correlate the same murderer with, so it was included in the file. The Pinchin Street torso , but it had no association with the other murders. In this case they had discovered a female torso which had been thrown away under a railway overpass. The search for Jack the Ripperlasted for one hundred twenty years including theories and augmented debates. The modern day forensics now and then were a lot different. Crime Scene Investigation, Fingerprinting, and even crime scene photography were not used in the police investigations at the time of the murders. There was also no social media then to spread the word around about him and gather any clues. All the murders in Whitechapel occurred in Spitalfields or the Whitechapel area with the exception of Rose Mylett which occurred 2 1/2 miles east of the Royal London hospital and was debated if it was a murder. Martha Tabrams body was found on August 7, 1888 at 4:50 AM she was lying on the first floor of George yard buildings, Whitechapel. Her hands were clenched up by her side, empty. Her clothes were torn and completely disarranged. The bosom of her dress had been torn away and her skirt was pushed up to her waist. There were no ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Black Lives Matter Dbq In the year 1765, a well acclaimed group arose when the British enforced the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act was a law geared toward the American colonist to pay taxes on paper goods due to the French and Indian War. There were some colonist who believed that there should be no taxation without representation and they called themselves the Sons of Liberty. They believed themselves as patriots fighting for their rights but I view them as terrorist. They are terrorist because they condoned looting, vandalism, the tarring and feathering of people and most of all making terroristic threats, which are all characteristics of a terrorist group. On the other hand, the protest group Black Lives Matter which started from a social media post in 2012 due to an... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... BLM is different because they want a civil rights movement type of change that shakes up politics and breaks the cycle of violence and silence (Sider, Simon, par. 8). Unlike the Sons of Liberty, the Black Lives Matter movement does not condone violence especially on innocents. Yes, as a group they had some mishaps with a few radicals, but they are learning from their mistakes and are trying to weed out the people who will tarnish what the movement is about. Not like the Sons of Liberty who condoned and outsourced violent criminals. The Black Lives Matters movement tries to make change legally like having a sit in at a police station until the officers released a shooting tape in a case of an officer killing a black male. Although violence tried to arise due to tempers the group did not give in to mob mentality. They did not drag the officers out of the department and tar them, nor did they vandalize the building. Since they did things the peaceful way the case is now being looked into, and the officers who were involved in the shooting are now on leave. The protest group is also delving more into politics, the group wants the Black voice to be heard on a more intellectual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Reducing Barriers to Free Trade Essay IntroductionFree trade has long be seen by economists as being essential in promoting effective use of natural resources, employment, reduction of poverty and diversity of products for consumers. But the concept of free trade has had many barriers to over come. Including government practices by developed countries, under public and corporate pressures, to protect domestic firms from cheap foreign products. But as history has shown us time and time again is that protectionist measures imposed by governments has almost always had negative effects on the local and world economies. These protectionist measures also hurt developing countries trying to inter into the international trademarkets. With the recent global recession we... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2009). This in itself shows the high standards of sustainability can be made from free trade (Gidney, M. 2009). Fair trade provides two key benefits that can help with the current world economic crisis. First it provides sustained benefits for producers that can help maintain their business through fluctuations of the world market (Gidney, M. 2009). Second, fair trade helps to maintain fair prices, additional social premium, and long term partnerships that help provide better living standards for millions of people in over 60 countries (Gidney, M. 2009). Free trade cannot grow without the aid of governments to help promote and sustain it. Governments must support free trade by first modifying current trade policies to remove barriers against free trade. Lastly governments must act and enforce regulations to protect against unfair trade practices. What can Governments do to promote free trade? The basis of free trade is that in a growing economy the comparative advantage shows that resources flow from lower productivity to those with higher productivity (Carbaugh, 2009). Along with increased employment in developing countries and higher standard of living, consumers benefit from more diversity on the market and cheaper prices. One of the baggiest challenges government s faces is the pressure from public and domestic firms to protect the local work force from cheap foreign imports. Governments must find ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Wireless Devices and Applications I.INTRODUCTION In these modern times when communication has become a fundamental tool for progress and advancement on many terms, it is already considered an imperative for many companies and businesses to improve their communication and information technology. The advent of new technologies and the introduction of newer softwares and tools necessary for survival in the tough and competitive market make it possible for many businesses and companies to reach their employees, other partner markets or businesses and even their customers while on the move. This is the gift of wireless devices and applications technology. Wireless devices and applications (WDA) are used by many organizations in their various operations because it has many ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It s like being trapped in a black hole and you ll get mad repeating it over and over again. Seriously, a customer wouldn t be impressed by this system. It may be true that WDA gives us a lot of conveniences than ever but it s like investing on your business graveyard if you leave your communication unit unmanaged and unpolished. As Krotz (2008) suggested, technology, indeed, can never replace human help for customers. Excellent customer service still depends on how personnel treats and interacts with the customers, not with how efficient the WDA works. WIRELESS USAGE EXPENSE. Constant calls by the employees not only to unwilling customers but even to the offices just to check their mails or any agenda also contributes to towering wireless bills from service providers. The problem with some employees is that they have fooled themselves that wireless technology is also charge free. Actually, it is otherwise. Companies spend a lot on these services and by lot it may mean hundreds of thousands to even millions for communication alone. Aside from these business calls, there are still other calls which are out of the business or under the table calls which these employees may make. The high cost that the company pays may not lead to anything useful at all. In the case where an employee s call credit has exceeded the amount of money his customer/s has brought ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Science Fiction In Frankenstein Science fiction, debated among literary critics and pop culture enthusiasts alike, is a term that categorizes thousands of works. It has multiple definitions, but there is a clear origin in Frankenstein. Not only does the work fit into every definition of the genre, but also it spawned a new era and genre of literature. Combining Romantic and Gothic literature, Mary Shelley began the trend of forming a warning based off science in a hypothetical novel. Shelley s novel Frankenstein influenced literature, along with pop culture, by creating the genre of science fiction. To propose Frankenstein as the creator of the genre, science fiction must be properly defined. Brian Aldiss defined it as, the search for a definition of man and his status... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She influenced Emily BrontГ« in writing Wuthering Heights with the frame narrative that Shelley made popular. The monster with feelings motif was greatly popularized by Frankenstein, spawning Dracula, along with many movies both directly based off Shelley s novel and unintentional similarities. This came along with the mad scientist trope in many movies and H.G. Wells s The Island of Doctor Moreau. Frankenstein has become a major pop culture figure beyond literature. Movies have transformed the monster into a completely different character. Video games use monsters that reference the novel frequently, along with zombies related to Frankenstein s monster. Frankenstein made its way to music with Monster Mash and several other songs. It even appeared in the musical Rocky Horror Picture Show. It is one of the most well known monster stories ever written. Frankenstein has had a huge influence not only in literature, but also in pop ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. An Essay About Amelia Earhart A pilot, lost over the Pacific Ocean, thousands of people searching for her. But the reason why so many people were searching for her is what is truly interesting. Amelia Earhart was one of the first female pilots in the world. Everyone knew about her from her many accomplishments and how they allowed her to travel the world. But there is much more to her than just being a pilot. To what extent did Amelia Earhartprove that women can do what a man can do through determination and dedication, as well as through her many feats, and encouraging gender equality? AmeliaEarhart became a successful pilot through determination and dedication. Amelia wanted to become a pilot ever since she was young, when her father took her to an air show on Christmas,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her first feat was becoming a female pilot, which at the time was very difficult. She became the 16th woman in the world to receive a pilot s license in 1923 and the first woman to ever receive a pilot s license from the National Aeronautic Association of the USA (Wels 42). In 1928, Amelia became the vice president of the National Airways, Inc. ( Earhart, Amelia ). She also became the first woman vice president of the National Aeronautic Association, which authorized the official records and races (Cochrane and Ramirez). Having been a licensed pilot for a mere 5 years, this is quite impressive. The following year, she took place in an airplane race dubbed the Powder Puff Derby. Amelia Earhart came in 3rd during this race. This race was dangerous, and open for women only. Many people died, but those who didn t later became some of the female pilots to make up the Ninety Nines. Amelia became the head of this all female aviatrix club ( Earhart Amelia 1897 1937? ). Amelia Earhart was also the second person after Charles Lindbergh, and the first woman, to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932, which is perhaps her most well known accomplishment ( Earhart Amelia 1897 1937? ). Though this wasn t the first time that she had crossed the Atlantic Ocean. The first time was in 1928, but she was merely only a log keeper on that flight (Yount). Amelia Earhart also had many lesser known feats. In 1935, she was the first pilot to fly solo, nonstop from Mexico City to Newark, NJ as well as fly to Honolulu from the US mainland ( Earhart, Amelia ). During that same year, Amelia became a flight instructor at the Purdue University Airport (Winters 166). Amelia Earhart also received multiple medals and trophies for her accomplishments. She was the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross, and she also received the gold medal of the National Geographic Society as well as the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Cycle Duration Lab Report Kinematics Cycle duration greatly decreased with increased speed within the walking gait and running at 4.5 mph (Fig. 2A,B; Table 1, 2). During walking, cycle duration was relatively shorter at slow speeds and low inclines, but longer at fast speeds and low inclines (Fig. 2B). There were significant differences in cycle duration between subjects, and interactions with cycle duration and subject, gait, and incline (Table 1,2,3). Step length statistically differed between subjects and showed interactions between subjects, speed and incline (Table 1,2,3). Stride length decreased at a notable rate with an increased speed as well as with running within the 4.5 mph, and was at its lowest at a 0% incline (Fig. 2D; Table 1,3) Within a gait, duty factor did change between speeds (F1,2= 67.7 (0.014), W1,2= 14.4 (0.063)) (Table 1,2). Duty factor was much lower during running (F1,2= 43.5) at 4.5 mph than walking (W1,2=60.7) (Table 3). The 4.5 mph treatment there was an interaction between speed and incline, during walking duty factor was highest at 10% incline, but during running duty factor... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During walking, there was significant decreases in the values of VL duration between subjects, speed and incline. Within running gait, there was a cogent interaction between VL EMG duration and speed and incline (Fig. 3C). In each treatment, EMG duration of the BF varied significantly between subjects and there were interactions between subject and speed or gait in during walking or between gaits, respectively (Table 1,3). During walking, there was also an interaction between BF EMG duration subject, incline and speed. Gast. and TA EMG durations showed similar activity to the VL. There was a cogent interaction for Gast EMG duration between gait and incline in which activity was similar between all inclines at low speeds, but widely dispersed at high speeds (Fig. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...