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The Great Gatsby Analysis
The orgastic future that year by year recedes before us is the unattainable goal of those living in Tom
and Daisy s world a world where lives are wasted chasing the unreachable (Fitzgerald 180). In his
1925 novel The Great Gatsby, author F. Scott Fitzgerald suggests that making any progress
whatsoever toward this aspiration often requires people to establish facades that enable them to
progress socially, but that a crippled facade will backfire and cause detriment to its creator. In the
passage where Nick realizes who Gatsby is on page 48, Nick observes two different versions of
Gatsby one that is reassuring and truthful and another who pick[s] his words with care (Fitzgerald 48).
Nick is at first attracted to Gatsby s constructed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Nick describes the smile as he would an entire person, demonstrating how he views it and Gatsby s
facade as such. Gatsby has designed his artificial character to put others at ease and to put himself in a
place of power. As evidenced by Nick s personifying diction related to his smile and his facade, this
effort has been a success. As Gatsby s smile vanishes, his facade does as well (Fitzgerald 48). Nick
then utilizes perceptive diction to illustrate his disenchantment upon realizing that the Gatsby whom
he had just met was not the true Gatsby. Now, Gatsby is an elegant young rough neck (Fitzgerald 48).
A rough neck either refers to an unrefined person who lacks sophistication, or an oil rig worker and an
elegant person possesses grace and poise. Generally, a rough neck is incapable of being elegant and
Nick notices this contradiction, using it to expose Gatsby s shifting, inconsistent character. In addition,
Nick also notes that Gatsby s elaborate formality of speech just missed being absurd and he got a
strong impression that he was picking his words with care (Fitzgerald 48). One who treads carefully,
exhibiting care when selecting words, is either an English teacher or someone attempting to curate a
specific version of themselves to display to others. Previously, Nick was blissfully unaware of the
facade that Gatsby had spun into existence upon first interacting with him. Now, however, he
recognizes
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The Consumer Price Index For Education
Households are not captivating as much as they need for their respective sustenance of needs. In
Rolph s (2012) summary article outlining wages versus prices, and he claims the economy supposedly
gained 163,000 jobs in July 2012, and for those Americans lucky enough to have work, it may not be
enough. Incomes have risen over time from the 1970 s, but not at the same rate that the Consumer
Price Index has. As reported by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2014 in Poverty USA (2014), 47 million
people lived in poverty, which means the poverty rate for 2014 was 15%. The year before the 2008
recession, poverty rate had an increase of 2.3% by 2014 (Poverty USA, 2014). As many Americans
fluctuate around the poverty line during several recessions over the ... Show more content on
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Despite this, the overall cost of food has continuously increased (USDA ERS Historical CPI,2014).
Prices for basic food groups such as, processed fruits, vegetables, eggs, dairy, and poultry have each
had their own changes in prices. From 2000 to 2014, eggs have had the greatest amount of price
increase, while sugar and sweets had one of the lowest. Not surprisingly, foods that are considered
healthy, like organic fruits and vegetables, have had a greater increase in price when compared to
nonorganic. This makes it harder for the average family to be able to afford to a nutritious diet (USDA
ERS Historical CPI,2014). Households are defined by McConnell, Brue, and Flynn (2015) in their
book, Economics: Principles, Problems, Policies, as Economic entities (of one or more persons
occupying a housing unit) that provide resources to the economy and use the income received to
purchase goods and services that satisfy economic wants. Households have been seeing an increase in
their income over time. The empirical proof of that fact lies in several journals published by U.S.
Government Printing Office. In Selected Social and Economic Characteristics of Households Money
Income in 1975 (1977), the journal recorded a home income of $13,094. The next decade, another
article is published and outlines an income of $26,433
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Lolita Figurative Language
The most obvious feature of Lolita, and the main reason for its staying power, is Humbert Humbert s
striking, complex, and enchanting prose. Humbert diverts the reader from his ugly actions, as a
pedophile, with his pretty words. He goes beyond ordinary prettiness; his constant wordplay and
verbal games force the reader to concentrate on language rather than on him. With his ability of
enchanting words and wordplay, he develops the ability to freeze time and in turn freeze Lolita in her
nymphet state. When Humbert describes Lolita playing tennis in minute detail, he succeeds in locking
her into endless nymphet state. Every time he revisits her through prose, he is able to maintain that
nymphet state his memory. Humbert writes Lolita in a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In the early stages of this novel, when Humbert Humbert first sees Lolita in the grass he is instantly
taken back to his childhood love, there was my Riviera love peering at me over ddark glasses....it was
the same child the same frail, honey hued shoulders, the same silky supple bare back, the same
chestnut head of hair... (39). He uses his words to relive and revive his adolescent love of Annabel.
HH objectifies Lolita by focusing on the nymphet assets he finds so exciting though he rarely
addresses her inner mind or feelings. He notes her bad moods and bad manners, Humbert nevertheless
remains convinced of Lolita s connection to Annabel, adolescent romance from his younger years. The
connection is important to Humbert and Humbert alone; this strengthens his belief that only a man like
himself could truly understand the rareness of a nymphet like Lolita. This thinking diminishes Lolita
to a secretly held idea of Humbert s and this denies her the chance to grow in her life. The disconnect
between Humbert s passionate yet diminishing view of Lolita the nymphet and Lolita the girl is found
in Humbert s language; which glamorizes the unglamorous point of view of a pedophile. Humbert
describes his illicit desires with sophisticated, striking prose; making the ideas attractive instead of
what would otherwise be vile. This effect of language is particularly notable when Humbert
masturbates against Lolita. Despite the troubling nature of
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Chief Financial Officer Key Responsibilities Paper
Our company will operate in a functional management structure, with each of the founding members
assuming one of the following C level position. Initially, all employees outside of the member team
will be independent contractors that report to the COO. Specific role responsibilities will be noted in
the implementation and monitoring plan later in this business plan. The following are the broad
responsibilities of each role. The details of these key roles are common knowledge within business
field, however SHRM uses some of the wording used below: CEO Chief Executive Officer Key
Responsibilities: 1. Collaborates with members to develop and establish to key resources needed to
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Responsible for establishing timely and complete reporting of the effectiveness and the operational
condition of the company. 4. Responsible for all human resource activities, including forecasting
human capital needs, establishing compensation and benefit packages as Well as the full cycle of
employment from recruiting to termination with direct and contracted employees. 5. Responsible for
creating employee job descriptions, company policies and procedures (Shrm.org, 2015). CFO Chief
Financial Officer Key Responsibilities: 1. Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the
organization s fiscal function and performance. 2. Analyze and advise on the impact of long range
planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory action. 3. Provide timely and
accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist all C Level
members of the LLC in performing their responsibilities. 4. Provide technical financial advice and
knowledge to others within the financial discipline. Including, providing yearly 1099 MISC forms to
independent contractors. 5. Provide strategic financial input and leadership on decision making issues
affecting the organization (Shrm.org, 2015). CIO Chief Information Officer Key
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A. S. Byatt s The Pink Ribbon
A. S. Byatt s story The Pink Ribbon is a story about change in a marriage as a result of a traumatic
experience, as well as how the struggle between duty and love manifests themselves. In this story, a
man doing what he thinks is his duty becomes overwhelmed with feelings of anger, fear, and
resentment after his transition from spouse to caretaker. Through seemingly imagined encounters with
a beautiful young woman, this man is reminded of his wife and what it is like to have meaningful
contact with another person that is not consumed by taking care of someone else, which causes him to
make a choice in the name of mercy, both for himself and his wife. Byatt shows the changes in James
and Madeleine s relationship through the use of diction, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
James believed the doll Dipsy was equivalent to Mado, so the use of the word suffocating suggests
that he thought Mado was suffocating or trapped and the only way to help her was to give her release
through death, although it also could be hinting at the method he was going to use. Byatt wrote that
every time James went outside he took huge gulping breaths, which suggests that James felt trapped
himself and might have thought that if Mado were no longer around he would be able to breathe again.
James visits from the fetch (234) ,Dido, also foreshadow Mado s death. A fetch in folklore is an omen
of death. Since Dido reminded him of his wife and what their relationship used to be like, it makes
sense that Mado s death was forthcoming. The last instance of foreshadowing is in the final paragraph
of the story, ...the Teletubbies were sitting on the end of the casket shaped cradles,... (236), which,
again, goes back to the symbol of the Teletubbies doll. The idea of the Teletubbies going to beds that
were shaped like coffins proposes a parallel to where Mado was going to spend her last moments,
which is emphasized by James telling Mado to Come to bed,...Just a rest, for a while, (236). So, are
duty and love really different things? Merriam Webster defines duty as something that is done as part
of a job; something that must be done because it is morally right, and love as a feeling of strong or
constant affection for a person. James sense
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Keratosis Pilaris
Keratosis pilaris (KP) is also referred to as follicular keratosis. This skin condition is characterized by
the formation of small, rough bumps on the surface of the skin (similar to goosebumps). Due to its
appearance and rough texture, KP is frequently referred to as chicken skin. This condition affects
approximately 40 percent of adults and up to 80 percent of adolescents. While follicular keratosis is
considered harmless, it can be bothersome because it is unsightly and usually leaves the skin feeling
dry, and itchy. What Causes Keratosis Pilaris? This condition is genetic and occurs when the hair
follicles become clogged: As such, any area of skin where hair grows can be afflicted with KP. The
upper arms are the most common location for the development of follicular keratosis; however, other
locations frequently afflicted with this condition include the thighs and the buttocks. Some individuals
will develop the small, rough bumps associated with keratosis pilaris on their face: It is not uncommon
for these bumps to be mistaken for acne. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Unfortunately, this condition is incurable; however, you can manage it with the use of non irritating
body soaps, gentle exfoliation and a daily moisturizing routine. These treatments are beneficial
because dry skin can cause these bumps to stand out, thus making them more noticeable. Treating
Follicular Keratosis Relieving Dry, Itchy Skin You can use a creamy moisturizer to soothe dry, itchy
skin. The majority of creams used to treat this condition contain either lactic acid or urea. Tips:
Choose a moisturizer that is thick and oil free. Gently massage the moisturizer into the areas of skin
affected with keratosis pilaris at least twice a
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The Role Of The Gods In The Aztec Civilization
Most ancient civilizations, including the Aztecs were polytheistic yet most modern religions are
monotheistic, so what caused the change from hundreds of Gods to just one. I believe that the reason
for this phenomenon can be seen in the Aztec civilization dating back to the sixth century in Mexico.
In the beginning, they worshipped dozens of Gods, but as the Spanish Conquest drew closer and the
Aztec empire began to fall, fewer and fewer Gods were worshipped. A prime example of this is two of
their Gods of agriculture, Xipe Totec and Tlaloc. While both were major Gods throughout Aztec
history, as time went on the two slowly became indistinguishable from each other until only Tlaloc
was left, and then as modern day approached, not even him
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Overall, a simple, tragic piece of history that tells us a bit about what happened to the overall Aztec
belief system. Some Gods, such as their sun Gods Tonatiuh and Huitzilopochtli were worshipped in
the form of Jesus. Some survived with the Nahuas, the modern day descendants of the Aztecs. Most
were simply forgotten, the obvious reason for which being that there was no room for them in the
monotheistic Catholic religion. As to why Xipe Totec was worshipped in the years proceeding this
event, I have a theory; as all cultures spread, I believe that the version of Aztec mythology that
worshipped Xipe Totec spread to the city of Tenochtitlan, one of, if not the most studied cities by
modern historians. This in turn may have created a few decades where Tlaloc and Xipe Totec
coexisted as two important Gods. However, I feel this may have created an inaccuracy, as some
historians might assume that what happened in Tenochtitlan happened in the rest of the empire (the
worship of Xipe Totec for example); this is what I consider to be the main reason Xipe Tote is
considered to be important to the Aztecs today while he wasn t important back
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The Death Of Ivan Ilyich
Societal Pressure in The Death of Ivan Ilyich According to C.Joybell C, The unhappiest people in this
world are those who care the most about what other people think (Goodreads). I can see this in my life
and also in Leo Tolstoy s The Death of Ivan Ilyich. The main character Ivan Ilyich is dying from and
unknown disease and while suffering finds himself reflecting on his life choices. Ivan consistently
questions himself in the text, such as in his statement What if my life has all been wrong? (775). He
struggles with the idea that his life might have been a waste and that he really did not get to live. Ivan
has always made decisions based off of society s rules and not his own. In fact, he directly quotes this
in the text, It occurred to him that his scarcely perceptible attempts to struggle against what was
considered good by the most highly placed people, those scarcely noticeable impulses which he had
immediately suppressed, might have been the real thing, and all the rest false (776). Ivan Ilyich was
never a man who thought for himself or let alone went off impulse. He always thought about what
people around him would do or think about his decisions. Tolstoy s shows in this novel what can
happen when you live life by your own rules and what can happen when you live by societies rules
such as Ivan Ilyich. He shows that both choices come with major consequences. In this story Ivan
Ilyich had two brothers one older and one younger. The older
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Essay On Women In The Odyssey
In The Odyssey, Odysseus goes through many challenging trials. He faces trials against monsters, is
away from his family, and one his biggest trials are women. Odysseus is faced with four key women
characters throughout his journey and two of them had slowed Odysseus down from coming home. At
times, the women would help Odysseus through his journey and this will cause Odysseus to succeed
in his journey. The Odyssey portrays the women as possibly evil, manipulative at times, and caring
and helpful at other times and are loyal to someone or something.
Women were portrayed as evil,seductive and manipulative, maybe even a distraction because
Odysseus ran into them and that caused him to return even more late to his family. Odysseus had first
slept with Circe, to retrieve his men back from being pigs. What she ... Show more content on
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She stayed loyal to Odysseus throughout the years he was gone. Penelope was proposed to by a 100
suitors yet she denied all of them. She even made a quilt but she kept tearing it apart so she didn t have
to marry any of the suitors. She was so loyal to Odysseus, more loyal than Odysseus was to Penelope.
Penelope planned everything out and always hoped for Odysseus return to Ithaca. Penelope even had
the suitors try to string Odysseus s bow and whoever stringed the bow, she would marry. Penelope
opened the doors , then back she went to face the crowded hall, tremendous bow in hand, and on her
shoulder hung the quiver spiked with coughing death. Behind her maids bore a basket full of axe
heads, bronze and iron implements for the masters game. (Homer, Book 21)Penelope probably knew
no one who be able to string Odysseus s bow, so she didn t have to marry any of them. Penelope
stayed true to Odysseus word in the end and decided to remarry but Odysseus got back in time.
Therefore not all women are bad and always want sex. Penelope was a nice women who always and
will always stay true to
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The Education Of The United States
In the two hundred forty one years since the founding of the United States, few have seriously argued
the importance of education to society. Although education was left out of the United States
Constitution in the interest of states rights, Thomas Jefferson was not alone in believing that the most
important bill in our whole code is that for the diffusion of knowledge among the people... [which is
necessary] for the preservation of freedom and happiness. (251). Despite a consensus on the necessity
of education, its actualization has a storied past, one riddled with intense ideological debates,
landmark court cases, petty politics, and, at times, military intervention (e.g. during desegregation).
While lawmakers and judges have addressed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Next, I will outline key elements of Amy Gutmann s Democratic State of Education, including
nonrepressionism and freedom in choosing among competing conceptions of good life and good
society. Once this framework is in place, I will proceed to explore the perceived incompatibility of
Common Core with the principles of Gutmann s Democratic State. Ultimately, I will conclude that the
standards are indeed compatible with a Democratic State of Education given the latitude that states
have in tailoring the standards and given the fact that Common Core does not exclusively determine
curriculum.
The Common Core State Standards are the contrivance of a commission of governors and education
leaders from forty eight states sponsored by the National Governors Association and the Council of
Chief State School Officers. The overarching goals of the commission in drafting the standards were
to ensure that all students have the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in college, career, and
life... regardless of where they live, and to promote equity by ensuring all students are well prepared to
collaborate and compete with their peers in the United States and abroad. In essence, the standards
were created to correct for geographical disparities in educational quality which had made for unequal
opportunities available to students after graduation. Two separate sections of Common Core
Standards, English Language Arts Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science,
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The State s Electoral System
POLI 201: Electoral Reform in Canada
Kelsey Dechant
UCID 30012085
November 10, 2015
TA: Camilo Torres, T03
The format of a state s electoral system plays a foundational role in the quality of its democracy.
Illiberal democracies, for example, may limit potential opponents of the ruling party; these kinds of
states are generally said to be less democratic than those which encourage political freedom. Because
a nation s electoral structure influences the nature of its democracy, one must take a critical view on
current systems and seek to better them where possible. Though not an extreme example, the electoral
system in Canada can be said to hinder democracy, albeit indirectly, leading to apathy and discontent
amongst the electorate. In a disproportionate system such as Canada s, citizens voices are not as easily
or accurately represented. For this reason, it is of utmost importance to consider electoral reform so
that Canada s system is more proportionate and conducive to political engagement. Canada s current
electoral arrangement is known as a single member plurality or first past the post system. In this
system, the basis of seat distribution is who has the most votes during an election. For example, a
candidate who wins 34 percent of the popular vote will go on to represent a riding, even if the rest of
the votes go to two or more different parties. Plurality systems increase government stability and
effectiveness using a manufactured majority
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Italian And German Fascism Comparison
Compare and contrast Italian and German fascism in the interwar years.
While both Italian and German fascism in the interwar years were very similar, they were ultimately
more different due to their political ideologies, foreign policies and the structure of their respective
parties. Fascism, while not having a concrete definition can be defined by multiple attributes. Fascism
usually consist of a ultra right wing, oppressive and authoritarian government that places a heavy
emphasis on national identity. As such, fascist governments promote violence and the expansion
through wars with the intent of imperialism.
Italy was the birthplace of fascism, as Benito Mussolini headed the Republican Fascist Party. Under
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While much of my previous knowledge of country ideology has been through historians such as
Weinberg and Overy and Finaldi, I have found that the most helpful way to learn about the ideology
and goals of different countries is through the use of speeches from different political leaders at the
time. While the historian s point of view helps to summarize the speeches in their entirety, the
speeches from the leaders allows for personal interpretation based upon the language and the events
that precede it. While I have found speeches to be helpful, the limitations must still be thought of.
First, many of the speeches are originally given in foreign languages, where translations are needed.
These translations could change the meaning of some themes and could hinder one s ability to
understand the magnitude to the language that is used in its original form. It can also be limited
because much propaganda was used at the time. The speeches mostly being given to the entire country
leave much room for the leader to use propaganda for the country to believe in his beliefs, rather that
what the leader may be saying to his cabinet. While there is a wide range of ways to find information,
it is also hard to look at secondary sources, because while they make different arguments, the
arguments are based off of facts, that could be interpreted in many different
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Metrics Madness Fall 2013 Review
Metrics Madness Review Fall 2013
1. The local Mastermind store sells innovative educational toys. Part of their service is giving advice
to customers about the best toys for a particular age group, which requires having more customer
service representatives in the store. During the month long Christmas buying season, it makes half of
its $500,000 yearly sales. Its contribution margin on average is 40% and its fixed costs for the year are
about $150,000. The owner believes that she could make even higher sales, if she had more customer
service representatives on the floor during the peak season. She plans on hiring four more people for
200 hours each at $20 per hour. How much additional revenue does she have earn to the nearest dollar
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How much would it cost an employee to purchase the dishwasher during the holiday season to the
nearest dollar?
11. The table below shows the sales revenue (in billion dollars) of Canadian food retailers: Food
Retailer | Sales revenue (billions) | Loblaw | $46 | Sobeys | $21 | Metro | $10 | Costco | $7 | Canadian
Safeway | $6 | Walmart Canada | $5 | Co op s | $3 | Shoppers Drug Mart | $2 | Total | $100 |
What is the Herfindahl index for the Canadian food industry rounded to two decimal points and how is
the food market characterized in Canada in terms of concentration?
12. Straubelstone manufactures specialty barbecues. Dakota, one of Straubelstone products, sells for
$800 each. Straubelstone sold 1200 units of Dakota in 2012. The following table shows all costs
associated with Dakota production:
Description | Cost | Insurance | $960/year | Materials | $261/ barbecue | Overhead | $5,800/month |
Packaging | $24/ barbecue | Rent | $4,000/month | Utilities | $720/month | Wages | $5000/ month |
What is the total annual fixed cost of Dakota production to the nearest dollar?
13. Sunglass Hut purchases a pair of Tiffany sunglasses from a wholesaler for $180 and sells it for
$300. If the wholesaler increases its price by 20%, to the nearest dollar, what should Sunglass Hut
charge in order to maintain the same percent margin?
14. MasterCraft
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How Does Orwell Use Language In Animal Farm
In the book, 2 pigs, Napoleon and Snowball fight for absolute power on their farm. They follow the
ideals of animalism (adapted from Karl Marx s communism by Orwell) and use propaganda tactics to
overthrow Mr. Jones, the owner of the farm. Orwell uses Napoleon from the allegory to show that
language can be used as an instrument to abuse power.
You can see this on page 59/the first page of chapter XI when Napoleon has just added to the required
labor on the farm, making animals also work on Sundays when they previously hadn t. The book says
in August Napoleon announced that there would be work on Sunday afternoons as well. This work
was strictly voluntary, but any animal who absented himself from it would have his rations reduced by
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Some of the animals had remembered or thought they remembered that the sixth commandment
decreed No animal shall kill any other animal. further down page 91 Muriel reads off the sixth
commandment it ran: No animal shall kill any other animal without cause. Somehow or other, the last
two words had slipped out of the animals memory. They had slipped the animals memory because
they were never there to begin with. If you refer back to pages 24 and 25, the sixth commandments
read 6. No animal shall kill any other animal. meaning that when Muriel read the sixth commandment
on page 91, the commandments had been edited. This editing was most likely done by Napoleon
himself, or one of the other pigs because none of the other animals had sentenced death or executions
on any other animals, or killed another animal because they remembered the original sixth
commandment. This doesn t only happen on page 91, but also a bit further back in the book. On page
67, Muriel is reading off another commandment. With some difficulty Muriel spelt it out. It says No
animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets. Again, back on the list of commandments, it says 4. No animal
shall sleep in a bed. And again, no animals remember a mention of sheets, because it wasn t there
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Essay on Workplace Conflict
Workplace Conflicts between Team Members Conflict between team members will happen in the
workplace because the fact that there will have an environment where decisions are made and
personality clashes will occur. This doesn t mean you have an unproductive workforce, it means you
will have to be able to catch the problem early and know what to do with each individual case. People
are going to disagree because they have different view points, different backgrounds and a different
thought process, maybe even a different agenda for that project. People disagree for a number of
reasons (De Bono, 1985). College graduates will be put into positions of uncertainty due to the lack of
work history. This will in turn cause conflict, not knowing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Using a third party will introduce new scenarios that will promote new thought process and cause
students to look at ways to stop conflict and see it coming. This helps in the way of making students
know that conversation and rationalization will resolve conflict instead of negativity (Freedman
Adam, 1996). Several situations that cause conflict negatively and positively, here are a few:
Ambiguous jurisdiction, unresolved prior conflicts, Differentiation in organization, Goal
incompatibility and conflict of interest, (Filey (1975). There are a great deal of positive outcomes from
conflict, it can bring individuals and groups closer together, open new avenues of thought processes
that might have been overlooked. Some companies will create conflict within a group or team to
observe a managers ability to handle the situation. This is a good method of gauging whether he or she
can see the conflict coming and turn it into a constructive learning experience so all team members are
positive. More managers are being put in these positions so they will know the right question to ask or
be able to generate the correct situation to defuse the problem before it escalates into a non productive
workforce. Teams also benefit from managers properly handling situations correctly, after awhile
teams will pick up on downward spirals and turn the situations around. All
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Random Kindness Definition
Have you ever done something for a friend or just a random person in general? Well that is a random
act of kindness! A random act of kindness could be as simple as holding a door open, or helping
someone with groceries. Well yes those are very simple and they are not hard, but there are also just
more than that. Every day there are 30 percent of homeless people out on the streets wanting some
money. Some people are kind and give them money and food! Random acts of kindness are not just
for homeless people, they are for rich, poor, and maybe in the middle people too! Sometimes people
are so nice, they will pay for the people behind them in drive throughs. These little acts of kindness
can make everyone feel like a better person. In my
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Flight in Song of Solomon, Native Son, A Worn Path, Sad...
Flight in Song of Solomon, Native Son, A Worn Path, Sad Sweet Story of Sugar Lips Shinehot, and
Portable Promised, and Land First Eagle Story
Since the beginning of time all human beings have had a fascination with human flight. Watching a
bird soar through the air, one cannot help but desire the same capabilities. Imagine the point of view of
the bird that flies high above the trees, among the mountains, over the ocean, and high in the air, far
away from the clamor of everyday life on the ground. To have the freedom and power to release ones
self from the tribulations experienced with two feet on the ground, and spring up and away into the
peaceful, blue sky is a common human desire. Since ancient times, flight has represented the ... Show
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Flight represents more to the minority than mastering nature or freeing ones self from the bonds of
gravity. To the minority, flight represents freedom. Freedom from the chains of slavery, freedom from
the trappings of this world, freedoms from that which may cause them or their families harm.
America, as a country, is made up of various races and cultures even carries as its symbol of freedom
the Bald Eagle. Although there are differences in literary references to flight among African American,
Hispanic, and American Indian writers, the common thread among them all is the powerful desire for
freedom through flight.
To the African American, references to flight almost always exclusively represent freedom. Whether
these references are in the form of novels, short stories, poetry, or music, the history of the African s
brought to America to serve as slaves is primarily based on the idea of freedom. Just as it is stated in
Course Objective 1a, forced participation was brought about by the acquisition of slaves. They did not
choose to leave their native home of Africa, nor did they choose to live out their lives as slaves in a
foreign country among foreign white people who showed little compassion for their plight. This left
slaves feeling trapped and bound, spiritually, and often times physically, therefore flight is frequently
exercised as a means of escape for African Americans from their position of oppression
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Case Lavern Longsworth V The Queen Judgment 1
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF BELIZE, A. D. 2014 Criminal Appeal No. 21 of 2012 LAVERN
LONGSWORTH Appellant v THE QUEEN Respondent ______ BEFORE: The Hon. Mr. Justice
Dennis Morrison The Hon. Mr. Justice Samuel Awich The Hon. Madam Justice Minnet Hafiz Bertram
Justice of Appeal Justice of Appeal Justice of Appeal G. P. Smith S. C. along with L. Mendes for the
appellant C. Vidal S.C., Director of Public Prosecutions, along with S. Smith for the respondent
______ 10, 21 and 27 June, and 7 November 2014 HAFIZ BERTRAM JA Introduction [1] On 15 July
2010, Lavern Longsworth ( the appellant ) threw some kind of accelerant on her common law
husband, David White ( the deceased ), and thereafter threw a lit candle at him. The deceased ... Show
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21 Castle Street, Belize City, with my common law wife Lavern Longsworth, 33 years, date of birth 2
September 1974, Belizean ... self employed. On Thursday 15 July 2010, sometime after 8:00 pm
myself and my common law wife and my step son, namely James Moriera Jr., along with two other
occupants, at this time I can t remember their names, nor the young man name. Myself and my
common law wife was already in bed when my friend namely Carlos Castro called for me. I went
outside and speak to him for about two to three minutes. I went back inside. I ask my common law
Lavern to give me $10.00. She started an argument. She asked me why I had to wait till she is already
in bed before I ask her for $10.00. So, I told her it is important, me and Carlos going to deal with
something. She eventually got up and gave me the $10.00. I left the house and went across the street
and I buy some drugs out of the $10.00. I went back inside the house, my common law Lavern was
sitting in the hall. I pass her and went 3 into the kitchen area which is separated by a curtain. I was
in the process of smoking the drugs that I bought when I felt a shoe pass through the curtain and hit
me in the back. After that I felt a pint bottle in my back. My back was turn to the curtain area. Then I
said to Lavern, babes hold that down. At that point she jump up and said, hold dat down, I wah kill
you boy. Then I felt a liquid substance splash over me. Some of the
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Us Equity Market Essay
section{U.S. Equity Markets}label{sec:USMkt} The United States of America became a financial
superpower during the Twentieth century; because its currency has been adopted as the world s
reserve currency, and from having the world s largest economy. It occupies the first place in the stock
market, accounting 53% of the world total value. It s followed by Japan (8.4%), and United
Kingdom (6.2%). Moreover, it also has the world s largest bond market citep{RYB17}.
subsection{Overview} The U.S. equity markets are characterized by its players and components.
Both individuals and institutions are its customers. The size of institutions is an element used for their
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They permit the `access , i.e. allow venues to send orders for execution. This linkage systems are
crucial, they try to bind the fragmented market into one. The figure below is to illustrate the actual
state of fragmentation, it was built using data from Investors Exchange.  begin{figure}[H]
centering includegraphics[width=.85textwidth]{./Figures/US_Equity_Market.pdf}
caption{Snapshot U.S. Equity Market on June 21, 2017} end{figure} subsection{Decimal Trading}
The tick size, which refers to the smallest price change allowed, varies within markets. During the last
decade of twentieth century, U.S. markets underwent substantial changes. In early 1990, pricing in
Canadian and U.S. markets was denominated in eighths. Nevertheless, it was not the case in Europe
and Asia, where the prices were quoted in decimals. In 1996, Canadian stock markets adopted the
decimal pricing system. Letting U.S financial markets at a competitive disadvantage with the foreign
markets citep{DT}; for instance, the rounding errors were still affecting the U.S. markets. newline
After some pilot trials, on January 29, 2001, the prices of NYSE listed stocks were switched to a
decimal trading system. It was followed by the conversion of NASDAQ pries on April 9, 2001.
According to He citep{DT}, the adoption of decimals in the trading system had a significant effect in
tightening the bid ask spreads. He attributes the decline in spread to the drop in costs
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Homoeroticism In The Picture Of Dorian Gray
Wilde s sexuality and effeminate nature shaped his relations to the natural beauty of the world, which
in turn manifested itself in the moral implications of his now famous works. For example, his very
own personal ordeals are envisaged through the passages of The Picture of Dorian Gray, and it has
been passionately hypothesized that characters such as Basil, Dorian, and Lord Henry are personalities
of Wilde s own flamboyant character. In an interpretation written by Donald H Ericksen, Wilde had
written the following: Basil in how I see myself, Lord Henry how the world sees me and Dorian how I
would like to be . The discussions surrounding The Picture of Dorian Gray were linked to the
egregious homoeroticism displayed through the synergy of Wilde s characters and how they interacted
with each other. In a time of irrational Victorian thinking, it comes as no surprise that Wilde s writing
had evoked such a backlash. For people during the Victorian period, Wilde s male characters and the
relationships in which they maintained were more than abundantly suggestive to enable thoughts of
disgust in even the most tolerant of people. Wilde s own sexual orientation laid out for the reader just
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He who finds them has brought them . In accordance with this declaration, Jacqueline Rose contends
that the sexuality lies less in the content , but rather in the subjectivity... in the relationship between
what is looked at and the developing sexual knowledge of the child . And, because no sexual act is
ever categorically voiced, readers evolve their own interpretations, which conclusively contributed to
the denunciation of Oscar Wilde, and to the overwhelming amount of investigation used to examine
homoerotic codes in The Picture of Dorian
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September 11 And Skyscrapers
Why do people want to build in the sky? Skyscrapers are the most iconic symbol of the city and are
amazing landscapes created by humans who reach the clouds and ignore gravity. It implements human
aspirations that we want to build a much higher level of buildings. There is no doubt that constructing
tall buildings is not something new. The most important things while raising buildings higher are its
structural design and life safety for people living or working inside the buildings. Today, as the
building is touching to the sky, occupants of buildings are worried more and more about how safe the
building is. The major concerns regarding tall building are unplanned fire and terrorist attack. The
43rd president George W. Bush quoted in results to 9/11, Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of
our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but
they cannot dent the steel of American resolve . As prospective engineers look to the future, we have
the opportunity to learn the very lesson by understanding the collapse of the WTC Towers. In the
years 9/11, the time after has arisen to learn and improve the design of future tall buildings against fire
induced collapse. The building we build inspires us and reflects on who we are. The collapse of the
World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001, was the Black Day in American History. The
terrorist attack on the world trade center on September 11, 2001, was
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Analysis Of Natural Goodness By Philippa Foot Essay
In her book Natural goodness , Philippa Foot shows that ethical evaluation has the same conceptual
structure as the evaluation of living things. This essay will extend from that and focus on how, in fact
and practical reason, that I am human sets what is good for me to do. In doing this, it will further show
how ethical naturalism can claim ethical facts are both descriptive and action guiding. The essay will
take the form of five main sections. Firstly, I will lay out the Footian view of a thick notion of how a
plant or animal should be based on where we see it aiming at and how it characteristically gets there
sets our evaluation of those subjects. Secondly, I will distinguish between internal and external
reasons for acting in order to disambiguate the following section in which I discuss John McDowell s
view of how at least some internal ethical reasons for acting do not need further internal justification
to be correct reasons. In order to relate this to the first section, I will look at Steven Hendley s
argument that correct reason is rooted in first nature and argue that human telos must be seen as what
both rational second nature and first nature is aiming at, a la animal Telos. Finally, using John Hacker
Wright as a springboard, I will argue that taking ourselves to be acting on correct internal reasons
requires and discloses a picture of how people should be which connects human telos to correct action
in the spheres of practical and theoretic reason. Why
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Persuasive Essay On Winning
Competition is defined by the Merriam Webster s Collegiate Dictionary as a contest between rivals.
Many views winning as the optimum outcome for their favorite athlete or sport s team. Henry Russell
Sanders said, Sure, winning isn t everything; it s the only thing. A similar but different phrase was
echoed by Vince Lombardi. He said, Winning isn t important, but the desire to win is. The desire to
win is what pushes all to be the best they can be. A healthy society should not be obsessed with
winning. Winning, after all, isn t what makes someone the best at something. Sure, Suzy could win the
tennis match, but if she has no drive to repeat the action of winning again, what s the point? One
example of why the desire to win is best is found in the life of Albert Einstein. This man didn t really
excel in school, but he kept working and trying his hardest. In fact, he eventually went to solve many
of the great mysteries of physics. However, he didn t make his discoveries until later in life. This
shows that if one keeps working hard things will eventually work themselves out, even if it takes.
Another example of this principle can found in the life of Phiona. She learned to play chess as a little
girl in the slums of Uganda, and she eventually went on to become a chess champion. She, however,
wasn t always the best at chess. She lost the very first game she ever played, and this loss sparked her
desire to improve the game and to eventually win many matches. She proves
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Self Identity In Renaissance Plays
Self identity is a prominent notion in many Renaissance plays. Most of these plays are concerned with
deceit and change of identity. Oftentimes, the devious characters are the ones who show a part of
themselves at a certain point in the play and as the story progresses they unveil a different side of
them. In most of the Renaissance dramas that were discussed, almost all the plays have at least one
character with questionable identity. This notion of identity is one of the most important themes in
Thomas Middleton and William Rowley s The Changeling. Fluid identity is seen in characters such as
Beatrice; however, De Florez s identity is more ambiguous and should be analyzed differently. When a
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Bosola is one of the few characters that are so ambiguous that it is difficult to place him into any type
of mold. More specifically, his identity is one big question mark because it can be seen very
differently from different perspectives. At the beginning of the play, in one of Bosola s first speeches,
he portrays a secure character that sees the two brothers for what they truly are. Bosola describes them
as plum trees that grow crooked over standing pools (1.1.49 50). Bosola s description leads the reader
to think of him as someone with a strong character who will not be pushed around and dominated by
the brothers who seem to be in control of every other character s lives. Bosola s moral security is
again reinforced when Ferdinand offers him gold to spy on the duchess, but Bosola refuses, claiming
that he will not be bought, Take your devils, which hell calls angels! These cursed gifts would make
you a corrupter, me and impudent traitor
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Raphael Lemkin Accomplishments
1 Introduction
War and genocide are organized violence, and historically Established states have been the major
perpetrators of both. Martain shaw
The concept of genocide and the United Nations Genocide Convention are well known, but the
inventor of both the word and the landmark instrument of international law, Raphael Lemkin, is a
figure, which has been eclipsed and over shadowed by contemporaries. Raphael Lemkin, a name later
anglicized to Raphael Lemkin, was born on a farm called Ozerisko near the village of Bezwodene in
eastern Poland on 24 June 1900. At the time of Lemkin s birth, the region into ... Show more content
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The council refer the matter to its social committee which received a draft resolution of the USA
suggesting that the commission of human rights deal with the problem and an amendment by Cuba to
the effect that an ad hoc committee should prepare the draft convention.
The economic social council with the assistances of experts of international and criminal law, a draft
convention on the crime of genocide is prepare. The council by the same resolution instructed the
secretary general to submit such draft to its next session after consultation with the general assembly s
committee on the progressive development and codification of international law and if feasible with
the commission of human rights. Finally the secretary general was instructed to refer his draft
convention to all member government for
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Research Paper On Drugs In Sports
Drugs Taking its Toll
Lebron James once stated, but sports carried me away from being in a gang, or being associated with
drugs. Sports was my way out (Pilon). The access to drugs in today s world is becoming easier and
easier. Studies show numerous athletes from other countries travel to the United States to buy
stimulants that are illegal in their countries, to be used in competitions(Scott). In addition, games are
supposed to be entertaining but how could they be when rules are broken and bad examples are
shown, all resulting in awful side effects.
Lots of people are in the stands cheering for the players, but are they cheering for their effort in the
game or their ability to cheat? Taking performance enhancing drugs will destroy ... Show more content
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Sports is all about fun and talent, there should not be a reason to take the game to a degrading level,
show good sportsmanship by not cheating.It is good to show younger generations a proper example to
follow. Although these drugs are becoming easier to access does not mean they should be bought, but
it is a good idea to stay clear of them in case any symptoms begin to reveal themselves. It is great to
just show the world actual skill, than to do some pills and ruin the whole career and the future that is
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The Public Library Movement In America
The public library movement in America obtained energy in the most recent years of the nineteenth
century, supported by a mixture of political, social, financial, and scholarly powers. Fundamental
necessities are taken care of and mechanical bases set up, groups swung to setting up those
organizations that would profit the citizen while distinguishing their towns as lively and growing. The
library was advanced as a proceeding means of methods for good training that could avert, or possibly
decrease, the social and moral issues related to urbanization. The developing thriving of the country
and the rise of industry brought shorter working hours, more recreation time, and the financial
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At the beginning of every month the library creates a calendar for each age group and displays it at the
front desk. For the month of March the kids calendar has activities including pre school storytime,
read to a dog, lego club, chess club, and fun with physics. On the back of the calendar they give an
exciting activity that will take place during the next month. In April there will be a family place play
and learn roo on Fridays. The library will be holding free parenting and playground for the parents and
their young children, ages one to three. The adult calendar is designed differently, it is less fun and
playful and more serious. The programs they have available for adults include discussions,
informational meetings, and authors coming in to the library and what they will be
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Immigration And Crime Essay
The economic theory of crime predicts that all else equal, individuals with lower outside options
commit more crimes than others. While immigrants are known to have lower levels of education,
lower wages, and higher unemployment rates than natives, previous studies have not found a
relationship between immigration and crime. Crime rates have been on a decline, even in areas where
there are large numbers of immigrant populations. Between the years 1990 and 2013, the foreign born
population grew from 7.9 percent to 13.5 percent in the U.S. Also during this time, data from the
Federal Bureau Investigation indicates that the violent crime has decreased almost 50% in robbery,
homicide, and assault. The property crime fell a little over 40% in motor ... Show more content on
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This data has been similar for decades. The 2010 U.S Census shows incarceration rates for less
educated Hispanics men who make up the majority of the unauthorized population is significantly
lower than the incarceration rate among native born young men without high school diplomas. In
2010, less educated native born men age 18 39 had an incarceration rate of 10.7 percent more than
triple the 2.8 percent rate among foreign born Mexican men, and five times greater than the 1.7
percent rate among foreign born Salvadoran and Guatemalan men. (Walter Ewing, Ph.D., Daniel E.
Martínez, Ph.D.) Data collected shows a positive correlation between immigrants and crime rates, but
not for violent crime rates due to illegal immigration. The crimes that were committed were brought
about from Hispanics and White segregation. Hispanics were not given jobs or give low pay jobs with
no benefits because of white segregation causing them to feel like they had to commit violent crimes
to support their selves and families. All in all, the results are the null hypothesis, that immigration
increases homicide rates in the U.S can be
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CHM2123 Lab 5
Lab 5 Oxidation of an alcohol CHM2123 Introduction: Oxidation is a key reaction in organic
chemistry. Oxidation of an alcohol can produce aldehydes, ketones, or carboxylic acids. One of the
methods of oxidation is an aldol reaction through carbon carbon bonds. The oxidation oxidizes
primary alcohols to aldehydes and secondary alcohols oxidizes ketones. Tertiary alcohols are
converted to the common oxidizing agents. Scheme 5.1: Aldehydes can be oxidized easily to
carboxylic acids in aqueous medias and could cause over oxidization because there is an extra
hydrogen adjacent to the aldehyde. Though over oxidization of carbonyls is possible with aldehydes, it
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D: 2.70g/mL M: 184.23g/mol v=1.0mL D=m/v m=D(v) m=2.70(g/mL)(1.0mL) m=2.70g n=m/M
n=2.70g/184.23g/mol n=0.0147mol TLC Plates: S: Starting Material C: Co Spot Rx: Reaction Rf:
Reference Rec: Recrystallization Discussion: In the first part of the lab, the goal of this experiment
was to carry out an oxidation of diphenylmethanol with a solid oxidant that is composed of KMnO4
and CuSO4. 1.0mL of diphenylmethanol was placed into a flask with 4g of oxidant (5:3
KMnO4:CuSO4.5H2O) and mixed together with a rod instead of a magnetic stirrer because it might
over stir it and heat it up too much. We wanted the flask to be warm and not too hot. After the flask
was clamped with a condenser into 400mL of boiling water. The condenser was to prevent solution
evaporation which is to cool the flask and doesn t allow the solution to evaporate. The flask was
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The Importance Of A Career In Computer Engineering
Ever since the seventh grade I was always interested in building a computer. All my friends were
playing videogames on their computers and, so I wanted to build one. They were way too expensive,
so I never got the chance. I enjoy fixing computers and helping my family with their technical issues.
Everything is run by electronics these days, so I might as well get good at using them and seeing how
they work.
In the career field of engineering, there is a broad field and offers several alternative career paths.
Those interested in working with engineers and developers to create the code for software programs
and systems should consider a career in computer programming. After reviewing plans and
operational diagrams from software developers, programmers use specialized tools and programming
languages to produce the finished product. They also analyze and test existing products to identify and
repair errors ( Alternative Careers ).
Computer hardware engineer is another possible career route in this industry. As the name implies, this
career focuses on creating, improving, and evaluating the various parts that make up the computers
and computer systems such as routers, memory boards, central processing units, video sound cards,
network components, etc. More than likely working in a laboratory building, testing ideas and the
involvement in the manufacturing or the installing aspect of this industry. However, due to industry
focus on advancing software, the BLS projected that
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Moment Factory Analysis
Check the new phrase I added in last paragraph, you can remove it if ya want if it does not fit Or help
me out with where to put the new sentence MOMENT FACTORY: CULTURAL
NOCTURNALIZATION AND NIGHT TIME ECONOMY THESIS: Montreal s nighttime cultural
economy is defined by its nocturnalization, created through installations like the illumination of the
Pont Jacques Cartier bridge, the festivals of light such as Illuminart, and is capitalized upon by
cultural economic producers, such as Moment Factory. Montreal s culture via these lights are a
reverence to the city, providing a night time economy and a nocturnalization that are iconic to the city,
but they do not change the inherent Montrealness. Moment Factory is a Montreal based entertainment
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Cities tend to be the core of the overall night time economy, which constitutes of an, evening
economy, running from 17.00 to 20.00 and a late night economy running from 20.00 until perhaps
04.00 the next morning (Jones et al. 96). According to the article, Media and the Urban Night , written
by Will Straw, western society s transformation to 24 hour media access has impacted the longevity of
urban encounters from day into night (Straw 1). The city seeks out these multimedia companies and
artists for projects to support the demand of innovative concepts in order to make profit of
socialization in the late hours (Straw 2). Moment Factory s method of doing this revolves around the
medium of light, by eliminating the dominant restriction of nighttime living: darkness and
inaccessibility. Historically, the creation of light supported by electricity was the starting point for
nocturnalization and the night time economy as it is an, ... extension of the public realm, a new space
and time of socialization (Lovatt and O Connor 131). The safety and accessibility for night time
events in cities continues to depend on light and is what fully embodies the urban life after sunset,
known as the urban night. (Straw 1). In Montreal, the night is a realm that allows urban creativity to
be expressed in a matter it may market itself to make profit with the aim to attract both local citizens
and tourists (Lecture 25,
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Women s Role In The Civil War Essay
The day is July 21, 1861. Two armies are clashing in a battle that marks the beginning of a long war
that split their country. Throughout the battle, a Union soldier is brought into the the army hospital tent
on a stretcher with four bullet holes in his chest. He is escorted to the nearest bed for treatment and is
shocked to find a woman performing the operation. On the same day, in the battle, another man is
astonished to find a soldier that looks like and may be a woman fighting the enemy beside him. Like
these women, many others took part in the war. Contrary to what many believe, women had played a
role in the civil war as spies, nurses, soldiers and on the home front. In 1861, 11 southern states
seceded from the Union. On April 12, 1861, Confederate forces surrounded Fort Sumter in Virginia. In
the predawn hours, the forces bombed the fort with shells. Union troops in the fort responded by
opening fire. The war had begun. The Civil War lasted about 4 years and costed more than 600,000
American deaths. Harriet Tubman, a Union spy, Clara Barton, a Union nurse, Barbara Frietchie, Rosie
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They became soldiers. However, throughout the civil war, only males were allowed to join the military
and fight. So women would feign their identity and enlist as men. For example, on May 25, 1861,
Sarah Emma Edmonds enlisted in the Second Michigan Infantry under the identity of Frank
Thompson. She fought fearlessly in the First Battle of Bull Run, the Peninsula Campaign, Battle of
Williamsburg, Seven Days Battle, Battle of Seven Pines, and Antietam. Her military record was one of
the greatest of any woman who fought in the Civil War. Even as a soldier, she escorted the wounded
lying beside her and sent possessions of the dead back to their families. She was one of the most
impacting female soldiers in the war (Tsui 10, 14; Harper 139 142;
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Why I Want To Be A Medical Examiner
Medical examination is a competitive field of work. That very few succeed in. In order to be a medical
examiner, you need handwork and determination. Medical examination has a rich history, requires
years of education and training, and come in various forms. The word autopsy derives from the Greek
word autopsia, which means the act of seeing for oneself (Autopsy 1). An autopsy purpose is to
determine the cause of death, observe the effects of disease (Autopsy 1). Human dissection was
frowned upon until after the Middle Ages. The first human dissection was performed in 300 BCE by
Herophilus and Erasistratus, two physicians who were studying disease (Autopsy 2). In the late 2nd
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During a fellowship for a forensic autopsy, a fellow will work on a forensic team at a medical
examiner s or coroner s office following the completion of a residency. They may participate in crime
scene investigations, prepare courtroom testimonies, test body fluids and assist with autopsies
(Pathology 3). Fellowships normally last about a year and during that year fellows will perform up to
300 autopsies while under the supervision of a certified forensic pathologist (Pathology 3). The goal
of a fellowship is to give the fellow responsibility and allow them to work on a case like it was their
own, but with a trained professional there to correct them if they make a mistake. A fellowship gives
insight on to wither or not the fellow is ready to be a certified medical examiner. Before becoming
certified medical examiners must obtain their state medical license which, can be done after
graduating from medical school or during the course of a residency program (Pathology 3). Licensing
requirements vary among states, but most are commonly found in all states. After becoming a licensed
medical doctor, medical examiners must become board certified. In order to become board certified
medical examiners must pass the national certification exam which, is offered by the American Board
of Pathology and consists of questions regarding the practices and procedures used in forensic
pathology (Pathology 3). Once you are board
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Causes Of Water Pollution In The Huangpu River
Pollution of Water in the Huangpu River Introduction The Huangpu River is located in Shanghai,
China. Goes through Shanghai from South West to North East. It is the water supply to the 13 million
people in the city. It also serves importance for tourism, fishery, navigation, and, most importantly,
receiving wastewater. In the mid 1980s, a control plan for the pollution in the Huangpu River was
made. But exactly how polluted is the Huangpu River? Causes of Pollution (5) (Pollution of the
Huangpu River by percentage (5)) There are four attributes to the pollution of the Huangpu River.
First, wastewater discharged to the Huangpu River contains large amount of organic substances, which
create a significant demand for dissolved oxygen in the water. Second, about 81 per cent of the total
waterways in the city are polluted. Third, the most serious pollution occurs in the urban section,
particularly at the water intake points for the Nanshi Water Treatment Plant and the Yangpu Water
Treatment Plant. Finally, the tidal nature of Huangpu River restricts the release of organic pollutants to
downstream stretches. Wrote the study case that was prepared by Chonghua Zhang and published on
behalf of the United Nations Environment Programme, the Water Supply Sanitation Collaborative
Council and the World Health Organization by E. F. Spon.(1) The 2013 Dead Pig Incident In March
2013, the corpse of dead pigs were found in the Huangpu River. The pigs were thrown in by farmers
from a
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Mr Cyrus Cultural Issues
At first glance, the definition of health as provided by the World Health Organization seems to be all
encompassing. It states that health is dependent on complete well being of mental, physical, and social
faculties. However, with the study of different cultures using a public health perspective, we have
learned that cultural aspects that affect disease vary immensely from population to population. While
disease is a universal biological concept, social perceptions give an illness its cultural meaning and as
we know, these perceptions heavily influence the recognition of the disease itself. If societal
perceptions can give a disease a sense of cultural consciousness, then what can be said of their ability
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An assumption can be made of her living conditions based on the description of her 4th story flat.
Typically this description fits the mold for what is characteristic of public housing. Aside from the
obvious components like lack of proper diet and exercise, those of lower socioeconomic status are
exposed to other unique risk factors. People residing in public housing and urban environments can
have an array of health issues to the daily stress associated with their economic disadvantages and the
ability survive on very little means. These long periods of stress can cause an individual s mental
health to decline quite rapidly. I would argue that because of the chronic stress associated with her
living arrangements and the lack of familial support, the nature of Mrs. Jameson s mental illness is one
possessing great cultural influence. Stress can play a huge role in the health of an individual and the
persistence of chronic conditions. Mrs. Jameson, per her case study is suffering from several chronic
illnesses. Her concurrent illnesses have exacerbated her condition by synergistically adding to her
problem. The nature of her disease seems to be multifactorial, involving genetics, age, stress,
structural violence and possibly a lack of access to proper healthcare. Her condition is undoubtedly a
culmination of the many years she s lived while being exposed to all of the risk factors listed
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Marketing Plan For An Exclusive Market Essay
A marketing plan is not a list of marketing ideas from which you haphazardly choose various concepts
to test or combine for trial and error experimentation. A plan is an essential business tool for hospitals,
medical groups or provider practices to attract patients and consumers. Marketing in health care has
shifted directly to consumers and patients.
As discussed by Thomas, R. K. (2015), marketing uses a mix to of variables to influence users of an
exclusive market. Marketing health care services are about how you position the organization to
satisfy the needs of the market. Four critical elements of marketing that businesses should take into
consideration when implementing any strategic plan for healthcare services are:
Product. The right product to satisfy the needs of your target customer.
Price. The right product offered at the right price.
Place. The right product at the right price available in the right place to be bought by customers.
Promotion. Informing potential customers of the availability of the product, its price and its place
Introduction
There has been a shift in paradigm from the four P s of traditional marketing, initially defined by
Philip Kotler in 1960, to the Five I s: Intangibility, Inconsistency, Inseparability, Inventory and
Interaction in the service industry that healthcare marketing should take into consideration. This
discipline of 1to 1 marketing has created a focus on the patient and the customer. Promotions in the
service industry can be
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Introduction To Real Estate Investing
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction to Real Estate Investing 4
Chapter 2
The Old Way of Investing 7
Be Aware of the Risk 8
Chapter 3
The New Way of Investing 10
Understanding Your Investment 11
Chapter 4
Crowdfunding Explained 13
Benefits of Crowdfunding 13
Low Risk 14
The Process 14
Chapter 5
Summary/Conclusion 16
Glossary ?
1. Introduction to Real Estate Investing
Real estate ownership is more than purchasing a place to call home. It is one of the most desirable
possessions for the majority of people and has propelled some of the most well known men and
women into the league of the richest people in the world.
Although the real estate market has plenty of opportunities for making large profits, buying and ...
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Some people find real estate investing appealing, and some do not. In reality, the majority of the world
s wealth is held in real estate. Everyone from Warren Buffet to Tim Draper uses real estate as a way to
create assets and generate wealth.
Silicon Valley angel investor and serial entrepreneur, Manny Fernandez, is someone who began his
career in real estate investing. When most people look at the success of those in high level positions,
they look at their current status and not what it took to get there.
Soon after purchasing and flipping his first home at the age of 20, Manny soon began to heavily invest
in the fixing and flipping business, turning over more than 30 properties for profit. Years later, he
founded the Sacramento Affordable Housing Organization (SAHO), which gave lifelong renters the
opportunity to become property owners. Through the SAHO Manny was able to get acquainted with
some of California s most dominant real estate investors, putting him in the position of the
investments coming to him, instead of the other way around.
Once establishing himself as a successful real estate investor in Northern California, Manny moved to
the heart of Silicon Valley to become an angel investor; turning his focus on helping young
entrepreneurs develop their startups into successful companies. By networking and
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The Communication Theory Of Uncertainty Reduction Theory
Stuttering, perspiring, and feeling a dry mouth are a few things someone who has to meet and interact
with new people might experience. Interacting with new people will come with dealing with
uncertainty jitters. This research looks at the different critiques by communication scholars on the
communication theory of Uncertainty Reduction Theory. Uncertainty Reduction Theory is a
communication theory that came about through the research of Charles Berger from the post positivist
tradition.
Charles Berger through Uncertainty Reduction Theory proposes that the beginnings of personal
relationships are filled with uncertainties. Berger suggests that anticipation of future interaction,
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Using quantitative and qualitative data in a study, the researcher nulls the weaknesses (Creswell,
2014). Creswell (2014) states the core assumption of this form of inquiry is that the combination of
qualitative and quantitative approaches provides a more complete understanding of a research problem
than either approach alone . Researchers who hold different philosophical positions may find mixed
methods research to be difficult because of their different beliefs (Greene, 2007). However, mixed
methods research also represents an opportunity to change these tensions into fresh knowledge
through discovery. A pragmatic perspective draws using diverse approaches, giving primacy to the
importance of the research problem and question, and valuing both objective and subjective
knowledge (Morgan, 2007). A transformative perspective offers an orienting framework for a mixed
methods study based on creating a more just and democratic society that permeates the entire research
process, from the problem to the conclusions, and the use of results (Mertens, 2009).
Difference in Qualitative and Quantitative According to Wyse (2011) from Snap Surveys, qualitative
Research is primarily exploratory research. It is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons,
opinions, and motivations. It provides possible answers into the problem or helps to develop ideas or
hypotheses for potential quantitative research. Qualitative Research is also used to find trends in
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Jacks Causes And Disadvantages
form an underlying foundation for many of the tensions between Sierra Leone which contributed to
the initial lack of economic prosperity for the settlement of freed slaves. Initial interactions founded
these tensions. Newly arrived freed slaves that settled in colonies in Sierra Leone employed local
Africans to help with building their settlements. However, despite this aid, the strains on the settlers in
terms of disease and disorder caused the initial settlements to fail. After this failure, more freed slaves
attempted to settle again at a different time of the year. They were warned that if they behaved
improperly, local African rulers would take them and sell them on slave ships (Braidwood 1994).
Indigenous Africans challenged this arrival of settlers and aggravated them, and settlers requested
defense supplies from Europe for fear of being massacred (Braidwood 1994). One of the shortfalls of
Thompson s perspective is that he seems to be unaware of the magnitude of the tensions between
indigenous Africans and freed slaves. Tribal chiefs led movements in resistance to European influence,
and Thompson is largely ignorant of this. The Temne chiefs who sold Freetown to British abolitionists
initiated a series of misunderstandings that would later incite conflict between the groups. This
founded some of the conflicts between indigenous Africans and Europeans, but Tribal chiefs were not
only provoked by European influence. The decline of the slave trade also meant that tribal
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Jon Krakauer Influences
The Roots and Influences of Jon Krakauer s Literature
The way to Everest is not a Yellow Brick Road Jon Krakauer. This statement derives from Krakauer s
thoughts and takeaways from his disastrous climb up Mount Everest that completely upset Krakauer s
viewpoint of his lifelong dream, to climb the tallest mountain in the world. Krakauer recounts his
journey while scaling Mount Everest in his non fictional book Into Thin Air, that supports his
statement of why the climb is not a Yellow Brick Road. Jon Krakauer s countless mountaineering
adventures are the foundation of most of his books, including Eiger Dreams, Into Thin Air, and Into
the Wild. Krakauer also uses religion as a base of his book Under the Banner of Heaven. Krakauer s
life
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Perseverance Through Madness In Allen Ginsberg s Howl
There is a stereotype that the best minds of a generation are the heroes of their generations, making
new discoveries that can alter the course of history. While this holds true most of the time, Allen
Ginsberg s 1956 poem Howl offers a different perspective. In Howl, Ginsberg chronicles the chaotic
lives of the best minds of [his] generation, using graphic language that eventually landed the
publishers of the poem in court for a lawsuit, which was documented in the 2010 film Howl. Howl
suggests that education and intellect provides the ability to persevere through madness as well as the
ability to exhibit resistance to the self destruction that madness has the potential to invoke. The poem
effectively communicates this message through its repeated refrains, juxtaposition, and allusion. The
theme of perseverance through madness is more prominent in the poem than in the film, yet it can still
be recognized with close attention. The movie also serves as a solid resource in understanding the
context of the poem within Ginsberg s own life. Howl is divided into three parts, with a last section
titled Footnote to Howl. Each part of the poem is distinguished by a repetitive line structure. In Part 1,
most of the lines start with the word who which is followed by a verb in the past tense. The repetitive
structure of Part 1 is essential to understanding the theme of Howl as it emphasizes the lifestyle of
madness that the great minds are dealing with. This is done
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The Principle Of Population By Thomas Malthus
POLS1301 Essay One
Thomas Malthus 1798 An Essay on the Principle of Population, Chapter 1
Thomas Malthus was an English philosopher who lived from 1766 to 1834, An Essay on the Principle
of Population, is one of the most influential pieces of writing in history. Not only did it help to
establish the modern field of economics, it aided Charles Darwin on his regarding evolutionary
science. Malthus core argument that runs a majority of the book is dedicated to the Iron Law of
Population . This essay will seek to examine the premises of Thomas Malthus 1798 an Essay on the
Principle of Population and conclude on its argument as well as provide a justification of the invalidity
of the argument. In addition, it will identify its multiple influences on historical contexts throughout
time.
The most persistent theory written by Thomas Malthus in 1798 regarding population growth and the
effects on humanity, which is rather ironic as it has a almost lack of connection to the actual history of
humanity and its population growth. In 100CE the population of the Earth was estimated to be under
one billion people, roughly at 200 million people, following on almost 2 millennia later to 1800CE the
population had seen a mere growth to approximately 800 million. During this time Malthus wrote a
piece regarding the slow growth in population and why this was rate was the way things would be for
the rest of human life. He put forward that the limits of human population growth are due to
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Cloud Computing And The Cloud Essay
INTRODUCTION The definition of the Cloud Computing is broad enough to cover everything such
as web search and photo sharing to social networking etc. Perhaps the key point is simply that cloud
computing resources should be accessible by the customers/end users anytime, anywhere, and from
any platform over internet on pay for use basis. Broadly, the cloud can be described as on demand
computing, fix anyone with a network connection. Access to applications and data anywhere, anytime
from any device is the potential outcome. The cloud refers to wide area networks, generally the intent
from which remote computing resources are shared as shown in the Fig 1.1. The cloud reduces costs
and complexity and provides scalability. The biggest advantage that the cloud brings is to reduce costs
and improve efficiency. An institution can rely on the pay as you go characteristic of the three pillars
of cloud: PaaS and Saas. Ease of maintenance increase efficiency as the pain of maintaining the
software is now shifted to the cloud service provider. Cloud computing customers do not need to own
the physical infrastructure; rather they use the resources from a third party provider on rental basis.
This helps them to avoid huge effort for the setup of the infrastructure. The End user consumes the
resources as a service and pay only for resources that they consume. Most cloud computing
infrastructure consists of
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  • 2. The Great Gatsby Analysis The orgastic future that year by year recedes before us is the unattainable goal of those living in Tom and Daisy s world a world where lives are wasted chasing the unreachable (Fitzgerald 180). In his 1925 novel The Great Gatsby, author F. Scott Fitzgerald suggests that making any progress whatsoever toward this aspiration often requires people to establish facades that enable them to progress socially, but that a crippled facade will backfire and cause detriment to its creator. In the passage where Nick realizes who Gatsby is on page 48, Nick observes two different versions of Gatsby one that is reassuring and truthful and another who pick[s] his words with care (Fitzgerald 48). Nick is at first attracted to Gatsby s constructed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Nick describes the smile as he would an entire person, demonstrating how he views it and Gatsby s facade as such. Gatsby has designed his artificial character to put others at ease and to put himself in a place of power. As evidenced by Nick s personifying diction related to his smile and his facade, this effort has been a success. As Gatsby s smile vanishes, his facade does as well (Fitzgerald 48). Nick then utilizes perceptive diction to illustrate his disenchantment upon realizing that the Gatsby whom he had just met was not the true Gatsby. Now, Gatsby is an elegant young rough neck (Fitzgerald 48). A rough neck either refers to an unrefined person who lacks sophistication, or an oil rig worker and an elegant person possesses grace and poise. Generally, a rough neck is incapable of being elegant and Nick notices this contradiction, using it to expose Gatsby s shifting, inconsistent character. In addition, Nick also notes that Gatsby s elaborate formality of speech just missed being absurd and he got a strong impression that he was picking his words with care (Fitzgerald 48). One who treads carefully, exhibiting care when selecting words, is either an English teacher or someone attempting to curate a specific version of themselves to display to others. Previously, Nick was blissfully unaware of the facade that Gatsby had spun into existence upon first interacting with him. Now, however, he recognizes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Consumer Price Index For Education Households are not captivating as much as they need for their respective sustenance of needs. In Rolph s (2012) summary article outlining wages versus prices, and he claims the economy supposedly gained 163,000 jobs in July 2012, and for those Americans lucky enough to have work, it may not be enough. Incomes have risen over time from the 1970 s, but not at the same rate that the Consumer Price Index has. As reported by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2014 in Poverty USA (2014), 47 million people lived in poverty, which means the poverty rate for 2014 was 15%. The year before the 2008 recession, poverty rate had an increase of 2.3% by 2014 (Poverty USA, 2014). As many Americans fluctuate around the poverty line during several recessions over the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Despite this, the overall cost of food has continuously increased (USDA ERS Historical CPI,2014). Prices for basic food groups such as, processed fruits, vegetables, eggs, dairy, and poultry have each had their own changes in prices. From 2000 to 2014, eggs have had the greatest amount of price increase, while sugar and sweets had one of the lowest. Not surprisingly, foods that are considered healthy, like organic fruits and vegetables, have had a greater increase in price when compared to nonorganic. This makes it harder for the average family to be able to afford to a nutritious diet (USDA ERS Historical CPI,2014). Households are defined by McConnell, Brue, and Flynn (2015) in their book, Economics: Principles, Problems, Policies, as Economic entities (of one or more persons occupying a housing unit) that provide resources to the economy and use the income received to purchase goods and services that satisfy economic wants. Households have been seeing an increase in their income over time. The empirical proof of that fact lies in several journals published by U.S. Government Printing Office. In Selected Social and Economic Characteristics of Households Money Income in 1975 (1977), the journal recorded a home income of $13,094. The next decade, another article is published and outlines an income of $26,433 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Lolita Figurative Language The most obvious feature of Lolita, and the main reason for its staying power, is Humbert Humbert s striking, complex, and enchanting prose. Humbert diverts the reader from his ugly actions, as a pedophile, with his pretty words. He goes beyond ordinary prettiness; his constant wordplay and verbal games force the reader to concentrate on language rather than on him. With his ability of enchanting words and wordplay, he develops the ability to freeze time and in turn freeze Lolita in her nymphet state. When Humbert describes Lolita playing tennis in minute detail, he succeeds in locking her into endless nymphet state. Every time he revisits her through prose, he is able to maintain that nymphet state his memory. Humbert writes Lolita in a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the early stages of this novel, when Humbert Humbert first sees Lolita in the grass he is instantly taken back to his childhood love, there was my Riviera love peering at me over ddark glasses....it was the same child the same frail, honey hued shoulders, the same silky supple bare back, the same chestnut head of hair... (39). He uses his words to relive and revive his adolescent love of Annabel. HH objectifies Lolita by focusing on the nymphet assets he finds so exciting though he rarely addresses her inner mind or feelings. He notes her bad moods and bad manners, Humbert nevertheless remains convinced of Lolita s connection to Annabel, adolescent romance from his younger years. The connection is important to Humbert and Humbert alone; this strengthens his belief that only a man like himself could truly understand the rareness of a nymphet like Lolita. This thinking diminishes Lolita to a secretly held idea of Humbert s and this denies her the chance to grow in her life. The disconnect between Humbert s passionate yet diminishing view of Lolita the nymphet and Lolita the girl is found in Humbert s language; which glamorizes the unglamorous point of view of a pedophile. Humbert describes his illicit desires with sophisticated, striking prose; making the ideas attractive instead of what would otherwise be vile. This effect of language is particularly notable when Humbert masturbates against Lolita. Despite the troubling nature of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Chief Financial Officer Key Responsibilities Paper Our company will operate in a functional management structure, with each of the founding members assuming one of the following C level position. Initially, all employees outside of the member team will be independent contractors that report to the COO. Specific role responsibilities will be noted in the implementation and monitoring plan later in this business plan. The following are the broad responsibilities of each role. The details of these key roles are common knowledge within business field, however SHRM uses some of the wording used below: CEO Chief Executive Officer Key Responsibilities: 1. Collaborates with members to develop and establish to key resources needed to achieve operational goals. 2. Establishes and drives business ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Responsible for establishing timely and complete reporting of the effectiveness and the operational condition of the company. 4. Responsible for all human resource activities, including forecasting human capital needs, establishing compensation and benefit packages as Well as the full cycle of employment from recruiting to termination with direct and contracted employees. 5. Responsible for creating employee job descriptions, company policies and procedures (Shrm.org, 2015). CFO Chief Financial Officer Key Responsibilities: 1. Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization s fiscal function and performance. 2. Analyze and advise on the impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory action. 3. Provide timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist all C Level members of the LLC in performing their responsibilities. 4. Provide technical financial advice and knowledge to others within the financial discipline. Including, providing yearly 1099 MISC forms to independent contractors. 5. Provide strategic financial input and leadership on decision making issues affecting the organization (Shrm.org, 2015). CIO Chief Information Officer Key ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. A. S. Byatt s The Pink Ribbon A. S. Byatt s story The Pink Ribbon is a story about change in a marriage as a result of a traumatic experience, as well as how the struggle between duty and love manifests themselves. In this story, a man doing what he thinks is his duty becomes overwhelmed with feelings of anger, fear, and resentment after his transition from spouse to caretaker. Through seemingly imagined encounters with a beautiful young woman, this man is reminded of his wife and what it is like to have meaningful contact with another person that is not consumed by taking care of someone else, which causes him to make a choice in the name of mercy, both for himself and his wife. Byatt shows the changes in James and Madeleine s relationship through the use of diction, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... James believed the doll Dipsy was equivalent to Mado, so the use of the word suffocating suggests that he thought Mado was suffocating or trapped and the only way to help her was to give her release through death, although it also could be hinting at the method he was going to use. Byatt wrote that every time James went outside he took huge gulping breaths, which suggests that James felt trapped himself and might have thought that if Mado were no longer around he would be able to breathe again. James visits from the fetch (234) ,Dido, also foreshadow Mado s death. A fetch in folklore is an omen of death. Since Dido reminded him of his wife and what their relationship used to be like, it makes sense that Mado s death was forthcoming. The last instance of foreshadowing is in the final paragraph of the story, ...the Teletubbies were sitting on the end of the casket shaped cradles,... (236), which, again, goes back to the symbol of the Teletubbies doll. The idea of the Teletubbies going to beds that were shaped like coffins proposes a parallel to where Mado was going to spend her last moments, which is emphasized by James telling Mado to Come to bed,...Just a rest, for a while, (236). So, are duty and love really different things? Merriam Webster defines duty as something that is done as part of a job; something that must be done because it is morally right, and love as a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person. James sense ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Keratosis Pilaris Keratosis pilaris (KP) is also referred to as follicular keratosis. This skin condition is characterized by the formation of small, rough bumps on the surface of the skin (similar to goosebumps). Due to its appearance and rough texture, KP is frequently referred to as chicken skin. This condition affects approximately 40 percent of adults and up to 80 percent of adolescents. While follicular keratosis is considered harmless, it can be bothersome because it is unsightly and usually leaves the skin feeling dry, and itchy. What Causes Keratosis Pilaris? This condition is genetic and occurs when the hair follicles become clogged: As such, any area of skin where hair grows can be afflicted with KP. The upper arms are the most common location for the development of follicular keratosis; however, other locations frequently afflicted with this condition include the thighs and the buttocks. Some individuals will develop the small, rough bumps associated with keratosis pilaris on their face: It is not uncommon for these bumps to be mistaken for acne. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Unfortunately, this condition is incurable; however, you can manage it with the use of non irritating body soaps, gentle exfoliation and a daily moisturizing routine. These treatments are beneficial because dry skin can cause these bumps to stand out, thus making them more noticeable. Treating Follicular Keratosis Relieving Dry, Itchy Skin You can use a creamy moisturizer to soothe dry, itchy skin. The majority of creams used to treat this condition contain either lactic acid or urea. Tips: Choose a moisturizer that is thick and oil free. Gently massage the moisturizer into the areas of skin affected with keratosis pilaris at least twice a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Role Of The Gods In The Aztec Civilization Most ancient civilizations, including the Aztecs were polytheistic yet most modern religions are monotheistic, so what caused the change from hundreds of Gods to just one. I believe that the reason for this phenomenon can be seen in the Aztec civilization dating back to the sixth century in Mexico. In the beginning, they worshipped dozens of Gods, but as the Spanish Conquest drew closer and the Aztec empire began to fall, fewer and fewer Gods were worshipped. A prime example of this is two of their Gods of agriculture, Xipe Totec and Tlaloc. While both were major Gods throughout Aztec history, as time went on the two slowly became indistinguishable from each other until only Tlaloc was left, and then as modern day approached, not even him If ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Overall, a simple, tragic piece of history that tells us a bit about what happened to the overall Aztec belief system. Some Gods, such as their sun Gods Tonatiuh and Huitzilopochtli were worshipped in the form of Jesus. Some survived with the Nahuas, the modern day descendants of the Aztecs. Most were simply forgotten, the obvious reason for which being that there was no room for them in the monotheistic Catholic religion. As to why Xipe Totec was worshipped in the years proceeding this event, I have a theory; as all cultures spread, I believe that the version of Aztec mythology that worshipped Xipe Totec spread to the city of Tenochtitlan, one of, if not the most studied cities by modern historians. This in turn may have created a few decades where Tlaloc and Xipe Totec coexisted as two important Gods. However, I feel this may have created an inaccuracy, as some historians might assume that what happened in Tenochtitlan happened in the rest of the empire (the worship of Xipe Totec for example); this is what I consider to be the main reason Xipe Tote is considered to be important to the Aztecs today while he wasn t important back ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Death Of Ivan Ilyich Societal Pressure in The Death of Ivan Ilyich According to C.Joybell C, The unhappiest people in this world are those who care the most about what other people think (Goodreads). I can see this in my life and also in Leo Tolstoy s The Death of Ivan Ilyich. The main character Ivan Ilyich is dying from and unknown disease and while suffering finds himself reflecting on his life choices. Ivan consistently questions himself in the text, such as in his statement What if my life has all been wrong? (775). He struggles with the idea that his life might have been a waste and that he really did not get to live. Ivan has always made decisions based off of society s rules and not his own. In fact, he directly quotes this in the text, It occurred to him that his scarcely perceptible attempts to struggle against what was considered good by the most highly placed people, those scarcely noticeable impulses which he had immediately suppressed, might have been the real thing, and all the rest false (776). Ivan Ilyich was never a man who thought for himself or let alone went off impulse. He always thought about what people around him would do or think about his decisions. Tolstoy s shows in this novel what can happen when you live life by your own rules and what can happen when you live by societies rules such as Ivan Ilyich. He shows that both choices come with major consequences. In this story Ivan Ilyich had two brothers one older and one younger. The older ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Essay On Women In The Odyssey In The Odyssey, Odysseus goes through many challenging trials. He faces trials against monsters, is away from his family, and one his biggest trials are women. Odysseus is faced with four key women characters throughout his journey and two of them had slowed Odysseus down from coming home. At times, the women would help Odysseus through his journey and this will cause Odysseus to succeed in his journey. The Odyssey portrays the women as possibly evil, manipulative at times, and caring and helpful at other times and are loyal to someone or something. Women were portrayed as evil,seductive and manipulative, maybe even a distraction because Odysseus ran into them and that caused him to return even more late to his family. Odysseus had first slept with Circe, to retrieve his men back from being pigs. What she ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She stayed loyal to Odysseus throughout the years he was gone. Penelope was proposed to by a 100 suitors yet she denied all of them. She even made a quilt but she kept tearing it apart so she didn t have to marry any of the suitors. She was so loyal to Odysseus, more loyal than Odysseus was to Penelope. Penelope planned everything out and always hoped for Odysseus return to Ithaca. Penelope even had the suitors try to string Odysseus s bow and whoever stringed the bow, she would marry. Penelope opened the doors , then back she went to face the crowded hall, tremendous bow in hand, and on her shoulder hung the quiver spiked with coughing death. Behind her maids bore a basket full of axe heads, bronze and iron implements for the masters game. (Homer, Book 21)Penelope probably knew no one who be able to string Odysseus s bow, so she didn t have to marry any of them. Penelope stayed true to Odysseus word in the end and decided to remarry but Odysseus got back in time. Therefore not all women are bad and always want sex. Penelope was a nice women who always and will always stay true to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Education Of The United States In the two hundred forty one years since the founding of the United States, few have seriously argued the importance of education to society. Although education was left out of the United States Constitution in the interest of states rights, Thomas Jefferson was not alone in believing that the most important bill in our whole code is that for the diffusion of knowledge among the people... [which is necessary] for the preservation of freedom and happiness. (251). Despite a consensus on the necessity of education, its actualization has a storied past, one riddled with intense ideological debates, landmark court cases, petty politics, and, at times, military intervention (e.g. during desegregation). While lawmakers and judges have addressed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Next, I will outline key elements of Amy Gutmann s Democratic State of Education, including nonrepressionism and freedom in choosing among competing conceptions of good life and good society. Once this framework is in place, I will proceed to explore the perceived incompatibility of Common Core with the principles of Gutmann s Democratic State. Ultimately, I will conclude that the standards are indeed compatible with a Democratic State of Education given the latitude that states have in tailoring the standards and given the fact that Common Core does not exclusively determine curriculum. The Common Core State Standards are the contrivance of a commission of governors and education leaders from forty eight states sponsored by the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers. The overarching goals of the commission in drafting the standards were to ensure that all students have the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in college, career, and life... regardless of where they live, and to promote equity by ensuring all students are well prepared to collaborate and compete with their peers in the United States and abroad. In essence, the standards were created to correct for geographical disparities in educational quality which had made for unequal opportunities available to students after graduation. Two separate sections of Common Core Standards, English Language Arts Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The State s Electoral System POLI 201: Electoral Reform in Canada Kelsey Dechant UCID 30012085 November 10, 2015 TA: Camilo Torres, T03 The format of a state s electoral system plays a foundational role in the quality of its democracy. Illiberal democracies, for example, may limit potential opponents of the ruling party; these kinds of states are generally said to be less democratic than those which encourage political freedom. Because a nation s electoral structure influences the nature of its democracy, one must take a critical view on current systems and seek to better them where possible. Though not an extreme example, the electoral system in Canada can be said to hinder democracy, albeit indirectly, leading to apathy and discontent amongst the electorate. In a disproportionate system such as Canada s, citizens voices are not as easily or accurately represented. For this reason, it is of utmost importance to consider electoral reform so that Canada s system is more proportionate and conducive to political engagement. Canada s current electoral arrangement is known as a single member plurality or first past the post system. In this system, the basis of seat distribution is who has the most votes during an election. For example, a candidate who wins 34 percent of the popular vote will go on to represent a riding, even if the rest of the votes go to two or more different parties. Plurality systems increase government stability and effectiveness using a manufactured majority ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Italian And German Fascism Comparison Compare and contrast Italian and German fascism in the interwar years. While both Italian and German fascism in the interwar years were very similar, they were ultimately more different due to their political ideologies, foreign policies and the structure of their respective parties. Fascism, while not having a concrete definition can be defined by multiple attributes. Fascism usually consist of a ultra right wing, oppressive and authoritarian government that places a heavy emphasis on national identity. As such, fascist governments promote violence and the expansion through wars with the intent of imperialism. Italy was the birthplace of fascism, as Benito Mussolini headed the Republican Fascist Party. Under Mussolini, Italian fascism was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While much of my previous knowledge of country ideology has been through historians such as Weinberg and Overy and Finaldi, I have found that the most helpful way to learn about the ideology and goals of different countries is through the use of speeches from different political leaders at the time. While the historian s point of view helps to summarize the speeches in their entirety, the speeches from the leaders allows for personal interpretation based upon the language and the events that precede it. While I have found speeches to be helpful, the limitations must still be thought of. First, many of the speeches are originally given in foreign languages, where translations are needed. These translations could change the meaning of some themes and could hinder one s ability to understand the magnitude to the language that is used in its original form. It can also be limited because much propaganda was used at the time. The speeches mostly being given to the entire country leave much room for the leader to use propaganda for the country to believe in his beliefs, rather that what the leader may be saying to his cabinet. While there is a wide range of ways to find information, it is also hard to look at secondary sources, because while they make different arguments, the arguments are based off of facts, that could be interpreted in many different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Metrics Madness Fall 2013 Review Metrics Madness Review Fall 2013 1. The local Mastermind store sells innovative educational toys. Part of their service is giving advice to customers about the best toys for a particular age group, which requires having more customer service representatives in the store. During the month long Christmas buying season, it makes half of its $500,000 yearly sales. Its contribution margin on average is 40% and its fixed costs for the year are about $150,000. The owner believes that she could make even higher sales, if she had more customer service representatives on the floor during the peak season. She plans on hiring four more people for 200 hours each at $20 per hour. How much additional revenue does she have earn to the nearest dollar ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... How much would it cost an employee to purchase the dishwasher during the holiday season to the nearest dollar? 11. The table below shows the sales revenue (in billion dollars) of Canadian food retailers: Food Retailer | Sales revenue (billions) | Loblaw | $46 | Sobeys | $21 | Metro | $10 | Costco | $7 | Canadian Safeway | $6 | Walmart Canada | $5 | Co op s | $3 | Shoppers Drug Mart | $2 | Total | $100 | What is the Herfindahl index for the Canadian food industry rounded to two decimal points and how is the food market characterized in Canada in terms of concentration? 12. Straubelstone manufactures specialty barbecues. Dakota, one of Straubelstone products, sells for $800 each. Straubelstone sold 1200 units of Dakota in 2012. The following table shows all costs associated with Dakota production: Description | Cost | Insurance | $960/year | Materials | $261/ barbecue | Overhead | $5,800/month | Packaging | $24/ barbecue | Rent | $4,000/month | Utilities | $720/month | Wages | $5000/ month | What is the total annual fixed cost of Dakota production to the nearest dollar? 13. Sunglass Hut purchases a pair of Tiffany sunglasses from a wholesaler for $180 and sells it for $300. If the wholesaler increases its price by 20%, to the nearest dollar, what should Sunglass Hut charge in order to maintain the same percent margin? 14. MasterCraft ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. How Does Orwell Use Language In Animal Farm In the book, 2 pigs, Napoleon and Snowball fight for absolute power on their farm. They follow the ideals of animalism (adapted from Karl Marx s communism by Orwell) and use propaganda tactics to overthrow Mr. Jones, the owner of the farm. Orwell uses Napoleon from the allegory to show that language can be used as an instrument to abuse power. You can see this on page 59/the first page of chapter XI when Napoleon has just added to the required labor on the farm, making animals also work on Sundays when they previously hadn t. The book says in August Napoleon announced that there would be work on Sunday afternoons as well. This work was strictly voluntary, but any animal who absented himself from it would have his rations reduced by half. . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some of the animals had remembered or thought they remembered that the sixth commandment decreed No animal shall kill any other animal. further down page 91 Muriel reads off the sixth commandment it ran: No animal shall kill any other animal without cause. Somehow or other, the last two words had slipped out of the animals memory. They had slipped the animals memory because they were never there to begin with. If you refer back to pages 24 and 25, the sixth commandments read 6. No animal shall kill any other animal. meaning that when Muriel read the sixth commandment on page 91, the commandments had been edited. This editing was most likely done by Napoleon himself, or one of the other pigs because none of the other animals had sentenced death or executions on any other animals, or killed another animal because they remembered the original sixth commandment. This doesn t only happen on page 91, but also a bit further back in the book. On page 67, Muriel is reading off another commandment. With some difficulty Muriel spelt it out. It says No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets. Again, back on the list of commandments, it says 4. No animal shall sleep in a bed. And again, no animals remember a mention of sheets, because it wasn t there ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Essay on Workplace Conflict Workplace Conflicts between Team Members Conflict between team members will happen in the workplace because the fact that there will have an environment where decisions are made and personality clashes will occur. This doesn t mean you have an unproductive workforce, it means you will have to be able to catch the problem early and know what to do with each individual case. People are going to disagree because they have different view points, different backgrounds and a different thought process, maybe even a different agenda for that project. People disagree for a number of reasons (De Bono, 1985). College graduates will be put into positions of uncertainty due to the lack of work history. This will in turn cause conflict, not knowing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Using a third party will introduce new scenarios that will promote new thought process and cause students to look at ways to stop conflict and see it coming. This helps in the way of making students know that conversation and rationalization will resolve conflict instead of negativity (Freedman Adam, 1996). Several situations that cause conflict negatively and positively, here are a few: Ambiguous jurisdiction, unresolved prior conflicts, Differentiation in organization, Goal incompatibility and conflict of interest, (Filey (1975). There are a great deal of positive outcomes from conflict, it can bring individuals and groups closer together, open new avenues of thought processes that might have been overlooked. Some companies will create conflict within a group or team to observe a managers ability to handle the situation. This is a good method of gauging whether he or she can see the conflict coming and turn it into a constructive learning experience so all team members are positive. More managers are being put in these positions so they will know the right question to ask or be able to generate the correct situation to defuse the problem before it escalates into a non productive workforce. Teams also benefit from managers properly handling situations correctly, after awhile teams will pick up on downward spirals and turn the situations around. All ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Random Kindness Definition Have you ever done something for a friend or just a random person in general? Well that is a random act of kindness! A random act of kindness could be as simple as holding a door open, or helping someone with groceries. Well yes those are very simple and they are not hard, but there are also just more than that. Every day there are 30 percent of homeless people out on the streets wanting some money. Some people are kind and give them money and food! Random acts of kindness are not just for homeless people, they are for rich, poor, and maybe in the middle people too! Sometimes people are so nice, they will pay for the people behind them in drive throughs. These little acts of kindness can make everyone feel like a better person. In my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Flight in Song of Solomon, Native Son, A Worn Path, Sad... Flight in Song of Solomon, Native Son, A Worn Path, Sad Sweet Story of Sugar Lips Shinehot, and Portable Promised, and Land First Eagle Story Since the beginning of time all human beings have had a fascination with human flight. Watching a bird soar through the air, one cannot help but desire the same capabilities. Imagine the point of view of the bird that flies high above the trees, among the mountains, over the ocean, and high in the air, far away from the clamor of everyday life on the ground. To have the freedom and power to release ones self from the tribulations experienced with two feet on the ground, and spring up and away into the peaceful, blue sky is a common human desire. Since ancient times, flight has represented the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Flight represents more to the minority than mastering nature or freeing ones self from the bonds of gravity. To the minority, flight represents freedom. Freedom from the chains of slavery, freedom from the trappings of this world, freedoms from that which may cause them or their families harm. America, as a country, is made up of various races and cultures even carries as its symbol of freedom the Bald Eagle. Although there are differences in literary references to flight among African American, Hispanic, and American Indian writers, the common thread among them all is the powerful desire for freedom through flight. To the African American, references to flight almost always exclusively represent freedom. Whether these references are in the form of novels, short stories, poetry, or music, the history of the African s brought to America to serve as slaves is primarily based on the idea of freedom. Just as it is stated in Course Objective 1a, forced participation was brought about by the acquisition of slaves. They did not choose to leave their native home of Africa, nor did they choose to live out their lives as slaves in a foreign country among foreign white people who showed little compassion for their plight. This left slaves feeling trapped and bound, spiritually, and often times physically, therefore flight is frequently exercised as a means of escape for African Americans from their position of oppression ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Case Lavern Longsworth V The Queen Judgment 1 IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF BELIZE, A. D. 2014 Criminal Appeal No. 21 of 2012 LAVERN LONGSWORTH Appellant v THE QUEEN Respondent ______ BEFORE: The Hon. Mr. Justice Dennis Morrison The Hon. Mr. Justice Samuel Awich The Hon. Madam Justice Minnet Hafiz Bertram Justice of Appeal Justice of Appeal Justice of Appeal G. P. Smith S. C. along with L. Mendes for the appellant C. Vidal S.C., Director of Public Prosecutions, along with S. Smith for the respondent ______ 10, 21 and 27 June, and 7 November 2014 HAFIZ BERTRAM JA Introduction [1] On 15 July 2010, Lavern Longsworth ( the appellant ) threw some kind of accelerant on her common law husband, David White ( the deceased ), and thereafter threw a lit candle at him. The deceased ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 21 Castle Street, Belize City, with my common law wife Lavern Longsworth, 33 years, date of birth 2 September 1974, Belizean ... self employed. On Thursday 15 July 2010, sometime after 8:00 pm myself and my common law wife and my step son, namely James Moriera Jr., along with two other occupants, at this time I can t remember their names, nor the young man name. Myself and my common law wife was already in bed when my friend namely Carlos Castro called for me. I went outside and speak to him for about two to three minutes. I went back inside. I ask my common law Lavern to give me $10.00. She started an argument. She asked me why I had to wait till she is already in bed before I ask her for $10.00. So, I told her it is important, me and Carlos going to deal with something. She eventually got up and gave me the $10.00. I left the house and went across the street and I buy some drugs out of the $10.00. I went back inside the house, my common law Lavern was sitting in the hall. I pass her and went 3 into the kitchen area which is separated by a curtain. I was in the process of smoking the drugs that I bought when I felt a shoe pass through the curtain and hit me in the back. After that I felt a pint bottle in my back. My back was turn to the curtain area. Then I said to Lavern, babes hold that down. At that point she jump up and said, hold dat down, I wah kill you boy. Then I felt a liquid substance splash over me. Some of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Us Equity Market Essay section{U.S. Equity Markets}label{sec:USMkt} The United States of America became a financial superpower during the Twentieth century; because its currency has been adopted as the world s reserve currency, and from having the world s largest economy. It occupies the first place in the stock market, accounting 53% of the world total value. It s followed by Japan (8.4%), and United Kingdom (6.2%). Moreover, it also has the world s largest bond market citep{RYB17}. subsection{Overview} The U.S. equity markets are characterized by its players and components. Both individuals and institutions are its customers. The size of institutions is an element used for their categorization, between retail and institutional customers citep{AHFT}. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They permit the `access , i.e. allow venues to send orders for execution. This linkage systems are crucial, they try to bind the fragmented market into one. The figure below is to illustrate the actual state of fragmentation, it was built using data from Investors Exchange. begin{figure}[H] centering includegraphics[width=.85textwidth]{./Figures/US_Equity_Market.pdf} caption{Snapshot U.S. Equity Market on June 21, 2017} end{figure} subsection{Decimal Trading} The tick size, which refers to the smallest price change allowed, varies within markets. During the last decade of twentieth century, U.S. markets underwent substantial changes. In early 1990, pricing in Canadian and U.S. markets was denominated in eighths. Nevertheless, it was not the case in Europe and Asia, where the prices were quoted in decimals. In 1996, Canadian stock markets adopted the decimal pricing system. Letting U.S financial markets at a competitive disadvantage with the foreign markets citep{DT}; for instance, the rounding errors were still affecting the U.S. markets. newline After some pilot trials, on January 29, 2001, the prices of NYSE listed stocks were switched to a decimal trading system. It was followed by the conversion of NASDAQ pries on April 9, 2001. According to He citep{DT}, the adoption of decimals in the trading system had a significant effect in tightening the bid ask spreads. He attributes the decline in spread to the drop in costs ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Homoeroticism In The Picture Of Dorian Gray Wilde s sexuality and effeminate nature shaped his relations to the natural beauty of the world, which in turn manifested itself in the moral implications of his now famous works. For example, his very own personal ordeals are envisaged through the passages of The Picture of Dorian Gray, and it has been passionately hypothesized that characters such as Basil, Dorian, and Lord Henry are personalities of Wilde s own flamboyant character. In an interpretation written by Donald H Ericksen, Wilde had written the following: Basil in how I see myself, Lord Henry how the world sees me and Dorian how I would like to be . The discussions surrounding The Picture of Dorian Gray were linked to the egregious homoeroticism displayed through the synergy of Wilde s characters and how they interacted with each other. In a time of irrational Victorian thinking, it comes as no surprise that Wilde s writing had evoked such a backlash. For people during the Victorian period, Wilde s male characters and the relationships in which they maintained were more than abundantly suggestive to enable thoughts of disgust in even the most tolerant of people. Wilde s own sexual orientation laid out for the reader just how these relationships were assembled. In the opening of The Picture of Dorian Gray, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He who finds them has brought them . In accordance with this declaration, Jacqueline Rose contends that the sexuality lies less in the content , but rather in the subjectivity... in the relationship between what is looked at and the developing sexual knowledge of the child . And, because no sexual act is ever categorically voiced, readers evolve their own interpretations, which conclusively contributed to the denunciation of Oscar Wilde, and to the overwhelming amount of investigation used to examine homoerotic codes in The Picture of Dorian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. September 11 And Skyscrapers Why do people want to build in the sky? Skyscrapers are the most iconic symbol of the city and are amazing landscapes created by humans who reach the clouds and ignore gravity. It implements human aspirations that we want to build a much higher level of buildings. There is no doubt that constructing tall buildings is not something new. The most important things while raising buildings higher are its structural design and life safety for people living or working inside the buildings. Today, as the building is touching to the sky, occupants of buildings are worried more and more about how safe the building is. The major concerns regarding tall building are unplanned fire and terrorist attack. The 43rd president George W. Bush quoted in results to 9/11, Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve . As prospective engineers look to the future, we have the opportunity to learn the very lesson by understanding the collapse of the WTC Towers. In the years 9/11, the time after has arisen to learn and improve the design of future tall buildings against fire induced collapse. The building we build inspires us and reflects on who we are. The collapse of the World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001, was the Black Day in American History. The terrorist attack on the world trade center on September 11, 2001, was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Analysis Of Natural Goodness By Philippa Foot Essay In her book Natural goodness , Philippa Foot shows that ethical evaluation has the same conceptual structure as the evaluation of living things. This essay will extend from that and focus on how, in fact and practical reason, that I am human sets what is good for me to do. In doing this, it will further show how ethical naturalism can claim ethical facts are both descriptive and action guiding. The essay will take the form of five main sections. Firstly, I will lay out the Footian view of a thick notion of how a plant or animal should be based on where we see it aiming at and how it characteristically gets there sets our evaluation of those subjects. Secondly, I will distinguish between internal and external reasons for acting in order to disambiguate the following section in which I discuss John McDowell s view of how at least some internal ethical reasons for acting do not need further internal justification to be correct reasons. In order to relate this to the first section, I will look at Steven Hendley s argument that correct reason is rooted in first nature and argue that human telos must be seen as what both rational second nature and first nature is aiming at, a la animal Telos. Finally, using John Hacker Wright as a springboard, I will argue that taking ourselves to be acting on correct internal reasons requires and discloses a picture of how people should be which connects human telos to correct action in the spheres of practical and theoretic reason. Why ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Persuasive Essay On Winning Competition is defined by the Merriam Webster s Collegiate Dictionary as a contest between rivals. Many views winning as the optimum outcome for their favorite athlete or sport s team. Henry Russell Sanders said, Sure, winning isn t everything; it s the only thing. A similar but different phrase was echoed by Vince Lombardi. He said, Winning isn t important, but the desire to win is. The desire to win is what pushes all to be the best they can be. A healthy society should not be obsessed with winning. Winning, after all, isn t what makes someone the best at something. Sure, Suzy could win the tennis match, but if she has no drive to repeat the action of winning again, what s the point? One example of why the desire to win is best is found in the life of Albert Einstein. This man didn t really excel in school, but he kept working and trying his hardest. In fact, he eventually went to solve many of the great mysteries of physics. However, he didn t make his discoveries until later in life. This shows that if one keeps working hard things will eventually work themselves out, even if it takes. Another example of this principle can found in the life of Phiona. She learned to play chess as a little girl in the slums of Uganda, and she eventually went on to become a chess champion. She, however, wasn t always the best at chess. She lost the very first game she ever played, and this loss sparked her desire to improve the game and to eventually win many matches. She proves ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Self Identity In Renaissance Plays Self identity is a prominent notion in many Renaissance plays. Most of these plays are concerned with deceit and change of identity. Oftentimes, the devious characters are the ones who show a part of themselves at a certain point in the play and as the story progresses they unveil a different side of them. In most of the Renaissance dramas that were discussed, almost all the plays have at least one character with questionable identity. This notion of identity is one of the most important themes in Thomas Middleton and William Rowley s The Changeling. Fluid identity is seen in characters such as Beatrice; however, De Florez s identity is more ambiguous and should be analyzed differently. When a person s personality is solid and they are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Bosola is one of the few characters that are so ambiguous that it is difficult to place him into any type of mold. More specifically, his identity is one big question mark because it can be seen very differently from different perspectives. At the beginning of the play, in one of Bosola s first speeches, he portrays a secure character that sees the two brothers for what they truly are. Bosola describes them as plum trees that grow crooked over standing pools (1.1.49 50). Bosola s description leads the reader to think of him as someone with a strong character who will not be pushed around and dominated by the brothers who seem to be in control of every other character s lives. Bosola s moral security is again reinforced when Ferdinand offers him gold to spy on the duchess, but Bosola refuses, claiming that he will not be bought, Take your devils, which hell calls angels! These cursed gifts would make you a corrupter, me and impudent traitor ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Raphael Lemkin Accomplishments 1 Introduction War and genocide are organized violence, and historically Established states have been the major perpetrators of both. Martain shaw The concept of genocide and the United Nations Genocide Convention are well known, but the inventor of both the word and the landmark instrument of international law, Raphael Lemkin, is a figure, which has been eclipsed and over shadowed by contemporaries. Raphael Lemkin, a name later anglicized to Raphael Lemkin, was born on a farm called Ozerisko near the village of Bezwodene in eastern Poland on 24 June 1900. At the time of Lemkin s birth, the region into ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The council refer the matter to its social committee which received a draft resolution of the USA suggesting that the commission of human rights deal with the problem and an amendment by Cuba to the effect that an ad hoc committee should prepare the draft convention. The economic social council with the assistances of experts of international and criminal law, a draft convention on the crime of genocide is prepare. The council by the same resolution instructed the secretary general to submit such draft to its next session after consultation with the general assembly s committee on the progressive development and codification of international law and if feasible with the commission of human rights. Finally the secretary general was instructed to refer his draft convention to all member government for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Research Paper On Drugs In Sports Drugs Taking its Toll Lebron James once stated, but sports carried me away from being in a gang, or being associated with drugs. Sports was my way out (Pilon). The access to drugs in today s world is becoming easier and easier. Studies show numerous athletes from other countries travel to the United States to buy stimulants that are illegal in their countries, to be used in competitions(Scott). In addition, games are supposed to be entertaining but how could they be when rules are broken and bad examples are shown, all resulting in awful side effects. Lots of people are in the stands cheering for the players, but are they cheering for their effort in the game or their ability to cheat? Taking performance enhancing drugs will destroy ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sports is all about fun and talent, there should not be a reason to take the game to a degrading level, show good sportsmanship by not cheating.It is good to show younger generations a proper example to follow. Although these drugs are becoming easier to access does not mean they should be bought, but it is a good idea to stay clear of them in case any symptoms begin to reveal themselves. It is great to just show the world actual skill, than to do some pills and ruin the whole career and the future that is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Public Library Movement In America The public library movement in America obtained energy in the most recent years of the nineteenth century, supported by a mixture of political, social, financial, and scholarly powers. Fundamental necessities are taken care of and mechanical bases set up, groups swung to setting up those organizations that would profit the citizen while distinguishing their towns as lively and growing. The library was advanced as a proceeding means of methods for good training that could avert, or possibly decrease, the social and moral issues related to urbanization. The developing thriving of the country and the rise of industry brought shorter working hours, more recreation time, and the financial capacity and individual yearning to support local libraries. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the beginning of every month the library creates a calendar for each age group and displays it at the front desk. For the month of March the kids calendar has activities including pre school storytime, read to a dog, lego club, chess club, and fun with physics. On the back of the calendar they give an exciting activity that will take place during the next month. In April there will be a family place play and learn roo on Fridays. The library will be holding free parenting and playground for the parents and their young children, ages one to three. The adult calendar is designed differently, it is less fun and playful and more serious. The programs they have available for adults include discussions, informational meetings, and authors coming in to the library and what they will be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Immigration And Crime Essay The economic theory of crime predicts that all else equal, individuals with lower outside options commit more crimes than others. While immigrants are known to have lower levels of education, lower wages, and higher unemployment rates than natives, previous studies have not found a relationship between immigration and crime. Crime rates have been on a decline, even in areas where there are large numbers of immigrant populations. Between the years 1990 and 2013, the foreign born population grew from 7.9 percent to 13.5 percent in the U.S. Also during this time, data from the Federal Bureau Investigation indicates that the violent crime has decreased almost 50% in robbery, homicide, and assault. The property crime fell a little over 40% in motor ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This data has been similar for decades. The 2010 U.S Census shows incarceration rates for less educated Hispanics men who make up the majority of the unauthorized population is significantly lower than the incarceration rate among native born young men without high school diplomas. In 2010, less educated native born men age 18 39 had an incarceration rate of 10.7 percent more than triple the 2.8 percent rate among foreign born Mexican men, and five times greater than the 1.7 percent rate among foreign born Salvadoran and Guatemalan men. (Walter Ewing, Ph.D., Daniel E. Martínez, Ph.D.) Data collected shows a positive correlation between immigrants and crime rates, but not for violent crime rates due to illegal immigration. The crimes that were committed were brought about from Hispanics and White segregation. Hispanics were not given jobs or give low pay jobs with no benefits because of white segregation causing them to feel like they had to commit violent crimes to support their selves and families. All in all, the results are the null hypothesis, that immigration increases homicide rates in the U.S can be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. CHM2123 Lab 5 Lab 5 Oxidation of an alcohol CHM2123 Introduction: Oxidation is a key reaction in organic chemistry. Oxidation of an alcohol can produce aldehydes, ketones, or carboxylic acids. One of the methods of oxidation is an aldol reaction through carbon carbon bonds. The oxidation oxidizes primary alcohols to aldehydes and secondary alcohols oxidizes ketones. Tertiary alcohols are converted to the common oxidizing agents. Scheme 5.1: Aldehydes can be oxidized easily to carboxylic acids in aqueous medias and could cause over oxidization because there is an extra hydrogen adjacent to the aldehyde. Though over oxidization of carbonyls is possible with aldehydes, it is not possible with ketones. Ketones lack the easily removed hydrogen that is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... D: 2.70g/mL M: 184.23g/mol v=1.0mL D=m/v m=D(v) m=2.70(g/mL)(1.0mL) m=2.70g n=m/M n=2.70g/184.23g/mol n=0.0147mol TLC Plates: S: Starting Material C: Co Spot Rx: Reaction Rf: Reference Rec: Recrystallization Discussion: In the first part of the lab, the goal of this experiment was to carry out an oxidation of diphenylmethanol with a solid oxidant that is composed of KMnO4 and CuSO4. 1.0mL of diphenylmethanol was placed into a flask with 4g of oxidant (5:3 KMnO4:CuSO4.5H2O) and mixed together with a rod instead of a magnetic stirrer because it might over stir it and heat it up too much. We wanted the flask to be warm and not too hot. After the flask was clamped with a condenser into 400mL of boiling water. The condenser was to prevent solution evaporation which is to cool the flask and doesn t allow the solution to evaporate. The flask was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Importance Of A Career In Computer Engineering Ever since the seventh grade I was always interested in building a computer. All my friends were playing videogames on their computers and, so I wanted to build one. They were way too expensive, so I never got the chance. I enjoy fixing computers and helping my family with their technical issues. Everything is run by electronics these days, so I might as well get good at using them and seeing how they work. In the career field of engineering, there is a broad field and offers several alternative career paths. Those interested in working with engineers and developers to create the code for software programs and systems should consider a career in computer programming. After reviewing plans and operational diagrams from software developers, programmers use specialized tools and programming languages to produce the finished product. They also analyze and test existing products to identify and repair errors ( Alternative Careers ). Computer hardware engineer is another possible career route in this industry. As the name implies, this career focuses on creating, improving, and evaluating the various parts that make up the computers and computer systems such as routers, memory boards, central processing units, video sound cards, network components, etc. More than likely working in a laboratory building, testing ideas and the involvement in the manufacturing or the installing aspect of this industry. However, due to industry focus on advancing software, the BLS projected that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Moment Factory Analysis Check the new phrase I added in last paragraph, you can remove it if ya want if it does not fit Or help me out with where to put the new sentence MOMENT FACTORY: CULTURAL NOCTURNALIZATION AND NIGHT TIME ECONOMY THESIS: Montreal s nighttime cultural economy is defined by its nocturnalization, created through installations like the illumination of the Pont Jacques Cartier bridge, the festivals of light such as Illuminart, and is capitalized upon by cultural economic producers, such as Moment Factory. Montreal s culture via these lights are a reverence to the city, providing a night time economy and a nocturnalization that are iconic to the city, but they do not change the inherent Montrealness. Moment Factory is a Montreal based entertainment ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Cities tend to be the core of the overall night time economy, which constitutes of an, evening economy, running from 17.00 to 20.00 and a late night economy running from 20.00 until perhaps 04.00 the next morning (Jones et al. 96). According to the article, Media and the Urban Night , written by Will Straw, western society s transformation to 24 hour media access has impacted the longevity of urban encounters from day into night (Straw 1). The city seeks out these multimedia companies and artists for projects to support the demand of innovative concepts in order to make profit of socialization in the late hours (Straw 2). Moment Factory s method of doing this revolves around the medium of light, by eliminating the dominant restriction of nighttime living: darkness and inaccessibility. Historically, the creation of light supported by electricity was the starting point for nocturnalization and the night time economy as it is an, ... extension of the public realm, a new space and time of socialization (Lovatt and O Connor 131). The safety and accessibility for night time events in cities continues to depend on light and is what fully embodies the urban life after sunset, known as the urban night. (Straw 1). In Montreal, the night is a realm that allows urban creativity to be expressed in a matter it may market itself to make profit with the aim to attract both local citizens and tourists (Lecture 25, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Women s Role In The Civil War Essay The day is July 21, 1861. Two armies are clashing in a battle that marks the beginning of a long war that split their country. Throughout the battle, a Union soldier is brought into the the army hospital tent on a stretcher with four bullet holes in his chest. He is escorted to the nearest bed for treatment and is shocked to find a woman performing the operation. On the same day, in the battle, another man is astonished to find a soldier that looks like and may be a woman fighting the enemy beside him. Like these women, many others took part in the war. Contrary to what many believe, women had played a role in the civil war as spies, nurses, soldiers and on the home front. In 1861, 11 southern states seceded from the Union. On April 12, 1861, Confederate forces surrounded Fort Sumter in Virginia. In the predawn hours, the forces bombed the fort with shells. Union troops in the fort responded by opening fire. The war had begun. The Civil War lasted about 4 years and costed more than 600,000 American deaths. Harriet Tubman, a Union spy, Clara Barton, a Union nurse, Barbara Frietchie, Rosie O Neal Greenhow, and Mary Surratt were few of the many women that make an impact in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They became soldiers. However, throughout the civil war, only males were allowed to join the military and fight. So women would feign their identity and enlist as men. For example, on May 25, 1861, Sarah Emma Edmonds enlisted in the Second Michigan Infantry under the identity of Frank Thompson. She fought fearlessly in the First Battle of Bull Run, the Peninsula Campaign, Battle of Williamsburg, Seven Days Battle, Battle of Seven Pines, and Antietam. Her military record was one of the greatest of any woman who fought in the Civil War. Even as a soldier, she escorted the wounded lying beside her and sent possessions of the dead back to their families. She was one of the most impacting female soldiers in the war (Tsui 10, 14; Harper 139 142; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Why I Want To Be A Medical Examiner Medical examination is a competitive field of work. That very few succeed in. In order to be a medical examiner, you need handwork and determination. Medical examination has a rich history, requires years of education and training, and come in various forms. The word autopsy derives from the Greek word autopsia, which means the act of seeing for oneself (Autopsy 1). An autopsy purpose is to determine the cause of death, observe the effects of disease (Autopsy 1). Human dissection was frowned upon until after the Middle Ages. The first human dissection was performed in 300 BCE by Herophilus and Erasistratus, two physicians who were studying disease (Autopsy 2). In the late 2nd century CE a Greek physician Galen of Pergamum was the first ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During a fellowship for a forensic autopsy, a fellow will work on a forensic team at a medical examiner s or coroner s office following the completion of a residency. They may participate in crime scene investigations, prepare courtroom testimonies, test body fluids and assist with autopsies (Pathology 3). Fellowships normally last about a year and during that year fellows will perform up to 300 autopsies while under the supervision of a certified forensic pathologist (Pathology 3). The goal of a fellowship is to give the fellow responsibility and allow them to work on a case like it was their own, but with a trained professional there to correct them if they make a mistake. A fellowship gives insight on to wither or not the fellow is ready to be a certified medical examiner. Before becoming certified medical examiners must obtain their state medical license which, can be done after graduating from medical school or during the course of a residency program (Pathology 3). Licensing requirements vary among states, but most are commonly found in all states. After becoming a licensed medical doctor, medical examiners must become board certified. In order to become board certified medical examiners must pass the national certification exam which, is offered by the American Board of Pathology and consists of questions regarding the practices and procedures used in forensic pathology (Pathology 3). Once you are board ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Causes Of Water Pollution In The Huangpu River Pollution of Water in the Huangpu River Introduction The Huangpu River is located in Shanghai, China. Goes through Shanghai from South West to North East. It is the water supply to the 13 million people in the city. It also serves importance for tourism, fishery, navigation, and, most importantly, receiving wastewater. In the mid 1980s, a control plan for the pollution in the Huangpu River was made. But exactly how polluted is the Huangpu River? Causes of Pollution (5) (Pollution of the Huangpu River by percentage (5)) There are four attributes to the pollution of the Huangpu River. First, wastewater discharged to the Huangpu River contains large amount of organic substances, which create a significant demand for dissolved oxygen in the water. Second, about 81 per cent of the total waterways in the city are polluted. Third, the most serious pollution occurs in the urban section, particularly at the water intake points for the Nanshi Water Treatment Plant and the Yangpu Water Treatment Plant. Finally, the tidal nature of Huangpu River restricts the release of organic pollutants to downstream stretches. Wrote the study case that was prepared by Chonghua Zhang and published on behalf of the United Nations Environment Programme, the Water Supply Sanitation Collaborative Council and the World Health Organization by E. F. Spon.(1) The 2013 Dead Pig Incident In March 2013, the corpse of dead pigs were found in the Huangpu River. The pigs were thrown in by farmers from a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Mr Cyrus Cultural Issues At first glance, the definition of health as provided by the World Health Organization seems to be all encompassing. It states that health is dependent on complete well being of mental, physical, and social faculties. However, with the study of different cultures using a public health perspective, we have learned that cultural aspects that affect disease vary immensely from population to population. While disease is a universal biological concept, social perceptions give an illness its cultural meaning and as we know, these perceptions heavily influence the recognition of the disease itself. If societal perceptions can give a disease a sense of cultural consciousness, then what can be said of their ability to mold a cultural normality. I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An assumption can be made of her living conditions based on the description of her 4th story flat. Typically this description fits the mold for what is characteristic of public housing. Aside from the obvious components like lack of proper diet and exercise, those of lower socioeconomic status are exposed to other unique risk factors. People residing in public housing and urban environments can have an array of health issues to the daily stress associated with their economic disadvantages and the ability survive on very little means. These long periods of stress can cause an individual s mental health to decline quite rapidly. I would argue that because of the chronic stress associated with her living arrangements and the lack of familial support, the nature of Mrs. Jameson s mental illness is one possessing great cultural influence. Stress can play a huge role in the health of an individual and the persistence of chronic conditions. Mrs. Jameson, per her case study is suffering from several chronic illnesses. Her concurrent illnesses have exacerbated her condition by synergistically adding to her problem. The nature of her disease seems to be multifactorial, involving genetics, age, stress, structural violence and possibly a lack of access to proper healthcare. Her condition is undoubtedly a culmination of the many years she s lived while being exposed to all of the risk factors listed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Marketing Plan For An Exclusive Market Essay A marketing plan is not a list of marketing ideas from which you haphazardly choose various concepts to test or combine for trial and error experimentation. A plan is an essential business tool for hospitals, medical groups or provider practices to attract patients and consumers. Marketing in health care has shifted directly to consumers and patients. As discussed by Thomas, R. K. (2015), marketing uses a mix to of variables to influence users of an exclusive market. Marketing health care services are about how you position the organization to satisfy the needs of the market. Four critical elements of marketing that businesses should take into consideration when implementing any strategic plan for healthcare services are: Product. The right product to satisfy the needs of your target customer. Price. The right product offered at the right price. Place. The right product at the right price available in the right place to be bought by customers. Promotion. Informing potential customers of the availability of the product, its price and its place Introduction There has been a shift in paradigm from the four P s of traditional marketing, initially defined by Philip Kotler in 1960, to the Five I s: Intangibility, Inconsistency, Inseparability, Inventory and Interaction in the service industry that healthcare marketing should take into consideration. This discipline of 1to 1 marketing has created a focus on the patient and the customer. Promotions in the service industry can be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Introduction To Real Estate Investing Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction to Real Estate Investing 4 Chapter 2 The Old Way of Investing 7 Be Aware of the Risk 8 Chapter 3 The New Way of Investing 10 Understanding Your Investment 11 Chapter 4 Crowdfunding Explained 13 Benefits of Crowdfunding 13 Low Risk 14 The Process 14 Chapter 5 Summary/Conclusion 16 Glossary ? 1. Introduction to Real Estate Investing Real estate ownership is more than purchasing a place to call home. It is one of the most desirable possessions for the majority of people and has propelled some of the most well known men and women into the league of the richest people in the world. Although the real estate market has plenty of opportunities for making large profits, buying and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some people find real estate investing appealing, and some do not. In reality, the majority of the world s wealth is held in real estate. Everyone from Warren Buffet to Tim Draper uses real estate as a way to create assets and generate wealth. Silicon Valley angel investor and serial entrepreneur, Manny Fernandez, is someone who began his career in real estate investing. When most people look at the success of those in high level positions,
  • 39. they look at their current status and not what it took to get there. Soon after purchasing and flipping his first home at the age of 20, Manny soon began to heavily invest in the fixing and flipping business, turning over more than 30 properties for profit. Years later, he founded the Sacramento Affordable Housing Organization (SAHO), which gave lifelong renters the opportunity to become property owners. Through the SAHO Manny was able to get acquainted with some of California s most dominant real estate investors, putting him in the position of the investments coming to him, instead of the other way around. Once establishing himself as a successful real estate investor in Northern California, Manny moved to the heart of Silicon Valley to become an angel investor; turning his focus on helping young entrepreneurs develop their startups into successful companies. By networking and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Communication Theory Of Uncertainty Reduction Theory Stuttering, perspiring, and feeling a dry mouth are a few things someone who has to meet and interact with new people might experience. Interacting with new people will come with dealing with uncertainty jitters. This research looks at the different critiques by communication scholars on the communication theory of Uncertainty Reduction Theory. Uncertainty Reduction Theory is a communication theory that came about through the research of Charles Berger from the post positivist tradition. Charles Berger through Uncertainty Reduction Theory proposes that the beginnings of personal relationships are filled with uncertainties. Berger suggests that anticipation of future interaction, incentive value, or deviance can boost our drive to reduce ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Using quantitative and qualitative data in a study, the researcher nulls the weaknesses (Creswell, 2014). Creswell (2014) states the core assumption of this form of inquiry is that the combination of qualitative and quantitative approaches provides a more complete understanding of a research problem than either approach alone . Researchers who hold different philosophical positions may find mixed methods research to be difficult because of their different beliefs (Greene, 2007). However, mixed methods research also represents an opportunity to change these tensions into fresh knowledge through discovery. A pragmatic perspective draws using diverse approaches, giving primacy to the importance of the research problem and question, and valuing both objective and subjective knowledge (Morgan, 2007). A transformative perspective offers an orienting framework for a mixed methods study based on creating a more just and democratic society that permeates the entire research process, from the problem to the conclusions, and the use of results (Mertens, 2009). Difference in Qualitative and Quantitative According to Wyse (2011) from Snap Surveys, qualitative Research is primarily exploratory research. It is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations. It provides possible answers into the problem or helps to develop ideas or hypotheses for potential quantitative research. Qualitative Research is also used to find trends in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Jacks Causes And Disadvantages form an underlying foundation for many of the tensions between Sierra Leone which contributed to the initial lack of economic prosperity for the settlement of freed slaves. Initial interactions founded these tensions. Newly arrived freed slaves that settled in colonies in Sierra Leone employed local Africans to help with building their settlements. However, despite this aid, the strains on the settlers in terms of disease and disorder caused the initial settlements to fail. After this failure, more freed slaves attempted to settle again at a different time of the year. They were warned that if they behaved improperly, local African rulers would take them and sell them on slave ships (Braidwood 1994). Indigenous Africans challenged this arrival of settlers and aggravated them, and settlers requested defense supplies from Europe for fear of being massacred (Braidwood 1994). One of the shortfalls of Thompson s perspective is that he seems to be unaware of the magnitude of the tensions between indigenous Africans and freed slaves. Tribal chiefs led movements in resistance to European influence, and Thompson is largely ignorant of this. The Temne chiefs who sold Freetown to British abolitionists initiated a series of misunderstandings that would later incite conflict between the groups. This founded some of the conflicts between indigenous Africans and Europeans, but Tribal chiefs were not only provoked by European influence. The decline of the slave trade also meant that tribal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Jon Krakauer Influences The Roots and Influences of Jon Krakauer s Literature The way to Everest is not a Yellow Brick Road Jon Krakauer. This statement derives from Krakauer s thoughts and takeaways from his disastrous climb up Mount Everest that completely upset Krakauer s viewpoint of his lifelong dream, to climb the tallest mountain in the world. Krakauer recounts his journey while scaling Mount Everest in his non fictional book Into Thin Air, that supports his statement of why the climb is not a Yellow Brick Road. Jon Krakauer s countless mountaineering adventures are the foundation of most of his books, including Eiger Dreams, Into Thin Air, and Into the Wild. Krakauer also uses religion as a base of his book Under the Banner of Heaven. Krakauer s life ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Perseverance Through Madness In Allen Ginsberg s Howl There is a stereotype that the best minds of a generation are the heroes of their generations, making new discoveries that can alter the course of history. While this holds true most of the time, Allen Ginsberg s 1956 poem Howl offers a different perspective. In Howl, Ginsberg chronicles the chaotic lives of the best minds of [his] generation, using graphic language that eventually landed the publishers of the poem in court for a lawsuit, which was documented in the 2010 film Howl. Howl suggests that education and intellect provides the ability to persevere through madness as well as the ability to exhibit resistance to the self destruction that madness has the potential to invoke. The poem effectively communicates this message through its repeated refrains, juxtaposition, and allusion. The theme of perseverance through madness is more prominent in the poem than in the film, yet it can still be recognized with close attention. The movie also serves as a solid resource in understanding the context of the poem within Ginsberg s own life. Howl is divided into three parts, with a last section titled Footnote to Howl. Each part of the poem is distinguished by a repetitive line structure. In Part 1, most of the lines start with the word who which is followed by a verb in the past tense. The repetitive structure of Part 1 is essential to understanding the theme of Howl as it emphasizes the lifestyle of madness that the great minds are dealing with. This is done ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Principle Of Population By Thomas Malthus POLS1301 Essay One Thomas Malthus 1798 An Essay on the Principle of Population, Chapter 1 Thomas Malthus was an English philosopher who lived from 1766 to 1834, An Essay on the Principle of Population, is one of the most influential pieces of writing in history. Not only did it help to establish the modern field of economics, it aided Charles Darwin on his regarding evolutionary science. Malthus core argument that runs a majority of the book is dedicated to the Iron Law of Population . This essay will seek to examine the premises of Thomas Malthus 1798 an Essay on the Principle of Population and conclude on its argument as well as provide a justification of the invalidity of the argument. In addition, it will identify its multiple influences on historical contexts throughout time. The most persistent theory written by Thomas Malthus in 1798 regarding population growth and the effects on humanity, which is rather ironic as it has a almost lack of connection to the actual history of humanity and its population growth. In 100CE the population of the Earth was estimated to be under one billion people, roughly at 200 million people, following on almost 2 millennia later to 1800CE the population had seen a mere growth to approximately 800 million. During this time Malthus wrote a piece regarding the slow growth in population and why this was rate was the way things would be for the rest of human life. He put forward that the limits of human population growth are due to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Cloud Computing And The Cloud Essay INTRODUCTION The definition of the Cloud Computing is broad enough to cover everything such as web search and photo sharing to social networking etc. Perhaps the key point is simply that cloud computing resources should be accessible by the customers/end users anytime, anywhere, and from any platform over internet on pay for use basis. Broadly, the cloud can be described as on demand computing, fix anyone with a network connection. Access to applications and data anywhere, anytime from any device is the potential outcome. The cloud refers to wide area networks, generally the intent from which remote computing resources are shared as shown in the Fig 1.1. The cloud reduces costs and complexity and provides scalability. The biggest advantage that the cloud brings is to reduce costs and improve efficiency. An institution can rely on the pay as you go characteristic of the three pillars of cloud: PaaS and Saas. Ease of maintenance increase efficiency as the pain of maintaining the software is now shifted to the cloud service provider. Cloud computing customers do not need to own the physical infrastructure; rather they use the resources from a third party provider on rental basis. This helps them to avoid huge effort for the setup of the infrastructure. The End user consumes the resources as a service and pay only for resources that they consume. Most cloud computing infrastructure consists of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...