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My Vacation In My Life
It was the summer of 2069, my and my friend wanted to go on vacation so we decided to go on
vacation to Cancun, Mexico, we had been planing this the whole year, but first we had to reserve the
hotel and get the airplane tickets so we went to buy the airplane tickets. When we were in the airport
buying the tickets I saw a sign that illustrated a plane and said Life is a Journey, Travel it well. The
day finally came June 20, 2069 it was a very special day because it was my birthday so we had a little
celebration before we had to leave, I turned 24 I had a good time that day but we had to leave that
same day, it was 9:00 pm when we arrived to the airport and took of to Cancun, the timed estimated
was 12hr, but suddenly at 5:45 when everyone was sleeping there was turbulence in the airplane, it
had was running out of fuel, everyone was screaming and scared we had to do an emergency landing
but were there was only water no land 20 minutes passed when the fuel had finally run out, all i can
remember was that we were going down very fast i thought I was living my final moments but I
passed out.
The next day i woke up in the middle of nowhere, it was quiet as a mouse all i saw was water
everywhere luckily before we airplane hit the water I was able to put on a life jacket and i was floating
in the water so I began to swim i did it for about 30 minutes I got tired, but hope wasn t lost i saw a
island that looked peaceful and beautiful it almost looked like paradise, I could almost
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The Importance Of Conscription On Australia
During World War I, there were many wartime controls placed on Australia. The wartime controls I
will focus on in this essay are Conscription, the use of government propaganda, and Censorship. They
all had played an important part in Australia s army system and involvement in the war.
What is conscription? Conscription is where it is compulsory to enlist for state service, mainly
military service. This wartime control was enforced on every country who participated in World War I
except Australia, South Africa and India. Australia tried to pass a conscription law twice during World
War I, the first in 1916 and the second in 1917. Due to not having a conscription law, Australia would
face problems during the first world war. At the start of the war, many people had enlisted, so many
that some were forced to be turned away. However after everyone realised the horrors of the war,
enlistment would slowly decrease as the war went on.
Even though conscription wasn t a law, other ways and methods made men join the army. One method
was women shaming their male relatives who didn t join the army . This method was supported the
government and would make the men feel ashamed of themselves. Therefore, some of the men would
join the army despite not wanting to. Another way that made men join the army was the view of war
the men had. When the war had just started, men believed that the war would give them adventure and
excitement. This is why there was such high volumes of enlistment
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Essay on Sociology of Health and Medicine
Mike Bury (2001) has undertaken a considerable amount of research on illness narratives and its
different forms. Illness narratives and narrative analysis can be evaluated through three different types.
The first is contingent narratives, which address beliefs about the origins of disease, the proximate
causes of an illness episode, and the immediate effects of illness in everyday life (Bury 2011, p. 263).
Secondly, another form of narratives are moral narratives, which provide accounts of (and help to
constitute) changes between the person, the illness and social identity, and which help to (re) establish
the moral status of the individual or help to maintain social distance (Bury 2011, p. 263). Lastly, Bury
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The narratives that have been outlined through this research study take the forms of contingent, moral
and core narratives.
Although there is an abundance of previous research conducted on the effects of marijuana use on
work/school (Earleywine 2002, Neinstein 2002, Roffman, R, Stephens, R Marlatt G 2006), the
participants involved continue to have both positive and negative accounts for marijuana use on work
and school. The various detrimental effects range from the effects that marijuana has such as the
changes of capabilities that are required for activities such as work and/or study. These include
motivation, memory and cognition and also capabilities of vehicle operation for work including visual
perception and divided attention. The use of marijuana has been found to have a range of harmful
effects on the health state of an individual, which can affect work ability (Smith et al. 2013). Involved
in this are the potential for a progression to harder drugs, mental illness, worsened immune function,
lung cancer and brain tissue damage (Earleywine 2002). However, some researchers do not believe
that all the side effects of marijuana use have negative consequences. For example (Aronson 2009)
believes that it has a significant positive contribution in medical value with the treatment of conditions
that may be detrimental to work ability. These include issues such as pain, nausea, appetite loss and
neurological disorders.
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Inchoate Crime Research Paper
Simone Limas
Prof. Turner
ADMJ 4 0556
1 October 2017
Inchoate Crimes: A closer look at criminal attempt
The criminal justice system is continually looking for ways to take preventative measures to halt crime
before it happens however when faced with defining attempted crimes the courts have found it
difficult to determine when an action should be punished the same or lesser than a completed crime.
However, there are three types of inchoate crimes that can be punishable by law as these crimes are
the beginning steps of the crime. The three types of offenses include solicitation defined as persuading
or encouraging one to commit a crime, conspiracy which is the agreement to commit crime and
possibly act on agreement and attempt is the unsuccessful ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In addition, attempt has two different subcategories of attempt that are punishable by law. Complete
attempt also known as imperfect attempt is when the individual covers all steps to commit crime but
fails to follow through, an example of a complete attempt is if a shooter misses his target in a drive by
attempt. An incomplete attempt is if the individual is forced to abandon the attempted crime due to
reasons beyond one s control, an example of an incomplete attempt is if the shooter had to abandon
location because of known whereabouts by the police. Although, there is a third type of attempt
known as the impossible attempt in which the attempt could have been completed had the scenario
played out correctly such as if the shooter shot at the targets location and target is not present however
this attempt is not a defense in an attempt to commit a crime.
Impossible attempts otherwise known as factual impossibility cannot be used as a defense for criminal
attempt and is not recognized by the Moral Penal Code. Another type of impossibility is inherent
possibility in which the act could never be achieved. However, factual impossibility and inherent
impossibility should not be confused with legal impossibility. The term legal impossibility refers to
when an individual commits an act that they believe is illegal however the act is not although type of
impossibility can be used as a
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Mark Antony s Use Of Persuasion In Julius Caesar
Persuasion is often more effectual than force (Aesop). Nearly 600 years before the assassination of
Julius Caesar, the famous Greek fabulist Aesop knew the power of persuading others. From then until
now, persuasion is a huge part of everyday life. Examples of persuasion include advertisements incall
forms of media: books, billboards, and especially speeches. One of the most celebrated speeches in
literary history is the one given by Mark Antony at the funeral of Julius Caesar in William
Shakespeare s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. The techniques that Antony uses are the predominant
reasons why his monologue resonated with his audience and why he was able to turn the citizens
against the murderers and Brutus. Antony s speech is an effective ... Show more content on
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Repetition is a powerful form of persuasion that reinforces the speaker s message by repeating words,
sentences, and information. This can influence the reader s attitude toward a particular character or
event. During Mark Antony s speech, he continuously exclaims, But Brutus says he [Caesar] was
ambitious, And Brutus is an honorable man... Yet Brutus says he [Caesar] was ambitious,
And Brutus is an honorable man.
(III.ii.14,15,21,22)
Antony constantly reminds the crowd that Brutus was an honorable man while proving to the people
of Rome that Brutus was actually wrong about Caesar s ambition. This shows how Antony s repetition
as a form of sarcasm was so effective. He clearly states that Brutus is an honorable man, but when he
states this, he is simply mocking him and proving to the crowd that he, in fact, is not an honorable
man. Not only was Brutus wrong about Caesar in general, he was also wrong about killing Caesar.
Antony s speech states,
Did this in Caesar seem ambitious?
When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept;
Ambition should be made of sterner stuff.
Yet Brutus says he was ambitious;...
I thrice presented him a kingly
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Once stranded on an island, a group of boys become...
Once stranded on an island, a group of boys become separated. Two of them are together, others are
dispersed. The two boys who are together need a way to pull the others onto the beach to have a
meeting. They look over the lagoon, and they see the perfect thing to do this with: a beautiful, colorful
conch shell.
The two boys worked together to retrieve the shell. In color the shell was deep cream, touched here
and there with fading pink. Between the point, worn away into a little hole, and the pink lips of the
mouth, lay eighteen inches of shell with a slight spiral twist and covered with a delicate, embossed
pattern. Ralph shook sand out of the deep tube. (Golding page 16) The fair colored boy, Ralph, blew
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Ralph would be holding the conch, Jack would take it, and Piggy would try to talk whichever had the
conch out of making rash decisions. Eventually, the island becomes divided between Ralph s friends
and followers, and Jack s friends and followers. Ralph, as the elected chief, along with Piggy, keeps
the conch. The island s diplomatic issues get worse and worse, and both sides want the conch. Ralph
still values the conch as the source of power and order, even after order is lost, and so does Jack. Jack
is a savage at this point in the story, and doesn t care about order, until he sees Ralph s power through
this diplomacy and order. The hunters, led by Jack, eventually destroy the conch as a whole thing and
smash it to pieces, and the order upheld by the conch is officially lost. The two tribes of boys are now
basically two completely different groups. They are not on good terms, and all friendships have been
shattered, just like the conch. The conch often symbolized things; order and authority. The order that
was once upheld by the conch was very important to the story, however. When the island first
separated, they thought they had lost power. Ralph said, If I blow the conch and they don t come back;
then we ve had it. We shan t keep the fire going. We ll be like animals. We ll never be rescued.
(Golding page 92) These boys did value the conch, and it almost became like their god or idol. They
all respected
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American Plantation Social Classes
Social classes have existed throughout all of history. The categorizing of slaves on American
Plantations is often overlooked, but there were in fact many levels of slave classes. The use of a class
system helped plantation owners to punish and reward their slaves as well as to keep their business
organized. The lowest class of slaves was those who did field labor. They had the poorest food,
housing, and clothes. These bad conditions motivated them to work harder to earn better positions.
The second class of slaves was the boatmen and the cooks. They had slightly better food, clothing, and
housing than the field labors. Their fear being debunked back to the field labor prevented them from
disobeying. The next class of slaves was the skilled
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Examples Of Abusing In Rappaccini s Tale Beatrice
Quoc Dinh, Ninh
Prof: James Boswell, Jr
ENGL 101 CRN 20308
Final Exam Beatrice. The victim of abusing. In Rappaccini s Daughter tale, Beatrice is a victim of the
abuse from her father. Dr. Rappaccini, with the reckless of mankind on the experiments is the primary
cause to the death of Beatrice. Instead, apply the knowledge of science for good cause. Rappaccini
have convert the advance as a weapon by studies on his daughter. The unequal of precaution at the
garden. For example, Dr, Rappaccini wear a pair of thick glove, and a mask when he came to
magnificent plant. But for Beatrice, the plant was considering as her sister. Therefore, she have not
hesitate to approach. Because of this, Beatrice has absorbs the odor leading her to the isolation
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Theme Of Madame Bovary
In Madame Bovary, Flaubert manipulates the settings in order to illustrate the progression of Emma s
deteriorating state of mind. Each location within Emma s world holds a distinct reality and expectation
she must live according to, due to the strong influence it has on her state of mind. Within each city
Emma undergoes specific types of emotions and attachments that essentially become the drive to her
great depression. Tostes, Yonville, Rouen, and Paris bind together for a single purpose in order to
display the overall theme of dissatisfaction and repression, which ultimately become the reason for
Emma s ironic death.
The city of Tostes commences the start of Emma s journey by serving as an actual representation of
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THe ball serves as a reflection upon her perfectionism and idealism, cultivated in a separate, outside
world she s left only to imagine. It mirrors her extreme naivete when she observes each and every
detail of the ball such as, the clear complexion that is heightened by the pallor of porcelain, the
shimmer of satin, and the veneer of old furniture (35). Emma s distinctive vivid imagination results in
an interference within reality when Charles discovers the cigar case with a green silk border (37) on
their way home from the ball at La Vaubyessard. For Emma, the case comes to symbolize all the
allure, sentimental relationship of the ball itself, and the universe of highborn simplicity and
extravagance it represents. Despite the fact that, she sees the physical, subtle elements of the ideal
setting of the ball, she doesn t consider the entanglements of what this sort of way of life may bring
desire, triviality, or depression. The unfulfilled desires experienced from the sumptuous ball result in
Emma s frustration increasing as she comes to notice that her longing for an upscale lifestyle soon
become diminished by the deterioration of her state of
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Identity In Walt Whitman s From Song Of Myself
Author Walt Whitman wrote a poem called From Song Of Myself , where he discusses all the things in
life that surround him, and how his identity is reflected. His poem is mainly focused on him and his
enjoyment in life. I celebrate myself, and sing myself... (488). This quote starts his poem in a joyful
mood, where the reader is ready to embark on his reasoning of why he celebrates himself. However,
there is a pattern where the tone goes from light and cheerful to being dull and dark. In one stanza he
proclaims Houses and rooms are full of perfumes...I breathe the fragrance myself and know i like it
(488), then the next stanza he states The atmosphere is not a perfume, it has no taste of distillation..
(488). There is an obvious change in
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Plato Capital Punishment
Early eightieth century BC records of legalised death penalty laws have been uncovered in the Code
of King Hammaurabi of Babylon, which codified the death penalty for 25 different crimes. Famous
philosophers Plato and Bentham have given their ethical viewpoints; from there assumptions can be
drawn on their views on capital punishment. The Catholic Church also has its Anti death penalty
position. Capital punishment has been a part of human communal society for centuries. Within these
three ethical viewpoints society can use them as scopes as to whether it should be acceptable in their
community. Contextual analysis is paramount to being able to apply these ethical thought methods to a
contemporary issue. Many that live deserve death. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Their differences strike in their thought process and in what the rehabilitation would entail. In terms of
context Bentham is straight up against capital punishment that causes suffering and strongly opposes
it. He also spent more time on it then any of his rival or competing philosophers of his time. He
comments in his commentary According to Bentham, a punishment, like any other legal practice, must
be morally justified in terms of its conduciveness to the appropriate end. Bentham wanted laws that
augmented total happiness of the community as his theory on punishment is that they need to justified
and rationale and that in it will generate happiness. Plato however had a structure in place, firstly an
orator (similar to a lawyer) would request that person stand trial in front of a court, rather than that
person going to be put to death they instead would be given a timoria or a trial of retribution similar to
getting rehabilitated or being put on parole. While some major offences of his time were still worth
capital punishment Plato stressed that if it is possible and there is a chance for rehabilitation then that
person deserves it. Comparing both philosophers both can be classed as anti capital punishment as
while Plato does condone the use of capital punishment it is only for serious crimes, Laws prescribes
capital
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Taking a Look at Government Surveillance
Government Surveillance
Government Surveillance, a way that the government says that will keep you safe from foreign
dangers like terrorist attacks, espionage, and perhaps a international war. However you have to
sacrifice your private life, and business for increased protection and surveillance.
Government surveillance, defined by dictionary.com as a noun that states
Close observation or supervision maintained over a person, group, etc, especially one in custody or
under suspicion (Merriam webster.com) the word was also taken from the French word surveiller that
means to watch over and was adopted and changed as the English word surveillance.
Government surveillance has been with us ever since the start of groups, dynasties, government and
more. Back then, in the medieval ages like in the sixteenth century. Surveillance was hardly
surveillance at all. Regular people paid by the enemy, or nation diplomats, or just amateur people
looking for easy money, all mostly did it. As the timeline grows closer to the present. There are factors
that have made up the system that now controversially exists in America as Government Surveillance.
The Timeline starts in 1791, when the 13 colonies still existed. But are now rebelling against the
British where in that year congress passed down the Bill of Rights and the fourth Amendment saying
that it protects every and any citizen of America the right to not be searched in house or work in
unreasonable cases. 137 years
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Sense Of Sesponsibility And Sense And Sensibility
The most relatable novel to Austen s Pride and Prejudice is her earlier novel Sense and Sensibility
written in 1811. The largest comparisons that can be made are the function of screens that shelter, the
distinction of being sensible and having sensibility, as well as the necessity of wealth to determine
character.
According to Sally Palmer, Austen is using fire screens as a symbol for characters who are trying to
shield potentially heated emotional outburst or the intense heat of social discourse that would ruin
evanescent happiness. The two characters that symbolize this would be Mr. Darcy and Elinor
Dashwood of Sense and Sensibility. Darcy wants to protect all he cares about including Mr. Bingley,
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The author Inger Sigrun Brodey, a reputable JASNA s North American Scholar who is a frequent
speaker at Jane Austen Society meetings, writes in the article Making sense of sensibility. from
Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal that Marianne Dashwood symbolizes sensibility and her sister
Elinor represents common sense. Marianne shares many similarities with Lydia Bennet, the youngest
daughter in Pride and Prejudice. Both believe their world is naturally good without corruption such as
greed and lust to mar it. Both have foibles that strangers generally are naturally good. However, in
actuality there are very good actors that manipulate the vulnerable. Humans have a way of being
imminently selfish and Austen is depicting it with the characters such as the dastardly Mr. Wickham of
Pride and Prejudice and thoughtless Mr. Willoughby of Sense and Sensibility. Both men affect their
counterparts in a negative way and take advantage of the situation. This creates a bias of distrustful
feelings, that sympathy may be able to heal, but society might think is self absorption. Nonetheless,
pity is created for the poor creatures. In fact, it is sensibility or empathy that is necessary to have a
deeper connection like love or hate, and it is fear of rejection that may be the culprit of a hesitancy to
love. This relates to the larger picture of the transition between the Enlightenment and Romanticism,
sense contrasts sensibility because sense has logic and sensibility is fueled by emotional reactions
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Leadership Autobiography
Sports have always been a major aspect of my life. My passion stems from my own parents who
played sports throughout their lives and encouraged their children to do so. Many of my earliest
memories are of me watching my brother play little league baseball and wanting nothing more than to
be on the field with him. This desire was what prompted me to sign up for softball. I have played
softball since the 3rd grade. Although this may sound cliché, it really has taught me the importance of
working as a team. One player cannot win the game, it takes the team to throw a runner out at first or
sacrifice bunt in order to score a run. From a leadership perspective, I have learned that in order to be
a good leader, you must lead by example first. It
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Juvenile Crime
Imagine two innocent young children; one girl, age seven and the other, a boy, age nine. The two are
playing video games inside on a snowy, frigid day. After, the young girl s father, Richard Ratti, ended
the festivities a seven year old, Jessica Ratti went outside to ride a snow mobile with her best friend.
The nine year old boy, identified as Cameron Kocher, enraged at his parents for not allowing him to
participate stormed home, unlocked his father s gun cabinet, and stalked to a window where he
delivered the shots that ended Jessica Ratti s life. Cameron, who showed no remorse for his previous
wrong doings, was interchanged from juvenile and adult court, at least once. However, the judge
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Following a steady decline since 2006, the Juvenile violent Crimes Index arrest rate reached a new
historic low point in 2014. However, crime rates in the 1980 s was comparatively lower than the
recent years. The arrest rate may have lowered, but this could mean that children are becoming more
efficient criminals. Which is why we need to reinforce the juvenile justice system. A quote from
Hanna Chiou further fortifies this statement. ...if our justice system uses mental incompetency as the
reason juveniles have their own separate and more lenient court, why aren t 40 year olds with the mind
of a 10 year old prosecuted in the juvenile justice system... (Chiou 130).Another quote from Chiou
expresses the same fact: ...fully competent and mature juveniles are fully capable of committing the
same crime as a competent adult. (Chiou 141). Why is it that in the eyes of society even children with
high intelligence, who are fully competent, that have malignant motives for committing these
vehement crimes receive gentle treatment, or a mere pop or the wrist? Why is it that age means
automatic innocence? Children who commit these crimes have obviously chose so. Remember: Young
people have to obey the same laws as adults. ( Juvenile Crime 167). So why exactly would you not
treat a well functioning child how he or she should be
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Reasons for Allied Victory in World War One
The extent to which a country can establish and retain a state of Total War inevitably leads to victory.
In World War 1, the allied forces ability to achieve this resulted in their success. The production of
munitions and American funding, resource allocation and the British Blockade, gave the allies a clear
advantage on the home front. The utilization of the superior weaponry and manpower as well as
improved tactics on the battlefront gave the allies an upper hand in this war of attrition. The final loss
of German morale on both the home and battlefronts, directly influenced by allied propaganda, the
arrival of the Americans and Germany s political instability, led to the cessation of the war and thus,
allied victory. The allied and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
These strategies were then consolidated in 1918. The allies also adopted the use of Gas, it being one of
the most feared weapons. Source B depicts the use of gas masks. As gas was used frequently, allied
soldiers would often wear their masks as a precautionary measure, especially when firing machine
guns, like the source shows. The allied forces superior manpower aided in the war of attrition that
WW1 had become. The allies could gain troops from a number of nations as by the end of the War,
over 32 countries were supporting them. Germany was by then fighting alone. As source C displays,
despite the fact that the allies had more military deaths than that of the central powers, their population
was around eight times larger, thus allowing this high loss of life. The Allied forces essentially had
more personnel, weaponry and munitions supplies. This, along with their ability to develop tactics and
engage all elements of the battlefront, supported the perpetuation of Total War and the allies victory.
The loss of German morale on both the home and battlefronts greatly affected the outcome of the war.
This diminution of confidence was directly related to allied propaganda, the entrance of the Americans
to WW1 and the political instability of Germany. The lack of food supplies due to the British
Blockade and increasing casualty lists begun to make an impact on German morale. This, combined
with the allies
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The Negative Impacts Of Globalization
The Negative Impacts of Globalization
Across the world, globalization is one of the most significant aspects that has occurred over the last
fifty years. It allows a country to integrate economically with other countries through a global network
comprised of people, trade, and transportation. With the global landscape only becoming more
intertwined, globalization and its inherent pros and cons seem to be here to stay. In many areas, global
powers tend to lack in rectifying the negative aspects and only focus on the positive side. America, for
example, is a leader in the globalization efforts, even though it has greatly effected job opportunities at
home, widening income gaps, and an increased standard of living due to fluctuating world markets.
America has been involved in globalization since before its conception as colonist relied heavily on
trade. Osland states that even, during the 15th century, voyages were made by explorers who were
funded by the European monarchs to seek new trade routes (Osland 137). The colonist eventually
began trading with natives as they bartered for spices and treasures in exchange for anything that the
natives deemed of use. Eventually, trade companies were established to control the flow of more
products and it only expanded from there. After World War 2, world banks were created to help with
the post war clean up and the global markets began to gain power as trade became a priority for most
countries.
A major globalization agenda is to
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Analysis Of `` Separating, All Winter Sundays, And We Are...
The theme Regret and Loss in Separating, Those Winter Sundays, and We are Virginia Tech Those
Winter Sundays, Separating, and We are Virginia Tech were written by three different authors, each
having their own unique styles and personality reflected in their works. The short story Separating,
written by John Updike was published in 1974, it was written in the third person point of view. John
Updike was considered as one of the greatest American fiction writer of his generation due to his
unique prose style, rich description and language. His short story, explores themes such as regret,
anger and self interest. Both We are Virginia Tech and Those Winter Sundays are written in first
person point of view. Those Winter Sundays is a work of Robert Hayden, and was published in the
year 1966. The poem explores the topic of sacrifice and regret; the tone being, one of bitterness. We
are Virginia Tech is a convocation address, delivered on the 17th of April 2007, by Nikki Giovanni.
This convocation address, carries the message of hope, unity, and regret. Each of these work carry
various emotions, displayed in a multitude of colored style and language which the writers explores
throughout their work; the common theme being Regret and Loss. We do not understand this tragedy.
We know we did nothing to deserve it..., is a line from Nikki Giovanni s convocation address; it
highlights one of the messages she tried to convey in her short narrative essay. That is, regret and a
sense
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Television And Reality Television Shows Essay
The media as a whole has been a huge impact on their viewers lives. People do not just watch a
television show, they tend to normalize the characters and their roles into their day to day lives. When
analyzing the media and focusing on drama and reality television shows, the impact that these shows
have on some of their women viewers are noticeable. Television drama shows are fictions that the
average person can relate to. They are made with real life problems that people can sympathize with.
Television dramas have become the newest therapy to people. People go to these over dramatized
shows for the answer to their problems. Most tend to forget that these are fictional television shows,
meaning they are made up characters with false problems. These shows tend to show women as the
house wife, pretty and skinny, and powerful but weak minded. When looking at reality television
although it is unscripted and tend to be real life situations, producers do pick out cast that are not
relatable to and unlike the average person. On television dramas and reality shows men tend to be
shown as dominating women in relationships, as women are shown as the men s trophy. Also, as a
whole television dramas and reality shows show women as sexy figures, emotionally unstable, and
less than a man which effects their everyday lives. Television dramas and reality shows has a negative
effect on female views by showing them in a negative light.
Since women made an appearance on television shows,
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Advantages And Uses Of MATLAB
5. Implementation Tool
MATLAB (MATRIX LABORATORY) is a numerical computing environment and fourth generation
programming language. Developed by Math Works, MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting
of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with
programs written in other languages, including C, C++, and FORTRAN. Although MATLAB is
intended primarily for numerical computing, an optional toolbox uses the MuPAD symbolic engine,
allowing access to symbolic computing capabilities. An additional package, Simulink, adds graphical
multi domain simulation and Model Based Design for dynamic and embedded systems.
In 2004, MATLAB had around one million users across industry and academia. MATLAB users come
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It integrates computation, visualization, and programming environment. Furthermore, MATLAB is a
modern programming language environment: it has sophisticated data structures, contains built in
editing and debugging tools, and supports object oriented programming. These factors make
MATLAB an excellent tool for teaching and research. MATLAB has many advantages compared to
conventional computer languages (e.g., C, FORTRAN) for solving technical problems. MATLAB is
an interactive system whose basic data element is an array that does not require dimensioning. The
software package has been commercially available since 1984 and is now considered as a standard
tool at most universities and industries worldwide. It has powerful built in routines that enable a very
wide variety of computations. It also has easy to use graphics commands that make the visualization
of results immediately available. Specific applications are collected in packages referred to as toolbox.
There are toolboxes for signal processing, symbolic computation, control theory, simulation,
optimization, and several other fields of applied science and
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Why Are Heroes Bad
The tendency for us to want of need heroes and villains impacts us dramatically in a number of ways.
Firstly, the heroes that we have, especially as children, do affect us dramatically in our behaviour
towards others and views on ourselves. One of the major problems with this is that we don t choose
the right people to idolised a lot of the time, which in turn reflects on our societal values needing to be
deeply questioned. Take a sports star, for example. A huge number of children will grow up having a
sports star or stars affecting their attitudes and values. These athletes can no doubt have some very
positive impacts, as many of them come from poverty or tough circumstances. It s these athletes that
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The way our heroes and idols act has a strong influence on how we behave as well. This can be seen in
many circumstances with the most obvious being celebrities setting trends. The caricatures we create
can also be very harmful to ourselves. Another example of negative role models is kids growing up in
a ghetto often idolise local gang members. This tends to lead to those same kids replicating gang
member behaviour, murdering, stealing and raping. The end result is some of these kids either in jail
or dead. This is a huge problem in our society. We value people with self centered and lack of empathy
not because we value these qualities within the person, but we look up to the people that are revolting
against the systems and cycles of poverty and pain that we are trapped in. Young children in
impoverished areas look up to gang members because they see that even though they started from
nothing, as they did, they became part of something that stands up to the idea that all they will ever be
is at the bottom of the food chain, picking up the scraps others have left behind. For this reason, it s
easy to see why these common thugs are idolised, they have respect and this is something that every
person wants, especially people that aren t given any. However, it does not do us any good to look up
to people that slip through the cracks of the system, but rather we should try to change the system so
this build up of resentment between different facets of society does not
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How Did Isolationist Sentiment Influence US Foreign Policy...
As the United States went through two World Wars between 1914 and 1941, isolationist sentiment had
a large influence on US foreign policy. There were many causes for such isolationist beliefs as the era
included many significant changes. The main change that Americans experienced during this time
period was the immense difference in the decades, with a roaring economy in the 1920s following the
first World War and a Great Depression in the 1930s which would end with the start of the second
World War. With such large changes occurring within the lives of Americans during this entire period
of time, isolationist sentiment rose. As such beliefs became widespread, US foreign policy became
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With such events occurring quickly in such a small time period, the second World War came as a
massive shock. Yet again, Americans called for isolationism and neutrality as they believed America
should focus on ending the Great Depression, not worrying about and dealing with the international
issues of other nations and peoples. By analyzing Document 5, it is clear that many Americans still
believe in isolationism during the Great Depression. Bennett Champ Clark states in his Defense of the
First Neutrality Act that the desire to keep the United States from becoming involved in any war
between foreign nations seems practically unanimous among the rank and file of American citizens.
Americans influenced the US foreign policy yet again as the First Neutrality Act was passed in 1935.
By analyzing Document 6, it is clear that President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the choices he made
were still influenced by isolationist sentiment as he states in his Quarantine Speech that it is my
determination to adopt every practicable measure to avoid involvement in war. However, it is clear in
President Roosevelt s speech that he knew that entering the war was inevitable as he states that the
peace of the world and the welfare and security of every nation, including our own is today being
threatened by that very thing (war). Although the United States tried its best to not enter the second
World War for many years, it could not avoided by the end of 1941. On December 7, 1941, Pearl
Harbor was bombed by the Japanese. The federal government s response to this attack can be analyzed
in Document 7, President Roosevelt s Pearl Harbor Address to the Congress of the United States. In
response to the attack, Roosevelt calls for Congress to declare . . . a state of war has existed between
the United States and the
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Duality In Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde
There are two sides to every person, and that is expressed largely in the book, The Strange Case of Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Duality is also expressed in the play, Romeo and
Juliet, by William Shakespeare. The book Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde talks about how man has two
natures, a good nature and an evil nature. The statement, I stood already committed to a profound
duplicity of life (Stevenson, 123) expresses this. Henry Jekyll was a good man; he helped people. H
had great friends, was very intelligent and a respected doctor in London. Henry also had another side
to himself, and he named that side Hyde. Hyde was an evil looking man. People said he had a hint of
deformity but no one could say what was deformed about him. He was not a respected man; he was
hated by people that he met. He engaged in all manner of evil acts. He did terrible things that
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Friar Lawrence compares man to plant. The Friar expressed the duality found in nature when he says,
In man as well as herbs, grace and rude will; (II,III, 28 Shakespeare). Friar Lawrence also talks to
Juliet about how one small pretty flower holds the power to kill or heal: Within the infant rind of this
small flower poison hath residence and medicine in man as well as herbs, grace and rude will... (II, II,
23 31 Shakespeare). There is evil in beauty and beauty in evil. This is comparable to where Jekyll and
Hyde live. Hyde lives in a pretty neighborhood with a nice courtyard and shops, but when one see
Hyde s house it is the complete opposite of the neighborhood; it is old and decrepit; the paint is
peeling and the door has no knob. This is an example of evil or ugliness in beauty. Jekyll lives in this
older part of the city. The buildings are run down, but when you see Henry Jekyll s house, it is
beautiful. This is an example of beauty living alongside
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Orson Welles And Citizen Kane
A film released in 1941 that tells the story of a man thrown into high social class. The audience
witnesses the predicament of a man, who is split in half between his polar personalities. Charles Foster
Kane has recently died and the predicament of interpreting his life and its meaning is left upon a
single reporter. ...A group of prominent films critics were asked to list the greatest directors and the
greatest films, Orson Welles and Citizen Kane both came in first (Carringer 32). Orson Welles
produces, co wrote, directed, and starred in the great American classic film, Citizen Kane, at the age of
26. Throughout this entire film, the audience is morally challenged along with being entertained about
the rise and fall of an American hero or villain depending on which way you look at it. It is
unquestioned that this film achieved great things in cinema. Welles utilizes the techniques of deep
focus, close ups, visual symbolism, and using several perspectives to tell the story of Charles Foster
Kane.
Citizen Kane contributed to the cinema world the most with its use of deep focus. This technique is
interesting in the fact that it includes everything in the frame, even the background, in focus all at
once. Welles was forced to combine lighting, shadowing, and using different lenses to produce this
effect. French theorist Andre Bazin described this technique as a dialectical leap forward in the
language of cinema, allowing directors to preserve realism and ambiguity of
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Clean The Bore Research Paper
There are two reasons to clean the bore of any firearm. It improves accuracy and putting away a gun
with a dirty bore is courting the formation of rust which will cause pitting, thus ruining a valuable
barrel. Frequent cleaning of firearms and barrels reduces fouling buildup, makes fouling removal
easier, and reduces the chance of bore damage to firearms. When cleaning a bore of a barrel you will
first need a quality one piece straight rod of the correct diameter for the caliber.The rod needs to be
just long enough to accommodate the length of barrel you are cleaning. Second is a quality bore guide
made for an Ar platform style guns these replace the bolt carrier and some are tight fitting with O rings
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With bore brushes, make sure the windings in the middle of the brush never terminate at the front,
exposing their rough ends that can dig into the bore. Ammonia free Windex is used after each cleaning
to remove two types of solvents. Petroleum based bore solvents can contribute to carbon fouling.
Copper solvents have ammonia in them and trace ammonia left in the bore can combine with
chemicals in the burning of gunpowder to form a substance corrosive to barrel steel. Avoid mixing
different brands of solvents. First, bore brushes offer the greatest resistance on the first use.
Thoroughly flush the crud out and reuse them until they wear out. Be careful because flex from the
cleaning rod equals more potential damage to the bore. You can push a patch forward until it almost
exits the muzzle and then pull it back to the front of the chamber. Flex can come from the second time
you stop pulling it and begin pushing it forward. back and forth scrubbing will cause rod flex that
wears at the lands. Also be advised If you yank back there is a good chance of boogering the bottom
surface of the
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Righteousness In Genesis
Starting in the latter half of the fourth chapter of Genesis, the line of Cain is presented as being wicked
and displaying a lack of regard for God. The fifth chapter, however, offers a light in a dark tunnel with
the line of Seth. Amongst the line of Seth, men began to seek after God and call upon His name (cf.
Gen. 4:26). Enoch, for example, would come to characterize Seth s line and contrast individuals like
Lamech in Cain s line. Noah would also be a descendant of Seth and would be allowed by God to
continue the human race despite the flood. However, the righteousness contained within Seth s line
would not persist for long. Picking up in the sixth chapter of Genesis, the sons of God saw the
daughters of men, that they were fair; and they
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Components Of A Successful Business System
There is the need to know what a business system is and how to construct useful systems and
measures to run a business. A system is a process, technique, or an action intended to accomplish a
detailed result.. Establishing a valuable business systems helps attain outcomes that are unfailing,
assessable, and eventually do good for customers. Systems and processes are the vital initiative of
your company, whether you notice is or not. Every aspect of your business is associated with a system
that can be directed or enhanced by the use of good principles. The idea of effective business systems
is simply a realistic way to handle the significant or vital information of your business. A business
system can be very simple to, However, the more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A company must therefore take the necessary precautions not to fall victims to these problems since
they can reduce productivity and customer satisfaction. The next paragraph talks about Verizon
company and the business system problems or challenges they face and how some of these problems
could be solved. Telecommunications has evolved from an easy technique of voice communication to
one of the most significant means that our humanity uses to connect. Consequently, cell phones and
wireless gadgets have come to replace and dominate the realm of technology. One of such companies
heading and leading towards that direction Verizon. Verizon is headquartered in New York and
employs over 235,000 people who operate in Verizon wireless, wire line and Verizon business.
Verizon s primary aim or objective is to transform communications by steering in a new age in wire
line and wireless broadband connectivity. They are changing the lives of its customers by providing
them with best possible communications experience at home, work or on the go as far as their
networks, products and services are concerned. Verizon s tactical business investments have given
birth to the nation s most dependable wireless voice network, established innovative mobile products
and produced over 45 million devoted customers.
Aside all this Verizon faces a lot of business system problems. Some of these include customer
dissatisfaction. Most customers
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And Hellfire Is Their Name By Stan Lee
The second page of Stan Lee s And Hellfire Is Their Name , is set outside Angel s secret hideout,
taking place near a remote mountainous region of New Mexico. All of the X Men traveled there due to
something urgent that needed to be discussed with Angel (reason not specified). The first sequence of
panels started off with the introduction of the hideout, but rapidly changed pace when Angel and Jean
started kissing each other. This was quickly broken up by Angel s current girlfriend. Embarrassed,
Angel changed topics and picked up Cyclops, flying away to a more secure spot to discuss the
problem at hand. After reading these panels multiple times, it was clear that they displayed some
defining characteristics. In the first and last scenes the
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Why Do Americans Already Enjoy Living Standards
#1. Americans already enjoy living standards that far exceed world averages. Do we have enough?
Should we even try to produce more? I think it is vital that Americans always continue to strive for
prosperity because our economy is so market driven. Without the motivational drive for increasing
output we would begin to lose vital elements behind our overall production in the United States.
Although, I think it is important that we remember the goods and services that our lower class enjoys
are considered luxuries in the poorer population of many other nations.
Summing up my point I d say we have enough but we must continue to treasure the mentality of
wanting more because it made our current standards of living possible.
#2. Why is GDP
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A Doll s House By Henrik Ibsen
Realism is a theatrical movement during the 19th century, illustrating a story without artificial and
supernatural elements, in other words, a realism play would show things that happen in our everyday
life, much like naturalism. We can distinguish realism from other theatrical movements by the facts
that its characters are believable to be the everyday type, the costumes are authentic to the time period
being illustrated, the setting is based in only one location that is as close to our everyday life as
possible, and because the story happens within 24 hours and only has one story line.
There are many similarities between realism and naturalism. Some of those similarities are that both
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Although it was not until the mid 1900 that modern realism really emerged. By the 1950s, the box set
with three walls was introduced and popularized. The box set is a way to stage something so that it
creates the illusion of an interior room on the stage.
An important name during the modern realism movement is Henrik Ibsen. Ibsen is now considered the
founder of modern realism. Ibsen owes his title to his most famous play A Doll s House featuring the
the taboo and deep seeded unrest in women of the time (1). In other words, Ibsen illustrated the
everyday lives of his middle class audience.
In doing so, Ibsen was soon followed by the Russians Chekhov and Gorky. Both writers were
founders of the socialist realism, which is a style with the purpose of spreading the goals of socialism
and communism. Chekhov and Gorky wrote about the boredom of the uneventful lives of the middle
class, and later on they would portray the poorest classes as a suffering and working class. Gorky
wrote The Lower Depths , which illustrated the working class and their living conditions. On the other
hand, Chekhov wrote Three Sisters or even The Lady With the Dog , which portrayed the life of the
middle class. All of those plays are now considered masterpieces of the socialist realism
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Personal Privacy or National Security
Personal Privacy or National Security
William Shelton
ENG122: English Composition
Prof. Lisa Clark
August 7, 2012
Defining National Security VS Personal Privacy is a matter of looking at the basic nature of each.
From research collected there is a consensus that we need balance. Too much of one hurts the other
and vise versa. There are a couple of articles that range from Civil Liberties to the birth of public right
to know that support the overall claim. Talks about the effects of censorship in different situations like
war and peace will help prove that a balance needs to be forged. The problem here isn t the definition
of personal vs national security, but the survival of each in light of each other. There is history in our
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This kind of action is completely unnecessary and undermines our Fourth Amendment. National
security is the ability to protect our borders through homeland security while upholding the rights of
nation. Privacy when openly tampered with is distorted. Nobody acts the same knowingly being
watched. Information finds another way. There have been studies on lesser issues like workers. There
is more productivity when people think they are being watched. The same when our liberties are at
stake. What are people to do when it s done for the wrong reasons? Like when an African American
see s a sign that separates white and color bathrooms. Another would be when the Jews were forced to
where a star then live separately in their own projects. The US jokes about our nation being like
fraternity. Every new group gets picked on. The Jew s for being good with money. The Mexicans for
being illegal s and now it s the Arab s turn. But Arab s are all terrorist somehow. We have seen terror
before from the Unabomber, the KKK, and columbine shooting. How do we keep up with inflation?
The government finds one way to gather information and terrorist adapt. When civil liberties get
trampled in the process more anti American groups rise to the occasion creating more danger inside
America and out. A different example can be Adolf Hitler as a ruthless dictator and his main success
as a dictator was propaganda. It
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Confidentiality And Conflict Of Interest
Introduction
Chapter 6 in the Introduction to Engineering Ethics book by Martin and Schinzinger covers the ethical
behavior of engineers in regard to working for a company. This includes confidentiality and conflict of
interest, teamwork, employee right and employer right. Each of these sections will be covered
separately, and their impact on Senior Design Project 3 will be considered.
Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest The first section of chapter 6 covers non disclosure of
company information and its relation to employees. Companies possess proprietary information and
trade secrets, and engineers have access to this information. To prevent the transfer of this information
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This type of file from a company cannot legally be decompiled, so knowing what the actual code
executed by function calls is not possible. We were unable to effectively troubleshoot problems when
they arose since we could not see the code. However, the compiling of this code did protect the
company secrets effectively.
Teamwork and Rights Section two of chapter 6 covers teamwork in a corporate setting, as well as
employer and employee rights. To promote the morally responsible actions of employees, corporations
need to promote an ethical work climate. Four main tenants of an ethical workplace are presented. The
first is that both employees and managers acknowledge ethical values, and that responsibilities to
stockholders, customers, and other stakeholders are kept. The second tenant is the use of ethical
language in corporate dialog, such as introducing a code of ethics. Third, managers need to set a moral
tone in actions and words, and through examples and personal behavior. Finally, companies should
have a conflict resolution procedure. Loyalty is also covered in section 2 of the chapter. Loyalty to the
employer is discussed, which includes both agency loyalty and attitude loyalty. Above all, engineers
loyalty remains with the public according to the National Society of Professional Engineers. In their
code of ethics, they state engineers should hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of
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Bullies Vs Dictators
Your typical school bully and a country s dictator, what s the difference? When asked this question
many said, One rules the school, while the other one rules a country. . The truth is, there are many
differences between the two, but with differences comes similarities. What are some differences
between these two tyrannical figures? First, we need to know what a dictator and a school bully is. A
dictator is a ruler with total power over a country. One of the most well known dictators is Adolf
Hitler. Adolf was a dictator who was considered the most terrifying man of his time . A school bully is
a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker. Now that you know
the definitions of each, we can go on into the differences between the two. The most important
difference between the two is why they treat people inadequately. School bullies overpower people
because they feel insecure about themselves. Dictators, on the other hand, treat people atrociously
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The initial similarity is their personalities. School bullies and dictators have a conceited, haughty
personalities. Nevertheless, this makes them think they are superior. Secondly, a school bully and a
dictator abuse, control, intimidate, and force others. A school bully forces people to abide by their
rules, even if they are against the law. A dictator also forces people to act in accordance with their
laws. If they contravene, they will have to face the consequences. Ultimately, a school bully and a
dictator are both excellent speakers. Both figures can get themselves out of a sticky situation. When a
bully gets questioned by an administrator, they speak smoothly and often avoid getting punished.
Likewise, a dictator is very keen, therefore he has the ability to trick an entire population into
believing whatever he or she
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Sidney Bechet Research Paper
Perla G Chavira
Sean Hennessey
Jazz History
02 February 2017
Sidney Bechet Similar to Louis Armstrong a man named Sidney Bechet was a jazz musician who was
among the best of New Orleans Jazz. Bechet was born into a middle class Creole family that accepted
music as a huge part of their lives. Omar Bechet was Sidney s father; he was a flute player who played
music as a pass time. Sidney had four brothers who also played instruments, Leonard was one of his
brothers, Leonard played the trombone and also the clarinet. Sidney took on an interest in the clarinet
and Leonard passed on his clarinet to Sidney (The Bechet Society. 1997). When Sidney Bechet first
began playing clarinet, he would perform quadrilles, waltzes, and overall polite music meant for the
middle class. Bechet many times would ditch class when he was a child to become proficient at his
instrument and even started to play in local jazz groups. As Bechet grew older, he began playing more
syncopated pieces in brothels and dance halls. Bechet performed and impressed Bunk Johnson, a
legend, who played cornet. Bechet then joined the Eagle Band , a group composed of Johnson and
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He was a daring individual who improvised consistently and broke any obstacle in his life. Bechet had
the field of saxophone wide open for himself because of how rare it was in New Orleans Jazz.
Because Bechet did not trust his managers so he was not well known in the United States until his late
career and after his death. He was practically worshipped in France and he seemed to be extremely
happy there. He was admired in France so much that the day of his death was a national mourning day.
Bechet was known as a very strong musician that spoke about his emotions through music and he was
said to be weak as a man. Until a musician, John Coltrane, came along, Bechet completely controlled
the soprano saxophone in jazz music (Jazz Rhythm.
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Essay on Hairstyle and Job
Being a hairstylist, it is all about the skills: The artistic skills, the communication skills, also, the skill
to be patient and respectful. Some people have a difficult time trying to obtain all of these skills.
Hairstylists have a tough job. No one really understands what the stylist goes through. The pressure to
get things right and to make the client happy is a complicated situation. The job of a hairstylist is to
create, develop, and enhance client s personal appearance. However, it is not all about beauty, you
have to be able to interact good with the costumers. Being a hairdresser, your job is to shampoo, cut,
colour, and style a client s hair. While you do all this, it is your duty to advertise some products and
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But there will always be that one hairdresser that is perfect for you. That will help choose a hairstyle
for you and that will be communicative. In this career field, as a hairstylist, you do not make much
money. The money you make, plus tips, is $11.13. Which means that annual your wage in this career
is $23.140. Now this is not a lot of money, but for someone who loves their job it will work just fine.
However, there is another way that you can go and you might make more money; is if you rent your
chair from the salon. This way you get what you make on every hairstyle. But the downfall is that you
have to buy all of your own products and tools. Which, I think renting your own chair is the way to
go, because than all you have to pay for is your chair nothing else and you get all the money you
make. When you have a family and so many bills to pay, this is not enough money to live off of.
However, it will do if the husband has a job as well. Hairstylist is a job that will never have a dull
moment. You learn something new every day. This is a career I would enjoy doing every day. You get
to meet so many new people and help them with so many different things. Even though the money isn
t good, if you love the job, it s a job for
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Swot Analysis Of Berry Juice
5.0.Competitior analysis
Competitors in the fruit juice industry in Australia(fig 1.8.)
Berry juice and drinks
Berry juice company is a dominant juice manufacturing company in Australia which has over 70 year
expertise in obtaining the best fruit drinks.it provide consumers with different kinds of fruit flavors
mainly apple, orange, black current etc. Their main aim is to grab the finest fruits growing across
Australia. Therefore fruit juice they manufacture is from100% locally grown fruits. Their main
competitor advantages is that the company does not use any artificial flavorings or colors nor sugar or
water when manufacturing fruit juice.
Golden circle
Golden circle was a company which was started in 1940 with the pineapple cannery as their main
production line. After few years they commenced into the fruit juice business producing varieties of
fruit drinks over 150,000 tons per year. Golden circle company consists of flavors ... Show more
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one of the best brands in Australian fruit juice market. Their work era is more that 70years who have
been delivering high quality drinks to Australian market with over 6 million fruits handpicked every
week to deliver the best. Most of the manufactured juices are citrus flavored as per the high demand in
orange juice etc. Their main objective is to deliver natural, delicious, nutritional fruit drinks for all the
Australian homes for a healthy living.
5.1.Potters five force model.
Potters five force is tool where you could find the essential advantages for a business. potters five
force tool is mostly used in industrial sector analysis while potter diamond is well recommended for
firms advantage. This model gives a proper understanding on the current competition and the strength
of the market that the industry is willing to concur. The following illustration shows the strengths of
the Australian market and its current dominants for the company Cargill s KIST nectar to analyze its
competitors.(fig
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Lord Of Flies Book Vs Lord Of The Flies
The Inner Beast Emerges
The beast that lies inside of us all shows what it can do when it has a chance too.
By Daniel Frankel
The Lord of the Flies is a 250 page novel written by Sir William Golding. It was first published in
1954 and since then, has become a worldwide success. A quote from Golding was The right
impression is the one that rises to the reader the first time he reads the book , This was perfectly suited
for his book, as his book was a best seller. The movie based on the novel Lord of the Flies was first
made in 1963 in black and white, then made again in colour in 1990 by Harry Hook. The movie has
many deviations from the book however the storyline is basically the same and proved a success by
grossing just under $14 million in the box office, making it a major film for the time period. Because
this novel was such a success schools all around are still studying it in senior English.
The Lord of the flies novel, starts at a reasonable pace and doesn t let the reader lose interest. Sir
William Golding writes very descriptively and creates the images very clearly. For example his hair
plastered to his forehead this gives the impression of heat, sweat, and steamy air. The story starts when
a group of British school boys are stranded on an uninhabited island. Trying to maintain structure, the
boys elect Ralph to be the leader, a position, Ralph, feels a duty as the eldest to fulfil. However, one of
the other boys Jack wants to also be the leader, and
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Confucianism And Legalism
The law in which the Qin constructed was harsh and unjust. They abolished the Zhou ist feudal
system, replacing it with controlled local administration. The term in which this practice is called is
Legalism; the belief in which people are born with evil tendencies. The government demanded total
subordination of the people to the ruler. Although there is no commonly recognized founder, there is
one person who is credited for the establishment of Legalism: Shang Yang, an important statesman
during the Warring States Period for the Qin. The policies and measures initiated by Shang Yang were
all designed to strengthen the state at the expense of the common people and the nobility, to subjugate
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This system was to keep everyone in their place and avoid rebellions and uprisings. There were
reports of subordination put into place once every three months, summaries every six, and permanent
records every twelve. There was a doctrine fixed into law, called the Six Parasites. This is however a
textual problem, there are actually sixteen. These parasites were rites, music, odes, history, cultivation,
goodness, filial devotion, brotherly love, sincerity, trustworthiness, uprightness, integrity, humaneness,
rightness, criticism of army, and lastly being ashamed of fighting. To violate any of these laws against
the six was subject to punishment. Death to any criminals and any officials who allowed crimes, their
punishments were carried out to their families and three generations after. When punishments are
imposed, they shall not be applied to the guilty party alone. Punishments were severe. Small crimes
were punished severly to make sure the punishment was understood and not repeated, especially if it
were a larger crime. When Shang Yang wrote, ...if they let their ambition go too far, they will become
too strong... it is interpreted that knowledge and aspiration for a better life can be power and lead to
rebellion against the government. More consequential victims were the critical thinking of Legalists
and the spirit of ruling by law, blamed for Qin s demise and condemned for two millennia by
Confucians advocating the rule by men
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Home Theater Framework
We have all sufficiently observed TV appears and Hollywood motion pictures to realize that for a few
people having a home theater framework is as basic as having a kitchen or room. At first, home
theaters were made or producers to review of their footage, screen tests, and full motion picture. From
that point, they develop into a grown up toy among performers and it spread out from that point.
Previously, home theaters were truly little universe with circular segment light houses and theater
seats. They were frequently costly, expand undertakings is to coordinate the home. Today, we are
sufficiently fortunate to get our hands on hardware from a wide scope of projectors, showcases,
seating and other gear to outline our own particular home theater framework. Without a doubt the
greatest choice you will need to make when outlining your own home theater is the place you will put
the home theater. Finding a spot to put your 19 inch TV set is one thing, however discovering ... Show
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Case in point, in the event that you just have a little space on the mantle of the chimney, you should
seriously mull over a plasma or LCD TV, and very little else. On the off chance that you just have a
corner in the family room for your framework that strait down your pursuit also. Recollect that, you
would prefer not to overspend on a framework that won t fit inside your home. It is about making
dramatic climate, so take a gander at the space you have and work from that point. In any case, it is
not the accessible space which will decide an all around planned framework yet how you enhance the
spot accessible. You can put a theater framework anyplace in the house; you re lounge room, your
room, or some other room committed to being your own home theater. The most vital thing is the way
you build up the room s capacity to permit you to have an ideal video
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How the Western Film Genre Has Developed over the Past...
The Western film genre is typically set in a secluded village in the middle of the desert, normally in
the American West. The setting includes wooden buildings, tumble weed, cacti, trains, horses and
carriages. The storyline for western films is usually the same, namely, a hero travels to a remote
village, usually on a horse, and brings peace to the warring villagers. In a traditional Western film the
clothing for the hero is usually a white hat, (this is to show purity). The hero would also wear a
brightly coloured shirt , a pair of jeans and cowboy boots with spurs on the back of them. The hero is
also very clean and also normally tall and good looking. A traditional Western includes things like
white settlers living in a town ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The first film that showed early signs of a rise in the quality of technology was the Western The Great
Train Robbery. When this film first came out the audience were so amazed at the fact that they could
watch something on a TV or at the cinema. Although this film was very good for the 1900s it still
lacked some key features that make films much easier to understand such as dialogue, sound and
camera shots. The one feature of a film that developed the quickest over the period of time was sound.
Sound was introduced in October 1927 in the film The Jazz singer , which had three song numbers
and a few lines of spoken dialogue. Apart from these few songs and words, the rest of the movie was
silent, but the audience still thought that it was amazing that words had been spoken in the film, they
used to call it the movie that talked . The Western became one of the most popular film genres
between the 1930s and the 1950s because of theses advances in technology. The development of
smaller, lighter cameras freed the cameras from a tripod allowing more detailed camera work. To
show moving effects cameras could be put on platforms that were attached to rubber wheels or steel
rails like railroad tracks. The cameras could also be raised and lowered on cranes. Another thing that
made Westerns more popular was the introduction of full colour in the 1930s and widescreen in the
1950s,
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Hunt Descriptive Writing
Waking up before the rising sun on the morning of the hunt left me feeling groggy with my eyes slow
to open and close when blinking. Being extra quiet to not wake up my mother was a main challenge,
trying to tippy toe around the cabin and dodging the creaky spots in the floor. Prior to eating breakfast,
I began getting dressed. Due to the fact that I was in northern Minnesota, the weather was bone
chilling and the wind would seep right through your layers onto your unexpecting skin. Once I had put
on my long johns, sweatpants, and long sleeve shirt with a tee shirt on top I began to make my
breakfast. I had decided to have scrambled eggs that were cooked to perfection with the yolk golden
mixed in with the pure snow white egg white and flakes of pepper sprinkled throughout and toast with
butter melted onto the crunchy outside making it soft with homemade strawberry jam spread thick on
top. After I had finished my meal I continued getting ready. In doing so I put on the remainder of my
clothes, my sweatshirt and hunting pants came next followed by my wool socks and winter hunting
boots. Next I checked to make sure my backpack was ready and had all the essentials in it in case
something were to happen. Lastly I grabbed my already loaded sleek black shotgun and put on my
heaving winter coat, hats and gloves. Now I was ready to begin my hunt. Starting out, I was walking
slowly down the freshly snow covered dirt lane in front of my cabin. As I was walking I could hear the
crisp
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Archibald Motley Jr Research Paper
Archibald Motley jr. was born october 7,1891 in New Orleans,LA. He was an african American visual
artist. His family moved to chicago for his father s job. He witnessed hard work as a child this is
something that carried with him through his artist career. He was offered a scholarship to study
agriculture but he turned it down. He entered Englewood high school. In 1924 he married a women
from high school, Edith Granzo. There marriage was secretive because back then there marriage was
forbidden because she was german american. In 1924 he married Edith Granzo. She helped him
finacial wise for the next decade. They had a child together in 1933. Motley jr. was offered a full
scholarship in studying architecture,but he turned
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Abercrombie Fitch
Abercrombie Fitch Co. ( A F ) a specialty retailer operates stores and direct to consumer operations
through its subsidiaries. Incorporated in Delaware in 1996, Abercrombie Fitch Co. under the
Abercrombie Fitch, Abercrombie kids, and Hollister brands sells: casual sportswear apparel, including
knit and woven shirts, graphic t shirts, fleece, jeans and woven pants, shorts, sweaters, and outerwear;
personal care products; and accessories for men, women and kids. The Company also operates stores
and direct to consumer operations offering bras, underwear, personal care products, sleepwear, and at
home products for women under the Gilly Hicks brand. A F operates over thousand stores in North
America, Europe and Japan. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Company s return on assets (ROA) indicates what earnings were generated from invested capital
(assets). Abercrombie Fitch s ROA, Return on Average Stockholders Equity, Comparable Store Sales
increased respectively in 2010 from 0% to 5%, 0% to 8% and 23% to 7% compared to the previous
year. The current ratio on the other hand decreased from 2.73 to 2.5. Despite the decrease of its current
ratio, Abercrombie Fitch presents a high current ratio which is a good indicator of its ability to meet its
short term obligation. Gross profit during Fiscal 2010 was $2.212 billion compared to $1.884 billion
during Fiscal 2009. The company s ROA shows that the business utilizing efficiently its assets.
Abercrombie Fitch presents gross profit margin of 64% and 63.8% for respectively 2009 and 2010
which indicates that the company has a gross income of $0.64 and $0.63 for each dollar of sales. A F
high profit margin indicates that they are a more profitable company that has better control over its
costs compared to its competitors where the average gross profit margin is 48.46% in 2009 according
to Butler Consultants. The retail clothing industry had an average gross profit margin of 48.46 percent
in 2009 according to Butler Consultants. The decrease in the gross profit rate for Fiscal 2010 was
primarily driven by a 9% decrease in average unit retail, which was partially offset by a
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Computer Security And Social Engineering Essay
Computer security is a very important topic in today s world. One does not have to look far to read
about data breaches, DDoS attacks, or other computer related crimes. When we think of cybercrime,
we usually envision the Hollywood portrayal of technical hackers typing vigorously and wearing dark
sunglasses. However, in reality, hacking tends to be much less glamorous. Actually, one critical
element is often overlooked by the general public and movies alike; yet, every security professional
knows, people are the weakest link, when it comes to security. In fact, as part of a demonstration at the
2010 Def Con hacking conference, large corporations were subject to social engineering techniques.
The result was alarming: 96% of employees contacted by phone or email disclosed confidential
information... (Ricart). In this paper, I will discuss the concept of social engineering: what it is, the
types of attacks, the framework used in carrying out said attacks, and lastly, I will address
countermeasures to mitigate the risk. Social engineering, as defined on social engineer.org, is any act
that influences a person to take an action that may or may not be in their best interest (social
engineer). Human nature is a very interesting topic and one that has been studied for centuries.
Throughout its history, certain patterns and behaviors have been observed. Therefore, social
engineering is a type of applied science that is rooted in psychology, however its nature is fluid and
varies
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Analysis Of Black Swan And Shutter Island
Martin Scorsese and Darren Aronofsky are talented directors who have created many award winning
films that incorporate certain techniques used to enhance the audience s experience of the film, some
of their directorial techniques include symbolism, costume, lighting and dialogue. I have chosen
Scorsese s 2010 film Shutter Island along with Aronofsky s 2010 film Black Swan as each of these
films have scenes that incorporate the above mentioned techniques to portray the effects mental illness
has on a person s health and welfare. The scenes are each 8 minutes in length and run until the closing
credits begin. These techniques allow the audience to relate to the film by showing how it links to the
world we live in today where mental illnesses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Symbolism is shown predominantly with the use of a war between black and white in relation to the
war between the persona s Nina has in her mind. These symbols allow the audience to link to the
director s main purpose of showing the effects mental illness has on the people suffering and also
others that are involved closely in their lives. In both Shutter Island and Black Swan symbolism is
featured profoundly throughout which gives the audience the chance to look for the deeper meaning in
what they are viewing. The use of a number of different techniques such as costume and props
displays hidden meaning in the film to the viewers and how this is expressed could hit certain levels of
the psychological and emotional labyrinth that all of us have according to Scorsese. Symbolism in
these films helps the audience understand the effects of mental illness by the cues shown such as the
plaster on Teddy s forehead and the scratch on Nina s back, the more obscure cues given show that
Teddy is a figment of imagination in Andrews mind and becoming a real black swan is also a figment
of imagination in Nina s mind. Events that have happened in both Nina and Andrews past have taken
over, leading them on the path of psychological disintegration. The symbolism used to portray this in
both films is
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  • 2. My Vacation In My Life It was the summer of 2069, my and my friend wanted to go on vacation so we decided to go on vacation to Cancun, Mexico, we had been planing this the whole year, but first we had to reserve the hotel and get the airplane tickets so we went to buy the airplane tickets. When we were in the airport buying the tickets I saw a sign that illustrated a plane and said Life is a Journey, Travel it well. The day finally came June 20, 2069 it was a very special day because it was my birthday so we had a little celebration before we had to leave, I turned 24 I had a good time that day but we had to leave that same day, it was 9:00 pm when we arrived to the airport and took of to Cancun, the timed estimated was 12hr, but suddenly at 5:45 when everyone was sleeping there was turbulence in the airplane, it had was running out of fuel, everyone was screaming and scared we had to do an emergency landing but were there was only water no land 20 minutes passed when the fuel had finally run out, all i can remember was that we were going down very fast i thought I was living my final moments but I passed out. The next day i woke up in the middle of nowhere, it was quiet as a mouse all i saw was water everywhere luckily before we airplane hit the water I was able to put on a life jacket and i was floating in the water so I began to swim i did it for about 30 minutes I got tired, but hope wasn t lost i saw a island that looked peaceful and beautiful it almost looked like paradise, I could almost ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Importance Of Conscription On Australia During World War I, there were many wartime controls placed on Australia. The wartime controls I will focus on in this essay are Conscription, the use of government propaganda, and Censorship. They all had played an important part in Australia s army system and involvement in the war. What is conscription? Conscription is where it is compulsory to enlist for state service, mainly military service. This wartime control was enforced on every country who participated in World War I except Australia, South Africa and India. Australia tried to pass a conscription law twice during World War I, the first in 1916 and the second in 1917. Due to not having a conscription law, Australia would face problems during the first world war. At the start of the war, many people had enlisted, so many that some were forced to be turned away. However after everyone realised the horrors of the war, enlistment would slowly decrease as the war went on. Even though conscription wasn t a law, other ways and methods made men join the army. One method was women shaming their male relatives who didn t join the army . This method was supported the government and would make the men feel ashamed of themselves. Therefore, some of the men would join the army despite not wanting to. Another way that made men join the army was the view of war the men had. When the war had just started, men believed that the war would give them adventure and excitement. This is why there was such high volumes of enlistment ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Essay on Sociology of Health and Medicine Mike Bury (2001) has undertaken a considerable amount of research on illness narratives and its different forms. Illness narratives and narrative analysis can be evaluated through three different types. The first is contingent narratives, which address beliefs about the origins of disease, the proximate causes of an illness episode, and the immediate effects of illness in everyday life (Bury 2011, p. 263). Secondly, another form of narratives are moral narratives, which provide accounts of (and help to constitute) changes between the person, the illness and social identity, and which help to (re) establish the moral status of the individual or help to maintain social distance (Bury 2011, p. 263). Lastly, Bury defined the third form of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The narratives that have been outlined through this research study take the forms of contingent, moral and core narratives. Although there is an abundance of previous research conducted on the effects of marijuana use on work/school (Earleywine 2002, Neinstein 2002, Roffman, R, Stephens, R Marlatt G 2006), the participants involved continue to have both positive and negative accounts for marijuana use on work and school. The various detrimental effects range from the effects that marijuana has such as the changes of capabilities that are required for activities such as work and/or study. These include motivation, memory and cognition and also capabilities of vehicle operation for work including visual perception and divided attention. The use of marijuana has been found to have a range of harmful effects on the health state of an individual, which can affect work ability (Smith et al. 2013). Involved in this are the potential for a progression to harder drugs, mental illness, worsened immune function, lung cancer and brain tissue damage (Earleywine 2002). However, some researchers do not believe that all the side effects of marijuana use have negative consequences. For example (Aronson 2009) believes that it has a significant positive contribution in medical value with the treatment of conditions that may be detrimental to work ability. These include issues such as pain, nausea, appetite loss and neurological disorders. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Inchoate Crime Research Paper Simone Limas Prof. Turner ADMJ 4 0556 1 October 2017 Inchoate Crimes: A closer look at criminal attempt The criminal justice system is continually looking for ways to take preventative measures to halt crime before it happens however when faced with defining attempted crimes the courts have found it difficult to determine when an action should be punished the same or lesser than a completed crime. However, there are three types of inchoate crimes that can be punishable by law as these crimes are the beginning steps of the crime. The three types of offenses include solicitation defined as persuading or encouraging one to commit a crime, conspiracy which is the agreement to commit crime and possibly act on agreement and attempt is the unsuccessful ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition, attempt has two different subcategories of attempt that are punishable by law. Complete attempt also known as imperfect attempt is when the individual covers all steps to commit crime but fails to follow through, an example of a complete attempt is if a shooter misses his target in a drive by attempt. An incomplete attempt is if the individual is forced to abandon the attempted crime due to reasons beyond one s control, an example of an incomplete attempt is if the shooter had to abandon location because of known whereabouts by the police. Although, there is a third type of attempt known as the impossible attempt in which the attempt could have been completed had the scenario played out correctly such as if the shooter shot at the targets location and target is not present however this attempt is not a defense in an attempt to commit a crime. Impossible attempts otherwise known as factual impossibility cannot be used as a defense for criminal attempt and is not recognized by the Moral Penal Code. Another type of impossibility is inherent possibility in which the act could never be achieved. However, factual impossibility and inherent impossibility should not be confused with legal impossibility. The term legal impossibility refers to when an individual commits an act that they believe is illegal however the act is not although type of impossibility can be used as a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Mark Antony s Use Of Persuasion In Julius Caesar Persuasion is often more effectual than force (Aesop). Nearly 600 years before the assassination of Julius Caesar, the famous Greek fabulist Aesop knew the power of persuading others. From then until now, persuasion is a huge part of everyday life. Examples of persuasion include advertisements incall forms of media: books, billboards, and especially speeches. One of the most celebrated speeches in literary history is the one given by Mark Antony at the funeral of Julius Caesar in William Shakespeare s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. The techniques that Antony uses are the predominant reasons why his monologue resonated with his audience and why he was able to turn the citizens against the murderers and Brutus. Antony s speech is an effective ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Repetition is a powerful form of persuasion that reinforces the speaker s message by repeating words, sentences, and information. This can influence the reader s attitude toward a particular character or event. During Mark Antony s speech, he continuously exclaims, But Brutus says he [Caesar] was ambitious, And Brutus is an honorable man... Yet Brutus says he [Caesar] was ambitious, And Brutus is an honorable man. (III.ii.14,15,21,22) Antony constantly reminds the crowd that Brutus was an honorable man while proving to the people of Rome that Brutus was actually wrong about Caesar s ambition. This shows how Antony s repetition as a form of sarcasm was so effective. He clearly states that Brutus is an honorable man, but when he states this, he is simply mocking him and proving to the crowd that he, in fact, is not an honorable man. Not only was Brutus wrong about Caesar in general, he was also wrong about killing Caesar. Antony s speech states, Did this in Caesar seem ambitious? When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept; Ambition should be made of sterner stuff. Yet Brutus says he was ambitious;... I thrice presented him a kingly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Once stranded on an island, a group of boys become... Once stranded on an island, a group of boys become separated. Two of them are together, others are dispersed. The two boys who are together need a way to pull the others onto the beach to have a meeting. They look over the lagoon, and they see the perfect thing to do this with: a beautiful, colorful conch shell. The two boys worked together to retrieve the shell. In color the shell was deep cream, touched here and there with fading pink. Between the point, worn away into a little hole, and the pink lips of the mouth, lay eighteen inches of shell with a slight spiral twist and covered with a delicate, embossed pattern. Ralph shook sand out of the deep tube. (Golding page 16) The fair colored boy, Ralph, blew the conch, knowing that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ralph would be holding the conch, Jack would take it, and Piggy would try to talk whichever had the conch out of making rash decisions. Eventually, the island becomes divided between Ralph s friends and followers, and Jack s friends and followers. Ralph, as the elected chief, along with Piggy, keeps the conch. The island s diplomatic issues get worse and worse, and both sides want the conch. Ralph still values the conch as the source of power and order, even after order is lost, and so does Jack. Jack is a savage at this point in the story, and doesn t care about order, until he sees Ralph s power through this diplomacy and order. The hunters, led by Jack, eventually destroy the conch as a whole thing and smash it to pieces, and the order upheld by the conch is officially lost. The two tribes of boys are now basically two completely different groups. They are not on good terms, and all friendships have been shattered, just like the conch. The conch often symbolized things; order and authority. The order that was once upheld by the conch was very important to the story, however. When the island first separated, they thought they had lost power. Ralph said, If I blow the conch and they don t come back; then we ve had it. We shan t keep the fire going. We ll be like animals. We ll never be rescued. (Golding page 92) These boys did value the conch, and it almost became like their god or idol. They all respected ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. American Plantation Social Classes Social classes have existed throughout all of history. The categorizing of slaves on American Plantations is often overlooked, but there were in fact many levels of slave classes. The use of a class system helped plantation owners to punish and reward their slaves as well as to keep their business organized. The lowest class of slaves was those who did field labor. They had the poorest food, housing, and clothes. These bad conditions motivated them to work harder to earn better positions. The second class of slaves was the boatmen and the cooks. They had slightly better food, clothing, and housing than the field labors. Their fear being debunked back to the field labor prevented them from disobeying. The next class of slaves was the skilled ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Examples Of Abusing In Rappaccini s Tale Beatrice Quoc Dinh, Ninh Prof: James Boswell, Jr ENGL 101 CRN 20308 Final Exam Beatrice. The victim of abusing. In Rappaccini s Daughter tale, Beatrice is a victim of the abuse from her father. Dr. Rappaccini, with the reckless of mankind on the experiments is the primary cause to the death of Beatrice. Instead, apply the knowledge of science for good cause. Rappaccini have convert the advance as a weapon by studies on his daughter. The unequal of precaution at the garden. For example, Dr, Rappaccini wear a pair of thick glove, and a mask when he came to magnificent plant. But for Beatrice, the plant was considering as her sister. Therefore, she have not hesitate to approach. Because of this, Beatrice has absorbs the odor leading her to the isolation ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Theme Of Madame Bovary In Madame Bovary, Flaubert manipulates the settings in order to illustrate the progression of Emma s deteriorating state of mind. Each location within Emma s world holds a distinct reality and expectation she must live according to, due to the strong influence it has on her state of mind. Within each city Emma undergoes specific types of emotions and attachments that essentially become the drive to her great depression. Tostes, Yonville, Rouen, and Paris bind together for a single purpose in order to display the overall theme of dissatisfaction and repression, which ultimately become the reason for Emma s ironic death. The city of Tostes commences the start of Emma s journey by serving as an actual representation of the initial progression ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... THe ball serves as a reflection upon her perfectionism and idealism, cultivated in a separate, outside world she s left only to imagine. It mirrors her extreme naivete when she observes each and every detail of the ball such as, the clear complexion that is heightened by the pallor of porcelain, the shimmer of satin, and the veneer of old furniture (35). Emma s distinctive vivid imagination results in an interference within reality when Charles discovers the cigar case with a green silk border (37) on their way home from the ball at La Vaubyessard. For Emma, the case comes to symbolize all the allure, sentimental relationship of the ball itself, and the universe of highborn simplicity and extravagance it represents. Despite the fact that, she sees the physical, subtle elements of the ideal setting of the ball, she doesn t consider the entanglements of what this sort of way of life may bring desire, triviality, or depression. The unfulfilled desires experienced from the sumptuous ball result in Emma s frustration increasing as she comes to notice that her longing for an upscale lifestyle soon become diminished by the deterioration of her state of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Identity In Walt Whitman s From Song Of Myself Author Walt Whitman wrote a poem called From Song Of Myself , where he discusses all the things in life that surround him, and how his identity is reflected. His poem is mainly focused on him and his enjoyment in life. I celebrate myself, and sing myself... (488). This quote starts his poem in a joyful mood, where the reader is ready to embark on his reasoning of why he celebrates himself. However, there is a pattern where the tone goes from light and cheerful to being dull and dark. In one stanza he proclaims Houses and rooms are full of perfumes...I breathe the fragrance myself and know i like it (488), then the next stanza he states The atmosphere is not a perfume, it has no taste of distillation.. (488). There is an obvious change in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Plato Capital Punishment Early eightieth century BC records of legalised death penalty laws have been uncovered in the Code of King Hammaurabi of Babylon, which codified the death penalty for 25 different crimes. Famous philosophers Plato and Bentham have given their ethical viewpoints; from there assumptions can be drawn on their views on capital punishment. The Catholic Church also has its Anti death penalty position. Capital punishment has been a part of human communal society for centuries. Within these three ethical viewpoints society can use them as scopes as to whether it should be acceptable in their community. Contextual analysis is paramount to being able to apply these ethical thought methods to a contemporary issue. Many that live deserve death. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Their differences strike in their thought process and in what the rehabilitation would entail. In terms of context Bentham is straight up against capital punishment that causes suffering and strongly opposes it. He also spent more time on it then any of his rival or competing philosophers of his time. He comments in his commentary According to Bentham, a punishment, like any other legal practice, must be morally justified in terms of its conduciveness to the appropriate end. Bentham wanted laws that augmented total happiness of the community as his theory on punishment is that they need to justified and rationale and that in it will generate happiness. Plato however had a structure in place, firstly an orator (similar to a lawyer) would request that person stand trial in front of a court, rather than that person going to be put to death they instead would be given a timoria or a trial of retribution similar to getting rehabilitated or being put on parole. While some major offences of his time were still worth capital punishment Plato stressed that if it is possible and there is a chance for rehabilitation then that person deserves it. Comparing both philosophers both can be classed as anti capital punishment as while Plato does condone the use of capital punishment it is only for serious crimes, Laws prescribes capital ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Taking a Look at Government Surveillance Government Surveillance Government Surveillance, a way that the government says that will keep you safe from foreign dangers like terrorist attacks, espionage, and perhaps a international war. However you have to sacrifice your private life, and business for increased protection and surveillance. Government surveillance, defined by dictionary.com as a noun that states Close observation or supervision maintained over a person, group, etc, especially one in custody or under suspicion (Merriam webster.com) the word was also taken from the French word surveiller that means to watch over and was adopted and changed as the English word surveillance. Government surveillance has been with us ever since the start of groups, dynasties, government and more. Back then, in the medieval ages like in the sixteenth century. Surveillance was hardly surveillance at all. Regular people paid by the enemy, or nation diplomats, or just amateur people looking for easy money, all mostly did it. As the timeline grows closer to the present. There are factors that have made up the system that now controversially exists in America as Government Surveillance. The Timeline starts in 1791, when the 13 colonies still existed. But are now rebelling against the British where in that year congress passed down the Bill of Rights and the fourth Amendment saying that it protects every and any citizen of America the right to not be searched in house or work in unreasonable cases. 137 years ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Sense Of Sesponsibility And Sense And Sensibility The most relatable novel to Austen s Pride and Prejudice is her earlier novel Sense and Sensibility written in 1811. The largest comparisons that can be made are the function of screens that shelter, the distinction of being sensible and having sensibility, as well as the necessity of wealth to determine character. According to Sally Palmer, Austen is using fire screens as a symbol for characters who are trying to shield potentially heated emotional outburst or the intense heat of social discourse that would ruin evanescent happiness. The two characters that symbolize this would be Mr. Darcy and Elinor Dashwood of Sense and Sensibility. Darcy wants to protect all he cares about including Mr. Bingley, his innocent sister Georgiana, and later ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The author Inger Sigrun Brodey, a reputable JASNA s North American Scholar who is a frequent speaker at Jane Austen Society meetings, writes in the article Making sense of sensibility. from Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal that Marianne Dashwood symbolizes sensibility and her sister Elinor represents common sense. Marianne shares many similarities with Lydia Bennet, the youngest daughter in Pride and Prejudice. Both believe their world is naturally good without corruption such as greed and lust to mar it. Both have foibles that strangers generally are naturally good. However, in actuality there are very good actors that manipulate the vulnerable. Humans have a way of being imminently selfish and Austen is depicting it with the characters such as the dastardly Mr. Wickham of Pride and Prejudice and thoughtless Mr. Willoughby of Sense and Sensibility. Both men affect their counterparts in a negative way and take advantage of the situation. This creates a bias of distrustful feelings, that sympathy may be able to heal, but society might think is self absorption. Nonetheless, pity is created for the poor creatures. In fact, it is sensibility or empathy that is necessary to have a deeper connection like love or hate, and it is fear of rejection that may be the culprit of a hesitancy to love. This relates to the larger picture of the transition between the Enlightenment and Romanticism, sense contrasts sensibility because sense has logic and sensibility is fueled by emotional reactions ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Leadership Autobiography Sports have always been a major aspect of my life. My passion stems from my own parents who played sports throughout their lives and encouraged their children to do so. Many of my earliest memories are of me watching my brother play little league baseball and wanting nothing more than to be on the field with him. This desire was what prompted me to sign up for softball. I have played softball since the 3rd grade. Although this may sound cliché, it really has taught me the importance of working as a team. One player cannot win the game, it takes the team to throw a runner out at first or sacrifice bunt in order to score a run. From a leadership perspective, I have learned that in order to be a good leader, you must lead by example first. It ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Juvenile Crime Imagine two innocent young children; one girl, age seven and the other, a boy, age nine. The two are playing video games inside on a snowy, frigid day. After, the young girl s father, Richard Ratti, ended the festivities a seven year old, Jessica Ratti went outside to ride a snow mobile with her best friend. The nine year old boy, identified as Cameron Kocher, enraged at his parents for not allowing him to participate stormed home, unlocked his father s gun cabinet, and stalked to a window where he delivered the shots that ended Jessica Ratti s life. Cameron, who showed no remorse for his previous wrong doings, was interchanged from juvenile and adult court, at least once. However, the judge denied the transfer of his case into the juvenile ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Following a steady decline since 2006, the Juvenile violent Crimes Index arrest rate reached a new historic low point in 2014. However, crime rates in the 1980 s was comparatively lower than the recent years. The arrest rate may have lowered, but this could mean that children are becoming more efficient criminals. Which is why we need to reinforce the juvenile justice system. A quote from Hanna Chiou further fortifies this statement. ...if our justice system uses mental incompetency as the reason juveniles have their own separate and more lenient court, why aren t 40 year olds with the mind of a 10 year old prosecuted in the juvenile justice system... (Chiou 130).Another quote from Chiou expresses the same fact: ...fully competent and mature juveniles are fully capable of committing the same crime as a competent adult. (Chiou 141). Why is it that in the eyes of society even children with high intelligence, who are fully competent, that have malignant motives for committing these vehement crimes receive gentle treatment, or a mere pop or the wrist? Why is it that age means automatic innocence? Children who commit these crimes have obviously chose so. Remember: Young people have to obey the same laws as adults. ( Juvenile Crime 167). So why exactly would you not treat a well functioning child how he or she should be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Reasons for Allied Victory in World War One The extent to which a country can establish and retain a state of Total War inevitably leads to victory. In World War 1, the allied forces ability to achieve this resulted in their success. The production of munitions and American funding, resource allocation and the British Blockade, gave the allies a clear advantage on the home front. The utilization of the superior weaponry and manpower as well as improved tactics on the battlefront gave the allies an upper hand in this war of attrition. The final loss of German morale on both the home and battlefronts, directly influenced by allied propaganda, the arrival of the Americans and Germany s political instability, led to the cessation of the war and thus, allied victory. The allied and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These strategies were then consolidated in 1918. The allies also adopted the use of Gas, it being one of the most feared weapons. Source B depicts the use of gas masks. As gas was used frequently, allied soldiers would often wear their masks as a precautionary measure, especially when firing machine guns, like the source shows. The allied forces superior manpower aided in the war of attrition that WW1 had become. The allies could gain troops from a number of nations as by the end of the War, over 32 countries were supporting them. Germany was by then fighting alone. As source C displays, despite the fact that the allies had more military deaths than that of the central powers, their population was around eight times larger, thus allowing this high loss of life. The Allied forces essentially had more personnel, weaponry and munitions supplies. This, along with their ability to develop tactics and engage all elements of the battlefront, supported the perpetuation of Total War and the allies victory. The loss of German morale on both the home and battlefronts greatly affected the outcome of the war. This diminution of confidence was directly related to allied propaganda, the entrance of the Americans to WW1 and the political instability of Germany. The lack of food supplies due to the British Blockade and increasing casualty lists begun to make an impact on German morale. This, combined with the allies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Negative Impacts Of Globalization The Negative Impacts of Globalization Across the world, globalization is one of the most significant aspects that has occurred over the last fifty years. It allows a country to integrate economically with other countries through a global network comprised of people, trade, and transportation. With the global landscape only becoming more intertwined, globalization and its inherent pros and cons seem to be here to stay. In many areas, global powers tend to lack in rectifying the negative aspects and only focus on the positive side. America, for example, is a leader in the globalization efforts, even though it has greatly effected job opportunities at home, widening income gaps, and an increased standard of living due to fluctuating world markets. America has been involved in globalization since before its conception as colonist relied heavily on trade. Osland states that even, during the 15th century, voyages were made by explorers who were funded by the European monarchs to seek new trade routes (Osland 137). The colonist eventually began trading with natives as they bartered for spices and treasures in exchange for anything that the natives deemed of use. Eventually, trade companies were established to control the flow of more products and it only expanded from there. After World War 2, world banks were created to help with the post war clean up and the global markets began to gain power as trade became a priority for most countries. A major globalization agenda is to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Analysis Of `` Separating, All Winter Sundays, And We Are... The theme Regret and Loss in Separating, Those Winter Sundays, and We are Virginia Tech Those Winter Sundays, Separating, and We are Virginia Tech were written by three different authors, each having their own unique styles and personality reflected in their works. The short story Separating, written by John Updike was published in 1974, it was written in the third person point of view. John Updike was considered as one of the greatest American fiction writer of his generation due to his unique prose style, rich description and language. His short story, explores themes such as regret, anger and self interest. Both We are Virginia Tech and Those Winter Sundays are written in first person point of view. Those Winter Sundays is a work of Robert Hayden, and was published in the year 1966. The poem explores the topic of sacrifice and regret; the tone being, one of bitterness. We are Virginia Tech is a convocation address, delivered on the 17th of April 2007, by Nikki Giovanni. This convocation address, carries the message of hope, unity, and regret. Each of these work carry various emotions, displayed in a multitude of colored style and language which the writers explores throughout their work; the common theme being Regret and Loss. We do not understand this tragedy. We know we did nothing to deserve it..., is a line from Nikki Giovanni s convocation address; it highlights one of the messages she tried to convey in her short narrative essay. That is, regret and a sense ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Television And Reality Television Shows Essay The media as a whole has been a huge impact on their viewers lives. People do not just watch a television show, they tend to normalize the characters and their roles into their day to day lives. When analyzing the media and focusing on drama and reality television shows, the impact that these shows have on some of their women viewers are noticeable. Television drama shows are fictions that the average person can relate to. They are made with real life problems that people can sympathize with. Television dramas have become the newest therapy to people. People go to these over dramatized shows for the answer to their problems. Most tend to forget that these are fictional television shows, meaning they are made up characters with false problems. These shows tend to show women as the house wife, pretty and skinny, and powerful but weak minded. When looking at reality television although it is unscripted and tend to be real life situations, producers do pick out cast that are not relatable to and unlike the average person. On television dramas and reality shows men tend to be shown as dominating women in relationships, as women are shown as the men s trophy. Also, as a whole television dramas and reality shows show women as sexy figures, emotionally unstable, and less than a man which effects their everyday lives. Television dramas and reality shows has a negative effect on female views by showing them in a negative light. Since women made an appearance on television shows, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Advantages And Uses Of MATLAB 5. Implementation Tool MATLAB (MATRIX LABORATORY) is a numerical computing environment and fourth generation programming language. Developed by Math Works, MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with programs written in other languages, including C, C++, and FORTRAN. Although MATLAB is intended primarily for numerical computing, an optional toolbox uses the MuPAD symbolic engine, allowing access to symbolic computing capabilities. An additional package, Simulink, adds graphical multi domain simulation and Model Based Design for dynamic and embedded systems. In 2004, MATLAB had around one million users across industry and academia. MATLAB users come from various backgrounds ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It integrates computation, visualization, and programming environment. Furthermore, MATLAB is a modern programming language environment: it has sophisticated data structures, contains built in editing and debugging tools, and supports object oriented programming. These factors make MATLAB an excellent tool for teaching and research. MATLAB has many advantages compared to conventional computer languages (e.g., C, FORTRAN) for solving technical problems. MATLAB is an interactive system whose basic data element is an array that does not require dimensioning. The software package has been commercially available since 1984 and is now considered as a standard tool at most universities and industries worldwide. It has powerful built in routines that enable a very wide variety of computations. It also has easy to use graphics commands that make the visualization of results immediately available. Specific applications are collected in packages referred to as toolbox. There are toolboxes for signal processing, symbolic computation, control theory, simulation, optimization, and several other fields of applied science and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Why Are Heroes Bad The tendency for us to want of need heroes and villains impacts us dramatically in a number of ways. Firstly, the heroes that we have, especially as children, do affect us dramatically in our behaviour towards others and views on ourselves. One of the major problems with this is that we don t choose the right people to idolised a lot of the time, which in turn reflects on our societal values needing to be deeply questioned. Take a sports star, for example. A huge number of children will grow up having a sports star or stars affecting their attitudes and values. These athletes can no doubt have some very positive impacts, as many of them come from poverty or tough circumstances. It s these athletes that give children in similar situations hope. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The way our heroes and idols act has a strong influence on how we behave as well. This can be seen in many circumstances with the most obvious being celebrities setting trends. The caricatures we create can also be very harmful to ourselves. Another example of negative role models is kids growing up in a ghetto often idolise local gang members. This tends to lead to those same kids replicating gang member behaviour, murdering, stealing and raping. The end result is some of these kids either in jail or dead. This is a huge problem in our society. We value people with self centered and lack of empathy not because we value these qualities within the person, but we look up to the people that are revolting against the systems and cycles of poverty and pain that we are trapped in. Young children in impoverished areas look up to gang members because they see that even though they started from nothing, as they did, they became part of something that stands up to the idea that all they will ever be is at the bottom of the food chain, picking up the scraps others have left behind. For this reason, it s easy to see why these common thugs are idolised, they have respect and this is something that every person wants, especially people that aren t given any. However, it does not do us any good to look up to people that slip through the cracks of the system, but rather we should try to change the system so this build up of resentment between different facets of society does not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. How Did Isolationist Sentiment Influence US Foreign Policy... As the United States went through two World Wars between 1914 and 1941, isolationist sentiment had a large influence on US foreign policy. There were many causes for such isolationist beliefs as the era included many significant changes. The main change that Americans experienced during this time period was the immense difference in the decades, with a roaring economy in the 1920s following the first World War and a Great Depression in the 1930s which would end with the start of the second World War. With such large changes occurring within the lives of Americans during this entire period of time, isolationist sentiment rose. As such beliefs became widespread, US foreign policy became influenced by such isolationism. Isolationism meant that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With such events occurring quickly in such a small time period, the second World War came as a massive shock. Yet again, Americans called for isolationism and neutrality as they believed America should focus on ending the Great Depression, not worrying about and dealing with the international issues of other nations and peoples. By analyzing Document 5, it is clear that many Americans still believe in isolationism during the Great Depression. Bennett Champ Clark states in his Defense of the First Neutrality Act that the desire to keep the United States from becoming involved in any war between foreign nations seems practically unanimous among the rank and file of American citizens. Americans influenced the US foreign policy yet again as the First Neutrality Act was passed in 1935. By analyzing Document 6, it is clear that President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the choices he made were still influenced by isolationist sentiment as he states in his Quarantine Speech that it is my determination to adopt every practicable measure to avoid involvement in war. However, it is clear in President Roosevelt s speech that he knew that entering the war was inevitable as he states that the peace of the world and the welfare and security of every nation, including our own is today being threatened by that very thing (war). Although the United States tried its best to not enter the second World War for many years, it could not avoided by the end of 1941. On December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese. The federal government s response to this attack can be analyzed in Document 7, President Roosevelt s Pearl Harbor Address to the Congress of the United States. In response to the attack, Roosevelt calls for Congress to declare . . . a state of war has existed between the United States and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Duality In Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde There are two sides to every person, and that is expressed largely in the book, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Duality is also expressed in the play, Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare. The book Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde talks about how man has two natures, a good nature and an evil nature. The statement, I stood already committed to a profound duplicity of life (Stevenson, 123) expresses this. Henry Jekyll was a good man; he helped people. H had great friends, was very intelligent and a respected doctor in London. Henry also had another side to himself, and he named that side Hyde. Hyde was an evil looking man. People said he had a hint of deformity but no one could say what was deformed about him. He was not a respected man; he was hated by people that he met. He engaged in all manner of evil acts. He did terrible things that Victorian society frowned upon. Yes, I preferred ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Friar Lawrence compares man to plant. The Friar expressed the duality found in nature when he says, In man as well as herbs, grace and rude will; (II,III, 28 Shakespeare). Friar Lawrence also talks to Juliet about how one small pretty flower holds the power to kill or heal: Within the infant rind of this small flower poison hath residence and medicine in man as well as herbs, grace and rude will... (II, II, 23 31 Shakespeare). There is evil in beauty and beauty in evil. This is comparable to where Jekyll and Hyde live. Hyde lives in a pretty neighborhood with a nice courtyard and shops, but when one see Hyde s house it is the complete opposite of the neighborhood; it is old and decrepit; the paint is peeling and the door has no knob. This is an example of evil or ugliness in beauty. Jekyll lives in this older part of the city. The buildings are run down, but when you see Henry Jekyll s house, it is beautiful. This is an example of beauty living alongside ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Orson Welles And Citizen Kane A film released in 1941 that tells the story of a man thrown into high social class. The audience witnesses the predicament of a man, who is split in half between his polar personalities. Charles Foster Kane has recently died and the predicament of interpreting his life and its meaning is left upon a single reporter. ...A group of prominent films critics were asked to list the greatest directors and the greatest films, Orson Welles and Citizen Kane both came in first (Carringer 32). Orson Welles produces, co wrote, directed, and starred in the great American classic film, Citizen Kane, at the age of 26. Throughout this entire film, the audience is morally challenged along with being entertained about the rise and fall of an American hero or villain depending on which way you look at it. It is unquestioned that this film achieved great things in cinema. Welles utilizes the techniques of deep focus, close ups, visual symbolism, and using several perspectives to tell the story of Charles Foster Kane. Citizen Kane contributed to the cinema world the most with its use of deep focus. This technique is interesting in the fact that it includes everything in the frame, even the background, in focus all at once. Welles was forced to combine lighting, shadowing, and using different lenses to produce this effect. French theorist Andre Bazin described this technique as a dialectical leap forward in the language of cinema, allowing directors to preserve realism and ambiguity of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Clean The Bore Research Paper There are two reasons to clean the bore of any firearm. It improves accuracy and putting away a gun with a dirty bore is courting the formation of rust which will cause pitting, thus ruining a valuable barrel. Frequent cleaning of firearms and barrels reduces fouling buildup, makes fouling removal easier, and reduces the chance of bore damage to firearms. When cleaning a bore of a barrel you will first need a quality one piece straight rod of the correct diameter for the caliber.The rod needs to be just long enough to accommodate the length of barrel you are cleaning. Second is a quality bore guide made for an Ar platform style guns these replace the bolt carrier and some are tight fitting with O rings to help center them up. Avoid plastic bore ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With bore brushes, make sure the windings in the middle of the brush never terminate at the front, exposing their rough ends that can dig into the bore. Ammonia free Windex is used after each cleaning to remove two types of solvents. Petroleum based bore solvents can contribute to carbon fouling. Copper solvents have ammonia in them and trace ammonia left in the bore can combine with chemicals in the burning of gunpowder to form a substance corrosive to barrel steel. Avoid mixing different brands of solvents. First, bore brushes offer the greatest resistance on the first use. Thoroughly flush the crud out and reuse them until they wear out. Be careful because flex from the cleaning rod equals more potential damage to the bore. You can push a patch forward until it almost exits the muzzle and then pull it back to the front of the chamber. Flex can come from the second time you stop pulling it and begin pushing it forward. back and forth scrubbing will cause rod flex that wears at the lands. Also be advised If you yank back there is a good chance of boogering the bottom surface of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Righteousness In Genesis Starting in the latter half of the fourth chapter of Genesis, the line of Cain is presented as being wicked and displaying a lack of regard for God. The fifth chapter, however, offers a light in a dark tunnel with the line of Seth. Amongst the line of Seth, men began to seek after God and call upon His name (cf. Gen. 4:26). Enoch, for example, would come to characterize Seth s line and contrast individuals like Lamech in Cain s line. Noah would also be a descendant of Seth and would be allowed by God to continue the human race despite the flood. However, the righteousness contained within Seth s line would not persist for long. Picking up in the sixth chapter of Genesis, the sons of God saw the daughters of men, that they were fair; and they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Components Of A Successful Business System There is the need to know what a business system is and how to construct useful systems and measures to run a business. A system is a process, technique, or an action intended to accomplish a detailed result.. Establishing a valuable business systems helps attain outcomes that are unfailing, assessable, and eventually do good for customers. Systems and processes are the vital initiative of your company, whether you notice is or not. Every aspect of your business is associated with a system that can be directed or enhanced by the use of good principles. The idea of effective business systems is simply a realistic way to handle the significant or vital information of your business. A business system can be very simple to, However, the more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A company must therefore take the necessary precautions not to fall victims to these problems since they can reduce productivity and customer satisfaction. The next paragraph talks about Verizon company and the business system problems or challenges they face and how some of these problems could be solved. Telecommunications has evolved from an easy technique of voice communication to one of the most significant means that our humanity uses to connect. Consequently, cell phones and wireless gadgets have come to replace and dominate the realm of technology. One of such companies heading and leading towards that direction Verizon. Verizon is headquartered in New York and employs over 235,000 people who operate in Verizon wireless, wire line and Verizon business. Verizon s primary aim or objective is to transform communications by steering in a new age in wire line and wireless broadband connectivity. They are changing the lives of its customers by providing them with best possible communications experience at home, work or on the go as far as their networks, products and services are concerned. Verizon s tactical business investments have given birth to the nation s most dependable wireless voice network, established innovative mobile products and produced over 45 million devoted customers. Aside all this Verizon faces a lot of business system problems. Some of these include customer dissatisfaction. Most customers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. And Hellfire Is Their Name By Stan Lee The second page of Stan Lee s And Hellfire Is Their Name , is set outside Angel s secret hideout, taking place near a remote mountainous region of New Mexico. All of the X Men traveled there due to something urgent that needed to be discussed with Angel (reason not specified). The first sequence of panels started off with the introduction of the hideout, but rapidly changed pace when Angel and Jean started kissing each other. This was quickly broken up by Angel s current girlfriend. Embarrassed, Angel changed topics and picked up Cyclops, flying away to a more secure spot to discuss the problem at hand. After reading these panels multiple times, it was clear that they displayed some defining characteristics. In the first and last scenes the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Why Do Americans Already Enjoy Living Standards #1. Americans already enjoy living standards that far exceed world averages. Do we have enough? Should we even try to produce more? I think it is vital that Americans always continue to strive for prosperity because our economy is so market driven. Without the motivational drive for increasing output we would begin to lose vital elements behind our overall production in the United States. Although, I think it is important that we remember the goods and services that our lower class enjoys are considered luxuries in the poorer population of many other nations. Summing up my point I d say we have enough but we must continue to treasure the mentality of wanting more because it made our current standards of living possible. #2. Why is GDP ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. A Doll s House By Henrik Ibsen Realism is a theatrical movement during the 19th century, illustrating a story without artificial and supernatural elements, in other words, a realism play would show things that happen in our everyday life, much like naturalism. We can distinguish realism from other theatrical movements by the facts that its characters are believable to be the everyday type, the costumes are authentic to the time period being illustrated, the setting is based in only one location that is as close to our everyday life as possible, and because the story happens within 24 hours and only has one story line. There are many similarities between realism and naturalism. Some of those similarities are that both genres illustrate events that could happen in real ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although it was not until the mid 1900 that modern realism really emerged. By the 1950s, the box set with three walls was introduced and popularized. The box set is a way to stage something so that it creates the illusion of an interior room on the stage. An important name during the modern realism movement is Henrik Ibsen. Ibsen is now considered the founder of modern realism. Ibsen owes his title to his most famous play A Doll s House featuring the the taboo and deep seeded unrest in women of the time (1). In other words, Ibsen illustrated the everyday lives of his middle class audience. In doing so, Ibsen was soon followed by the Russians Chekhov and Gorky. Both writers were founders of the socialist realism, which is a style with the purpose of spreading the goals of socialism and communism. Chekhov and Gorky wrote about the boredom of the uneventful lives of the middle class, and later on they would portray the poorest classes as a suffering and working class. Gorky wrote The Lower Depths , which illustrated the working class and their living conditions. On the other hand, Chekhov wrote Three Sisters or even The Lady With the Dog , which portrayed the life of the middle class. All of those plays are now considered masterpieces of the socialist realism ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Personal Privacy or National Security Personal Privacy or National Security William Shelton ENG122: English Composition Prof. Lisa Clark August 7, 2012 Defining National Security VS Personal Privacy is a matter of looking at the basic nature of each. From research collected there is a consensus that we need balance. Too much of one hurts the other and vise versa. There are a couple of articles that range from Civil Liberties to the birth of public right to know that support the overall claim. Talks about the effects of censorship in different situations like war and peace will help prove that a balance needs to be forged. The problem here isn t the definition of personal vs national security, but the survival of each in light of each other. There is history in our nation ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This kind of action is completely unnecessary and undermines our Fourth Amendment. National security is the ability to protect our borders through homeland security while upholding the rights of nation. Privacy when openly tampered with is distorted. Nobody acts the same knowingly being watched. Information finds another way. There have been studies on lesser issues like workers. There is more productivity when people think they are being watched. The same when our liberties are at stake. What are people to do when it s done for the wrong reasons? Like when an African American see s a sign that separates white and color bathrooms. Another would be when the Jews were forced to where a star then live separately in their own projects. The US jokes about our nation being like fraternity. Every new group gets picked on. The Jew s for being good with money. The Mexicans for being illegal s and now it s the Arab s turn. But Arab s are all terrorist somehow. We have seen terror before from the Unabomber, the KKK, and columbine shooting. How do we keep up with inflation? The government finds one way to gather information and terrorist adapt. When civil liberties get trampled in the process more anti American groups rise to the occasion creating more danger inside America and out. A different example can be Adolf Hitler as a ruthless dictator and his main success as a dictator was propaganda. It ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Confidentiality And Conflict Of Interest Introduction Chapter 6 in the Introduction to Engineering Ethics book by Martin and Schinzinger covers the ethical behavior of engineers in regard to working for a company. This includes confidentiality and conflict of interest, teamwork, employee right and employer right. Each of these sections will be covered separately, and their impact on Senior Design Project 3 will be considered. Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest The first section of chapter 6 covers non disclosure of company information and its relation to employees. Companies possess proprietary information and trade secrets, and engineers have access to this information. To prevent the transfer of this information to other firms, companies have employee agreements to not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This type of file from a company cannot legally be decompiled, so knowing what the actual code executed by function calls is not possible. We were unable to effectively troubleshoot problems when they arose since we could not see the code. However, the compiling of this code did protect the company secrets effectively. Teamwork and Rights Section two of chapter 6 covers teamwork in a corporate setting, as well as employer and employee rights. To promote the morally responsible actions of employees, corporations need to promote an ethical work climate. Four main tenants of an ethical workplace are presented. The first is that both employees and managers acknowledge ethical values, and that responsibilities to stockholders, customers, and other stakeholders are kept. The second tenant is the use of ethical language in corporate dialog, such as introducing a code of ethics. Third, managers need to set a moral tone in actions and words, and through examples and personal behavior. Finally, companies should have a conflict resolution procedure. Loyalty is also covered in section 2 of the chapter. Loyalty to the employer is discussed, which includes both agency loyalty and attitude loyalty. Above all, engineers loyalty remains with the public according to the National Society of Professional Engineers. In their code of ethics, they state engineers should hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Bullies Vs Dictators Your typical school bully and a country s dictator, what s the difference? When asked this question many said, One rules the school, while the other one rules a country. . The truth is, there are many differences between the two, but with differences comes similarities. What are some differences between these two tyrannical figures? First, we need to know what a dictator and a school bully is. A dictator is a ruler with total power over a country. One of the most well known dictators is Adolf Hitler. Adolf was a dictator who was considered the most terrifying man of his time . A school bully is a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker. Now that you know the definitions of each, we can go on into the differences between the two. The most important difference between the two is why they treat people inadequately. School bullies overpower people because they feel insecure about themselves. Dictators, on the other hand, treat people atrociously because they strive for power. The next difference is that a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The initial similarity is their personalities. School bullies and dictators have a conceited, haughty personalities. Nevertheless, this makes them think they are superior. Secondly, a school bully and a dictator abuse, control, intimidate, and force others. A school bully forces people to abide by their rules, even if they are against the law. A dictator also forces people to act in accordance with their laws. If they contravene, they will have to face the consequences. Ultimately, a school bully and a dictator are both excellent speakers. Both figures can get themselves out of a sticky situation. When a bully gets questioned by an administrator, they speak smoothly and often avoid getting punished. Likewise, a dictator is very keen, therefore he has the ability to trick an entire population into believing whatever he or she ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Sidney Bechet Research Paper Perla G Chavira Sean Hennessey Jazz History 02 February 2017 Sidney Bechet Similar to Louis Armstrong a man named Sidney Bechet was a jazz musician who was among the best of New Orleans Jazz. Bechet was born into a middle class Creole family that accepted music as a huge part of their lives. Omar Bechet was Sidney s father; he was a flute player who played music as a pass time. Sidney had four brothers who also played instruments, Leonard was one of his brothers, Leonard played the trombone and also the clarinet. Sidney took on an interest in the clarinet and Leonard passed on his clarinet to Sidney (The Bechet Society. 1997). When Sidney Bechet first began playing clarinet, he would perform quadrilles, waltzes, and overall polite music meant for the middle class. Bechet many times would ditch class when he was a child to become proficient at his instrument and even started to play in local jazz groups. As Bechet grew older, he began playing more syncopated pieces in brothels and dance halls. Bechet performed and impressed Bunk Johnson, a legend, who played cornet. Bechet then joined the Eagle Band , a group composed of Johnson and other musicians of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He was a daring individual who improvised consistently and broke any obstacle in his life. Bechet had the field of saxophone wide open for himself because of how rare it was in New Orleans Jazz. Because Bechet did not trust his managers so he was not well known in the United States until his late career and after his death. He was practically worshipped in France and he seemed to be extremely happy there. He was admired in France so much that the day of his death was a national mourning day. Bechet was known as a very strong musician that spoke about his emotions through music and he was said to be weak as a man. Until a musician, John Coltrane, came along, Bechet completely controlled the soprano saxophone in jazz music (Jazz Rhythm. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Essay on Hairstyle and Job Being a hairstylist, it is all about the skills: The artistic skills, the communication skills, also, the skill to be patient and respectful. Some people have a difficult time trying to obtain all of these skills. Hairstylists have a tough job. No one really understands what the stylist goes through. The pressure to get things right and to make the client happy is a complicated situation. The job of a hairstylist is to create, develop, and enhance client s personal appearance. However, it is not all about beauty, you have to be able to interact good with the costumers. Being a hairdresser, your job is to shampoo, cut, colour, and style a client s hair. While you do all this, it is your duty to advertise some products and recommend what ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But there will always be that one hairdresser that is perfect for you. That will help choose a hairstyle for you and that will be communicative. In this career field, as a hairstylist, you do not make much money. The money you make, plus tips, is $11.13. Which means that annual your wage in this career is $23.140. Now this is not a lot of money, but for someone who loves their job it will work just fine. However, there is another way that you can go and you might make more money; is if you rent your chair from the salon. This way you get what you make on every hairstyle. But the downfall is that you have to buy all of your own products and tools. Which, I think renting your own chair is the way to go, because than all you have to pay for is your chair nothing else and you get all the money you make. When you have a family and so many bills to pay, this is not enough money to live off of. However, it will do if the husband has a job as well. Hairstylist is a job that will never have a dull moment. You learn something new every day. This is a career I would enjoy doing every day. You get to meet so many new people and help them with so many different things. Even though the money isn t good, if you love the job, it s a job for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Swot Analysis Of Berry Juice 5.0.Competitior analysis Competitors in the fruit juice industry in Australia(fig 1.8.) Berry juice and drinks Berry juice company is a dominant juice manufacturing company in Australia which has over 70 year expertise in obtaining the best fruit drinks.it provide consumers with different kinds of fruit flavors mainly apple, orange, black current etc. Their main aim is to grab the finest fruits growing across Australia. Therefore fruit juice they manufacture is from100% locally grown fruits. Their main competitor advantages is that the company does not use any artificial flavorings or colors nor sugar or water when manufacturing fruit juice. Golden circle Golden circle was a company which was started in 1940 with the pineapple cannery as their main production line. After few years they commenced into the fruit juice business producing varieties of fruit drinks over 150,000 tons per year. Golden circle company consists of flavors ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... one of the best brands in Australian fruit juice market. Their work era is more that 70years who have been delivering high quality drinks to Australian market with over 6 million fruits handpicked every week to deliver the best. Most of the manufactured juices are citrus flavored as per the high demand in orange juice etc. Their main objective is to deliver natural, delicious, nutritional fruit drinks for all the Australian homes for a healthy living. 5.1.Potters five force model. Potters five force is tool where you could find the essential advantages for a business. potters five force tool is mostly used in industrial sector analysis while potter diamond is well recommended for firms advantage. This model gives a proper understanding on the current competition and the strength of the market that the industry is willing to concur. The following illustration shows the strengths of the Australian market and its current dominants for the company Cargill s KIST nectar to analyze its competitors.(fig ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Lord Of Flies Book Vs Lord Of The Flies The Inner Beast Emerges The beast that lies inside of us all shows what it can do when it has a chance too. By Daniel Frankel The Lord of the Flies is a 250 page novel written by Sir William Golding. It was first published in 1954 and since then, has become a worldwide success. A quote from Golding was The right impression is the one that rises to the reader the first time he reads the book , This was perfectly suited for his book, as his book was a best seller. The movie based on the novel Lord of the Flies was first made in 1963 in black and white, then made again in colour in 1990 by Harry Hook. The movie has many deviations from the book however the storyline is basically the same and proved a success by grossing just under $14 million in the box office, making it a major film for the time period. Because this novel was such a success schools all around are still studying it in senior English. The Lord of the flies novel, starts at a reasonable pace and doesn t let the reader lose interest. Sir William Golding writes very descriptively and creates the images very clearly. For example his hair plastered to his forehead this gives the impression of heat, sweat, and steamy air. The story starts when a group of British school boys are stranded on an uninhabited island. Trying to maintain structure, the boys elect Ralph to be the leader, a position, Ralph, feels a duty as the eldest to fulfil. However, one of the other boys Jack wants to also be the leader, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Confucianism And Legalism The law in which the Qin constructed was harsh and unjust. They abolished the Zhou ist feudal system, replacing it with controlled local administration. The term in which this practice is called is Legalism; the belief in which people are born with evil tendencies. The government demanded total subordination of the people to the ruler. Although there is no commonly recognized founder, there is one person who is credited for the establishment of Legalism: Shang Yang, an important statesman during the Warring States Period for the Qin. The policies and measures initiated by Shang Yang were all designed to strengthen the state at the expense of the common people and the nobility, to subjugate the society under state domination. Through ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This system was to keep everyone in their place and avoid rebellions and uprisings. There were reports of subordination put into place once every three months, summaries every six, and permanent records every twelve. There was a doctrine fixed into law, called the Six Parasites. This is however a textual problem, there are actually sixteen. These parasites were rites, music, odes, history, cultivation, goodness, filial devotion, brotherly love, sincerity, trustworthiness, uprightness, integrity, humaneness, rightness, criticism of army, and lastly being ashamed of fighting. To violate any of these laws against the six was subject to punishment. Death to any criminals and any officials who allowed crimes, their punishments were carried out to their families and three generations after. When punishments are imposed, they shall not be applied to the guilty party alone. Punishments were severe. Small crimes were punished severly to make sure the punishment was understood and not repeated, especially if it were a larger crime. When Shang Yang wrote, ...if they let their ambition go too far, they will become too strong... it is interpreted that knowledge and aspiration for a better life can be power and lead to rebellion against the government. More consequential victims were the critical thinking of Legalists and the spirit of ruling by law, blamed for Qin s demise and condemned for two millennia by Confucians advocating the rule by men ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Home Theater Framework We have all sufficiently observed TV appears and Hollywood motion pictures to realize that for a few people having a home theater framework is as basic as having a kitchen or room. At first, home theaters were made or producers to review of their footage, screen tests, and full motion picture. From that point, they develop into a grown up toy among performers and it spread out from that point. Previously, home theaters were truly little universe with circular segment light houses and theater seats. They were frequently costly, expand undertakings is to coordinate the home. Today, we are sufficiently fortunate to get our hands on hardware from a wide scope of projectors, showcases, seating and other gear to outline our own particular home theater framework. Without a doubt the greatest choice you will need to make when outlining your own home theater is the place you will put the home theater. Finding a spot to put your 19 inch TV set is one thing, however discovering ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Case in point, in the event that you just have a little space on the mantle of the chimney, you should seriously mull over a plasma or LCD TV, and very little else. On the off chance that you just have a corner in the family room for your framework that strait down your pursuit also. Recollect that, you would prefer not to overspend on a framework that won t fit inside your home. It is about making dramatic climate, so take a gander at the space you have and work from that point. In any case, it is not the accessible space which will decide an all around planned framework yet how you enhance the spot accessible. You can put a theater framework anyplace in the house; you re lounge room, your room, or some other room committed to being your own home theater. The most vital thing is the way you build up the room s capacity to permit you to have an ideal video ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. How the Western Film Genre Has Developed over the Past... The Western film genre is typically set in a secluded village in the middle of the desert, normally in the American West. The setting includes wooden buildings, tumble weed, cacti, trains, horses and carriages. The storyline for western films is usually the same, namely, a hero travels to a remote village, usually on a horse, and brings peace to the warring villagers. In a traditional Western film the clothing for the hero is usually a white hat, (this is to show purity). The hero would also wear a brightly coloured shirt , a pair of jeans and cowboy boots with spurs on the back of them. The hero is also very clean and also normally tall and good looking. A traditional Western includes things like white settlers living in a town ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first film that showed early signs of a rise in the quality of technology was the Western The Great Train Robbery. When this film first came out the audience were so amazed at the fact that they could watch something on a TV or at the cinema. Although this film was very good for the 1900s it still lacked some key features that make films much easier to understand such as dialogue, sound and camera shots. The one feature of a film that developed the quickest over the period of time was sound. Sound was introduced in October 1927 in the film The Jazz singer , which had three song numbers and a few lines of spoken dialogue. Apart from these few songs and words, the rest of the movie was silent, but the audience still thought that it was amazing that words had been spoken in the film, they used to call it the movie that talked . The Western became one of the most popular film genres between the 1930s and the 1950s because of theses advances in technology. The development of smaller, lighter cameras freed the cameras from a tripod allowing more detailed camera work. To show moving effects cameras could be put on platforms that were attached to rubber wheels or steel rails like railroad tracks. The cameras could also be raised and lowered on cranes. Another thing that made Westerns more popular was the introduction of full colour in the 1930s and widescreen in the 1950s, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Hunt Descriptive Writing Waking up before the rising sun on the morning of the hunt left me feeling groggy with my eyes slow to open and close when blinking. Being extra quiet to not wake up my mother was a main challenge, trying to tippy toe around the cabin and dodging the creaky spots in the floor. Prior to eating breakfast, I began getting dressed. Due to the fact that I was in northern Minnesota, the weather was bone chilling and the wind would seep right through your layers onto your unexpecting skin. Once I had put on my long johns, sweatpants, and long sleeve shirt with a tee shirt on top I began to make my breakfast. I had decided to have scrambled eggs that were cooked to perfection with the yolk golden mixed in with the pure snow white egg white and flakes of pepper sprinkled throughout and toast with butter melted onto the crunchy outside making it soft with homemade strawberry jam spread thick on top. After I had finished my meal I continued getting ready. In doing so I put on the remainder of my clothes, my sweatshirt and hunting pants came next followed by my wool socks and winter hunting boots. Next I checked to make sure my backpack was ready and had all the essentials in it in case something were to happen. Lastly I grabbed my already loaded sleek black shotgun and put on my heaving winter coat, hats and gloves. Now I was ready to begin my hunt. Starting out, I was walking slowly down the freshly snow covered dirt lane in front of my cabin. As I was walking I could hear the crisp ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Archibald Motley Jr Research Paper Archibald Motley jr. was born october 7,1891 in New Orleans,LA. He was an african American visual artist. His family moved to chicago for his father s job. He witnessed hard work as a child this is something that carried with him through his artist career. He was offered a scholarship to study agriculture but he turned it down. He entered Englewood high school. In 1924 he married a women from high school, Edith Granzo. There marriage was secretive because back then there marriage was forbidden because she was german american. In 1924 he married Edith Granzo. She helped him finacial wise for the next decade. They had a child together in 1933. Motley jr. was offered a full scholarship in studying architecture,but he turned ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Abercrombie Fitch Abercrombie Fitch Co. ( A F ) a specialty retailer operates stores and direct to consumer operations through its subsidiaries. Incorporated in Delaware in 1996, Abercrombie Fitch Co. under the Abercrombie Fitch, Abercrombie kids, and Hollister brands sells: casual sportswear apparel, including knit and woven shirts, graphic t shirts, fleece, jeans and woven pants, shorts, sweaters, and outerwear; personal care products; and accessories for men, women and kids. The Company also operates stores and direct to consumer operations offering bras, underwear, personal care products, sleepwear, and at home products for women under the Gilly Hicks brand. A F operates over thousand stores in North America, Europe and Japan. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Company s return on assets (ROA) indicates what earnings were generated from invested capital (assets). Abercrombie Fitch s ROA, Return on Average Stockholders Equity, Comparable Store Sales increased respectively in 2010 from 0% to 5%, 0% to 8% and 23% to 7% compared to the previous year. The current ratio on the other hand decreased from 2.73 to 2.5. Despite the decrease of its current ratio, Abercrombie Fitch presents a high current ratio which is a good indicator of its ability to meet its short term obligation. Gross profit during Fiscal 2010 was $2.212 billion compared to $1.884 billion during Fiscal 2009. The company s ROA shows that the business utilizing efficiently its assets. Abercrombie Fitch presents gross profit margin of 64% and 63.8% for respectively 2009 and 2010 which indicates that the company has a gross income of $0.64 and $0.63 for each dollar of sales. A F high profit margin indicates that they are a more profitable company that has better control over its costs compared to its competitors where the average gross profit margin is 48.46% in 2009 according to Butler Consultants. The retail clothing industry had an average gross profit margin of 48.46 percent in 2009 according to Butler Consultants. The decrease in the gross profit rate for Fiscal 2010 was primarily driven by a 9% decrease in average unit retail, which was partially offset by a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Computer Security And Social Engineering Essay Computer security is a very important topic in today s world. One does not have to look far to read about data breaches, DDoS attacks, or other computer related crimes. When we think of cybercrime, we usually envision the Hollywood portrayal of technical hackers typing vigorously and wearing dark sunglasses. However, in reality, hacking tends to be much less glamorous. Actually, one critical element is often overlooked by the general public and movies alike; yet, every security professional knows, people are the weakest link, when it comes to security. In fact, as part of a demonstration at the 2010 Def Con hacking conference, large corporations were subject to social engineering techniques. The result was alarming: 96% of employees contacted by phone or email disclosed confidential information... (Ricart). In this paper, I will discuss the concept of social engineering: what it is, the types of attacks, the framework used in carrying out said attacks, and lastly, I will address countermeasures to mitigate the risk. Social engineering, as defined on social engineer.org, is any act that influences a person to take an action that may or may not be in their best interest (social engineer). Human nature is a very interesting topic and one that has been studied for centuries. Throughout its history, certain patterns and behaviors have been observed. Therefore, social engineering is a type of applied science that is rooted in psychology, however its nature is fluid and varies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Analysis Of Black Swan And Shutter Island Martin Scorsese and Darren Aronofsky are talented directors who have created many award winning films that incorporate certain techniques used to enhance the audience s experience of the film, some of their directorial techniques include symbolism, costume, lighting and dialogue. I have chosen Scorsese s 2010 film Shutter Island along with Aronofsky s 2010 film Black Swan as each of these films have scenes that incorporate the above mentioned techniques to portray the effects mental illness has on a person s health and welfare. The scenes are each 8 minutes in length and run until the closing credits begin. These techniques allow the audience to relate to the film by showing how it links to the world we live in today where mental illnesses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Symbolism is shown predominantly with the use of a war between black and white in relation to the war between the persona s Nina has in her mind. These symbols allow the audience to link to the director s main purpose of showing the effects mental illness has on the people suffering and also others that are involved closely in their lives. In both Shutter Island and Black Swan symbolism is featured profoundly throughout which gives the audience the chance to look for the deeper meaning in what they are viewing. The use of a number of different techniques such as costume and props displays hidden meaning in the film to the viewers and how this is expressed could hit certain levels of the psychological and emotional labyrinth that all of us have according to Scorsese. Symbolism in these films helps the audience understand the effects of mental illness by the cues shown such as the plaster on Teddy s forehead and the scratch on Nina s back, the more obscure cues given show that Teddy is a figment of imagination in Andrews mind and becoming a real black swan is also a figment of imagination in Nina s mind. Events that have happened in both Nina and Andrews past have taken over, leading them on the path of psychological disintegration. The symbolism used to portray this in both films is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...