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Aboriginal Justice Implementation Towards First Ti
Aboriginal Justice Implementation Towards First Time Youth Offenders in Canada. Erika Bramwell 11/30/2016 CRIM-3510 Aboriginal Justice Implementation Towards First Time Youth Offenders in Canada. This paper, writte n for the Issues in Indigenous J ustice at Lakehead University in Orillia , deals with Aboriginal people and the criminal justice system, with particular emphasis on the situation of Aboriginal y outh and Non-Aboriginal youth being rehabilitated in Ontario. This paper will look at in...

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Justice, Crime, Applied ethics, Crime prevention, Mediation, Positive criminology, Restorative justice, Prison, Alternatives to incarceration, Howard Zehr, Youth Criminal Justice Act
5 Factors to Consider in Selecting Mode of Freight
Transportation There are four key modes of freight transportation available for the movement of goods across Australia: aviation, maritime, rail and road. Each transportation mode affects operational and logistical decisions, and each mode\'s performance is influenced by variables such as distance, topography, capacity, loading procedure and duration, and fuel consumption. In Australia, the freight task has been largely catered by road and rail transportation modes, but for the purposes of this...

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Economy, Transport, Business, Shipping, Merchant navy, Logistics, Rail freight transport, Cargo, Intermodal freight transport, Rail transport, Mode of transport, Intermodal container
Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Wendy Dooley National American University Abstract Today sleep deprivation is a world wide epidemic. There are many unanswered questions in the field of sleep. Sleep deprivation is so common simply because we live in a world that is non-stop and most people simply just do not seem to have enough time in the day. The following paper explores three published articles on the effects of sleep deprivation, abbreviated term, SD. Results were from research conducted online via the internet. The articl...

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Neuroscience, Biology, Physiology, Sleep, Neurophysiology, Dream, Neuroscience of sleep, Sleep disorder
Life or Death, i n the hands of program ?
Life or Death, i n the hands of program ? One of the greatest invention of this century is self-driving cars. Think of this that a pr ogrammed car decides whether we, " live or die". The article " Self-driving cars don\'t care about your moral dilemmas" by Alex Hern talks about the self-driving cars and its moral values in a negative way. W e already know that computer is way more precise and perfect than humans. If that\' s case what you will choose? U nlike artificial program we humans are em...

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Emerging technologies, Technology, Automation, Robotics, Science and technology, Ethics, Autonomous car, Car, Artificial intelligence, Morality, Control car, Waymo
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|COMM 1007 | |A1: Response to Reading Essay | |Target Competencies: | 1. Analyze college-level texts to distinguish motivation, structure, and cohesiveness of argument. 3. Write organized, unified and coherent texts using correct grammar, mechanics, diction, and a standard documentation style. 4. Create informative and persuasive texts in which the main points are supported by appropriate evidence. Evaluation: Outline of Essay NA In-Class on Feb. 3rd Rough Draft NA Due on Blackboard at 11:59 pm...

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Writing, Human communication, Essay, Revision, Blackboard system, Language
Programs driving cars ! Better than humans ? As th
Programs driving cars ! Better than humans ? As the technology advanced s elf driving car - a n au t onomous vehicle that senses it's environment and navigates wi thout human assistance were developed . Imagine cars with their own brai n running dow n the streets without any assistance . Doesn't it sound like we are i n the future already ? The article " Self-driving cars don't care about your moral dilemmas" by Alex Hern talks about the same futuristic technology but in a negati...

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Emerging technologies, Technology, Automation, Science and technology, Robotics, Autonomous car, Car, Control car, Artificial intelligence, Ethics, Emotion, Philosophy
This essay aims to discuss the significant causes
of the opium war over which there has been much controversy. On the one hand, the Chinese perspective on the cause of the war is about Britain\'s immoral poisoning of China with opium from smuggling, while on the other hand Britain holds the view that the war was as a result of Chinese arrogance that treated foreigners as inferior beings and subjected Western countries to unfair trade and unacceptable diplomatic standards. Irreconcilable Cultural Differences During the 18th and early 19th centu...

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Opium, Economic history of China, Guangzhou, China, Qing dynasty, First Opium War, Smuggling, Lin Zexu, Hoppo, Canton System, William Jardine, Cohong
Hypothesis of Depression on teenager
Vivian Anderson Why is that teen girls age 15-19 are prescribed more Antidepressants drugs than boys? Depression is a serious mental health problem that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest in activities. It normally affects how they think, feels and behaves and it can cause emotional, functional and physical problems. Depression and anxiety have risen among teenage girls in England, with more than a third reporting symptoms of distress, although the rates are stable amon...

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Psychiatry, Depression, Abnormal psychology, Psychiatric diagnosis, Behavioural sciences, Psychology, Major depressive disorder, Dysthymia, Mood disorder, Mental disorder, Antidepressant, Mental health
GRAM SADAK YOJANA
left50001356995 00 centercenter10000010000015000678307070007480301150003100069291207000748030800000 OBJECTIVES AND GUIDING PROGRAMME PRINCIPLES I. INTRODUCTION Rural Road Connectivity is not only a key component of Rural Development by promoting access to economic and social services and thereby generating increased agricultural incomes and productive employment opportunities in India, it is also as a result, a key ingredient in ensuring sustainable poverty reduction. Notwithstanding the effort...

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Road transport in India, India, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, Rural community development, Transportation planning, Ministry of Rural Development, Panchayati raj, Bharat Nirman
Varias , Riesl March 22, 2017
Varias , Riesl March 22, 2017 16-1502 6YP2 TITLE Despite the sturdy wooden material of the stairs, I lightly treaded down, pausing to look at my right and out into the humble scenery beyond the large windows. There I saw the lush green leaves of the different plants in the small garden, the f lowers that brought on a fragrant scent, and the occasional butterfly fluttering around. Behind that was a beige wall, decorated with metal long vertical spikes on top to keep unwanted creatures from climb...

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This is an informative speech about Virtual Realit
y. INTRODUCTION Imagine yourself being able to jump off of the Empire State Building and fly over New York City on your own personal tour. You catch a glimpse of Madison Square, you see a breathtaking view of Broadway, and then you quickly pass over Monk\'s Coffee Shop, where Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer have spent many a memorable time. Now step back a few hundred years. How would you like to go back to medieval times and joust with a Celtic Knight. Envision slaying a fire-breathing drago...

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Virtual reality, Digital media, Humancomputer interaction, Reality, Immersion, Virtual world, Simulation, Computer graphics, Methods of virtual reality, Cave automatic virtual environment
Salim Elakhras
Jaime Astacio Rhetoric and Composition II 6 April 2014 Nutrition and Body Composition from a Science Perspective There is a common misconception in society that certain types of food can make a person obese and unhealthy, or that eating every two to three hours keeps the metabolism running faster and more efficient. The fitness industry has conned the population into buying meal plans hoping that these prepackaged meal plans bring magical weight loss. I have researched nutrition and its effect...

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Health, Personal life, Nutrition, Obesity, Diets, Metabolism, Food science, Specific dynamic action, Weight loss, Nutrient, Weight gain, Basal metabolic rate
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Salim Elakhras Dr . Cory Lock Lit of American Experience 7 May 2015 Some Bad "Blood" Here: Won\'t You Let It Lie?        People\'s understanding of themselves is usually influenced by several factors throughout their lives . For those living in a community within their own culture (like a Muslim-Arab living in the United States) , the biggest factor in finding oneself is typically influenced by one\'s race and/or religion . Other factors can be government and political influence, peer inf...

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Arab people, Asia, Arab, Islam in Africa, Arabs, Middle East, North Africa, Palestinians
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Professor Jaime Rhet oric and Comp osition II 18 March , 2014 Annotated Bibliography Calories in Context. " Stoking the Metabolic Fire: Does Higher Meal Frequency Increase Metabolism and Enhance Fat Loss?" NutriDylan . 20 January, 2013. Web. 14 Mar. 2014 NutriDylan is a blog site about nutrition. In his various blogs, Dylan addresses nutrition topics and myths using credible studies and sources. In this article, Dylan addresses the idea that the metabolism is a furnace that must be fed often or...

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Diets, Health, Nutrition, Obesity, Personal life, Fad diets, Food science, Dietetics, Low-carbohydrate diet, Specific dynamic action, High-protein diet, Weight gain
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Salim Elakhras Dr. Cory Lock Lit of American Experience 4 March 2015 The American Dream as Told by Fredrick Douglass Freedom, equality, and happiness are all char acteristics that people think about when the American Dream comes up. Many people immigrate to the United States of America in hopes of chasing their version of the American Dream. The American Dream and pursuit of happiness and prosperity is what drives them to leave their life back home and start a new one in a completely different...

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Frederick Douglass, Lecturers, United States, American studies, African-American literature, Douglass, Memphis, Tennessee, American Dream, Nigger, Black people, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Self-Made Men
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Scott McKinlay CULF 3330 . 11 7 March 2016 "A History of the World in 6 Glasses" Essay History is a narrative with the potential to be told through individual topics like specific discoveries and inventions . When history is told from this micro perspective it shapes the readers understanding of the wide ranging social and cultural impacts of these specific topics on our modern society . One interpretation of the history of the world is through the creation and use of 6 beverages as outlined in...

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Food and drink, Neurochemistry, Personal life, Fermented drinks, Euphoriants, Anesthesia, Anxiolytics, GABAA receptor positive allosteric modulators, Beer, Rum, Drink, Alcoholic drink
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Scott McKinlay CULF 3330 . 11 2 May 2016 Syria Workshop Essay War torn Syria is one of the biggest ongoing conflicts in this generation that has displaced over 10 million people, 3 million plus of which are refugees, and resulted in 800,000 injured and 200,000 Syrians killed . This conflict has stripped 20 years off of the life expectancy of Syrians, bringing it from 76 to 56 . Pre-Civil War, president of Syria Bashar Al-Assad was known for ruling with a pan-Arab form of nationalism called Baat...

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Middle East, Western Asia, Asia, Politics of Syria, Assad family, Syrian Civil War, Bashar al-Assad, Syria, Free Syrian Army, Hezbollah, International reactions to the Syrian Civil War
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Scott McKinlay CULF 3330 . 11 4 May 2016 "A History of the World in 6 Glasses" Coca Cola Essay When looking at history from an analytical standpoint , it is important to consider that even the smallest aspects can have the most dramatic impacts . It is more so astonishing when one discovers the impact that a simple drink such as Coca Cola had on history and how it shaped society into what it is today . Tom Standage outlines the impact Coca Cola had on history in his book "A History of the World...

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Food and drink, Cola, Patent medicines, Coca-Cola, Kosher food, The Coca-Cola Company, Coca, Cocacolonization, Diet Coke
Cancer and the Environment
As the fear of cancer grows, many questions that concern the causes of cancer arise. These questions, ranging from the outright ridiculous to the seemingly scarily plausible, puts to the general public. As scientists point out that the true cause of cancer is the human body turning against itself with invasive mutated cells, not even the smartest of them can tell what caused the cells to mutate in the first place. The mechanics of how the body incepts a tumor is known; however, it is not clear...

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Biology, Occupational safety and health, Pathology, Medicine, Health, Bjrn Lomborg, Environmental skepticism, Sandra Steingraber, RTT, Causes of cancer, Cancer, Pesticide
Seemingly disheartened by the fact that orthodox w
riting has become a gratuitous and senseless task of just stringing words together, John C. Bean fears that the art form of writing has been separated from what makes it great, "thinking and creating," stripping writing to no more than a few "grammar drills" (16). In Bean\'s article "How Writing is Related to Critical Thinking" from the book Engaging Ideas, the author implies that the students are no longer writing with purposeful thought because the orthodox method of writing is one that rewar...

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Education, Writing, Human communication, Euthenics, Educational psychology, Learning, Essay, Critical thinking, Writer
Epigenetics Classification Essay
Emerging as one of the most scientific time period in history, the twenty first century will be remembered for its rapid advancement in scientific progress, and the public could not have lived in a better time period to learn about these advancements. New methods of communication not only speed up developing ideas and collaborative efforts among scientists because of the potential to communicate instantly and effortlessly across the globe, but also news about any emerging topics in science has...

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Genetics, Epigenetics, Biology, DNA methylation, CpG site, Methylation, Computational epigenetics, Behavioral epigenetics
For 05/31 /2016, Tuesday
For 05/31 /2016, Tuesday Topic: the figurative language - allegory of two sons of Abraham There are many " figures " in the Bible that are used to represent important spiritual events in God \' s work. Among these " figures " , we will study a very important figure of speech used by the apostle Paul. This allegory given by Paul below has a key in understanding what the whole Bible is about. The Spirit led the apostle Paul to write and interpret the following : Galatians 4:22-31 22 For it is wri...

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Torah, Book of Genesis, Abraham, Hebrew Bible, Bible, Lech-Lecha, Vayeira, Prophets of Islam, Ishmael, Hagar, Sarah, Galatians 4
Aspirin Synthesis and Analysis
Purpose: The percent composition of acetylsalicylic acid in a synthesized compound (formed through a catalyzed reaction of salicylic acid and acetic anhydride with sulfuric acid) was determined through comparison of commercial aspirin by absorbance of 530 nm wavelength of light. Theory: Acetylsalicylic acid is synthesized through a catalyzed reaction of salicylic acid and acetic anhydride (C7H6O3(s)+C4H6O3(l)HC2H3O2(l)+C9H8O4(s)). The acetylsalicylic acid is being formed through a process known...

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Chemistry, Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, Antiseptics, Functional groups, Bayer AG, Salicylic acid, Aspirin, Acetic anhydride, Acetic acid, Sulfuric acid, Acid, Acetyl group
A Hopeful Fight
More than one hundred years ago, Alois Alzheimer delineated an unusual disease that took the life of one of his patients. Alzheimer described his patient as suffering from memory loss, language problems, and unpredictable behavior ("Alzheimer\'s Fact Sheet," 2014). After Alzheimer reported the first case of this disease, more cases have been identified and have increased in number over time. However, even though this disease- which bears Alois Alzheimer\'s name- has been about for more than cen...

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Medicine, Alzheimer's disease, Cognitive disorders, Psychiatry, Learning disabilities, Psychiatric diagnosis, Clinical medicine, RTT, Dementia, Neurofibrillary tangle, Auguste Deter, Amyloid
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The aim of the experiment was to determine the determine the values of gamma, work done to the adiabatic, and the expected temperature change of air, nitrogen, argon, and carbon dioxide at room temperature by simulating an adiabatic expansion and compression of each gas while enclosed in an AGLA apparatus. By recording and using pertinent pressure measurements, volume and temperature, values of work done to and by the system, values of gamma, and the expected temperature change can be calculate...

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Physics, Thermodynamics, Continuum mechanics, Mechanics, Physical quantities, Thermodynamic properties, Atmospheric thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Heat capacity ratio, Adiabatic process, Heat capacity, Heat
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The purpose of this experiment was to find the values of the change in molar internal energy of combustion and the change in molar enthalpy of combustion of naphthalene through a bomb calorimeter. For this experiment, temperatures versus time were plotted. Then, the inflection point was calculated from the change in temperature. With the change in temperature the heat capacity, Cbomb, was calculated to determine the calibration of the bomb. The Cbomb was then used to calculate the molar enthalp...

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Chemistry, Physics, Nature, Thermochemistry, Calorimeter, Calorimetry, Laboratory equipment, Enthalpy, Combustion, Enthalpy of neutralization
Coursework Coversheet
FOR BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS MODULES ONLY TWO COPIES OF ALL WORK TO BE SUBMITTED CANDIDATE NUMBER 160511 MODULE CODE 747N1 DATE DUE 05/12/2016 DATE SUBMITTED 05/12/2016 TITLE OF MODULE LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT NAME OF SEMINAR TUTOR DR NACHIAPPAN SUBRAMANIAN NAME OF MODULE CONVENOR DR DES DORAN NO OF WORDS (approx.) 1500 "In m aking this submission I declare that my work contains no examples of misconduct, such as plagiarism, collusion, or fabrication of results." INCOMPLETE COVERSHEETS...

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Economy, Business, E-commerce, Konga.com, Logistics, Konga, Online shopping, Reverse logistics, Sim Shagaya, Jumia
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Professor Ritter ENGL 1101 15 February, 2017 "The Beat (Up) Generation" In the article "The Beat (Up) Generation" (2014), written by Abby Ellin, she analyzes the difference between the younger and older generations , the Baby Boomers, the Gen-Xers, and the Millennials, while informing the reader of what others think of the Millennials . Ellin supports her thesis by comparing the differences within each generation , yet also emphasizing how millennials view life and work by providing plenteous q...

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Demography, Population, Demographics, Millennials, StraussHowe generational theory, Generation X, Baby boom, Generation, Ellin
Was Bismark responsible for the unification of
Germany? Reform and revolution were something of the Era during the 19th century. Britain had undergone an industrial revolution as well as France being part of one of the greatest revolutions of all time. Russia was also undergoing changes and the German speaking states of Europe were of no exception. In 1848 the states wanted unification under their terms, balancing power and dividing the riches evenly. Wilhelm, the king of Prussia wanted nothing to do with this but was open to the idea of un...

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Modern history of Germany, World history, 2nd millennium, Modernity, Unification of Germany, German Empire, Austro-Prussian War, German Confederation, Prussia, Bismarck, Otto von Bismarck, Gerson von Bleichrder
Randomness and random numbers have traditionally b
een used for a variety of purposes, for example games such as dice games. With the advent of computers, people recognized the need for a means of introducing randomness into a computer program. Surprising as it may seem, however, it is difficult to get a computer to do something by chance. A computer running a program follows its instructions blindly and is therefore completely predictable. Computer engineers chose to introduce randomness into computers in the form of pseudorandom number genera...

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Cryptography, Applied mathematics, Information theory, Statistical randomness, Random number generation, Pseudorandom number generators, Pseudorandomness, Randomness, Entropy, Key, Random.org, One-time pad
The Renaissance in Europe was in one sense an awak
ening from the long slumber of the Dark Ages. What had been a stagnant, even backsliding kind of society re-invested in the promise of material and spiritual gain. There was the sincerely held belief that humanity was making progress towards a noble summit of perfect existence. How this rebirth - for Renaissance literally means rebirth - came to fruition is a matter of debate among historians. What cannot be debated is that humanity took an astounding leap forward after hundreds of years of dri...

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Literature, Culture, Arts, Renaissance art, English poetry, English Renaissance, Pastoral, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance music, English literature, Renaissance architecture, Humanism
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very of the Greek and Roman culture, especially its philosophies, its principles, and its literatures (approximately 1000-1600). Through a gradual accumulation and translation of ancient texts, such as Aristotle\'s Poetics and Homer\'s epics, the Iliad and the Odyssey, Europe emerged from the Dark Ages into a new intellectual energy that resulted in a consolidation of the English language from its many origins (languages from invading hordes, from visitors, from its own origins in Wales and so...

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Philosophical movements, Philosophy, Christian humanists, Perennial philosophy, Catholic Church, Medieval philosophy, Renaissance humanism, Culture, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Humanism, Library, Lorenzo de' Medici
How would you rate your importance in your home?
Highest, High, Middle, Low, Lowest If your younger brother or sister grew up to be your Boss – would you be comfortable with it? In your group of friends – who usually makes most of the decisions? Do Now: Structure helps us know what is expected of us Ensures stability from one generation to the next – even though the actual society changes Social Structure: network of interrelated statuses and roles Social Structure Defines where you fit in society Ascribed Status: assigned according to...

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Sociology, Social status, Role theory, Behavioural sciences, Social inequality, Gender studies, Ascribed status, Role conflict, Role, Sociology of gender, Social group, Gender role
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Mr. Rabih Al Halabi English writing 5 march 2017 Utopia and dystopia Everyone seeks a perfect society, a place with no crime, racism, poverty, or hunger, everyone seeks utopia. But some people, in their pursuit of utopia, eventually reach dystopia, the antonym of utopia, without realizing it. although dystopia and utopia are the complete opposite, people usually can\'t differentiate between them. However, they can be distinguished by their achievability, characteristics, and origin. Utopia is a...

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Fiction, Culture, Postmodernism, Utopian novels, Idealism, Literature, Dystopia, Futurology, Social philosophy, Utopia
[ ACT I ] The Virtuoso
[ ACT I ] The Virtuoso (Character 1) is a skillful and cautious criminal psychopath who sees art in those he murders. Once a prisoner of war who was locked behind bars, he then later was released from prison through his connections with the ( C ontinent name)\'s ruling council , he now works as their twisted and vile assassin. In which he uses the weapons supplied to him as his paintbrush, (Character 1) is an artist, once given a blank canvas his art has the ability to terrify; horrifying and d...

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US History-1301 09 December 2016 The Killer Angels Book Report Michael Shaara, The Killer Angels, 1st Edition. New York: The Ballantine Publishing Group, 1975. Michael Shaara, a child of Italian immigrants, was born on 1928 in New Jersey. Since Shaara was little, he had always wanted to be a writer when he grows up. Graduated from the University of Vermont, he had started his career as an author along with being a professor at Florida State University. Some of his early writings were published...

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Gettysburg Campaign, American literature, Fiction, Literature, Michael Shaara, The Killer Angels, Battle of Gettysburg, Gettysburg, Buster Kilrain, The Last Full Measure
Franz Joseph Haydn
Franz Joseph Haydn, a world renowned Austrian composer, who was born on March 31, 1732 is one of the most influential individuals in the advancing progress of the Classical way of music throughout the eighteenth century. His innovations assisted in crafting practices and styles for the string quartet and the symphony. Thus, he became known as both, the "Father of the Symphony" and the "Father of the String Quartet." Haydn was born in the Austrian village of Roharu to a father who was a wheelwri...

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Music, Classical music, Joseph Haydn, Age of Enlightenment, Esterhzy, Count Morzin, String quartet, Gregor Werner, Mathias Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Chamber music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Period 2 Nat Turner\'s Rebellion One of the most notable slavery uprising in history took place on August 21, 1831, it is known as Nat Turner\'s Rebellion, which may also be referred to as Southampton Insurrection. The spark of this bloody uprising originated from Nathaniel Turner\'s philosophies of religion. He enlisted 75 slaves into the organization and resulted in the deaths of 51 white people. Although the insurrection was a failure, it struck fear into the minds and souls of the Southerne...

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Slavery in the United States, American slaves, Slavery, African diaspora, Nat Turner's slave rebellion, Nat Turner, Slave rebellion, Gabriel Prosser, Stono Rebellion, Southampton County, Virginia, New York Conspiracy, Abolitionism
United Nations Population Fund. Asian Son Prefere
United Nations Population Fund. "Asian Son Preference Will Have Severe Social Consequences, New Studies Warn" National Youth Leadership Forum: Medicine. Washington DC: 2015. (88-89). The United Nations Population Fund, found and started operations in 1969 they are the leading UN agency in which insures that every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth to be healthy and safe and every young child\'s potential to become great fulfilled . Their achievements include the improvement of reproductive h...

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Dual Credit United States History December 12, 2016 Shaara, Michael.  The Killer Angels: The Classic Novel of the Civil War , First Ballantine Books Edition. New York: Ballantine Books, 1975. Michael Shaara, an outstanding writer with numerous award-winning stories, was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, in 1928. Growing up as the son of Italian immigrants, he attended Rutgers University and was inspired to become a writer. In the process of becoming the successful writer he had dreamed to be, h...

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The Civil War, being the most devastating war that
America has ever participated in, it also came to be the most important war in American history. The Battle of Gettysburg, fought in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during 1863, lasting 3 days long, was an important victory for the Union forces. In the novel "The Killer Angels" Mr.Shaa ra , who is known as an American author of historical fiction, has taken the time to research every moment of the war in which he then has successfully written a novel that allows those the read it the tragedy and madne...

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Ms. Nguyen English 3 DC 10/4/2016 "Bros before Hos : The Guy Code " In the article "Bros B efore Hos : The Guy Code " written b y Michael Kimmel and published i n 2008 by Guyland explains the problematical of maleness conduct men tend to follow. In the text , Kimmel expla ins how boys and men are being influenced by a set of rules called the "guy code" . These "rules" include quotes such as "boys don\'t cry" and "it\'s better to be mad than sad", this implies that showing emotion is bad and sho...

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Gender, Social constructionism, Guyland, Young adult, Biology, Gender studies, Male feminists, Sociology of gender, Identity, Emotion, Michael Kimmel, Le Roman de Silence
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4 th period English 1301 Ms. Nguyen Bassackwards Summary In the article "Bassackwards " written by Jay Nordlinger and published by NR Digital , the artic le speaks about how many E n glish employers in different profes sions are learning how to speak Spanish to communicate to their Spanish spea king employee s by using "Construction Spanish . " Those workers thought that they had to learn English and that their employers wouldn\'t care to learn Spanish in order to communicate with them . In the...

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October 25, 2016 Ms. Nguyen English 1301 Should American Football Be Banned? American football has become one of the biggest topics when it comes to injured player\'s and former pro football players . In today\'s society many people agree that American football should be gone for good . American football is a widely popular sport here in the U.S but the matter of the fact is that it is too dangerous to be played . Studies by the National High School Sports- Related Injury Surveillance Study hav...

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Ms. Nguyen English 1302 February 10, 2017 Image Analysis Paper This photo is of a younger boy between the age of six to eight-years-old . In the photo shows the little boy crying with tears running down his face sta ring to the upper righ t of the photo with sadness and hurt shown in his eyes . There are words in the form of a hand wrapped around the little boys\' neck that say such things as "moron", "fool", and " punk" . The photo also has a statement that says, "your words have power, use th...

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How Diversity Destroyed Affirmative Action
After reading "How Diversity Destroyed Affirmative Action", I would say I have to disagree. I don\'t agree with some of the things the people did while reading this text. It stated in the article " In the late 1960s, towards the end of the civil-rights era, most leading colleges and professional schools started to give black students spec ial consideration in admissions." I feel that this is unnecessary because everyone should be treated equally no matter what race you are. To me, I feel that s...

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Social inequality, Politics, Structure, Discrimination, Education, Affirmative action, Education policy, 9, Affirmative action in the United States, Regents of the University of California v. Bakke
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Ms. Nguyen English 1302 January 10, 2017 Persuasive Essay Dear Houston City Council, There are many words and phrases teens fear of hearing coming from their parent\'s mouth. One of those words would be "curfew". Teenagers see this time of their lives as a time to break away from their families to gain freedom and to explore new things. To teenagers, having a curfew may seem unreasonable and unfair due to that their friends may not have one. The concept of having a curfew makes sense but what t...

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41338501079500 Sara Sanchez English 1302 Ms. Nguyen 4 th period Image Analysis: Details of Renaissance Paintings In 1984 , Andy Warhol produced a series of paintings entitled Details of Renaissance Pai ntings which featured images from classical Renaissance art . In one particular painting, Warhol creates a depiction of Sandro Botticelli\'s 1482 paint ing of a goddess named Venus . Botticelli\'s piece of art is known as The Face of Venus . In the painting, Warhol focuses on Venus\' face and flo...

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Ignoring The Inevitable
Politically speaking both men and women who exchange sex services for food, shelter, goods, money and so on are called prostitutes or sex workers. Socially speaking their names aren\'t quite as respectable. They receive an endless list of constant slandering labels that is downright demoralizing and verbally abusive. Society looks at sex workers as taboo, they\'re something that is not to be talked about. This may be a part of the idea that many countries, rather than embrace sexuality and sexu...

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Sex industry, Sex workers' rights, Human sexuality, Prostitution, Casual sex, Personal life, Sex worker, English Collective of Prostitutes, Behavior, Violence against prostitutes
Module 3 Homework
Remember to discuss your answers in detail—about a paragraph per question. Remember to follow the Academic Integrity Policy. Upload homework at the link provided in this module. QUESTIONS FOR AREOPAGITICA (John Milton) Which, according to Milton, is worse, destroying a book or destroying a human being? Why? Milton believed that books are more than just paper and ink. The descriptiveness he uses in Areopagitica shows that he values ink in a book more than blood in a man. That a book with reaso...

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Law, Philosophy, Political philosophy, Rights, Libertarian theory, Habeas corpus, Liberalism, Philosophy of law, John Milton, Areopagitica, Democracy, Writ