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Victoria Godfrey
ART-111-In1 Dustin Robertson Visual Journal Entry #2 2/11/2017 Photography: Richard Peters at Work, Graeme Green, 2017. I chose this photograph because in the middle of a world focused on dominating and slaughtering wildlife, Richard Peters chooses to shoot animals in a preserving, peaceful way. It may not be easy to see at first but he is in the middle of his daily routine of climbing, scaling, crouching, and laying in uncomfortable areas and harsh conditions to create the perfect set of photo...

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Communication design, Visual arts, Design, Negative space, Advertising, Graphic design, Learning
Victoria Godfrey
ART-111-IN1 Dustin Robertson Visual Journal Entry #1 1/18/2017 This oil painting by Werner Horvath (Austria, 2007) is inspired by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. The name of this piece is a direct quote from Nietzsche which is as follows: "Of the three metamorphoses of the spirit I tell you: how the spirit becomes a camel; and the camel, a lion; and the lion, finally, a child." Just as the English language reads from left to right, the German language does as well. If one sees an ar...

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Philosophy, Religion, Irreligion, Atheistic existentialism, Friedrich Nietzsche, Determinists, Existentialists, Nihilists, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Self-awareness
Tricked
I review ed a documentary from 2013 called "Tricked". Its focus is to properly portray the lives of sex workers and pimps as accurately as possible to an uninformed audience. Pimps use a sort of parenting method to control their sex workers. They act as parents , or more accurately authoritative figures, in order to set rules and guidelines that their workers must abide by, or else fear punishmen t for not following said rules. Pimps prey on young minority women to easily manipulate their frag...

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Sex industry, Prostitution, Behavior, Human sexuality, Structure, Gender studies, Sex workers' rights, Sex worker, Procuring, Sociology of gender, Sex work, Gender role
Pollution
Victoria Godfrey South Piedmont Community College Abstract The lowering albedo and warming are directly connected to air, water and soil pollution . Air pollution, allows earth to absorb more radiation, which heats up the earth, by burning holes through the ozone layer a result of various chemicals causing negative reactions. Water pollution makes its way to the icecaps leaving dark matter on glaciers to trigger the lowering albedo. After a buildup of soil pollution, garbage and landfill materi...

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Climatology, Physical geography, Chemistry, Climate forcing, Climate change, Environmental toxicology, Pollution, Air pollution, Albedo, Ozone, Soil, Water pollution
Minorities in American
Victoria Godfrey South Piedmont Community College Then Christopher Columbus sought after riches. He looked far and wide to discover India, where there were rumors to be a plentiful amount of spices, pearls and gold. He arrived in America, and came across Native Americans. But being so directionally challenged he called them Indians , even after finding out that he wasn\'t in India . He asked the Natives ‘ who owns this land?\' , and they did not know what he was talking about. They believed i...

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Midwestern United States, United States, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Environmental justice, Mississippi River, Missouri River, Water law in the United States, Dakota Access Pipeline, Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Indigenous Environmental Network, Sioux
Victoria Godfrey
Feminism Across the Genres South Piedmont Community College Feminism Across the Genres The cult of domesticity is an ideology that created a new idea about the role of women in society. It was founded on the fact that the nineteenth-century women were both mentally and physically inferior to men (Taylor, 2002). It is now a common understanding that the challenges against of the cult of domesticity, what we call feminism, has so far been divided into four waves, which roughly date from the late...

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Feminism, Third-wave feminism, Feminist theory, Culture, Women's rights, Gender, Riot grrrl, Fourth-wave feminism, Kathleen Hanna, Sexual objectification, Index of feminism articles, Hip-hop feminism
K obe Walker
K obe Walker Thoreau Essay November 8 th , 2016 Simplicity In Henry David Thoreau\' s book, Walden a nd On The Duty of Civil Disobedience the clearest theme was the author \'s desire to live a simple life . In the beginning of the book Thoreau offers his first illustration of simplicity, "I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I h ad built myself. ( Thoreau, pg.1)" Thoreau challenges himself to see if he can live a simple life in the woods away from society. He...

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Literature, Civil disobedience, American literature, Nonviolence, Non-fiction, Lecturers, Left-libertarians, Walden, Henry David Thoreau, Simple living, Nature, Thoreau Society
REALISM AND NATURALISM
CHOICES Realism and Naturalism are literary movements that took place in the 19th century. Whereas the realist writer attempted to portray the lives, appearances, problems, customs and mores of the common people and reproduce their attitudes, material conditions and physical setting, the naturalist writer emphasized the animal nature of human beings, particularly their heredity, portraying them as animals engaged in a struggle for survival. In the realist short story "The Choice" by Edith Warto...

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Fiction, Stephen Crane, Literary realism, Maggie Simpson, Maggie Greene, Realism, Arts
Biotechnology has no Place in Sports
Name Institution A ffiliation Biotechnology has no Place in Sports The discovery and development of sports ha ve to be one of the greatest leisure events in the history of human existence. People participate in sports with a goal to win and achieve greatness. In the recent years , sports has turned into a profession with many athletes topping the list of the ric hest people in the universe . Ever since sports came into existence, fans and the society a s a whol e have judged the sport according...

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Biology, Bioethics, Biotechnology, Emerging technologies, Applied genetics, Genetic engineering, Gene therapy, Doping in sport, Sport, Next
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Professor Andrew Behrmann English 111 6th February 2017 The King\'s Speech To those that have not seen the film The King\'s Speech I urge you to watch it, so you can know of the numerous reasoning\'s preceding of King George VI\'s articulation of his wartime broadcast. In September 1939, the king of the United Kingdom gave an a ddress to the nation, telling them that they were again at war . Using argumentation, addressing his subject\'s appropriately, and dealing with his speech defect effecti...

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Philosophy, British knights, Orders, decorations, and medals of Imperial Germany, Rhetoric, Arguments, Argumentation theory, Debating, Logic, Social epistemology, The King's Speech, Reason, Argument
Parnian Safaraifard
Section M Minds, Brains and Machines M. A. Khalidi 01/31/17 Question: T he general question that this study explores is if animal species have developed the adaptive advantage to accurately distinguish the amount of risk different subcategories of predators pose to their survival through auditory cues . This study tackles the general question by investigating whether groups of free-ranging Africa n elephants can differentiate between the magnitude of risk associated with hu mans differing in et...

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Fauna of Africa, Elephants, Elephant, African elephant, Amboseli National Park
Essay #2
Parnian Safaraifard 214792113 Cameron Johnston AP/SOSC 1140 9.0 Self, culture and society November 30 th , 2016 In the reading "Theoretical" by Engels, the contradictions and consequences of capitalism are discussed by the application of historical materialism. Engels defines historical materialism as the idea that the structure of society is based on the production and exchange of its products. He explains that in every society, the distribution of the products, the division of the members of...

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Thought, Marxian economics, Economy, Philosophy, Economic ideologies, Marxism, Materialism, Production economics, Capitalist mode of production, Historical materialism, Mode of production, Capitalism
Running Head: Essay One
Essay One: Self, Culture and society: Critical Perspectives Parnian Safaraifard Cameron Johnston York University The key social problem that Dorothy Lee is addressing in the chapter Individual Autonomy and Social Structure is that the social structures in which we live, foster a lack of respect for individual autonomy and in consequence, promote permissiveness and a false idea of freedom. A permissive society is one in which one seeks and grants permission to act according to their wish (Lee, 6...

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Childhood, Behavior, Parenting, Autonomy, Respect, Psychology, Ethics
Table 1: Data table displaying the respiratory rat
e, mean, standard deviation, standard error and 95% confidence interval of the respiration of Tenebrio molitor in light and dark test tubes measured in mL of O2 over a span of 0.27 h per 2g of mealworms. The respiratory rates were collected by placing 2g of Tenebrio molitor (mealworms) along with microcentrifuge tubes containing granular soda lime in the designated test tubes for each treatment. Controls were set to ensure the respiration rates were as a result of the worms only, so the data fo...

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Matter, Chemistry, Tenebrionidae, Bird feeding, Insects as food, Mealworm, Respiration, Medicine, Respiratory rate, O2, Oxygen
BIOL 1000 Laboratory 1 - Oxygen Consumed by Mealwo
rms Table 1: Respiration of Tenebrio molitor in Dark Test Tubes                           X axis (time, hours) 0 0.03 0.06 0.01 0.13 0.16 0.2 0.23 0.26 mL O2/ hour Weight of Organisms (g) Respiratory Rate (mL O2 consumed/h/g) Experimental Tube 1 (trial 1) 0 0.02 0.07 0.05 0.05 0.06 0.03 0.03 0.04 0.066 2.05 0.032195122 Experimental Tube 2 (trial 1) 0 0.02 0.01 0.01 0.04 0.04 0.03 0.02 0.01 0.055 2.08 0.026442308 Control (trial 1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                   ...

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The respiration rate of Tenebrio molitor versus th
e respiration rate of Galleria mellonella at a constant mass of 2.0g Parnian Safaraifard 214792113 Lab 3- Section B15 Soma Hypothesis Cellular respiration is defined as the metabolic reactions within cells that release energy from the chemical bonds of food molecules such as carbohydrates, fats and proteins into usable energy for the cell in the form of ATP (Russell, Hertz and McMillan 2013). This is done through combining oxygen and glucose which results in the release of carbon dioxide, water...

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Pet foods, Hexapoda, Food and drink, Matter, Respiratory system, Bird feeding, Insects as food, Mealworm, Tenebrionidae, Respiration, Oxygen, Waxworm
Determining the Threshold Concentration of Calcium
Chloride (CaCl2 ) in Pond Water Required for Plasmolysis in Rotala indica to Occur. Parnian Safaraifard 214792113 Lab 4- Section B15 October 1st, 2016 Soma Materials and Methods This experiment was done in a laboratory which provided all the materials and apparatus required for each group. This includes many leaves of the plant species, Rotala indica submerged in pond water inside a large plastic container. The laboratory also provided a test tube rack with materials needed for this procedure....

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Chemistry, Matter, Dietary minerals, Chemical elements, Chlorides, Metal halides, Plant physiology, Plasmolysis, Calcium chloride, Pipette, Tonicity, Osmosis
 Barthes's 1967 critical essay The Death of th
 Barthes\'s 1967 critical essay "The Death of the Author" addresses the power of the author in reading and analyzing writing, and the power of the reader or listener and the option to more or less ignore the work\'s background and focus more on the work itself. When critically viewing a writing, "the author, his person, his life, his tastes, his passions" (Barthes 383) takes the spotlight; the author is forced to take sole responsibility of the failure or success of the work. Interesting exam...

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Literary criticism, Literature, Continental philosophy, Mythographers, Poststructuralists, Roland Barthes, Structuralists, The Death of the Author, Author, Charles Baudelaire, S/Z
Rhetorical Analysis Essay
 Pathos, ethos, and logos are shown in the lyrics of this song. Pathos is an appeal to emotion and it is in a big portion of the song, is mainly used out of the three rhetorical devices. Ethos is an appeal to ethics/credibility and is used by the Black Eyed Peas in a very clever way and it is also used throughout the song. Logos is an appeal to logic and it is found all through the tune, it is seen through logical and past cases inside of the verses. The title of the song is "Where is the Lov...

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Music, Universal Music Group, Narratology, Albums, Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album, The E.N.D, The Black Eyed Peas, Where Is the Love?, Rhetoric, Black-eyed pea, Ethos
Abstract
 Gender roles have impacted women\'s lives for the longest time. Society has played a big role in gender equality. We have seen gender difference in the past and in the present. There has been no progression in eliminating gender roles. Discrimination of women\'s roles goes from home all the way to the work place. Sure they can vote, get an education and get a job, but there\'s still a lot in the way keeping them from being equal. In this essay, I will go into details about how gender equalit...

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Gender studies, Gender, Biology, Identity, Social inequality, Sexism, Gender role, Role theory, Sociology of gender, Feminism, Gender inequality, Gender pay gap in the United States
Carlos Castillo
 Cassidy Mejia English 2341 September 8, 2016 The Chrysanthemums Response Upon reading the short story of "The Chrysanthemums", Elisa is a strong woman that is frustrated with the way society is. She lives in a very rural area in the town of Salinas, California. She\'s married to Henry who is an ideal ordinary husband. She feels as if she is not heard enough by her husband. He doesn\'t acknowledge her potential and how hard she works. She has figured out how to set her feelings aside since sh...

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The Chrysanthemums, Geography of California, California, Chrysanthemum, Salinas Valley
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Response
 Theme: "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" by Walt Whitman explores two main themes. The first theme of the poem digs into the relationship of human beings to one another across time and space, and the second theme is identity . Summary: The poem is about a man taking the Brooklyn ferry home from Manhattan at the end of the day. The speaker gets curious and thinks about the people who will make the same crossing many years in the future. He makes a connection with them even though he has never met the...

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Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, Literature, Walt Whitman, American literature
Hugo Zuniga
Ms. Jasso English IV January 12, 2017 The Canterbury Tales Essay "The Wife of Bath\'s Tale" and "The Pardoner\'s Tale", are both from the Canterbury Tales that was written by Geoffrey Chaucer. In, "The Wife of Bath\'s Tale" the young knight is focused on primarily because of the actions he has committed. In the other tale, "The Pardoner\'s Tale", there were three main characters who were fooled by death, which led to a devastating betrayal. These tales have some things in common and some that a...

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The Canterbury Tales, Literature, Fiction, Narratology, The Pardoner's Tale, The Wife of Bath's Tale, Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer, Prologue and Tale of Beryn, General Prologue
Jonathan Meza
Central American Studies 115 Professor Sayda Trujillo 17 November 2015 Close Reading: "…after…" In the book "…after…" on the first chapter "Alma at About Four-Thirty in the Afternoon" by Carolina Rivera Escamilla, the reader is intro duced to many literary devices such as a metaphor, simil e, setting, mood, imagery, etc. At the same time, the stories that are told by the narrator, Dalia, take the reader on an adventure that explores the suspenseful, mysterious, exciting, and happy exper...

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Uniqueness of a habitable planet
The question of existence of other Earth-like planets has been addressed countless times in the past, and to this day the search continues. Tremendous number of studies about the formation of Earth gives scientists an opportunity to understand the conditions under which a planet can be habitable. Due to the fact that life was formed only on Earth, it is so unique that every detail in our planets\' formation is significant in considering other terrestrial planets. That is, what would happen if t...

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Astronomy, Planetary science, Outer space, Exoplanetology, Astrobiology, Search for extraterrestrial intelligence, Space colonization, Planetary habitability, Circumstellar habitable zone, Plate tectonics, Rare Earth, Terrestrial planet
CGC1D1 Culminating Project
Canada in a Global Context In this project, you will be looking at many of the geographic factors and issues we have studied in the course and analyze where Canada stands compared to another country in the world. Part A: Research Your Chosen Country Begin your research with websites like the CIA Fact book or BBC Country Profiles and be sure to find the same information for both your chosen country and for Canada. Physical Geography Find a map of the physical geography of your country Identify a...

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Member states of the United Nations, World, Forms of government, Earth, Republics, Liberal democracies, Member states of the Commonwealth of Nations, Small Island Developing States, Jamaica, Conservation biology, Gross domestic product, Canada
Pollution Pollution is an issue of concern in the
Pollution Pollution is an issue of concern in the modern world that we live in today. There are many types of pollution, namely air, water and noise. Pollution in our environment will undoubtedly affect our quality of life. Our naturally beautiful world becoming ugly because it is suffering from the effects of environmental pollution. Pollution can also cause various health problems and other negative effects. Air pollution is caused by the emission of toxic gases from vehicles, factories and o...

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Water, Natural environment, Biology, Air pollution, Pollution, Water pollution, Pollution in Canada, Pollution in China
|INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION PROGRAMME FOR SCIENCE |
|INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION PROGRAMME FOR SCIENCE | |Semester 1 | |12th September to 15th December 2016 | NB: Independent Learning Week -Week beginning 17th October - No classes; St Andrews Day Holiday on 30th November 2016; Teaching finishes 25th November 2015; Exams from 28th November 2016. | |MONDAY |TUESDAY |WEDNESDAY |THURSDAY |FRIDAY | |9.00 -| | | | | | |10.00 | | | | | | | | | | | |ELT A | | | | | | |Integrating | | | | | | |Skills: | | | | | | |Authentic | | | | | | |Reading 2 (Ph, | | |...

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Education, Academic transfer, Education reform, Grading systems by country, ELT
During the Restoration Age, due to the loose moral
s during those times, "the way of the world" could refer to that and hence, mean "adultery". This connotation is emphasized when Foible and Mincing expose the affair between Fainall and Mrs. Marwood . Fainall reacts to the exposure by defending himself when he says "If it must all come out, why let ‘ em know it, \'tis but the way of the world". He doesn\'t care that he got caught because he is aware of the fact his wife is also an adulteress. He doesn\'t think it should be a big deal since ev...

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Restoration comedy, The Way of the World, Entertainment, Theatre, British literature
Markeith Roby
Markeith Roby ENG 112 Stop Standardized Test ing When the last two years of high school arrive it\'s the hardest for students to maintain healthy grade point averages ( GPA). Not to mention activates going on with every junior and senior. Not only while preparing for college but you are going on college tours, sports extracurricular activities . On top of all that just about any big university requires some form of test such as the ACT and or SAT. Without have not they will stress how important...

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Education, Standardized tests, SAT, ACT, Graduate Record Examinations, Test, College application, Grading, Law School Admission Test, College Board
The Invisibility Gap between the Eater, Eaten and
the Environment Melissa St-Arnaud 260529540 Group 16 (Carolyn Chin, May Hobeika , Boris Olkhovskiy ) Knowledge, Ethics and Environment ENVRO 203 Long Research Paper Due November 11 th , 2016 An asteroid slams into the earth about 65 million years ago and catalyzed about \'\'75 percent of the plants and animals at that time, including dinosaurs\'\' (David Biello , 2016). An Ice Age in the late Palaeolithic period brought a warming trend upon Earth , causing the glaciers to retreat, bringing mass...

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Ethics, Philosophy, Animal welfare, Animal testing, Animal rights, Moral philosophers, Deep ecology, Eating Animals, Psychology of eating meat, Animal Liberation, Sentience, Tom Regan
MODEL LESSON PLAN
THEME: Content-Based Instruction: Research Foundations FOCUS: Identifying the principals supports for CBI programs in classrooms DAY: September 2nd DISCIPLINE: Metodologia de la ensenanza bilingüe TEACHING OBJECTIVES: Ss identify the principal aspects and benefits of CBI programs MATERIALS: power point presentation, worksheets, markers, construction paper STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: Ss expect to explain the significance of CBI programs and why its important to applied CBI in classrooms PRESENTATION:...

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Education, Educational psychology, Content-based instruction, Learning theory, Educational technology, Psychology, English as a second or foreign language
VIOLENCIA DE GENERO
ALGUNAS DEFINICIONES: • Todo acto de violencia basado en la pertenencia al sexo femenino que tenga o pueda tener como resultado un dano o sufrimiento fisico, sexual o psicologico para la mujer, inclusive las amenazas de tales actos, la coaccion o la privacion arbitraria de la libertad, tanto si se producen en la vida publica o privada ("Articulo 1 de la Declaracion sobre la Eliminacion de la Violencia contra la Mujer. Naciones Unidas, 1994). • Fue la Conferencia Mundial sobre la Mujer, ce...

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Claudia Cruz Santiago, Draft:Industrializacin Japonesa
Motivacion intrinseca
Uno de los factores que mas determinan a un adulto a seguir con sus estudios en el idioma ingle s tiene que ver con la motivacion. Como ya hemos visto la motivacion son estimulos que mueven a la persona a realizar determinadas acciones y persistir en ellas para su culminacion. Cuando alguien esta motivado, considera que aquello que lo entusiasma es imprescindible o conveniente. Por lo tanto, la motivacion es el lazo que hace posible una accion en pos de satisfacer una necesidad. La motivacion i...

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Draft:Industrializacin Japonesa, Draft:Maxima de holanda
CALLA Lesson for ELL Kindergarten Students
[pic] Learning to Subtract [pic] By: Dana Westveer YOED 6020 [pic]Table of Contents [pic] Pages 1-2. Lesson Objectives Page 3. Language Learning Strategies Page 4. Preparation Page 5. Presentation Page 6. Practice Page 7. Evaluation Page 8. Expansion Page 9. Venn Diagram Page 10. Vocabulary Cards Page 11. Recording Sheet Page 12. Materials Needed Page 13. References 1 [pic] Learning to Subtract Grade Level: Kindergarten Language Level: Beginner/Intermediate Lesson Objective: Students will learn...

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Instructor: Course: Date: Role of Government in Management Ethics is the study of right and wrong behavior. The government has a significant role in mandating ethics. With the government, ethics involves rules about the right and the wrong ways of behavioral conduct for various groups of people. Government involvement on ethics focuses on efficient administration. The government is responsible for ensuring that the citizens receive services that are important to them. States use rules and regul...

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Personal Statement for Top-10 Universities
[Name] Business is a definite way of the world. Buying, selling, shopping, promoting, and discounting, are all major activities in Business and we are involved with them in one way or another, and on a daily basis. It is a discipline that I am seriously interested in, and look forward to learn more about. Even though I have various interests, I have continually been appealed to business management because it is a greatly exciting environment to me, and holds lots of demands as well as challenge...

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Using Administrative Law to Impose Human Rights
[Name] Introduction As the UK government is underway to replacing the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights, fear has heightened among human rights organisations. The repeal of the Human Rights Acts with use of a British Bill of Rights is greatly compelled by the absence of particular causes of action intended to allow individuals to impose their human rights. In fact, the increasing rights discourse inevitably infiltrates other areas of the law, whereby individuals attempt to use conv...

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PSYCHOLOGY
(STUDENT\'S NAME) (Name of class) (Professor\'s Name) (Name of school) (City, State) (DATE) Psychology is a diverse field that involves finding ways to understand individuals better, our actions in a group, and how we came to possess our perceptions. Psychology involves drawing objective conclusion on human mind and behaviour based on empirical studies. The study of Psychology covers a number of topics through various perspectives that are used to understand behaviour. The lower levels of persp...

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SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA
(STUDENT\'S NAME) (Name of class) (Professor\'s Name) (Name of school) (City, State) (DATE) (STUDENT\'S NAME) Introduction Sickle cell disease refers to a group of inherited ailments that are characterised by altering the normal formation of red blood cells. The disease is characterised by haemolytic anaemia, abnormal haemoglobin production, and intermittent vaso-occlusion, thus resulting to chronic and acute tissue Ischemia, organ dysfunction, and organ damage (Ballas, 2006). The most severe t...

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HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (HRIS)
HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (HRIS) [Name of Student ] [Student Id] [Institutional Affiliation] HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEMS A Human Resource Software is a software designed to automate manually done Human Resources tasks. There are different types of HR software such as Human Resources Information System (HRIS), Human Resources Management System (HRMS), and Human Capital Management (HCM). Even though they are slightly different, it is vital to understand the functionality they bring by deployi...

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This paper describes factors that affect the public debate on health and social care matters. This involves analysing techniques used to disseminate information to the public domain for debate, and also the rationality and reliability of that information. The health issue focused on this paper shall be obesity. Methods for Disseminating Information A number of local health departments are increasingly incorporating media work to aid in addressing public health issues in this information era; fr...

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Health, Personal life, Academia, Bariatrics, Body shape, Nutrition, Obesity, Food marketing, Childhood obesity, Public health, Social marketing, Health care
Advantages of Disadvantages of Mobile Phones &
amp; Health Care Financing Name Institutional Affiliation Advantages and Disadvantages of Mobile Phones Currently, mobile phones are a very important part of our day-to-day lives. Mobile phones have revolutionised the way we live in both contrasting extremes; the good and bad. To back this up, this essay shall present the benefits and disadvantages of mobile phones, then assess if the cons, outweigh the pros or vice versa. Advantages of Mobile Phones Generally, advantages of mobile phones are r...

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Psychology Homework (10/10/2016)
Page 19 (textbook) Define obedience. Obedience is a type of social influence in which an individual complies to the orders of a higher authority figure. What is meant by Milgram\'s paradigm? A scientific   paradigm is a structure of what direction research should take and how it should be performed. Milgram\'s paradigm was the experimental procedure on how to measure obedience rates. It was the basic method for studying obedience which other researchers adopted. What percentage of participants...

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Act 1, Scene 1
Tush, never tell me… Who hast had my purse/ As if the strings were thine Abhor me Off-capped to him I am worth no worse a place But he, as loving his own pride and purposes, Mere prattle without practice/ Is all his soldiership At Rhodes, at Cyprus, and on other grounds/ Christian and heathen I rather would have been his hangman Preferment goes by letter and affection/ And not by old gradation I follow him to serve my turn upon him We cannot all be masters, nor all masters/ Cannot be truly fo...

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Othello, Iago, Roderigo, Fiction, Literature
How does Shakespeare create tension in ‘Othello'
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Spanish independent work
" La igualdad de genero tambien es problema de ustedes " Decidi escoger Emma Watson para este trabajo independi ente porque la considero una persona que ha afectado y influenciado muchisimo los jovenes. Creo que cuasi todos conocemos las peliculas de Harry Potter, Emma Watson es la actriz britanica que interpreto el papel de Hermione Granger y pela su performance en la primera pelicula gano un premio en la categoria de Mejor Interpretacion de Joven Protagonista. Despues de completar las ocho pe...

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Popular University of Cesar, Valledupar, Draft:Maxima de holanda
Pablo Alboran
P ablo Moreno de Alboran Ferrandiz. Nacio el 31 de mayo de 1989 en Malaga, Espana. Es un cantante y compositor de musica melodica y romantica. Hijo del arquitecto Salvador Moreno de Alboran Peralta y de Elena Ferrandiz Martinez. Pablo recibio una formacion completa en piano, guitarra musica flamenca y acustica. Sus primeras canciones, las escribio cuando tenia 12 anos .  Cuando tenia 14 anos subio videos al sitio MySpace. Pero la verdadera revolucion sucedio cuando coloco videos en su canal Yo...

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Ensanche Libertad, Draft:Quarzo
Commentary on Tiresias Speech
The entirety of Tiresias \' speech is tragedy. Most hold Oedipus Rex as the perfect tragedy and through Tiresias\' monologue the audience is able to get its perfect outline. Tiresias first says to Oedipus ‘O king, I do not fear/Your frowning, you can do no harm to me\', from this line we can alread y perceive Tiresias to be either a powerful man or to have foolish bravery as he is standing up t o the King. The audience becomes aware that he is rather powerful and not foolish in any way , as h...

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Literature, Fiction, Entertainment, Ancient Greek theatre, Narratology, Plot, Poetics, Oedipus Rex, Tiresias, Oedipus, Hamartia, Anagnorisis
Keziah Vilson Thakkattil
Ms. C. Townsend ENG 3U1 - 08 May 16, 2016 Special Admiration It is an arduous task to be admired by someone in certain circumstances. But once a close relationship is built up, it is possible to overlook each other\'s faults. In the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Nick acquires common ground with Gatsby on the basis of Daisy and the war. Nick is able to connect with Gatsby personally that they develop their friendship to trusting each other and overlooking each other\'s faults. G...

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The Great Gatsby, English-language films, Cinema of the United States, Film, Literature, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby, Gatsby, G, Daisy Buchanan