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Same-Sex Couple Families
Same-Sex Couple Families
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... Same-Sex Couple Families This paper reviews the article d “Same-Sex Couples' Kids Less Likely to Have Private Health Insurance: Study” by Amy Norton, drawing few noteworthy inferences regarding the stressors inhibiting the confidence level of same-sex couples to raise their children. Accordingly, the paper critically evaluates the narrated facts in the article to obtain a thoughtful understanding to the problem exhibited throughout the discussion. Summary The article titled “Same-Sex Couples' Kids Less Likely to Have Private Health Insurance: Study” by Amy Norton made an attempt to depict about the challenges faced by Same-Sex Couple Families in today’s society. The article illustrates with...
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Film review the film is No Country For Old Man
Film review the film is No Country For Old Man
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... Review: No Country For Old Men: No Country for Old Men is a crime-thriller movie, directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, and released in the year 2007. The film stars Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin in lead roles. Adapted from the novel of the same title by Cormac McCarthy, the film is the story of three rustic Texan men, whose fortunes receive an unexpected twist. The resulting interplay of tension as they attempt to exploit their opportunities forms the crux of the narrative. The film has Coen brothers’ trademark elements all over it. Reminiscent of their earlier films like Blood Simple and Fargo, this film dwells on themes of fate and circumstance and the characters’ reactions to...
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Reflection paper of the movie Whats Eating Gilbert Grape
Reflection paper of the movie What's Eating Gilbert Grape
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... What’s Eating Gilbert Grape portrays a family that is dealing with the trials, tribulations, and also great times of having a member with a disability. The Grape family consists of Gilbert, Ellen, Amy, Mama, and of course, Arnie. They live in the isolated town of Endora in a house that seems to be in shambles since their father died. Gilbert’s brother Arnie, who is mentally challenged, needs constant supervision, which places many ongoing responsibilities on Gilbert. His oldest sister, Amy, is a very caring woman that tries to take on many responsibilities herself and the youngest sister Ellen, who is only fifteen, has many issues with her family that she is trying to overcome as well. Becky, a you...
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Julia and Julia, 2009
Julia and Julia, 2009
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... First Last Dr. TeacherFirst TeacherLast 23 June Julie & Julia Julia & Julia (2009) is a story oftwo women, separated by circumstances and time, who discover direction in their ordinary lives by a common strand – consistency in following a passion while disregarding apprehensions of failure. Both pursue a career in writing about food, though from different standpoints, and achieve success through their perseverance. The two central characters in the film are Julia Child played by Meryl Streep and Julie Powell played by Amy Adams. Julia Child is the wife of an American diplomat, Paul Child, posted to France in 1949. Struggling to find a meaning to her life and how to spend her time in the new country s...
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Minority in women -Annotated Bibliography
Minority in women -Annotated Bibliography
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... Annotated Bibliography Topic: Impact of Educational level, Discrimination and Cultural Expectations on Work Patterns forMexican-American Women Alba, Richard., Jime ́nez, Tomas and Marrow, Helen. 2013. Mexican-Americans as a paradigm for contemporary intra-group heterogeneity. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37(3), 446:466. According to the authors, Latino women have important roles in their society. However, they still have fewer chances of getting a good education that is likely to reward them with better positions in future. Andersen, Margaret and Taylor, Howard. 2007. Sociology: Understanding a diverse society, updated. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. Andersen and Taylor propose that Mexican-American wo...
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Escape from Tomorrow
Escape from Tomorrow
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... from Tomorrow of Escape from Tomorrow Escape from Tomorrow is a film shot in black and white to take the audience back to a time in history and set up a theme of the family as an institution. The director Randy Moore explores the family setting in the historical times and places it on a contemporary context. The film’s shooting is in Disney World and has several scenes where Jim as the main character has delusional themes covering Moore’s story. Randy Moore carefully analyzes contexts on how to place well the family theme and delusional problems that face his main character Jim. The author achieves this by setting up the story in Disney World, which forms the major part of the plot in the story. The ...
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Global Management of Information Systems- MISM 3303, Information Systems Theory and Practice
Global Management of Information Systems- MISM 3303, Information Systems Theory and Practice
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... Head: GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT Global Information Systems Management Global Information Systems ManagementAbstract To realize the potential of the changing business world, it is important to understand the current status and meaning of Global Information Systems through carrying out a comprehensive research. This research document will present a review of research studies of Global Information Systems during the period 2000 to 2008. The paper will explore major themes addressed in Global Information Systems literature based on reliable criterion and also show how researchers are approaching this field. Based on some main findings, it is evident that cross cultural research from different...
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Case Study: Full Strategic Appraisa
Case Study: Full Strategic Appraisa
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... strategic appraisal Table of Contents Introduction and company background 4 External analysis 5 Threat of new entry: High 5 Effect of supplier power: High 5 Effect of rivalry: High 5 Buyer power: Low 6 Effect of substitutes: Moderate 6 Internal analysis 7 Value chain 7 Supplier chain management 7 Operations 7 Distributor 7 Marketing 8 Core competencies 8 Tangible 8 Intangible 8 Key success factors 9 Issues and challenges 9 Strategic analysis 11 Generation of strategic growth options 11 Evaluation of strategic growth options 12 Description of selected strategy 13 Conclusion 13 Reference List 15 Introduction and company background Strategy formulation is a detailed process which involves applying rati...
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Good news letter
Good news letter
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... Feb Meg Crofton, the President of Walt Disney World Park and Resorts operations P. o box 100400 Buena Vista, Florida Zip 32830 Dear Mr.Crofton, I am pleased to inform you of an agreement by the Wayne Foundation to organize the National Night out against Crime event scheduled for 6th August 2013 at Walt Disney world. The event will be graced by the presence of Sparty the recently named Worlds Favorite Costumed Character and Mickey Mouse. Mr. Sparty is the spokesman for the Wayne Foundation. The organization is to be sponsored by Ford Motor Company. The Wayne Foundation is a non-profit organization. The Wayne foundation has in the past raised money to serve and protect victims of violent crimes especi...
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Comparison and Contrast between the Themes and Purposes of the Stories, The Lottery and The Most Dangerous Game
Comparison and Contrast between the Themes and Purposes of the Stories, The Lottery and The Most Dangerous Game
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... Comparison and Contrast between the Themes and Purposes of the Stories, “The Lottery” and “The Most Dangerous Game” Whereas Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” tells about the reality of mankind’s cruelty masked in social rituals, Richard Connel’s “The Most Dangerous Game” deals with the savagery of a hunter who finds himself trapped in his own action. But both of the two stories deal with the theme that brutality and savagery reside at the heart of man’s existence, though man fails to perceive the consequences and dreads of their savagery, until he finds himself in the positions of the victims of his actions. In Jackson’s story this brutality of mankind underlies masked beneath the rituals and norms of ...
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Sales training
Sales training
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... Human Resource Sales Training, Development Stage Content Generation Questionnaire A questionnaire will be used to gather personal information from the trainees during the first few minutes of the first lecture. Vital details that will be collected include the names, staff number, the department attached, position of work, and the period that the employee has worked in the organization. Power Point Presentation The lecture will be administered through a power point presentation for all the three sessions. The power point will be designed using the 7 by 7 rules to ensure that the content is readable and not too congested. The 7 by 7 rule of designing power point states that each slide should have not...
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Literature
Literature
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... Literature Hope and Hopelessness The Treaty of Versailles was a controversial pact. The French wanted to dissolve the country of Germany while the U.S. preferred more of a ‘forgive and forget’ approach. The Germans were convinced that Wilson’s point of view would prevail, or more correctly, were convinced by Wilson and were very shocked and surprised by the resulting Treaty. I can understand why Germans deeply resented abiding by the financial, territorial and military concessions outlined in the treaty. These resentments were only made worse by the hardships resulting from the agreement. It is also clear that their heir feelings of nationalistic pride would have been greatly damaged following...
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Human resource Take home exam
Human resource Take home exam
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... Resource a) Progressive Discipline The disciplinary systems in place within companies for employees are aimed at ensuring decorum and integritywithin the workplace. Among the various types of such systems, progressive discipline is a methodology where there is a provision for a graduating set of responses that are influences by the performance of the employee as well as problems related to conduct at the workplace. As such, the pace of disciplinary measures under the progressive system ranges from mild to severe, which rely on the type and frequency of the issue between the management and the employer (Marjorie Clark, 2007). In the current case of the employee in the boiler room, there is a clear ev...
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The impact of stereotypes on African American self perception
The impact of stereotypes on African American self perception
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... 1 Introduction "I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character" (Luther-King & King, 2007) At first glance, the message drawn from a line of Martin Luther's King's renowned "I have a Dream" speech seems straightforward and one-dimensional. This implies that character, rather than the hue of the skin should be the measurement for human worth. Moreover, it is clear that the purpose of Dr. King’s speech was to foster a spirit of unity that communicates the ideals of equality among the races. However, on close examination, one might also discern the subtle, covert insinuation that “black...
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Workbook
Workbook
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... By Psychology of Worksheet Number Presentation of Information PS4001-40 Workbook This response grid should be submitted both via TurnitIn on Minerva and in the Psychology Box in Stanton on or before Friday 20th March 2014, no later than 12 noon. The 2 pieces of information requested below must be completed, in order for your workbook responses to be marked. Please submit JUST the grid, NOT the entire workbook Student number ………………………………………….. Seminar tutor ………………………………………….. Use this answer grid to record your answers, reformatting the spaces where necessary to incorporate graphs, slides etc. Please do not write anything in the far right hand column, as this is where your tutor will record your mark...
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Deepening Essay
Deepening Essay
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... THE IMPLICATIONS OF CULTURE SHOCK Change of location or environment is bound to bring varying effects, depending on the subject at hand. Whether small or big, change will always be associated with a particular sense. To some it may be anxiety while to others a combination of the former and loneliness. It is experienced in a number of circumstances; this is dependent on the nature of persons involved. This article identifies instances where culture shock is evident and draws valuable information for purposes of analysis. There are many instances where cultural shock has dominated and resulted to either positive or negative reaction. This has been interpreted differently, while there are some that...
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Progress
Progress
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... Progress For this particular assignment, I am being asked to analyze the progress that our society has managed to achieve through the use of industrial and technological advancements. I was very excited to write about this topic, but then I realized that before I could actually discuss it, I first needed to explain what I believe the word “Progress” means. The dictionary defines progress in relation to our reading material as follows: the development of an individual or society in a direction considered more beneficial than and superior to the previous level” (dictonary.com). Keeping that definition in mind, I thought it best to start off this essay by discussing the Kirckpatrick Sale’s essay “Five...
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Developmental psychology, Journal of Child Development, Journal of Multicultural Psychology, Journal of educational Psychology,
Developmental psychology, Journal of Child Development, Journal of Multicultural Psychology, Journal of educational Psychology,
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... PSYCHOLOGY-RELATED ARTICLES (Research Summaries) of (affiliation) Artifacts and Natural Kinds The first article to be summarized in this paper was by the research team made up of Karen R. Neary, Julia W. Van de Vondervoort, and Ori Friedman, from the University of Waterloo in Canada, which was published in the journal Developmental Psychology in January 2012; its complete title is “Artifacts and natural kinds: Children's judgments about whether objects are owned” and explored the behavior of people towards objects when they think these are owned or not. The study authors proposed as a hypothesis the idea of artifacts (objects which are man-made) are more likely to be owned, as compared to...
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The Film Gods not Dead
The Film Gods not Dead
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... Film God’s not Dead s al Affiliation The Film God’s not Dead God’s not dead is a film directed by Harold Cronk and was released by Pure Flinx Entertainment on March 21 2014. This film stars characters such as Dean Cain, David A.R. White, Kevin Sorbo and Shane Harper. This film is a Christian drama that aims to show that God is real and alive. It has been received with mixed reactions by the viewers. There are those who feel that it is a good film and there are also those who feel that the director of the film failed and that the film is below average. Josh Wheaton, a Christian in college, enrolls for a class of philosophy taught by an atheist Professor, Jeffrey Radisson. The Professor begins his cla...
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Education and Freedom
Education and Freedom
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... Education should function and left to thrive in a free society. Some of the remedies that have been proposed include educational vouchers, increased funding, controls to curb school based violence, extended academic year etc. However the only suitable solution is entire separation of school and state, thus allowing education to be bought and sold via a market system that is free. This therefore means that education that is financed by consumers must replace education funded by taxes. Public schools should be dissolved and replaced with educational enterprises. De-monopolizing public educational institutions would ensure that standards are raised, students and teachers are better motivated, greater...
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Abnormal psychology
Abnormal psychology
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... _______________________________________________________ Panther ID: ___________________________________________________ PSYC 3140 Abnormal Psychology FINAL EXAM Read each question carefully and completely, and choose the best answer. 1. Which of the following is/are true of psychosis? a. Psychosis may be substance-induced or caused by traumatic brain injury b. Individuals may experience delusions and hallucinations c. Individuals experience function impairment d. All of the above e. B & C only 2. Rates of schizophrenia are higher among which socioeconomic group? a. Upper b. Upper-middle c. Middle d. Lower e. Rates are equal among socioeconomic groups 3. According to the Downward Drift theory… a. ...
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Listening Log
Listening Log
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... This song is performed on a cello without any other instruments. The piece is in a ical style, though very well performed by Yo-Yo Ma. The piece demonstrates incredible technical skill by the artist, who is able to adjust pitch and volume exactly, and it crests and falls in a very interesting way creating a sense of journey as you listen to the song. The pauses throughout give delineation to each segment of the song and allows one to listen to it without every feeling lost or out of place. There is much that I appreciate about this piece of music, but at the same time it does not really speak to me. I think part of the problem is that this song is not in my musical vocabulary, and it is harder for...
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James Thurber and Humor
James Thurber and Humor
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... James Thurber and Humor Humor is a vehicle not only for relieving stress but it also has the potency to comfort people in distress (Bippus, Amy M.). Humor's potency has being well documented and its role in comforting interactions proven by many research studies. Having a good laugh releases tensions and stress. According to Bippus, humor can promote better understanding between partners than literal communication alone. The modes of using humor are multifaceted, however they include techniques like changing perspectives, introduction of optimistic thinking and bringing on positive mood. Quality of humor is necessary for the best efficacy of comforting interactions, as humor allows for reframing of...
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An Epidemic of Fear
An Epidemic of Fear
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... Epidemic of Fear From the first reading it can be concluded that Wakefield and his colleagues rigged the results by altering facts about the patients in the study. Brian Deer, a journalist claimed that despite Wakefield’s assertion that 12 children studied were normal till they had the MMR, five of them had previously encountered developmental problems. All cases were twisted and mis-represented when Deer compared the data with the medical records. This study raises serious doubts in the mind regarding the authenticity of the claims made by Wakefield. This holds claims made by Wakefield and his advocates flawed. The impact of their study back then is worth nothing such that even today the immunizat...
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Adoption
Adoption
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... Adoption Adoption is a legal process that enables an individual or a couple to acquire parental rights. As such,the adoptive parents enjoy all the responsibilities that the biological parents have, and the adopted child will enjoy the socio-economic benefits that biological children enjoy. There are four types of adoption process. A couple or an individual interested in adoption may choose international adoption, private adoption, relative adoption or public adoption. These four types differ with each other depending on the geographical location (international), relation with the child to be adopted (relative), the means by which the adoptive parents are connected to the biological parents (private) ...
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STRATEGIES ON HOW TO OVERCOME THE CHALLENGES IN AUTOMATING THE OPERATION OF GOVERNMENT PROCESSES
STRATEGIES ON HOW TO OVERCOME THE CHALLENGES IN AUTOMATING THE OPERATION OF GOVERNMENT PROCESSES
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... of Study e-government. A Proposed of the Research Topic strategies on how to overcome the challenges in automating the operation of government processes Table of Contents Contents Area of Study 1 e-government. 1 A Proposed Title of the Research Topic 1 Table of Contents 2 Contents 2 Objectives 3 Background 3 Development of Research Problem 3 Theoretical Framework 4 Extended Literature Review 5 Methodology 5 Limitations 6 Research Planning and Timelines 6 References 6 Objectives E-government simply means automating the processes of government agencies. The processes should include the visible services that government provides to the public. There are many aspect of automation that needs to be resolve ...
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Guidelines for Country Case Report ( Viet Nam)
Guidelines for Country Case Report ( Viet Nam)
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... Vietnam: A Country Case Report History tells that Vietnam, as a communist country, has its doors closed from foreign interventions on belief that communal properties can adequately sustain the fundamental needs of its inhabitants. When Vietnam ordered the withdrawal of its troops from Cambodia in 1989, and after having signed the Paris Peace Agreement that restored the latter’s sovereignty, it signified the start of Vietnam’s integration to the new frontier. On purpose of prioritizing affiliation with neighboring territories, Vietnam joined the Association of South East Asian Nation (ASEAN) in 1995, and thereby of the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA), and signed memorandum of understanding for...
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Nature and Nurture: Coexistence
Nature and Nurture: Coexistence
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... and Nurture: Coexistence 0 Introduction For many centuries, the determination of gender roles has often been linked to the continued saga between “nature” and “nurture,” of which many researchers postulate that either of the two wins over the other, or that both are key determinants in the formation of one’s concept of gender identity. The World Health Organization (2012) defines gender as “the socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women.” The emphasis on the word “social” and “society” would mean that the determination of one’s gender is based on the roles and behavior that the society considered as appropriate. A...
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Pricing derivatives using Monte Carlo Techniques
Pricing derivatives using Monte Carlo Techniques
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... head: Monte Carlo Pricing derivatives using Monte Carlo Techniques ___________ ________________________ ________________ Pricing derivatives using Monte Carlo Techniques Introduction Monte Carlo simulation has been identified as an important computer run statistical technique for setting up prices of complex derivative products. It also has immediate use in valuations of various categories of option products. The simulation's capabilities to handle several variables in one construct makes it an ideal technique to address issues involved in analysis of market risk and credit risk and thereby it assumes an important place in overall risk management architecture. In the following pa...
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Crminal Justice System of Singapore
Crminal Justice System of Singapore
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... The Criminal Justice System of Singapore The legal framework, of Singapore originates from English common law. It is a common law system though it is majorly statutory in nature. The main areas of law specifically administrative law, law of contract, equity and trust law, law of property and tort law are judge-made, though certain aspects have receive amendment by statutes. Some areas of law like the criminal law, the company law and the family law are, however, wholly statutory according to the nature. The general aspect of criminal law and both elements and penalties of regular offenders crimes like theft, murder and cheating set out of the penal code. Other relevant offences get created by...
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Static equilibrium and the requirements of this principle
Static equilibrium and the requirements of this principle
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... equilibrium (C2) Objectives The objectives for carrying out the static equilibrium experiment are To examine the static equilibrium of a system of forces of different magnitudes acting at different angles. 2. To compare the experimental results with those obtained by computing the resultant force. 3. To compare the experimental result and the calculated result with those obtained by graphical method. Abstract The main objectives of carrying out static equilibrium were: Firstly, to investigate the static equilibrium of a system of three forces in both horizontal and vertical planes. Secondly, to calculate the resultant force and compare its results with experimental results. And thirdly, to compar...
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The future direction of e-health. What are the strenghts and weakness of utilizing the internet to manage and dissminate health information
The future direction of e-health. What are the strenghts and weakness of utilizing the internet to manage and dissminate health information
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... Future Direction of E-Health The recent technological developments have immense effects on almost every aspect of life including the medical field. E-Health refers to technology applied in clinical, research, administrative, and education ventures across the globe relating to health (Harrison & Lee, 2006). Both the patients and medical practitioners rely on the internet for different purposes. Medical information about various diagnoses, treatment, and patients’ health is available online and is normally accessible (Tan, 2010). However, the use of the internet to manage and disseminate health information has its own merits and demerits. As such, allowing patients to self-monitor their health data...
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Dynamism Development
Dynamism Development
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... paper 6 Dynamism in technological development means continuous changes that require continued learning among administrators. Thispaper seeks to present a summary of results of an interview over application of technology by a district school administrator. The paper will also discuss my personal insights from the interview. Gained formal and informal training in application of technology The administrator reported gained formal training, at high school and college levels, in application of technology. The gained skills involved development of ‘computer-based’ programs for administrative purposes that have facilitated its efficiency. General-purpose software used The ‘general-purpose’ software that...
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Asian Film term paper
Asian Film term paper
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... Asian Film term paper Individualism vs. Traditions I. Introduction: We being human beings have our own lives in which we do what we want to, how we want to. We enjoy our freedom and its forms like freedom to go out anywhere, freedom to express ourselves and many more. This brings us satisfaction, individualism and our sense of being a “person”. But this is not the case in the happy world in which we live. Moving to the other side of the world we find the world to be totally opposite to ours. The freedom, the happiness, the satisfaction, the expressions all are bound by the “traditions”. In the East, everything is bound by traditions and the ones revolting against this cruelty are either banished...
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W6
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... School: Topic: Lecturer: Presentation Given a conflictive situation between quality and manufacturing, what kind of technology would you believe is being used by each industry? In the contemporary marketplace, it is important for manufacturing industries to ensure that they produce quality products that are acceptable in the highly competitive situation. A conflictive situation between quality and manufacturing may arise due to the current trends in globalization. Industries are continuously using innovative methods to produce good quality products. Technology transfer has made it possible for them to access modern technology. The different in the objectives of quality and manufacturing are also majo...
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Critically Discuss and Investigate on Entrepreneurship in Singapore
Critically Discuss and Investigate on Entrepreneurship in Singapore
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... is regarded as the pulse of the nation’s economic heart (Lee, 2006). Private sector entrepreneurs have been contributing to Singapore’s pre-independence growth (Tan, 2002). Local entrepreneurship in the form of local enterprises was identified as an important element for the growth of Singapore’s economy. According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), the early-stage entrepreneurial rate in Singapore has grown from 5.7% in 2004 to a record 7.2% in 2005 (Lee, 2006). This was considered a phenomenal growth in one year ever since the GEM was being recorded in Singapore since 2000. Early-stage entrepreneurial propensity includes the “nascent” participation rate and the “new firm” participation...
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Myers Briggs personality Inventory
Myers Briggs personality Inventory
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... Resources Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 0 Overview of Myers Briggs personality Inventory 3 2.0 Critique of Myers Briggs Personality Inventory 8 3.0 Reflection on the Implications for Understanding Ones Behaviour with Others in the Workplace 9 4.0 Conclusion 12 References 13 Bibliography 15 1.0 Overview of Myers Briggs personality Inventory The theory of ‘Personality Inventory’ was developed by a Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung in the 20th century with the purpose to express the preference of basic individual and describe differences and similarities between one people to another. His theory was unapproachable to the general people. Thus, a team of mother-daughter, Isabel Myers and Katherine...
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Criminal Justice: Untited States of America vs. Arthur Todd Vitola
Criminal Justice: Untited States of America vs. Arthur Todd Vitola
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... Criminal Justice: United s of America vs. Arthur “Todd” Vitola The defendant gave in to charges by the United sdistrict court, district of New Jersey regarding custodies for playing a part in a trial aimed at damaging a boat by sinking it eighteen months ago. Author “Todd” Vitola pleaded guilty of the conspiracy by giving applicable information regarding the day’s events and plans during the day of the event. The accusation took place at the district court. Scott Tran was the owner of a boat known as the “Alexander II.” Arthur consciously conspired and agreed with Scott Tran, Mahn Nguyen, Erik James, Henry “Mike” Anholt and Christopher Martin, otherwise known as the “stickman.” The defendant cast...
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Accounting Changes
Accounting Changes
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... Accounting Changes Inserts His /Her Inserts Grade Inserts 5 August Accounting Changes Introduction Accounting changes are necessary to reflect the company’s true financial status. The research focuses on the effect of accounting changes. The research includes the reasons for the accounting changes. The reasons for the accounting changes will dispel any trustworthiness issues. Question 1. The online article Superconductor Restatement Highlights the Woes in Solar Sector stated American Superconductor (NASDAQ stock market symbol: AMSC) had recently announced its plans to restatement the financial statements for the last half of its 2010 financial statement report. Michael Ramos (2008) professional...
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Confucianism
Confucianism
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... and Its Practices Introduction Variations of religions are now present among different countries. The materialization of these religions arises from the practices and needs of the humans, most particularly in the aspects of spiritual and physical needs. Its conception runs long way back from early civilization. One of the most common practices is the teachings of Confucius which is called Confucianism. Confucianism greatly influenced the practices and traditions of its neighboring countries. It originated in China and abruptly disseminated around the world. It became the basis of foundation of another religion such as Buddhism. Confucianism is a form of idea that is basically founded on the teaching...
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Music in Shakespeares plays
Music in Shakespeare's plays
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... Music in Shakespeare's plays that has been composed in the renaissance era If music be the food oflove, play on; Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die. That strain again! it had a dying fall: O! it came o'er my ear like the sweet sound That breathes upon a bank of violets, Stealing and giving odour...1 According to Shakespeare music is the food of love. Thus we will discuss in this paper the Music in Shakespeare's plays that has been composed in the renaissance era. Introduction In Renaissance era, there are numerous vicinity of background information that prove useful to enjoying Shakespeare plays. In the beginning there were plays, meant to be a...
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Motivation in the Workplace
Motivation in the Workplace
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... in the Workplace Introduction One of the greatest assets in an organization has been noted to be human resources and that a vital component of management should be motivation of this resource (Bal, Jong, Jansen & Bakker, 2011). Motivation of human resource leads to maximized performance and achievement of higher corporate success. Thus, this paper seeks to define motivation in the context of workplace. Since the focus would be on industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology which defines the study of organizational and work setting behavior and the application of principles, methods and facts on psychology to groups and individuals in a work setting according to Gardner & Wright (2009), theories that i...
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Investigating the physics of basketball
Investigating the physics of basketball
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... Investigating the Physics of Basketball Introduction This paper explores specific principles of physics that find application in basketball. The principles include projectile motion and gravity, moment of forces and stability, momentum and collision and viscous drag. It examines how equations related to these principles can be used to improve the game of basketball or make decisions. Projectile motion equations can be used to determine optimal angle at which the ball can be thrown in order to score. Moment of force and stability can be used to calculate critical angle at which if a player tilt past, he or she falls. Concepts of momentum and collision are helpful in studying the behavior of ball when ...
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The Human - Computer Interface
The Human - Computer Interface
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... Computer Interface Introduction The “Human Computer Interaction” is commonly defined as the “discipline concerned with the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them” (Gaines, 1988). Sensor based human computer interactions can be listed in chronological order of technology advancement as follows; Pen-Based Interaction, mouse & keyboard, joysticks, motion tracking sensors & digitizers, haptic sensors, pressure sensors and taste/smell sensors (Mehrotra & Deore, 2012). User experience can be vastly enhanced by incorporating multiple sensors into virtual environments because people can immerse into another...
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Traditional Chinese Society
Traditional Chinese Society
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... Traditional Chinese society Chinese governments were distinctive according to the way they kept an eye on the livesof the ordinary Chinese. This is evidenced by the three policies, which included the transmission, transfiguration, and transaction. The way these policies differed as well as their underlying goals are evaluated by various people such as Ling Hon Lam, Hongyu Huang and Lawrence Yin. However, in traditional Chinese society women are found being oppressed in various ways due to the fact that, they were seen to be the source of problems to their husbands. Mencius and Confucius are the major characters supporting the lowering of women dignity in terms of social positions. The Ming dynasty...
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Research paper: teenage pregnancy
Research paper: teenage pregnancy
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... 19 November Media, Family, Acculturation, and Male Partner Factors: Effects on Teenage Pregnancy Though the teenage pregnancy rate declined during the 1990s, the United States still has one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates among the developed countries in the world. Jenkins notes that pregnancy risk increases as girls enter their “early sexual debut,” due to peer pressures and inability to manage these pressures, among other factors (6). Teenage pregnancy is a social concern because it can negatively affect both the welfare of their children and the pregnancy teenagers. Rocca et al. reviews literature on the health and socio-economic effects of teenage pregnancy on adolescents, particularly not...
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Chinas new one child policy
China's new one child policy
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... New One Child Policy From 1949 t0 1972 China’s population rose from 540 million to more than 800 million prompting the Chinese government toadopt a one child policy in order to control population growth. The law went into effect in 1979. In the following thirty years the Chinese population grew to 1.2 billion, now 1.4 billion, a factor of nearly 10% less than the previous growth. So, the one child policy is indeed working, but some unexpected side effects have caused the Chinese government to rethink that policy. One particularly worrisome result is a 13% differential in female to male children in China, which portends a future social problem for China’s fragile hot growth economy. Two studies both...
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The regulatory policies for higher education in Mauritius and its contibution to the making of a knowledge hub. a comparative st
The regulatory policies for higher education in Mauritius and its contibution to the making of a knowledge hub. a comparative st
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... Education Policies in the Emergence of Two Knowledge Hubs: Mauritius and Malaysia Introduction Becoming a knowledge hub would mean a concentration of development in the education sector in such a way that mastery would be the desired primary effect resulting to the improvement of economy as a whole. In Mauritius, investing on human capital and trainings on technical skills would be their primary target in realizing the goals of becoming a center of knowledge while expansion of education is Malaysia’s action towards becoming a knowledge hub. Given the government plans of these two developing countries, internationalization of education would not seem impossible; where the target is to create...
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ENVIORNMENTAL REGULATIONS
ENVIORNMENTAL REGULATIONS
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... The environmental legislation and the wages and working hour laws of Malaysia and Singapore have been critically discussed. Malaysia faces increasing pollution with its very specific laws insufficient to control it, while on the other hand Singapore is more successful in controlling its pollution levels. This is however mostly because of its small size, but it also has a number of issues which if addressed will improve its environmental legislation. The minimum wage rate implementation in Malaysia may have settled some of the concerns, but it is still not enough. The absence of minimum wage rate in Singapore is a matter of concern especially for migrant workers. Environment Due to increasing problems...
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Case Study
Case Study
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... Study: FreshDirect use of BI to manage its online groceries Question In the business set up for most industries in the current marketing situations, there is a possibility of having a great deal of data being generated but little information from the same which can help in enhancing the industry’s growth prospects. According to this case study, and according to the elaboration by Braddock, the CEO of FreshDirect, the possibility of having a great deal of data but little information may be as a result of disorganization. That is to imply that the organization may have a lot of useful data that is not well sorted or properly organized so as to have the company benefit from the achieved information...
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