... Robert Moore Email: [email protected] Citation Style: APA 19th of March 2009 Order 281006 Topic: "Project Keep" Placement Stabilization
This intervention addresses the problem of child abuse due to prenatal exposure to alcohol which put the child at risk. It is not taken lightly when it comes to the issue of child abuse and neglect and at every level it is considered as a serious social issue. In the year 2002, daily average of children found to be victims of child abuse and neglect were found to be around 2,454 in number. Another discovery was made that same year that 532,000 children lived in foster homes. This was due to the fact that could not find comfort in their home...
... “Project Keep” Placement Stabilization
This intervention addresses the problem of child abuse due to prenatal exposure to alcohol which put the child at risk. It is not taken lightly when it comes to the issue of child abuse and neglect and at every level it is considered as a serious social issue. In the year 2002, daily average of children found to be victims of child abuse and neglect were found to be around 2,454 in number. Another discovery was made that same year that 532,000 children lived in foster homes. This was due to the fact that could not find comfort in their homes. This is one major social problem the child encounter as a result of abuse or neglect from drug addicted parents. Due to ...
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... Review: King Solomon's Mines H. Rider Haggard wrote sixty-four pieces of literature, fiction and non-fiction, in his life (Berresford Ellis, 2)but the one for which he is most remembered is the 1885 novel King Solomon's Mines. Although the idea of the 'Lost World' in literature can be traced much further back than Haggard's work, King Solomon's Mines is often hailed as the first “lost world adventure” (Foxwell, 295) and as such has always been extremely popular – not only has it never been out of print, but it ran to thirteen editions in the United States in its first year alone (Kaufman, 163). Countless adaptations of the novel have been made, not least the well-known Indiana Jones series, in which ...
... The Great Gatsby Outline Page
I. Principal Characters 2
a. Protagonists 3
b. Antagonist 3
II. Contrasting Settings 3
III. Conflict 4
IV. Literary Elements 4
V. Point of View 5
VI. Literary Criticism 5
VII. Theme ...
... Legal Rights Before and After Arrest Legal Rights Before and After Arrest Introduction According to the most commonly heard definition, a crime is that activity that calls for prosecution under the law books of the land. However, a deeper analysis proves that this definition is too superficial, and in fact, it is not an easy task to define the boundaries of law. The first problem, according to Rosiers and Bittle (2004) is that law does have a strong social basis. In other words, the law of a land is shaped by the ideals of the society in which it operates. As a result, new and new crimes appear in the statute books from time to time, and again, the law of a land gets significantly different from the ...
... Henry David Thoreau’s Walden a non-fiction work was first published in 1854 and is replete with themes of Transcendentalism.(Whicher, 1945, 11) Transcendentalism is founded on a principles of inner and spiritual self. (Gohdes, 2003, 3-16) Walden’s approach to Transcendentalism is evidenced in Thoreau’s emphasis on solitude, self-reliance, contemplation and connection to nature. (Whicher, 1945, 33-40) Solitude, self-reliance and closeness to nature, concurrent themes throughout Walden are represented as key elements for successful transcending current cultural and societal mores that are deeply rooted in materialism. (Whicher, 1945, 33-40)
Walden was first published as Life in the Woods (Tho...
... challenges Table of contents TOPICS PAGE NO.S I. Introduction A. Management definition ……………………………………………………. 3 B. Different management schools of thought………………………………. 3
C. Management hierarchical levels..………………………………………….4
D. Competing values framework………………………………………………4-5
II. Application- RBS and globalization
A. RBS- its foundation, turnover, workforce……………………………….5
III. PESTLE analysis
A. Pestle analysis of RBS……………………………………………………5-6
IV. PORTERS five forces analysis of RBS
A. Availability of substitutes Rivalry amongst the existing firms
Threat of new entrants and entry barriers Power of buyer
Bargaining power of suppliers…………………………………………….6-7
V. SWOT analysis
A. Strengths, opp...
... Marketing and Psychiatry Grade (April 2, Drug Marketing and Psychiatry Introduction The relationship existing between psychiatry as a discipline and the pharmaceutical industry has become controversial in the modern day. Psychiatry as a field involved with the treatment of mental disorders has been found to persistently collude with the pharmaceutical industry, in endorsing and subsequently prescribing the drugs produced by the big pharmaceutical companies for mental health problems treatment (Moynihan, Heath & Henry, 2002). The overall effect of this collusion is that the society is suffering the blunt of the psychiatry treatment, owing to the fact that the mental health patients are prescribed...
... Robert “Willie” Pickton: The Man Who Almost Reached 50 [School] Number] November 24, This paper will provide a theoretical assessment of a newspaper article on Robert William Pickton, who was a pig farmer turned serial killer that was charged with 6 counts of first-degree murder after having admitted to having killed 49 women and is a prime suspect in 60. This report will explain how Pickton became such a monster and why he committed the murders by correlating the theory of psychological perspectives or trait theory using both scientific and rational techniques. It will present the two developmental theories towards the path to criminality, the latent trait theory or the life-course theory. It shall ...
... of Stress on Students Education and Productivity
Depression is a common disorder that influences nearly every aspect of daily life (Greenberg, Stiglin, Finkelstein, and Berndt 405) including academic and work performance (Hysenbegasi, Steven, and Clayton 145). Research has identified dramatic increase in the levels of stress among students over the period of last 30 years (Sax qtd. in Pritchard and Gregory 19).It is highly critical since stress has huge impact on academic performance. In contemporary world, we spend a huge portion of our lives in work setting. No doubt, work is a source of many for of human gratifications, but it can be a source of serious damage. Stress at work is not only widesprea...
... US Federal Law - Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is a U.S. federal law which was enacted and approved on July 30, 2002. It came amidst corporate scandals and economic downturn. It was designed to protect investors and improve their confidence in the market by improving the reliability and accuracy of corporate disclosures that are made in accordance to the securities laws. In addition to other purposes, it also served to increase management’s responsibility for the financial statements that are made in accordance with the securities laws.
According to Holt (2008) when President Bush signed the act into law he indicated that it will be used to act against those who...
... view of the relationship between human love and God’s love St. Augustine’s concept of love is God-oriented, directed vertically, and complemented by the horizontal love between humans. He asserted that loving others was equal to loving God as humans were created by the same supreme authority. The act of loving fellow human beings was more demanding as it was more definite and never provided much chance of self-deception, he maintained. “In loving others one finds God, who abides in the love of one person for another.” (Cavadini and Fitzgerald, 29). Augustine affirmed that by loving one’s neighbor presuming God’s presence in that person would lead humans closer to the grace of the Almighty. He...
... The Medieval Church: Heresy or Science Science and religion are often perceived as two opposing forces. While scientific inquiry demands close scrutiny and reason, religious faith places no such burden on the believer. It is often believed that the Roman Catholic Church repressed the sciences during the medieval period of the 11th to the 15th century. These anecdotal reports are based to a large extent on a few isolated incidents. Often, the church's slow pace of progress has been interpreted as repressive. The Church's notable views on the Copernican solar system and the trial of Galileo have served to perpetuate that viewpoint. However, recent research and examination sheds new light on this...
... ▶ U.S. Return of Partnership Income OMB No. 1545-0123 Form For calendar year or tax year beginning , ending , 20 . Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Information about Form 1065 and its separate instructions is at www.irs.gov/form1065.
A Principle bussines activity: PLUMBING INSTALLATION AND REPAIR Name of partnership THE RITE-WAY PLUMBING CO
D Employer identification number Its employer identification number is 69-3456789
C Principal product or service Type Number, street, and room or suite no. If a P.O. box, see the instructions. 124 Division Lane, Sarasota, FL 33645 E Date business started March 1, 2010 or
D Business code number 238220 Print City or town, state or ...
... ANALYSIS AND REDESIGN OF A NETWORK Security Analysis and Redesign of a Network Introduction XYZ Invitation Printing and ABC Invitation Design have merged into A2Z Invitations Company. Prior to the merger, ABC, a virtual firm, hosts a proprietary website that enables its customers to carry out some preliminary work on its website; it usually consulted with a third party designer to perform for the end product. On the other hand, XYZ Company has a system that enabled its clients to submit their designs and monitor the progress of their orders to completion. Additionally, its system incorporated invoicing and contact management system. Upon this merger, ABC’s application will be moved into XYZ’s data...
... Farewell to Arms an Ironic Metaphor to Explore Physical and Emotional Death
THESIS: “A Farewell to Arms” uses rain (or water), something that is known to support life, an ironic metaphor to explore physical and emotional death.
1. An introduction of the story's parallelism to the author's life.
2. Rain is a recurring event in the whole story.
II. Rain and physical death
1. Rain is used a to replace emotions associated with death.
2. Rain is used to forecast death.
III. Rain and emotional death
1. Rain is used to understate the obvious misery in losing a loved one.
2. Rain is used to forecast what will happen in the relationship between Frederic and Catherine.
IV. Rain and destruction
... Linearity In Contemporary Drama
Ibsen’s A Doll’s House has been one of the most acclaimed theatrical works of Ibsen and has been of interest to viewers and actors likewise. There are four major characters: Nora, Torvald Helmer (Nora’s husband), Mrs. Linde (Nora’s school friend and Krogstad’s love), Krogstad (Torvald’s subordinate) and Dr. Rank (often overlooked as a minor character- Helmers’ family doctor and friend). Not only does Nora’s character has drawn significant controversy from days when the play was first staged to the present day, but also each character. The changes in the character seem to suggest that human nature is unpredictable. However, it also hints at the conflict...
... GREENWICH PRINTMAKERS: SAVORING GREENWICH'S HISTORY AND LEGACY Table of Contents Introduction: London, the Site of Greenwich Printmakers3
The Greenwich Printmakers 5
The Cutty Sark: An Attraction Near Greenwich Printmakers 7
Greenwich: Its History and Legacy 10
Events at Greenwich and Greenwich Printmakers 14
The Greenwich Printmakers: Promoting Greenwich Legacy and Tradition 16
Photo Gallery of the Greenwich Area 19
Introduction: London, the Site of Greenwich Printmakers
London sprang into a city in 1865, which was considered a boom and bust period prompted by economic growth, speculation, and immigration. Key artists, who played a formidable ro...
... submitted History and Political Science Since the end of Second World War, the American overseas policy has shifted fromIsolationism to Interventionism. Before the Second World War, United States followed policies that prevented them from taking actions to interfere or change the political or social climate of other nations. These guiding principles defended their homeland borders and remained self-sufficient and unconcerned with the rest of the world. The policies changed to interventionism, which was founded on the principle of directly intervening in the affairs of other nations. The change was because of the American’s perception of the most decent and had the proper way of living, governing and ...
... Essentials 5 Security Essentials 5 The collective pasts of civilizations across the globe integrate the history of private security. Historical versions of nations as different as self-sufficient tribal traditions and capitalistic urban settlements can offer a security devotee plentiful security-associated data. However, the first chapter concentrates on the United States and sticks to a conventional Eurocentric narration that accounts for settlement in this country. Early settlements in the United States secured themselves from potential and unpredictable dangers using diverse inventive defenses.
I. Early Security and the Development of Laws
Contemporary society confronts security experts with dist...
... head: Black Women and White Women: Do Perceptions of Childhood Family Environment Differ Black Women and White Women: Do Perceptions Of Childhood Family Environment Differ
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The research article is based upon a comprehensive study of Black and White Women and tries to answer the question; do perceptions of childhood family environment differ The research was done on a sample of Black and White women from two-parent families, heterogeneous in age and social class.
II. Purpose of the Research
The research was conducted to find out the differences in perceptions of childhood family environment a...
... Amanda’s Failures In Tennessee Williams’ play “The Glass Menagerie,” the story is told of a small family. The father of the family deserted them many years ago and the mother, Amanda, finds it nearly impossible to accept her current conditions. The son, Tom, knows he will never accomplish his dreams while he is supporting his mother and sister and his frustration is taken out in drinking and going to the movies. Laura, the sister, is extremely shy, partly because of her crippling illness (pleurosis) which forces her to wear a brace on her leg and walk with a limp, also disappointing her mother’s expectations. Amanda decides marriage is the only answer for Laura and forces Tom to find a beau for his ...
... Month Hundred Years’ War Hundred Years’ War lingered from 1337 until 1453 and started initially as a conflict between England and France. It was the longest military-political conflict in the history of the Western World. The term “war” in relation to these events and chronological framework is conventional, because military actions during this period were not constantly conducted. The source of the conflict between England and France were the bizarre intertwining of historical destinies of these countries, which began from the Norman conquest of England in 1066. The dukes of Normandy came from the Northern France and established firmly on the English throne. Under their rule, they united England...
... Ancien Regime and the Revolution by Alexis de Tocqueville French revolution is the period of far-reaching, social and political turmoil in France and its consequences spread all over in Europe. It was a revolution in which people fought against the absolute monarchy which was ruling France for centuries. It was a period of complete transformation of French society. The long-lasting ideas about tradition and hierarchy of monarchy and religious authority were brought down by the new principles of equality and Natural rights. French Historian Alexis de Tocqueville has written the book, which focuses on the French society before French revolution. The original work “L’ancien Regime et la Reevolution”...
... A Critical Analysis of Lean Thinking and Quality Management as Logistics and Supply Chain Practices Recently, logistics and supply chain management have been established as the key strategies and approaches of management in gaining competitive advantage and effective organizational operations (Srinivasan, 2011:221). In today’s extremely competitive environment, attaining competitive advantage is a critical success factor in both expanding and sustaining a business entity. According to James and Frederick (2001), companies will work on prices and/or quality of the services provided with a common goal of reaching maximum profits by holding onto, acquiring more, and converting more of their most...
... Milton and Marvell: Waging War with the Written Word ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
a. Using Primary Source
b. Using Secondary Source
a. Historical background (English Civil War) SOURCE: http://www.historyonthenet.com/Civil_War/timelinecivilwar.htm
b. Fiction reflects Reality
c. John Milton
(THE AGE OF MILTON AND ITS INFLUENCE ON HIS LIFE AND WORKS.)
Influence of the spirit of Renaissance
Influence of the spirit of Puritanism
Influence of the spirit of Political Conflicts
HIS WORKS ANALYSED
... Warren, Mrs. Watkins, English IV, 7th period, Feburary 13 How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result:
Introduction: The tussle for supremacy between England and France goes back to ancient history. After several failed attempts in previous centuries, the Normans finally defeated the English in the Battle of Hastings in the year 1066, thereby changing the course of the island’s history significantly. Not only did the Normans take over the political reigns but also effected profound changes to the cultural and linguistic heritage of the people of England. This essay will attempt to show how the Norman Conquest of England left a lasting impact on futu...
... LITERARY HISTORY, INTERPRETATION, & ANALYSIS The play by T.S. Eliot, Murder in the Cathedral centers on the main character, Archbishop Thomas Beckett. Thomas Beckett returns to England .The play begins with the warning, the chorus explains of some imminent mis happening, it is beyond their minds to comprehend as they are common people and their lives are controlled by the lives of eminent beings. They describe that when Beckett was in France for seven years his absence was also good for them but once he is back they fear for him. The struggle of the characters in the play Murder in the Cathedral begins long before the plot opens .The plot opens explaining the estranged relation between King Henry II ...
... plan: PAIN MANAGEMENT Introduction: According to Marcia L. Meldrum (2003), “pain is the oldest medical problem and the universal affliction of mankind” (pp. 2470-2475). It is both a curse and a gift, since it also serves to alert us to changes in, or damages to, our body. Any “potential or actual tissue injury associated with an emotional and/or sensory experience” (Vanderwerf, 1998, pp. 264-265) is made known to us through pain. Without it, we would not know if we have cut or if we have suffered a fatal wound. Pain is suffering, but it is necessary. The American Pain Society labeled it as the “5th Vital Sign” (Campbell, 1995, as cited in Smeltzer & Bare, 2003, p. 217). As with all vital signs,...
... Jefferson, the third president of America has been ranked by scholars the world over, as one of the greatest presidents America has had. An erudite scholar, Jefferson was one of the few people who could boast of in depth knowledge of a wide range of subjects from languages to astronomy and law to architecture. It is no wonder then that when President Kennedy welcomed forty-nine Nobel laureates to the White House in 1962 he said, "I think this is the most extraordinary collection of talent and of human knowledge that has ever been gathered together at the White House – with the possible exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone."(Wikipedia Jefferson.) This staunch advocate of liberty and...
... 336th Infantry and the 92nd Buffalo Infantry Division Essay 2440 Words of Outline I. Introduction II.World War I and II infantry divisions
III. The 92nd infantry divisions
IV. The 366th infantry division
In every war or battle, there are various functions to which military and non-military personnel are assigned. Most important in wars or battles are those men and women trained to engage in foot battles with their opponents1. Historically, these foot soldiers have borne the most brunt of battles not only during the World Wars but also in earlier and later wars. These soldiers are referred to as infantrymen and a collection of these soldiers is known as an Inf...
... Mateship has often been regarded as primary value of Australia and epitome of Australian national identity. The term emerged in the second half of the 19th century “it derives from the word 'mate`, used in Australian English as a synonym for 'cobber`, which denotes a habitual companion, associate, friend or partner” (Wilde, 1994). Mateship, which implies strong bonds between equal friends or partners, has been embedded to the Australian legend and associated with comradeship, egalitarianism and anti-authoritarianism. It denotes exclusively male partnership and excludes women. However, in the 1890’s the term was used in several contexts and linked with the bush and Australiannes. Henry Lawson has...
... grand edifice of an ancient Church building can carry different meanings and emotions for different people. It is the most revered monument of faith for the faithful, a unique rare manuscript of history for the historian, an invaluable symbol of heritage for the social scientist and a thing of magnificent, awe-inspiring beauty for the layman. Gloucester Cathedral and York Minster, the spectacular medieval cathedrals preserved by history to feast the eyes of modern man, hold all these credentials converged into one. Here, the spiritual world and the secular world become mutually inclusive with perfect harmony and beauty.
Both these medieval cathedrals testify to the values of change and adaptation; t...
... in Portugal Introduction Portugal officially known as Portuguese Republic is situated in the South West Europe. Portugal is surrounded by Atlantic Ocean on the west and south and the country Spain is situated on the east and north of Portugal. The capital of Portugal is Lisbon and the largest city is also Lisbon.
“Following its heyday as a world power during the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal lost much of its wealth and status with the destruction of Lisbon in a 1755 earthquake, occupation during the Napoleonic Wars, and the independence in 1822 of Brazil as a colony. A 1910 revolution deposed the monarchy; for most of the next six decades, repressive governments ran the country. In 1974, a left-w...
... Outline I. Introduction II. Definition III. Effects of binge drinking A. Negative impact on academic performance B. Indulgence in dangerous stunts and unsafe actions IV. Risk Factors A. Youth specific aggressive behavior B. College environment V. Conclusion Introduction Binge drinking has become on of the major problems in world. It has created more concern as studies have found that students in schools and colleges are indulging in binge drinking on large scale. Researchers like Wechsler et al. (1994) have found that binge drinking was widespread in college campuses and was a cause of various problems in students (Tischler 29). The effects of binge drinking are harmful not only to the social and...
... and Fujifilm Executive Summary The report deals with the performance of organizations such as Kodak and Fujifilm in the wake of rapid changes in the environment. The project seeks to deal with the performance of these two companies with respect to each other. The report also shows how these companies managed to cope with the factors that have a huge bearing on the performance of the organization. PEST analysis and SWOT analysis are used in this regard to facilitate understanding in a better way of how these companies have fared with respect to each other.
a. PEST Analysis and its Advantages 4
b. PEST Analysis of Kodak 4
c. Adoption of Ansoff Strategies by Fujifil...
... growth of Irish Historiography and Historical debate There has been without a doubt a growth in Irish historiography and historical debate since the 1960’s. This trend has focused on the relationship between England (and later Britain) and Ireland with its consequences for both countries’ developments and history. Such interest was brought about by the troubles in Northern Ireland, underscored by the contemporary emergence of the IRA and policies in relation to its neighboring Britain. There are different sides trying to justify their cause and historians trying to explain and interpret with their own personal biases. Traditional historical debate usually tries to argue in favour of one perspective ...
... Second Amendment or the Right to Bear Arms The right to bear arms was the Second Amendment to the United s Constitution. The amendment was ratified on December 15, 1791. In turn, the United States Constitutions was signed by 39 delegates on September 17, 1787. The American Civil War took place between 1861 and 1865 while the American Declaration of Independence took place in 1776. Simultaneous with the ratification of Amendment 2, nine other amendments were ratified on December 15, 1791. These are:
Amendment 1. Freedom of Religion, the Press, and Expression
Amendment 3. Right Against Quartering of Soldiers without Consent
Amendment 4. Right Against Unreasonable Search and Seizure
Amendment 5. Right A...
... Outline Intro: Thesis: Not only does Frost say that people should take time to enjoy what nature has provided for them, but that they should be allowed the time and freedom from their work-a-day responsibilities to do so. If they are not, tragedy may strike. I. “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” can be interpreted as a poem about the tedium of life as an adult with responsibilities. A. The first stanza provides a clue to a Marxist interpretation of the poem 1. Woods owned. 2. Speaker conveys the importance of balancing life and work. B. Speaker has a sense of obligation II. “After Apple Picking,” Frost conveys that same weariness with the demands of the world A. Subverts societal expectations 1. ...
... politics of the early American republic provide a framework for understanding modern public policy issues, including foreign policy. It is appealing, for instance, to seek answers for America’s problems today in the writings of the Founding Fathers, who seemed to have principled stances on most issues. However, a principled stance on every issue necessarily creates partisanship and gridlock in attempting to create legislation in response to problems. In the 1790s, one could clearly see a polarized American government, divided between two major competing factions: the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. In this environment, the two positions were antithetical and their opposition extended into the...
... A. Definitions i. Coulomb (C d after a famous French Physicist, it is the unit of electrical charge. One coulomb is defined as the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second.
ii. Ampere (A or Amp): It is the measure of electrical current. One ampere is the flow of one coulomb of charge per second in an electric conductor.
iii. Volt (V): It is the measure of potential difference between two points. It is the equivalent of the electromotive force applied to a conductor that will produce a current in the conductor. The difference in potential sets the direction of current flow in the conductor. As per the prevailing standards most of homes around the world use 110 volt or 220 volt...
... Operative Nursing Care of Transsphenoidal Hypophysectomy Abstract
Transsphenoidal hypophysectomy is a surgery performed by a neurosurgeon for pituitary tumours and the care for this patient involves an understanding of the functions of the pituitary gland in our body. It is called the Master gland and is indeed true as it controls the release of most of the body's major hormones. Hypophysectomy which is the removal of the pituitary gland partially or completely and is done for tumours of the pituitary gland resulting in a deficiency of many hormones in the post operative period and hence its post operative care is crucial.
... Faith and Reason in the Early Christian Church The theological division between the Gnostic Christian movement and the groups that would later form the basis of Christian orthodoxy through the Imperial Church is one based on fundamentally different views of faith and reason in religious practice. By definition, the Gnostics sought a direct, esoteric experience of Divine Wisdom that was associated with the free-flowing wisdom of Sophia, a philosophical construct that is similar to the Tao or Shakti in other forms of Eastern mysticism. In contrast, the strands of faith and practice of early Christianity that joined with the Roman Empire were based in a literal interpretation of scripture that could be ...
... International Business: CeramiCo Ltd. ID Number & Total Number of Words: 2,998 Introduction Operating in Birmingham, UK, CeramiCo Ltd. is a small to medium size enterprise that specializes in the manufacturing of ceramic tiles. To increase its business opportunity and avoid saturating the market in UK, the company is in the midst of deciding whether or not it is best for them to expand its production line in either in UK or in Turkey. To help CeramiCo’s board of directors gain a better analysis and understanding with regards to the ceramics industry in UK and Turkey, it is best to use the Porter’s five forces framework (Henry, 2008, pp. 68 – 69). Since both the UK and Turkish government are highly...
... Globalization and Democracy- Qatar 2022 World Cup and Green Shoots of Change of the English of the Concerned 18 November 2013 Globalization and Democracy- Qatar 2022 World Cup and Green Shoots of Change Introduction If one considers the world view pertaining to sports within the time frame before the advent of globalization, sports were traditionally perceived in an utterly conservative context when it came to the role the sports played in the constitution of national identity and the interaction of culture (Smith & Porter 64). In fact many a times the correlation between sports and nationalism transcended the domain of honest patriotism and degenerated into abject xenophobia and chauvinism (Pauly...
... and Greek Gods From the Past
4.2 Description of the typical structure of a royal tomb from the Valley of the Kings (based on the Theban Mapping Project) and how this differed from earlier tombs
The Theban Mapping Project relies on two principal documents for detailing the typical structure of a royal tomb from the Valley of the Kings. One of these is a papyrus containing the plan of the tomb of Rameses IV. Key designations in the anatomy of this tomb are the following:
The God’s Passage of the Empty/Open Path – an entryway as a ramp cut into the hillside
The Passage of the Sun – The first corridor
Second God’s Passage – The second corridor
Two Doorkeepers’ Rooms – Rectangular recess...
... Carry out initial calculations and/or justifications as required In order to make design process simple, the design of the bike is adopted from existing designs of the mountain bikes being manufactured by various companies with slight modifications. The various advantages of doing so include the ease with which the body frame can be modified to incorporate the power sources, and swift manufacturing process. The dimensions of the frame should be decided while considering the size of the power source it has to accommodate. The options under consideration (the conversion kit, Honda GX 35 and the AC Motor) have different size so the selection of the frame should be made in accordance with the largest...
... Nazis and how the final solution came to be Although much debate still surrounds the issue, many would accept that the “Final Solution” (i.e., the gassing of Jews) had been determined once and for all by Hitler as of December 12, 1941. As Goebbels noted in his diary, on that day Hitler made clear to his associates that he now planned to fulfill his “promise” of exterminating the Jews. What many laymen do not know, however, is that this did not end the process. Over the next half year, the Nazis continued to test, put into operation, and refine more and more lethal methods of gassing. The following paper will discuss this process of refinement. Gas vans employed the usage of poisonous cases to...
... Purposes Of Intelligence Control
The history of intelligence testing reveals crude beginnings with limited application, progresses through the development of additional instrumentation with both specialized versions and more specific purposes, and lands at the contemporary proliferation of options for both testing and theoretically grasping intelligence in all of its forms. The present study examines the foundations of intelligence testing and makes recommendations about what such testing should really measure.
The Foundation of Intelligence Testing
The foundation of intelligence testing dates back to the earliest pioneers of the practice, before even Wechsler or Binet (Boake, 2002). In the mid-n...
... Chrtien de Troyes and Lancelot I. Introduction Theme: Chrtien depicted the concept of courtly love in various ways through the character of Lancelot and his affair with Guinevere.
II. Historical Overview
Assessment of Chrtien's genre and discussion of historical context under which Lancelot, The Knight of the Cart was written
III. Discussion - The Author and His Character
Discussion of the main theme with reference to the actual text
Evaluation of Chrtien's work and moral of the story
As a notable French poet, Chrtien de Troyes (c.1170-c.1185) is one of the foremost contributors in the Arthurian legend. His works were largely influenced by pop...