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APPLE COMPUTERCASE ISSUESCore Competency (CI#1) : Apple design, develop and market numerous product and service lines. They sell their products to education, consumer creative professional, business and government customers. While apple seems to display numerous products and conduct business on different segments, it is legitimate to wonder what the company is really good at? Too much diversity is exactly what crushed Apple during the John Scully days.Cannibalization (CI#2): Through January 2005, Apple has opened 102 retail stores. Although these launches are potentially beneficial, Apple stores are hurting the resellers' business and not all of them will survive. Considering that the...
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Environmental ScanIntroductionThis paper will depict research of the internal and external environments of Target Corporation and Cessna Aviation Company through environmental scanning. By performing a SWOT Analysis, a resolution of the competitive advantages will be made of both companies and the strategies that they are using. The environmental scan of these organizations will include information on how each one creates value and sustainability of competitive advantages through the use of business strategy. The paper will explain the measurement guidelines that the organizations use to verify their strategic effectiveness. The paper will also explain just...
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Psychostimulant research is quite pertinent considering that the number of new cocaine uses has more than doubled in the last decade. Dr. Paul Czoty’s lab looks at monkey models in order to better understand the neurological mechanisms underlying cocaine abuse. In the seminar, Dr. Czoty outlined the advantages to animal models and discussed the biological and environmental factors that were shown to affect cocaine sensitivity in macaques.
The brain has two main dopamine systems, the Nigrostriatal and the Mesolimbic. These systems have a variety of functions including motor control, learning, memory, hormone secretion and retinal function. Cocaine inhibits dopamine reuptake increasing the...
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Teaching an Applied Critical Thinking Course: How Applied Can We Get?
ABSTRACT: Encouraging students to apply classroom knowledge in their personal, everyday life is a major problem confronting many teachers of critical thinking. For example, while a student might recognize an ad hominem argument in a classroom exercise, it is quite another thing for him or her to avoid the same in interpersonal relations, say with parents, siblings, and peers. One approach to this problem is the creation of interaction software to which students can turn for input on the rationality of their own thinking. Students can then speak to computers rather than instructors about their private lives without...
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'LONGISH TERM PAPER''RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY'TOPIC:'TECHNIQUES OF WRITING A RESEARCH PAPER'POONAM WALIMBEROLL NO: 111Dated: 17.10.14TABLE OF CONTENTS:Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter-
Objectives and Aims of the study
Chapter 2: Conceptual analysis of Research paper-
Meaning of research paper
Importance of legal research paper
Research paper may refer to-
Academic paper (also called as Scholarly paper)
Chapter 3: Techniques of writing a good research paper/ Major Steps in writing a research paper -
Choose the subject of interest
Identify whether enough material is...
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What is the role of GIS and Remote Sensing in
1. Environmental Impact Assessment
2. Substance Flow Analysis
3. Carbon Foot printing
4. Health Impact Assessment
5. Social Impact Assessment
Geospatial techniques such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing play a pivotal role in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) and their various components such as ecological, social and hydrological impact assessment. These tools have proved so useful that they have also been incorporated into carbon foot printing and substance flow analysis. This paper will discuss how GIS and remote sensing have been incorporated into each of the assessment techniques...
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People can get their blue, hazel, or brown eyes from one of their parents, and their freckles from the other. But where does their talent for singing, or knack for craftsmanship come from? In other words, what makes individuals who they are? Is it predetermined in their genes or was it taught to them by family or friends? My General Psychology instructor recently explained this contest of nature and nurture as won by neither side. “The nature versus nurture debate is one of the oldest issues in psychology. The debate centers on the relative contributions of genetic inheritance and environmental factors to human development.” - (Kendra Cherry). So far the evidence collected from years of...
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Running head: ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSISEnvironmental AnalysisUniversity of PhoenixThe purpose of this paper is to identify key macroeconomics variables that affect a particular industry, in which two of these variables will be selected and reflected in two charts, each to include the macroeconomic variable and the corresponding industry variable for the last five years. Based on the environmental scan, the challenges and opportunities that exist for the firm within their operating environment.Environmental AnalysisRemote EnvironmentThe banking industry plays a crucial role in today's economy, wealth is not created solely by banks such as Bank of...
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Company X is a plastic injection molding manufacturer located in Highland, Michigan. The company had started in 2005 and survived the hard economic times. Company X started out by first doing applique and added 6 months ago injection molding. There are two owners, and there are less than 75 employees. Every company small or large should take social responsibility.
A1. Environmental considerations and recommendations (Planet).
Just doing what is right and following the laws will make your company a good citizen, but is that really enough. A good company should go beyond just doing what is required, they should be aware of every decision they make in how it will affect the...
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"Never before in history has innovation offered promise of so much to so many in so short a time." -Bill Gates. Modern Technology has had an impact on the medical field. The medical field benefited from technology. It has benefited from tools such as the scalps (which is used to open up the body) and medical equipment. Medical technology has grown to the point where viruses that affected us before have no affects to us today. One example would be the spanish virus that killed 1/8 of Europe's population. Medical technology has made it so new viruses could be stopped before they do any real harm. One machine can detect cancer cells, so it could be treated before it does anymore harm. We are...
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Space exploration should be funded at even greater levels than at present. It has provided scientific, technological, and economic benefits for all mankind. Furthermore it will continue to provide these benefits as long as we continue to explore.
The American space program as well as the United States economy is facing many challenges at this time but we need to look at what the long term costs of not continuing a robust manned and unmanned space program will be. The solar system holds many mysteries and an untold amount of untapped resources that if not explored and utilized by the United States will be utilized by other Nations. With finite resources on Earth any nation that is able to...
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Writing is, at its core, a technology. It allows us to take our thoughts and arrange them spatially in the physical world. Living in a culture where this practice is an every day occurrence, the physical nature of writing fluidly becomes part of our consciousness. This is what the class project exposed for me. Having to “invent” a writing technology forced me to see the importance of being able to easily put down my thoughts and work with them visually.
At this very moment I am transferring thoughts into lines, shaping, moving, juggling them around on the familiar square format of the page. This is a process I wanted to allow for with my own invented technology....
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Environmental Analysis: Southwest Airlines Environmental Analysis: Southwest AirlineIntroductionSouthwest Airlines Co. began its operations in 1971 and has been serving the industry for the past 43 years now (Southwest Airlines, n.d.). It is the major domestic airline, and ranked number one in 2014 by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (United States Department of Transportation, 2014). Back in 1971 the airline began its services in Texas in the cities of Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas. The company has been ranked as the nation's largest low cost carrier (Mergent, 2012). It offers the lowest fares, and has the lowest cost...
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This assignment intends to demonstrate the use of the Roper, Logan and Tierney model of nursing for assessment of a patient presenting with an ectopic pregnancy. The discussion begins with a definition of ectopic pregnancy. This will be followed with the introduction to the patient and an explanation of the model used to assess the patient. The assessment is based on pre-operative care. One particular identified need of the patient will be discussed in detail in relation to the care implemented. The care provided will be critiqued along with a critique of model of nursing.Ectopic pregnancy, also known as an extra uterine pregnancy is a potentially life-threatening form of pregnancy. It...
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Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer among both men and women. There are two different types of lung cancer: nonsmall cell lung cancer and small cell lung cancer. There are also many different things that can cause lung cancer, but the number one cause for lung cancer is tobacco use.
What is lung cancer? This is a question that a lot of people are still asking. Lung cancer is definitely something to want to be educated about so that it can be recognizable. There are healthy cells that grow and divide throughout the body to keep it functioning properly, but sometimes this growth gets out of control when the cells...
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This paper was done for a Drugs and aging class. I was to pick a social issue which I have had some connection to and reflect on it. I was to include at least 3 references with my paper. My topic was on my experiences with an uncle who has Alzheimer's.Alzheimer's in the FamilyEveryone has to face the prospects of a number of health risks with increasing age. Changes in vision, hearing and sensitivity to touch, temperature and pain can all occur with age. Older individuals are also familiar with decreased flexibility and efficiency in physical activity, increased likelihood of heart attacks, cancer, and several other conditions. Many people in the older population will have to face more...
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What is autism?
Autism is a developmental disorder that is characterized by impaired development in communication, social interaction, and behavior. Autism is classified as a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), which is part of a broad spectrum of developmental disorders affecting young children and adults--the autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). The range of these disorders varies from severely impaired individuals with autism to other individuals who have abnormalities of social interaction but normal intelligence--Asperger's syndrome. The ways in which autism is exhibited can differ greatly. Additionally, autism can be found in association with other disorders...
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Since the 1980s, it has been established that there must be a strong association between employee compensation and business strategy (Hufnagel, 1987). However, the development of strategically-oriented compensation scheme is a complex endeavor that requires consideration of numerous factors. Some of these elements are evolving employee needs, changing employee and societal demographics, the changing sexual composition of the labor force as well as transforming qualifications of job applicants (Dawson, 1995). It cannot be emphasized enough that strategic compensation enables an organization to align employee interests with those of the owners of the company (Santone, Kevin, & Britt, 1993)....
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Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia that is nonreversible and develops over a period of years that affects mostly the elderly population. Alzheimer's disease can be mistaken for normal aging but personality and behavior changes sets Alzheimer's disease apart. Although Alzheimer's disease is considered an aged disease, it has been documented to affect people before the age of 65. This is termed early onset Alzheimer's disease which accounts for 5-10% of all Alzheimer's disease. Statistics conducted by the Alzheimer's Association estimates that 5.3 million people have Alzheimer's disease with an annual cost for medical care of 172 billion dollars . The impact of...
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Field Work in Hawaii- Journal
Jan. 3rd 2001 Travel day.
Things started out normal. I got up early to get ready for the flight. Arrived at the Rochester international airport an hour early to confirm my flights and check my baggage. While I was at the check in counter the desk worker got a call informing him that my plane was still in Syracuse with a mechanical problem and that it would not be making its flight today. Fortunately I was at the airport early enough to catch another flight on a different airline. Due to the problems with the plane I was even up graded to first class for one leg of my trip. After the first leg of my plane took off every thing went pretty smoothly. ...
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Implementation Strategies for Electronic Document
Management Systems (EDMS)
An electronic document management system (EDMS) is a computer-based system used to track and store electronic documents and/or images of paper documents, electronic documents, and other knowledge used by the organization. According to Johnston and Bowen (2005) EDMS is "…an automated system which supports the creation, use and maintenance of paper or electronic documents and records for the purposes of an organization's workflow and processes" ( p. 133). This paper familiarizes the organization executive and information technology (IT) teams about the purposes for which EDMS is used, describes the key functions...
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Strategy, Strategic Design & Strategic Behavior"Eagle Box Company"Table of Contents1.0 Letter to Mr. Cody Faircloth2.0 Background3.0 External Environment Analysis (SW)3.1Societal Environment Analysis3.2Task Environment Analysis4.0 Internal Environment Analysis (OT)4.1 Sales & Service4.2 Production4.3 Accounting & Finance5.0 Chain of Command6.0 Financial Analysis7.0 Value Industry Chain8.0 VRIO Analysis9.0 Analysis of Strategic Factors (SWOT)9.0 Overall Assessment of the Company11.0 Issues Needing Clarification12.0 Overall Strategy & Action PlanAPPENDIX 1: Further Financial AnalysisDear Cody Faircloth,Generically speaking you've come into this industry from advice for your...
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CHAPTER 1INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY MANAGEMENT1.1 Security ManagementThis research project on "An analysis of Security Management in an organization" refers to the management of security in different organizations and the measures taken to stop hackers from breaking into their systems. There are many things that have to be taken into account by the security analyst to secure the data of an organization and manage the security. Certain things that are necessary to take precautionary measures and manage security which will be discussed in this report are:*Firewalls.*Encryption.*Proxy Server.*Good Operating System.A firewall plays a very important role in security management. If the firewall is a...
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The terms biometrics and biometry have been used since the early 20th century. It refers “to the field of development of statistical and mathematical methods applicable to data analysis problems in the biological sciences” (Biometrics Journal.) Biometrics has been used in a variety of disciplines, in which it serves a different function for each field. For example it has been used statistically in agricultural field experiments to compare the harvest of different types of wheat; for the analysis of data from human clinical experiments assessing the effectiveness of therapies for certain diseases; or for the analysis of data from environmental studies on the...
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Staring my dog in the eyes after she had grabbed a muffin on my kitchen floor, I see her head cautiously tip to the ground, and her jaw release the little treat. I smile and lower my scolding finger, only for her to mischievously grab the muffin off the ground once more, and bolt into the backyard to finish it off before I have a chance to stop her. That was a clever move of deception on her part, and it is everyday interactions like this one that lead me to the bigger question I want to address. Do animals have thought? And if so, how similar is it to the human definition of thought, and mindfulness? In this paper I will argue a point similar to one discussed by philosopher Marc Hauser,...
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A Closer Look Into Music Piracy
Whether it’s your younger cousin listening to the newest nursery rhyme CD on the drive to kindergarten or the noisy neighbor blasting heavy metal from his or her stereo, just about everyone enjoys listening to some form of music. Music is powerful. In the past music has been controversial due to some artist’s subject matter or their appearance. But recently a new debate is taking place, and it has nothing to do with the music itself, but the way in which it is being distributed. Music piracy has been a great concern in the last decade as music lovers across the globe have begun to share music without purchasing it from the rightful owners, and while this...
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Transmission Power Control in Single-hop and
Multi-hop Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract—A major challenge in wireless sensor network (WSN)
deployment is to minimize sensor node’s energy consumption
to prolong the lifetime of the finite-capacity batteries. Power
control is one of the main techniques used to conserve energy in
wireless sensor networks. In this paper we provide an efficient
power control scheme for WSNs based on Telosb platform
which is IEEE 802.15.4 standard compliant. Our simulation and
numerical results illustrate that energy spent to transmit a packet
in network system using short-range multi-hop path does not
necessarily save energy as suggested by some...
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Information Systems in Supply Chain Management
Innovated Information Systems in
Supply Chain Management
A Case Study of Walmart Stores, Inc.
and Lessons for Vietnam Retail Industry
Instructor: Dr. Le Thai Phong
Prepared by: Doan Thi Thu Trang 
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................. 4
I. LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................................................................. 5
1. Supply Chain Management .................................................................................................... 5
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IntroductionIn this preliminary section of "The Dreaded Team Project" our team will name, describe, and give general information about the company we have chosen as well as the industry in which it operates. We will describe in detail its history, scope and vision, technology in the supply chain, Tempe distribution center, and financial analysis.For the purposes of this assignment, Team "X" has chosen to research a process at Safeway. In particular, a process in the perishables warehouse at the Tempe distribution center. The process that our team has elected to focus on (which will be addressed in depth in subsequent sections of this team project) is inadequacies and inefficiencies in the...
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Within the fast evolving and highly competitive business environment that is today, new businesses will need to fine tune the processes undertaken which help in the overall success of the company within the business industry. FMCG is the abbreviation for ‘fast moving consumer goods’. FMCG Companies manufacture retail products that have a relatively short shelf life because they have a high turnover rate or because the product deteriorates rapidly, for example fresh food products (Jaray, 2005, p. 23). The goods must be bought every week or few weeks according to (Powell and Hardy et al., 2013). The authors go on to say that the goods must be cheap and that the FMGC business...
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“We have always known that heedless self-interest was bad morals; We know now that it is also bad economics”
(Franklin Delano Roosevelt as cited in Godwin, 2008; Good Money & Quotes, 2010)
Business Industry has witnessed the outcomes of bad moral decisions taken by business leaders. Enron’s story is only one example of corporate scandals and cases of bad moral decisions, which has not only shaken the public trust in corporations, but also affected the bank accounts of investors and employees. Before the bankruptcy of Enron; it was included in one of the fortune 500 companies after its fraudulent accounting case the share went down to $1 (Enron scandal, 2010; PBS,...
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Terrorism brings about serious problems in a government which take a long time to be resolved. People have lost their lives, some have been displaced, properties destroyed and the government in general is affected as people live with fears of attack. The war on terrorism is a big challenge faced by most governments as they look for ways and means of controlling it. More efforts have been put in place to fight the war on terrorism but the outcome is not as effective as it is supposed to be since the attackers continue to develop new strategies as the current technology advances by day. Iraq and Middle East are the most threatening countries associated with terrorism and the...
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Prospect and Setbacks of Globalization to National Economies in the New CenturyIntroductionGlobalization (or globalisation) in its literal sense is a social change, an increase in connections among societies and their elements due to, among others, the explosive evolution of transport and communication technologies. The term is applied to many social, cultural, commercial and economic activities. Depending on the context it can mean: (a)closer contact between different parts of the world (globalization of the world, global village), with increasing possibilities of personal exchange and mutual understanding between "world citizens", (b) or (economic globalization), freer trade and increasing...
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Mad Cow disease has been heavily spoken about on the international news. Our hopes are that the disease will not spread into the United States, even though several people have died from the disease.
PURPOSE, SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
Our initial purpose of researching this topic has been inspired by the growing concern for the outbreak of Mad Cow Disease and it's various forms. We believe that it is imperative that we take our research and implement it to others along with facts in order to generate concern for other countries regulations, United States regulations, health concerns and economical awareness.
SOURCES AND METHODS
Our research is based on much information accessed by the...
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The prominence of case management as a service delivery method and as an area of study for social workers has increased in the past decade. Although case management has its roots in the earliest helping efforts of the social work profession (Ashley, 1988), only recently has this method received a considerable research and practice commitment. (For example, Social Work Research & Abstracts added case management as a separate section in its service methods section in 1989.)This paper emphasizes the managerial nature of case management. The case manager is compared with managers in general, the properties of case managers are delineated, the complexities of managerial work are outlined, and...
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Date: 4 April, 2010To: Mr. WillsonFrom: Wang Qin and Xin Jun FangSubject: Strategic role of information systems, specific social, ethical and legal issues, IT infrastructure and emerging technologies, and information systems security within FedEx CorporationEnclosed you will find my analysis with regard to four sections of this report, namely strategic role of information systems, specific social, ethical and legal issues, IT infrastructure and emerging technologies, and information systems security within FedEx. Through the entire analysis, I found that strategic role can be seen through information systems' impact on FedEx's ability to encounter some of the competitive forces. Second,...
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Becoming a parent is a very serious matter, and if you cannot live with any child who is less than perfect, well, then, maybe you want to give some thought to the commitment one makes in choosing to become a parent. If you can't accept a baby born with developmental problems, what will you do if your child develops problems later in life? What will you do if your child is autistic or develops juvenile diabetes or leukemia or is disabled in an accident? If your children don't disappoint you before you are born, you can generally bet that they will at some time disappoint you after they are born. It takes tremendous maturity and responsibility to accept that in choosing to become a parent, you...
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IKEA INDIAExecutive Summary:IKEA originated in 1943 by a 17 year old Ingvar Kamprad using his entrepreneurial skills selling items out of a catalog and continued to expand where his stores is located in more than 30 countries currently. IKEA sells furniture and other household products at a very low price so that everyone can afford them. IKEA is always looking to save money on their packaging, costs, and any other opportunity they get to save money. As a team we thought it would be most beneficial for IKEA to enter into India specifically Mumbai, India. India is one of the most emerging countries and gives IKEA a great opportunity. As a team we feel IKEA should implement interior designers...
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Human Cloning and Congress
Recent months have seen news of biotech advances all along the front: cloned cats, artificial wombs, nascent human-animal hybrids, genetic selection of embryos for implantation, fetal-tissue manipulation--and on, and on, nearly every day bringing some news item about the technology that is redefining what it means to be human. The question is, do we want this redefinition? And this essay attempts to answer this pressing question.
Like a giant jigsaw puzzle as each piece is put in place, the picture of the brave new world of eugenic biotechnology is coming clear, and it is an ugly and frightening picture of designed descendants, commodified body...
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For centuries, man has been genetically modifying everything from food to dogs by using a process called selective breeding. This process takes the best of what you have and makes more of it, or mixes the best of one with the best of another to see what happens. Even though this process is relatively refined, it is still subject to trial and error. Today’s cloning technology allows scientists to identify the genetic quality that they want to reproduce and insert it directly into a plant or animal, effectively eliminating the trial and error phase of selective breeding. Regulating cloning, or worse, banning it altogether, would limit the progress of scientific advancement...
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A Marxist Reading of Coriolanus
One popular dissecting instrument of any Shakespearean character is the modern tool of psychoanalysis. Many of Shakespeare's great tragic heroes-Macbeth, Hamlet, King Lear, and Othello, to name a few-have all been understood by this method of plying back and interpreting the layers of motivation and desire that constitute every individual. Add to this list Shakespeare's Roman warrior Coriolanus. His strong maternal ties coupled with his aggressive and intractable nature have been ideal fodder for modern psychoanalytic interpretation. This interpretation, however, falls within a larger, political context. For despite the fact that Coriolanus is a...
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DeVere or Shakespeare?
Abstract: The debate over the legitimacy of the authorship of Shakespearean works has been disputed for centuries. While many scholars have held beliefs that Shakespeare's works have been written by figures such as Christopher Marlowe, Francis Bacon, William Stanley, and others, the most heated debate today is between William Shakespeare and Edward DeVere, the Earl of Oxford. Each side of this debate has many followers, the Stratfordians, or those who claim Shakespeare to be the true author, and the Oxfordians who believe that true credit should go to DeVere. My paper, far from being a complete analysis of the possibilities of Shakespearean authorship,...
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The Character of Lena Lingard in My Antonia
Lena Lingard is the best example of a non-domestic central character which appears amidst the domesticity of My Ántonia. Often the sections which feature Lena instead of Ántonia are seen as confusing divergences from the plot line of a novel that purports to be about the woman named in the title. However, since Lena appears in the novel almost as often as Ántonia, and more often than any other character except Jim, she is a central character. Lena is a working woman who refuses to accept the constraints society places upon her. Even when society predicts that by becoming a dressmaker instead of marrying she will fail and become a...
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Coppola's Adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula
The legendary creature Dracula has mesmerized readers and viewers for nearly a century. In Bram Stoker's masterpiece, Dracula, the infamous monster affects each reader in a different way. Some find the greatest fear to be the sacrilegious nature of his bloodsucking attacks, while others find themselves most afraid of Dracula's shadow-like omnipresent nature. The fascination with Dracula has assimilated into all parts of society. Dracula can now be seen selling breakfast cereals, making appearances on Sesame Street, and on the silver screen. Countless film adaptations of Stoker's original novel have been undertaken by the some of the...
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Coppola's Interpretation of Dracula as a Love Story
The protagonist and story of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula have been widely interpreted and adapted in films throughout many years. Despite almost a century of time since the initial publication, Dracula has maintained its ability to frighten and mesmerize readers. Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula; however, utilizes the erotic romance of the original novel in order to depict a tragic love story. The film accurately follows the general plot of the novel, yet presents the characters in a unique manner that provides for a different appreciation of the characters.
Francis Ford Coppola's adaptation of Stoker's...
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Little Freedom of Expression
Freedom of expression, like the air we breathe, is a luxury that most people in western civilization take for granted. I know I certainly took it for granted when I was in the twelfth grade, and that presumption almost got me expelled. In Cornwall, Ontario this last December the idea of freedom of speech did more than get a young man expelled. He was forced to spend the better part of a month, including Christmas, New Year's Eve, and his sixteenth birthday in jail. Finally there is the case of the former mayor of Mukingo in Ruhengeri Prefecture, Juvenal Kejelijeli, who is desperately fighting deportation to face charges for his "freedom of expression,"...
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The Psychology of the Serpent in D.H. Lawrence's 'Snake'
Less than 17% of the world's snakes are poisonous and less than half of these are dangerous to man. The risk of death as a result of snakebite is, in fact, lower than the risk of being struck by lightning (Pinney 138). Nonetheless, cross-culturally and throughout the world, the snake is an object of fascination, fear, and respect for humankind. The serpent is a source of symbolic speculation, as it appears in myth, dream, literature, and religion. In nature or otherwise, "it is impossible to approach the creature innocently" (Morgenson 3). As D.H. Lawrence's poem, "Snake", suggests, the snake's invoked power in not a result...
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The Subtle Truth of Jane Eyre
The role of a woman in Victorian England was an unenviable one. Social demands and personal desires were often at cross-purposes. This predicament was nothing new in the 19th century, yet it was this period that would see the waters begin to stir in anticipation of the cascading changes about to shake the very foundation of an empire on the brink of global colonization and industrialization. The question of what role women would play in this transformation came to the forefront.
Charlotte Brontë's female bildungsroman, Jane Eyre, attempts to spotlight many of the issues of the "woman question" facing this period and to draw a balance...
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An Analysis of Communism
Different forms of government have existed through the ages, including capitalism, monarchy, socialism, dictatorship, and theocracy. Communism is a government that developed in the early nineteen hundreds. The theory of communism is to create a government under which all people are equal. Communism hasn't achieved its goal to make all people equal.
The leaders of communist nations have shown an insatiable desire for power. They take what the workers produce and give back only what is necessary (Orwell 10). Purges took place in communist governments under the leadership of dictators such as Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong. Under Stalin's rule...
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The Death of Communism
The United States longest and bloodiest war was the Vietnam War, which was fought from 1959 until 1975.(Communist Manifesto 1) In this war 57,685 Americans were killed, and their were over 2 million Vietnamese deaths.(Communist Manifesto 3) One of the main causes of the war was a commonly held American belief called the Domino Theory. This theory stated that if the U.S. allowed one country to fall to communism, those around it would fall, and then those around it, eventually taking over the whole world. However, the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 allows to approach communism in a new light.
The Communist Manifesto has three sections. The first is an...