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). The occurrence of
these symptoms must not be able be confused with a mixed state
(see description below), must impair the individual's ability to
function normally, and cannot be explained by the effects of a
substance (i.e. alcohol, hallucinogenics) or a medical condition
(i.e. hyperthyroidism) in order for the episode to be considered
Hypomanic episodes are similar but shorter and often less intense.
Behaviors include "increased productivity, often with unusual and
self imposed working hours," "uninhibited people seeking,"
"hypersexuality," "inappropriate laughing, joking, punning," and
"excessive involvement in pleasurable activities with lack of
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increase when taking whey protein concentrate/isolate throughout the day: “A 20-g dose of whey protein is sufficient for the maximal stimulation of postabsorptive rates of myofibrillar MPS in rested and exercised muscle of ∼80-kg resistance-trained, young men. A dose of whey protein >20-g stimulates amino acid oxidation and ureagenesis.” This same study concluded that no additional muscle protein synthesis was determined from taking only 10-g of whey protein, nor did taking over 20-g further increase muscle protein synthesis. (A typical meal also equals 20-g of protein). Whey protein powder consists of all essential amino acids, making it a viable option compared with BCAA supplements. The
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develops to prove to be true or false and this helps to alleviate the problem identified at the beginning of the study. The whole purpose is to find ways to fix the problem and make it better for all those involved.
Before research can actually be conducted, a person must identify why the study is being done. The way to do this is for the researcher to state why they want to conduct this study. The researcher describes the main reason for the study whether it is qualitative or quantitative. The qualitative study acknowledges the evolving nature of the research question while a quantitative study identifies the variable be investigated (Lodico, Spaulding, & Voegtle, 2010). Moreover, a
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One in five adults can identify with growing up with an alcoholic relative and Twenty-eight million Americans have one parent abusing or dependent on alcoholic (Walker, & Lee, 1998). There are devastating and ubiquitous effects of alcoholism, which vary from psychological, social, or biological problems for families. Counselor’s treating this problem all agree that the relationships within a family, especially between a parent and a child is one of the most influential within a system, but what are the effects on the family when a parent is an alcoholic? Contemporary research has found there is a higher prevalence of problems in the family when alcohol is the organizing principle. In
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Since the publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in 1997, J.K. Rowling’s best-selling series has become enormously popular, evidenced in part by its translation into more than seventy languages (Plunkett). As its popularity has increased, it has been held in correspondingly higher esteem until Harry Potter finally joined the likes of Peter Pan and Robin Hood, and Rowling’s series was unofficially labeled Children’s Literature. Due to this station, it is being treated more seriously and examined more analytically. This attention has illuminated allusions and patterns that impose additional layers of meaning onto the story. Harry Potter’s quest, detailed through seven books and
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retains the last of his romantic preoccupations in perceiving a spiritual element through the natural world, where nature is reflective of youth and beauty. The main way this is conveyed is through the swans, symbolising youth, vitality and freedom, the conflicting position to Yeats’s personal state.
Yeats conveys this through a reflective, sorrowful tone, as he first concentrates on his ageing as a fundamentally bleak position. The sense of bleakness is immediately conveyed through an autumn setting, with connotations of ageing and decline from the summer peak. Yeats draws connection between this change and his own state, where, now fifty-one, romance with Maud was never going to lead to
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Portable Computed Tomography (CT) studies are an important component used to manage, assess and diagnose CNS diseases, and acute brain injuries, in the Neuroscience ICU (NICU). The portable device is designed specifically for head and neck scans for critically ill patients that are at risk for complications and increased morbidity during intrahospital transportation. Research has found evidence which substantiates that intrahospital transport of patients with brain injuries can impact their outcomes. Many hospital protocols dictate the use of portable head CT (pHCT) scanners to monitor and assess critically ill patients in the NICU, to decrease negative patient outcomes from
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Graham’s Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine (Graham’s) is a monthly published literary periodical although it allots other fields including engravings, fashion, and music to a small portion. This magazine deals with variety of literary fields from short stories, poetry, and essays handle various tastes from belles-lettres to sentimental literature. During those periods, the contributors to the magazine, in addition to numerous writers who exist only in tarnishing paper, are included such canonical writers as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourney, James Fenimore Cooper, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, among others. Through its inclusiveness in genres and wide range of
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emphasis of restorative justice is to repair the community, offender, and victim. All too often offender’s history reveals a measure of past abuse or victimization. Victim assistance programs provide counseling, financial assistance for medical treatment, some funeral expenses, emergency shelter, including assistance with paperwork (Fayetteville State University, n.d.). Victim services immediate assignment of an advocate to provide professional assistance and specialized support during the most critical time.
The emotional state of victims is usually fear, shock, confusion, and anger. Seeking justice in this frame of mind can be overwhelming for some. Victims of rape or assault may
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Psychology of State-Sponsored Violence
State-sponsored violence has led to some of the most horrendous human right crimes such as genocide and torture. These crimes are often under the constant fire of debate as scholars try to reason as to why they occur. However, the debates of genocide and torture are not exclusively attributed to the fact that they occur, but also, as to why people participate in these acts to begin with. Contrary to popular belief the majority of participants in state-sponsored violence are often not radical extremists, but rather, ordinary people. In instances, such as the genocide in Rwanda, participants were average everyday people, often neighbors of the victims
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centers around the MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella combination) vaccine. The concern over the MMR vaccine began when “In 1998, Andrew Wakefield and colleagues published a paper in the journal “The Lancet”. Wakefield's hypothesis was that the MMR vaccine caused a series of events that include intestinal inflammation, entrance into the bloodstream of proteins harmful to the brain, and consequent development of autism” (“Vaccine Risks”). This caused widespread concern over the safety of the vaccine in Great Britain, so much so that “After its publication, rates of inoculation fell from 92% to below 80%” (Deer). To plainly state the effects of even this small drop of 12%, “official figures showed that
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mission a ‘new religious sect’ despite the fact that in reality, it was part a known denomination, the Apostolic Faith. The editorial further accused them of having a creed ‘that no sane mortal could understand’ as they practiced the ‘most fanatical rites’ and ‘worked their way into a state of mad excitement and zeal’. Vinson Synan concludes that the times saw the revivalists as ‘irreverent’. Other secular newspapers of the time continued to paint a disturbing image of the fanatical followers of the revival. The Los Angeles Herald portrayed the leaders of the mission as ignorant, on one occasion, mockingly citing a minister as having read from the ‘thuty-forth Chapte of Zekel’ [sic]. On
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"Faulty software can cost lives, cause injury, or economic damage. Write an essay to investigate the question, under which circumstances a software company should be liable for the damage caused. Use an example where software failures are potentially dangerous, such as that of the Prius's brake software. Discuss the difference between strict and negligent liability and comment on the social and economic impact stricter liability practices for software could have."
It is remarkable, that nowadays, we have complex software systems everywhere. We have them in our dishwashers, and in our wristwatches, though they are not quite so mission-critical. But sometimes, the human factor can be
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police officers who tortured a kidnapper into disclosing the location of his victim (554).” While I agree that torture was not an acceptable method for extracting a confession from Mr. Corey, or discovering terrorist information from the detainees at Guantanamo, I believe that legitimizing the use of torture in certain circumstances would lead to an improvement of our current state of affairs.
Accepting torture as a tool to save lives is not the same as accepting torture as a good thing. Instead, accepting torture is a last resort to prevent the loss of innocent life when no other options remain. Barbaric and cruel as it may be to intentionally cause pain to another human being, how much
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21st century. In 2002, the ACT organization announced a new corporate structure, comprised of “two divisions: Education and Workforce Development. The new governance structure consists of a 14-member Board of Directors, and the expanded advising structure retains the ACT State Organizations but now also includes two distinct Advisory Boards, one for each of the new divisions” (“ACT.org”) calling into question the company’s “non-profit” title. Adorning a corporate title, however, suggests that the role of the ACT organization and its purpose of standardized testing persist as an economic enterprise whose sole purpose is to create revenue.
The ACT organization relies heavily on economic and
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evaluation on the said area. This particular area would not be suitable for a housing development or for the construction of any institutional buildings.
Other alternatives of mitigating disasters in developing countries are to proportion or delegate responsibilities to particular persons/coordinating or planning managers to manage the development of such areas. One such example can be the management of a particular parish or state within the country, ensuring proper maintenance of gullies, housing development in the proper areas, the planting of trees and proper garbage disposal and recycling methods. An incentive can then be offered to any planning managers, whose state or parish is better
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Sociological Imagination vs. Common Sense
This essay will aim to explain differences between the sociological imagination and common sense. What the sociological imagination and common sense are and how they are at work in our society today. Using the area of educational achievement I will bring into this essay examples through research and findings from sociologists such as; Pierre Bourdieu, Culture Capital (1977), Bernstein-(1961)speech patterns’ and Paul Willis (1977)learning to labour, and use these examples as evidence to show how these would explain educational achievement in relation to the sociological imagination and common sense assumptions. I shall begin this essay by
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This case study focuses on a scenario describing the experience of Leon Smith, a fictional rookie correctional officer (CO) in a large jail in a Midwestern industrial city. Smith observed that the inmates in the jail were always talking about their criminal successes, and that many of them seemed eager (in a surreptitious way) to share intelligence information with CO’s. Rookie Smith was excited by the possibility of collecting intelligence in the jail and passing this on to law enforcement. Smith had ambitions of one day working in homicide investigations, and thought that sharing intelligence from the jail would both further his ambition, as well as a noble goal of helping law
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Language has been used as a means of communication among society members as time began. Each and every community has its own unique language, which is used to convey a certain message from the sender to the recipient. For a language to be appreciated as a means of communication among society members, it should be clear, simple to use and understandable among the users. There are approximately six thousand different languages, which are used in the whole world. Such languages are unique and distinct from each. Yagmur (2009) supports that; a language acts as a reflection or like a mirror of the society from which it originates. For instance, a language may portray the culture and origin of a
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From invitro fertilisation to autopsy, people’s lives in Australia are potentially subject to scrutiny. The extent to which details of a particular individual’s existence are on show depends not just on the person’s own decisions but also on the decisions of related others, private firms and the state as well as inadvertent access by technology. This essay examines several points in people’s lives where they are most likely to encounter the public gaze, either now or into the future. Specifically, these junctures are the Census, The 100 point ID system and the lens of telepanoramic digital photography.
Every five years, the Census provides a snapshot of Australian households. The data
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that a change in the law could undermine morale, disrupt unit cohesion and affect recruiting, especially at a time when the military is fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The polls from the public report a different side of the public’s view on the lifting the ban. San Francisco Chronicle reports, “Polls show solid public support for lifting the ban, which passed its 15-year anniversary July 19. An ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that 75 percent favor repeal, a number that has climbed steadily since the start of the Iraq war.” (Lochhead A1)
President Obama is tiring to get the ban lifted. The Washington Post reported on February 3rd 2010 that “President Obama said in his State of
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Motivation and Conflict Management
Organizations strive for creative ways to enhance employee motivation and resolve conflicts with the desire to have employees perform better within the workplace. To motivate one has to be motivated. Motivation within the workplace has to be constant and requiring a goal. Motivation, if not repeated will not last. Therefore, learning to determine how different organizations apply motivation theories to motivate employees, analyzing conflict management strategies and what approaches work best in different organizations will influence the success of an organization.
Motivation Theories and Organizational Behavior
Motivation is the concept of
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In Flannery O’Connor’s, “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” and Shirley Jackson's, “The Lottery,” both short stories deal with man’s inhumanity in different situations, and ending with a similar consequence.
Jackson and O'Connor both use two characters to depict man having the power to manipulate truth and objection into something people accept. In O’Connor’s’ A Good Man is Hard to Find, the Misfit is a character in need of desired assistance, troubled and confused he wanders savagely murdering strangers. On the opposite side of the ring, you have a seemingly traditional early 1900’s Caucasian senior citizen traveling with her family. Hasting to waste time, the grandmother drives her family
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carrying out hard labour. However after the American Revolution, imprisonment took a step back and there was another change. There was mass overcrowding within the prison service and although the death penalty was still being used it was a symbol of the power of the state. Therefore, an everyday way of dealing with offenders would be transportation to the colonies, being either Australia or America.
It was with the work of Beccaria and Bentham that saw a change in imprisonment. Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) insisted crime prevention was the only way punishment could be justified. He suggested that punishment produced more evil than good, when in fact the same amount of good could arise from a
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The purpose of this review is to summarise, analyse and synthesise two authors’ arguments. Maak and Pless (2009) in Business leaders as citizens of the world. Advancing humanism on a global scale and also Thomas (2010) in the Global moral compass for business leaders.
This papers reviews complex challenges facing the world and business leaders today. It describes how the worlds pressing problems can be resolved in other to make the environment a more sustainable place. Maak and Pless (2009) claims that it takes a responsible, global and cosmopolitan mindset to improve the values of humanity on a global scale. This is to say that liable global leader that can be depended upon and also
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pregnancy the mother started to experience complication. She was advised by the nurse and the medical team to remain on bed rest and relax. The patient confided in the nurse, that she was having trouble balancing her work life while being pregnant and became resentful when the pregnancy complication forced her into bed rest. She further confided to the nurse that she was not prepared to become a mother, but her husband expressed his wish to start family and she was trying to make him happy. She told the nurse that she was not enjoying her pregnancy but believed that she will learn to love her baby once it is born. She went on to state that she had not discussed her feelings with her husband
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is the fact that Huck and Jim could easily have crossed the Mississippi into Illinois, a free state, instead of sailing all the way down the river to Cairo. However, if this had been the storyline there would be no point to the book, as the characters would not have to face all the situations which shape their personalities later down the river. The choices of the characters do not diminish the realism in any way, and without the raft journey there would be no novel and no bonding between the pair. A third argument against the book is its constant portrayal of African-Americans as being inferior beings and uneducated. Twain writes on page 234 “’We blowed out a cylinder-head.’’Good gracious
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: free of charge to students, required to demonstrate adequate yearly progress on state standardized tests and status as public institutions. Charter schools are educational institutions that share common features with public schools and at the same time have key differences that make them unique.
Charter schools and public schools share a definition as public educational institutions; however, there remain key differences within this explanation. Charter schools are independent public educational institutions that have the freedom to operate within a specific educational focus, such as math and science or agriculture science. (WestEd, 2010) Within the context of this specific educational
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the opportunity to view the world through their eyes and see how life is for them. Perspective is what America need to become more accepting of other cultures. In the book The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, the main character struggles with trying to get the reader to understand what he is going through. He can tell you a story about the Vietnam War, but you will never fully experience what he did, nonetheless you will gain a number of insights on his perspective. That is why perspective is necessary to fully appreciate diversity. Perspective is a state of one’s ideas, something that is known to one person. Although you can never fully know what someone is thinking, you can have
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Human rights are those rights that has “recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law, Whereas it is essential to promote the development of friendly relations between nations, Whereas Member States have pledged themselves to achieve, in co-operation with the United Nations, the promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms, Whereas
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that initially gave her life.
Furthermore, very few founding fathers were atheists or Deists, but they did have a Christian world-and-life view and supported the foundation of Christianity upon which they built this nation (Kennedy 33). Many people portray Thomas Jefferson as one of these “atheists” for numerous reasons. He is accused of being “the guru of separation, the darling of liberal left, [and] the leader of the effort to eradicate Christianity from America,” (42). A popular belief states that “separation of church and state” originated from Jefferson in order to keep religion out of government, schools, and the public life of America. However, that concept does not exist
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Anton Chekhov was a Russian playwright who lived in the late 1800s. He wrote a comedy entitled The Bear, A Joke in One Act. This drama is about a man and woman who initially despise each other, but fall in love late in the play. Mrs. Popov is a widow who is unrealistically grieving over the loss of her husband. The leading male character in the play is Grigory Stepanovich Smirnov, a quick-tempered man who is looking to collect money that Mrs. Popov’s late husband owed him. Luka is Mrs. Popov’s footman, who also plays an important part in the play. Harrison Ford, Sandra Bullock, and Michael Caine would be great fits to play the three main characters of The Bear if the play were to be
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the negative aspects of legalization.
Marijuana is an emergent problem in the United States; the main reasons behind this problem are the extensive use of the drug and the federal government’s determination to put an end to the drug’s illegal sale and use. The government’s efforts to stop the use of marijuana inside the country have been ineffective and actually caused the problem to increase. Its efforts have only added on to an enormous national debt. Jeffrey Miron, a professor of Economics at the University of Harvard, estimates that the total expenditures of enforcing the ban of marijuana of local, state, and federal government combined to be 7.7 billion dollars in 2003. The U.S
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Water is a vital part for the function of organisms, as it is involved in the “energetics” of molecular interactions and conformational adaption of macromolecules in animal and plant cells, due to its structure, flexibility and several unique properties (Rand, 2004).
In an organism’s cell, various types of water are present. They are known as bound, hydration, vicinal and bulk water. 95% of watery body fluid is composed of bulk water, since they function as “space filling medium”, which supports life and creates an aqueous medium for cellular reactions (Watterson, 1987) .
Water as a “space filling medium”, also aid to assemble molecules, hence they can “achieve a configuration of lower
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CS Lewis was a Christian author who used his imagination to both entertain and inspire. The film 'The Chronicles of Narnia', produced by Mark Johnson and Philip Stuer, is a cinematic adaptation of the book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. The book is the first in a series of seven books Lewis wrote titled The Chronicles of Narnia. The movie has a very strong alignment with the Bible, some of the ways this is conveyed are: through the use of plot, set design, symbolism, characters and the way the characters represent biblical figures through their role and appearance in the movie. This can be proved by looking at the script and exploring the similarities between the movie and biblical
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To be criminally liable of any crime in the UK, a jury has to prove beyond reasonable doubt, that the defendant committed the Actus Reus and the Mens Rea. The Actus Reus is the physical element of the crime; it is Latin for ‘guilty act’. The defendant’s act must be voluntary, for criminal liability to be proven. The Mens Rea is Latin for guilty mind; it is the most difficult to prove of the two. To be pronounced guilty of a crime, the Mens Rea requires that the defendant planned, his or her actions before enacting them. There are two types of Mens Rea; direct intention and oblique intention. Direct intention ‘corresponds with everyday definition of intention, and applies where the accused
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Mistreatment of Commercial Farm Animals
America’s habitual complacency coexists with its lack of inquisitiveness. People used to know where their food came from because they asked. They knew the country, state, and most likely the farm as well. Currently, society is so far removed from the entire food process that their knowledge of its origin is limited to the grocery store it came from. This disconnection not only creates a lack of appreciation for the source, but a lack of interest in conditions, treatment, and final product too. People’s common “ignorance is bliss” attitude has led to animals’ torturous inhumane treatment, slaughter, and conditions. They are also pumped full of a
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Increased expectations from society and demands to attract, satisfy and retain customers have made it strategically vital for companies to adopt practices and create products that strive to protect the natural environment. (Dangelico and Pujari 2010)
This review of Bansal and Roth (2000) and Dangelico and Pujari (2010) aims to advance our understanding on the motives surrounding why companies choose to go green, different types of green products and challenges facing companies that integrate environmental (green) sustainability in product innovation.
In these studies, Bansal and Roth (2000) and Dangelico and Pujari (2010) apply theoretical sampling of 53 various firms in UK and Japan and
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The purpose of this review is to summarise, analyse and synthesise two authors’ arguments. Maak and Pless (2009) in Business leaders as citizens of the world. Advancing humanism on a global scale and Thomas (2010) in the Global moral compass for business leaders.
This paper reviews complex challenges facing the world and business leaders today. It describes how the worlds pressing problems can be resolved in other to make the environment a more sustainable place. Maak and Pless (2009) claims that it takes a responsible, global and cosmopolitan mindset to improve the values of humanity on a global scale. This is to say that the world needs a global leader that can be depended upon by taking
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smokers made a positive change in smoking behavior (Cantrell, 2008).
Institutionalize surveillance system to monitor concerns regarding the prevalence, policies, and other factors affecting tobacco use. Surveillance tools such as FCTC reporting instrument, Global Tobacco Control Report, and the Global Tobacco Surveillance System (includes GYTS and GATS) should be done regularly/periodically. Statistics on tobacco use can be a powerful instrument for getting the attention of policymakers and the public regarding the state of health of the nation. Translate surveillance results into appropriate policy and program actions.
Intensifying health promotion and increase public
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“Play is developmentally appropriate for primary-age children and can provide them with opportunities that enrich the learning experience” (Copple & Bredekamp 2009). Early childhood education holds two main focuses; a child-based focus and a family-based focus. Early childhood education has positive outcomes on the child through their learning experiences, and their growth and development. Based on the family, the results of early education happen through the communication that the family has with the educators and by the encouragement they get from within themselves, and also from the educators.
Children learn most of what they know through play. There are many ways in which a child
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"Their throats are open graves; their tongues practice deceit” (Romans 3:13). Snakes have been a universal symbol of fraud in literature since “The Fall,” when God transformed Satan into a beguiling snake and “[c]ursed” Satan to slide “on [his] belly” for all eternity for his deception (Alter 41). Dante uses snakes in his epic poem, the Inferno, to tie the fraudulent nature of thieves to their punishment in the seventh bolgia of the eighth circle of Hell. Snakes have metaphorically slithered through time and shed, taking on new appearances as deceivers in society. In 2005, they revealed a new face, Olatunji Oluwatosin, an identity thief. From his base in Los Angeles, Olatunji Oluwatosin
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Wetland soils are extremely varied. They are found from the tropics to the subarctic. They can be seasonal or year-round, freshwater or saltwater, organic or mineral. The one thing that all of them have in common is that for at least part of the year they are saturated with water. This saturation has a significant impact on the soil's physics, chemistry, and biota. However, over the past century more than half of all the wetlands in the United States has been drained for agriculture and other uses such as construction. When the soils are drained the physics, chemistry, and biota are drastically changed. This paper is an attempt to describe the changes in artificially drained soils and to
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the notion that Stoker “sought to project a considerable variety of fears regarding the state of England and the English themselves onto the figure of the immigrant ‘foreigner’...whose origin is not clearly defined” (9). In effect, the reason that Dracula elicits a feeling of fear from the reader is that we do not understand where he comes from. As he is lacking an origin, other than the vague fact that he claims to be a “Szekely” descended from Attila the Hun, Stoker places Dracula in a position –to prey upon our fears (Stoker 27-28).
From a geographical context, Dracula’s place of residence is the embodiment of “outsider”, especially to Jonathon Harker. Dracula himself states that “Here I
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tragedy for both North Korea and South Korea. Most of the roads, railways and other infrastructures were totally destroyed and most of the towns and cities were in destruction. Nowadays, South Korea is getting improved and developed in a variety of ways. However, North Korea is known as “the most hardline communist state in the world” and the majority of its population lives in poverty and has no rights of freedom. On the other hand, The Battle of Stalingrad remains the bloodiest battle in World War II; a long, bloody battle that consequently caused big losses for both sides and determined the ending of the Wehrmacht in the East. With such destructions and impacts on the civilian population, the
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Freedom of religion: A great example of freedom of religion is that fact that central government or the state that someone might live in, cannot impose a said religion or prosecute for worshiping the religion of choice of an individual.
Freedom of speech: The freedom to speak freely and without censorship and limitation. A great example of this would be a talk radio, where people call in to voice opinion on real time political controversy.
Right to assembly: The right to form groups, to organize and to assemble together to address issues of a common goal. The ability to organize is an important means by which citizens can influence their governments and leaders (“Freedom of assembly and
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previous bearer of the Ring, and he desperately wanted it back. But in the end, as I stated above, Gollum was useful in destroying the Ring. Sam is not really a foil to Frodo, but rather a stabilizing character because he balances out Frodo’s downhearted attitude at times. Because Frodo was carrying the Ring, he progressed into a darker, melancholy state as the story continued. Sam was a balance to that, and at times, he adds comic relief to the story. An example of this is when Sam and Frodo were near the end of their journey in Mordor. Mary Bowman explores this scenario when she expresses, “Frodo actually laughs—in a place where laughter is seldom heard—and tells Sam, ‘to hear you makes me as
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The idea of heritage and tradition in the modern world has become an idea of importance to both the indigenous peoples and the descendants of the European colonists who attempted to Westernize the lands they discovered and the people in them. This idea has taken numerous forms in recent years and not-so-recent years. One form it has been examined in is the literary short story. Thomas King’s “One Good Story, That One” and Chinua Achebe’s “Dead Men’s Path” use characters and conflict to make a statement about the loss of tradition and heritage in order to demonstrate the effect of colonialism on indigenous people and their culture.
The representatives of colonialism in these stories are
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unacceptable feelings. If dreams are symbolic they could be understood any way you wish while on the other hand, others state dreams hide nothing.
While you dream you file away your important memories and new skills. You also dispose useless information from your day. Sleep deprivation has affected many people and have resulted in impaired speech, memory lost, and problem solving skills. If you don’t get decent night of sleep after you learn new materials, you won’t incorporate it efficiently into your memories.
We dream to develop and preserve neural pathways. A neural pathway attaches one part of the nervous system with another and typically consisted of bundles of elongated myelin
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whom are completely neutral or believe in the beliefs of the first or second group but not down to the word. Possible if they believe the child should get birthrights but not the parents, only the child and mother should get them, or if they believe that they should get them but still have to work through the proper process to receive them to their full extent. The effects that “anchor babies” have on society are characterized by how it has changed, how it is misinterpreted, what it takes away from the citizens today, how the supreme court is responding to the effect, and how we as United State citizens can change the outcome of the effect.
“All persons born or naturalized in the United