Polyvinylchloride Contraversy
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Polyvinylchloride (PVC) is a tough and rigid synthetic thermoplastic used extensively across the world. PVC remains unique among other thermoplastics owing to its high ability to withstand high temperatures. It has superior fire performance relative to other polymers. The synthesis of polyvinyl chloride is done using free-radical polymerization.
Sociological Discrimination in the United States
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The three pillars of white supremacy include the use of capitalism to justify slavery refers to the situation where being black means being a slave and that all black people are inherently slaves. Genocide and colonialism to justify genocide can be explained as the logic that all indigenous people must be made to disappear.
Criminological Theory: New Directions
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In “Chapter Nine: New Directions in Critical Theory” of Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences, Lilly, Cullen, and Ball explored the history, development, and existing status of “new criminology”. Post-modern thought rejects the absolute nature of truth and power because they are perceived as products of socially-accepted institutions.
The ethical issues faced by human resource professionals
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The conclusion from this study states that human resource management is an important function of business today. It is considered as a separate profession and specialization is offered by many business schools all over the world. Ethical codes that govern HR professionals are given by specific organization and no specific codes are present except employment laws.
The Power of Music
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There is no doubt that music has a great power. All the people like to listen to the music; it can bring different emotions even to the most unemotional personalities. People become musicians or try to make their efforts in using different musical instruments in order to find harmony between their soul and mind.
Impact of Music Education and Issues Stopping its Implementation
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To answer the first question, there is a lot of secondary research available. Many experts and researchers in the field have already addressed the issue. Some researchers have conducted studies that show that there is a link between music and brain functioning. “Mozart effect” is a result of one such study.
The Necklace by De Maupassant
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The author states that the question that how the necklace embodies this belief is ostensible as the protagonist has attached certain powers with the object that it can make her look beautiful and can help gain acceptance in the society. These are Mathilde’s perceptions and the fact that in the end the necklace turns out to be worthless.
Marketing a Blackberry Phone
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The researchers will use various famous platforms like Facebook, Orkut, and Twitter in order to advertise the phone. This is because Facebook and Orkut are the most widely used platforms of communication by the public. Daud states, “The most effecting marketing plans are those that are simple yet effective and easy to implement”.
Effects of Globalization
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The author states that the recent upsurge of the economy of China is one of the various effects of globalization which they started to develop in the last thirty years. Considered as one of the largest countries in the world, China has acknowledge the need to reform their economic policies.
The Sun Also Rises
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The author of the paper states that "The Sun Also Rises" is based on romance and pursuit for true love and happiness where the men are seen as victims of war, which makes them to be incomplete. The quest of the main characters is fruitful at the end despite the many trials and tribulations.
Conventional Vs. Organic Food
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The author explains that one of the dangers of feeding on conventional food is the accumulation of dangerous chemicals in the body. The chemicals used in inorganic fertilizers that are in turn used to bring up the conventional plants later on accumulate in our bodies after we feed on these foods.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Motives
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Acccording to the report Maslow’s thinks, that the basic need for human being is to get food and comfort and which has the highest priority, lack of these needs will jeopardize all other needs and can change people behaviour. The second set of needs is related to safety and enables a society to function properly.
Arguments about oral sex
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The only thing oral sex can be considered safe for is if the couple wish to avoid pregnancy (incase the couple in question is heterosexual) because the transmission of disease is not stopped if partners engage in oral sex. Diseases like Chlamydia, HPV, gonorrhea, herpes, hepatitis, and HIV can all be transmitted through the unsafe practice of oral sex. For all practical purposes, if the objective is to avoid disease then oral sex is no safer than anal or vaginal sex.
Salvador Dal's life
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The paper discovers the famous painter's life. Salvador Dali was treated differently and it would not be wrong to state that in quite a special manner which really did the trick in his strong build up of personality. His character was thus one to be talked about. His feelings with regards to his own self courtesy his brother’s eyes.
Food comparison
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The author went alphabetically, apples come first therefore it is better to discuss them before oranges. Other than being the name of a famous computer and related equipment manufacturer, apple is a fruit which grows on one of the most widely cultivated tree across the planet. The typical apple fruit is usually cultured to be sweet in taste.
Poetry Comparison the Poems of William Blake
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Despite this, poems such as “Infant Joy” in Songs of Innocence and “Infant Sorrow” in Songs of Experience can be seen to share many characteristics despite their vastly different perceptions.
Arts Complementing Each Other
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While the Amerindians are characters of a social milieu, the sculpture also falls within a similar one. The themes of both the music and the sculpture in general do not reflect realism but function as generic type of folk very similar in attitudes.
Should Americans Deport Illegal citizens
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Those who favor amnesty for illegal aliens do not seem to realize that a crime has been committed and not, as they might have you believe, one without a victim. The massive numbers of illegal aliens pouring across mainly the southern border has and continues to cause substantial economic, social and physical harms to legal citizens.
Axia College Material
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Nothing is vague or ambiguous about this essay as it lays down the bare facts as to how an obese person should go about losing weight and maintaining his health at the same time.
Applauding William Paterson Universitys Concert Performance
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When the cymbals are designated within the musical piece to represent majesty, percussion must maintain a stern posture as they clash the devices together. This particular concert performance had a very dignified cymbals player who represented, with body language and expression, the intention of the composition.
What Fuentes Thinks About Language
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How I Started to Write is one of the many essays written by Carlos Fuentes and it is a good example of how he uses language to convey his ideas simply and beautifully to the reader. As he begins his tale in a Dickensian manner speaking about his birth and going on to describe the events of his early life.
The Status Of Afro-Americans At The Turn Of The 20th Century
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The events and trends that signalled a change from the 1900's onwards was an increased impetus for community building for Afro-Americans : churches, businesses, schools, clubs and lodges (Kelley & Lewis 366). The Church in particular became an important part of Afro-American community life, and the focus for political activism and intellectual leadership that would proliferate over the coming decades.
Durkheim and sociology
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Constraints, which were defined as restrictions created by law and customs and to Durkheim, were created to deal with social demands being violated by man. Durkheim, in studying suicide engaged in comparative analysis of various social structures.
Huffman Trucking - Tools For Business
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According to the report The goal is to get the merchandise delivered on or before the schedule. And to see that the objective is met, one tool that can be used to evaluate, monitor and at the same time improve the quality and raise productivity of the business. The Global Positioning System can be used as a tool.
Teaching Turkish through Turkish novels
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To aim and objective of this paper is to teach the Turkish language by the use of Turkish novels. The use of novels arouse the student’s interests and he is willing to spend more time in reading the novel which translates to spending more time to learning the language.
Sexuality
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He is unconcerned about the natural or global issues. To him education seems like a far fetched pleasure and an unnecessary deviation from his daily routine.
Kierkegaard
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Kierkegaard’s self is more preoccupied with whether it is headed towards salvation or not; while the self of Descartes is primarily concerned with knowing an absolute, rational truth. Proving that it exists is in itself a step towards self-fulfillment, while in Kierkegaard this question does not really arise. Descartes’ self is also entirely rational and skeptic while Kierkegaard’s ideal stage of religion necessitates an irrational, faithful individual.
Fashion Istitute of Technology
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This paper discovers the Fashion Institute of Technology and Fashion Merchandising Management. I strongly believe that creativity combined with the right form of education would ensure a bright future to any artisan. I have had the opportunity to study art since my age of 8 and continued it up to my senior year in high school.
The Tale of Genji:Questions and Answers
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The Tale of Genji is a novel that was written by the world famous author Murasaki Shikibu and has greatly influenced some of the world’s best pieces of culture, literature and art in the East and West Canons.
Zulu African Tribe Views on Death and Afterlife
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This term paper analyzes one of the African inhabitants - the Zulu tribe, that came into prominence and power 300 years ago when one of its leaders reigned. Their culture and beliefs are described as well as their ancestral spirits by names like amalozi and amakhosi. Their God, as the male, that was considered as the maker of all humans is discussed.
Genocide Rwanda: When Victims Become Killers
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The genocide was a result of the struggle for power between the Tutsi and the Hutus. By the late nineteenth century, Tutsi, the minority, was a symbol of power while the Hutus, the majority, were the subjects. Ironically, the Tutsi were identified as an alien race whereas the Hutus the indigenous race.
Twelve Angry Men
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“Twelve Angry Men” is a film that falls under the genre of American drama film and was released in the year 1957. The film is also remarkable for the continuity and exclusive use of a single set. Also the film will leave a long lasting impression on the minds of its audience because of its outstanding opening scene.
Stages in the Model of Planned Organizational Change
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There are four main activities involved in the model of planned organizational change, which include entering, diagnosing, planning and implementing change, and evaluating and institutionalizing change. Let us discuss all of these activities in order to know what role they play in bringing change in any specific organization.
Qualitative Article Review
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Activities that enhance effective teaching mathematics and enhance mathematics self-efficancy among students from culturally and socially different back ground. Stevens et al attempted to evaluate activities that look at mathematics knowledge development for teaching and self-efficacy building. Stevens used the case study approach.
The History of Eye Shadow
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Instances of eye shadow use by heterosexual males are very rare in today’s society. From the time that it was first invented, eye shadow has continued to grow in popularity. Ancient people were limited in the amount of ingredients they could include in their cosmetic recipes.
Toyota Motor Corporation
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The company stands as the leader in the automobile industry followed by general motors and other car manufacturing industries.The company has its wings spread all over the world supplying cars. It makes about 40% of all vehicles in the world selling half in its domestic market and the rest international.
Connection Between the Fine Arts and the Sciences
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Where the study of the human brain is founded on meticulous care, an abstract painting that could seem so chaotic at first glance could also be regarded as the most sublime artistic creation. Though the very natures of the stereotypical connotation between these two important fields yield an instinctive conclusion that they can never be reconciled.
Marriage and Family
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Pets are not family members. People consider pets an essential component of the family because they are emotionally too attached to them, but this does not mean that they are really part of the family. Nature disallows organisms belonging to different species to interbreed, which clearly places the pets out of the human family.
Uneasiness Due to Less Commanding Novice Physical education teacher
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This essay discusses that the personal performance, experience, and capabilities of the teacher highly matters almost in each and every field of education. With no exception, the physical education class also depends upon the expertise level of the physical educator and the students find it easy to get a physical education from an experienced teacher.
Juvenile Delinquency
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This theory stipulates that crime occurs when an opportunity arises and when the reward is justifiable. In children lack of efficient monitoring will lead to the development of antisocial behaviors, thus delinquency develops in children when the parents and guardians capability to monitor the children is not sufficient.
Why I want to be an electrical engineer
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As a child grows up, he interacts with his environment; through this he acquires a lot of inspirations for good things. The most common kind of inspiration a person acquires comes from the people he or she admires, especially when the people are perceived to be doing well in the society.
Altmans Z-Score
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The values already gotten involve a combination of factors and weighing to obtain a credit zone of risk that is a measure of discriminative nature. The discriminative nature of the firms emanates from the failures and successes of other firms.
The Immaculate Conception with Saints Francis of Assisi and Anthony of Padua
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This essay concerns the painting "The Immaculate Conception with Saints Francis of Assisi and Anthony of Padua" by Giovanni Bennedetto. The painting itself was an inspired work of art that captured both saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Anthony of Padua in their elements; that is obedience, and humility. The Virgin Mary is also depicted as holy.
Statistical Test
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The data were collected based on the hypothesis that the only way to determine the true brand of a product is through taste and not just by looking at the appearance of the product. The assertion was made against the backdrop that there could be the imitation of packaging. One major form of data is organized, summarized and displayed below.
Adolescence
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In the Article, the writer focuses on the issue about self-esteem during the adolescence period. The writer begins the article with the description of different high-esteem families and low-esteem families. The writer further mentions that low-esteem in families can affect the relationships in a family thereby breeding violent family members. The writer discusses these so that he can indicate how family esteems can influence the self-esteem of an adolescent (Shpancer).
Classical Realism and Neo- Realism
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A number of theories have been given recognition in the international relations to create understanding of political concepts. The purpose of the international relations among countries is to provide peace dialogue opportunities in order to settle issues without ending up in wars. World War I and II taught a lesson to the states.
A Personal Manifesto on Success and Happiness
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Hard work is often needed to be able to provide for the necessities and some of the luxuries in life. Often a man learns more in work rather than in school. Though a person stays almost 2 decades of his existence studying books and theories, actual learning is acquired once he steps out of the academe.
The Rainbow Town
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Many people affected have either fled the country and might not be able to return to their home country. Countries that have survived civil wars struggle with their economy a majority of its citizens jobless and living in poverty. The struggle to rebuild the heart of the whole nation takes a long time.
Music is good
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This discussion talks that different individuals across various societies have different views and tastes over various kinds of music. Generally, music forms a critical component of societies with vast advantages and importance to particular individuals or societies. Music comprises one aspect of societal life that needs improvement and integration.
McDonaldization and Its Impact on Society
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To be able to further identify the changes it has caused in the present-day world, one must be able to understand McDonaldization. McDonaldization is a term coined by professor and sociologist George Ritzer in his book entitled, “McDonaldization of Society” in 1993.
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