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...book is written by Robert D. Kaplan on his tour around the Indian Ocean comparing the powers of the United States against the powers of China’s growing power. This paper is an analyzed summary of the book. Book summary The author, Kaplan, takes us on a tour specifically around the Indian Ocean. The book discourses on geography, history and strategy. The author strives at providing his American with a map, one centered on “the Greater Indian Ocean” as he calls it. Mostly, maps tend to reveal much about the people who draw them than they reveal about what they are purported to represent. Mercator projections typically hanged... Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power. Introduction The...
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...book review of American Indian Nations from Termination to Restoration, 1953-2006 Book Summary In “AmericanIndian Nations from Termination to Restoration, 1953-2006”, Roberta Ulrich narrates about termination and restoration of Native American tribes by the USA government. The government program was labeled “termination” because it was supposed to “free” the Indians from the restrictions of the government and improve their life quality. However, instead of improving the natives’ life, it led them deeper into poverty. Moreover, it distorted the people’s sense of native identity. The topics covered in the book are illustrated through different events mentioned in different chapters... . For...
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...book’s title symbolizes these families’ lives and it revolves around major themes like industrialization and unionism. The story focuses on the Kracha’s life (from the first generation) after migrating from Austria- Hungary to US in search of job and change of lifestyle. He is counseled to go to White Haven where he would meet Andrej Sedlar, his brother in law... Insert Insert of supervisor Insert of Insert assignment is due Out of the furnace Out of the furnace by Thomas bellis a story of a slovak’s family that consists three generations (Slovak and Rusyn) migrating from hungry and the tribulations they get in the course of the migration. The setting is at a place in Braddock, Pennsylvania .The book’s...
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...book authored by Sunil Bhatia, explores how the Indian immigrants living in United States have been constructing their identity. The book entails critic analysis of existing theories that have attempted to explain how immigrants in a diverse society like in U.S. construct their identity. Bhatia argues that there is need for adequate psychological analysis of how transnational migration has affected issues of identity. Bhatia studies the middle class Indians, who comprises of Professional Indians, and have migrated and settled in United States. His work... Review of American Karma: Race, Culture, and Identity in the India Diaspora American Karma: Race, Culture, and Identity in the India Diaspora, a book...
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...book authored by Sunil Bhatia, explores how the Indian immigrants living in United States have been constructing their identity. The book entails critic analysis of existing theories that have attempted to explain how immigrants in a diverse society like in U.S. construct their identity. Bhatia argues that there is need for adequate psychological analysis of how transnational migration has affected issues of identity. Bhatia studies the middle class Indians, who comprises of Professional Indians, and have migrated and settled in United States. His work... Review of American Karma: Race, Culture, and Identity in the India Diaspora American Karma: Race, Culture, and Identity in the India Diaspora, a book...
Civil Rights Movement- The Book "March: Book One"
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...Book review: March: Book One by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin The book by March: Book One by John Lewis covers issues associated with non-violent movements such as the Washington march and other non-violent movements that took place in America. Lewis approaches nonviolent movement using a personal approach that ensures that the readers are able to understand his personal contribution towards the movements and the civil right actions across America. The focus of the book covers prominent movements such as the Montgomery bus boycott the influence of Martin...
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...Summary of “A Field Guide to Sprawl” Summary of “A Field Guide to Sprawl” Today, many property developers and designers have developed unconventional words to account for property development activities. Terms such as “ruburb,” “tower farm,” and “big box” are widely used by property developers to describe the physical aspects of sprawl (Hayden 2006). A spread-out individual would find it hard to define sprawl in urban settings today. As a result, Hayden engages the significance of these terms to expound on prevalent building patterns. In the process, the book depicts the visual culture of sprawl. To do this, the book includes seventy-five striking and colored aerial images that illustrate... ...
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...Book Summary and Critique: “It’s Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life” Summary The book written by Lance Armstrong and Sally Jenkins is a story about the struggles of Lance Armstrong, a professional cyclist, who, at his prime age, was diagnosed with testicular cancer but has survived and has won various international prestigious racing competitions. Armstrong begun to proffer a glimpse of his life prior to the diagnosis of the cancer and after having triumphed over it. His personal strengths in physical attributes, emotional character and mind set were detailed in preparation for the events of facing the Big C....
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...Summary The focal point of Chapter is how the presidential election comprises the main focus of American politics. In fact, the turnoutfor presidential elections far surpasses the turnout for any other American political function. It is not only the main presidential election that wins the focus of American eyes, but the continuous four-year process that comprises it. Perhaps it is the unsurpassed drama and focus on such opinionated viewpoints and events that surround a presidential election that captures the interest of almost every American. Chapter 1 covers a variety of points, but mostly contains an overview of the rest of the book. The topics in Chapter 1 include the following... Chapter Summary ...
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...Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Genesis (bold) (space) The book of Genesis is largely narrative material. Some key themes and events include God as the creator and sustainer of his creation demonstrated through the accounts of the creation week, the fall of man, the flood, and Patriarchal History, including Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. After Adam and Eve sinned and ushered the era of sin and death into the world, men continued to become increasingly sinful. Eventually, God became so angry he completely destroyed mankind with a world-wide flood. However, He spared a remnant: Noah and his family. God...
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...Book Summary Chapter Three: The significance of film form: In this chapter, the that the human experience of works of art is patterned and structured. Form is essential in any work of art because this is what the human mind craves. An artwork does not merely comprise random elements; rather they are organized into a system of elements that depend upon and affect each other. The authors clarify that when they are referring to form, they mean the overall system of relations that enables the perception of elements in the film. Form is not the opposite of content, it comprises the entire system the viewer attributes to the film. Form creates expectations...
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...book not because it gives information about life in concentration camps or because it chronicles the stories of kind guards and unkind prisoners. It is interesting because it provides the reader information about individuals can find reasons to live even in the darkest of circumstances and this leads to the idea that no matter how bleak the circumstances may be, there is always hope and a reason to live in the meaning of life. While it has been an influential book for many people and groups, it brings special meaning to the field of nursing since it gives ideas which can be used to establish therapeutic healing relationships... Search for Meaning Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning is an interesting book...
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...book The Other Wes Moore is the stories of twomen with similar backgrounds and life choices who happen to share the same name and are both from the same area. However, there are big differences in the ways the mens lives turned out based off the decisions they made and other similar things. A large part of the appeal of the book is because it suggests that their own decisions are not the only things that led them to different results but the way the communities around them responded to their need for help or did not respond. By doing this it makes us think about the problems of society, like poverty and racism. Wes Moore... YOUR December The Other Wes Moore and Urban African-American Youth The book...
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...book Christian Theology is written by Millard J. Erickson. He has also penned several other books on similar topics. It starts off with a preface which acts like an introduction to the book, lets the reader know what to expect in the rest of the book. Also, it talks about the writer’s view on Christianity. The book itself is divided into twelve parts, which are further partitioned into more chapters, thus making sure that the readers get the most amount of information out of the book in every related topic. It ends with a conclusion and sums up the contents of the book for the reader. The first section is titled ‘Studying God’ and has six parts... , this part deals with the study of the Bible...
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...Book 2 Chapter Analysis “A farewell to arms” by Ernest Hemingway, is story about henry, a young American student, who moves to Italy for further studies , joins army and changes from living a cheap life to a noble one. In a pessimistic mood, Ernest describes Henry’s life encounters and interactions in five books. Book two begins on chapter thirteen. Henry has been transferred to a new hospital. Upon arriving at Milan, an American hospital, he feels misplaced and does not cope well with the new hosts. The first host Mrs. Walker is described as being too submissive. The next morning henry meets the second nurse, the young Miss Gage. Miss van Campen... due A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway:...
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...Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Matthew The book of Matthew is one of the four books in the gospel genre, The word gospel means the “good news” of the coming of Christ, and this gospel starts with the genealogy of the family into which Jesus was born. The main theme of book is the teaching and miracles of Jesus from the time when he was a child listening to the scribes and Pharisees in the temple, to the time when he was crucified and rose again on the third day. A very famous section contains the sayings of Jesus called the Beatitudes, which describe different people who are blessed by God. Jesus is the main personality in the book, and the twelve disciples play also... an...
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...Summary A finance executive by the Andy Hanson is in need of money to cover the embezzled funds from his employer. He had stolen the funds to pay for drugs. He needs the money because an upcoming audit might expose his crime. His brother Hank is in dire need of money in order to support his child otherwise; his ex-wife will kick him out of his own daughter’s life. Andy plans to steal from his parents’ general store which Hank agrees to. Andy says that it is risky for him to go by himself because he has been in the neighborhood recently, thus the people might recognize him. They conclude that the only person who could be in the store is the old woman working... Before the Devil Knows Youre Dead: Summary...
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...Summary the al chemist book The book is a story about Santiago, a young shepherd boy and his quest for fortune, as the story takes the reader, alternately between Spain and Egypt. As the young boy has many mental obstacles, which he needs smashing, his first challenge is to move beyond the thinking of others, who have told him, since childhood, that his dreams would never be realized. In fact this has created a substantial fear in his mind. Therefore, the story is about Santiago’s necessity to realize that many people who love him will not come in his way of pursuing his dreams. While he has to understand the importance of realizing his...
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...Summary of a Book Chapter Summary of a Book Chapter The presentation provided in this chapter focuses on three crucial debates of the International Political Economy (IPE). The first debate concerns the existing relationship between economics and politics. The second debate is on the development and underdevelopment regarding the developing nations. Finally, the last debate concerns nature as well as the extent of economic globalization. The concern with the relationship between economics and politics debates on the US hegemonic stability. It is essential to point that the debate concerns the need to establish a liberal...
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...Summary The novel ‘Whiteout: The CIA, Drug and the Press’ is an eye-opening, detailed research that puts forth some extremely incriminating evidences against the CIA and their involvement with a vast drug trafficking network. The book is authored by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair, who use their journalistic style to unravel the conspiracy that has expanded drug and opium trade in not only the streets of Los Angeles but different parts of the world as well, most notably Burma, China, Laos and Vietnam. The most unfortunate aspect of this heinous trade is the lack of media coverage and the unbearable silence of the press over these matters, which further intensifies the questions... ? s Whiteout:...
Critical Book Review on Red China Blues: My Long March from Mao to Now
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...Book Review Published in 1997, the Red China Blues: My Long March from Mao to Now is a must-read book for anyone who wishes to have a deeper understanding of Chinese culture, the government and its policies. It is an account of Jan Wong’s own struggle in understanding her ancestry and a commentary to changing societal, political and economic climate in China. Deeply affected by the shootings at Kent State University, Jan Wong had decided that the Western society was corrupt and was oppressive to women. She thought that Communism, particularly Maoism, was the answer to the society’s ills. She decided to move to China to study and renew her ties with her native... number] Red China Blues: A Critical Book ...
!RESPONSE PAPER! for The Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (This is an book)
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...Mr. Hyde is a tribute to the creative genius of the writer (59). The story has a theme, which is not only exceptional and unheard of, but also the one which is difficult to imagine and think about. It is really interesting to read a story where a single character comprises of two characters. The one is a gentleman while the other is evil. John Mason Brown in the book As they Appear says that The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a work of literature, which on the one side succeeds in scaring its readers, while on the other side it stimulates them to think (35). When the readers come across the demon hiding in a decent person like Dr... of the of the Concerned English Literature The Strange...
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...Summary Chapter 4 Summary Chapter 4 The of Chapter 4 is “Criminal or Crusaders?” and in this chapter the describes different kinds of terrorists and the terrorists that are operational in the 21st century. The author divides terrorists into three types including the criminals who operate in order to gain personal benefits and are ready to negotiate and they fear death (Combs, 2012, p.55). The second types are crusaders who operate due to a higher religious cause and do not negotiate and have no fear of death. The third types are regarded as crazy who terrorize others for personal gains but their motives are hard to identify and this makes it difficult to...
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...summary, the nature of the theoretical challenge to IR modeled by the four issues depends on an individual’s assessment of what is at stake.... Issues in Contemporary International Relations Critical Issues in Contemporary International Relations Terrorism refers to unlawful or threatened use of violence against citizens to achieve political, religious or related objectives. On the other hand, International terrorism involves extremism against the territory or the citizens of more than one country. Notably, the 11 September 2001 attacks in New York, Washington, and later attacks in other places exhibit this issue. Several approaches provide useful insights towards the analysis of international...
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson Book Report
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...Mr. Hyde the main character is a divided personality that eventually transforms completely into something else. Dr. Jekyll is a scientist experimenting on a way to separate the dark side of his nature from the light as a means of escaping some of his feelings of guilt for not always adhering to the strict decorous rules of his society. It is his thought that if he can release the dark side in this way, he can help cure society of its evil nature. His primary personality is characterized by refinement, curiosity, and altruism, all of which he loses by the end of the story as he transforms into Mr. Hyde... Dr. Jekyll’s Transformation In Robert Louis Stevensons story The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr....
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...Summary One can say that this book is some sort of a travelogue, bringing the reader - especially the uninitiated - down the interesting journey of a hippie during a tumultuous but easy and simple seven-year sojourn that depicted what it was like for most hippies back in the 60s and 70s. Robert Roskind was writing based from personal experience. So his narrative was a retelling of the road trips and the communal lifestyle and mindset that pervaded the counterculture movement. He detailed the activities and perspectives that marked the hippie culture: the drug use, the challenges with dealing with parents, generation gap and the attitude... Memoirs of an Ex-Hippie: Seven Years in the Counterculture:...
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...Summary over a Book – “Dibs in Search of Self” by Virginia M. Axline This book is a struggle of an individual in order to grab control of their life. The emphasis has been put on the power of conversations as well as actions on the human beings’ emotional well-being. This is because the human being goes through the self concept developing phase early on when s/he is young and does not have an idea about the different nuances of life. The conversations that one has at one point in time can alter the course of life in more ways than one. The main character is only five years of age and people would generally take the child as a mentally retarded soul which is simply... not the case. However,...
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...book which made its author J.K. Rowling an instant billionaire was also adapted into 8 films to the delight of its fans who were only too thrilled to see the “magic” come to life on the big screen. The last in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has 759 pages and was released in 2007. (Bias and DeBarros) It was much anticipated it broke book sales by selling 8.3 million copies in the United States... your first and (your teacher’s Harry Potter: The Final Battle Since its appearance on bookstands in June 1997, the story of the little boy wizard who was orphaned while still a baby has become one of the most popular and most loved literary works in this generation. The 7-part book...
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...summary of McCloud chapter Chapter two of Scott McClouds Understanding Comics talks in general terms about the vocabulary used to describe comics and how to draw them. A lot of the discussion tries to explain the importance of icons in comics and real life, and how, as McCloud says, we "assign identities and emotions where none exist, and make the world over in our image" (33). By this, McCloud means that humans tend to see faces where there are none, and this is why we are so successful at seeing emotion in simplified faces like those used in comics. One thing that is particularly interesting about this is McCloud puts our understanding on a sort of triangle, where comics creators can... 150-word...
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...Summary about the book ‘Mayflower’ Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War is a story of the voyage of the Mayflower that lasted for about sixty-five days and the events that took place decades later. The story begins with a description of the expedition of the Mayflower that set sail in September 1620 and reached its destination by the end of November of that same year. Nathaniel Philbrick recognized the voyage of the Mayflower as one of the major events that led to the start of the United States of America. The story talks about how the United States of America walked its way into the top of the western hemisphere and settled in a country that has become the most... of Lecturer 25 February...
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...Summary of Chapter 6: THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE HABSBURG EMPIRE A lot of European history are of the view that the Habsburg Monarchy was already on the verge of collapsing between the years 1867 and 1914. The First World War merely served to exacerbate the situation. Everyone who was a part of the Monarchy was seeking a republic at this time, and they were averse to see the Monarchy collapse. The most vehement dissidents were the German nationalists, led by von Schonar, who wanted Austria’s Germans to secede and amalgamate with the German Empire of the Hohenzoclners. Defeat in the war led to the break-up of the Monarchy, and this was unforeseen even until the summer of 1918 (Sked, 1989... ...
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...book. Kluger described that the stock market is basically very similar to a school of fish in that the behavior of stock owners is usually influenced from one to another. As one stock owner sells due to his tips, analyses, or gut feelings, many people follow suit because it appears to be the right thing to do. Other scientists, such and Blake LeBaron have a complex formula to describe stock behaviors that is very difficult to understand. This simple exercise emphasizes the difficulty in a single event to understand what is complex and simple. Kluger explains that the Sante Fe Institute is a think-tank designed for scientists to determine what defines simplicity... Teacher Information 30 September...
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...books on leadership. Leadership is a very diverse context and Blanchard in this book gave it a completely new dimension. He was not just an amazing teacher but also an amazing teacher who highlighted the dynamics of great leadership. To set a role model for his book, Blanchard & Hodges chose Jesus Christ who is the perfect example for a book of this sort. Initially his vision was quite different about leadership but once he wrote this book his perception over the concept... servant leaders. Servant leader is different from self-serving one. The basic difference lies in that a servant leader lives to serves people and the self-served one only lives to be served by others. In...
"The Reason I Jump" Book Summary
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...book “The reason I jump” ed by Naoki Higashida is a book that is very unique from different perspectives and angles. Its significance can be drawn on multiple accounts. It is helpful with regard to allowing the understanding and good relationship building between the elders and the young ones who are driven by the ideas of autism. The story follows the life events and the manner of thinking of a thirteen year old child who is motivated by the ideas of autism. The questions such as why do the people with such trait of personality depict a character and expressive way that is often termed as weird and high in pitch, another question asked is why does one feel the need to put things in place... The book...
comic book pages summary WEEK 2
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...book dealt with the really interesting idea of what McCloud calls closure, or "the phenomenon of observing the parts but perceiving the whole" (137). McCloud describes how this happens in a number of different media like television and movies as well as comic books. In essence, what he means by closure is the idea that our human brains are really good at figuring out what should have happened to get something to a certain point, or what is going to happen after we see only a part of an event, or that we can supply missing information in the space between two pictures and see them as motion. The most relevant example for comics is what McCloud calls the gutter, or the "space... This chapter of the book ...
Book report about 'In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in the Congo'
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...Book report: In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in the Congo Generally, dictatorship is considered as the end resultof internal insurgencies and related problems within national context. The work named as In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in the Congo, Michela Wrong deals with the problems faced by the people of Congo during the despotic rule of Mobutu. Thesis statement: In the work In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in the Congo, Michela Wrong tries to expose the effect of Mobutu’s despotic rule on the mainstream society of Congo, which can...
Reaction and Summary Over a Book
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...Summary over a Book – “Dibs in Search of Self” by Virginia M. Axline This book is a struggle of an individual in order to grab control of their life. The emphasis has been put on the power of conversations as well as actions on the human beings’ emotional well-being. This is because the human being goes through the self concept developing phase early on when s/he is young and does not have an idea about the different nuances of life. The conversations that one has at one point in time can alter the course of life in more ways than one. The main character is only five years of age and people would generally take the child as a mentally retarded soul which is simply... not the case. However,...
summary for Collapse of Western Civilization book
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...Summary Analysis of The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future The literary summary aims at studying thefuture climate, through climate fiction inspiration. The book, The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future, is authored by two individuals. The authors are; Naomi Oreskes and Erick Conway. The two authors are adequately known in literary circles, due to their effective 2010 non-fiction work on the development of climate change denial titled Merchant of Doubt. The 2010 literary work shows how several superfluous contrarian scientists enhanced the interests and benefits of tobacco companies, and also fossil fuel sector in enhancing public denial... the...
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...summary of a Call of the Wild by Jack London Chapter starts with Buck in his master’s, Judge Miller’s, home and an acquaintance, Manuel, later steals him and sells him to a stranger. He is transported from Santa Clara Valley in California to Seattle. A Canadian, Perrault, travelling with his companion, Francois, buys Buck and transports him by sea to the North (London 15). Chapter 2 narrates Bucks first encounter with the North hauling a sled on snow transporting loads. It is here that he makes an enemy, Spitz (London 21). In chapter three, Buck acclimatizes to life in the wilderness and he asserts his superiority by killing Spitz, the lead dog (London 30). In chapter...
Mr Cod
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...Summary 02 3.0 The Trend 04 4.0 PESTEL Analysis 07 4.1 Political Trend 07 4.2 Environmental Trend 09 4.3 Social Trend 10 4.4 Economic Trend 13 4.5 Legislative Trend 14 5.0 Porter's Five Forces 15 6.0 Recommendation 17 7.0 Conclusion 18 8.0 References 20 1.0 Introduction Mr Cod is UK's leading fast food take-away and restaurant business specialising in fish and chicken. The story of Mr Cod began sometime in 1979, when it opened its first UK outlet near London. Since... The market-leader in the UK fast food industry Table of Content Serial Number and Topic Head Page Number 0 Introduction 02 2.0 Executive...
BOOK REVIEW : THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
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...book. I would also recommend the book to someone else. It is interesting to see how a person would be passionate about his country. In the course of my reading, I realize Franklin’s effort to form a militia for the defense of the country. He warns General Braddock against marching to Iroquois state to counter the French, as he wanted to save his people (Franklin, 2006). In the Revolutionary war, Franklin is almost sure of the mistrust of the British in the American armed forces. This explains his love for his motherland... ? Book Review: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Book Review: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin 0. Introduction An exemplary memoir in the American’s History, Benjamin...
comic book pages summary WEEK 2
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...book dealt with the really interesting idea of what McCloud calls closure, or "the phenomenon of observing the parts but perceiving the whole" (137). McCloud describes how this happens in a number of different media like television and movies as well as comic books. In essence, what he means by closure is the idea that our human brains are really good at figuring out what should have happened to get something to a certain point, or what is going to happen after we see only a part of an event, or that we can supply missing information in the space between two pictures and see them as motion. The most relevant example for comics is what McCloud calls the...
MR Angiography
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...MR Angiography with Existing Modalities in the Initial Diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Disease. A Critical Review Huegli, Aschwanden, Bongartz, Jaeger, et.al. (2006). Intraarterial MR Angiography and DSA in Patients with Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease: Prospective Comparison. Radiology 239(3). 901 The general purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of MR against the standard which is DSA in determining patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease. The knowledge is available through studies that have been done and this study will be used to compare to those. The outcomes are realistic and there are studies that support the outcomes One that is an example... ...
Mr. Green
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...Mr. Green" Butler uses relationship between a grandfather and his grandchild (Narrator) to develop sexual discrimination of Vietnamese traditional religion. The novel’s narrator "Mr. Green" is a female Catholic, who believes that men and women should be equal. However, her grandfather, a Confucius believer, looks at males as more valuable than their female counterparts. "When my grandfather told me about the birds plucking out the eyes of the dead and about the possibility of our own ancestors, our own family, suffering just like that if we ignore them, I said: Dont worry, Grandfather, I will always say prayers for you and make offerings for you, even if Im a Catholic... EWRT 2 WEIYUAN FENG 10/17 In "Mr. ...
Trial book-Advocacy
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...March 8, 2012 at which I was present.1 In order to protect the right to confidentiality of those involved in the proceedings, their names had been changed. I also had a brief chance to examine the court documents, which were provided to me by the prosecution counsel during the trial. During the trial I had taken some notes which were used for this Trial Book and had also integrated some of my ideas in it to provide it a proper structure and form... ?Acknowledgement Through this acknowledgement, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to -----who have been associated with this trial book andhave helped me with it and made it a worthwhile experience, I extend my thanks to various people in the court...
Write a prcis (a summary and a critical analysis) ofJoanna Pachner, Canada Takes On the World, Canadian Business 85 (4), March 19, 2012: 20-
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...Summary According to McClearn Canada was built using money obtained through the foreign investors. British investors financed the building of railways, buildings, canals and most of the infrastructures while American Industrialist was responsible of building most industries and manufacturing plants. Over the past, Canada has always been open and allowed foreign companies to invest. Around February, the Canadian prime minister personally visited China to inform the Chinese government that Canada was open for foreign investment. However, things have changed... Analysis of McClearn’s Closed for Business Introduction McClearn, Matthew article Closed for Business focuses on increased restrictions on foreign...
IBM(MR)
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...Summary 4 Introduction 5 Report Analysis 6 Surveys as a Method of Research 6 IBM’s Survey: An Analysis 7 Recommendations 10 Conclusion 11 Bibliography 12 Executive... ?Research Report for the Management of IBM By Mentor Letter of Transmittal IBM Management Address Dear Sir/Madam Re: IT Industry Customer Benchmark Survey Pursuant to your request, I have conducted an examination of the referenced survey and the data it intends to solicit. An analysis of the survey was conducted with a view to determine if and how it can be improved to meet IBM’s objectives. My findings and recommendations and contained in the report attached to this letter. Yours truly Contents Letter of Transmittal 2 Contents 3 Executive...
Death March Project
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...MARCH PROJECTS Death March Projects Affiliation Data In simple words, a Death March project is one whose overall working and operational project parameters rise above the standard with a minimum 50%. In fact, a Death March project is one for which an impartial, objective risk evaluation technique (risk analysis based on an evaluation of technical issues, official risks, staff risks, political risks, etc.) decides that the probability of project breakdown is ? 50 %. Without doubt, a project without an appropriate timetable, loyal and qualified team members, suitable budget, or functionality limitations could face several issues and risks of breakdown, for example, because of argumentative... ?DEATH MARCH...
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...March on Washington. Boston: Beacon Press, 2011 Haskins, James. The March on Washington. East Orange: Just Us Books, 2004.... ? August 28, 1963 is one day in the American history, which carries a lot of significance and which will continue to linger in the minds of Americansand historians. This is due to the fact that this day was marked by one of the unforgettable and largest peaceful demonstrations, which the US has ever experienced. It is estimated that approximately 250000 people participated in this demonstration, which was organized and executed by a group of civil rights organizations represented by individuals, who had a common objective of liberating the African Americans from racial and...
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...Summary for: love and Math book by Edward Frenkel The book Love and Math by Edward Frenkel portrays a distinct side of math that has not been explored. The book reveals mathematics as a beauty and elegant work of art that can be demonstrated in a diverse manner. Frenkel’s book is passionate on the discipline of mathematics, as it occupies a special niche uniting people from different space, time and culture. Love and math are words that are rarely used together, but Frenkel tries to bridge the gap to demonstrate his passion. Edward Frenkelis a mathematician focusing on mathematics physics, representation...
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