Silence
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...Silence in “The Stone Boy” and “Ethan Frome” Silence is one of the concepts incorporated in the literature world. Silence has a lot of significance in the literary world and the major cause of this is the fact that it introduces or rather brings out various aspects that would be ignored if otherwise. Silence is imperative in that it makes the audience lively. The major cause of this is the amount of tension it brings into a story and consequently makes the story more interesting to review. Over time, many authors have integrated the motif of silence in their stories. Two of such stories are The Stone Boy and Ethane Frome. Going through the manners in which this motif... is incorporated is...
Maxine Hong Kingston's "Silence
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...silence, and be given the right to speak freely what we desire as long as it doesn't do harm to us and to other people. Gould also presented pity for those who became victims of racial and sexism practice in science, and perhaps in other fields of the society. But they both showed the feeling of guilt - for racist and sexism among people. In general, Kingston showed more emotions, in contrary to Gould whose emotions are not the main point. Looking at the logos of both writers, Kingston again had logically defended and supported her topic. Kingston had presented concrete argumentation, while Gould has leaved a hanging question of the relation of brain... COMPARE AND CONTRAST RHETORIC IN WRITING Maxine...
The Field
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...silence as answer. Everyone knows that for the love of the land he cultivates, Bull sacrificed a lot, including his married life. Per Keane (1991) “I seen lonesome nights, Taghd, lonesome nights [Bull talking to his son]” (p. 55). Eventually, Bull submitted to the principle that the end justifies the means. Reference Keane, J. B. (1991). The field. Cork: Mercier Press.... Running head: GREED FOR LAND The Field: Greed for Land Running head: GREEDFOR LAND 2 Abstract This paper discusses how Irish peasant farmers value their lands. As portrayed in the play “The Field”, the dispute over land ownership between the farmer who rents the land, Bull McCabe, and the man from England who wants to have ...
Code Of Silence among police officers
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...silence" reflect the tribal system. Briefly, there are three universal characteristics of tribal values. First, tribal values focus on an identifiable group. Membership in the group provides emotional support and security. Second, members are expected to observe a certain way of life in which they find emotional identity. Third, the tribe needs an enemy... New officers come into law enforcement with different backgrounds and value systems. Since the nature of police work is enforcing laws, it is safe toassume that the authority system is strong in them. However, they soon feel the power of the tribal value system. Phrases such as "the police family", "the police brotherhood", and "the blue code of...
CONSTRUCTION AND THE SOUND OF SILENCE !
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...Silence: As Determined by the Control of Pollution Act 1974 Construction and the Sound of Silence: As Determined by the Control of Pollution Act 1974 In order to control noise from works of construction, demolition, road-works, railway maintenance and other sources, the Control of Pollution Act of 1974 sets forth specific actions to be followed in order to serve a notice on a company in which non-compliance with the Act has been cited. There is, however, more involved than just non-compliance. If a company has just cause, an appeal can be filed and a determination made in the Magistrate’s Court. Two means of controlling noise are set forth in CoPA1974: prior consent... Construction and the Sound of...
Field trip
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...Field Trip Number Introduction The trip that was attended is one to the GLBT (Gay, Lesbians,Bisexuals and Transgender) History Museum. This museum is located in Castro District, San Francisco and is reputed for its being America’s first full-scale and stand-alone museum of its kind. This trip is very memorable, given that it coincides with the museum’s celebration of 100 years of San Francisco’s wide queer history and dynamism in exhibitions and programming. The touring GLBT History Museum began at 9:30 am. The first section of the walk around the museum was the section that honors the GLBT Historical Society’s 25th anniversary. This section has the curator’s of Our Vast Queer Past etched... ? Sociology...
Silence in Wilshire Bus
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...Silence in Wilshire Bus In the short story Wilshire Bus by Hisaye Yamamoto, there is a heavy and foreboding silence. The racial diatribe of the ‘somatotonic man’, ushers in a silent response from all the other passengers, irrespective of their race, yet the fact is that the silence of each passenger affiliates to varied and specific motives. The silence imbued in the atmosphere of the Wilshire Bus turns out to be complex and complicated, with each layer of silence unraveling some hitherto ignored sense of complication, regret, fear, hatred or complacence. To begin with, the setting in the Wilshire Bus as the narrative starts is one of peace and quiet. In fact... ?Ji Jia English 1B Schwartz 26 June...
The Code of Silence
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...Silence The of Silence takes its roots from military law which s that "what you see, what you hear, when you leave, leave it here" phrase. This means that you are not allowed to divulge any matters and events that you have observed or noticed in a certain societal setting such as in the government or an organization. Generally, a Code of Silence is when a person opts to withhold what is believed to be vital or important information voluntarily or involuntarily. The logic behind this principle is that being a whistleblower may endanger the rest of the association or organization. In the legal setting, the code of silence is believed to be prevalent in the armed forces where data... Submitted] The of...
Silence in Wilshire Bus
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...Silence in "Wilshire Bus" Set in the post World War II period, the work “Wilshire Bus” has an in-depth analysis of the various cultural, political and economic factors that were dominant in America and which promoted racial discrimination. Non-natives including Japanese, Chinese and other immigrants in America experienced discriminations on different accounts. Set in a public bus during a long journey, silence is an overriding theme presented by the writer. Through the central theme, silence, the reader gets the image of how the Chinese and Japanese immigrants in the bus experience discrimination from the utterance of the samatotonic man. The somatotonic, a Native American, speaks... to a...
Silence and Voice
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...silence and voice of the women is one which is a direct reflection of social inequality within the community. The loss of voice comes directly from the inability to have a sense of place in society, specifically because of divisions that occur. When the voice is found... while growing into an isolated role because of the belief that she belongs as an outsider. These different perceptions, as well as the prevalent social inequality, create the reaction of Moon Orchid and create the theme of isolation from self – perception and identity throughout the book. Loss of Voice and Inequality The concept of self – perception, as well as the continuous theme of belonging to a marginalized culture...
The Right to Silence
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...Silence The right to silence enables a suspect to remain silent during interrogation by the police. It has been justified as protection from self – incrimination. Thus, remaining silent during the pre-trial stage, constitutes a special privilege, whereby an accused, who believes on reasonable grounds that he is suspected of having committed a crime, can remain silent, during the trial. Such a person can refuse to supply information to the interrogating authority, with regard to the occurrence of the offence (Hocking and Manville 63). Moreover, he can refuse to divulge information about the identity of the participants in the crime. A second issue associated... ? of the of the of the The Right to Silence...
Malpractice in the Medical Field
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...field In the contemporary practice, premiums in the medical malpractice have reached their apogee. Doctors are leaving their profession in large numbers. Those that have stayed in the field of medicine are overwhelmed with silence and fear. Perplexed and outraged doctors march over the state capitols. It is generally believed that all of these various negative pictures of the contemporary medical field can fundamentally be attributed to the explosion of medical malpractice litigation whereas in reality, more and more people are falling prey to the medical malpractice. The real cause of all this unrest is the increased competition in the insurance industry and the recent... ?Malpractice in the medical...
Competitive silence or personalization of products, the case of Apple Computer
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...silence. Companies like Apple Inc control very stringently announcements and press releases regarding new products. This information is then used to boost up sales by creating hype and then capitalizing on it. Apple Inci Apple is more a global phenomenon than... Contents Contents Introduction 3 Apple Inc 4 Literature Review 5 Methodology 9 Type of investigation 9 Data 9 Method 9 Deduction and Induction 10 Analysis 10 PEST 10 Political/Legal 10 Economical 11 Social 11 Technological 12 Porters 5 forces 12 Bargaining Power of Customers 12 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 13 Threat of Industry Rivalry 13 Threat of Substitutes 13 Barriers to Entry 14 SWOT 14 Strengths 14 Weaknesses 15 Opportunities 15 Threats 16...
The Silence of the Lambs
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...Silence of the Lambs How does this film display the following characteristics of the police procedural mystery formula) a. The detectives value doing their job well: Clarice Starling plays the role of a young FBI detective, on her way to help solve the investigation of serial killings, by Buffalo Bill. She undergoes many troubles and attempts to fulfill her duty and succeeds in the end. b. The crime is solved by investigative procedures: In order to carry out the investigation, Clarice meets Hannibal Lecter, who was a forensic psychiatrist and turned into a cannibalistic killer, himself. She seeks his help... R.Preeti 16/5/2007 The...
Phase 4 Individual Project: Ethnographic Field Study
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...Field Study Ethnographic Field Study Setting The place selected to comply with the requirements of this ethnographic field study is a place of worship, particularly a Catholic church in the nearby locality. At the onset, one would expect that people would exhibit the most appropriate behavior: maintain solemnity and peace during the service, avoid talking to each other while the service is going on, observe proper decorum in terms of dress code, communication patterns, and response to the service. Based on one’s research, the proper church conduct includes the following behavior: “(1) recognize and appreciate that Mass is the re-presentation of Calvary. Mass... ? Phase 4 Individual Project: Ethnographic...
Silence of The Lambs Research
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...Silence of the Lambs Research In the world of cinema, directors are always looking for new and innovative ideas and techniques by which to make their next movies to make it stand out from the multitude of other productions. Often this involves researching into time-tested plots and stories to make the movies appealing to the audiences. A trend that became rampant just in the recent decades is the adaptation of books and novels that have been applauded by the readers into movies. This brings about a twist in the mood of the movie, as the plots and storylines... Kamran Harris Intro to Lit & Crit 14 December 2007...
May Sarton's "After a Winter's Silence"
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...Silence The poem, 'After A Winter's Silence' is written by American poetess, May Sarton and is one that talks about the change of seasons---from winter to spring. It also figuratively highlights the passage of time! This thesis attempts to explore the main themes of the poem, its motive and to elucidate the point of view, of the poetess. About the Poem: The poem, 'After A Winter's Silence' is based on and composed of numerous themes that we can highlight. The first stanza talks about the strength and tenacity of the varied manifestations of nature. Hard ice, that has been... R.Preeti 8/5/2007 After A Winter's Silence ...
Right to silence - Protecting only the guilty?
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...silence merely protects the guilty, since those with nothing to fear will speak out what is in their minds candidly and spontaneously. It is only the guilty who need to hide the truth of what had really transpired and would seek refuge in the sanctity of silence, so that they do not blurt out their own guilt and complicity in the crime committed, or planned to be commissioned. This literature review would need to take stock of the present status of the right to remain silent and would also seek to critically examine the recent changes in the law with regard to the privilege to remain silent and would also endeavour to assess the value... of the right to silence enjoyed by...
Sounds of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel
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...Silence by Simon and Garfunkel INTRODUCTION By the month of April 1965, “Mr. Tambourine Man” by the band The Byrds was already famous on air making it number one across the nation. With the popularization of the song, “The Tambourine Man” a genre of music came into being and was well received by the countrymen. The genre was known by the name of folk/rock. Tom Wilson, while listening to the song “Mr. Tambourine Man” flickered with the idea of making a folk/rock with Simon and Garfunkel with whom he had already worked successfully with their debutant album. Simon and Garfunkel the duo recorded the song for their first album “Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.” in the year 1964. Latter... on it was...
Cognitive Framing Theory and Spiral or Silence
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...Silence Theory Cognitive Framing Theory Cognitive framing explains human behaviors.It argues that the human brain responds to unconscious structures or frames to decimate decisions and other actions. For example, frames may include individual roles or relations among different roles to other frames. For instance, a school frame would include all that happens in school from the roles of the head teacher, teachers, and students. Moreover, the relations among all the stakeholders such as the government and parents comprise the ‘schemas’ of a school. Thus, people use the frame in their brain to define their language as well as a thing that surround them... used by the American government to...
Law of Evidence. write of silence
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...Silence In R v Gilbert in 1977 the Court of Appeal in emphasizing the importance of the right to remain silent, ruled that a direction to a jury indicating that an inference of guilt can be drawn from the defendant’s exercise of that right was erroneous. However, Sections 34-38 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 reversed the Court of Appeal’s ruling. Accordingly, where a defendant fails to state facts while being interrogated by police that are subsequently raised during the trial or fails to give evidence at the trial, an adverse inference can be drawn. However, as observed in R v Beckles, such inferences cannot be used to establish guilt. The House of Lords in R v... ?The Right to...
Police Leadership and Code of Silence
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...Silence 25th November, This study will look at leadership in the police department and analyze how it handles the code of silence. The paper also measures capability of police leadership in making a difference in handling the code of silence within the police organization. Also, the paper gives answers to why police supervision is indispensable in dealing with the code of silence in their organization. The study answers the question of whether the police organization is different from other organizations when it comes to practicing the code of silence. Also, the study identifies other ways additional to the proposed ones to handle the code of silence. The paper... ?A Case Study on Police Leadership of...
Japan's Battered Men Suffer abuse in Silence
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...Silence Introduction The world generally defines domestic violence as an issue affecting women only, but the study shows that men are victims too. In many instances, it is only the women who report having been punched, kicked or shoved by their partners. Evidently, cases of women who have been abused in marriages are more than those of men. Thus, people will tend to oversee the fact that some men too, undergo abuse in marriages. A recent study carried out showed that the percentage of women who suffered from domestic violence was almost equal to that of men who suffered from the same (Michels, 1998). The study also indicated that, the reported cases of men were... ? Japan’s Battered Men Suffer abuse in...
Waiting For Godot: Silence and Death
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...silence in between their conversations. This defect is overcome by the forgetful nature of the characters in question. The two of them are very forgetful in their endeavors and for this reason they will need the other to help in the remembrance of some of the happenings that have met them. This once again forms the basis... of their togetherness. They actually cannot do without each other lest one totally forgets those things that actually affect him. The fact that they are able to remind each other of certain things is especially important since no one in the play whom they have encountered ever remembers the two. Vladimir: We met yesterday. (Silence) Do you not remember?...
Sound of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel
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...Silence by Simon and Garfunkel The Sound of Silence, reportedly written by Paul Simon, catapulted to fame due to the lovely melody and the lyrics of the songs that seem to convey a hidden meaning. Sung by Paul Simon and partner Art Garfunkel, the Sound of Silence was noted to be originally sung in the 1960s, a time when folk music was at its popularity. As such, it was sung in a style of a narrative discourse, where a guitar was the only accompaniment, to the lonely overtones. The current analysis hereby aims to present the meaning of the lyrics through the figures of speech and rhetorical elements that are implicitly used. The figures of speech were evident as one... June 2, Song Analysis: Sound of...
Is a mandatory moment of silence in public schools constitutional?
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...Silence in Public Schools Constitutional? Silence is golden. We all know that. But there are probably very few issues that have caused the noise as that of the mandatory moment of silence in public schools. Amen. The debate over a mandatory moment of silence has been a major source of contention even before the 1962 ruling of Engel vs. Vitale, which held that the organization, sponsorship, or endorsement of prayer in public schools is a violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. In the ruling, it was determined that any teacher and/or school official who leads a class in prayer is violating the separation of church and state as guaranteed... in the First Amendment...
Poetry Explication of The Silence of Women
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...Silence of Women” by Liz Rosenberg Rosenberg is a well known poet,endeared by children even, as she had written books for them. She is a versatile genius, who is employed as a professor of English at Binghamton University. The Silence of Women is a very popular poem written in the backdrop of a male chauvinistic society, where women folk have no say. Gender discrimination was the order of the day, and women had only a submissive role. Her collection of poems titled ‘Children of Paradise’ which come out in 1994, bears expression to her grouse against male domination in the society. The poem discussed in the topic is included in this collection of poems... English 09 April Explanation of the poem “The...
William O'Douglas' ("The Black Silence of Fear"),
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...Silence of Fear Order No. 517501 In what way had the United s come to resemble Soviet society?  Do any of the other documents assigned for this week support his view? William O’Douglas, in his document on ‘The Black Silence of Fear’ sheds light on the aspect of fear as it is seen in today’s contemporary society. The author presents us with alarming examples of how we react in situations when fear confronts us. In this enlightening document, he points out how intolerance and arrogance play major roles where the minorities are concerned, suppressing them still further into a corner of oblivion. However, O’Douglas believes that if a person has... ? Sherry Graham Sjovold History 300 23 March The Black...
Field Report
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...Field Experience Narrative Report Late adulthood is a frequently seen aspect in several nations. Most of the old aged people are willing to lead their life independently. In such situation, there lays a need for delivering better healthcare to those people by the nursing professionals in order to develop their health and assist them leading their life happily. With this concern, this paper intends to provide a detailed description about the field experience relating to explore and focus on the humanistic aspect of nursing. Field Experience Narrative Report Late adulthood is a life stage which is estimated to occur after 65 years (Royal...
Field trip
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...field trip which is the topic of this report, which focuses on the Three Sisters. The Trip As the area is most easily... ?Blue Mountains, Sydney Australia The Blue Mountains are found only 50km away from the capital, Sydney, d after the characteristic blue haze that the area has when viewed from a distance. They have been inhabited for several thousand years, but have recently become a tourist attraction featuring such sights as the Three Sisters (a sandstone rock formation) and activities like four-wheel driving, abseiling and scenic railways. The area is a combination of a World Heritage Area, a town and a major tourist attraction, and this is what makes the area so intriguing and the reason for the...
PARADE FIELD
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...Fields and Futch In 1990, Brian Brunner, of “How the Parade Field Came to Be d after General Futch”, was astounded when he discovered that the legendary Brigadier General Futch was still alive and had not been honored by the military through the re-use of his namesake. In fact, Theodore Futch had returned to his hometown in Hendersonville, North Carolina and was living an anonymous life in solitude after a stroke had placed him in a nursing home (Brunner 1). Shortly after Brunner’s brief acquaintance with this great man, he was gently prodding the members of the Lyman Ward Military Academy [LWMA] to name a building for General Futch; they responded by offering Brunner the chance... Of the Legacies of...
Field Trip
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...Field Trip Booklet/Pamphlet - Jim Corbett National Park Jim Corbett National Park provides a chance to see nearly 500 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles, leopards and four different species of deer, not to forget the rare species of the Indian tiger. A trip to the Jim Corbett National Park has enough attractions for the nature loving visitors. This is also a great site for conducting a geological survey of the Garhwal district of the Himalayan foothills. Located in the Terai region, ranging the Shivalik foothills of Himalayas, is one of the oldest national Parks of India. A part of the tiger protection venture, the park was established in 1936. It plays an important...
Field Observation
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...field study, the effects of the prison system will be examined while how the police treat... Introduction It has been researched that he U.S. penal population has two million inmates. From there, the Bureau of Justice Statistics has the approximation that a third of all African American men will be sentenced to prison at some point in their lifetime. According to public opinion surveys found the nation's leading social problem is linked to crime or drugs are ranked first. In further research, it has been found that there are 3,500 prisoners under sentence of death in the United States, which is the longest death row in the country's history (The Sociology of Crime and Punishment). Therefore, in this...
Field report
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...fields, ranging from photography to product improvement and mass media. What is fascinating about the show is that the exhibits are always presented by guest presenters who are recognized for their exceptional leadership in the field of technology, art or business... ?Stephanie Brooks-chin Rees Shad Digital Design 102A 10/30/12 InForm: Turning Data into Meaning The Adobe Museum of Digital Media (AMDM) is one of the most interactive museums I have ever visited. The museum is located in the remote Island of New York City and is open every day of the year. The museum has been in existence since October, 2010, with its main purpose being to showcase and preserve the most astonishing digital media works. By...
Field Assignment
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...FIELD The first salesperson I talked to was an on-site salesperson. I called a few numbers in the ified ads, and reached a property managementcompany that set me up with an appointment. The salesperson I met at the management company was named Dan. He was very polite and agreeable, and offered me coffee. He smiled a lot, and answered all of my questions about the property in great detail. Dan was not pushy; he let me think over the decision. When I told him I needed more time to think, he was respectful, and gave me some paperwork to consider in my decision. His last attempt to close the deal was to tell me that if I signed their contract today, I could be in a new...
Field Research
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...Field Research Concerning Smartphone There is no denying the fact that in the contemporary age of hyper connectivity and social networking, Smartphone have emerged to be a craze in the market for consumer products. So, I decided to visit the local retail store selling digital gadgets to conduct a field research regarding the Smartphone. At the store I visited there were available roughly 10 different brands of Smartphone. The salient models included names like HTC One, Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nexus 4, Sony Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy SIII, Nokia Lumia 925, Nokia Lumia 820, Nokia Lumia 620, iPhone 4S... of the Macro & Micro Economics of the Concerned Teacher 9 July Field...
Field Study
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...Field Study For my study, I took a walk to the San Francisco Bay. The bay is located at the tilt of a peninsula in northern California. It has three bodies of water within its environs. The estate is laid out in a grid with more than 40 hills, attaining heights of around 1000 feet. Therefore, this results in wide differences, in both temperatures as well as sky conditions in several areas of the city. The Pacific air maintains the temperatures normally moderate, hardly ever ranging above 75 degrees or under 45 degrees. This as lead San Francisco to be nick named the air-conditioned city. The climate here is extremely similar to that in the coastal areas a long Mediterranean. Even though... ...
Malham Field
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...Field report 9th April Summary This report sought to determine the parasite fauna inhabiting two of the common rodents in Malham Tarn area – Wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus)) and rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus). We assessed the population of endoparasites present in the two rodents by dissecting them and observing the parasites. Common helminth parasites present included cestodes and trematodes. The rodents served as either intermediate or definitive host of the parasites. Examination of human faecal for the parasites yielded related parasites in terms of their biology and pathogenesis. Parasites prevalence correlated with rodent sex in addition to the rodent weight or length. Females... ? Malham Field...
Field Study
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...Field Study Many college experience a great deal of stress and anxiety during their college years which results in their losing sleep thus increasing their stress and anxiety levels. It has been proven that a majority of young adults in the United States are at major risk for having poor sleep. The purpose of my study was to determine just how much sleep college students are getting and what might be some of the contributing causes to loss of sleep or obtaining adequate sleep. With an idea of what might be contributing to loss of sleep, students may be able to avoid some of these behaviors and thus gain more sleep and perform better in school. At the same time,...
Field Assignment
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...field study about ethnography. It involves the cultural phenomena that can be conveyed at Tysons Corner Mall in VA State, Washington DC. Different people from different sides of Washington DC go to public places to spend their leisure time. They have different things that they want to achieve in this place. This place has shopping malls, cinemas... College Ethnography in A Public Place This research is about an ethnography done in a public place in Washington DC i.e. Tysons Corner Mall in VA state. Ethnography is a type of research that involves unfolding cultural phenomenon of a particular group of people. The methods that I used in this research include direct observation and interviewing. This...
Field Trip
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...field trip with a friend to California Science Centre last Monday, which the main aim was finding out the scientific facts behind the air and space conducted exhibitions. The main purpose of my field trip was to establish how the use physics together with astronomy in air and space technology has shape several aspects of discoveries in communication, weather forecasting, and space exploration expeditions. I realized that the California Science Centre would offer a great opportunity for me to learn and explore the use of applied physics and astronomy in the world of today and the future inventions. The centre featured a large screen used for presentation and educative film... SPACE SATELLITE I took a...
Field Study
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...field study studied four men and women from different nationalities... Fashion and Culture in Manhattan page This research will investigate the effects of culture on dressing especially for the diverse nationalities living in Manhattan. Evidently, culture exerts great influence on the preference of different people. Although different individuals belonging to a specific culture are likely to exhibit varying preferences in the choice of dressing, it is possible that culture and nationality are critical aspects in the choice of fashion. Moreover, the price of clothing determines dressing preference depending on the financial status of the buyer. In order to determine the effect of culture dressing, the...
Field Research
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...Field Trip Last April 14, we visited BEMIS factory located in Terre Haute,Indiana. BEMIS is a very old company which was established 150 years ago. It is a major player in the packaging industry because of its innovations that ushered new products to the market. BEMIS products are often used in various industries such as food, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical and agribusiness according to our guide. The major point of the trip was to witness the production lines of BEMIS and observe its operations. The first part of this paper deals with the process of Excursion of which I have seen from beginning to end. First, the resin is melted ( bead-like ) and Repro. The Stards are...
Giving Voice to Silence: The effects of silence in cultural and global communication.
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...Silence: The Effects of Silence in Cultural and Global communication Against a context of scholars and philosophers struggling with the mission of characterizing public opinion, Noelle-Neumann perceives public opinion as a form of social control; in this particular function, public opinion fosters social assimilation and assures an adequate degree of consensus prior to the implementation of actions and decision making. With this point of view, the theory of ‘spiral of silence’ has as a fundamental premise that societies threaten with seclusion those people who digress from norms, and that people, consequently, feel a fear of seclusion. The intimidation of individuals by society... ? Giving Voice to...
Progress women achieved in field of Math, Science and Engineering
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...fields. Professional Practice in Maths: In the years gone by, it can be seen that women were discouraged from pursuing maths in various countries across the globe. Sometimes, the tactic was also to make the women think and feel that they were not smart enough to do maths, so as to discourage them from looking into it. In case of India, the scenario... Teacher’s Progress Women have achieved in Maths, Science and Technology Introduction: Women all across the world have been subject to some form of discrimination from their male counterparts in one way or the other over a period of time, and history is testimony of that. Although some progressive parts of the world have been able to put this discrimination ...
Field trip
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...Field Trip of Field Trip The field trip entailed experience of Shabbat Service in Los Angeles. Shabbat service has five major worship sessions or sections, which are introduction, the Sh’ma, Amidah, Torah service, and concluding prayers (Abrams & Katherine 10). The service usually occurs on Friday night and it begins with women lighting candles. After candle lighting, the congregation sings while reading psalms or poems. The significance of introduction section is to set a prayer mood within the service. The second session is Sh’ma that calls or unites the congregation into prayers. In accordance with Jewish tradition, prayers should always occur in the entire community. Amidah... prayers...
Field trip
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...Field Trip Report. Field trips enable us have a better understanding of any discipline that is under study. By actually going to an area and studying it, we are able to extend the knowledge from the classroom into the real world. Such practical experiences facilitate a correlation between theory and what actually exists out in an area. Therefore, a detailed analysis of the various data collected during a visit to an outcrop can successfully highlight the importance of such trips. In essence, this report will focus on the geographical position of the area, an analysis of the general geological information in addition to any other notable geological characteristics. The selected... Instruction: Task:...
Field Trip
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...Field Trip Essay (Add (Add (Add Field Trip Essay This field trip essay tries to explain the various features ofa global citizen and the ways to become a global citizen. Thereafter, the work explains the two important institutions visited in this field trip; the BC Parliament building and the R-BC Museum in Victoria BC. While doing so, the important symbols, which helped me grow as a global citizen are specifically identified and described. According to Campbell et al (cited in, A global citizen. Powerpoint, p.4), a global citizen is one who considers ones local actions as having global consequences and one who accepts that...
Field trip
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...Field trip to a Strippers Club due: Where did you choose to go/ and why Out of curiosity, I choose to visit a strippers club to get exactly what goes on behind the walls. The type of images portrayed in logos, advertisements banners used in strippers club made me interested to know activities carried out in strippers club. What activity goes on and who are the participants Most of the activities that I saw do not differ from what happens in the other nightclubs. Some of these activities are dancing and drinking. What differentiates them from the other nightclubs is the presence of nude people, both women and men in the clubs. From the name, “strippers club” nudity is...
Field Experience
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...Field Experience Grade (6th, April. Field Experience Type of setting: A Theme Park and Resort and time of your observations: I visited the Disney Land Theme Park and Resort on 20th July 2012. The place opens its doors at 8 a.m. and I was at the gate at exactly 7:30 a.m. Why I chose the setting: I chose the setting because it is a popular public area, which is most attractive to people especially during the summer, owing to its interesting components and the entertaining environment for all kind of people, ranging from the elderly, the adults, the teenagers to children. It is also a setting where various social groups such as families, couples, friends and even individual visitors will feel... Field...
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