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...abstract art. Abstract art came to existence because of the demands of new styles or mediums knowing that a work of art had to mimic or signify outer reality. Abstract art deviated from the laid down principle that an art should provide a recognizable scene or object. In the earlier parts of the 1900’s up to the 1930’s, additional techniques which involved the rejection of the 3-D perspective came out, colours and shapes were also abstracted... Art People express themselves in many ways, it maybe through dancing, singing, sculpting or painting. Humanity conveys their emotions and thoughts through these forms of art, one of these expressions that people have trouble understanding and appreciating is...
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...ABSTRACT The need for competent special education teachers is one of the most urgent issues that administrators must deal with .On top of that, special education teachers must also be supported by sound leadership from administrators so that they can be retained. Yet, recent studies indicate that existing school administrators lack certain knowledge, skills, as well as beliefs and attitude that make them fulfill their roles well. Briefly, many school administrators... Running head: LEADERSHIP SKILLS NEEDED BY PRINCIPALS FOR INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS Leadership Skills Needed by Principals for Inclusive Schools Name Professor Subject Date Running head: LEADERSHIP SKILLS NEEDED BY PRINCIPALS FOR INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS A...
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...Abstract: The article entitled “Family of murdered schoolgirl meets UK govt” written by the Associated Press and published in the Bloomberg Businessweek on the 11th of July, 2011 proffered issues pertinent to the scandal involving News of the World tabloid, owned by Rupert Murdoch. The report revealed that Dowler family members of a murdered 13-year old girl named Milly Dowler in 2002 met with Britain’s Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, and was demanding the resignation of News Internationals chief executive... Article Article Family of murdered schoolgirl meets UK govt s The Associated Press Journal/Periodical: Bloomberg Businessweek Publication Date and Page Number(s): July 11, 2011 Article Abstract...
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...Abstract The article is about the association linking maternal, family aspects, and child eating conditions. According to Allen, Gibson, McLean, Davis, and Byrne (2014), it remains inconclusive whether family aspects can precisely foretell the signs of an eating disorder or correlate to an overall child psychopathology of which the signs of an eating disorder may be a factor. In their study, Allen... s of Affiliation Allen, K. L., Gibson, L. Y., McLean, N. J., Davis, E. A., & Byrne, S. M. . Maternal and family factors and child eating pathology: risk and protective relationships. Journal of Eating Disorders, 2 (11), 1-14. DOI:10.1186/2050-2974-2-11 Summary of the Article and Research Findings of the Abst...
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...ABSTRACT The cost of non-renewable energy is increasingly rapidly over time. In addition to increasing costs, non-renewable energy sources are also damaging to the environment and risk depleting precious resources. It appears that batteries may be a good alternative providing that their source is renewable. In addition, batteries can be used as a power source in areas where traditional power sources are not accessible. In many isolated areas of the countryside, lead-acid batteries have become a popular and dependable source of energy for many people due to the lack of efficient power... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I am extremely grateful to many people for the assistance they have given me in completing this...
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...Abstract Several studies (Zuazagoitia, et al., 2010; Belardinelli, et al., 1999, & Dugmore, et al., 1999, cited in Andersen-Parrado, 1999) consistently show evidence that exercise is beneficial to HF patients from which they can derived maximum benefits such as improved QoL, functional capacity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and psychological wellbeing. However, the evidence is not generalized across ages. Since HF increasingly occurs at adult age (70-80) between 10-20% (Dickstein, et al., 2008, p. 2394), finding out the efficacy of exercise... ?The EFICAR Study Protocol: A Synopsis Quality of life (QoL) is greatly considered in treating HF patients that, studies to improve this mark currentcardiology...
Abstract Expressionism and Surrealism
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...abstraction rather than representation. Surrealism is a style of painting that started in 1924 and was primarily practiced in Europe. Surrealism in painting is shown by highly abstract image that is loosely painted or drawn that also involves improvisation. In Abstract Expressionism, attention is drawn to the surface qualities of the paintings such as the monumental canvas and the paint viscosity; improvisation is also involved1. The Surrealists... Expressionism and Surrealism expressionism is a form of painting that makes the use of both form and emotional value of the painter or the expressionist. It began in New York in 1940s but was largely influenced by surrealism and cubism which promoted...
British Abstract Expressionism
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...Abstract 2 II. Introduction 3 III. Chapter 1: Similarities and Differences between US And UK Abstract Expressionism 9 IV. Chapter 2: Influences and Reception of British Abstract Expressionism 17 V. Chapter 3: Significant British Artists that Influenced Abstract Expressionism 26 VI. Conclusion 32 VII. List of Images 33 VIII. Works Cited 41 Abstract After the World War II, when the people were still trying to recover from its aftermath, artists on the other hand continued to battle against self... -expression. Aware of their liberty in expressing their motions to the public through the masterpieces that...
Abstract Expressionism and Surrealism
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...abstraction rather than representation. Surrealism is a style of painting that started in 1924 and was primarily practiced in Europe. Surrealism in painting is shown by highly abstract image that is loosely painted or drawn that also involves improvisation. In Abstract Expressionism, attention is drawn to the surface qualities of the paintings such as the monumental canvas and the paint viscosity; improvisation is also involved1. The Surrealists... Expressionism and Surrealism expressionism is a form of painting that makes the use of both form and emotional value of the painter or the expressionist. It began in New York in 1940s but was largely influenced by surrealism and cubism which promoted...
Abstract Data Structures
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...abstract data types. For example in C++ this operation can be performed by using a class that has no protected/public data members (simply private), nor some techniques, nor friends that return references/pointers to some of the private... DATA STRUCTURES By Table of Contents Introduction A data type is acknowledged as an data type when it is expressed in terms of processes on it, and its implementation is concealed (with the intention that it can be replaced with another application such as effectiveness purposes, as well as this will not change anything in the existing computer program). In fact, the majority of object-oriented programming languages encompass the characteristics of user defined...
Abstract Entities in Semantics
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...abstract reality. Abstract entities refer to objects that do not occupy space but are perceived to have distinct existences. Some examples of abstract entities are properties, numbers, classes and relations. I will also discuss the implications of including abstract realities in semantics. Finally, the paper will give a personal analysis of Carnap works. The concern on the use of abstract entities in semantics... Entities in Semantics Part A Introduction The paper will explore the arguments presented by Rudolf Carnap on the consideration of entities in semantics in his works; Empiricism, Semantics and Ontology. Next, I will discuss the rules that an expression must meet for it to be considered as an...
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...Jean Piaget Jean Piaget was a French Philosopher and psychologist who concentrated most of his life pursuing developmental psychology as his major field of inquiry. In this regard, he is known to have spend most of his lifetime listening to children and watching their behaviors on a closer note. He was born on 9th of August 1896 and died on the 16th of September 1980. In his pursuit of epistemology in the field of child development, he managed to come up with the theory of cognitive development. He was highly concerned with child education; a phenomenon that we would refer to as learning while he would prefer to call it adaptation. The investigations he made towards models of child... Piaget Jean Piaget ...
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...Article analysis The article by Linda Kaboolian (1998) d “The new public management: Challenging the boundaries ofthe management vs. administration debate,” looks at the debate surrounding administration and management in public matters. The article is intended to promote dialogue among scholars of public policy. The paper looks at the reforms in the public sector. The study acknowledges that different authorities on matters public management have different views on challenges facing public management. Kaboolian (1998) points out that, management scholars have different views concerning the differences between public management and public administration. The author uses the term “new... analysis The ...
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...POLITICAL SCIENCE Michael A. Cohen, “Reinventing the Future: Designing Urban 3.0,” Harvard International Review (Summer ): 52-57. Thesis: 21st century cities are unsustainable, wasteful, and designed on short-term basis. It is vital that we start designing new cities that will carry us into the future and belong to everybody. We do not need more urban settlements that are pre-owned by a few individuals before they are designed. In addition, we do not need more cities that support the ever-expanding gap between the rich and the poor. The sight of slums fighting for space with concrete jungles should be a thing of the past. Argument: Our cities are becoming more and more divided as we continue...
Abstract Artworks Analysis
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...abstract art. This period has become the point in time... Artworks Analysis Introduction Modern art has emerged from modernism - a Western phenomenon that pervaded the mid nineteenth and twentieth centuries from Paris to London and New York. Modernism, and inevitably modern art, has surpassed geographic regions and brought together artists with the common conception of modern "impulses" and the drive to express their interpretation of the changing social, economic and political situations in their own ways - which may or may not appeal to the masses. The idea is to communicate broadly of the social experience of living in this new world in a language that is unique to artists - thus the birth of...
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...Abstract) Postgraduate: Research Ploypim Boonnum This study topic was motivated by my love for art and design. This focuses on the traditional Thai forms in Buddhist architecture, arts, and jewellery. The study seeks to establish the connection between Thai jewellery and the wearer’s minds. Additionally, this should prove that jewellery in Thai serves more than aesthetic purposes. This is due to the belief that Thai jewellery has a positive impact on the wearer’s mind. This study attempted to answer the question; “How do Thai... A treatise on Thai, Sukhothai Art exploration of lines and curves as a tactile quality for emotional design; investigating positive responses from application of artifacts....
Abstract Expressionism and Realism
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...Abstract Expressionism and Realism using Art Criticism Steps Describe: Abstract Expressionism according to Serge Guilbaut “was the freedom of expression: the freedom to create controversial works of art, the freedom symbolized by action painting” (Maxwell, 2001). It is a technique in which emotions or real life objects and events are expressed indirectly or abstractly. It was a product of post-World War II art movement in America. Jackson Pollock is one of the pioneers of this art form. Realism is defined in the Encyclopedia Britannica as “the accurate... Running head: EXPRESSIONISM AND REALISM Comparison between Expressionism and Realism using Art Criticism Steps Institution Name Comparison between A...
Graffiti and Abstract Expressionism
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...abstract expressionism does not provide accurate description of the work created by the respective artist. The paintings had broad characteristics with different styles that varied extensively in terms of technique and quality. Central to this discussion are the distinguishing characteristics of abstract expressionism and the extent to which Jackson Pollock’s works relate with abstract expressionism. The first distinguishing feature relates to their abstractness, i.e. such paintings do not represent... Graffiti and Expressionism expressionism refers to an expansive movement in American paintingthat began around 1940, grew and became dominant in the 1950’s. Despite their prevalence acceptance to date,...
Abstract and bibliography
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...Abstract Vibrating plates are used as an alternative way of achieving such goals like losing few pounds of weights by doing heavy exercise for hours, in prevention of bone fractures, in the treatment of osteoporosis, in enhancing the Bone Mineral Density (BMD) of the femoral neck and encumber/lumber and reduce persistent back pain in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. The body is subjected to less fatigue. Selection of appropriate frequency of vibration while using these plates is very important so that exercise related injuries can... Selection of appropriate frequency and appropriate time limit for using vibrating plates in different conditions i.e., osteoporosis, exercise and to lose weight ...
Abstract aesthetic standards
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...abstract aesthetic standards are all bunkum and… a book is only a “good” book if it preaches the right sermon” (Hooks, 2001). Clearly abstract aesthetic standards tend to take a more philosophical position on the value of a piece of written literature rather than paying much attention to the core message of the written literature, which is often hidden in the writings rather than the general perception of the work. In my understanding, it is out of this conception that Orwell made his... AESTHETIC STANDARDS Overview of the ment There is an old saying that goes that, do not judge a book by its cover. It could perhaps be on the basis of this good old saying that George Orwell made his statement that...
Article Abstract & Critique
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...Abstract Purpose Although talking to youth about drugs is often recommended to parents, we know little about how parents actually discuss drugs with their children in the moment and how parental advice is linked to youth arousal and substance use. This study examined observed parental drug use advice and parenting behaviors during parent–adolescent drug use discussions and associations with adolescent physiological responses and substance use. Methods Fifty-eight 12–17 year... Full Nmae) (Unit) Article & Critique References: Tara M. Chaplin et al. “Parental–Adolescent Drug Use Discussions: Physiological Responses and Associated Outcomes.” Journal of Adolescent Health Volume 55, Issue 6, (2014): 730–735....
Writing an abstract
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...abstract, at the beginning of the article forms an important part of this work in giving a quick preview of what the article entails. Nonetheless, the article fails to follow the standard research article format which makes the findings of the research difficult to point out. The researchers do not give an analysis of their findings to show how this process solved the distance dilemma. Additionally, the article suggests the proposed alternative as being perfect as it does not discuss any of its limitations, thus negatively... Source Hong, Lawrence K., & Duff, Robert W. (2002). Modulated participant-observation: Managing the dilemma of distance in field research. Field Methods, 14(2), 190 – 196. Key Words...
Human Geography - Abstract
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...abstract forms is a valuable skill to most organisms. This study looks into various aspects of response by animals and relates the same based on conclusive and objective reasoning to the case of human beings. Morell, Virginia. "Minds of their own." National Geographic: Animal Minds (2008). http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/03/animal-minds/virginia-morell-text Works cited Morell, Virginia. "Minds of their own." National Geographic: Animal Minds (2008). http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/03/animal-minds/virginia-morell-text Quammen, David. "Living with Lions." National geographic: Lion Conservation (2013)....
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...Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………..1 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………2 Background………………………………………………………………………………….3 Chapter 1. Different Accounting Systems…………………………………………………..4 Chapter 2. Advantages of Harmonising The Accounting Standards……………………….12 Chapter 3. Disadvantages of Harmonising The Accounting Standards……………………16 Discussion………………………………………………………………………………….17 Conclusion and Recommendation………………………………………………………….18 Glossary…………………………………………………………………………………….19 Reference List………………………………………………………………………………22 Bibliography………………………………………………………………………………...24 Project Proposal... Accounting standards are crucial elements in the functionality of capital markets and businesses. These...
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... The article “Forensic Camera ification: Verification of Sensor Pattern Noise Approach” by Nitin Khanna, Aravind Mikkilineni and Edward Delp is an account of the evaluation of the authenticity of digital images. All the authors are engineer experts in computer, electrical and mechanical fields. The evolution of imaging technologies is the central focus, with the role played by these technologies taking an essential position in all aspects of livelihood at individual and nations’ level. The problem of image source identification is critical to account for in forensic camera classification. The authors note Lukas and others as the basis of their experimentation. Lukas and others studied... The article...
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...Buckingham Palace The paper begins by the introduction of Buckingham palace. This part covers the location and ownership of the palace. The palace is noted to serve both private and public purpose to the ruling monarch. This part also notes the main designers of the palace as being John Nash and Edward Blore. The first part of the paper covers the history and construction of the palace. In this part, there is the focus on how the Buckingham palace was initially small composed of Buckingham Gardens, Goring House, and Arlington House. However, changes were made in the palace to accommodate the need for additional space and each demand of the subsequent monarchs. The initial construction... Palace The...
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... The article d Trends in Stock Prices and Range to Standard Deviation Ratio was ed by Subrata Kumar Mitra and the purpose of authoring this research article was to develop some information on the changes in prices in different financial markets with the assistance of a comparison of the returns experienced in the Indian Stock market and the Hurst component which is a method of identifying a particular time series (Mitra, 2014). The developer of Hurst component figured out that the H-value was directly dependant on ratio of range to standard deviation (R/S ratio). In this study the researcher wanted to identify which markets have a higher predictability of the time series. The researcher even...
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... Street art in Berlin Visual arts have a lot to communicate to the onlookers without much rebellion. It is of interest to find out how this piece of art, work as a political, cultural and social outlet and at the same time as the citizen’s voice. From the artwork in Berlin and some other parts of the world, it is evident that this form of art has a much more influence on the society affecting more people due to its accessibility. Berlin has numerous visual artwork created in most public locations. The building of the Berlin Wall by the Soviet Union exacerbated this in 1961 separating East Germany from west (Dore, 70). This wall provided a platform in which most artists created their art... Street art in ...
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...In this article, transition of chemical experiments that have been performed by the Chemical Laboratory of Education Center in Chiba Institute of Technology have demonstrated how this course has responded to the reformation of its education system and curriculum. Particularly for the last decade, the structure of faculties and departments have frequently been reformed, thereby the positioning of courses and the number of students underwent significant changes. Along with these institutional problems, experiment contents and methods have been improved in response to the decline in basic scholastic ability due to the relaxed education policy and an increase in the percentage in total... this article,...
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...Biography of David Jon Kassan Visual Arts and Film Studies due Visual Arts and Film Studies David Jon Kassan was born on February 25, 1977 in Little Rock Arkansas. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn NY. Kassan has been able to travel around the world conducting workshops at various institutions as well as teaching painting classes. He received BFA award from the college of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University in 1999. He continued his education in Manhattan at The National Academy and the Art student league of New York (Philips 2007, 36). Kassan received an award from Portraits Society America Communication Art magazine. His works and paintings were influence by John... of David Jon...
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... The purpose of the study was to evaluate the impact of climate change on the population extinction of two species of checker spot butterflies .The background of the study has evolved from the fact that population abundance and geographic range shifts of many populations has been expected to be affected by climate change. The precipitation variability from two different sources was evaluated against the population simulations in two different time periods. The results clearly indicated that the precipitation variability hindered the overlap of larvae and plants, increasing larval mortality. The study concluded that climate change accelerated the extinction of the butterfly species. WORKS... The purpose...
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... (Skills Practice) Article Major Sport Events and Long-Term Tourism Impacts Harry ArneSolberg & Holger Preuss Sør-Trøndelag University College Johannes Gutenberg University The article is based on the expected long-term returns compared to the investments made by cities hosting major sport events. The most common events are the Olympics and FIFA World Cup. Most of the applicant cities as per the authors do not meet the requirements to host such mega events, this are mainly the small cities that have little supporting infrastructure and the sport facilities needed. The revenues generated from such events are mostly capable to pay off the operational costs but hardly meet the amount... (Skills...
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...abstract that explains its scope. The implied research question is, ‘is there a significant relationship between Freddy Adu’s feature in a game and spectators’ attendance?’ Research methods involved collection of data that related to Major League Soccer and its players in the 2004 season. Data that related to the club’s 30 games were obtained... Article assignment The article, ‘Much adieu about Freddy: Freddy Adu and attendance in major league soccer,’ was ed by DeSchriver Timothy. The Journal of Human Kinetics published it in the year 2007. The researcher does not communicate, directly, the research questions that they wish to explore. This can however be derived from the article’s title and its abstrac...
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...Running Head: Trust Trust s Trust Research on an extensive basis has been conducted with regard to trust at the social level in organizational settings. But still very little has been known or even learnt with regard to the process which trust involves cooperation and the purpose of the social setting in this procedure. Also the models which are cited are actually difficult to operate. According to Lewicki, McAllister, & Bies (1998: 439) trust is, “confident positive expectations regarding another’s conduct”. The present knowledge of trust and cooperation at the interpersonal level has three vital defects. The first defect is that much of the recent literature of trust is purely based... Head: Trust...
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... The Initiation Ritual: A Model for Life The article is about the process of acquiring a male-defined and powerful identity through the ritual acts. The author talks about the training that young men would endure in order for them to think and feel like autonomous people. The training is done as a group, rather than as an individual so that they can be emotionally bound to one another, consider group traditions and values to be substantial guides for behavior, inculcated in the rituals and the pledging period. The author tries to figure out that the initiation process and the pledges during the act are what bring about a renovation of consciousness to personalize group attitudes and identity...
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... The Relationship between Emotional and Episodic Memory for Four Discrete Emotions in an Elderly Population The paper proposes a research to investigate the relationship and its intensity between episodic and emotional memory in elderly patients. Four discrete emotions are considered and these are anger, fear, sadness, and happiness. Emotional intensity is very relevant and important when analysing negative emotions, posttraumatic stress and depression among elderly patients since these impact the quality of life (Daselaar, et al, 2008). Previous research on these specific themes is sparse. The proposed research aims to fill this gap. The study on emotions can help to identify new therapies... The...
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... This paper examines at the story of Beowulf in the epic poem from the perspective of pride. The paper advances the thesis that as a human being, Beowulf was vulnerable to becoming proud. This pride is the result of his physical powers and his success slaying Grendel and the mother. This pride is also the result of men like the King Hrothgar honoring him and giving him many gifts. This pride is a flaw that is part of being human. Even the best of men sometimes fall into the trap of pride, and Beowulf was no exception. In the end this pride would lead to his death. The paper examines how the vision of Hrothgar is accurate in predicting that Beowulf would become a victim of his own pride if he...
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... AN OF Birkenstamm Jennifer, Godyn Janus, Khani Francesca, Sadamin Evita, and Siderits Richard. “Three-Dimensional Laser Scanning of "Crime Scene Gum" as a Forensic Method Demonstrating the Creation of Virtual Tooth Surface Contour and Web-Based Rapid Model Fabrication” Forensic Science Communications 12. 2 (2010) The five authors who wrote this report carried out a research project with the aim of describing a method that could be used for automated3-D laser scanning of gum found at a crime scene with the use of inexpensive, automated 3-D scanner. According to the authors, combining of new and inexpensive technological methods may increase the availability of more flexible ways for dealing... AN OF...
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... The of the article is “An examination racial discrimination in the market for baseball memorabilia”, and it was written by Paul Gabriel of Loyola University, and Curtis Johnson and Timothy Stanton of mount St Mary College. 2. The research question the authors want to address is ‘whether discrimination against the woman or minority groups such as Hispanics or blacks in the sports market affects the prices of sports material’. 3. The method used in the research is empirical since the authors catered raw information from both the field and studies conducted and analyzed them using various methods such as regression analysis. 4. The main conclusion they reached is that discrimination does... The of...
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... Vikings and Native America Canada Baffin Island in the Arctic majorly had settlement of the Arctic hunters. The spotting of Viking strand of cordage in the Northern tip of the Island was appalling to the archeologist because the cordage string had little similarity with the sinew twisted by the Arctic hunters. Under the microscope in Canadian Museum of Civilization, the cordage of string spun into soft yarn by use of soft hairs. Moreover, the Norse Women in Greenland made the Viking strands. Viking seafarer in search for gold, land, and treasures colonized Scotland, England, and Ireland in the eighteenth century. Vikings colonist in Iceland and Greenland farmed and filled storehouse... Vikings and...
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... 6 September The Future of Management – Gary Hamel, a renowned expert on business strategy, in his book – The Future of Management, emphasizes the need for a revolutionary change in the structure and management of large organizations. Hamel encourages companies to be not only dynamic and innovative, but also to be great places to work at. The main issue identified by Hamel is that present day management is bound with orthodox and archaic strategies that are not eligible in the current scenario. According to him, rather than introducing innovations in products, operations or strategies, it is more advisable to focus on innovations in the management practices of the organization. Modern... 6 September...
Classical Mythology in Abstract Expressionism
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...Abstract Expressionists of the early 1940s, it is noted that the Classical Mythology is influenced by the French Surrealists of the 1930s. The concepts which are developed as well as the philosophies that have been created with the techniques have led to a different approach and understanding of the art work as well as how it is able to build a specific statement about the mythology. The result is the ability to understand... ?The concepts ical Mythology in art are depicted specifically by different artistic expressions throughout time. These are defined by movements that have occurred in the visual arts and the representations which artists have created of specific pieces of art. When looking at...
Art in America - Abstract Expressionism
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...abstract expressionism was first used in Germany in 1919 by Robert Coates, but it was first used in America in 1946 (Jachec 7). Alfred Barr was the first painter to use the phrase in America. Abstract expressionism began as a small group in 1940 by a small group of artists who were stylistically diverse. The group brought about radical new... Art in America: Expressionism expressionism is a post war II art movement in American paintings developed in New York around 1940. This movement is recorded as the first American movement to achieve international influence and put New York City at the core of Western art world (Jachec 6). This position had been enjoyed for along time with Paris. The phrase...
"Abstract Expressionism" (ART adn Surreal)
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...abstract expressionism is defined by Payton as “a school of painting that flourished after World War II until the early 1960s, characterized by the view that art is nonrepresentational and chiefly improvisational” (par. 1). On the other hand, surrealism in art derives its meaning as a manifestation of “a style of art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, stressing the subconscious or non-rational significance of imagery arrived at by automatism... or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc.” (Biography Project, par. 1). The works of Hans Hoffman and Jackson Pollack are examples of works exemplifying abstract expressionism and the...
Abstract Expressionism and Jackson Pollock
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...Abstract expressionism encompasses artistic works of canvases filled with field of color, which involve vigorous gestural expressionism by use of uniquely defined style of drip painting. These techniques emphasize the freedom of an artist to illustrate an outburst of emotions... Art defines the application of human creative skills and imagination to express their innermost being and feelings. Through art, illustrations of significant appeal and principles that I find fascinating are expressed. In this regard, I intend to develop unique skills and techniques through which I hope to reinvent my purpose in life and create my own identity, which comes in handy in the creation of an artistic legacy. ...
Abstract Expressionism - Control VS Chance
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...abstract and something that may not be confined to the familiar? Can we take a chance in art and not be confined to control during the creative process? Absolutely. Abstract Expressionism demonstrates freedom of expression through action, energy, and gestures, most executed through painting. Abstract Expressionism, a movement that began in post-World War II, was considered by critics as “hardly worthy of art”, but had a unique way of expressing social conflict. The form of art that encourages chance and defies control. It is a free, real, sincere, and authentic... Expressionism: Control VS Chance Art refers to a cultural component man d with the portrayal and representation of the society through...
Abstract Expressionism - Art and Surreal
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...abstract expressionism is defined by Payton as “a school of painting that flourished after World War II until the early 1960s, characterized by the view that art is nonrepresentational and chiefly improvisational” (par. 1). On the other hand, surrealism in art derives its meaning as a manifestation of “a style of art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, stressing the subconscious or non-rational significance of imagery arrived at by automatism... or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc.” (Biography Project, par. 1). The works of Hans Hoffman and Jackson Pollack are examples of works exemplifying abstract expressionism and...
Jackson Pollock and Abstract Expressionism
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...Abstract Expressionism (Rosenberg, 1959) to the forefront of the American art scene and whose radical work revived interest in Impressionism (Naifeh & Smith, 1991). Dying at the age of 44, his work has become even more influential after his death, and many people can define and recognize a ‘Pollock’ for its unique and interesting style (Emmerling, 2003). Having had posthumous exhibitions at galleries such as the Tate... It has been claimed that Jackson Pollock was an artist of the mid-twentieth century who inspired a revival of interest in Impressionism. To what extent is this true, and how is it reflected in his work? Jackson Pollock was a prominent vanguard artist of the New York School who brought Abs...
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...Abstract Online learning has grown at an unprecedented growth over the last decades. More institutions of higher learning have begun the process of incorporating their courses in online platforms. Additionally, more students are now embracing online courses due to their flexibility and convenience. However, these developments have been overshadowed with concerns over the quality of online courses being offered. Concerns over quality have necessitated the need to design online courses that meet set standards of quality and industry demands. It is on this basis... Instructional Development Skills and Competencies for Post-Secondary Faculty-Designers Developing Online s Raul C. Mendez Capella Abstract...
The World of Abstract Art Painting
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...abstract art comes into being because of the exhaustion of representational art (Pippin 1-24). The more contemporary artists were somewhat bored with nature and fact painting, turned to abstract art painting for purely aesthetic purposes, and abandoned the imitation of natural appearances (O’Sullivan and Others 189-207). To some extent, the notion of abstract art was present all through the late nineteenth century art, from symbolism to post-impressionism with pure abstraction being achieved finally around 1915 (Rhynne 72--4). First abstract paintings were most often created... Research Paper Outline Thesis: The history of modern art is presented as an imminent, internal process among artists and...
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