The affects of Agent orange
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...Agent Orange Agent Orange is a common for one of the six “Rainbow Herbicides” and defoliants which were used by the United States army during the war in Vietnam. The herbicide was a part of the chemical warfare, the goal of which was to destroy the crop lands and defoliate certain areas of the country. The name comes from the orange stripe used to label the barrels containing the chemical. Comparing to other “Rainbow chemicals”, Agent Orange was the most extensively used. Being a herbicide, the compound was employed in the United States, Korea, Canada, Australia and Brazil (Hay 151). Talking about the chemical composition of the Agent Orange, it is a 50:50 mixture... Your Module 6 March The effects of...
More Help for Agent Orange's Victims
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...Orange Panic: The Ravages of Agent Orange Most people who take a look at firearms and explosives will have no doubts about who they are meant to be used for, nor will they think of armored tanks and fighter planes as belonging anywhere else but the battlefield. Weapons such as these are generally intended to be used against enemy combatants, in appropriate situations, which makes those weapons specifically intended for use against civilian targets seem even more dangerous and diabolical than usual. For instance, the atomic bombs 'Little Boy' and 'Fat Man' were most infamously used against the civilian populace of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,...
Processing and Production of orange in California.
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...oranges and lemons and the use of pectin as a gelling agent. Orange production and processing in California is both a big and cottage industry which employs a significant portion of the population and generates a substantial amount of revenue for both individuals and the state. Summary The processing and reservation methods outlined above enable farmers to maintain the integrity of the orange fruit. The processing of a majority of oranges from California is meant for short term preservation of the fruit for future consumption and use. Freezing of oranges requires minimum processing and thus ideal for all classes of farmers ranging from small scale to large scale... Processing and Production of Oranges...
Processing and Production of orange in California.
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...oranges and lemons and the use of pectin as a gelling agent. Orange production and processing in California is both a big and cottage industry which employs a significant portion of the population and generates a substantial amount of revenue for both individuals and the state. Summary The processing and reservation methods outlined above enable farmers to maintain the integrity of the orange fruit. The processing of a majority of oranges from California is meant for short term preservation of the fruit for future consumption and use. Freezing of oranges requires minimum processing and thus ideal for all classes of farmers ranging from small scale... Processing and Production of Oranges in California...
The Effects of the Vietnam War on American Soldiers
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...Agent Orange on the soldiers and their children. "With the Vietnam war came widespread drug use, anti-military activism, racial tensions and increasing crime, all of which debilitated the training and readiness of the U.S. forces" (Baker 64) . Soldiers faced... Sana Osman English 13 December 2008 The Effects of the Vietnam War on American Soldiers The Vietnam War was also known as the Vietnam Conflict or theSecond Indochina War. The war took place in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam which took place from 1959 to 1975. The Vietnam War was fought between the government of South Vietnam and the communist of North Vietnam. The Government of South Vietnam was supported by the member states of the Southeast Asia...
Cold war and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction
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...Agent Orange.’ The chemical was popular during the Vietnam War... Cold war and the proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction The main characteristic of the world in the twentieth century was wars. In line with this, the most memorable wars are the First World War, Second war, and the infamous Cold war. Numerous countries have taken different strategies to win wars, and the world has experienced nations use biological weapons, which have been the most suitable strategy. This article explicates the in-depth knowledge while providing historical perspective of biological weapons, chemical weapons, and nuclear weapons that nations have used to engage in wars. Biological and chemical weapons are a popular...
Mental Effects Of Vietnam War On Soldiers
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...Agent Orange, effects on family satisfaction and functioning, treatment of the soldiers from the country and in the VA hospitals (Sitikoff). Research focus The research question addressed in this paper is what are the effects of Vietnam War on the mental state... ? Mental effects of Vietnam War on soldiers PROPOSAL Background The paper in its core discusses the diversemental effects of the Vietnam War veterans. The Vietnam War commenced in 1955 and ended in 1975. It was fought between the South Vietnam and North Vietnam with a major involvement of America. The main motive of the Americans was eradication of the communist manifestation of the Vietnamese. Following the end of the war the Americans lost...
Orange Juice Titration
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...agent it turns into dehydro-ascorbic acid [2]. Earlier experiments have shown that exposure of orange juice to oxygen lead to decrease in amount (concentration) of ascorbic acids and browning of orange juice [3]. No such effect is observed when orange juice is exposed to light [3]. While another research showed that the oxygen does not accelerates non enzymatic browning of orange juice [4]. This research paper tries to analyze the effect of oxygen and light on orange juice and thereby tries to resolve the ambiguity. Hypothesis Null Hypothesis 1: Oxygen does not affect the lifespan of orange juice or vitamin C in the juice. Alternate hypothesis: Oxygen affects the lifespan of orange... ?Effect of Oxygen...
Monsanto: Treatment of the Natural Environment
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...Agent Orange, was used by the U.S. forces in Vietnam as a defoliant. This chemical was later disclosed to contain higher and many times more toxic levels of carcinogens and dioxin than those used by Dow chemicals to produce the same Agent Orange. The managers at Monsanto knew... ?Monsan Treatment of the Natural Environment Environmental conservation has taken centre stage in many companies’ operations. The environment is composed of both living organisms and non-living things. It is the obligation of all of human kind to ensure that every aspect of the environment is well maintained for the benefit of all. Countries all over the world have formulated policies and regulations that are meant to conserve...
American Atrocities in Vietnam
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...Agent Orange, was used extensively from 1961 to 1971... ?American Atrocities in Vietnam The United s throughout its history has gone to war starting with its war of independence until most recently, the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. In most of the wars that it has been involved in, there have been claims that the United States military has committed atrocities against the civilian populations of the countries it has invaded. The reports of such atrocities have been reported during the following instances: the Philippine-American war; the Second World War; the Korean War; the Vietnam War; in Yugoslavia in 1999; and finally, during the War on Terror. In this paper, we shall discuss some American atrocities...
Was the American entry into WWI justifiable? Why or why not? And, was the american intervention in Vietnam justifiable? why or w
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...Agent Orange. That excessive chemical invasion not only affected local citizens but also impugned the lives of American troops in Vietnam. The dioxin that contained Agent Orange influenced the irrigation and water supply system negatively. Along with this, it caused long term effects over the new child births. The new children were getting birth with numerous disabilities like limbless children. The adverse effects of the war still... Instructress: United s Interventions’ Justifications World War According to majority of the historians, the American intervention in World War 1 was considerably justifiable. There are several underpinning reasons behind the decision but it is still quite vague in order to ...
Pollution Caused By War
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...agent known as Agent Orange, a deadly herbicide that denied the enemy of food and cover. The amounts left behind in the soil and food chain had the greatest effects on the civilian population, which had little protection from the Geneva Convention or similar... The Ecological Results of Conflict: The Pollution of War The world often views war through the lens of a camera that displays massive amounts of firepower being expended as a prelude to destruction and debris. The buildings will be rebuilt, the population resettled, and the factories and farms will again begin to produce their commodities. However, this is not the end of the destruction and rebuilding cycle. Wars leave behind a legacy of pollution ...
Social responsibility in finance decision making
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...Agent Orange in 1970’s for the deforestation of Vietnamese jungles forms the case where the company neglected its CSR responsibilities in favour of profit making (Ferrel et al., 2013). Agent Orange, as it was later discovered, contained... Corporate Social Responsibility at Monsanto Globalization has had numerous impacts on human and business living including the need for businesses to take concerted efforts in social responsibility. The importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has increased in recent years owing to the increasing benefits to companies by operating ethically and in consideration to the needs of different stakeholders. Monsanto is one of the companies that has learned from...
A Clockwork Orange and the Inviolability of Free Will
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...agent is predicated on the notion that both good and evil exists as equal and separate choices (Amis). Works Cited (n.d.). . "A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess." (n.d.). . Amis, Martin. "The Shock of the New." NYT (2012).
RESEARCH PAPER: Critical Thinking about the Viet Nam Conflict
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...Agent Orange to try and deprive the Vietcong from shelter sof Jungle. Agent Orange was some kind of herbicides that was sprayed over the jungles and has had catastrophic damages that have seen the residents suffering from the after effects even today. Researchers have proved that the side effects of the dangerous herbicide still results in several related health issues among the new borne and scientists have been wondering about the actual and level of impact that the Agent Orange has already done and will keep doing in future (Levy, 2004). Mr. Kennedy continued to be reluctant... The Vietnam War was one of its kinds in terms of the criticism that it attracted from common people to scholars to diplomats...
Critical Thinking about the Viet Nam Conflict
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...Agent Orange to try and deprive the Vietcong from shelter sof Jungle. Agent Orange was some kind of herbicides that was sprayed over the jungles and has had catastrophic damages that have seen the residents suffering from the after effects even today. Researchers have proved that the side effects of the dangerous herbicide still results in several related health issues among the new borne and scientists have been wondering about the actual and level of impact that the Agent Orange has already done and will keep doing in future (Levy, 2004). Mr. Kennedy continued to be reluctant... ?The Vietnam War was one of its kinds in terms of the criticism that it attracted from common people to scholars to diplomats ...
Veterans health care system from the hated 60's to the great system today
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...Agent Orange. VVAW forced the government to not only test people, but also treat and compensate them of those poisons. In 1969, Agent Orange study was mandated and in 1962, herbicide manufacturers were sued by the veterans. 200, 000 claimants were compensated $180 million by Monsanto and Dow Chemical companies (Richard 54). The veterans suffered much, in terms of receiving quality medical services, because they were seen... Veteran’s Health Care System from the Hated 60s to the Great System Today Introduction In the early 1960s, Vietnam veterans faced hard times in acquiring quality health care. Women were solely expected to care for their family’s illnesses, and doctors were only summoned in cases of...
Veterans health care system from the hated 60's to the great system today
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...Agent Orange. VVAW forced the government to not only test people, but also treat and compensate them of those poisons. In 1969, Agent Orange study was mandated and in 1962, herbicide manufacturers were sued by the veterans. 200, 000 claimants were compensated $180 million by Monsanto and Dow Chemical companies (Richard 54). The veterans suffered much, in terms of receiving quality medical services, because they were seen... Veteran’s Health Care System from the Hated 60's to the Great System Today Introduction In the early 1960s, Vietnam veterans faced hard times in acquiring quality health care. Women were solely expected to care for their family’s illnesses, and doctors were only summoned in cases of...
You Are What You Eat
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...Agent Orange: “In the 1960s and 1970s, Monsanto became one of 10-36 producers of Agent Orange for US Military operations in Vietnam.” The reason Monsanto is so dangerous reaches far and wide and affects us all... You are what you eat Every person who eats should be alarmed by this paper whether you area mother or father, a student or teacher. This issue raised is not only about what we are eating and not eating but about the truth. The truth that has been kept from us for the past few decades and there is a reason for it. With knowledge come responsibility and an authority to act without it we are helpless and can do nothing. The life of an average American is dominated by eating what they think is...
Business law
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...Agent Orange for US military operations in Vietnam. Agent Orange manufactured by the company was found to be defective as it was contaminated with carcinogenic dioxin. The Agent Orange produced by the company caused immense damage to the health of US soldiers. The current core business of the company was initiated... ? Business Law Monsanto Company is a multinational agricultural biotechnology corporation and it is oneof the world’s biggest companies with regard to revenue. The following paper would include a brief account of the history of the company, the products by the company and the position of the company in the global market. Along with the profile of the company all the ethical issues related to ...
Question 3 What was the long-term significance of the Vietnam War? If Americans won nearly every battle, how did they lose the war?
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...Agent Orange, were applied in defoliating large binds of forest terrain that hid the rival’s armies. The feasible collateral destruction to the environment, as well as following generations of Vietnam people, was noticeably not taken into consideration. Also, as the United States continues to consider its uncertain role in the Vietnam war, mainly in light of current events in Afghanistan... Vietnam War Vietnam War The Vietnam War is a Cold War that took place in Laos, Vietnam, as well as Cambodia (Bedford/St Martins 2009, 4). The war started on 1st November 1955, and it ended during the defeat of Saigon on 30th April 1975. The Vietnam War followed the French Indochina War. It was fought between the...
Homeless vietnam veterans and what is being done to help them
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...Agent Orange. At the “VA National Summit Ending Homelessness among Veterans,” in November 2009, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Eric K. Shinseki brought out the department’s comprehensive plan to end homelessness among Veterans by marshalling the resources of government, business and the private sector. He has promised to end homelessness among Veterans within the next five years. During the meeting Mr. Shinseki said, “Those who have served this nation as Veterans should never find themselves on the streets, living without care and without hope.” Works cited “HUD, VA Release Supplemental Report on Veteran Homelessness.” 2011...
The Long-Term Significance of the Vietnam War
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...Agent Orange, were applied in defoliating large binds of forest terrain that hid the rival’s armies. The feasible collateral destruction to the environment, as well as following generations of Vietnam people, was noticeably not taken into consideration. Also, as the United States continues to consider its uncertain role in the Vietnam war, mainly in light of current events... ? Vietnam War Vietnam War The Vietnam War is a Cold War that took place in Laos, Vietnam, as well as Cambodia (Bedford/St Martin's2009, 4). The war started on 1st November 1955, and it ended during the defeat of Saigon on 30th April 1975. The Vietnam War followed the French Indochina War. It was fought between the government of...
Sorrows of Empire
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...Agent Orange and nuclear ammunition made with depleted uranium which are suspected to be causing a lot of trouble for the soldiers that served the US army in Iraq and the way the US defense and foreign policy seems to be looking forward to the next war, enrolling into the forces should a decision that needs to be taken more serious grounds than free education and high speed racing.... Of Empire Ironically, with the self-proclamation of the of "Global police" the current US military and foreign policy intends to keep peace prevailing on earth by the use of violence and war. The US has, as of now, 725 military bases in a whopping 120 countries. The large number military actions that the US has initiated...
The Vietnam War
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...Agent Orange in the war. Millions of babies born till today suffer from different malformations and defects (Effects of Vietnam War). The veterans who served in the war had long lasting effects. A large number of post-traumatic stress disorder cases were found... ? Contents 3 Introduction to the War 4 Vietnam War, like many other wars of its era, was fought to prevent the spread of Communism across Asia. Usually referred to as the Second Indochina War, Vietnam War was the longest military battle in the history of United States and lasted from 1959 to 1975. It was fought between the North Vietnam (Communist) and South Vietnam (United States). The war resulted in over 2 million civilian casualties and came ...
The Role of Government in Helping Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Veterans
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...agent orange, and the national memorial. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Williamson, Vanessa and Erin Mulhall. Invisible Wounds Psychological and Neurological Injuries Confront a New Generation of Veterans. Washington DC: New Freedom Commission Members Assess Report’s, 2009.... The Role of Government in Helping Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Veterans Introduction Veterans with PTSD undergo lifetime struggle to leave the traumas of war behind and regain their once at ease lives. Even though many veterans suffer from PTSD, some of them do not seek medical treatment just as they struggle with PTSD symptoms during their lifetime. Thus, in Louise Erdrich’s short story, “The Red Convertible,” Erdrich...
Case description on Monsanto Company
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...Agent Orange, DDT and recombinant bovine products. The company is currently dedicated on supporting agriculture and farmers across the globe. Their mission is to product... Case on Monsanto Company Lecturer: Case on Monsanto Company Case Monsanto is oneof the largest and leading American companies, but it has faced several key issues of addressing corporate social responsibility and public image. The company has received varied attention from the public because of several aspects. Monsanto is a large company that is dedicated to sustainable agriculture, but many people perceive their business moves as attacking other businesses. The company own varied patent rights to diverse genetically reengineered...
The War in Vietnam
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...Agent Orange... Why did a majority of Americans eventually turn against the war in Vietnam? When the Vietnam War started only a handful of people opposed the war. As the war progressed, the opposition grew. American troops suffered setbacks after setbacks, notably the Tet Offensive of September 1968. Body bags containing the remains of young American soldiers killed in the war started streaming in. The cost of funding the war spiraled into millions of dollars per day drawing the ire mainly of the poor. On the other hand, American troops started massacring the very people they were there to protect and perpetrating heinous crimes against humanity, notably the Ma Lai massacre. Chemical weapons such as...
Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy
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...Agent Orange polluted the Vietnam environment contributing to health hazards. SRV, popularly known as Socialist Republic of Vietnam, was formed by the United Vietnam and its capital set at Hanoi. The relationship that existed between America and the formed SRV was unstable, which caused the U.S. army to react. The two countries (U.S and Vietnam) remained connected due to the concern that U.S. showed to its prisoners who were held in Vietnam during the war. In addition... ? Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy Among the longest wars in history, the Afghanistan War, popularly known as Afghan War was instigated after U.S. launched Operation Enduring freedom. The war against Taliban in Afghanistan, led by U.S....
Case description on Monsanto Company
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...Agent Orange, DDT and recombinant bovine products. The company is currently dedicated on supporting agriculture and farmers across the globe. Their mission is to product... ? Case on Monsanto Company Lecturer: Case on Monsanto Company Case Monsanto is one of the largest and leading American companies, but it has faced several key issues of addressing corporate social responsibility and public image. The company has received varied attention from the public because of several aspects. Monsanto is a large company that is dedicated to sustainable agriculture, but many people perceive their business moves as attacking other businesses. The company own varied patent rights to diverse genetically reengineered...
Prostate cancer
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...agent orange, men using too much alcohol, men who are farmers by profession, men who eat a high fat diet and animal fat, men who are associated with tire plane works, men being painters, and for those who remain around too much of cadmium (Prostate Cancer). Clinical Manifestations: In persons affected with prostate cancer, there is a local growth of the tumour in the gland which gradually spreads to different lymph nodes in the region through lymphatics. There is also a hematogenous propagation to isolated metastatic sites. Some patients in whom the cancer is detected at an early stage... Sur Pro Cancer Introduction: The cancer that occurs in the pro gland is referred as the pro cancer. The prostate is...
American Perspective Short Stories
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...Agent Orange that was used to eliminate Vietnam forest cover. This caused massive protests from war veterans that America had to deal with as long-term effects of the war. According to Oregon war veterans, America lost nearly 55,000 people and spent about $100 billion on the war. Vietnam is suffered greater losses that those suffered by the America since the Vietnam War... ?American Perspective Short Stories Discuss the long lasting EFFECTS of the war in Vietnam in the United s and Vietnam. The Vietnam War is considered as the most costly war that the Americans have ever engaged in. The cost factor attached to the war resulted from the compounded effects that the war had on those directly involved in the ...
The Vietnam War and America's Involvement
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...Agent Orange, and the atrocities against Vietnamese prisoners. Draft cards were publically burned... The Vietnam War: American Involvement The Vietnam War remains one of the most humiliating military debacles in the history of the United States. Its roots go back to the 1850s, when Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos made up French Indochina. The Vietnam War (1954–1975) originated in the nationalist struggle against French colonialism. This independence movement was led by Ho Chi Minh, who formed the Vietnam Revolutionary League (Vietminh). In 1940, with France’s surrender to the Axis Powers in World War II, Japan occupied Vietnam. The Vietminh engaged in guerilla warfare against the Japanese, aided by the...
Discuss the ethical issues in the Monsanto case
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...Agent Orange. The company operated in Alabama where they were in control in accompanying that was producing polychlorinated biphenyls. The plant was closed in 1971 after being blamed for being associated to several health problems for those that used it. The people that lived near the plant that produced the product sued Monsanto for their homes and health being ruined by contamination of the product. The company then decided to quit manufacturing the chemical and underwent huge damages (Robin, 2010... Ethical issues in Monsanto case affiliation Introduction Monsanto as a company has contributed positively to life mostly in the developing nations. Contribution has been through developments that they aim ...
Clockwork Orange
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...Orange The movie “A Clockwork Orange´ happens to be a crime film adapted, which was produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film employs disturbing as well as violent images for commenting on psychiatry juvenile crime, youth crimes as well as other political, economic and social subjects within an imaginary frightening near future Britain. The main Character, Alex, happens to be a charismatic, sociopathic criminal interested in classical music, rape as well as ultra-violence. This film archives the terrible crime extravaganza of Alexi’s gang, his capture as well as attempted rehabilitation through controversial emotional conditioning. The soundtrack to the movie mostly features... A Clockwork...
Biosecurity - Target (Boneseed) Agent/s (Leafroller)
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...Agents of the Boneseed Plant 6 Selection of the Leaf Roller in the Control of the Boneseed 7 Details about the Decision Made Concerning the Use of the Leaf Roller in Pest Control 8 Results to Date 9 Conclusion 9 References 10 Abstract In New Zealand, the weed plant species Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. Moninifera, commonly referred to as the boneseed plant species, is a weed that is found to be of significant threat to some populations of the Pterostylis truncata (brittle green hound) and the Eucalyptus Viminalis ssp... the leafroller could have. After careful deliberation and discussion by a subcommittee of the “New Organisms (Non-GMO) Committee of the Authority”, the use of the leaf...
Art Timeline
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...orange field for the stars which can be considered representative of the chemical agent orange in this work created to become a poster. Fig 9 Robert Rauschenberg, Signs, 1970 This piece by Rauschenberg reveals the most iconic imagery during the Vietnam War, a piece that was constructed with collage in order to comment on the state of the American culture at the time. The use of both people from politics as well as the music industry, the commentary is made retrospectively as the era... ?Running Head: ART TIMELINE 20th century history paintings: Americana, celebrity, and iconic imagery, through painting with multimedia features Class University 20th century history paintings: Americana, celebrity, and...
Change Agent
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...agents in the community are able to influence the behavior of others in order to improve their lifestyle. I would like to become a change agent in my community in order to bring awareness about the importance of recycling and alternative energy. Recycling benefits the environment by reducing the amount of trash generated by households and by providing raw materials that can be reused to manufacture consumer products. The United States is facing an energy crisis due to the fact that the country’s infrastructure is highly dependent on petroleum and fossil fuels to produce energy and gasoline. I plan on becoming a change agent in my community...
Ecosystem toxic chemical threat
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...Agent Orange and Its Associated Dioxin: Assessment of a Controversy. New York: Elsevier. UNEP. (December, 2003). Guidelines on BAT and BEP for Municipal Waste Incineration, Expert Group on Best Available Techniques and Best Environmental Practices. Assessment, 45(7), 103-108. U.S. EPA (September, 2000 Draft). Exposure and Human Health Reassessment of 2.3.7, 8 Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD) and Related Compounds. EPA, 21(2), 127-140. Ruth, L. (1998). Energy From Municipal Solid Waste: A comparison with coal combustion technology. Prog. Energy Combust. Sci. 24(1), 545-564. Costanza, R., Bryan, G. & Benjamin, D. (1992). A New Paradigm for Environment...
Moral Project
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...Agent Orange, PCBs, DDT, and recombinant bovine somatotropin (Yahoo Finance, 2013). With its strong research and development (R&D), and engineering department Monsanto has been able to achieve several acclamations. It is also the first company to have produced light emitting diodes or commonly known as LEDs. The current employee strength of the company is 21,000 (Monsanto, 2013). As of the financial year end 2011, the net revenue of the company was US$ 11.822 billion and operating income of Increase US$ 2.502 billion... ? Moral Challenges at Monsanto of the Ethics at Monsanto Company Ethics is regarded as a system or set of moral ideals. It isoften stated as the standards of behavior that enlightens how...
Strategic Plan Report
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...Agent Orange. New York: Diane Publishing. Peter, M., Ginter, P., Jack, D., and Linda. S. (2013).The Strategic Management of Healthcare Organizations. New York: John Willey and Sons. Simerson, B. (2011). Strategic Planning: A Practical Guide to Strategy Formulation and Execution. London: ABC-CLIO.... ? Veterans Affairs Strategic Planning and Veterans Affairs Strategic Planning A strategic plan directly or indirectly reflects an organization’s mission and vision statements. It is a combination of the goals of an organization, plans and aims as well as the necessary steps and actions that are undertaken to achieve the targeted and desired goals (Simmerson, 2011). Many large and small-scale organizations...
Negotiation Agent
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...Agent Report I acted as a negotiation agent for my friend Mike, who was moving into a two-bedroom house along with his girlfriend Rachel and another man named Fred. Mike, Fred and Rachel still hadn't agreed to how the rent, which was $700 per month, should be split between the three of them. Mike and Rachel would be sharing the master bedroom, which was about a third larger than the second bedroom and had an attached bathroom. At the end of the negotiation, it was agreed that Mike and Rachel would pay $200 each per month and Fred would pay the remaining $300. One of the things that I did well in this negotiation was to frame the negotiations in a way that ensured a fair outcome for both... Negotiation...
Trust Agent
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...Agents: Using the Web toBuild Influence, Improve Reputation, and Earn Trust In your own words, what is a Trust Agent? Trust Agent is a new incarnation of the Public Relations Manager. Whereas the Public Relations Manager has the role within the specified area with pre-assigned responsibilities, the influence of Trust Agents grows in all the directions like the octopus. People tend to believe their own social circles because they have built it assiduously brick by brick. They trust the individuals within the network and they know the process through which each individual has come to join the network. Thus a network of friends... Book Report/Review, Journalism, mass media and communication Topic: Trust...
Strategic Plan Report
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...Agent Orange. New York: Diane Publishing. Peter, M., Ginter, P., Jack, D., and Linda. S. (2013).The Strategic Management of Healthcare Organizations. New York: John Willey and Sons. Simerson, B. (2011). Strategic Planning: A Practical Guide to Strategy Formulation and Execution. London: ABC-CLIO. Williamson, R. (2009).VA Healthare: Long Term Care Strategic Planning and Budgeting need Improvement. New York: Diane Publishing.... and Any company, firm or organization that has managed to cut out a market niche for itself definitely needs strategies to keep it up, hence the dire need for strategic planning. A strategic plan greatly, directly or indirectly reflects an organization’s mission and vision...
Finalpart2
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...Agent Orange, and more explosive ammunition was dropped than all of the second world war. The war caused considerable division among the american people. The majority of the American society did not support the vietnam war and distanced themselves from it, after spectating the unimaginable acts of violence on their televisions. The vietnam war was also most devastating... ? Final part 2 Final part 2 Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft were both presidentsof the United States during the progressive era. Both presidents campigned for the common good of american citizens. Roosevelt’s term brought in control in critical business companies. At a time when many large corporations had absolute power over ...
Environmental Issues Impacting Vietnam
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...Agent Orange were leaching of nutrients and expedite occurrence of soil erosion. [3] On this ground, it may be readily inferred that deforestation and associated acts could not go on any further as such would only aggravate the current manifestations of war-inflicted environment. Through the findings of the American journalist, Elizabeth Kemf, Kemf confesses: “More forests have been lost in Vietnam since the US/Vietnam war ended in 1975 than during it – Because... ?The Problematic Industry of Aquaculture Through the research conducted by David Dean on the aquaculture of Vietnam, the rapid growth in the production of shrimp, catfish, and lobster is reported to generate detrimental consequences both to the ...
John Kerry
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...Agent Orange. Safeguarding the interests of the small business and for providing such businesses a level playing field in view of the cut-throat competition in global economy. His being the chairman of the Senate Small Business Committee came in handy for this matter. National security, terrorism and preventing... Kerry Born on December 11, 1943 at Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Aurora, Colorado, John F. Kerry has been in the thick of politics since his childhood because his father was a Foreign Service Officer in the Eisenhower administration. On account of his father's posting at different places John Kerry traveled a lot when he was young. These trips helped him in learning about America its optimism...
Aftermath: The Remnants of War
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...Agent Orange, Dioxin and the unlimited bombing, more bombs dropped than by all sides in World War II. The effects of Dioxin are studied... Aftermath: The Remnants of War [The of the appears here] [The of appears here] About Donovan Webster Donovan Webster learned English at Kenyon College and journalism at Middlebury College. He is an ex-senior editor for Outside magazine, and is a regular provider for such periodicals namely the NYT Magazine, the New Yorker, National Geographic, Smithsonian, and Men’s Journal. His prize-winning book, ‘Aftermath: The Remnants of War,’ was conferred the Lionel Gelber Prize in 1997. He is presently at work on his second book, ‘The Burma Road, a history of World War Two’s...
Beef Hormone Crisis
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...Agent Orange", a lethal toxin manufactured during the Vietnam War. Monsanto's version contained extremely high levels of dioxin, and therefore when both Monsanto and Dow (another company responsible for the production of "Agent Orange") were ordered to pay out millions of dollars to war veterans who had been poisoned by their own weapons, Monsanto took the brunt of the financial damages. In 1985, Monsanto took over a company that had just started producing "Nutrasweet", a low... Beef Hormone Crisis The beef hormone crisis is an example of the unfortunate connection between science and capitalistic intent. In the advent of the majority of scientific breakthroughs, an individual or a corporation stands to...
Orange juice target market
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...Orange Juice The target market that is being depicted from the first advertisement of Golden Circle juice is the middle class families and people who do not like orange pulp in the juice. The product is an Orange juice. The product is a normal consumer good that is not durable and is full of nutrients and energy. The orange juice is very famously drank by everyone around the world and so here. The pricing is according to the ingredients used by the manufacturers and apart from that the target market has been kept as the factor in deciding the price. The promotion is being done through advertisements and signboards the USP of the product depicted... Establish & Adjust the marketing mix Golden Circle...
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