Criminal Law 2
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...Amy is to examine the different types of assault that she could be charged with and the charging standard set by the CPS. The most minor charge that could be brought in this instance is a charge for common assault as described under s39 of the Criminal Justice Act. Under this section an assault is committed if a person assaults another or commits a battery. An assault has been defines as when a person intentionally or recklessly causes another too apprehend the immediate infliction of unlawful force1. A battery is when a person intentionally and recklessly applies unlawful force to another2. Section 39 assaults are dealt... 160815     The starting point in deciding what charges can be brought against Amy ...
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...Amy, who agrees to purchase the minibuses on the condition that they are re-sprayed white. So, Amy made a cross offer, stating that she would accept Cheryl’s offer if this condition was respected. In the case of Tinn v... work In Cheryl’s situation, the main legal issues that have to be clarified are the following Should Cheryl’s advertisement in the local newspaper about her selling the two black ford transit minibuses for £15,000 be considered as an offer to enter into a contract? 2. If yes, does she have a contract with any of the three parties that have expressed their willingness to accept her offer? It is a fact that Cheryl wanted to sell her two minibuses and, as a result, she placed an advertisem...
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...Amy E.. 2010. Critical End of Year Issues Arising from Federal Health Care Reform. Sullivan & Worcester. Oct. 20, 2010. Web. 26 Sep. 2012. < http://www.sandw.com/news-publications-325.html>... Health Care Reform One of the most critical issues on reforms in the healthcare sector is that of offering coverage for over-the-counter medicine ordrugs. This is due to the existence of health reimbursement arrangements that disallow flexible spending accounts (Dubitzky, Guadagnoli and Sheridan). As a result, this reform in the healthcare sector will bring about a policy that ensures there is no reimbursement for the cost of over-the-counter drugs or medication. However, there is no change to the coverage offered...
Hairstyles of the Damned Discussion
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...Amy Schaffer, give a big black eye to Lisa Hensel, or be in a hair-pulling incident with Polly Winchensky (Meno 4). Gretchen is not like other girls. Brian loved his father because he is quiet unlike his mother who is unpredictable at times attributed... Full Hairstyles of the Damned (An essay discussion) 26 June Question No one problem that Brian has with Gretchen is he is in love with her but does not know how to profess his love. Additionally, his complex emotional responses to Gretchen are colored by his perception that Gretchen is acting like a tomboy most of the time. She does not act feminine like most of the other girls but instead can be rough and masculine such as when twisting the arm of Amy...
Extra- curricular activities
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...Amy. “The role of school-based extracurricular activities in adolescent: A comprehensive review and future directions.” Review of Educational Research 75.2 (2005): 159-210. Print. Feldman reviewed... Supervisor’s 15 April Extra-Curricular activities Camacho, Daisy, and Fuligni, Andrew. “Extracurricular participation among adolescents from immigrant families.” Journal of Youth Adolescence (2014): 1-12. Print. The authors investigated motivational effects of extracurricular activities on 11th grade students from immigrant populations. Using empirical data, results identified benefits of extracurricular activities, though greater among first generation immigrants than third generation. Feldman, Amy. “T...
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...Amy. "Group Process in the Challenger Launch Decision (A)." HBS Case 9-603-068 (2002). Print Edmondson, Amy. "Group Process in the Challenger Launch Decision (B)." HBS Case 9-603-070 (2003). Print Edmondson, Amy. "Group Process in the Challenger Launch Decision (C)." HBS Case 9-603-072 (2003). Print Edmondson, Amy. "Group Process in the Challenger Launch Decision (D)." HBS Case 9-603-073 (2003). Print... Group Process in the Challenger Launch Decision Q The Challenger was NASA STS program’s 25th mission, which was meant to deploy a comet observer and a Satellite (Edmondson; A 1). This particular flight took place in an environment that placed massive demands on its success. Beginning in the 1960s, NASA ...
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...Tan, F. (1996).The role of information technology: assisting management to assess the strategic potential of IT. New York: University of Auckland.... Introduction Information technology has become a powerful and invaluable tool to drive development, support growth, promote innovation and enhance competitiveness. It offers opportunities for countries that are developing. Nations around should connect and join together as a networked community through information technology. Unlike the system based on paper that was unreliable, prone to errors and slow, information technology reduces cost, time and errors, and captures timely information. The role played by technology is evident in the development and ...
Clinical immunology
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...Tan , Lebeck & Nehlsen-Cannarella , 2012... ? CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY al Affiliation) Question Christopher tested positive to milk, peanut and tree nuts. The body’s immune system reacts to the proteins contained in the allergens hence causing the manufacture of immunoglobulin E to neutralize the allergens (Sichere & Wood, 2012). This reaction causes the body to show symptoms of allergy. When he consumed any of the above foods, he suffered from eczema. Eczema is a condition where a patient gets red scaly rashes on the skin it is common in infants (Wong, 2010). Question 2 Christopher has positive allergen specific IgE to house dust mites because in this case smaller units are studied as compared to the skin...
Estimating
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...Tan (Angle) x the known distance. The accuracy of this method is often =0.5 or -0.5. In my opinion, trigonometry method is better than the other methods since it has minimal error. The total load exerted by the bell tower can be estimated using the formula Total load= load per floor x the number of stories. Since the bell tower is entirely constructed using concrete, the weight of the walls and floors can be estimated as W= area of floors and walls x average weight per squire meters. The average weight of concrete per cubic meters=2400kg. Each story can be approximated to be 3 x 3 x10= 90m3. there are 8 floors each 3 x 3=72m3. =(90 x6)m3 + 72m3=540+72. Approximate weight...
Solid modeling
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...Tan 41) This system influenced the development of ACIS, Parasolid, and later solid modeling system. One of the very first developers of computer aided design ASCON, started the internal improvement of its individual solid modeler back in 1990’s (Siu and Tan 42). In 2012, the scientific division of the ASCON turned into a separate corporation and was called C3D labs (Siu and Tan 42). It was given the duty of creating the C3D modeling system as a separate product. Other significant contributions originated from Mäntylä, particularly his GWB, as well as from GPM... Table of Contents 1 2 2History of Solid Modeling before and after computer-aided design 2 3Advantages of Solid Modeling 4 4Uses of Computer Aide...
Hematology
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...tan... Hematology A Granulocytes (Neutrophil, Basophil, and Eosinophil) Monocytes Lymphocytes Cell size Eosinophil and Neutrophil are about 10-16 µm while Basophil is 10-14 µm. 12-20 µm. 8-15 µm including small, intermediate and large lymphocyte. N: C ratio 30 % for Eosinophil and Basophil, while Neutrophil is about 30- 40 %. 50 %. 80 % for small and 50 % for large. Nuclear position Central. Peripheral. Peripheral. Nuclear color/chromatin pattern Coarse chromatin. Fine chromatin. Dense chromatin. Nucleus Segmented and lobed in Eosinophil and Neutrophil but non-segmented in Basophil. Kidney-shaped. Round Cytoplasm color and quantity Cytoplasm is large, irregular and dark in Basophil. Pink-tan cyt...
Discuss and Compare two Care Philosophers
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...Amy (a girl) and Jake whether a man whose wife is dying... Comparison of two Care Philosophers: Carol Gilligan and Joan Tronto Care ethics is a group of normative ethical theories developed by feminist that measure the morality of actions depending on the response. This is unlike the deontological and consequentiality theory whose main emphasis is on impartiality and universal standards. Care ethics respond to the moral question “how to responds” and not “what is just”. This theory is based on the interdependency of human beings where one’s decisions affect several others. The forms in which other people are affected by one’s decision depend on their vulnerability. It is thus prudent to take the level...
American lliterature
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...Amy Lincoln. "Overview of American literature." Teaching African American Literature 15 November 2012. Print.... Jacob’s works in comparison to Douglas’s though similar differed in the literary and political circumstances in which they were written. Douglas’s work propagated an Emersonian ideology while Jacobs was a sentimental, domestic novel. In his narration Douglas was the hero asserting his individual morality to a vile society while Jacobs story emphasized on family, modesty and marriage. Equiano on the other hand appealed to his audience through Christianity (Taylor 2). In the speech “A house divided”, Lincoln was of the view that the issue of slavery had to be resolved once and for all and in the...
Fed Undertakes QE3 with $40 Billion Monthly Mortgage Backed Securities Purchase
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...Amy, Kaufman, Dowhan. Essays That Will Get You Into College. Barron’s Educational Series, Inc, 1998. Reprinted.... Altanzul Enkhbat Bernie Cabral Eng302-BO3 Fed Undertakes QE3 with $40 Billion Monthly Mortgage Backed Securities Purchase - Work shopping The essay is first and foremost well researched on. It is informative and has an abundance of information regarding the subject matter. It also contains an array of issues that relate to the assignment as the content of the essay sends out a good message to the reader. This, I believe is the paper’s greatest strength. This paper in general achieves its ultimate goal, there are no abstractions and the overall paper works. However, the first paragraph is rat...
Individual Topic Proposal Paper for the Final Project: Improving advisory program for UMD international students and conclusion
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...Amy L. Deuink, Marianne Seiler, The Library Student Advisory Board: Why Your Academic Library Needs It and How to Make It Work, McFarland, 2009... Topic: Improving advisory program for UMD international • Problem: Advisory program for the international students in UMD lacks proper organization. This is because it does not offer adequate resources to students in their endeavor to success. There is also lack of information among the students, on the services offered by advisory program. The advisory program would be more helpful if it displayed proper organization and relevance to the lives of all students for whom it is meant. • Audience/customer: The director and officials of UMD international program. ...
Political Science Discussion 2
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...Amy B. Eyes on Spies: Congress and the United States Intelligence Community. Stanford, Calif: Hoover Institution Press/Stanford University, 2011. Print.... Political Science Discussion Representative Congress It is important to understand that the members of Congress are representative of the American people in several ways. This can be viewed in terms of their terms in office. For instance, the fact that they only take two years in office before they go for reelection is clear evidence that the members are representative of the American people (Zegart, 27). Other than the above, the demographic variables also prove that the members of Congress are representative of the people. For instance, the issue...
Social influence for social psychology class
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...Amy and her friends. Although he knows he has work to do, he wants to be liked and accepted, and therefore goes to a party instead. There is one instance of obedience to authority in the example text which many college students are familiar with. Obedience to authority is defined as when “people obey either out of fear or out of a desire to appear cooperative--even when acting against their own better judgment and desires,” (Encina, 2004). In the example, Juan has been caught arriving to class late. He knows that theoretically, he could talk his way out... ? A Day in the Life: Social Influence in the Life Section, March 9, A Day in the Life: Social Influence in the Life of Students The social behavior of ...
Proportional representative system in U.K
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...Amy 22). Additionally, the London Mayoral elections have used form of election in the past. However, proportional representation has never been used in the national elections, in the UK, with pluralist elections being the mode of choice. Proportional representation has been used all over Europe in some form and has been a pet subject for the Liberal Democrats for a while, as well... Proportional Representative System in the UK Proportional representation refers to a wide array of electoral systemsin which parliamentary seats are apportioned according to the cast votes. In the UK, some form of this proportional representation has been practiced with devolution elections in Wales being a good example (Amy ...
Write an action plan for wellness that is custom designed for your use. Include recommendations offered in the textbook. Remember to cite any sources used, including the textbook
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...Amy Kreydin Writing Profile | Suite101.com. Retrieved May 18, 2012, from http://amykreydin.suite101.com/how-to-create-a-wellness-plan-a162974 How to Start an Exercise Program . (n.d.). WebMD - Better information. Better health.. Retrieved May 18, 2012, from http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/features/how-start-exercise-program... Customized Wellness Program Every effective weight loss and achieving a healthy lifestyle are based on a wellness plan that works. A wellness plan stems from the acceptance of a need for an individual to have a health routine that should shape the kind of lifestyle they will eventually live. Creating a wellness plan should not be a template that everybody should be in. The...
Hospitals in Islam
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...Amy Singer. Poverty and Charity in Middle Eastern Contexts. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007. Web Doak, Robin S. Empire of the Islamic World. New York: Chelsea House, 2010. Print. Swartley, Keith E. Encountering the World of Islam. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Books, 2005. Print.... Hospitals in Islam Hospitals have been around for a long time and it is interesting to think that there was a time that none existed. Hospitals are social inventions and there are the Caliphs to thank for it. Caliphs were the titles given to civic and religious leaders in the Islamic world, which included Persia, Syria, India, Turkey and Egypt. Early hospitals were sanatoria and travel lodges that were close or...
Case study (Social work)
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...Amy’s strength is her academic background and knowledge of social issues; as a white female academic, she took a year-long sabbatical in order to connect her academic experience with the practical reality of working in the field. She was determined to expose the link between... ? Theoretical approaches to social work Introduction In today’s world it has become more and more important for the professional social worker to be self reflective and critical in terms of understanding the underlying beliefs of their position and practice, and how their principles and philosophies are affected by the context of that practice. In fact critical reflection is considered essential for encouraging social workers to...
Film review the film is No Country For Old Man
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...Amy Biancolli succinctly notes, “he is diabolical in this guise, and he would be even if he didn’t stroll through the movie plugging holes into foreheads with a compressed-air tank. Few actors can play single-mindedness as chillingly as Bardem...” (Biancolli, 2007) The screenplay is laced with a morbid, dark sense of humor, which goes well with the underlying plot structure. There are semblances to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but in terms of symbolism and metaphor No Country is richer. Especially striking are metaphors of evil... ?Movie Review: No Country For Old Men: No Country for Old Men is a crime-thriller movie, directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, and released in the year 2007. The film stars Tommy...
Human resource Take home exam
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...Amy Delpo, 2007). such a case of serious misconduct in the case of the grievant eventually led to his expulsion from the company as the manager was convinced over time to the relative insensitivity... Human Resource a) Progressive Discipline The disciplinary systems in place within companies for employees are aimed at ensuring decorum and integritywithin the workplace. Among the various types of such systems, progressive discipline is a methodology where there is a provision for a graduating set of responses that are influences by the performance of the employee as well as problems related to conduct at the workplace. As such, the pace of disciplinary measures under the progressive system ranges from...
High school graduation speech
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...Amy C... High School Graduation Speech Ever since I completed my examinations, I have been filled with anxiety about how sweet life after high school would be with no dawns and late night flipping over voluminous books. I know exactly how most of you, if not all, are feeling right now. As the saying goes, all that has a beginning must have an end. However, am not trying to instill a culture of laziness in you because we still have a long way to go. This is only the end of a beginning and we must all focus on the future. It is a good spirited fight we have fought and like any war, victory must be rewarded. Unfortunately, in this kind of war, every warrior is often rewarded differently based on individual ...
The Film Gods not Dead
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...Amy a blogger. Mark refuses to visit the mother in hospital and at the same time his girlfriend ignores calls from the doctor. When she finally agrees to go to the doctor, the doctor reveals to her that she is suffering from cancer. When she shares these sad news with her boyfriend... The Film God’s not Dead s al Affiliation The Film God’s not Dead God’s not dead is a film directed by Harold Cronk and was released by Pure Flinx Entertainment on March 21 2014. This film stars characters such as Dean Cain, David A.R. White, Kevin Sorbo and Shane Harper. This film is a Christian drama that aims to show that God is real and alive. It has been received with mixed reactions by the viewers. There are those who...
Adoption
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...Amy, 2004). The objections raised by the antagonists are belong to the old school of thought. They might have been valid a few decades ago, but they have no place in the modern world. I fervently object to their way of thoughts regarding the adoption of children by single couples, gays and couples of different cultures. I support that any prospective person should be considered for adoption as long as they meet the requirements. It is understandable that child rearing is a difficult task (Pearson Education, n.d.). However, singles can enlist the help of friend, relatives, or nannies when they cannot attend to the needs of their adopted child. A major question to pose to the antagonists... Adoption...
Escape from Tomorrow
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...Amy, 2012, pg. 106). Moore categorically presents his main character Jim with all the characteristics that contemporary fathers and husbands go through. The author goes ahead to indicate to the audience that the delusions of Jim lead to his death. Movies and films in the same genre as Escape from Tomorrow have a happy conclusion unlike Moore’s story where Jim dies in his delusions. Another similar film similar to Escape from Tomorrow is Mary Poppins that has the context of the family and a theme that points out problems within the family set-up (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25xPAyNLQv4). Comparing the two movies, Moore... Escape from Tomorrow of Escape from Tomorrow Escape from Tomorrow is a film...
Global Virtual Teams
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...Tan, & Wei, 2007). The next step would be to evaluate the technical and project management skills of the team members. This attribute would enable the manager achieve functional diversity so as to increase innovation as well as increase task conflict that will encourage communication and eventual... ?We will assume company X is American and so is its manager who wants to target the Japanese market. To evaluate the cultural differences that could lead to difficulties in working with a team from Japan, we shall begin by looking at the five bipolar dimensions of culture identified by Geert Hofstede as: power distance, uncertainty avoidance, individualism, masculinity, and long-term orientation (“Geert...
Art Appreciation- Principles of Design
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...tan of the path, but these medium tones are few when compared to the light and dark ones. Another obvious contrast is between the wildness of the forest and the civilization of the village... The work of art chosen to analyze is ‘Stoke-by-Nayland’ by John Constable (1811). This painting was created in the medium of oil on canvas with the dimensions of 11 1/8 x 14 1/4 in. (28.3 x 36.2 cm) (Constable 1811). Constable was born at East Bergholt, Suffolk to a wealthy family (Wilson n.d.). Constable studied at the Royal Academy in 1799 (Wilson n.d.). Most of Constable’s notable works were sketches and paintings of nature. Wilson (n.d.) explains: Once in London, Constable studied Old Master landscapes in the co...
Introduction to Banking
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...Amy Bennett's account (it is not specified in the case if it was a current or a savings bank account) was in overdraft to the extent of 2,500 implying that she was a borrower of the bank .The bank had written her three months back at the address in record with the bank to obtain repayment of the money owed to the bank. The case facts reveal that this account was linked in some manner with her employment in an earlier job. Either she used to receive salary directly in that account or deposit a good proportion of salary in this account after receiving it elsewhere. It is for this monthly... ___________ ____________ ____August 2006 Introduction to Banking Part A - Lending proposition Prior to dwelling upon...
Salary Disparity in USA
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...Tan, 1998). Milkovich and Newman (1996 as cited in Keaveny & Inderrieden, 2000) claim that men are more probable to pursue high-paying jobs and industries. Job inputs as a predictor of pay equity have been taken into account mostly from the point of view of equity theory. Although equity theory premises put emphasis on comparing a proportion of a person’s inputs and outputs to a related other, Jacques (1961 as cited in Keaveny & Inderrieden, 2000) claims that workers may develop salary expectations founded on job features only, and discount what other workers are performing. The empirical reports are varied. Hills (1980 as cited in Keaveny & Inderrieden, 2000) located... , 34(1), 1. Gasser,...
Health Care Informatics
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...Tan et al, 1998) f. The uses... HEALTH CARE INFORMATICS: e. The uses of decision aids and decision support systems: - Decision Support System (DSS) in health care can be definedin very simple words as a system that assists and enables clinicians and any health professional in making a decision towards right diagnosis and apt treatment. Although it comprises mainly software with all necessary/relevant data for instant analyses, it could not be confined only to computers, since the chief factors are knowledge base and information base. The ever growing information base is virtually sifted through knowledge base, for which computer is the best tool. Diagnosis is a process of determining by clinical examina...
Rotana Hotels
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...Tan, 2009, p.1). This sets the tone for the entire set of short-term objectives that will be established at Rotana, including how to organize authority (vertical or horizontal), what capital investments to make, and how to establish controls... Planning and Rotana Hotels BY YOU YOUR HERE HERE Planning and Rotana Hotels Goals and Rotana Expansion By establishing goals, it sets outthe template by which the entire organization and the strategic objectives will be structured. Goals are long-term and usually broad accomplishments that the business desires to achieve and are often team-focused. The goal of Rotana Hotels is to “have a property located in every key city in the Middle East and North Africa” (Tan, ...
Analysis Of Speech Event
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...Tan; Herbst:19962 ). Distance language is characterized by a high degree of pre-planning and permanence, by intensive and compact texts, and a high density of information. Linguistic features are, for example, a lack of contact signals or hesitation phenomena, hypotaxis, a lexically high type-token relation (1990: 50-120 as cited by Tan; Herbst:1996). When answering questions on actions to be taken in Afghanistan, (p.5 of transcripts of the interview), Tony Blair’s reply is emphatic and totally focused, showing an example of distance language. Proximity language on the other hand exhibits little preplanning, permanence, or extensive texts, and a low...
The impact of the Singaporean Culture on starting a new business ( this is my part of a bigger project)
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...Tan (n.d., p. 5) found that certain demographics like gender, marital status, and company ownership significantly affected intention as well as desirability. In short, Singaporeans consider the establishment of a business... ?The impact of the Singaporean Culture on starting a new business Singapore is amongst the fastest growing nations in Asia and has a very healthy economy. “Singapore has a free trade policy where most of the goods except certain items like fish, medicines, cosmetics, arms, coffee and animals and birds among others can be imported without any quota restrictions” (Moveandstay.com, 2012). However, exports to some countries like the US, Canada, and Germany have quota restrictions. Tan...
The Characters of a short story are often alienated and isolated figures operating on the Fringes of society
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...tan lejos, le parecer bien ir a buscarlo cada da, conmigo, por las calles de la ciudad... Que Dios pueda... Isolated and Alienated Characters In Short-Stories The characters of a short-story are often alienated and isolated figures operating on the fringes of society. The conflictive nature of every short-story produces chaotic characters that behave in a strange manner. This is very common in fiction as we will see studying the short-stories "Al Colegio" ("To School") by Carmen Laforet and "La Felicidad" ("Happiness") by Ana Mara Matute. Both stories present a rare kind of characterisation in the main figures. Carmen Laforet liked to express herself in simple, concise prose as Michael Eaude (2004) t...
Shear box
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...tan?----------------------------------------------------------------------------(1) c stands for cohesion, ? as an effective normal stress, ? as the angle of friction, ?f as the shear strength, and the shear box test, is defined by BS 1337: This experiment deals with shear resistance of a soil sample. The aim was to use a direct shear box test and a granular soil sample to determine its volumetric displacement and its shear resistance. In this case, a square prism of soil... Lab Report, Engineering and Construction: Shear box The aim of this experiment was to ascertain the maximum shear stress, which can be applied to any given soil sample in a given direction. The shear stress defines the soils shear...
Research Methodology and Research Design
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...Tan (Langan-Fox & Tan, 1997) have set out a methodology to measure organizational culture by implementing a repertory grid technique. Their study assumes the view point that an objective study offers rigor of research, in its suitability for theoretical testing, in developing universal statements, and in facilitating intra- and inter-unit comparisons. They have set out to test the theory based on past research evidence and hypothesis. Setting out my study on a similar paradigm as laid by Fox and Tan, the hypothesis... RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND RESEARCH DESIGN Id: Module Supervisor: Word Count: 1500 words excluding inline references and bibliography College Details: Date of Submission: 22nd April 2010 ...
How can organisations ensure that information held within their information systems is both secure and also used in an ethical and socially responsible manner
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...Tan, & Wei... Running Head: Information in Organizations Information in Organizations [Institute’s Information in Organizations Introduction The business environment is highly competitive in the 21st century as free market economies, which run by the principles of supply and demand, are becoming more prevalent. While no economy is completely a free market economy without any government intervention, most economies are at least partially free market. This intensifies competition as businesses seek to attract customers based on prices, quality, and other unique selling propositions. An essential part of the business process is the processing and dissemination of information. Businesses rely upon accurate...
The rule in Salomon v Salomon & Co [1897] AC 22 has been described as one of the corner stones of English Company Law. Discuss the rationale and impact of the decision on company law
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...Tan, 1999). In essence, it can be said that the law operates to give protection to directors and shareholders from the company’s liabilities that it may have accumulated in the outside world. Since its inception, the lodestar of the company law is effectively treated as the integrity of the separate personality of the company. As such, the lifting of the corporate veil can only take place under very... Salomon v Salomon & Co [1897] AC 22 Introduction The decision made by the House of Lords regarding Salomon vSalomon & Co Ltd confirms Gooley’s observation that indeed, the separation of legal entity doctrine was a “double-edged sword” (Googey, 1995). On the level ground, it was a near perfect decision....
Reflect on readings related to race/racism and/or gender and sexual identity
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...Tan, 2004) In the society and the learning institutions, classification based on race is usually seen as very outstanding bearing in mind that the society in which we live in is divided into tribes/ ethnic groups and hence the racial classification. It is a common practice to hear people commenting about the differences amongst the various races which exist in the society and even bringing... Number: Racist 6th October Race/racism, Gender and Sexual Identity Introduction Racism,gender and sexual identity and orientation are major issues of concern which have been assimilated in our society and continue to be passed on from one generation to another in understanding the values and behaviors of human...
Salary Diparity
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...Tan, 1998). Milkovich and Newman (1996 as cited in Keaveny & Inderrieden, 2000) claim that men are more probable to pursue high-paying jobs and industries. Job inputs as a predictor of pay equity have been taken into account mostly from the point of view of equity theory. Although equity theory premises put emphasis on comparing a proportion of a person’s inputs and outputs to a related other, Jacques (1961 as cited in Keaveny & Inderrieden, 2000) claims that workers may develop salary expectations founded on job features only, and discount what other workers are performing. The empirical reports are varied. Hills (1980 as cited in Keaveny & Inderrieden, 2000) located... Running Head: Salary Disparity...
Current mobile computing and the benefits
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...Tan, 2006, para. 4). This trend is sure to lead to greater innovation in the future... Mobile computing has revolutionized the way we work and interact with others. It has enabled a level of productivity that is no longer confined by time or space. Blackberries and other PDAs, wireless capable laptop computers, cellular telephones, and satellite technologies like global positioning systems and satellite radios have all come together to create a technological and communications network into which people are plugged virtually 24/7. The upshot for today's business has been reduced cost brought about by greater productivity and less need for traditional brick-and-mortar office space. "By allowing employees...
Critical Analysis of a curriculum model
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...Tan-Niam (2000, p.140) reiterates that parents’ expectations for their kindergarten children “includes a curriculum of high academic... Critical Analysis of a Curriculum Model THE SINGAPORE KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM Sin Yan Lan, Grace No: 90849158 Table of Contents Page No. INTRODUCTION ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 DISCUSSION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 The Singapore Kindergarten Curriculum: Cultural, Political and ...
Production of one tonne of a bioproduct by fermentation process
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...Tan, 2005) Fermentation time The fermentation of the sugar syrup may take several days to several months in an uncontrolled environment but in a controlled environment the fermentation time can be reduced to 2-3 days. Fermentation time can... Production of One Tonne of a Bio-Product by Fermentation Process: Vinegar Production of One Tonne of a Bio-Product by Fermentation Process: Vinegar Introduction Bio-products are the most commonly utilized products that have been in use for many years. Vinegar is a common food ingredient that is used in majority of the foods. Vinegar is mainly extracted from the fruits and crops. The major ingredient of the vinegar is the acetic acid. Industrially vinegar is produced ...
Individual vs group incentive plans
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...Tan, Zhang and Xia 277). The group attitude may also cause underachieving employees to embrace failure because they are sure that the top achievers will complete the allocated tasks. The setbacks may cause organizational malfunction due to the low employee output rates. Works Cited Gneezy, Uri, Stephan Meier, and Pedro Rey-Biel. When And Why Incentives (Dont) To Modify Behavior. The Journal of Economic Perspectives 25.4 (2011): 191-210. Print. KAUHANEN... Individual incentive plans vs. Group incentives Individual incentive plans Firms have embraced individual incentive plans due to the benefits that they incur. From an organizational perspective, the individual motivation plans may be incorporated due...
Womens Movement in the 19th and 20th Century
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...Amy Slagell (2002), “Willard knew that by recruiting, organizing and energizing interested women to being their work of transforming the world as she believed they were called to do, women would come to a new awareness of their power so... Women’s Movement in the 19th and 20th Century Americans began moving into the cities at the end of the19th century as the industrial revolution continued to grow. Part of this move included bringing their women in from the fields to the internal sitting rooms of the middle class. This new middle class culture developed what has been labeled the Cult of the True Woman by Barbara Welter in the mid-1960s (1966). “The onset of industrialization at the beginning of the...
Readings (Parents Guide to Vaccines, An Epidemic of Fear, and Study Linking Vaccines and Autism Fraud)
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...Amy Wallace. It projects how Offit has become the primary target of grass-root movements which oppose systematic vaccination of children and the laws that need it. Herd immunity is a key concept explained in the articles. According... Readings: From the first reading it can be concluded that Wakefield and his colleagues rigged the results by altering facts about the patients in thestudy. Brian Deer, a journalist claimed that despite Wakefield’s assertion that 12 children studied were normal till they had the MMR, five of them had previously encountered developmental problems. All cases were twisted and mis-represented when Deer compared the data with the medical records. This study raises serious doubts...
Sales training
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...Amy 79). All power points will be colorful and animated and questions must be used at each stage to evoke critical thinking from trainees. A laptop, projector and white board will be availed for the purpose of this training session. Video A sales marketing video will be obtained from youtube.com and will be availed in the last session. The video will cover field marketing and will present different scenarios that are likely to be experienced during training. Person to person sales and making sales in a conference will be two scenarios that will be captured in the video. The CD will be provided and played through... Human Resource Sales Training, Development Stage Content Generation Questionnaire A...
James Thurber and Humor
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...Amy M.). Humor's potency has being well documented and its role in comforting interactions proven by many research studies. Having a good laugh releases tensions and stress. According to Bippus, humor can promote better understanding between partners than literal communication alone. The modes of using humor are multifaceted, however they include techniques like changing perspectives, introduction of optimistic thinking and bringing on positive mood. Quality of humor is necessary for the best efficacy of comforting interactions, as humor allows... to raise viewer ship of "collegehumor.com" to nearly eight million users a month. This brand of humor is however restricted to small group of...
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