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...Annotation- "The Ant of the Self" The short story, “The Ant of the Self” by Z.Z. Packer, is an account of a young boy, Spurgeon, who is in continuous conflict with his father, Ray, who is inappreciative and indifferent toward the physical and emotional needs of his son. Spurgeon is a college student, and is a debate champion. He bails him out of the jail using the money that he earns through winning a debate. Ray does not appreciate it, and tells him that investment brings opportunities. Spurgeon does not want to go on the Million Man March that Ray insists upon going because going there will cancel the debate that Spurgeon wants to attend. Ray has to sell his Black Panthers... Your full February 23,...
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...Annotation The article “Superstitious to the Bone” is by Annabel Lau. The matter of the article is the contribution of bodily movement to human beings’ superstition (Lau 1). The article is pretty much an outline of a study conducted by psychologists to unearth the relationship between superstition and physical behavior. The gist of the narrative is the method employed by this study and its findings (Lau 1). Lau reflects on the study’s findings while drawing one key conclusion that mirrors that made by the researchers themselves. The thesis of the article is that human beings’ superstition appears to rest within their bodies as much as in bewitched items and distrustful...
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...Annotation: Caulkins, Jonathan P., et al. Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs to KnowRG. Oxford University Press, 2012. The authors discuss whether the federal government should legalize marijuana as a drug. The book is aimed at enabling the reader to come up with an informed correct opinion in relation to the topic while sweeping away some fallacious arguments that are being fronted by both sides. The authors have divided the book into two sections with sixteen chapters. The book does not possess a conclusion. However, each author expresses his or her stance on the topic (marijuana legalization) in chapter 16. The authors unanimously... Should the Federal Government Legalize Marijuana? Book...
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...ANNOTATION OF THE NEW YORK TIME’S ARTICLE “AS ECONOMY SLOWS, CHINA EASES MONETARY POLICY” [your teacher’s of the course] [date] In September 2008, the Politburo, China’s highest-ranking decision-making body announces a change in the monetary policy in the economy. As the country for the long time employs a tightening policy in order to combat inflation, the country takes on a reverse direction through a loosening monetary policy. In order to sustain development in the country, the Politburo believes that previous efforts are not enough when protecting the country from the global economic downturn. As the country’s exports begin to slow, its real estate industry weakens, and the lost... A MACROECONOMIC...
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...Annotation #5 Week 5 s In my life, there was one defining moment that influenced my life in a significant way. In one, incidence, in my life, had a chance to visit one of the foster cares in the country. In the foster care environment, there were elderly most of which were veterans of the Vietnamese war. I had a chance of interacting with one of the elders and he narrated to me of the situations in the war. He described the horrible state of the war and nerve-wrecking situation that he had gone through. These effects had led to depressive situation in the elder and hence his long stays in the foster care. After this period, I developed a passion for taking care, not just...
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...Annotation of Chapter 9: Bosnia: “No More than Witnesses at a Funeral” The genocide in Bosnia began earnestly in 1991, but it took two administrations before the United States did something to actually stop it. In Chapter 9: Bosnia: “No More than Witnesses at a Funeral,” Power describes the history and development of conflict at Bosnia. Furthermore, she criticizes the idleness of the Bush and Clinton administrations in ending the carnage that they knew were happening. She understands the political and economic barriers to preventing Serbian forces from killing Muslim and Croatian Bosnians, but she believes that the U.S. has the moral imperative to stop genocide through different methods... 13 October...
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...Annotation #6- Mandatory Parent, Marc. “Turning Stones: My Days and Nights with Children at Risk.” New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1998. Print. In chapter three, it begins by description of the living and working condition in the city. Marc describes how he and his friend arrive home late from work. He also indicated how often they get tired after work. Marc also indicates that they share one room with James. On the other hand, Marc juxtaposes the living condition with one of the opulent in the city. He notes of a culture shock when he attends one of the evening event in which there was a performance by various dance groups. At the same time, Marc shed some light on Regina...
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...HRM practices affiliation HRM practices HRM practice and employee attitudes: different measures-different results. Authors: Fiona Edgar and Alan Geare Source: Emerald Group Publishing Limited Analysis information The article is about the relationship of HRM strategies and employee attitudes. The information provided in the article is based on the authors owns experience and research. The authors base their arguments on both original research analysis and other sources that dwell on the same topic. The article also focuses on different HRM strategies and how they display different results. The article targets experts in human resource industry, employers, employees and the general public... practices ...
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...Annotation 1. Sicko by Michael Moore is a documentary film of 2007 which investigated health care issues in the United States (Moore film). The film focused specifically on health insurance and the pharmaceutical industry. Moore compared universal health care systems in United Kingdom, Cuba, France Canada and US. The research revealed that about fifty million Americans were uninsured while the rest of the Americans were victims of company fraud and red tape despite the fact that they were covered by the insurance. The World Health Organization ranks the health care system in US 37 out of 191(Moore film). The organization took appropriate health measures like infant...
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...Annotation of Articles Waking Up from a Nightmare in Bosnia by Ty Burr. Burr, Ty. “Waking Up from a Nightmare in Bosnia.” Boston.com. March 9, 2007. Web. 5 September 2012. Burr’s movie review offers candid advice about the movie Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams directed by Jasmila Zbanic. He his review, Burr gives a clear description of the characters and the events that take place in the movie. In fact, one can effortlessly apprehend the gist of the entire movie. The source of this information is no doubt credible. Being a newspaper company, only valid and well researched information is bound to be published. In fact, The Boston Globe is among the top ten... History and Political Science 5 September...
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...Annotation The story is told of a nation that is just coming to terms with liberalism. For a long time the United States of America had been under the British colony. As the story begins, a lead character who is also the persona in the story introduces the readers to a series of brutality and inhuman murders targeted at a single group within the American population. It is not easy to accept the changes that have come with independence and the challenges that these pose is threatening to break the social fabric that holds the nation. During the period of the agrarian revolution, massive labor was required. To mitigate this high demand, the masters of the farmlands were compelled... Shame of the Nation...
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...Annotation The article “Destroying to Save: Idealism and Pragmatism in Alice Walkers "Everyday Use” by Joe Sarnowski tells about the difficult and ambivalent nature of American culture - the combination of pragmatism and idealism. The author suggests that it is this complex mix of absolutely opposite directions that causes numerous problems for the whole nation generally. Pragmatism presupposes taking feasible and attainable actions considering the real situation while idealism presupposes pursuing perfection in any possible way (2012). This ambivalence is observed in American politics, mentality, and culture. However, the author claims that is important to deny the existence... Scholarly Article...
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...Annotation: Lao Tzu- Tao Te Ching Lao Tzu is one of the greatest Chinese philosophers who lived in the 6th century B.C, although this has been subject for debate in modern philosophy. He is known to have authored many poems, which today, comprise of the great book known as Tao Te Ching; a collection of his greatest poems of all time. Having extensively authored in different fields of life, he emphasized on wisdom arising from individual thoughts. Among them, include basic ancient Chinese beliefs, common sense and natural law for societal coexistence. Given that in his era, there was little understanding and learning of literature, his literal skills still stand to amaze...
Primary Source Annotation Assignment about women history in USA
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...Annotation Assignment about women history in USA Gregory Samuel was one of the most respected lecturers of physiology in the 1840’s. His paper titled Man-Midwifery Exposed and Corrected in 1848 provides good material for the analysis of women history in the USA. The whole paper is an attempt to restore women as the custodians of the midwifery practice in Boston, New York. This paper analyzes women history in the USA as depicted by Samuel Gregory in Man-Midwifery Exposed and Corrected. Gregory depicts the female gender as the only sex allowed to perform obstetric art. He argues that this is an ancient tradition well established in ancient civilization such as Egypt, Greece... Primary Source Annotation...
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...Annotation of one of the Prescribed Journal Articles The significance of nursing and nurses is highly increasing all over the world and there are several vital issues faced by nurses in different parts of the world. In an important article, "Nursing in Hong Kong: Issues and Challenges", David R. Thompson, the Professor of Nursing and Director in the Nethersole School of Nursing, Chinese University of Hong Kong, discusses the major issues and challenges faced by nurses and nursing in Hong Kong. The issues of discussion in the article are central to the profession of nursing, at least in this particular part of the world. Introducing the role of nurses in the special...
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...Annotations Articles Annotations Three articles that proffered issues on the impact of learning motivation to various areas such as research and teaching and the influence of culture (Chen, Warden, & Chang, 2005), motivation types and self-identify changes (Yihong, Yuan, Ying, & Yan, 2007), as well as impact on academic performance (Lamb, 2008). Comparatively, the three articles are similar in terms of determining the influence of motivational factors in situations where English is a Foreign Language (EFL). The first article written by Chen, Warden & Chang (2005) delved into differentiating between integrative and instrumental motivation, prior to expounding on a case study for required... Articles...
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... Lecturer High Cost of Staying Healthy in the U.S The issue of increased medical expenses has gained increasing media attention, with the majority of Americans shocked by the extraordinary cost of medical expenses. Subsequently, various virtual news articles have been devoted to this topic. For example, Zuckerman (1), in his article ‘High Cost of Staying Well’, elucidates that certain kinds of cancer treatments ride into the hundreds of thousands of dollars and an emergency room visit can exceed the cost of a car. Americans wonder why medical care costs keep rising and yet in almost every industry, advances in technology drive cost down. On average, Americans spend 20 to 30 or even 100 times...
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... Animal’s People Animal’s People is a novel written by Indra Sinha about the lives of people in a town of Khaufpur. The gives an account of a seventeen-year-old man named Animal from the town of Khaufpur. The story is based on the tragic night that many town people are killed. The writer tells the story of the narrator who cannot remember his name and walks on fours because of the incident that occurred in the Kampani’s factory. The narrator’s back was twisted due to the incident of the chemicals in the Kampani’s factory. The narrator says that he was once a human being and used to walk on two’s as he is told by those who knew him, “the people who survive the horrible chemical fog... Animal’s People...
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...United s of America feel proud to help the poor children in education field. Her prime ambitious is to educate the world specially the poor children who want to educate themselves but could not afford the expenses occurred on their education. USA has already done a lot in this regard but still doing reforms in her policies to help the poor by offering free education. Huge amount is spending every year in this program. This amount is given to each state irrespective to their race, color or religion. Marian Wright Edelman discusses the author of the Childrens Defense Fund thinks over on what has been carried out, and what needs to be carried out, to make the country and world protected... s of America...
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...Annotation of one of the Prescribed Journal Articles The significance of nursing and nurses is highly increasing all over the world and there are several vital issues faced by nurses in different parts of the world. In an important article, “Nursing in Hong Kong: Issues and Challenges”, David R. Thompson, the Professor of Nursing and Director in the Nethersole School of Nursing, Chinese University of Hong Kong, discusses the major issues and challenges faced by nurses and nursing in Hong Kong. The issues of discussion in the article are central to the profession of nursing, at least in this particular part of the world. Introducing the role of nurses in the special...
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... of due: The sociology of food Today, there is a lot of fascination on issues of food. For example, there are a number of television shows on cooking hosted by celebrity chefs and chef competition programs like ‘top chef’ among others. There is also a lot of fuss on food, cookbooks, dieting among other foods related topics. With all this fuss on food, it does not sit well that there is nothing like sociology of food. This happened because for a long time food had been associated with the home, family and women’s domestic roles thus it had been neglected as not being important. After this realization, sociologists started studying the relationship of food and society and they discovered... of due: The...
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...Annotated Bibliography Summary The issue at hand is the cost of healthcare in the United s which has sky rocketed in the past few years. In America, the high cost of health care has resulted into a great financial strain upon numerous household compared to other industrialized countries around the globe. Un-conflicting information can be traced to indicate that due to high medical expenses there is also a rise of bankruptcy amongst many citizens. Zuckerman, Mortimer. “The high cost of staying well.” US News and World Report. 18th March (2013). Viewed 18th March 2014. Zuckerman reveals that Americans incur a high cost in order to stay well. According to Zuckerman,...
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... The College Debt Crisis Beth Naef, the most successful investor in the real e business provides a tour of his more than five million dollars-house to the audience at the beginning of the Maxed Out. Wine cellars, massive kitchens, and elevators form important elements for her clients. Beth Naïf narrates to the audience that at that time she is in the process of bringing up a McMansion occupying ten thousand square feet. She concedes that if the government raises interests, her affording a property would be in vain. One of her important driving forces is that, if a person appears like he or she is making money, he or she will. The ravaging of the American Gulf coast by the Hurricane Katrina... The...
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... “The unconscious” Based on reading the essay by Françoise Meltzer, it is obvious that the term ‘unconscious is broad and difficult to define. The term cuts across almost all the fields, from philosophy, psychology, theology to literature, so what is this ‘unconscious? The term unconscious is the state at which an individual is in a coma, is in ignorance of something or a state at which an individual is asleep or is in a certain kind of innocence. From the definitions then the term can mean a condition in which an individual is senseless, insentient, inert, insensate, and insensible or even a state of comatose. Unconsciousness is characterized by the lack of awareness, for example, when one... “The...
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... Johnson, Barbara. "Writing." n.d. 39-40. This book focuses on the word writing and how it has come to be considered one of the most critical terms. The author tries to talk about the word and the aspects contained in the word, to Barbra writing is just a normal word encountered on a page. Barbara also attempts to give a brief history of writing in order to give a complete understanding of the word. She also names some great writers of the past who wrote about writing and who gave the current meaning of writing, as we know it. Even with this, Barbara insists that writing about writing is not easy and maybe controversial to some point. Johnson, Barbara. "Translator’s Introduction... Johnson, Barbara....
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...Annotation Entry Darryl Fears. U.S. climate report says global warming impact already severe. Washingtonpost.com. May 6, 2014. Summary The article explores the impact of global warming in every part of the United States. Fears lists floods, heat waves in the North East, sea level rises, and more drought and wildfires in the Southwest as some of the observable effects of global warming according to the government’s newest national assessment of climate change. The article mentions the need for action from local leaders and citizens to alleviate carbon and other gas discharges that warm the planet. Evaluation Darryl Fears warns Americans that global warming is not a distant phenomenon... Annotation...
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...Education and Freedom in American Universities Thro, W.E. (2007) , Academic Freedom: Constitutional Myths and Practical Realities, J Pers Eval Educ, 19 : 135–145 American universities have played a key role in the promotion of academic freedom in education all over the world. The importance given by these universities to ensure full freedom to the professors to decide on their research programmes and also in the communication of the results besides the classroom freedom that the faculty members enjoys without delivering any controversial messages has been the past norms for practice followed by American higher education system in the past. Also, these practices have been the driving force... and...
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...In English law, enforceability of a promise made under contract is unenforceable unless met with consideration, hence a contract as it relates to promises contained within it but which are unsupported by consideration is void ab initio. Valid consideration is characterized by the following: a. The person making the offer must be expecting something in return. b. It may be something of value (however negatory) to the offeror - the person making the contract -, or something detrimental to the offeree - the person accepting the contract. c. Consideration must be sufficient in Law but it need not be sensible in fact. d. It must usually impose an obligation in the future; it is usually... English law,...
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...Annotation Entry Harris-Perry, Melissa. "Obama Is Responsible for the Protests in Ferguson—but Not in the Way You Think." 15 Sept. 2014. The Nation. Web. 27 Feb. 2015. http://www.thenation.com/article/181381/obama-responsible-protests-ferguson-not-way-you-think#. The article, "Obama Is Responsible for the Protests in Ferguson—but Not in the Way You Think" was written by Harris-Perry Melissa and published by the Nation on September 15, 2014. It provides an insightful story about the responsibilities held by Obama as the first black US president, for the deliberate murder of Michael Brown by a racist police officer. According to Melissa, Obama does bear responsibility...
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...Annotation Entry Citation Article topic: Finding hope and reality in Obama’s speech at Selma Program Host: Gwen Ifil of publication: March 9, 2015 Basic website: pbs.org Summary Gwen Ifil engages Nia-Malika Henderson of The Washington Post and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report about President Obama’s speech at the 50th anniversary of the bloody protest at Selma, Alabama as well as the impact of Hillary Clinton’s use of personal emails on the 2016 presidential race. Gwen begins by acknowledging that the president’s speech had a lot of political impact even as he addressed the recent issues that have faced the country based on police shootings and racial biasness in...
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...Annotation Entry on a Citation about Racism in the Justice System Citation “Michelle, Alexander: Roots of Today’s Mass Incarceration Crisis Date to Slavery, Jim Crow.” DemocraryNow.Org. Wednesday March 4, 2015. Summary In the debate, Michelle, a legal scholar, describes the historical causes of the racist criminal justice system experienced in the United States today. Apparently, mass incarceration of poor Americans from minority ethnic communities should be perceived as “the new Jim Crow” (Gonzalez, Juan and Goodman 01). According to Michelle and other cited contributors in the debate, the recent demonstration of a racist justice system witnessed in Ferguson is a tip of...
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...Arabic Muslim girls in the USA Arabic Muslim girls in the USA Sensoy, O. & Marshall, E. . Missionary Girl Power: saving the Third World one Girl at a Time. Gender and Education, 22(3): 295-311. In this paper, Sensoy and Marshall review the representation of Muslim Girls in the novel, The Bread winner. The authors argue that the book highlights the existing stereotypes about the plight of young women in the society. They used literature review in their research. The book has succeeded in portraying the differences between girls who are educated in the West and those who are in colonized areas. The authors have adhered to the highest ethical standards. They have given full credit to all... Muslim girls ...
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... The Tale of Genji The Tale of Genji is aristocratic Japan of the tenth century that comprised an imperial and polygamous society. The novel the Tale of Genji first written just after the year 1000 A.D. by a famous aristocratic woman called Shikibu Murasaki. By that time, no one had ever written a novel with complex plots and character development except that of Murasaki Shikubi, The Tale of Genji. The novel affected the art and literature into the Buddhist Asians thoughts, which included, stories, parables and analogies that have influenced the best culture, as well as a popular art tradition and literacy. The novel shows how the Lotus Sutra entered Japan on her way from China in the early... The Tale...
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...Variations on a Marketing Enigma: The Wheel of Retailing Theory Stephen Brown Three major theories are to be recognized as primary retail evolution theories: (1) The Environmental theory, (2) The Cyclical theory, and (3) The Conflict theory (Brown, 1987). These theories are united by the basic premise that an external force (e.g., environment, conflict) can cause a retail institution type to evolve and to change into a new institution type or as a result of need, conflict or other forces, a new institution type can emerge. There is a growing number of retail businesses worldwide and it naturally leads to "overstoring" of countries. The competitive advantages of one retail institution type... on a...
Article Annotation: How do intrinsic and extrinsic motivations affect reading habits in elementary students?
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...How Do Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivations Affect Reading Habits In Elementary Wigfield, A., John, T. G., Tonks, S., & Kathleen, C. P. (2004). Childrens motivation for reading: Domain specificity and instructional influences. The Journal of Educational Research, 97(6), 299-309. According to Wigfield, et al (2004), motivation refers to the reasons affecting, determining or underlying a given behavior observable in a person. Motivation is usually positive and advantageous to the success of any given action performed by an individual. Just like in any other field or task, students in elementary schools require some degrees of motivation to enhance their learning processes. Motivation... Do Intrinsic And...
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...Annotated Bibliography "Action Planning and the Sustainable Community." EPA. Environmental Protection Agency, 1 Nov. 2012. Web. 3 May 2015. This simple EPA page precisely defines the role that the action planning process plays in fostering ecological, social, and economic sustainability in a community. The text offers four different definitions of a sustainable community in an effort to justify its viewpoint on what constitutes a sustainable society. Apparently, the reading asserts that a sustainable community ought to have a goal and vision of balancing its future social, economic, and environmental needs. This source will be very instrumental to the completion of my essay... Annotated Bibliography...
Article Annotation: How do intrinsic and extrinsic motivations affect reading habits in elementary students?
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...? How Do Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivations Affect Reading Habits In Elementary Wigfield, A., John, T. G., Tonks, S., & Kathleen, C. P. (2004). Children's motivation for reading: Domain specificity and instructional influences. The Journal of Educational Research, 97(6), 299-309. According to Wigfield, et al (2004), motivation refers to the reasons affecting, determining or underlying a given behavior observable in a person. Motivation is usually positive and advantageous to the success of any given action performed by an individual. Just like in any other field or task, students in elementary schools require some degrees of motivation to enhance their learning processes. Motivation... How Do Intrinsic ...
Read twenty peer view about dyslexia in childrenand write two paragraphs annotation on each
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...Annotated Bibliography on Dyslexia in Children Beeson, P., Rising, K., Kim, Esther S. & Rapcsak, S. . "A Treatment Sequence for Phonological Alexia/Agraphia". Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 53 (2): 450–68. The authors of the journal illustrate the treatment approaches for dyslexia that affects children. The illustrated approaches involve therapy and compensatory strategies. The two approaches enable the affected children to read and write through the application of education support. Written comprehension can also be improved through control of stress and anxiety. Bhattacharyya, S., Cai, X. & Klein, J. (2014). "Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, and...
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... Police, Community and Poverty Relations Discussion on KALW, Local public radio 91.7 FM The Summary of the Text Description The texts discuss poverty and diverse measures necessary for the improvement of police and community relations. Moreover, discussions on the influences of community, race, class, and justice emphasized in the text based on racial and police injustices. However, poverty seems to be the central issue of concern for the improvement and development of police and community relations. Youths experience high poverty levels subjecting them to many criminal justice systems convictions, because of their little economic power. In summary, police and community relationship... Police, Community ...
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...Annotated Bibliography. Goodman, Amy, and Juan Gonzalez. "The Sixth Extinction: Elizabeth Kolbert on How Humans Are Causing Largest Die-Off Since Dinosaur Age." Democracy Now!. democracynow.org, 11 Feb. 2014. Web. 1 May 2015. The video is on democracynow.org and provides a rigorous scrutiny on how the planet Earth is approaching the sixth extinction. The information that the video describes is an evaluation of the book by Elizabeth Kolbert titled "The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History." The earth has so far experienced five mass extinction events that were natural. The fifth event occurred about 65 million years ago. Research by Kolbert in four continents shows that human activities... full May...
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... Goodman, Amy and Juan González. Michelle Alexander: Ferguson Shows Why Criminal Justice System of "Racial Control" Should Be Undone. A daily independent global news hour, Wednesday, March 4, 2015. The website presents a transcript that is basically a presentation of the problem of stereotyping and racism in America. The presenters, Amy Goodman and Juan González, explore the United States justice system, focusing particularly on the treatment of African Americans in Ferguson, Missouri. In the presentation, Goodman and González expose the skewed application of law by exploring the police killing of Michael Brown and higher percentage of incarceration of African Americans than their white... Goodman, Amy ...
Part A: an annotation of "globalization and development"(attach in my panel) Part B: A critical commentary on the given paragraph(related to capitalist society)
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...Annotations on Globalization and Development Globalization is used to define the increasing economic integration between the different nations of the world. This increased economic integration is visible through the dramatic growth in the flow of goods, services and capital across national borders (Swift,Clarke ,Czerny, 2003). One important aspect of the process of globalization is the increased share of the national output devoted to exports and imports. The continuous drop in transportation and communication costs, along with technological developments, has greatly facilitated the process of globalizations (Swift,J.M,.Clarke,.R.G.,&Czerny,M.,2003).. As a result of...
Historical materials course... need to find references ( citation and annotation) for the following words: : " block monitor as it refers to japanese internment camp"" crape" "chowline" "cot" "college songs"
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...Annotated Bibliography 27 December Annotated Bibliography Block monitor (as it refers to Japanese Internment camp): “Life in Japanese Internment Camps.” Oracle. Think Quest, n.d. Web. 27 Dec. 2012. This web document gives a brief description of the block monitoring arrangement in the Japanese Internment camps, with short personal anecdotes to make the case more personal. Information from this source could be used for a brief introduction to the topic, and for background reading. Center for Internee Rights. Civilian Prisoners Of The Japanese In The Philippine Islands: Years Of Hardship, Hunger... Harris Kamran History and Political Science...
Technology Enhance students learning
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...Annotation: This article offers many tools that can be used in education and are crucial in moving education in a positive direction. The authors explain the each tool; video, blogs, wikis, web and podcasting and gives examples of institutions that used these tools. They clarify that technological tools have a positive impact on student’s lives because they will have an opportunity to connect and access the material in a way that is more... Technology Enhance Learning Academic Journals (6) Citation: Brien, C. Aguinaga, N. Hines, R. Hartshorne, R. . Using Contemporary Technology Tools to Improve the Effectiveness of Teacher Educators in Special Education. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 30 (3), 33-40....
Job opportunity in bioinformatics
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...annotation. Genome annotation is the process of marking the genes and the other biological features in DNA sequences. Owen White designed the first genome annotation software system in 1995 that was used to sequence and analyze the first genome of a free living organism to be decoded. The next job opportunity that bioinformatics presents... Job Opportunity in Bioinformatics Bioinformatics is an indispensable, interdisciplinary science that deals with the development of software and tools for studying and understanding biological data. It involves the fields of computer science, statistics, mathematics, and engineering. It combines these areas to obtain biological data,...
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...Annotations Article Annotations Annotation Canagarajah, A. (2006). TESOL at Forty: What Are the Issues? TESOL Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 1, 9-34. The author proffered issues relative to the thrusts of TESOL Quarterly with three identified trends, to wit: (1) a continuation along the earlier lines of progression; (2) a radical reorientation along new paradigms; and (3) unresolved debates and questions about the direction in certain domains (Canagarajah, 2006, p. 9). The decision to determine the most appropriate focus were deemed to be affected by diverse factors including globalization, digital communication, and World Englishes. Canagarajah (2006) therefore revisited the story by presenting... ? Article...
Compilation of Online Resources on Language and Literacy Programs
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...Annotation - Teacher Education is a school-based program in language and literacy. Lewis & Clark’s Language and Literacy Program has been developed to provide an exhaustive view of the literacy for reading and writing programs in the schools. The course of the study emphasizes on the notion that language with its all richness consisting of the different forms and functions, forms the foundation from which a literacy program can evolve. The courses that are in the Language and Literacy Program leads to Reading Endorsement and allows the person to teach reading in all the four levels beginning with early childhood... ? Compilation of Online Resources on Language and Literacy Programs Preface Language and...
Annotated Bibliography
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...Annotated Bibliography Source Arsanjani, A., Ghosh, S., Allam, A., Abdollah, T., Ganapathy, S., & Holley, K. (2008). SOMA: A method for developing service-oriented solutions. IBM Systems Journal, 47(3), 377-396. Annotation In this article, the authors report about the structure and use of a method that can be used to examine, plan, and deploy service-oriented architecture projects in context of a fractal software development model. The article relates to the research in a sense that it talks about the key domains of the service oriented architecture within the context of software engineering practice. The authors of the article have presented a fractal...
Self-Evaluation Paper
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...annotation, note-taking among others. Having learned all the above, I can confidently say that I have... Self-Evaluation Paper: ESL 23 I have learned a lot more than I expected during the beginning of ESL 23. Some of the most memorable lessons are on how to use prefixes, suffixes, and root words. I have also learned how to paraphrase. Paraphrasing is important since it customizes another’s words into one’s own and therefore helps in reduction of plagiarism and repetition. I have gained knowledge on how to read efficiently by using the methods such as outlining, note-taking and applying the SQ3R strategy. Other major lessons I have learned include parts of speech, writing summaries, analyzing an...
ABBREVIATED QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH PLAN
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...Annotated Bibliography Source 1: Beail, N., Warden, S., Morsley, K., & Newman, D. (2005). Naturalistic evaluation of the effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapy with adults with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 18(3), 245-251. Annotation: This article talks about the effectiveness of psychotherapy and psychodynamic approaches to deal with intellectual disabilities. The results of the study confirm significant reductions in psychological... ? ABBREVIATED “QUANTITATIVE” RESEARCH PLAN here] of [Due paper] Introduction It is a fact that stress pervades many areas of life. Whether it is stress from relationships, school, work, or social environments,...
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