StudentShare solutions
Triangle menu
Hanover-Bates Chemical Corporation
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates Chemical Corporation of the of the Case Study: Hanover-Bates Chemical Corporation Performance of the Northeast District vs. Other Hanover-Bates Sales Districts The current status of northeast sales district is the worst as compared to other districts as it lacks in profit performance for the company. The company, Hanover-Bates Sales Chemical Corporation has presence in seven districts. In the year 2000, four out of seven districts were unable to meet their set sales target including the northeast district. However, northeast central district did a profitable business with high margin as compared to other districts. The northeast district’s performance was the worst... Study: Hanover-Bates...
Preview
Bates Motel Analysis
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates Motel is an American Television program that was developed by Kerry Ehrin, Anthony Cipriano, and Carlton Cuse. The series was produced by the popular production house, Universal Television for A&E. The following concepts are related to the TV series, Bates Motel Monopoly Market Structure This is the market structure that is characterized by a single seller having sole power and control over the market’s strategic resources that are competed for by unlimited number of buyers/consumers. Under monopoly market structure, the monopolists determine both output level and prices at which their products or services trade (Goldberg, 2000). The market is also characterized... MOVIE ANALYSIS al Affiliations...
Preview
Case 3.2 Hanover-Bates Chemical Corporation
6 pages (1500 words)
Premium+
...Bates Chemical Corporation Through the use of Sprague’s exhibits, one can see the performance levels of the North East district in comparison to the other six districts in sales and gross profit quota performances, selling expenses by district, and district specific contribution to corporate administrative expenses and profits. Shown in the exhibits, district 3, which is the North East district in question, is lower in sales quota than Districts 1 and 2 by 345,000 and 150,000, respectively. District 1 exceeded their sales quota by 39,000 while District 3 was below quota by 366,000. This led to a difference in gross profit quotas versus actual profit quotas of $331,500 below... for District 3,...
Preview
Case 3.2 Hanover-Bates Chemical Corporation (p.444-448)
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates Chemical Corporation Through the use of Sprague’s exhibits, one can see the performance levels of the North East district in comparison to the other six districts in sales and gross profit quota performances, selling expenses by district, and district specific contribution to corporate administrative expenses and profits. Shown in the exhibits, district 3, which is the North East district in question, is lower in sales quota than Districts 1 and 2 by 345,000 and 150,000, respectively. District 1 exceeded their sales quota by 39,000 while District 3 was below quota by 366,000. This led to a difference in gross profit quotas versus actual profit quotas of $331,500 below... for District 3,...
Preview
Summary of Benjamin R. Bates. Audiences, Metaphors, and the Persian Gulf War
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates. "Audiences, Metaphors, and the Persian Gulf War" To discover the construction of American leadership, Benjamin Bates explored George Bush's diplomatic efforts as rhetorical efforts. Benjamin Bates first underscored the significance of Bush's international audience, one comprised opinion leaders from other countries that could help the military alliance. Having indicated some of the compulsions that an international audience puts on foreign policy rhetoric, Benjamin Bates observed the significance of Bush's mass-mediated public speeches as a representative anecdote for the persuasion of this international audience. The American public was crucial to the Persian Gulf War... Summary of Benjamin R....
Preview
The Long Shadow of Little Rock: A Memoir by Daisy Bates
3 pages (750 words) , Download 2
Free
...Bates who was a civil rights activist and an author. A memoir is a historical event written by an author from her own personal life experience. Memoir is derived from a French word implying memory. The events in the book are real and took place in 157, thus making the book fall under historical category. I chose this book because it is an inspirational and historical that highlights racism in America, specifically Arkansas. The story is about the fight for independence by the black people. In ‘Long Shadow of Little Rock’, Bates is re-telling... ? The Long Shadow of Little Rock: A Memoir Task Book Report The Long Shadow of Little Rock: A Memoir The book is ‘Long Shadow ofLittle Rock’, a memoir by Daisy...
Preview
Film Log- (Non-fiction film) Considering the debates about documentary offered by Nichols, Izod&Kilborn,Bates and Brooke, discuss The Thin Blue Line(Errol Morris1988) and offer a concise critical analysis based on four readings provided
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, P. (1989). Truth not Guaranteed: An Interview with Errol Morris, Cineaste, 17 (1). Brooke, M. (2014). The Thin Line, Sight and Sound. 128 Hill, J. and Gibson, P. (1998). The Oxford guide to film studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Izod, J., Kilborn, R. and Hibberd, M. (2000). From Grierson to the docu-soap. Luton, Bedfordshire, UK: University of Luton Press. Nichols, B. (1991). Representing reality. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.... THE THIN BLUE LINE by The Thin Blue Line The killingof a law enforcement officer is a thrilling subject matter. Conventionally, the majority of audiences would prefer a documentary developed regarding a police officers execution thrilling as well....
Preview
An informal book review of The Lake Ladies, focusing on characters,plot, and the theme of The individual and society
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, a fictional character. Marston Bates is a detective with the Chicago Police department. He is also a scholar in the time and therefore approaches issues with an informed and equally liberal mind. The events begin unfolding while he is on a holiday and living at his mother’s residence at the lakeside. The police discover two dead bodies by the lake both with scribbled notes explaining the course of their deaths. Marston Bates involves himself on the investigation of the two mystery murders a feature that threatens both his life... and the lives of some of his immediate family members. The conflict in the plot heightens as Marston Bates carries out an investigation into...
Preview
Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates 4). Weather refers to the conditions of the atmosphere over a short time period, but climate, on the other hand, is how the atmosphere "acts" over a long period of time. Climate, on a layman’s language, is what people expect, but the weather is what they get. Question 2 Global warming is caused mainly by the release of greenhouse gases. Carbon emissions, particularly carbon dioxide, are elements, which harmfully influence the quality of the air, and lead to the greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide is thought to eat up the ozone layer, which leads to more heat being protracted to the earth’s surface... Question 1 The difference between these two factors, climate and weather, is the measure of time (Bat...
Preview
Emma by Jane Austen
5 pages (1250 words) , Download 1
...Bates, all of which make her not a very likeable character, but, in the end, apparently redeemable. Pretty much everyone in the little community of Highbury gossips. They all, with good intentions it seems, try to orchestrate love connections and marriage matches. Their manipulations include gossiping and speculating about who does what in the community. Gossip for this parish seems like a pastime, much as it is in small communities all over the world yet... ?580661 Emma Jane Austen’s novel, Emma, seems like a fairly typical early nineteenth- century romance novel, but it is really much more literary thanthe modern day opinion about such romance novel often realizes. Written at a time when conduct books...
Preview
Emma by Jane Austen
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, all of which make her not a very likeable character, but, in the end, apparently redeemable. Pretty much everyone in the little community of Highbury gossips. They all, with good intentions it seems, try to orchestrate love connections and marriage matches. Their manipulations include gossiping and speculating about who does what in the community. Gossip for this parish seems like a pastime, much as it is in small communities all over the world yet... 580661 Emma Jane Austen’s novel, Emma, seems like a fairly typical early nineteenth- century romance novel, but it is really much more literary thanthe modern day opinion about such romance novel often realizes. Written at a time when conduct books ...
Preview
Ethical Decisions and Pluralism
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates 2006, the best way to allocate resource in a democratic society is through application of social justice. The corpus of social justice values the existence of diversity in a society, where people have a common sense of humanity, thus are subjected to equitable treatment (Bates, 2006). On the other hand, the best way to allocate resources within an organization is through strategic resource allocation: Strategic resource allocation takes into consideration the operational strategies of an organization (Hergert, 2012). References... Ethical Decisions and Pluralism al Affiliation) Part One The ISIS took advantage of the conflict between Syria and Iraq and increased their terror activities...
Preview
Follow the instruction to write an essay the events in little Rock, Arkansas in 1957
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, 1962). A team of NAACP lawyers won a federal... Event of Little Rock, Arkansas (1957) Event of Little Rock, Arkansas (1957) In 1954, the U.S Supreme Court ruled out that racial discrimination in public schools and Little Rock Central High school becomes an international symbol of resistance of disintegration. On September 1957, Orval Faubus the Governor at that time deployed Arkansas National Guard to stop the black students from entering the school facility. This essay discusses the events that took place in Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas as result of disintegration of the facility. This is with effect of U.S Supreme Court ruling against racial discrimination in public schools...
Preview
Films of Alfred Hitchcock
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates motel, belonging to a Mr. Norman Bates(Smith, p14). Up to that point, one can see several themes including that of symbolic economy. First, when Crane decided to steal the money, the financial pressure she was experiencing catalyzed the decision. It is not always that horror movies are used in relation to money-related issues, and especially in matter of debts. Yet, movies have a way of affecting people in a number of positive ways especially when the plot resonates with the normal life. According to Breslin (p.176), the media, especially through the movies influence and influence the human behavior significantly. When showing a woman who decides to elope with the employer’s money... Films of...
Preview
Sampling Questions
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, 143). 2. Explain what a confidence interval is. How is a confidence interval related to sampling error? Confidence interval is a range of values at different intervals and which estimates population parameters that are unknown. The results got indicate how reliable the estimates are. Sampling... Sampling Questions Differentiate between the concepts of a sample and a population. A population is all the elements that are included and usually observed in a study. It is usually very large and cannot be used in a research and hence a subset of it that is the sample is used. The sample is hence only part of the population but it is representative of the entire population under study (Cozby, Paul and...
Preview
Introduction to business
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, Botha, and Vries in the book “Fresh Perspectives: Business Management”. According to the views given by the authors, a business environment is made up of the entire social, political and technological factors among many more other factors. The interaction between a business and its environment is usually continuous and it ensures that the business uses its resources more efficiently (Goodman, Ladzani, Bates, Botha, and Vries 15). As indicated above, the environment of a business is dynamic and most noticeably complex... to Goodman, Ladzani, Bates, Botha, and Vries a market is defined as a place where trade takes place and based on the participation of sellers and...
Preview
Intellectual Skills in Males and Females
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, 2007). Past and current research confirms that male and female intellectual skill differences are best explained and caused by socialization, not genetics. In fact, the intellectual and Behavioural differences between the genders are not instilled at birth but are the result of society's expectations (Bates, 2007). In spite of the behavioural...  Society Encourages the Differences in the Intellectual Skills in Males and Females The apparent gender bias in intellectual abilities between males and females is largely attributed to societal factors. However, there are biological factors that contribute to the weaknesses and strengths of each gender’s brain and intellectual abilities or skills (B...
Preview
American Disability Act
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates v. UPS also provide a good current reference point for the implementation of ADA because even UPS is still implementing the changes ordered by the court to ensure equal rights and opportunities for persons with disabilities (DRA 2014). Case Law Reference: Bates v. UPS Facts: Bates v. UPS was a class action... American Disability Act al Affiliation Overview of ADA In May 1988 Senator Tom Harkin brought to the Senate a motion that would laterbe signed into Law by George H. W. Bush as the American Disability Act (ADA) in July 1990. This law was a step forward in the fight against discrimination against people with disabilities. The Act was therefore a legal spell of a wide array of civil rights that...
Preview
Ch8 - reflectional journal
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates & Poole, 2003). This makes teaching easy and less boring than when using the traditional methods. My... Reflection Journal Reflection journal This reading advocates for technology use in teaching. With the introduction of computer, projector, document camera, and interactive whiteboard, teaching methods seem to improve. When I read the information in this reading, I have to admit that as a teacher, I get spirited up to improve my teaching skills. I feel that there is something already lacking to improve student’s performance. This is because I have been used to teach using the “low tech” tools such as chalkboards, chalks, poster papers, and magic markers. However, in the reading, “high tech” tools...
Preview
Discuss the use of sound in the film Psycho (1960 by Alfred Hitchcock)
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates is chasing after Lila, on discovery of Mrs. Bates, she whispers “Mrs. Bates,” but mother does not respond. The silence that unfolds, then the swivel sound of her chair and finally screams by Lila on discovery of the desiccated body of mother is a classic example of use of synchronous sound effects. In this instance, Hitchcock uses synchronous sound effects to depict the theme of violence and grimness. Use of asynchronous sound effects is also evident in this work. In the scene where Arbogast... Use of sound to enhance the movie Psycho The film Psycho tries to engage the audience in a stunning yet symbolic manner. Being a suspense filled horror film, the director Alfred Hitchcock makes good use of...
Preview
The Scientific Method in Everyday Life
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates (Huffington, 2012). Notably, this form of breast cancer treatment is quite essential development in the breast cancer treatment. The breast removal surgery involves double mastectomy without irradiation on the cancer cells. The breast-removal surgery or the mastectomy can be conducted through two methods including preventive measure and treatment methods. According to the National Institutes of Health, the preventative measures are often conducted to persons with higher risks of developing breast cancer while persons who have been diagnosed with breast cancer... The Scientific Method in Everyday Life The Scientific Method in Everyday Life Cancer is a disease that leads to abnormal growth of body...
Preview
Identify an assesment tool analyse and critically discuss the validity and reliability issues in relation to the tool
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates-Jensen Wound Assessment Tool (BWAT/ PSST) are the two most popular assessment tools in wound care, but it is more... THE SUSSMAN WOUND HEALING TOOL: ASSESSING VALIDITY, RELIABILITY, AND USABILITY IN WOUND CARE CONTEXTS By 25 January The Sussman Wound Healing Tool (SWHT): Assessing Validity, Reliability, and Usability in Wound Care Contexts Introduction That pressure ulcers is one of the most serious and controversial problems today no one can deny. In the present day medical and nursing contexts, pressure ulcers present one of the most serious wound care challenges. Pressure ulcers are fairly regarded as one of the major sources of morbidity among patients (Cuddigan, Berlowitz & Ayello 2001). For...
Preview
Dose Aristophanes have a serious purpose to his comidies
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates). In these regards, Aristophanes implements his comedies as a means of making a serious plea for peace. Another prominent example of serious concerns in Aristophanes comedies is his implementation of satire. For instance, “One play is opened with a meeting of Parliament, and the whole machinery of government is presented in caricature” (Bates). Here Aristophanes is lampooning serious Greek social matters through comedy. In conclusion, this essay has examined the extent that Aristophanes’ comedies investigate serious concerns. The essay reveals... Aristophanes’ Comedies While Greek antiquity is renowned for its exploration of cultural, philosophical, and artistic productions, some of its most...
Preview
Media, Culture, and Modernity
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates owns and manages a motel near his mansion, and when a female character, Marion Crane lodges into the motel, she suspects that something might be wrong with Bates and his ‘supposed’ mother. Her eventual murder and also the other death of an investigator, bring in the characters of Sam and Lila, who unravel the mystery behind Bates behavior, escaping from death. This film made a major impact all over the world, bringing in a lot of concepts and theories. “Alfred Hitchcock Psycho (1960) shocked audiences into realizing that "the destruction of Psychological and physical sanctuary in America could not be indefinitely ignored or tranquilized away" (Whitfield) When the complete subject... s Feminist...
Preview
Love Compare State of The Union Address with poems
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates’ (1993) America the Beautiful. Obama (2012) opened his State of the Union Address by reminding Americans that in December of 2011, he visited Andrews Air Force Base to welcome the last of the US troops who had served in Iraq. Obama (2012) stated that as a result, Americans had “offered a final, proud salute to the colors under which more than a million of our fellow citizens fought” and “several thousand gave their lives”. A direct parallel can be made... to these expressions of patriotism and the patriotic service of the armed forces with the third stanza in Bates’ (1993) America the Beautiful. The third stanza reads as follows: O beautiful for heroes proved In...
Preview
Are online courses taught responsibility
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, 2005). One of the areas where it has exerted great changes is in education whereby, learning... Are Online s Taught Responsibly? Introduction In the modern society, there is great technological advancement in scientific innovations. These innovations are necessary because they are useful in various sectors of production for increased output and efficiency in production of commodities (Howar, Schenk, & Discenza, 2004). Innovation is a vital tool for solving various economic problems encountered in the society. The advent of information communication technology (ICT) in various governmental and non-governmental institutions across the world has resulted into dislocation of various activities (Bates, ...
Preview
Final exam
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates and Gainey, 537). The assumption holds that the human nature is neutral, and that the behavior depicted by individuals is purely a function of the environment in which the individual exists. Thus, if an individual exists in an environment that promotes goodness, then the individual will eventually be good. On the other hand, if the individual exists in an environment that promotes evil, the individual will eventually turn out to be evil. Thus, according... to this assumption, preventing deviance from occurring requires that an individual is surrounded by an environment that purely promotes virtues (Inderbitzin, Bates and Gainey, 542). Similarly, on the event that...
Preview
N/a
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates 5). The image is in black and white in a red background which adds to its gleam. In the second 1959 photograph by Gilpin Laura, she presents an image on a 13 3... Genres of the Pictures In the first 1989 photograph by Yasumasa Morimura it presents a doublonnage dancer in a varnished photograph which is mounted on a 94.5 X 47.25 in (240.03 X 120.02 cm) panel. The photograph promotes the contemporary practices. The photograph is on portraiture genre based on several factors. A characteristic of this photograph shows a dancer who is visually presented and shown from a frontal view. In the 1980s, most artists used images of a human to emphasize of the mood, facial and body expressions of the subject...
Preview
History of Comedy
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates 1906). Though the word Pantagruelism is means the characters are sustained by court fool. He exploited both of the spirit... Ancient, Old, New, and Modern Comedy Some say appreciation for comedic effect is really what separates us from animals. Here, we compare the modern descendents of both old and new comedy. We review what makes each genre unique, provide two modern examples for each genre (total of 4 modern examples), and describe how each is related to the ancient genre. Each genre has unique character. In early Greek theaters there was a dancing space or orchestra between the stage and the audience. Old Comedy, roughly in the first half of the 4th century BC, spreading out from Athens througho...
Preview
The Maturation of Emma in Jane Austen's Emma
4 pages (1000 words) , Download 1
...Bates, and Harriet's focus on Mr. Knightly - shake loose the foundations of Emma's childish self-deception and initiate her journey of self-discovery. Emma's childlike attitudes and behaviours are the products of her upbringing and situation in life. Growing up without a mother, Emma has no boundaries and accountability. The only person who could provide that authority, Mrs. Weston, is so mild that she hardly restrained Emma (p. 37). Consequently, Emma did as she pleased. Furthermore, she was indulged and mistress of her father's household from a young age, as well as first in consequence... Running head: THE MATURATION OF EMMA IN JANE AUSTEN'S EMMA The Maturation of Emma In Jane Austen's Emma Put Here...
Preview
Decreasing car accidents (speech outline)
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates). 2. ‘Drinking under Influence laws to be stringently enforced.’ Laura Nowlin. In If He Had Been with Me, Nowlin reacts to the loss of her loved one who succumbed to a road accident. For this reason, she says that the law should be enforced... Lecturer Speech Outline Road Accident Causes Quotes Road accidents are caused by over-speeding.’ Jamie McGuire. In his book, Walking Disaster, McGuire says that most motor accidents are as a result of the tendency of drivers to drive at exceedingly high speed. Unknown to them, such kind of a speed can make them not to reach their destinations safely. 2. ‘I lost my mum because of a drunk driver.’ Riley Moreno. In his book Never Lost, Moreno gives an accoun...
Preview
Define the factors that affect patient wound healing
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates-Jensen 2007, p. 64). These factors may exist within the external environment to which the patient is exposed, or they may be internal depending on the patient. One factor that may impact a patient’s healing is poor surgical hygiene. This is a local factor within the patient’s environment... Patient Wound Healing Patient Wound Healing It is imperative that patients who have undergone any form of surgical operation to have proper healing. This is to avoid any future complications that might arise after the discharging of the patient. There are certain things that might impede the healing process that a patient goes through, and this often negatively affects the functioning of the patient (Sussman &...
Preview
Nursing- Case study- skill analysis
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates-Jensen & Woolfolk, 2007, p. 322). Because this process of healing is subjected to many other factors, however, it is vital that nurses and other healthcare professionals possess enough skills and knowledge in determining normal from the abnormal changes. Assessment of the wound should include “measurement of the incision; observation of the wound tissues, with attention paid to epithelial resurfacing, would closure, wound exudate, and surrounding wound tissues; and palpation of the incision, with attention paid to collagen deposition and surrounding tissues” (Bates-Jensen & Woolfolk, 2007, p. 326). Knowledge on how wounds heal may assist nurses on what to expect during... PART A Identify...
Preview
Business Regulatory Law
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates has accused Alumina, Inc. f frequently contaminating the waters f Lake Dira with carcinogenic effluents, and has alleged that the consumption f the water is the prime cause f her 10 year old daughter's leukemia. Ms. Bates also alleges that her daughter's illness maybe as old as Alumina's first environmental law violation. The incident occurred five years ago. Alumina Inc. was reported to be in violation f an environmental discharge into Lake Dira. Alumina followed through and cleaned the spill up and the violation was corrected (UOP, 2007). People in a local newspaper, The Erehwon Reporter, seemed to want to keep... Running Head: Business regulatory Law Business Regulatory Law of the of the...
Preview
The color purple; shades of gender discrimination
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, Gerri. Alice Walker: a critical companion. Greenwood Publishing Group. Connecticut. 2005 Print. In this study, the author Gerri Bates analyzes the work of Alice Walker and considers it as an example of the struggles shown by African American women for Civil Rights. Her work not only shows a great passion for writing on chauvinism, sacrifices, inequalities and injustices endured just because of color or cast discriminations. Alice wrote “the color purple” with such an intense effect on the readers that actually engage and lets them feel the hurt or pain of the situation being told or specified in the story. Gerri Bates suggests that this aspect of Alice’s work appears... Annotated Bibliography...
Preview
The Maturation of Emma in Jane Austens Emma
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, and Harriet’s focus on Mr. Knightly – shake loose the foundations of Emma’s childish self-deception and initiate her journey of self-discovery. Emma’s childlike attitudes and behaviours are the products of her upbringing and situation in life. Growing up without a mother, Emma has no boundaries and accountability. The only person who could provide that authority, Mrs. Weston, is so mild that she hardly restrained Emma (p. 37). Consequently, Emma did as she pleased. Furthermore, she was indulged and mistress of her father’s household from a young age, as well as first in consequence... Running head: THE MATURATION OF EMMA IN JANE AUSTEN’S EMMA The Maturation of Emma In Jane Austen’s Emma Put Here ...
Preview
Tort and Regulatory Risk
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates versus Alumina. This analysis will examine the risks and torts associated with each legal issue, and in turn, present some of the ways in which Alumina can detect problems, prevent them and in turn, correct the identified issues. Clean Water Act: Torts & Risks: The risks and torts in this situation are evident with regard to the lawsuit that was launched by Kelly Bates. Although her situation is only an allegation, as the case study proves, an allegation if portrayed by the media in a particular way, can do irreparable harm or damage to the companies reputation. That is, regardless of whether... ?INTRODUCTION: The following has identified the key torts and risks pertaining to the case of Kelly...
Preview
Film Theory
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates Motel. After some rest and consideration of her situation, she decides to return the money and make amends. Norman Bates, the proprietor, however, has an unusual relationship with his mother and Marian is murdered in her shower. Since Norman’s mother is deceased, Norman dresses and acts out for his mother. Auteur Theory “What the auteur theory demonstrates is that the director is not simply in command of a performance of a pre-existing text; he is not, or need... ?Sir Alfred Hitchcock Strangers on a Train Auteur Theory and the Evolution of the Language of Cinema Strangers on a Train The film plot involves a seemingly chance meeting of two strangers on a train. The protagonist, Guy, plays...
Preview
Cardiac case study
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, Pitt, & Walton, 2010). Question 3: The pain that Mr. Canton is experiencing is not significant because it is not one of the major causes of his condition. The pain in his wisdom tooth is resulting from other causes rather than myocardial infarction (WEBMD, 2015). Question 4: Mr. Canton vomits because his wall infarction is inferior. The inferior wall infarction is associated... with gastrointestinal problems, particularly because of bradycardia. The inferior infarction results from cardiac sensory receptors, which mediate vasodepressor and cardioinhibitory responses, which are normally distributed to the left ventricle’s wall (Lee Linda, Bates, Pitt, & Walton,...
Preview
Inheritance Information Technology Assignment
3 pages (750 words) , Download 1
Free
...Bates, 2005). Using our example one can correctly say a car IS-A vehicle or a truck... ?Inheritance One of the major tenets of Object-Oriented programming is promotion of re-use. Most objects in real life have certain things in common for example a car, a truck and a motorcycle are all vehicles but with different distinguishing features such as size, wheels and maximum speed. In object-oriented program a good design practice calls for creation of fairly generic version of a class. The programmer then uses these generic classes to build up specialized classes. This is achieved through inheritance. Oracle (2012) defines inheritance as that ability of a class to inherit commonly used structure and...
Preview
Encapsulation Research Paper
3 pages (750 words) , Download 0
Free
...Bates, 2008). This way, encapsulation protects the data and code of one module from being randomly accessed by other modules. For this reason, information hiding and/or data hiding are terms that are often used to denote encapsulation... they have been declared and from any class in the package they have been declared in; (3) package / default access, where the member is accessible from classes within that package; and (4) private access where the member can only be accessed from within the top-level class it is declared (Bloch, 2008; Eck, 2011; Sierra & Bates, 2005). The example below shows the concept of encapsulation of data by use of access specifiers and accessor...
Preview
The Films of Alfred Hitchcock
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates Motel. The character of the house can be more dynamic in a manner that the top floor is housing two mindsets, which are depicted in the two rooms. Norman and his mother are the occupants of the two bedrooms. Just like the attic presents the conscious, the two rooms describe Norman’s split personalities with each of his personality (or room) fighting for control (Johnson 23). Norman’s room is represented as smaller than his mother’s, which is evident in the furnishing of his room. By the size of his room, the audience can assume that he is still stuck in a childhood phase... House Serving as an Evocative Space of Representation in Hitchcock’s Films Alfred Hitchcock’s formal style of production has ...
Preview
The factors affecting EHR implementation
8 pages (2000 words) , Download 1
...Bates, 2005... ? and Today’s world is fast changing and is becoming more and more digitized. The world is also increasingly becoming data driven and soon the one with the most information will be considered the richest. The medicine world has been on the forefront in embracing this cutting edge technology the latest being the adoption of electronic health record systems. These are systems that will act as physicians’ personal assistants, collating and keeping tabs on a particular patient’s progress health-wise. The program has been modestly rolled out even as the government pushes for its full adoption. This paper seeks to establish some of the factors that affect their adoption and implementation and...
Preview
Difficulty recognizing the enemy during Vietnam
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, Lichty, and Miles 187). The result of this uncertainty was that it led to a situation where there was extreme difficulty in drawing a line between combat troops and civilians. The development of constant... Difficulty recognizing the enemy during Vietnam The Vietnam War was one of the most devastating conflicts of the twentieth century and this was because it brought about the deaths of hundreds of thousands if not millions of people. The United States, in a bid to stop the spread of communism in Vietnam, had attempted to prop up the South Vietnamese government and this meant that it had to use its military capabilities to contain the North. While this may have been the case, there quickly...
Preview
Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, the character played by Perkins. Bates hobby is taxidermy. He likes to stuff things, from animals to little things, but most of all his 'mother'. Bates stuffs birds that adorn the wall of the office of Bates Motel. Birds have often been used by Hitchcock to symbolize good. This is also prevalent in other Hitchcock films - symbolism. In "Foreign Correspondent", the kidnapped dignitary, is extremely fond of birds, and in one early scene, suggests that even on the eve of a world war, there is still hope for mankind... "The terrifying scenes of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho" Characteristic pattern in Hitchcock's style is seen in Psycho, something known as black humor. He uses this in Norman...
Preview
A Reflective account relating to a 14 year old female patient ( complaining of painful urination/ UTI) Focusing on a patient centred structured consultation/history taking
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates Guide to Physical Examination. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Bickley, Lynn S., Peter G. Szilagyi, and Barbara Bates. (2007). Bates Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams... A Reflective Account Relating To a 14 Year Old Female Patient (Complaining Of Painful Urination/ UTI) Focusing On a Patient Centred Structured Consultation/History Taking Examination Prior to the inspection, the nurse introduced herself, as well as explained her role in the examination. The patient was asked her name, and as a minor, the parent, was noted to have accompanied the patient. The patient details, such as age, address and preferences were recorded in the assessment. The p...
Preview
Federal Reserve System, Interest Rates and Money Supply (SLP)
2 pages (500 words) , Download 1
...Bates, 2011) Spending on big ticket items expenses like purchasing... Impact of Interest Rate Changes Impact of Interest Rate Changes inserts his/her Impact of Interest Rate Changes The paper discusses how the recent changes in interest rates made by the Federal Reserve have affected any consumer buying decisions such as buying a new home, refinancing a home, financing a new car, saving more money in bank, etc. Income is a hybrid of savings and expenditures where savings and expenditures are in inverse relation to each other. Changes in major economic variables have a significant impact on the consumer spending. For example, higher interest rates increase the savings and affects consumer spending. Accordi...
Preview
THE ARGUMENTS SURROUNDING ROLE OF WOMEN IN CHURCH LEADERSHIP
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates 2011, p. 7). Instead, there are numerous instances in which he actively sought to promote the equality of women throughout a very tribal and primitive culture to which he ministered. For such a reason, it is the belief of this author that texts such as Galatians 3:28 should be held as the ultimate standard for whether or not women should be able to be considered for positions of church leadership (Hamman 2010, p. 774). References BATES, CL 2011, Gender... Section/# A common rule of critiquing texts from the Bible is to make sure that no single doctrine or moral dictum is built off an interpretation of a single text; rather, it is important to build important doctrinal and moral decisions off a ...
Preview
How inmates cope with negative factors of prison life
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, 2005, p.101). The inmates were both males and females and were included in programs to cope with domestic violence, substance abuse treatment etc (Bates, 2005, p. 103). On a voluntary basis these inmates were given the opportunity to visit weekly religious services as per their choice. Professionals from different community agencies explained about AIDS Awareness to all the inmate participants (Bates, 2005, p.103). This project had successfully demonstrated a decrease... ? How inmates cope with negative factors of prison life Introduction Imprisonment was and is practiced as a form of punishing the people who wronged the society in some way. Punishing by imprisonment to control crime have...
Preview
Staffing Plan for a Growing Business
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bates, 2013). Even though, both staffing models are critical to the success of Dotcom Daycare centre, person/match model is the best suited for the productivity, efficiency as well as the future growth of the business. Operating a business that deals with the world’s precious jewels (Children), demands that one hires well-qualified people who fit all the requirements and qualifications for each position. It is also imperative to hire people who posses strong interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with parents, children as well as any other family that is looking to enrol... STAFFING PLAN FOR A GROWING BUSINESS The key reason for a paper is to give a staffing plan for DotCom Daycare centre....
Preview
1 - 50 results of 500 items
Contact Us