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...Baum divulges into the inconsistencies and inadequacies of the various financial aid systems for undergraduate students. Baum argues that while there are many opportunities for students to receive financial aid, very few of them exist to benefit the lower-income students who have more of a financial need. She believes that the current student aid funds are not optimally distributed and that many students are unable to take advantage of them. As such, she feels that the student-aid system should be reformed. Baum uses nation-wide statistics from the many grant-aid programs to show where the money is being... distributed and how the most needy students are also the most ignored, as well as how...
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Judicial Conduct and Disability Act
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...Baum, 2013). Finally, the vesting of power in Congress to impeach judges does not remove the ability of internal disciplinary mechanisms. The repeated reassignment of cases from Article... Judicial Conduct and Disability Act JUDICIAL CONDUCT AND DISABILITY ACT The Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 28 U.S.C. 372 is constitutional. This is because it does not trench on the independence of the judiciary impermissibly under Article III. In addition, it is not inconsistent with Article I and II impeachment processes. Indeed, Article III, rather than being meant to insulate judges from internal oversight, was meant to safeguard the independence of the judiciary from the Congress and executive...
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Inquiry 2
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...Baum. It was extremely popular among children and adults alike (Greydanus, n.pag.); so much that several Broadway plays were made on the book. In 1939, a film adaptation for the book arrived with a name of The Wizard of Oz taking Oz’s popularity to a new height. Several books forming an Oz series followed the initial book, however the first one is regarded as having some elements which others in the series do not. Although the main story for the MGM film adaptation of the book remained the same, some parts were altered for example the wicked witch of the east’s shoes (Rudolph, n.pag.). The film provided... Inquiry 2b The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was originally written and published in 1900 by L. Frank...
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Practical Considerations in Gene Therapy
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...Baum 2008, p. 193). Earlier, the therapy has been considered only where life is at risk. About six years ago, in 2005, the United Kingdom Parliament Office for Science and Technology reported that “gene therapy is only used to treat very serious diseases” (p. 2). Yet, today gene therapy is considered for cases where risks, especially risks to life, are not even involved. Thus, gene therapy is no longer considered today as a treatment of the last resort. Therefore, there is a need to look into the practical considerations of gene therapy... Practical considerations in gene therapy I. Introduction Gene therapy is considered for situations where both life and quality of life are threatened (Cotrim and...
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The Essay on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
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...Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. His clever combination of fantasy and reality in his book was extraordinary that not only the young readers enjoy reading the book, but the adults as well. Dorothy’s journey from her dreary place to an unfamiliar, yet magical place drew readers, young and old. Living in the vast prairie where no trees nor neighbors can be seen, except for the gray land that his Uncle Henry farms to support their daily needs and waking up to the colorful and majestic city of Oz, where all she could see were vibrant and lively creatures around her, Baum succeeds in illustrating the substantial difference between... ? One of the most popular children’s literatures of all time is L. Frank...
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Three reasons why I attend college
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...Baum, Ma & Payea (p. 5) note that in the year 2011 the unemployment rate for college degree holders aged between 25 years and 34 years was 7.1 percentage points... Three Reasons Why I Attend College Introduction For most people and for a very long time, college has been regarded as a prerequisite for success. This is arguably true in numerous ways if the benefits that come with college education are critically analyzed. This discourse seeks to highlight the benefits of attending college to both the individual and the society collectively. This paper therefore posits that college is a reliable vehicle of social mobility. This is undoubtedly true due to three key reasons. Firstly, college education plays...
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The Wizard οf Oz
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...Baum was born into a middle class family. In 1868, he went to the Peekskill Military Academy, but left quickly. In 1897, he published Mother Goose in Prose, which was his first collection f fairy tales. Two years later in 1899, he... Wicked Have you ever wondered about what happened in the Land f Oz before that do-gooder Dorothyand her dog Toto came on the scene and saved the world Well, Gregory Maguire did, and he went one step further - he wrote a book. Wicked: The Life and Times f the Wicked Witch f the West is the result f Maguire's ponderings. Did you know that the Wicked Witch f the West was actually named Elphaba, and that she could sing like a nightingale Or that her sister, the owner f the red s...
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Effective Team Activities
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...Baum, 2003) Lack of participation from team members... Strategies For Strategies for Effective Team Meetings Strategies For 2 Nothing frustrates a manager more than a having a planned team meeting yield unproductive results. When team members establish a pattern of unproductiveness, managers must investigate and correct the circumstances. Lack of participation, lack of interest, poor attitude, poorly planned agenda and work or personality conflicts are common problems which can disrupt the meetings of even the most experienced of team managers. (Gerst, 2002) (Baum...
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PUBLIC HEALTH
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...Baum, 2008). In addition, the main goal of any decent health policy implemented remains in improving the health care of the people using it. References Baum, F. (2008). The New Public Health, 3rd Ed. Oxford University Press: New York. Collins, T. (2004). Health Policy Analysis: A simple tool for Policy Makers. Public Health, 192- 196. Cohen, D, Carter, P. (2006). WHO and the Pandemic Flu Conspiracies. BMJ, 1274-1279.... Health Policy making in public health is quit a crucial process as it affects people’s health in the community. A legitimate health policy often leads to appreciable outcomes in overall. There have been situations in the past where health policies became manipulated for the interest of ...
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Social Determinants of Health and Wellbeing
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...Baum F. 1999). A safe environment, adequate income, meaningful roles in society, secure housing... Social Determinants of Health With the increase in migration and globalization more people are developing bi- or multicultural personal identities tofunction in contemporary environments. Culture in its broadest sense, refers to accepted ways of behaving within identifiable groups in society (Queensland Health. 2003). This is the reason the sense of health and well being vary between individuals. In public health there is an ever-increasing acceptance that health is determined not only by behavioral, biological and genetic factors but also by an array of economic, environmental and social determinants (Baum ...
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Research paper: Immigration as a process
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...Baum explains, the quantity of work in an economy is not fixed and should not be used support a relationship between unemployment rate and number of potential employees... Immigration Immigration is a contemporary issue in developed countries with high economic prospects as the countries attract people from both developed and developing nations. The United States has been a prime target of immigrants because if its economic potentials and the high rates of immigrants has raised debate on economic implications, especially in the job market in which immigration is feared to compete with natives for jobs. Controversy on the unemployment problem focuses on skilled labor rather than unskilled labor and this...
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Income by Education
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...Baum & Payea, 2005). Thus, depending on the level of ones income, it would be appropriate to pursue higher education. Higher education is certain to improve on individuals skills and give him or her better chance of taking advantage of upcoming employment opportunities. Needless to say, some disciplines attract more pay than others and it would do no harm going for a degree that will help a person to earn more. A person can save in advance and acquire a debt in order to finance a degree program of their choice (Burnsed, 2011... Income by Education Grade June, 12, Income by Education Disparities in income earned by individuals cut across all spheres of human development and has different economic,...
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The branchers of behavioral analysis
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...Baum, 2011). Moreover, radical behaviorism claims that we can study and compare human behavior with animal behavior and focuses on operant conditioning (Baum, 2011). It has unique terminologies, appreciates the genetic and biological endowment, and values... The Branches of Behavioral Analysis The Branches of Behavioral Analysis There are four domains of behavior analysis. Experimental analysis of behavior refers to the examination of functional relations through a research on fundamental behavior processes in a temporal and biological context (Auburn University, 2010). Ideally, experimental analysis of behavior seeks to identify the fundamental laws of behavior and involves basic research on designed to ...
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...Baum described how women with breast cancer were treated with adjuvant tamoxifen and this demonstrated a significant reduction in the risk of cancer in the other breast (Baum, 2008). Other studies and the launch of the IBIS 1 trial for the prevention of breast cancer with tamoxifen amongst women at high risk followed this observation. Similar trials concluded that tamoxifen was likely to lead to a relative risk reduction (RRR) in the incidence of breast cancer by more than 30 per cent; however there would also be significant side effects. This research proved to be a very good example... ?MSC Public Health and Health Promotion Public Health Ethics SHHM05 Alison Hann and Gill Olumide Is Prevention always...
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Courtroom proceedings
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...Baum, 2012). County-level courts could handle various criminal and civil issues. This type of courts mainly focus on issues which are minor as higher courts handle major issues for instance felonies along with major civil matters. County-level courts handle cases such as family law, probate, traffic violations, violations of village or city laws, and juvenile matters whenever no separate juvenile court system exists. Court sessions are usually overseen by a judge, and judges must be citizens of the counties wherein they work. The County-Level court has the jurisdiction to hear specific types of appeals for instance... ?Final paper: Courtroom Final Paper: Courtroom There are several types of courts each...
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Economic paper
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...Baum, Baum and Nunnington (67), the value of a team would be computed on the present value of the future net cash flows that it will be in existence. This method utilizes a value estimate based on on expected cash flow obtained through the discounted cash flows method. An anlyst makes assumptions on how the various value drivers contribute to expected earnings and work backwards to compute the present value. This is a common method in valuing sports franchises and it utilizes factors such as team... First Last Number 11 September Economics and Sports Recently, the estranged owner of basketball club Los Angeles Clippers Donald Sterling was banned by the NBA for life in regard to racist comments attributed ...
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Ethics and the War on Drugs
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...Baum, 1997). Therapy to me is good to change one’s life but at the same time, it depends on the victim willingness to change. If the victim is willing, then the therapy will work well but if the victim is not willing, then the high percentage indicates that the therapy program my not successfully have impact on the victim. America is faced by a high number of people who are convicted to drugs and one thing do stand, the solution is not the conviction of the people using drugs... Ethics and the war on Drugs Drug is a chemical substance that is known for its strength of the effects that it causes on the biological part of the human beings. If at any given chance I was the drug czar, I would continue the...
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Is a college education worth it Pro thesis paper
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...Baum, Ma and Payea investigated the following: “As workers age, earnings rise more rapidly for those with higher levels of education. For example, the gap between the earnings of full-time workers whose highest degree is bachelor’s degree and those of high school graduates grows from 54... Your Full Your Section Number Is a College Education Worth of It? Daily technologies are going further changing habitual environment, quality of life and attitudes, what causes disputes about various topics. College education is one of the reasons for such arguments because information has become more available than it has ever been and instructional values have been drastically modified. Consequently, the question...
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Architecture and the environment paper
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...Baum (1977), the outcomes of color and lighting in the office had a noteworthy sway on the mood of people working in the office. When... ? Architecture and the Environment Paper Introduction Physical structures bring a key outcome on human actions. The reason behind this thought is that humans spend much of their time within enclosed wall structures. Because of this, it stands more beneficial to set up structures that feature the natural environment plus structural scenery (Joye, 2007). Critics have stated that the setting of commercial and residential space has an enveloping outcome on its dwellers, and it is associated with an overriding concern in any architectural set up. This paper will explore...
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Survey of American Government- The Supreme Court has been perceived as a body of the federal government that is supposed to be i
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...Baum and Devins argue, the Supreme Court heeds more attention to the politicians, academics, and elites of the community than they do to the public opinion. This is more or less true about all Justices who cast the critical votes in most visible decisions of the court. In many cases, the vote goes in favor of the mighty and not for the common man. In a country where the principle of equality is taught, such incidents would defame the judiciary which is expected to be the custodian of the constitution. The prime reason why they are influenced by the politics, according to Baum and Devins is that the Justices are also... directly influence judicial decision making (Baum and...
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Strategic Management Process/Vision, Goals, Objectives slp 1 mgt 599
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...Baum). Conclusions: According to Kirkpatrick (2009), “It is a fact-of-life that an organization must have a formal vision statement. Like any leadership tool, it is only effective if it is done right. Research has demonstrated time and again that a vision statement can improve organizational... XXXXXXX Number: XXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXX XX – XX – 2009 Essentials for Good Mission and Vision Statements Introduction: The mission statement of a company is a way to express the goals of the company to the customers, clients, shareholders and employees, i.e. all the stakeholders (Johnson, Scholes and Whittington). The vision statement provides a vivid picture of the goals for the company (Change Factory). T...
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Addiction
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...Baum and McManus (384) state that “…patients in psychotherapy do more than ¾ standard deviation better on outcome measures than patients in no-treatment or placebo-control conditions.” No, the treatment Helen was getting was not an example of patient-centeredness. Patient-centeredness not only comprises the use... Your full March 14, Addiction The best practice for the treatment of addictive behavior is theuse of Naltrexone, an opiate antagonist medication, in the process of cognitive therapy, according to Anton et al. Naltrexone has been found to be very effective in changing addictive behavior. Using it in cognitive therapy is a provisional, focused restorative approach to assist drug-dependent people...
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Hewlett Packard Business Research Paper
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...Baum, 2011). The merger is targeted to make the two companies the best recognized in telepresence systems. Although the merger of HP and 3Com is expected to out do Cisco, Cisco... ? Hewlett Packard Hewlett Packard Company, known as HP, is an international company that has its headquarters in California. The products that the company deals with are mainly concentrated in the field of printing, computing, and digital imaging. In addition, the company sells services and software. This essay will entail an analysis of HP. More specifically, the essay seeks to look into the history of the company, its emerging products and mergers. History of Hewlett Packard Company The HP Company came into being in the year...
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Sociology of education ''desegregation history
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...Baum 165). The last phase of the history of the desegregation entailed civil rights and the changing of non-effective systems. This was propagated by the civil... Introduction In various s of higher learning, are observed to differ in various aspects and this has been affecting selection process. In ensuring that the target recruitment statistics are met, integration of the desegregation history and the legal system has been of great help. Over time, the blacks have been experiencing challenges, which has continuously denied them equal access to services in private and public institution. This paper seeks to give an in-depth analysis of the history of desegregation. Desegregation There are set guidelines ...
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Religion and politics in the United States
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...Baum, 2011... ? Almost 10 years ago, Americans woke to the horrors of two crashing pillars that symbolized free markets and fair capitalism. The attacks by terrorist on September 11th were an attempt to deconstruct the foundations upon which this country was constructed. The intelligence agencies discovered that the attacks were committed by Islamic extremist who declared jihad against all Americans. Ground Zero became a symbol for American perseverance and a shrine for all the lives lost in the tragedy. Ten years later, plans have been made to build a mosque near the site which has caused much strife in the American public. The construction of an identity that is rejected by the traditional American has ...
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Psychology, classical conditioning and operant conditioning
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...Baum). Negative reinforcement Negative reinforcement is seen to occur in operant conditioning when a stimulus is removed to encourage particular behavior so that the frequency of such behavior increases (Baum). Punishment Punishment is seen to occur in operant conditioning when a stimulus is provided or removed in order to discourage a particular behavior so that the frequency of such behavior decreases. Real life example of Operant Conditioning Human beings tend to learn using... number Operant and ical Conditioning ical Conditioning The development ical conditioning is attributed to Ivan Pavlov, a Russian physiologist. Pavlov’s experiments with dogs and their digestive systems led him to an important...
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Article Review
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...Baum, explains how money plays a vital role in politics. He talks about the two political parties, the Democrats and the Republicans. His focus is on the populist movement and the nature of politics in the early days. He explains how populists’ use the powers they have to their advantage and shows clearly they do not care about the common people; their business is in acquiring wealth (Lipman-Bluemen 2004). It is clear by the nature of his work his interest is in none of the two parties and their candidates... Task History and Political Science Taylor, Quentin P., "Money and Politics in the Land of Oz," Independent Review 9 (Winter 2005): 413-426. The author’s primary argument/thesis The author, Frank Bau...
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Organizational Theory
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...Baum and Rowley (2005) proposed that open systems not only deal with the relationships within the organization but also encompass the external environment that if from where it extract resources. Interestingly, an organization receives sources from the environment and after processing, delivers to it the environment in the form of output. Simply put, organizations have gone dynamic-possibly because they are attempting to grow according to the demands coming from the environment. Classical or closed systems are simple and one dimensional whereas open system are quite complex and multi-faceted as they are more into cause effect relationship. Closed... Explain the characteristics of an open-system strategy, ...
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Taylor, Quentin P., Money and Politics in the Land of Oz, Independent Review 9 (Winter 2005)
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...Baum was an editor in a newspaper in South Dakota and he wrote on issues of politics and the current events surrounding the Populist Party. The enigmatic personality of the writer is also evidence as he openly supported and even voted for Democratic candidates. In your... "Money and Politics in the Land of Oz," What is the primary argument/thesis? What evidence of support does the author give to defend and/or prove the argument/thesis? The author argues that the children’s book with the story “The Wizard of Oz” is not only a children’s story but is an allegory of the populist movement of the 1890s. The evidence provided in support of this thesis is the fact during the populist movement, the writer Baum...
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Extended effect of multivitamins and selenium supplementation on HIV-1 individuals in Botswana
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...Baum et al, 1997). Allard et al, (1998) indicated that the deficiencies... ? Extended effect of multivitamins and selenium supplementation in HIV individuals in Botswana Literature review. Introduction. Selenium is one of the essential trace minerals that are found in the soil. It naturally appears in some plant food and water. It has been known to contain powerful antioxidant activity.Recent studies have indicated that it has its beneficial role in cancer, cold sores and shingles, osteoarthritis, cognitive decline, HIV and Aids supplementation, and cataracts and muscular degeneration. Other studies have shown that because of its antioxidant properties, it can be used as an antioxidant in protecting body ...
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The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman
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...Baum (2009) tries to argue Friedman’s concept of the flattened world and that anybody can do business anywhere. Baum (2009) says that such initiatives were not always welcomed by the U.S chemists, who believe that the manufacturing and the research and development procedures should not be shipped abroad. One positive aspect of the complex globalization processes is the implications they carry with them. Baum (2009) cites a study which shows that China’s research output will overtake that of the U.S. within a decade. This clearly illustrates the heterogeneous character of globalization and the reflections of the endlessly expanding interconnectedness between human... Odalis Reynoso Patricia Sullivan...
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Violence and Exploitation of Women and Children
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...Baum (2005) has noted that likelihood of children and adolescents aged between 12 and 19 years to be exposed to violence as compared to adults were more than twice. Thousands of children are abuse, physically, emotionally or both in US every year. “A large proportion of children surveyed (38.7 percent) reported more than one direct victimization... ?Violence and Exploitation of Women and Children: It is the fundamental right of humans to live free from violence. Despite that, every year, millions of women and children have to go through such traumatic experiences as rape, mutilation and abuse all over the world in general and in US in particular. Quite often, the cases go uninvestigated and not many...
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Cleveland Clinic in Ohio
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...Baum, 2011).Earlier, bulkier version of this battery operated device was used for a short period to keep the patient alive until a heart became available. Improvement in design and reduction in size led to the approval of LVAD as a permanent treatment for advanced heart failure. Cleveland clinic has embraced the technology and now includes it in its list of remedies for advanced heart failure patients... CLEVELAND CLINIC IN OHIO NUMBER GRADE DECEMBER 20, Introduction Cleveland clinic, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is a nonprofit multispecialty academic health center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. A Historical Social Event On April 13 1997, a prosecutor in Cleveland...
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Commentary on the Cost of College
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...Baum and Ma 13). Most colleges have surrendered their initial intention to prestigious students, raising their costs beyond control. This has moved the college degree further away for middle class families. This makes them slaves to enormous debt for the better part of their life. Cost of college involves the amount of money spent in acquiring a college education.  The cost involves all the expenses like tuition, fees, books, transportation and living expenses. Rising college cost is a byproduct of the economic forces that have seen the rise... Commentary on the Cost of College Quality education remains the best investment a person can make and funding highereducation pays off in a huge way in the years ...
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Etiology of bipolar disorder
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...Baum et al, 2008). The specific gene encodes DGKH, a key protein... Etiology of Bipolar Disorder The bipolar psychiatric disorder, as the suggests, is an illness in which the sufferer fluctuates between depression and mania. According to the latest figures it affects 5.7 million Americans presently and its existence in rest of the world is well recognized (Duckworth, 2007). It has assumed such serious proportions in the present human population that the World Health Organization (WHO) has categorized as the 6th leading cause of disability worldwide (Gould et al, 2004). Initial therapeutic interventions tried for the disorder were mainly pharmacological but lately intensive psychotherapy is being...
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Love is merely a madness and deserves a dark house and a whip as madman do
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...Baum, 2009). Stalking to an extreme extent may lead to death of the victim being stalked. This majorly happens in cases where... Love madness Love is an element of human nature ideally meant to be accompanied by recipro companionship, intimacy, and passion for both parties in live (Levay and Valente, 2010). However, this is not always the case for most individuals who report to have fallen in love or are in love. The “madness” of love comes in many forms which may lead to the justification of the quote “Love is merely a madness and deserves a dark house and a whip as madman do.” Some of those forms are stalking, unfaithfulness, obsession, unrequited love among others. The forms mentioned above will be...
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PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
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...Baum & Odgers, 2001). Front office consists of tangibles, that customer come into contact with that are likely to influence how business customers perceive quality at the Marriott Marquis Hotel’s front desk. Poorly arranged front office will deter business customers from booking the hotel. Onstage employee action is the second area on the blueprint that is affected by the weaknesses mentioned above. Front office are onstage employees and are actively involved in making reservations, giving suggestions... Problem Identification Two Areas of Improvement San Francisco Marriott Marquis hotels front desk services main areas of improvements which are also areas of weakness are manner and knowledge. This is...
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History of the Twenty-First Century
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...Baum (2009) tries to argue Friedman's concept of the flattened world and that anybody can do business anywhere. Baum (2009) says that such initiatives were not always welcomed by the U.S chemists, who believe that the manufacturing and the research and development procedures should not be shipped abroad. One positive aspect of the complex globalization processes is the implications they carry with them. Baum (2009) cites a study which shows that China's research output will overtake that of the U.S. within a decade. This clearly illustrates the heterogeneous character of globalization and the reflections of the endlessly expanding interconnectedness between human... Odalis Reynoso Patricia Sullivan...
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The events industry
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...Baum, 2009, 51). There are several categories and typologies of events. Events can... The Events Industry al Affiliation The Events Industry Events refer to such activities that lead to gaining of experience outside thenormal range. It is important to note that events always lead to gaining of experience that supersedes the everyday’s experiences (Goldblatt, 2011, 72). It is significant to note that the event industry s so diverse as well as fragmented. However, despite the fact that the event industry in non-homogeneous, it serves several roles in providing a mixture of goods and services to people. The event industry has always been expanding since time immemorial. This follows the diversity in demands ...
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Court System and the Judicial Process
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...Baum, 1986) judge heads the trial and renders decisions, puts... Court System and the Judicial Process The U.S. Judicial system consists of 51 separate court systems: there are fifty courts and the U.S. courts system or the federal court. Whereas there are considerable discrepancies between the 50 state courts (Abraham, 1986), all of them are divided into two groups: trial courts and appellate courts. Trial courts focus completely on finding appropriate proofs or refutations for the facts through the examination of witnesses' testimonies and physical evidence. Jury is available in trial courts and usually examine the cases, associated with equity and trusts (Abraham, 1986), but as a rule, a single (Baum, ...
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Simulation Analysis Report
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...Baum, Dickerboom, Hackstein and Mehling 10). There are several competitive factors that have influenced the timing and outcome of the operational and strategic decisions of the company. The fact that the competitors have had limited production capacity has... Simulation Analysis Report The Capsim Companys choice of strategy has enabled it to become profitable even in the face of high competition. The company is a cost leader with a product lifecycle focus that is centered on high end, traditional and low-end segments. The implementation of this strategy has enabled the company to record a high level of gross margin of 31%, a clear indication that the company was profitable in selling its inventory. The ...
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Symptoms, transmission, treatments, and prevention of the HPV virus
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...Baum, Plaza et al declared that “Cervical cancer is a preventable disease resulting from infection with high-risk types of sexually transmitted human papillomaviruses (HPVs). Public knowledge of HPVs and their link to cervical cancer is limited” (Vanslyke, Baum, Plaza, Otero, Wheeler, & Helitzer, May 2008). According to this study, cervical cancer can be prevented if it is detected in the early stages. Medical interventions, such as Pap smear and HPV screening, are vital for reducing... a. HPV and Cervical Cancer ‘What Every Woman Should Know” d. Three interesting points about this topic are: a. Whether HPV Infections are the Chief Cause of Cervical Cancer The National Cancer Institute, in a report (2009...
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Intervention in a shared traumatic Reality : A new Challenge for Social worker
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...Baum, 2010). The shared traumatic reality shows the emotional responsibility of a social worker towards their client. Basically the traumas are divided into two levels: “personal” (road accidents) and the “collective” level (war etc). (Bombay, Matheson, & Anisman, 2009). Here, the social worker and the client share the same stress and tragedy... ? Intervention in a Shared Traumatic Reality: A new Challenge for Social Worker Introduction: Shared traumatic reality is practiced by a social worker who has undergone the same traumatic event as his clients. It examines the challenges of a social worker’s mental health as to work in traumatizing situations, which they had been through previously (Dekel & Baum,...
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Critical Reveiw of Three Articles
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...Baums ‘Changes Not for the Fainthearted: Reorienting in Health Care Systems Toward Health Equity though Action on the Social Determinants of Health’, J. Beards ‘Influence of socioeconomic and cultural factors on rural health’ and T. Eikemo’s ‘Health inequalities according to educational levels in different welfare regimes... ? Critical Review of Three Articles School Critical Review of Three Articles Good research is founded with a dedicated and diligent attention to detail. The results of any given research will only be as concrete as the basis upon which it is founded. This paper will define three of the sources used to prove the necessity of nurse practitioners in modern health care. By examining, F....
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Does A Significant Correlation Exist Between Academic Persistence And Student Demographics In An Accelerated Adult Education Program At Not A For-Profit Christian Liberal Arts University
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...Baum and Payea, 2009). Because of these improvements and changes in the community’s attitude towards women, their role in marriage and the job place has changed (Adelman, 2007). This has in turn enabled the women to have greater financial freedoms thus motivating the other women... ? Research Question: Does A Significant Correlation Exist Between Academic Persistence And Demographics In An Accelerated Adult Education Program At Not A For-Profit Christian Liberal Arts University? Name Instructor Task Date This study will elaborate on the relationship that exists between academic persistence in accelerated learning programs for adults and age, gender and ethnicity. Previous research carried out in America...
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Prioritizing the IT Project Portfolio
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...Baum (2011) revelaed that the assumption that both business objective and employees requirements can be met in one-size-fits-all project is not realistic. The management always thinks that the project idea is noble. A single univeral project that provides a blueprint of the organization is enough. Sincerely speaking, this is imposible. The context of the chosen project can have relevant content for majority of employees but not all. The users... ?Prioritizing the IT Project Portfolio Introduction Every project portfolio requires an outstanding management concentration to quarantee an effective comliance organizations strategic vision. Karukus (2012), quoted “portfolio management approach attempts to take ...
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Use of Quick Response Codes in Health Care
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...Baum, Top of Form2013). The barcode, containing crucial information about the patient when scanned saves time of running preliminary tests or having to enquire about the patient form sources that are unavailable. Residential places, next of kin, blood group and age among others are the kinds of information that an individual can include in the QR Code... for the medical personnel (Baum, Top of Form2013). Various disadvantages have also been associated with the QR Codes technology. The failure of its developers to ascertain its effectiveness has been the biggest impediment to its adoption by many people. Being new in the health sector and undergoing its initial stages of...
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CONSTRUCTING AN INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO
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...Baum & Hartzell, 2012.). The two ways are 1. First approach uses private marketers such as the exchange-traded funds through direct and indirect investment by unlisted funds or a fund of funds. 2. Exposure done through using public markets by indirect investment, which is done via the real estate company shares/ Real Estate Investments Trusts (REITs) (Parker, 2012). Private Marketers for Exposing International Real Estate Investments Advantages Diversification A single exchange trust fund gives the exposure of the real estate to a group of equities, the segments of the market... Exposure to International Real E Markets and Acquisition of Equity Interests Exposure to International Real Estate Markets...
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...Baum materials, describe briefly the issues surrounding implementation of U.S. Supreme Court and federal appellate court decisions. You may give examples if you wish. Even if the United States of America (USA) is known for having an independent judiciary, judicial decisions are not always effectively implemented as they ought to be. There are several issues surrounding the implementation of U.S. Supreme Court and federal appellate court decisions (OBrien 226). First, they are influenced by the executive branch of the government. Despite the fact that major decisions are made by the Supreme Court, their implementations are often influenced by the president who has... Lecturer Quiz 4 After reading the...
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Value of Education in Todays Society
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...Baum and Payea (2005) state that when people have a college education it provides society with lowered unemployment and less poverty. This means that college education people will not rely as heavily on governmental services and will bring more tax revenue to the society. Also, educated people impact... ? The Value of Education in Today’s Society of The Value of Education in Today’s Society From very small children, many people are taught that to get ahead today, they must have a good education to be successful. Many horror stories are told by parents about how, if they do not have an education, they will not be able to have a good job. Wobbekind (2012) states that education is important to society...
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