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...Bodies: Are Female Images in TV Docu-porn Represented for a Male Gaze I. "Male Gaze"-Laura Mulvey (500) The complex interaction of "looks" isa specific topic in film and cinema studies. From a perspective of psychoanalysis, Mulvey's article "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema" provides insightful dimensions particular for the studies of viewing object and subject. The "active/male, passive/female" and the "power of gaze" concepts substantially explained the pre-conceived human images that are sexually (gender-wise) split between the powerful viewing subject and repressive object to be looked at, and thus the following unbalanced "pleasure" the narrative cinema offers to spectators... that...
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Our Bodies, Our Technologies
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...Bodies, Our Technologies" Advances in Science are providing humans with a technology that brings stupendous outcomes in every aspect of human endeavor. Science provided new paradigms in information system, computer, electronic tool and equipments and now making progress in the field of life i.e. biology (Arguments for Green and Gray Future). Robotics and artificial intelligence is capable of producing nanobots, which are the tools to the size of blood cells, they are proficient in entering the blood and could reach the brain to execute remedial purposes to understand life developments, ailments, aging, metabolic aspects (Our Bodies, Our Technologies: Ray Kurzweil). A correlation... Ray Kurzweil: Our...
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How Souls Move Bodies
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...Bodies Elisabeth asks Descartes to clarify the interaction problem. The problem constitutes dualism as a central point of controversy. The fact that something, which does not have physical property, interacts causally with physical objects is the central theme of conflict. Elisabeth inquires why thoughts in the mind can cause action in the physical body. She argues that anything that affects the physical body must also be physical and have extension and mass. In responding to Elisabeth’s prompt, he attributes the existing confusion to the use of notions that differentiate the mind and the body to explain the interaction between the two aspects. He uses an analogy of an individual... How Souls Move...
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Bodies, Sexualities and Identities
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...Bodies, Sexualities and Identities Varying theories presented by Locke, Freud, Rousseau and other theorists regarding bodies, genders, sexualities, and identities are employed in this essay. This is in line with understanding of some aspect of gender, sexualities, or identities by specifically using the case of child masturbation. It is found that child masturbation in particular could hardly be understood by looking at it merely from a single perspective. Theoretical concepts about sexuality should therefore be integrated in order to understand the multifaceted nature of bodies, sexualities and identities especially within the issue about...
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Accrediting Bodies and Healthcare
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...Bodies and Healthcare Accreditation is the process by which an agency notifies the public that an institution or a program meets the laid down standards of quality set forth by the said agency or institution. Accreditation of health care refers to the self-assessment and external peer evaluation process that is employed by healthcare organizations to accurately evaluate their level of performance in accordance with the set standards and to come up with methods to continuously improve. The role of accreditation is mainly to ensure the patients safety both during treatment and after exposure to medication (Greenwald, 2010). In the US there are sophisticated accreditation bodies that have... ? Accrediting...
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Bodies, Sexualities, Identities
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...body when it comes... ?Introduction A child unlike adult does not have any complete or concrete idea about sexuality. Due to the fact that there are no thorough and even more empirical studies about the sexuality of a child, this cannot be exactly pointed out with high level of confidence, but recent evidences support the fact that there is a need to know more about how a child perceives sex in particular (Davies and Rogers, 2006; Celik and Odaci, 2012). Freud completely elaborated that a child’s response to sexuality and sensation can be based on fantasy. There is quiet an argument in here knowing the fact that modern psychologists believe that there is an actual innate biological response of a child’s...
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Fluid Bodies/Identities/Sexualities
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...body with the respect for freedom of speech, the rights of women and hence generating the argument that even though prostitution is not a justified act, the women have the right to do whatever they want with their bodies. The third view is that some feminist claims that pornography has some benefit to the women, gender and the view is a defense of pornography (KaeLyn 2... Sex Workers Rights Prostitution is a major issue among many feminist, but as Thierry s, prostitution should not be a major issue for feminist since many freedom sex workers desire for their jobs are equal rights as to any other women’s right to the job they deserve (Wendy, 2). Schaffauser broadens the concept by pointing out that the...
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Our bodies our politics
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...Bodies, just like other normal people, Trans people have a right to education. To make them fully participate and avoid unintentional exclusion in class the author suggests that regular students... Transsexuality and Transgender Intersex people are individuals born with a mix anatomical sex traits that do not give a precise definition of their gender whether male or female. The disorder may be apparent at birth or later in life. According to the article Brief Guidelines for intersex allies by the Organization Intersex International, intersex births constitute 1.9 percent of the population making their community significant in number (1). Intersexuality poses very few health risks for children and adults ...
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Professional bodies and ethical behaviors
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...bodies and ethical behaviors al affiliation Professional bodies and ethical behaviors 0. Introduction Ethical behavior in the organization refers to the overriding principles that determine the kind of behavior that members of the organization should portray. In a situation that the code of conduct is not existent in an organization, it is almost obvious that the employees in the organization will act irresponsibly. Gamage (2006,pp.123) indicates that code of ethics in the workplace act as a mere definition of the boundaries that the employees ought not to cross or operate within, so as to be at par with the organization’s rules and regulations. Additionally, the code of ethics... ? Professional bodies...
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SURROGATING BODIES, EMBODIMENT OF THEORIES
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...Bodies, Embodiment of Theories Is human body capable to adapt to some environmental and societal changes? With regard to this question, research has found that cinemas can play a great role in human lifestyle.do reality, power affects peoples’ lifestyles? Cinema sometimes function as a range, extent or even influence of somebody’s interest in which every individual in modern societies’ must be represented in one way or the other. That is they must have a part or a role to play. Similarly, such tendencies are found to be challenging and must also be represented in one way or another, or at least faded in beyond intentions of directors or film studios. For instance, Hollywood... ?Sur Lecturer Surrogating...
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Women Find Comfort In Their Bodies
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...bodies and their sexuality – this ment is up for analysis and debate because of the various schools of thought that might believe otherwise through conclusive proof. Many women are very comfortable about their bodies whereas others are not. Some have excellent bodily figures, which add to their level of confidence whereas other women may consider themselves to be ‘fat’. This sort of thinking anyway leads to a loss of self-esteem because it makes them believe that they are not good enough and not attractive enough to appeal to men. Women suffer from far more insecurities as compared to men because of the sole reason that they find... it pressurizing to look appealing and ‘sexy’ all the time....
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Visual Depictions of Bodies in Nazi Ideology
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...Bodies in Nazi Ideology and the Suppression of Jews ‘unfit’ Bodies Introduction The main intention of Aryan was to remove theinfluence of Jews from all aspects of German society. The Nazi made their ideas complex and portrayed a bad attitude towards the Jews. Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party considered itself to be solely responsible for advancing the Aryan race. Therefore, every move or reform that they introduced was geared towards making the Aryan race flourish. The Nazi’s domination spanned all areas (especially the core ones) of the German society. The key arenas for advancement of their race and the ones that have been extensively studied in history were the 1936 Olympic Games...  Visual Depictions of...
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Galileo and Aristotle on falling bodies
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...bodies 29 November Alchemy can be defined as a science practiced in the early and Middle Ages with the aim or transforming ordinary metals into gold. It was based on a complex view where by everything is believed to contain a universal spirit. Metals were believed to grow inside the earth, when a base metal was found, it was thought to be spiritually immature form of higher metals. Alchemy was based on the misunderstanding of basic chemistry and physics. Aristotle was an alchemist, to Aristotle Change affects all things, he believed that all terrestrial bodies were composed of four elements: fire, air, earth... ? Project Relationship of alchemy to modern science. Galileo and Aristotle on falling bodies...
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Critical theories of bodies, sexualities and identities
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...Bodies and sexualities Introduction The role of sexuality and gender spawns important areas of study for exploring the contemporary societal condition related with prehistoric human behavior in comparison with the other dimensions of sociology. The past four decades have seen the growth of an internationally active gay and lesbian movement. The queer theory became a quite significant field of study which ignited from an act of resistance in 1969 at a bar called Stonewell located on Christopher village, New York. The gay and the lesbian movement changed their prevalent deviant conjecture to a whole new identity in the world. The new identity created a new binary...
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Identification of Unknown Bodies using DNA
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...BODIES USING DNA Identification of Unknown Bodies using DNA Insert Here Insert Affiliation Here Identification of Unknown Bodies using DNA The identification of an unknown body is perhaps one of the most daunting tasks for forensic detectives. The obscurity of the task further multiplies when the bodies to be identified belong to victims of mass disasters, catastrophes, gruesome murders and accidents, in which they are deformed or decayed to a large extent. Traditionally, fingerprints have been used for the forensic identification of individuals for a long time, yet they have their own limitations. They are easily deformed due to injuries and scratches... ?Running head: IDENTIFICATION OF UNKNOWN BODIES...
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Divine Bodies: Mystical Discourses in Philosophy
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...Bodies: Mystical Dis s in Philosophy Call for a divine is standard fare for all schools of philosophy of religion. However, when it comes to Irigaray's1 view of divinity, the issue can hardly be brought down to usual feministic struggle with metaphysical identities as imposed by patriarchal culture. New interpretations of Biblical studies proposed by Irigaray are of vital importance for contemporary society, which seldom takes into consideration gender when analyzing philosophy of religion. Luce Irigaray is far less concerned with giving certain definitions to the divine, describing its functions or features, than with proving logical necessity for the existence of the divine. From time... Divine...
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Rigid Bodies and Application to Snooker
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...Bodies and Application to Snooker Introduction The study of rigid body dynamics allows us to understand the main principles and laws of mechanics on practice as it provides visual examples on the base of natural observations. Rigid body dynamics principles and laws allow us to simply a number of real life physical problems, which deal with motion of bodies and successfully solve them. None would argue that principles of rigid body dynamics are widely applied on practice in different spheres of engineering especially in mechanical engineering. Rigid body dynamics allows describing motion...
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Amazing Facts on the human anatomy and or bodies
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...body is capable of doing wonders, there are several things which are not known to us and this paper will shed more light upon some really intriguing facts about the human body. A. Research shows that the lung size of Christiano Ronaldo is bigger than the lungs of an average human being; this is why the player is able to play indefatigably. His lungs allow him to hold more air and this is why he hardly gets tired. B. There are so many facts that are unknown and more facts are being discovered each day, it is very interesting to know these facts about our bodies. C. The main objective of this paper is to unravel facts... Client’s 13 October Unraveling of Facts: I. It is an open secret that the human...
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Tort Law - Principles limiting actions in negligence against public bodies
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...bodies. Introduction Public bodies have specific duties to protect or serve the public. However, the extent to which public duties can be interpreted to extend to a private duty of care under the tort of negligence has been a controversial issue.1 In particular, the House of Lords established the exclusionary rule in Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire ruling that the police did not owe a duty of care to the plaintiff on the grounds... ?Critically assess the rule in Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire [1989] AC 453 and consider both the justifications the courts have offered for maintaining the rule; and how the rule compares to other principles limiting actions in negligence against public...
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Bodies as a Site of Productions and Commodification
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...Bodies as a Site of Production and Commodification Human body is undeniably regarded as a distinctive and wonderful creation of Nature, which distinguishes the human beings from the rest of the creatures at large. The alluring beauty, enthralling attractiveness, superb magnetism and irresistible charms of the body as one single entity are equally captivating for the fellow-beings belonging to both the same and opposite genders; and its various parts and organs are really amazing and astounding ones in many respects including natural affection for the children, physical attraction and sexual inclinations for satisfying the carnal desires, study and research purposes... ?Anthropology Module Module ID:...
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Regulatory bodies are best placed to secure environmental protection Discuss
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...bodies are best placed to secure environmental protection" Discuss Questions What is regulation? Enhanced environmental regulation is presumed to minimise regulatory encumbrances through enhancement of the requirements themselves and the manner they are managed and implemented but without compromising the objective of environmental protection. Wide range of options has been utilised to improve the environmental regulations which include removal of outmoded regulations, coalescing existing regulations into a more administrable form and to find solutions to inconsistency or overlapping regulations between or within regulations. The compliance assurance features of better regulation... ? "Regulatory bodies...
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Review of Cleland Prosthetic Bodies and Virtual Cyborgs
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...Bodies and Virtual Cyborgs” Kathy Cleland’s article on prosthetic bodies and virtual cyborgs is indeed informative and fascinating in equal measure. She has made an in-depth analysis of the topic by employing concepts from psycho technology to elaborate how human behaviour correlate with that of virtual avatars. Ideally, psycho technology extends the cognitive and sensory processes of human beings into the virtual world, thus instilling a sense of realism in the manner in which avatars are operated in their environment. As Cleland indicates, “our body image/schema expands to incorporate technological prosthetics as we project sensory perceptions in and through them... Review of Cleland “Prosthetic...
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What public Sector Bodies can expect from their Auditors
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...Bodies can expect from their Auditors This paper will discuss the service that public sector bodies may expect to receive from auditors in Malaysia. The paper will investigate how value can be added by reporting in a fair and appropriate manner, how mutual understanding can be achieved in the planning process and observing professional ethics. As there is a need for proper understanding between public sector bodies and their auditors, including the various roles of public sector bodies and auditors, there should be cooperation between them in order to facilitate efficient arrangements for auditing. Auditors often provide added value by noting an opportunity for cost-efficient... What public Sector Bodies ...
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Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies (Aristotle)
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...bodies" (Aristotle) God has blessed me with many relations.Some are bonded so strong enough that there influence will remain till my death. Friendship is one of such lovely relation. Since childhood I meet hundreds of fellows. Every one has different and unique nature. Most of them leave pleasant memories but some have also harsh one. But I love to remember and call those who always been good to me. I love to enjoy their company and always wish to live with them. After many experiences in my life, I recognize that every person in you life need not be your friend. As I have my own individual nature and thoughts so it is not necessary... that I am not the perfect person. There are of course...
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How U.S. Government and regulatory bodies can manage business cycles
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...Bodies Can Manage Business Cycles Introduction Business cycles can be defined as larger fluctuations in the economic activities or in the production of goods and services over a long period of time. It is sometimes known as economic cycle and is often associated with periods of high economic growth or high production and those periods of low economic growth. The business cycle therefore consists of periods of economic booms as well as periods of economic recession or decline. The measurement for the business cycle is often done by the government through the measure of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of a particular nation. It is however important to note that even... How U.S. Government and Regulatory...
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Bodies are political. using specific examples, discuss this statement and explain how watching or displaying bodies can be a political act
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...Bodies are Political Introduction Over the past twenty years the ways in which gender and gender divisions are theorized have undergone substantial changes. Earlier assumptions of a shared oppression uniting women have given way to recognition of difference and diversity, while the notions of human subjectivity and progress on which the political project of feminism is allegedly premised have been challenged. Our trouble is not our womanhood, but the artificial trammels of custom under false conditions. We are, as a sex, infinitely superior to men, and if we were free and developed, healthy in body and mind, as we should be under natural conditions, our...
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Are we our bodies or are we our minds Descartes and Nietzsche's arguments
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...Bodies or are we our Minds? Descartes and Nietzsche’s arguments In philosophy, the imperative matter of what is mind and what is body comes into practice many times as philosophers deconstruct the human disposition. In the quest for truth, most philosophers have spent sleepless nights pondering these topics without really coming to any firm conclusions. Two of the most renowned philosophers, Descartes and Nietzsche, try to prove what the meaning of life is in their passages and dissertations. I will discuss and compare arguments from both philosophers’ viewpoints in order to reach a conclusion. In “Meditations on First Philosophy,” Rene Descartes begins... ? First and Full of or 8 July Are we our Bodies...
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Identify and evaluate ways in which men and women have tried to modify their bodies
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...Body modification Introduction Apparently, in today’s world, not so many people are very happy with their bodies. There is too much pressure based on looks and it all comes in a certain manner and from many directions. In UK, people are accusing fashion and fitness industries, advertisers, gossip magazines, and celebrities of over relying and promoting particular body ideals that are either unattainable or unrealistic for over 97 per cent of the population (Harreaves and Tiggemann, 2004:351). Such adulations that are promoting particular body types of body images can lead many to experience insecurity,...
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How do various societies construct gender identities,sexual practices and gendered bodies
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...Bodies Anthropologists are primarily concerned with finding solutions to human problems. They eventually have to create a body of knowledge so as to be better placed to tackle human problems and devise appropriate solutions. Anthropologists are usually trained in one of four areas, one of which is socio-cultural anthropology. This area of interest explores social patterns coupled with cultural practices. When one dives into the mechanics of society workings, certain features are common to each and every community. In connection to this, there also exist differences in characteristics, traditions and customs. This article... How Various Societies Construct Gender Identity, Sexual Practices and Gendered...
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Live sperm dead bodies
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...body, and the welfare of the childto be. Metaphysically, the person disappears from his or her body at death, but the dead body continues to command respect. (3, 4) However, metaphysical issues are always in debate and their value and use in important matters such as this are called into question. Although most religions generally believe in the survival of the soul, few religions teach about the soul sufficiently clear for there to be any general agreement as to what the soul is or what happens to the soul after death. For example, Christians tend to believe that the body one has at death... Introduction: Posthumous semen retrieval raises questions about consent, the respectful treatment of the dead...
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Representing bodies case study
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...body look like? What can a masculine body do?’ Introduction The 2002 film ‘8 mile’ is a movie about an aspiring white male rapper who is seeking recognition and credibility in his music within the African-American rapping world. The story basically explores the struggles that a young white main is going through in order to be identified in a world where he is not considered the majority individual. His struggles include family issues, identity issues, as well as societal problems which relate to gender and masculinity concerns within stereotypical settings. This paper shall explore the black masculinities, including the gender depictions and stereotypes... Black Masculinities: ‘What does a masculine...
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Our bodies our politics
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... Gender Stereotypes in Modern Culture and Science The first reading by Natalie Angier is devoted to the issue of gender stereotypes in relation to femininity and masculinity. The author analyzes the issue based on the popular belief that pink color should be used in womens clothing, while the blue color is suitable for men and boys. The author notes that this is due to gender stereotypes about masculinity and femininity. Society as well as science demonstrates the confidence that the man is a strong and active being, while the woman is a weak and passive creature. All this leads to the fact that even science shows a desire to dissociate itself from femininity that has primarily a negative... Gender...
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Janet Halley's Perspective on Fighting Bodies, Fighting Words: A Theory and Politics of Rape
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...Bodies, Fighting Words: A Theory and Politics of Rape Prevention Janet Halley’s Perspective on Fighting Bodies, Fighting Words: A Theory and Politics of Rape Prevention In her article Fighting Bodies, Fighting Words: A Theory and Politics of Rape, Marcus (1992, p166) presented her extended views and perceptions about feminism and rape prevention in a broader context. These views have been perceived and discussed differently by different literary critics, feminists and sociologists to linkup these views with reality. Janet Halley’s ideology is to understand the power, root and language of rape in order to create a politics and prevent rape. This is a new... ? Janet Halley’s Perspective on Fighting Bodies, ...
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Live sperm dead bodies
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...body, and the welfare of the child to be. Metaphysically, the person disappears from his or her body at death, but the dead body continues to command respect. (3, 4) However, metaphysical issues are always in debate and their value and use in important matters such as this are called into question. Although most religions generally believe in the survival of the soul, few religions teach about the soul sufficiently clear for there to be any general agreement as to what the soul is or what happens to the soul after death. For example, Christians tend to believe that the body one has... Introduction: Posthumous semen retrieval raises questions about consent, the respectful treatment of the dead body,...
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Neither human beings nor their bodies should be commodities that can be traded on the market. Discuss this question
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...Bodies should not be traded as Commodities in the Market Why Human Beings and Human Bodies should not be traded as Commodities in the Market Human beings are worthy creatures whose value cannot be evaluated and thus cannot be traded in the market. Human body parts should neither be traded because they combine to form the whole body of a human being. Human trade or trafficking is illegal and culprits should face tough legal measure due to their inhuman activities. The sale of human bodies makes them objects which are not the case. Human bodies are special organs which cannot be compared to objects and thus trade of human beings or their body parts should not be encouraged... Why Human Beings and Human...
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How does Dreger want us to understand and feel about abnormal bodies at the end of One of Us
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...bodies at the end of one of us? Dreger feels that medical correction of appearance should be avoided. She strongly believes that the involvement of doctors in defining beauty and what is normal is unethical and dangerous. However, she also considers the right of a person to make a choice basing their judgement on the risks and benefits of a given procedure even though according to her, “ the more it is expected, the less of a free choice it becomes” (145). Dreger further points out that medicalization of some important aspects of individual identity can be beneficial if only the individual is not unjustly oppressed. Dreger considers... How does Dreger want us to understand and feel about abnormal bodies ...
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Choose a professional career path such as CIMA, ACCA. and critical evaluation of two professional bodies appropriate for your ca
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...body that offers professional training in accountancy management, which focuses on business accountancy as a career. This professional body emphasis on the development of a career path, based on management accounting. The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is an international body that offers qualifications for to people who want to make a career on professional accountancy and finance (Page, 2002). For one to pursue a career on accounts as chartered certified accountants, they need to register and be members of ACCA. This body has an aim of ensuring that that the growth of accountancy... ?Professional Career Path Introduction CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) is a...
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The Extent to which Football Clubs and Governing Bodies Restrict Player Rights under Article 45 of the TFEU
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...Bodies Restrict Player Rights under Article 45 of the TFEU The Extent to whichFootball Clubs and Governing Bodies Restrict Player Rights under Article 45 of the TFEU Introduction The ECJ delivered the Bosman Case ruling based on the TFEU’s Article 45 establishing EU nationals’ rights not to be discriminated in member states. This ruling contended that EU national football players could negotiate contracts with other clubs if their contracts expired, nullifying the rights of their football clubs to demand for a fee for their move to take place (Siekmann, 2012: p34). This ruling acted to remedy a transfer system that restricted freedom of movement... The Extent to which Football Clubs and Governing...
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Describe an epidemic disease and how it may change the preparation of the bodies for funeral services
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...bodies are formed like the ones formed in the yellow fever. The tissues and blood of the near death patients suffering from Ebola virus are highly infectious. King... Ebola Virus Introduction: Dr. John W. King’s article (2003) on Ebola Virus gives us detailed information on the infection that takes its from the Ebola River in Zaire, Africa where its outbreak was first identified. The same year the virus was also spotted among the people living in Nzara, Sudan. Approximately 602 cases of Ebola Virus were reported that year out of which 397 died. Research was carried out on the two strains of viruses which were identified as Ebola Zaire (EBO-Z) and Ebola Sudan (EBO-S). On comparison the Zaire strain had...
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Bodies in society: Bio-power
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...body of scholarly knowledge by providing new findings that specifically outline the key operational determinants of successful call centres from the viewpoint of customers and call centre employees. In order to investigate the nature of these key determinants, the study proposed one research question and one hypothesis. The research question is: What are the key determinants of successful call centre operations which are outsourced to INDIA and what are the more effective ways of managing call centres? The study’s hypothesis is: The key operational determinants of successful call centre management are qualified, technically... CHAPTER V: FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 5 Introduction This...
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From the decade of 1990s Nike Inc is facing criticisms from different human rights organizations and government bodies
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...bodies. Nike management is using the sweatshops for manufacturing of the products where the labor law is violated. The manufacturing units of Nike are mainly in the Asian countries like China... ?Problem Research Table of Contents Table of Contents Part A 4 The Problem Situation 4 Problem Symptoms 4 Problem ment 5 Part B 5 The Problem 5 Fishbone Diagram 6 Key Findings 7 Part C 7 Problem Statement Testing 7 The Issue (Paraphrase) 7 Opportunity from the Issue (180 Degree) 7 Problem in the Larger Context (Broaden the Focus) 8 Redirection of the Issue 9 Why Ask Why 9 Conclusion 10 Problem Restatement 10 Clarification of Changes 10 Newly Discovered Problem Knowledge 10 Part D 10 Part One 10 Part Two 11...
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To what extent do the provisions of the civil and criminal law ensure that corporate bodies are held responsible for their harmful acts and omissions
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...bodies are held responsible for their harmful acts and omissions? Introduction A company can be regarded as a legal person, competent of being prosecuted, and should be necessarily be treated differently from an individual owing to its artificial personality. Corporate crimes features unlawful acts, omissions, or commissions by corporate organizations themselves as either legal or social entities or by the administrators or employees of the corporations acting as per the operative objectives or standard operating procedures and cultural norms of the organization, tailored at benefiting the corporations themselves... To what extent do the provisions of the civil and criminal law ensure that corporate...
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The 9th grade girls at Apopka High School are not comfortable with their changing bodies. They feel unattractive and insecure an
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...body and lack of confidence among many others (Strong et al., 2005). Boys tend to engage in physical activities more than their female counterparts. Some of the reasons that make girls to keep of sports include being bullied by boys, a perception that sports is for boys, and negative attitude towards their bodies, just to mention a few. Most importantly, some studies have shown that girls’ tend to develop positive character, including improved self-esteem and confidence, as a result of participating in sports (Scottish... ?Prospectus Section number: Part Two Revised problem ment Studies have shown that many teenage girls suffer from low self-esteem as results of factors such as the shape of their body...
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Water is the predominant constituent of all of the bodies tissues. Discuss and compare the roles of water in cellular tissues and the connective tissues
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...body weight, with 2/3rd in the intracellular and 1/3rd in the extracellular compartments (www.merckvetmanual.com). Of the extracellular water, 75% is in the interstitial tissue and the rest is in the intravascular region. Most of the animal cells are bound by the plasma membranes which are permeable to water and the total water content is maintained in a state of homeostatic equilibrium by the forces of osmotic pressure. Any change in the total water content of the body results in the maintenance of even... Role of Water in Cellular Tissues and the Connective Tissues Introduction Water is the predominant constituent of majority of the tissues in any living form. In animals it comprises 60% of the body...
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Rate the influence, based on your studies in this course, as well as information from other sources, of the legislative bodies,
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...bodies and interest groups have influenced the way policies are formulated and implemented. However, there are different levels at which these bodies and groups significantly influence policy making. Through readings of different articles and researches made by experts in the field of public administration and policy making, it was found that there are groups that exert more influence than another group, although a confluence of these groups wholly influence what the policies should and how it is implemented, hence, eventually directing the outcome of decision making in terms of public policy. Introduction Public policy is said to be a broad field whose... ? Influence on Public Policy Various government...
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To what extent are human bodies products of culture Discuss In relation to Susan Benson and Anne Balsamo theories and give 2 ex
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...Body and Culture: Applying Benson and Balsamo Introduction The body has been one of the most common s of dis and research in almost all the aspects of human existence: philosophy, biology and health, sociology, and even in economics (Lewis, 2002). It is viewed as a vehicle to many human functions, needs, and activities of daily living. Many have also utilized the body as a means for acquiring the desired and to achieve pleasure (e.g., sexuality and gender evolution). It is inarguable that the body has helped shape human identity (Benson, 2002, p. 123); at the same time, it served as an instrument to the expression of one’s culture, beliefs and practices (e.g., tattoos, body... ?Examining the Human Body...
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2.In the past the body was seen by managers simply as a tool of labour, whereas more contemporary approaches see workers bodies and emotions as largely aesthetic resources. Discuss
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...bodies... Human resource management The management, of the organizations is based on the well equipped managers who deliver the skills that are required to increase as well as improving the day to day running of the organizations. the human resource management has a special task in the ensuring the welfare of the organizations workforce as the contextual perception of human resources is concerned is concerned. The management is concerned with the training of the workforce to enhance their technical competence. The management also helps in the building and promoting the organizational culture and principles that enhance the management and the production in the part...
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In your response, support the following statement: The medicalization of gendered bodies has served to shape, emphasize, control, and/or regulate certain norms and social hierarchies in highly specific ways
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...body. Contemporary western societies have established high, unattainable standards of the female body and face and supported these standards for commercial and social reasons. The medicalization expresses the inequality that exists for women and is propagandized for commercial purposes. The Los Angeles Times reported that Dr. Matlock is for the idea “the woman is the designer and the doctor is just... Women Medicalization is the Direct Result of Gender Inequality According to Ritzer and Ryan, medicalization is the process in which “previously non medical aspects of life come to be seen in medical terms, usually as disorders or illnesses” (141). Medicalization seems to play a vital role in shaping,...
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The prevalence of creative accounting in the corporate world is as a result of deficiencies in the legal systems for banking and accounting, inadequacies in the autonomy of governmental regulation and supervision bodies, practical difficulties in enforcin
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...body of law... of Inadequacies in the Autonomy of Government Regulation and Supervision Bodies The next theory that will be discussed is the theory that the prevalence of creative accounting is tied to how autonomous government regulation and supervision bodies are. The definition of autonomy is “not controlled by outside forces” (Wordnet), and, after reviewing the literature regarding creative accounting, there is some truth to this statement. Accounting is regulated in most countries by two different means – local laws and accounting regulations, which take the form of standards. (Gowthorp & Amat p. 4). These standards are closely governed by the...
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In terms of child protection critically examine the policy developments that have been introduced to facilitate collaboration of different bodies in England and Wales. Outline the major strengths and weaknesses and give recommendations for improvement
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...bodies in England and Wales. Outline the major strengths and weaknesses and give recommendations for improvement 1. Introduction The continuous increase of incidents related to children abuse across England and Wales has led to the establishment of strict policies for the protection of the specific part of the population. The relevant plans have been based on collaboration, a term commonly used for showing the close cooperation and the effective communication in developing particular activities. In the literature, collaboration has been defined as ‘a development... In terms of child protection critically examine the policy developments that have been introduced to facilitate collaboration of different...
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