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Profile of Mood States and Parental Attitudes in Motherhood: Comparing Women with planned and unplanned Pregrnancies
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...Comparing Women with planned and unplanned Pregnancies Enter the Number ` University or College Name of the Professor 4th March, 2012 ABSTRACT Motherhood is a very special and precious bond. The whole procedure of bringing the child to the world involves various efforts. These may be planned or unplanned. The unplanned or “surprise” comes with initial problems and stresses as compared to planned ones. These problems however can be solved by counseling or seeking medical help According to Robert Browning, “All the love begins and ends at Motherhood”. It is not just giving birth to a new life but the beginning of a new kinship relation... . This unique relation unlike any other relation lasts...
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Pattern of Development (Comparing and Contrasting Women in the 19th and 21st Centuries)
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...Comparing and Contrasting Women in the 19th and 21st Centuries The 21st century woman has a lot in common with her 19th century counterpart, but also demonstrates a level of thinking, reasoning and ability to fight for her rights that sets her apart from her colleagues who were born and lived in the 19th century (Offor, 2010). In the 19th century, women were meant to be seen and not heard; they were considered to be nothing... ? Individual Project Unit 4 al Affiliation) Pattern of Development For this assignment, I have selected the comparison and contrast pattern of development. I will use this pattern to develop and create my introduction and to form a clear and concise thesis statement. Introduction:...
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Comparing West German Women and East German Women's Economic and Social Statuses Before and After Unification
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...Women's Fertility and Employment Decisions under Two Political Systems - Comparing East and West Germany before Reunification. Economic Papers. Retrieved on 7 May, 2012, on http://www.rwi-essen.de/publikationen/ruhr-economic-papers/79/. May, J. (2012). World Population Policies: Their Origin, Evolution, and Impact. New York: Springer. Ruspn, E., and Dale, E. (2002). The Gender Dimension of Social Change: The Contribution of Dynamic Research to the Study of Women's Life Courses. Bristol: The Policy Press. Ritter, G. and Deveson, R. (2011... ? East versus West Germany Women Before and After Unification Table of Contents ………………………………………………………….…….3 2. Introduction……………………………………………………….……...4 3. Women in...
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Comparing the Role of Women in Classical Societies
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...women have also been eulogized in most classical eras; portrayed as epitomes of beauty, subdued wisdom, loyalty and subservience in all societies. Virginity, obedience, domestic service to husband and family has been well defined virtues found common in all classical societies. Compared to the western classical society of ancient Rome, the oriental classical society of India and China was more submissive to the governance of men over their lives. They had been imbibed by a strong cultural and religious breeding to evolve themselves into the role given to them by birth. The gender bias was an undisputedly accepted norm in those societies. The remnants...
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Comparing Two Women from Judith and The Wife's Lament
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...women were regarded as inferior to men in the family and in the community. However, there are times that exceptional women rise above the superior gender and show that even women are able to become leaders in patriarchal societies. Beauty is one of the instruments that women usually use to become the persons that they want to be and to accomplish the things they want done. When beauty is coupled with wit, it is a combination that means power that is not to be lightly taken especially when one is involved in love and war. Women like Ruth, Esther, and Judith in the Bible are regarded among exceptional women who rose above... Full A Woman’s Strength During the early centuries as to the ancient times, women...
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Comparing Blakes political poems in the Songs of Innocence and Experience to Mary Wollstonecrafts A vindication of the rights of women
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...Compare one of William Blake’s political poems in the Songs of Innocence and Experience and compare it to a text by Mary Wollstonecraft in a vindication of the rights of women. Is one more politically relevant than the other? Why? Comparing Blake’s political poems in the Songs of Innocence and Experience to Mary Wollstonecraft’s A vindication of the rights of women particularly when he spoke of innocence and experience in the metaphors of the Lamb and Tiger made Blake politically irrelevant despite of his stature as a great thinker of the Romantic Period. Mary Wollstonecraft’s A vindication of the rights...
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The Status of Women in Middle Eastern Countries
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...women specially the divorce laws are quite strict in the sense that women, like men, are not allowed to divorce. It is also important to note that there are still some harmful customary practices present in Egyptian society which virtually subjugated women to a lot inferior position. The female gentile mutilation of married women is one of the highly practiced customs which is virtually forcing more than 97% married women to fall prey of such a practice. (Human Rights Watch, 2004). When comparing women with men, in terms of wages, women almost get 76% of the average men's wages in private sector however this ratio is higher in public sector enterprises where women get 86% of the wages taken...
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The Destructive Male
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...women in order to balance out their forces of destruction. Her rhetorical devices like comparing women to mere romancers, in front of a women’s convention, put her point across perfectly. In the speech, Stanton utilized the Toulmin method of argument (Browne & Robert 213). She makes her claim, which states her belief and the point that she wished to get across, that is that domination by men was unacceptable. She goes on to give reasons for this such as the fact that men only possessed half of the ideas needed to solve pertinent issues in society and government. She then gives her warrant, by stating that men are...
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Women in the Workplace A Positive Perspective
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...women has yet to be proven. Repetti et al. (1989) found very little proof to sustain a global relationship between paid employment either mental or physical health in women. Instead, the research revealed that paid employment had health benefits for some women and detrimental consequences on others. These results reckoned on the individuality of a woman, her family situation, and the properties of her job. The results of the research presented the following: Employment adds to better health benefits for unmarried women when compared to married women. For married women... Women at Work Place - a Positive Perspective 'The hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world.' 'Behind the success...
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Do women suffer mental health issues after experiencing an abortion
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...women who go through ‘blues’, or mild post-partum depression, has a more likely event of 70-80%. Women with deeper levels of post-partum run at about 20%. In addition, this mental state can evolve into post-partum psychosis in which a mother experiences “insomnia, irrational ideas, feelings of failure, self-accusatory thoughts, depression, fatigue, and hallucinations; sometimes, she may threaten suicide” (Riordan, 2005, p. 476). With the number of emotional problems available to consider for women who have had children, studies that compare women who have had abortions to women who have... ?Running Head: WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH Mental health issues after abortion Abortion is a difficult social issue, as...
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Comparing 4 images
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...Comparing four images Art is a representation of the society. Different artists use their artistic talents to represent the cultural and social features of the society. Art provides the artists with an effective platform to criticize the society by portraying the conspicuous cultural and social features in their creations. Painting is among the oldest type of art used by people throughout the history of humans and therefore provides a realistic review of numerous social and cultural features in the human society. Through successive arts developed in different societies at different times, it is possible to analyze the differences in not only the artistic values but also...
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Comparing Policing
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...Comparing International Police Departments For a seasoned traveller, there may be a marked number of differences between cultures and traditions of various countries. Culture shock may be a term that is easily thrown around because of the varying ways that people conduct themselves. However, there is a common denominator among all the nations of the world. A department of peace and security that holds almost similar mission objectives and goals when it comes to the protection of the immediate population of the residents of a certain country. That common denominator is the police department. It is the one arm of government that is consistently present across the nations of...
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Comparing germany sertiotypes with america
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...Comparing Germany stereotype with America Stereotyping has long been present and has now becomea part of our society. Stereotype may be defined as generalization about a group of people. The five stereotypes about Germans that I believe to be true and admire are as follows: Germans are straight forward and say what they feel. They are mostly healthy, good looking, and strong. German women are not conscious about their weight and enjoy meat. They are very simple people in the sense that they are not constantly trying to take someone else’s place. German sense of humor is subtle. Most of these traits are quite opposite to the American values. What I have...
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Comparing
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...Comparing Reasons for College Protests in the 1960s “The Vietnam war and anger of African American were some the apparent causes of the realized protests in the decade (Conlin 275). Dissent opinions on the war stimulated protests that aimed at opposing America’s engagement in the war. Many other factors however explain anger among African American students into the protests, some of which could explain the protests in other regions. Rules that regulated colleges were outdated and were not appropriate for the college students whose ages were different from corresponding students’ ages when the rules were established. The rules therefore appeared restrictive to the older...
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Discuss the status of women in two middle eastern countries. What are the differences in the status of women and their relative equality and inequality with men, and what accounts for those differences
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...women, like men, are not allowed to divorce. It is also important to note that there are still some harmful customary practices present in Egyptian society which virtually subjugated women to a lot inferior position. The female gentile mutilation of married women is one of the highly practiced customs which is virtually forcing more than 97% married women to fall prey of such a practice. (Human Rights Watch, 2004). When comparing women with men, in terms of wages, women almost get 76% of the average men’s wages in private sector however this ratio is higher in public sector enterprises where women get 86% of the wages taken by an average man. Similarly, according... Introduction   The issue of women’s...
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Comparing Feminism and Marxism
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...Comparing feminism and Marxism Marxism is a political theory, which is inspired by the work of Karl Marx and believes in the equality of mankind, without the differences of social classes. Feminism is a theory, which believes in equality of men and women. In a way, both are related, as both believes in the equality and fight against injustice. Marxism Marxism is the term used for the political philosophy and practice, which are mainly inspired by the work of the Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Today, Marxism is present in many disciplines including, media studies, history, sociology, economics, literature etc. The Marxists disagree on few things and one of those things... discrimination...
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Comparing
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...Comparing Introduction Well-known thinkers and philosophers like Russell, Hitchens and Dawkins have put forward their own interpretation of religion and non-belief in existence of God. However, it remains debatable topic to discuss the universal creation and relation of god with it. In the present age of technological enlightenment, these thinkers have their own arguments towards the roots and basis of religion. In fact, frequent discoveries of new planets and scientific inventions have branded different religions as dogma, based on ethical dilemma. Human beings are becoming more inquisitive, than ever before, about the authority of religion and religious scriptures, which...
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Saudi Women
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...compare their social life with that of the women in other countries. Modern Saudi women know very well that gender equality is a natural right or a basic right for them and the dominant male community is trying to deny it. In Saudi, “gender equality means that the different behaviors, aspirations and needs of women and men are considered, valued and favored equally” (Alsaleh, N.d., p.124). However, Saudi culture does not provide equality to men and women as the west culture does. It should be noted that Saudi women cannot start business in Saudi without a male sponsor. All the Arabic newspapers in Saudi are run by the male community. Male community in Saudi does not like the over... ?Saudi Women Gender...
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Cardiovascular disease in women: Implications for improving health outcome
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...women. In critically evaluating these studies, more large-population randomized controlled trials are needed in order to compare therapies and interventions in the management of CV risks among menopausal women. Through these studies, the best and most appropriate interventions can be applied in order to improve the health outcomes for all women. Cardiovascular disease in women: Implications for improving health outcome Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION Cardiovascular diseases are considered the major cause of mortality... This study set out to critically review studies discussing cardiovascular diseases in women and the implications relating to improvements of their health outcomes. This study evaluated different ...
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Comparing the New Immigrants
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...Comparing the “New” Immigrants Comparing the “New” Immigrants Many historians have a tendency to view events in the world from a certain point of view, which is almost always the same for these historians. In the past, it could have been said that historians were leaning towards getting a story from the point of view of the majority of the people they were studying, leaving out the minority whose point of view and experiences were different from those of the majority, hence the historians’ errors. This has led to history books propagating biased information as viewed from a point of view of a certain group, which may have been exaggerating the information to make it more enticing... ?Running Head:...
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Representation and Stereotype of Women in Video Games
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...women are represented as non-aggressive beauties and most Asian men (fully 75%) are shown using martial arts (Burgess et al., 2007). Finally, an experiment (Burgess et al., 2007, Study 3) showed that exposure to a video game with African-American characters increased recognition of violent stimuli as compared to exposure to a video game without African-American characters. According to a game designer Sheri Graner Ray, “Most video games are like bad boyfriends--they're too involved with their own male sexuality to even try to crack the female sexual code. According to Shelly “female games are mainly concerned with more than just exciting visuals and flashy surfaces.” The researcher apart... ....
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Women philosophy
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...Women Philosophy At the beginning of the part four of the dis Descartes explained his position concerning the omissions he had made when trying to explain the three kinds of primordial notions, namely; body, soul and the union existing between the body and the soul. He said that we cannot recognize the above three notions by way of comparing with one another (Women Philosophers, PP 18). Hence he felt that he must have stated the difference that subsists among the soul along with its functions, body, the union of the two and the means with which all these three notions become immediately obvious. He affirmed that although the soul is conceived as a material, it is distinctly... ?Short Essay Philosophy:...
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Women and poverty
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...women. Other factors contributing to the high poverty levels in the society include unequal resources distribution as well as lack of opportunities. This journal article provides insights on the causes of poverty in the society among women, and points out the disparities in the society. It compares significantly with the rest of articles in this analysis as it provides adequate information on the causes of poverty among women in the society. Burkhauser, Richard and Sabia Joseph. "The Effectiveness of Minimum-Wage Increases in Reducing Poverty: Past, Present, and Future." Contemporary Economic Policy 25.2 2007. With the poverty levels... Women and poverty Townson, Monica. A Report Card on Women and...
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Women Suffrage
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...women would be provided the right to vote would be enough to inspire opposition in the south among both the politicians and citizens including women (Paxton & Hughes 2007 pp. 46). It was not until August 18, 1920 that the 19th Amendment was ratified by the thirty-six states needed to make it a law. When comparing Kuhn’s thoughts on paradigm shifts within the hard sciences it is easy to see that it does also apply to the social sciences. Though every detail may not fit perfectly it is easy to see that the same basic principles do apply. The shift from thinking that only rich white landowners can vote to that which all citizens can vote came along because of anomalies... WOMENS SUFFRAGE, AND LOCAL POLITICS ...
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Comparing movie Genres
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...Comparing Genres Movies have always been the best mode for portraying a message to a larger audience. Every movie depicts and addresses a particulartheme in its own style. Issues like racism, sex and violence have been highlighted in different genres of movies. Genres of Horror and Action movies incorporate these issues more effectively. Racism has been brutally followed in most parts of the world. An issue of global concern, racism has been the central idea in movies which give out a message to the society. Action movies have depicted racism through violence either as revolutionary acts or instances in the history involving slavery. Revolts against slavery in interior...
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Trojan Women
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...comparing the different societies by using the women in the play. In one of her visions, Cassandra sees her new master’s wife killing both her and her master. This is a clear indication to the fact that women maltreatment cut across all the societies. Her new master is a Greek, and their new home... Trojan women Introduction Following a plot based on real life occurrences, the play Women of Troy as produced by the UTSC depicts the sufferings of women in the pre medieval Greek. Coincidentally, the play was produced during the great Peloponnesian war and has thus far been referred to as a commentary of the war. The play opens up with war, mayhem, Troy has come under the greatest attack in the history of ...
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Comparing Nursing Education
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...Comparing nursing education: China and Poland Introduction Environmental systems around enterprises and professions vary across regions and political boundaries with political, legal, and cultural factors forming bases for the differences. Education system into professions is one of the variables across countries. Political history, government agencies, and professional organizations, for example, play a significant role in the scope of professional trainings. I, in this paper, compare nursing education system in the People’s Republic of China with that in Poland through exploration of the role of these factors. Political history and development of nursing...
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Poetry Comparing and Contrasting
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...Comparing and Contrasting Poems The poem To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell depicts a young lady who has been slow with respect to responding to sexual advances of a young man. The young man spends a lot of time admiring each body part of the young women despite the resistance she directs towards his advances. In Those Winter Sundays by Robert Hayden, we see an adult speaker who depicts the ways in which his father expresses love and concern towards him based on the actions he engaged in. Both of these poems To His Coy Mistress and Those Winter Sundays contain common elements that will show the similarities and differences of their content... women. Conversely, Hayden uses...
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Comparing Literary Works Themes'
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...comparing literary works themes 31st October Introduction Marriage is a socially recognized union between spouses where interpersonal relationships which can be sexual in nature are allowed in various cultures. Depending with ones culture, marriage is influenced by various factors. These include prescriptive marriage rules, individual desire, socially determined rules of incest, and parental choice among others. Being a socially activity, many authors have written about marriage and other aspect that revolves around the theme of gender roles and marriage. This paper aims at comparing and contrasting two literary works that discusses the theme of marriage. These articles are How I Met My... Running head:...
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Comparing Biblical and Denominational Christianity
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...Comparing Biblical and Denominational Christianity In examining the differences between what is termed Biblical Christianity in comparison to denominational Christianity can be best understood through the focus that is taken for guidance. In Biblical Christianity, the Bible is the primary resource for guidance, all questions answered through Biblical reference. In denominational Christianity, the Bible is a primary resource, but the belief systems that have been developed to frame the cohesion of the group have been formed through additional writings and interpretations that inform the group on how to believe and worship. Both types of belief systems ascribe to the basic Christian tenets... ...
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Mozart's Women
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...Comparing the women of two operas has proven to be a false reality as most documentation has used fallacies which would be against the purpose of this paper. One example is shown is Kristi Brown's, Mozart's Women. She compared Donna Anna to a misfortunate Spanish maiden. She never once considered the social context whereas Mozart was writing an Italian opera only using the setting and subject matter of "Don Juan" with an 18th century interpretation as did Moliere use "Don Juan" in France in the precedent century. Social context were taken into account in both cases. During her lecture of Mozart's two operas, Mrs Brown never took mentioned the social... ? Mozart's Die Zauberflote and Don Giovanni...
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Discrimination Of Women
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...women, men viewed them only objects of pleasure and they did not have any real position in the society. Indian societal dynamics epitomizes this aspect of the subject and is perfect to further elaborate and compare the role of women in ancient and contemporary society. In India, female infanticide and sex-selective abortions are highly prevalent. (Weisner, 2001, p. 108) Incidents of female infanticide and feticide are particularly common in the rural India, where people are vastly hardwired to their religious and cultural values that are often considered to be quite misogynistic in their teachings... ?Running head: Discrimination of Women Discrimination of Women s This research analyzes the problem of...
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Literature Discussion
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...Compare her language and style of writing in Appeal to the Christian Women of the South with that of Letters to Catherine Beecher. Grimke's Appeal addressed Christian women so she quoted scripture to substantiate her arguments. She tried to persuade by winning the women's confidence. She used her fraternity in Christ to appeal to them. She quoted the violation of constitution. This is a logical appeal to rationale. She mentioned contemporary examples of what the Emancipation movement did. She tried to shame the Southern women... Comparisons. Question Different Writing Tactics to Sway Different People: Angelina Grimk uses different writing tactics to sway different people....
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Z / T Statistic Tools in Comparing Means
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...Comparing Means Z and T-tests are valuable statistic tools that are used in data analysis. In particular, the two tools are used to determine whether two sets of statistical data are statistically equivalent. For instance, the tests are conducted to determine whether two means from two samples are equal. The analysis starts with the formation of a hypothesis which is either rejected or not rejected after the calculations. The two tests are almost similar and one can be used in place of another. Introduction In this case study I am going to write about the application of the use of z-test and t-test in comparing two means. The population involved a random sample of 75... Task Z T Statistic Tools in...
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Comparing handwashing techniques - microbiology
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...compared to the NHS standard methods in this study. Assessment was based on the E. coli K 12 colony count before and after the hand washing, E.coli K12 strain being the indicator... On better hand washing techniques Good practices of asepsis, sterilization and disinfection are of utmost importance in treatment and care of the sick and immunosuppressed people. According to health care professionals, MRSA (Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is a serious concern in hospitals and is identified as one of the biggest killers in NHS. Hand washing is the single most effective technique which can help prevent a large number of nosocomial (hospital acquired) infections. Normal hand washing procedure was...
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Comparing and Contrasting Pieces of Art
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...Comparing and contrasting pieces of art Comparing and contrasting pieces of art Introduction Greek traditions are the springs by which a number of the features components of the Western tradition originate. Their explorations and creativities in art have mutually captivated and encouraged other members several decades. For this paper, I will discuss on three different forms of art that have had clear themes and presentation of both the past and present art works as indicated by Henry Sayre in his book, “A world of art.” Henry offers students an introduction to art, which stresses critical thinking as well as visual lucidness. In most of the art work wrote by Henry, it is clear that he needed...
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Comparing a North American Native civilization with a European's
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...women enjoyed as compared to their European counterparts, this is not necessarily the same story with the northern European Vikings. Due to the fact that the Vikings were semi-nomadic and often engaged in expeditions of conquest and wealth acquisition, the women who remained at home were responsible for ensuring that the civilization continued to operate... Comparing a North American Native civilization with a European civilization For purposes of comparing and contrasting European and Native American civilizations, this brief analysis will consider the Arakaris and the European Vikings. Similar to the Arakaris, the Vikings subsisted on a combination of foraging, hunting, planting crops, and fishing. ...
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New position of women
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...women and education with an intention of comparing and contrasting their levels of advancement, women will still take a great lead, something that defines their new position in society. The author’s research has identified the truth behind this, and how female students dominate professional schools as well as colleges, where they compete with the male students thereby outweighing them in terms of degrees that they hold after their studies. As a matter of fact, she has made it plain that the ratio of male to female who receive... Task: New Position of Women Hanna Rosin, the of The End of Men has intensively carried out a research and come out with a yielding result about a very sensitive issue that...
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The gender communication connection
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...women as women. For instance: Men and women’s personal achievement in terms of having a strong career or political power within the society greatly affects the way they speak and act. Therefore, it is arguable that men and women who are in power communicate differently as compared to men and women who do not have a significant role in the society in terms of having a strong career or political power. Three Selected Interesting Ideas and Its Impact when Applied to the Student’s Personal Life I find it interesting to learn that men has the tendency to hide in their “caves” or prefers to be alone whenever they undergo extreme life... Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus Total Number of Words 251...
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Comparing and Contrast Different Religions
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...women at one time, a rule which could get any Christian man land in jail if practiced by him. However, polygamy is a practice which is thought to be restricted by rabbis and not God in Judaism. Though many rabbis claimed that a man should take no more than four wives, Rabbi Gershom forbid polygamy in the 11th century outlawing it (IslamReligion.com, 2006). The Muslim baby rituals are also very simple compared to other religions like in Christianity, where the newborn have to be baptized and various ceremonies are held. The Muslim call to prayer should be the first words heard... ? Compare and contrast different religions al affiliation] While many different religions have many features which may seem way ...
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Votes for Women
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...women were very much resented in both agriculture and industry. Males froze out women workers, did not help them and even sabotaged their work. The reasons for the change in Government thinking therefore require consideration. Comparing Pankhursts' claims of 1908 with the year 1916 leads to the conclusion that the women's movement made a decision to take anything the Parliament offered. And it gave only the right to vote over women over the age of 30. First and maybe most significantly, the franchise reform was needed in general. Large numbers of soldiers were ineligible to vote and it was of course unacceptable. Secondly, a number of changes occurred... Historical essay: Votes for Women Explain why...
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Comparing and contrasting Adult Fans
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...compared to the LEGO players. Both groups see life as constructed but the reason and modes of construction are different. One, for the bony players, is purely for fun while to the LEGO players, life is serious and properly constructed for proper organization of events and various happenings taking place within it. Hobbies and fanaticism are therefore influenced by different aspects of life depending on an individual’s specific area of training and interest. Even though hobbies change from childhood to adulthood, these are tied to the likes, life experiences of an individual and their perceptions of life. Bony gamers are mostly women while men dominate the LEGO games. In conclusion... Insert of Comparing ...
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Violence against Women
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...women from Asian Islander origin were less likely to report victimization, rape and assault (Bhuyan and Senturia 896). Hispanic women were less vulnerable to violence against women, as compared to those of non-Hispanic origin. However, the researchers recommend the importance of exploring whether the openness of the different groups... Violence against Women Introduction The violence channeled towards women was first viewed as a serious problem in the society during the 1970s, following the return of the women’s rights movement; the movements probed the area, and uncovered the issue as a pressing one in society (Johnson 25). Following the establishment that violence against women was a real social menac...
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The Story of an Hour by Chopin, and A Rose for Emily by Faulkner
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...Comparing Women Short stories written during the 1800s reveal a society in which women were tightly controlled within the house. A close examination of the main characters in William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" and Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” illustrates the weight of social constraints on women during this period in time. Both Faulkner's Emily Grierson and Chopin's Louise Mallard are women trapped by social convention. Faulkner paints a picture of Miss Emily Grierson as a woman strictly contained within the boundaries of her father’s home and his old Southern ideals. “None of the young men were...
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Working Women in the Gulf
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...women to work though there is evidence that women did not openly mix with the opposite sex in the jobs that they took for instance their jobs as teachers had them interact with children rather than male adults. In other administrative jobs there were gender segregations in how women were placed in these positions. Only in their jobs as nursing aides or nurses were women interacting with male adults It was also observed that most working women belonged to the lower strata of society and had a comparatively low social standing. Women from upper strata did not need to work....
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Comparing Byzantine and Ottoman Empires
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...Comparing Byzantine and Ottoman Empires Introduction Both Byzantine and Ottoman empires were almost the same in some aspects but different in several aspects. The main economic activity of Ottoman Empire was agriculture, while that of Byzantine Empire was coinage. Byzantine Empire was mainly Christianity while that of Ottoman Empire was Roman. Ottoman political system enabled it to control its inhabitants. Its societal system enabled citizens to be organized in a neat power structure. Byzantine political system resembled Chinese political system and its social structure dominated by government officials who supported the imperial emperor. Comparison between the Byzantine...
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Comparing and contrasting marketing activity
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...Comparing and Contrasting Marketing Activity Table of Contents Introduction 3 Market and the Organisations 4 Target s and Positioning 6 Products 7 Pricing 8 Communication 9 Distribution 11 Conclusion 13 References 14 Bibliography 16 Introduction The only word that is presumed to be constant in the present world of today is the word ‘change’. With the massive developments in the fields of information technology and communication process, the terms and the tricks of the trade are fast changing. The impacts of influential factor of globalization have further facilitated the need of change. It has been observed by the experts of the industry that the process of change is a continuous one... into...
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Comparing Senator Kelly Ayotte and Senator Joe Donnelly
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...Comparing Senator Kelly Ayotte and Senator Joe Donnelly Having assumed office since January Joe Donnelly has served as the senator of Indiana and is a member of the Democratic Party. This paper provides a comparison of Senator Joe Donnelly and Senator Kelly Ayotte who is a member of the Republican Party from New Hampshire. Thomas and Wilcox (2014) indicates the changing times in world leadership. The book projects a change in leadership and the role of women in the society particularly in the 21st century. This indicates how society is changing its initial assumption about women and their role in the society. Therefore, there is need to...
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Comparing philosophy of nursing and education
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...Comparing Philosophy of Nursing and Education Comparing Philosophy of Nursing and Education In any given community, education andnursing play a great role in promoting development. According to Carroll it means a certain kind of thinking or a certain kind of attitude to a certain problem (carrol, n.d). Edward reports that nursing philosophy is the assertiveness towards life and reality that circulates from individual nurses (Edward, 1997). For individuals to develop a certain philosophy of nursing one must consider the abilities to which a nurse obligates her heart and soul to. The main purpose of this article is to compare and contrast...
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Comparing and Contrasting American Families Then and Now
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...Comparing and Contrasting American Families Then and Now American families have succumbed to a major transformation since the colonial period. However, two ideals have stayed intact during this adaptation process concerning changing times. The implication of the female role being the primary caretaker of the house and family and the male figure being the prominent financial supporter has not drifted far from its original conception, with regard to the implementation of the original idea, in colonial America. In fact, a good percentage of women in the 20th century have been known to give up very prestigious positions to stay at home instead. There is something about... English 16 November 2005...
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