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Why books are undergoing disruption
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...Disruption Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Innovation factor in EBooks 4 a. 4 b. 5 c. 6 Conclusion 6 References 8 Introduction The world in the 21st century is evolving at a very first pace. It is important to mention that the rapid pace of evolution is happening because of first change and tremendous development. The emergence of various kinds of technological advancements has played a major and catalytic role in the process of communication as well as the methods of doing business all over the world. Talking in a detailed manner, the development of the internet powered communication technology along with the factor of rapid rise and faster acceptance of various kinds... The rise in...
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Climate Disruption
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...?Synopsis Climate change is definitively happening, and the consensus is that the major cause of this climate change is man-made. The theory as to why climate change is occurring centers around greenhouse gases. Karl & Tremberth (2003) explain that these gases, which include carbon dioxide that results from burning fossil fuel accumulates in the atmosphere, and this is what causes global warming. This effect has been seen worldwide. They also state that the concrete jungles of cities makes the cities hotter than more rural areas, because of the pollution in these areas causes urban heat islands. Other places where there are regionally warmer temperatures includes Amazonia and Sahel, because... Climate...
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The Africa of 1960: Social Fragmentation and Economic Disruption
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...Disruption Harsh realities, occasioned by historical truths, have often dampened the fondest wishes of Africans. While academics and governments today talk of debt relief for African nations, the year of 1960 was little different in terms of attempting to revitalize a continent facing economic crises, social fragmentation, and administrative decay. Indeed, "as new countries rushed to freedom -- no fewer than 17 former colonies in Africa achieved independence in 1960 -- the climate was one of excitement and hope" (The 1960s: Decade of development, 2004: np). That these hopes were not realised is in large part the consequence Africa's unique... The Africa of 1960: Social Fragmentation and Economic...
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Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN)/ Disruption Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN)
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...disrupt the proper and functioning networks without particular self gain from the attack. The selfish nodes, on the other hand, maximize their own needs and gains or those of other nodes that are collaborating with them. Therefore, to ensure there is DTN security, we need to address the malicious and selfish network behavior, as well. Last but not least, public... Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) Security of project] Submitted to the faculty of the …….. March DTNs (Delay Tolerant Networks) or opportunistic networks represent a class of networks in which a continuous end-to-end connectivity in the network may not be quite possible. Because DTN is a well recognized networking concept, it has attracted extensive...
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The Impact of Disruption to Sleep Patterns in the Intensive Care Unit
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...DISRUPTION TO SLEEP PATTERNS IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT By Introduction Sleep disruptions in the Intensive Care Units (ICU) remain one of the central concerns in the field of nursing. Consequences of sleep disruptions range from the impairment of the cognition of patients to reduced capacity of the patients’ immune system. Some experts have cited psychological disorders and cases of irritability as some of the other challenges that are associated with poor sleep patterns in the ICU (Friese, 2007, p. 1211; Stuck, Clarc & Connely, 2011, p. 316). The search for a lasting solution to the problem of sleep disruptions has involved various strategies such as the use of sleep inducers... to the...
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Hip to be square : disruption in the U.S. mobile payment market
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...disruption in the U.S. mobile payment market Introduction Square is a credit card service that enables processing of transactions through Android devices such as iPad, iPod touch and iPhone that use a POS operating system. The credit card company was founded in 1999 by a Silicon Valley entrepreneur known as Jack Dorsey and a together with a friend who had a vision of changing the approach to mobile payments in the United States. The idea was born out of James McKelvey frustration due to the inability to accept credit cards in James’s small business of selling high-end decorative glass faucets and home furnishings. As a result Dorey, still a chairman at Twitter’s Board of Directors... Hip to be square:...
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An overview to the main causes of delays and disruption to large scale projects during Initiation and Planning at state of Qatar
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...disruption to large scale projects in of Qatar” Supervisors: Prepared by: Table of Content Page 1. Abstract..….………………………………………………………………………….3 2. Introduction..…………………………………………………………………………3 2.1 Research Questions 2.2 Proposition 2.3 Hypothesis 3. Qatar and the Surrounding Region.….……………………………………………… 6 4. Different Ways of defining a project.……………………………………………….. 8 4.11 Complexity 4.12 Risk 4.13 Project Budget 4.2 Mega projects in International and Local Perspectives……………………… 8 5. Empirical work on the causes of delays and Disruptions in major projects...…….………………………………………………..10 5.1 Initiation Phase ………………………………………………………………11 5.11 Key... Literature Review “Examining the causes of delays and...
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Using your own words, describe and discuss the article by Michael Bury: Chronic illness as biographical disruption, by talking about the premise of the article and how the author addresses their central question
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...disruptive event. The setting of the study conducted was North West England between 1976 and 1979. A total of 30 individuals were interviewed, out of which 25 were women and 5 were men. The ages of the women between 25 and 54 and the men’s ages were between 45 and 64. The subjects were chosen selectively and the main aim was to focus on the developing illness at an early stage. The author reaches a point where he describes a chronic illness such as rheumatoid arthritis as a disruptive and life changing experience. This disruption... Summary of SUMMARY This article is an account of interviews conducted on patients of rheumatoid arthritis which is a chronic disease. Chronic disease is referred to as a...
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Analyze a business or industry that is likely to be disrupted by the trends of the big data, this disruption may create a new business opportunities and new business threats
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...disrupted by the trends of big data? The usage and managing of data through the framework of big data is beneficial for the advisory firms in multiple ways. The major impacts that would be caused to these firms are saving of time that could be utilized in various other areas of the business operations, less of internal confusion and better prioritization of tasks, faster and efficient decision making, effective assessment of staff performance... Effect of the big data on the advisory business Introduction The data can be regarded as a torrent flowing into all possible areas in context of global economy. The term big data can be considered as huge data sets whose size cannot be compared to that of tools...
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Technology Management in Electronic Goods Company
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...disruption in the market from the point of view of incumbent [Bow95]. We will also consider the prospects of Electra...  Technology Management in Electronic Goods Company 1. Introduction In this essay, we will consider the strategic planning and technology development for a hypothetical company, Electra that produces electronic goods. The company is assumed to be established in USA where it has to survive in an environment offering tough competition. We will consider the performance and demands of the products in the market in the light of the theoretical framework developed by Christensen. We will discuss the contribution of Christensen’s concepts in developing the strategy for avoiding the disruptio...
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Understanding queer: Conversations in anti-hegemony when defining Queerness
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...disruption of hegemonic systems as central to the queerness, individually exploring different aspects of that disruption. Michael Warner’s chapter in The Trouble With Normal provides an incredibly useful framing structure for the rest of the discussion of queerness and queer identity. His article describes the evolution of the “Gay and Lesbian movement” (45), something that must be clearly separated from the queer movement. Warner describes how early gay... Prof’s Understanding Queer: Conversations in anti-hegemony when defining Queerness Language is an incredibly powerful thing, and this truth is none more apparent then with the word Queer. This word has had a storied history that is relatively well...
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Queer Conversation
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...disruption of hegemonic systems as central to the queerness, individually exploring different aspects of that disruption. Michael Warner’s chapter in The Trouble With Normal provides an incredibly useful framing structure for the rest of the discussion of queerness and queer identity. His article describes the evolution of the “Gay and Lesbian movement” (45), something that must be clearly separated from the queer movement. Warner describes how early... Prof’s Understanding Queer: Conversations in anti-hegemony when defining Queerness Language is an incredibly powerful thing, and this truth is none more apparent then with the word Queer. This word has had a storied history that is relatively well...
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Aspect of the Human condition in the short story The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar A. Poe
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...disrupted suddenly by something new, forcing us into painful reevaluation. These disruptions create pain, anxiety, and even terror but also wisdom and awareness.” The above... The Human Condition in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” Abcarian and Klotz define the human condition as, “Man strives to give order and meaning to his life, to reduce the mystery and unpredictability that constantly threaten him. Life is infinitely more complex and surprising than we imagine, and the categories we establish to give it order and meaning is, for the most part, “momentary stays against confusion.” At any time, the equilibrium of our lives, the comfortable image of ourselves and the world around us, may be...
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Internal Audit
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...disruption of workplaces. In this regard, clients like managers and staff members are usually uncomfortable during untimely audits because the process causes undue hindrance to execution of their specific tasks. 2. Literature Review Relevant findings from previous exercises show that employee and intermediate managers feels they are most disrupted... Research Proposal on Untimely Internal Audits Introduction Technically, an internal audit refers to the process of objectively evaluating an organization’s processes in order to improve effectiveness of operation structures. In practical application, organizations may deviate from pre-established rules of operations with stakeholders. In such cases, an...
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Describe the importance of having a sound business continuity plan
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...disruptions in business and also respond to them as endorsed by the management (Dimattia, 2001). Therefore, an organization’s ability to recover from disruptions is related directly to its BCP degree prior to the disruption. Threats to a business organization that call for BCPs can arise from, for example, natural disasters, internal threats (such as sabotage), crime and even hackers. However, implementing a BCP has challenges posed by each organization’s uniqueness in operations, management and regulatory and legal requirements. Key areas that present challenges... Business Continuity Plan Business Continuity Plan A business continuity plan (BCP) describes an organization’s capability to prepare for...
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Business strategy
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...disrupt competitive position of Ford. For instance, new material price is increasing that is decreasing revenue margins of the company. Competition is also increasing in the current scenario, making it difficult for Ford to retain its market share. World economy and market is facing major challenges in terms... Business Strategy Module My Registration Number Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 4 Current strategic position 4 Critical evaluation8 Conclusion 11 Reference 12 Introduction Strategic value of a firm contributes a lot in its management and business process. Effective knowledge creates many opportunities for enhancing products and services by sharing different information. Strategic values of know...
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M1 Public Transportation Opinion
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...disruption of traditional forms of transport. From a social perspective, public transport offers a cheap means of movement especially to the majority who do not have access to private... ? M1 Public Transportation Opinion The Impact of Public Transportation on a Community Public transport can impact on a community from different perspectives including environmental, economic and social. However, the impact of public transport on a community is strongly depended on the type and the quality of the transport system. Only reliable and safe public transport systems can meet the expectation of a community including pollution free environment, easy access to places and transfer of commodities, and boost the...
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Resouce Management Unit 5004
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...disruption in the resource supply: Uncertainties plague all business organizations and it can happen in the supply of resources as well. An organization may have planned everything in great detail making sure that there is no problem... Resource Management Unit 5004 Resource Management unit 5004 is about is identifying, planning using and evaluating resources to meets the objectives.Resource Management is the efficient and effective deployment for an organization's resources when they are needed and these are utilized to achieve objectives. Such resources may include financial resources, inventory, human skills, production resources, or information technology (IT). In the realm of project management,...
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Analyse the data sets provided and report the results of the data analysis in the most appropriate format
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...Disruption of concentration can cost the athlete heavily; and thus it becomes necessary to understand the kind of situations that can affect an athlete’s concentration. While it is easy to observe... ? Reporting Research Results Question Set a: Differences between the performances of top athletes are often so marginal, that their finishing positions seem to be affected by random factors. It is believed that slight differences in performance may be attributable to the athlete’s pre-existing mental experiences. The study in question attempts to evaluate whether athletes who receive the first, second or third place in a sporting event differ with respect to cognitive anxiety, somatic anxiety and...
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Should Olympics have permanent home
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...disruption in its activities every fourth year. If the Olympics are held at a single place, this disruption would cease, allowing the inmates of the chosen land to concentrate fully on the Olympics which would be held every fourth year. This would set... Should Olympics have a permanent home? Indeed Olympics needs a permanent home for itself. This is because the arrangement activities every 4 years are asking too much from the organizers and more so when it is held in different regions of the world. The Olympics’ organizers need to heave a sigh of relief as well for their work manifestations and should be given the leeway that they require in essence (Jolly, 2007). It is for this reason that the Olympi...
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How might one's social environment or community contribute to the influence of juvenile deliquency
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...disruption and crime . Study uncovers that socially disordered neighborhoods are prone to be low on aggregate adequacy, which was characterized as "the eagerness of neighborhood occupants to mediate for the benefit of everyone. The creators happen to state that group inhabitants are "unrealistic to intercede in an area setting in which the guidelines are misty and individuals doubt or alarm each one in turn. It takes after that socially strong neighborhoods will demonstrate the most rich settings for the acknowledgment of social control. Economic hardship may... How might ones social environment or community contribute to the influence of juvenile delinquency? In discussing this paper on how social...
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Tinker v. Des Moines school District
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...disruption and collision with the rights of others. The tinkers presented their case in the U.S District court where the court ruled on behalf of the school starting that the school management did the best thing by coming up with such a rule. This was to avoid the disruption of the school’s activities. The tinkers did not lose hope for winning the case and appealed the same case in the US eighth circuit appeal but, unfortunately, they lost again. The tinkers never lost hope and appealed the case in the Supreme Court where the court... when Due: Tinker v. Des Moines school District The Collision with the rights of others is witnessed in the Tinker v. Des Moines school District case where a number of...
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The Plight of the African-American Male Today
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...disruption of family values, excessive incarceration rate of males and plummeting educational achievements still affect the African-American community today. African-Americans suffer from the disruption of family values. Having higher percentages of unemployment, most African-American males do not believe they have a fair shake in getting decent jobs. As a result, many avoid marriage because they do not believe they will have the financial stability necessary to provide... that must be addressed. The challenge is that these patterns have been deeply seeded for generations, and the cycle continues with each absentee father. Some believe it is a trend encouraged at the highest levels the...
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Reflection response
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...disruption and confusion while multiple lectures are conducted in words that students can understand and comprehend. What are the students to do while these multiple lectures are going on? While... My opinion is that one set of standards, and one set only, should be the basis of education, no matter which is in question. Even though someeducators fear that curriculum standards only increase the likelihood that some teachers will only “teach to the test”, it is my opinion that one set of standards will make things easier for educators, while multiple sets will only create more work and handicap the students. One set of standards will make less work for the students, but more work for the teacher. For examp...
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Investigative Report and News Release
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...disrupted since then. Mr. Packard has already dispatched repair teams to the site and the extent of the problem shows that repairs will take about three weeks to complete. An incident report was filed after the repair team had been dispatched. News Release At an emergency press conference helmed by Ms. Rhian Ramos for Alta Vista Internet Services, she announced that the recent disruption of their services in the Southern area of the city was caused by a vehicular accident that cut one of the cable links to the Southern Belle Telephone... Incident Report Report Time: October 19 11:00 AM Confidentiality: Distribution of this document is for release to members of the company department involved and the...
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Describe the importance of having a sound business continuity plan
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...disruptions such as disasters (fires, earthquakes, floods) and other serious occurrences (Hiles & Barnes, 1999). Business continuity has to be tailored to the specifics of the organization in terms of scale, nature, geography, and culture making it part of the organization for the success of the organization presently and in future through its ability to augment the ability of the organization’s sustainability... Importance of sound business continuity planning Importance of sound business continuity planning Business continuity planning is the process of planning and preparing by an organization to ensure maintenance of critical functions or resumes operations in a very short time during or after...
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Brain Imaging
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...disruption of blood flow? The cerebrum  is the part of the brain that is affected when... Brain Imaging Brain Imaging How do the brains of children and adults differ with regard to energy consumption?  Energy consumption of the brain in children is higher than that of adults because the brain gobbles more glucose when the body experiences slow growth. At 4 years, the brain burns glucose at a rate of 66 percent of what the whole body uses at rest because high fraction of the body’s resources are halted during brain development (Shulman 2013). On the other hand, the brain of adults do not consume a lot of energy since the body uses most of the energy to enhance higher body growth since the brain is fully...
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Current Event Summary
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...disruption of the supplies in an already... IEA May Tap Oil Stockpiles1 of the Name of the Concerned Professor February 22, 2011 IEA May Tap Oil Stockpiles The flaring up of the political scenario in the Middle East has raised multiple challenges for both the oil producing and oil consuming countries. In that context, the International Energy Agency (IEA), a group that represents the energy interests of the developed nations is poised to hold a governors board meeting, sometime this week to discuss the viability of tapping into its emergency energy reserves in the light of the emerging political tensions in...
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Business Continuity Management & Its Critical Services and Functions
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...disruption of a corporation. These measures help a business pull through awaiting recovery, hence, return to normal. In this regard, there exist standards that govern both the private and public sector. The first drafting of standards occurred in the year 2006, in United Kingdom. The nation had at this time gone through massive crises and disasters. For this reason, they felt a dire need to develop standards for BCM (NCEMA, 2012:20). This paper...  Business Continuity Management (BCM) refers to all the measures put in a place in a company entity to enable it performs critical services and functions. The purpose, therefore, allowing the company pick up in case of an emergency, disaster or crisis after dis...
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Innovation and Change - Open Innovation and Strategy
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...disruptive innovation is the kind of innovation that often creates new markets for particular products and creates a new form of value in the industry but eventually goes on to disrupt the workings of the existing market. Such innovation eventually replaces the original technology. In the context of technological development, any innovation is often as seen improvement to the present order of operations in the market. In view of these realizations, disruptive innovation is contrasted with sustaining innovation which seeks to create value and improve the existing products in the market without disrupting the market. This creates... ? Innovation and Change Innovation and Change In its basic meaning,...
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Business Continuity Plan
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...disruption of services that can occur due to a myriad of reasons. Today, there are many challenges that cause business to experience significant business disruption, which can originate from external or internal factors. In an event of business disruptions, many businesses are likely to experience downtime in operation that can translate to immense economic loss. Because of the severity of business disruptions, business continuity plan is one of the most critical elements that allow business to survive any form or disruptions that would otherwise cause... ? Business Continuity Plan Business Continuity Plan Introduction Business continuity plans play an integral part in enabling organization survives...
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Maritime Transportation in Arabian / Persian Gulf
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...disrupted the economic activities of crude oil production and supplies. The rescue operations of the oil tankers were affected by the congestion of traffic in the Straits of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf which occurred due to the explosion of oil tankers in the incident of oil spills. The congestion of traffic posed huge risk on the activities of the Persian Gulf as it threatened the economy of the Gulf region. The congestion of traffic led to the slowdown... ? Maritime Transportation in Arabian Persian Gulf Introduction The fragile and vulnerable eco system of the Persian Gulf has been largely due to the environmental degradation caused by the accidental or deliberate oil spills caused by the oil...
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The Physiological Effects of a Concussion on the Brain
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...disruption in glucose metabolism. The ionic misbalance causes acute and sub-acute changes in cellular physiology of the brain tissue. Axonal twisting and stretching has proved to be the core pathology in the occurrence of a concussion... . A concussion can cause pathophysiological changes to the brain in which there are metabolic and ionic processes due to the twisting of axons (Silver et al 3-6). A concussion occurs due to mild trauma to the brain. The cascades of physiological events that occur are an injury which is followed by abrupt neuronal depolarization. The depolarization excites the neurotransmitters and causes their releases which in turn lead to ionic misbalance and...
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Reflection response
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...disruption and confusion while multiple lectures are conducted in words that students can understand and comprehend. What are the students to do while these multiple lectures are going on? While... ?My opinion is that one set of standards, and one set only, should be the basis of education, no matter which is in question. Even though some educators fear that curriculum standards only increase the likelihood that some teachers will only “teach to the test”, it is my opinion that one set of standards will make things easier for educators, while multiple sets will only create more work and handicap the students. One set of standards will make less work for the students, but more work for the teacher. For...
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M4M4 Monoculture
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...disrupt water supply systems... Impact of Rising Sea Levels on Seaside Urban Centers The Potential Impact of Rising Sea Levels on Seaside Urban Centers One of the most significant potential climate change impacts in urban coastal communities is the rising sea levels and elevated storm surge levels. Some of the historically affected areas include the metropolitan areas with the most affected systems including water supply systems and vital transportation systems such as airports, subways, highways, and railroad tunnels located near the coastal line. Greater Boston, with an estimated population of around 4.5 million, is one of dozens of major urban areas around the world located at low elevations and...
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Risk Management
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...Disruption Process 17 Restoration Strategies after the event of Disruption 18... ? Risk Register for Andromeda Global Fashions Ltd. Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 The Company 3 Eight Different Risks emanating from the Global Workplace 3 The Risk Register 4 Elucidation of the Emergence of one of the Risks relating to the Company 4 The Sources for the Different Risks 4 Evaluation of the Risk Level of the Different Risks 5 Severity of the Impact 5 Likelihood of Occurrence 6 Likelihood of Controlling Such 6 Strategies to Combat the Different Risks 7 References 11 Contents 13 Introduction 14 Effective Strategic Changes 15 Ethical Use and Protection of Sensitive Data 16 Communication Strategies during the...
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The Way Forward suggested by Jeff Gates is feasible and/or desirable
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...disruption of the existent world peace. He provides an example of Sayanim who have massively infiltrated various criminal agencies and giving Intel back to U.S in regard to their plans. Jeff believes that the same people provide criminal investigation agencies back in U.S false information hence prompting U.S to act unknowingly. He continues by stating that U.S has been having an alliance with them for over six years with the Jewish group, but it seems that they have just promoted acts of war... In relation to Jeff’s article “The Way Forward", it is evident that he does not like the collaboration existent between Sayanim and Mossad. Jeff believes that by U.S collaborating with them is just a source of...
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Pesticide
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...disruption is the process by which a substance mimics the actions of one of the body’s natural hormones. This process can lead to inappropriate speed up or shut down of the cellular process. The organism studied in the research is the African Clawed Frog. This is an African aquatic frog of the Pipidae family. The pesticide in the study is Altrazine, a herbicide used with monocot crops such as corn. A hormone is a chemical substance that the body produces. Hormones regulate and control the activities of certain organs and cells. Altrazine mimics Hormone Estrogen. It converts testosterone into estrogen leading to the African male-clawed frogs adopting feminine traits. Aromatase... Endocrine disruption is ...
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Microtubules
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...disruption of the integrity of TJs and Ajs in some tissues like lungs. This evidence led the author to explore the role of microtubules depolymerization in the disruptions of apical junction complex. Hypothesis of the study Existing evidence strongly support the role of microtubules depolymerization in the disruption of intercellular connections like tight junctions and adherens junction in various tissues and helps in the pathogenesis of various disease processes. In this regard it has been shown that the endothelial intercellular junctions are also disassembled as well as others like in the brain. Building...
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Hematology
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...disruption of erythropoiesis and erythrocyte... [Teacher’s Hematology Microcytic anemia- This is a hematological pathology associated with a decrease in the level of hemoglobin in the blood. The disease is characterized by a decrease in the size of red blood cells resulting in a Mean Cell Volume less than 80femtoliters. The cells are also hypochromic and paler than in physiological state. Macrocytic anemia- This is an anemic condition which is characterized by a decrease in the level of hemoglobin in the blood and an increase in the Mean Cell Volume to more than 100femtoliters. Hemolytic anemia- This is a pathological condition associated with the decrease in the number of red blood cells due to the dis...
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Summary of journals
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...disruption of cell structure due to ice crystal formation while exceedingly high temperatures may cause cell membrane disruption and denaturation of proteins. Gradual increase or decrease in ambient day/night temperatures can provide a plant the opportunity to adjust to new temperature ranges by developing tolerance due to the formation of certain cryoprotectants and proteins. This study focuses on Opuntia ficus-indica species and aims to highlight the aspect of acclimation in this plant. Different organs of the plant possessed varying... Prickly Pear as Food and Medicine The article discusses the health benefits of Prickly pears based on a number of studiesthat were conducted during recent years....
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Communication
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...disruption due to technical difficulties, and high costs.... aware are you of your own body language? Has your body language ever gotten you in trouble while communicating with someone? I think that I am aware of my body language, but I probably often do not recognize when my body language reflects a message to other people. In the past my body language has gotten me in trouble when communicating with other people. I once was talking to a client and I did not realize that my face reflected a sad state. I lost the sale due to my body language. In your experience, how is silence used in communication? Silence can be used in communications as a mechanism to become a receptor. While a person is quiet they ...
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Ear Disorders
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...disruption in the vestibular system leading... Ear Disorders Ear Disorders As the patient here diagnosed with Meniere’s Disuse which is the disease of the internal ear and usually involves the endolymph which is the fluid that runs in the semi circular canals and the endolymphatic duct. According to the normal anatomy and physiology of the inner ear, the endolymph in the three semi circular canals which forms the vestibular system is responsible for maintaining balance in a normal human being (ODonoghue et al 2000). However, in meniere’s disease there is some sort o abnormality in the endolymphatic system i.e. either there is excess of endolymph or some sort of obstruction in the duct which causes a...
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The effects of aquaculture on bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops sp.) ranging in Shark Bay, Western Australia
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...disruption in established social patterns.... The effects of aquaculture on the bottlenose dolphin A recent study conducted in Shark Bay in Western Australia on the effects of aquaculture, or the farming of shellfish in coastal waters, on the ranging patterns of bottlenose dolphins found dolphins would decrease their use of the area in use for the farm suggesting that such practices could have a large impact on the living patterns of the dolphins. Although the dangers to dolphins of these types of farms has been recognized, included the potential for them to become entangled in netting and other gear, the pollution of the water from the introduction of such a large number of single species, the...
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Juvenile Justice
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...Disruption of the delinquency network, by giving juveniles programs and opportunities outside of their normal routines they are able to avoid... The ten evidence-based principles and rehabilitative approaches are target criminogenic needs which simply means to target the factors leading to criminal behavior. Target thorough assessment of risk and need which means targeting specific risk behaviors and locating specific fixes for the individual needs as they are understood, another principle is; base design and implementation on a proven theoretical model or what programs work and why. Using cognitive-behavioral approaches, thinking and behavior are directly linked especially in juvenile offenders. ...
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Classroom Modifications that Minimize Disruptions
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...Disruptions A teacher can use the horseshoe room layout to minimize disruption. In this type of arrangement, tables are organized in a horseshoe or three-sided square shape. The design is appropriate when the teacher intends to do board work and speaking activities. Indeed, it helps the teacher to maximize her ability to see or be seen by all students. The students will also be able to see the board clearly, ensuring that all of them see presentations in the classroom. Additionally, the layout creates some space that can facilitate movement throughout the classroom. A teacher can also arrange chairs in a circle to minimize disruption in the classroom... . In this arrangement, all the tables...
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Driving and Psychology
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...disruption as well as inattention in its different types is thought to have a key part in 30 percent to 35 percent of the entire road accidents. Disruption is caused by an opposite activity, happening or object from within or outside of the motor vehicle. Safety issues linked with driver disruption are likely to go up in the near future as additional technologies become accessible for use within motor vehicles. Whereas it is obvious... ?Running Head: Driving and Psychology Driving and Psychology [Institute’s Driving and Psychology The types of aspects in driving attitude that have to become the centre of attention are aspects of the driving situation as well as the approaches, ideas, theories and...
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Catastrophic Cyberattack
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...disruption of the water... ? Catastrophic Cyber Attack The essay aims to address a two-fold objective, to wit to identify and describe cyber attacks in a water supply system, and (2) to briefly describe the implications of a cyber attack in a water supply system. Catastrophic Cyber Attack Introduction Water supply systems are prone to various levels of risks due to major disasters, accidents, and acts of terrorism. Among these causes, the acts of terrorism such as the cyber attack on the infrastructure of the water supply system seriously affects the society and need to be addressed promptly. A cyber attack has been defined as a computer-to-computer attack that undermines the confidentiality, integrity,...
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Classroom Management
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...disruptive behaviors. Two of the elements focus on prevention of behaviors and one will focus on handling disruptions. Planning is the first key to positive classroom management. Students that are actively engaged in learning do not have time to become disruptive. Keeping students busy at all times within a positive learning environment requires... room management is the first challenge many new teachers face. Good room management cerates and educational environment that invited and encourages good behavior and learning. There are three key element sot my personal philosophy of classroom management. I believe that if these are followed, students will engage in meaningful learning instead of...
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Cambodian Genocide
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...disruption and economic misbalance in the first two years which mounted after 1977 with the looming prospect of Vietnam War and the regime set out to destroy all those who held to their traditional beliefs and ways of life. The large-scale massacre of the enemies was considered an essential step to be taken by the Khmer to reach Utopia. The convincing style used by the author to details all the complexities involved in the ravaging genocide plays an integral role in conveying the message that Cambodian genocide was based on a vision of a communist utopia that resulted in the largest population decline of any country since 1945. Work cited: Weitz, E.D. A Century of...
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