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How far do the 'The Drover's Wife' and 'Squeaker's Mate' question traditional gender binaries
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...far do the ‘The Drover’s Wife’ and ‘Squeaker’s Mate’ question traditional gender binaries? Introduction Gender binary refers to the division of the world into aspects that can be regarded as either masculine or feminine. The masculine aspects relate to men while the feminine aspects tend to relate to women. Gender binaries connote that men and women have many differences, yet at the same time they can be regarded as having many commonalities. The gender divisions with regard to gender binaries can be with regard to a number of aspects. This paper will look into how the Squeaker’s Mate and the Drover’s Wife question traditional gender binaries. How the ‘The Drover’s Wife’ and ‘Squeaker’s Mate...
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How far do you agree that video games have had a negative effect on society
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...far do you agree that video games have had a negative effect on society? How far do you agree that video games have had a negative effect on society? In the modern world there are numerous activities which have taken the new generation by surprise. Certain activities were created to bring about a positive change in the society but some of them ended up influencing the youth in a negative way. In the world of technology development takes place every few months and even on a daily basis. Hence the invention of the latest gadgets and the addition of new applications have created much hype about the revolutionary society...
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How far do the The Drovers Wife and Squeakers Mate question traditional gender binaries
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...far do the ‘The Drover’s Wife’ and ‘Squeaker’s Mate’ question traditional gender binaries? Introduction Gender binary refers to the division of the world into aspects that can be regarded as either masculine or feminine. The masculine aspects relate to men while the feminine aspects tend to relate to women. Gender binaries connote that men and women have many differences, yet at the same time they can be regarded as having many commonalities. The gender divisions with regard to gender binaries can be with regard to a number of aspects. This paper will look into how the Squeaker’s Mate and the Drover’s Wife question traditional gender binaries. How the ‘The Drover’s Wife’ and ‘Squeaker’s Mate...
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How Far Do You Agree That Video Games have had a Negative Effect on Society
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...Far Do You Agree That Video Games have had a Negative Effect on Society? Introduction Technology encompasses every aspect of our lives today. As man steps into a new century, his life is covered my machines from dawn to dust. It would be extremely difficult for most of us to pass one full day without help of machines and we would feel like being thrown into Stone Age again. There are different aspects to how we are being influenced by all these invention and naturally, just like every other thing, it has a bright side and a dark side. We use technology not just to make our daily chores easy but to it has certainly been widely used as one of the biggest...
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How Far Do You Agree that Video Games Have Had a Negative Effect on Society
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...far do you agree that video games have had a negative effect on society? How far do you agree that video games have had a negative effect on society? In the modern world there are numerous activities which have taken the new generation by surprise. Certain activities were created to bring about a positive change in the society but some of them ended up influencing the youth in a negative way. In the world of technology development takes place every few months and even on a daily basis. Hence the invention of the latest gadgets and the addition of new applications have created much hype about the revolutionary society which is practically moving in no direction. There is a constant need... How far do you ...
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How far do you agree with the following statement: 'No constitution: No United States of America'
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...far do you agree with the following ment: ‘No Constitution: No United s’? United s Of America: at the end of Revolution The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was a conflict that erupted between Great Britain and revolutionaries within thirteen British colonies, who declared their independence as the United States of America in 1776. The war was the culmination of the American Revolution, a colonial struggle against political and economic policies of the British Empire. The war eventually widened far beyond British North America; many Native Americans also fought on both sides of the...
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To talk of a consolidated democracy is a myth. How far do you agree with this statement
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...far do you agree with this ment Introduction The continuous change in the social ethics and values worldwide has led to the alteration of traditional forms of political systems; this trend has been more clear in the case of democracy, a political framework which has been traditionally related to the interests of the public. In its initial form, democracy focused on the promotion of equality and fairness among the citizens; however, through the years, the priorities of democracy had to be changed in order to incorporate targets and interests, which were not compatible with democracy – referring to the initial rules and aims of the particular political... ?To talk of a consoli d democracy is a myth. How...
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Hume's critique of the concept of natural rights. How far do you agree with this critique
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...doing Locke justice will be a question examined in the closing of the analysis? Finally, this analysis will close by arguing that the radical scepticism of knowing, when implied to the self demonstrates to am impossible situation. Where Locke believed that the self was substance with attributes, Hume maintained because of his scepticism that it could not be known at all. That is the logical outcome of his logic, and the closing of this paper will examine why... ? A 'natural right' supposes a working definition of nature or what qualifies as natujral. It will be presented in the following, an argument that maintains that Hume's criticism is not focused so much on the notion of 'right' as he is on how we...
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Biological theories have no relevancy in explaining crime. How far do you agree with this statement
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...do not suggest a strong role for heredity in violence. For about 25 years researchers have reported correlations between low cerebrospinal fluid concentration of 5-hydroxy-indoleacetic acid, a metabolite of the neurotransmitter serotonin... Table of Contents Introduction: 2 Theories of Crime: 2 Relevancy of theories to crime: 4 Literature Review on Biology and Crime 4 Earliest positivists: 6 Experimental results in understanding Biological influences on crime: 7 References: 11 Introduction: Crime, as seen one among several forms of deviance, is a type of anomic behavior; some others characterize it as a more conscious response to social conditions, to stress, to the breakdown in law enforcement or socia...
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How far do todays news media play a democratic role in our society
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...doing it significantly participates in preserving the democratic essence of a country. This implies that the media should remain content driven and focus on providing issues which are important and useful to the society. The Extent to Which the Today’s News Media Play a Democratic... The Extent to Which the Today’s News Media Play a Democratic Role in Our Society al affiliation: The Extent to Which Today’s News Media Play a Democratic Role in Society Introduction Democracy in the media means that media should uphold the urge for all citizens in by voicing their needs, listening to them and informing them without any bias from any side Wells and Hakanen (1997 p57). The media’s democratic role in the societ...
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How far do the merits of selection by interview explain the fact that it is the most widely used method of selection
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...far do the merits of selection by interview explain the fact that it is the most widely used method of selection? Organizations have devised waysto effectively manage their incoming employees as well as form a proper agenda as to how they would feel at ease with the new environment that is going to be offered to them. This atmosphere will make them feel homely towards the office place as well as hold them in nice stead with the different employees who are already working within the domains of the organization. Also a sense of empathy seems to exist in the best organizations around the world since they think both from the organizational perspective as well...
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How Far do they Critically Place the Issue of Marginalization and the Concept of Habitus and do the Examples Try to Universalize these Concepts
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...Far do they Critically Place the Issue of Marginalization and the Concept of Habitus and do the Examples Tryto Universalize these Concepts?” The four essays are linked by a common design which speaks, in various tones and intonations, about the never-ending cycle of disempowered local body fighting for participatory rights. And how these instruments of disempowerment must retain their “disempowered” position forever to contest their causes forever and not achieve any end. The papers points out how the agents of the subversion through participation is always contained, not as part of the greater discourse, and how it maintains its own identity by being subversive and therefore, an alternative...
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How far do you agree with the intentionalist perspective that Hitler had always intended the extermination of the Jews
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...far Nazi leaders achieved prescribed policy goals, the Hitler government implemented a new civil service law on April 7, 1933 prohibiting the hiring of Jews. On April 26, the German government ordered the public burning of all Jew-authored books. On July 14, 1933, the German government... May 8, Intentionalists’ Concept Introduction The intentionalist concept showed a different picture of German leader A. Hitler. The paper delves on the intentionalist concept. The paper focuses on Hitler’s intentionalist trimmings. The Intentionalist concept espoused Hitler’s directly ordered mass murder of the Jewish population. Intentionalist’s Concept of A. Hitler The intentionalists’ continually insists that ...
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How far do you think railway travel influenced notions of identity and community in colonial India Give specific examples
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...doing away with the held social relations. Therefore, travel through railway lines in Colonial India greatly affected how the citizens identify with each other as well as how the community interacts. In this paper we will discuss the notions... Railway Travel in Colonial India and Influence on Identity and Community Introduction Railway travel was introduced in Colonial India around 1850s and it had profound influences in the areas that it passed through.1 It became the most important piece of infrastructure in colonial India as they connected almost all aspects of the Indian society affecting mostly their identity as a community. The main intention of the British introducing railway travel in India was...
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How far do you find questions of gender and sexual politics to be potent in Twelfth Night, Richard 111 and King Lear
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...do love somebody is the highest betrayal a man can get from a woman. In support of leadership, a woman ought to be morally upright. It is said that “behind every successful man, there is a woman behind it.” the two sisters of Cordelia were filled... ? Gender and Sexual Politics Potency in Twelfth Night, Richard 111 and King Lear and Date of Submission: Gender and Sexual Politics Potency in Twelfth Night, Richard 111 and King Lear Shakespeare is indeed a great playlist. His works are exemplary and despite them having an old time setting, their application streams to date. Twelfth Night, Richard 111 and King Lear are some of the plays which Shakespeare did to expose the societal ideologies of gender and...
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'How far do you agree that poverty has a direct link to health'
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...? Link between Health and Poverty By Insert Presented to Location Due Essay Mind Plan Literature Review Introduction Introduction Health is intertwined through a number of issues such as physical status, mental conditions and emotional status of an individual. Further, a healthy body depends on a healthy environment within the confines of an individual. It seeks to understand human societies and their behaviors. Sociology has contributed immensely in drawing scientific conclusions by framing queries on particular issues in the society. Karl Marx, a great philosopher, believed that societies progress through a coherence of class struggle between the rich who controls societal systems... Link between...
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Pay plays a crucial role in motivating people at work. How far do you agree, or disagree, with this statement
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...do voluntary work full time, unless he has some... 202065 INTRODUCTION There is nothing more important for any individual than the livelihood he earns through his work. The days of indirect earning, like being a landowner and taking the earning from someone else etc., have gone now and almost all people are working now in their individual capacity. The hunger for knowledge, desire for further and further education, knowing more things are all focused on only one end: earning a lot of money and living comfortably. Usually people focus more on the future when they could earn more than enough to meet their desires and comforts and need not worry due to lack of money. It is all very well to say that money...
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A Midsummer Nights Dream;The comedy comes close to tragedy in places as was typical of Shakespeare's comedies How far do you agree
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...do not fold to actions. They both portray love as the main theme and therefore they are said to be romantic. The purpose of this essay is to investigate... Shakespeare’s plays are said to be accompanied by comedy, as well as tragedy. Apart from the focus on love and relationship, most of the readers in literature usually attribute most of his work with comedy and tragedy. He uses this style to fabricate an interesting play. Apart from catching the attention of the reader, the performance of the play becomes very interesting. The piece, Midsummer Night’s Dream and the famous Romeo and Juliet have a lot in common (ShakespeareFAQ). Both plays has a lot of humour as well as tragic events that normally do...
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What steps do you think can be taken to overcome corruption in the management of schools and how far do you think these would be effective
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... In the United Kingdom (UK), the School Governor are members of school’s governing body charged with the responsibility for raising standardsthrough their key roles of setting strategic direction, ensuring accountability and monitoring and evaluating school performance. However, the issue of corruption in the management of schools has not enabled the schools achieve their goals. The role of the governing body is to provide strategic management and to support the work of the head teacher and other staff. Dealing with corruption in schools compels to make the distinction that while corruption is nowhere near a predominant of a problem in the education sector as it is in other realms of public...
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How far do you agree that the Afghanistan invasion of 1979 was the occasion and not the cause of the end of detente
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...do away with the Muslim belief14. This had therefore infuriated majority of the Afghanistan since they had a strong Muslim tradition. Consequently, many Muslim leaders had been arrested while others had fled... Was Afghanistan Invasion Of 1979 An Occasion And Not The Cause Of The End Of Détente? Word count: Was Afghanistan invasion of 1979 an occasion and not the cause of the end of détente? Introduction Détente is a French term that means relaxation or lessening of strained relations mostly in political situations1. Generally, the term refers to the easing of relations between Soviet Union and United States during the cold war in 1970s2. The period prior to 1979; when détente came to an end was charact...
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'Emotions affect the way that we think and behave in a variety of personal and social contexts' (Haselton and Ketelaar, 2005). How far do you think evolutionary psychology comprehensively explains the role of emotion in human behaviour
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...do certain protective responses such as flight. In this case, fear is the emotion while the response, flight... tendencies. Psychological Bulletin, 104, 3-22. Baumeister, R.F., Vohs, K.D., DeWall, C.N., &Alquist, L. (2007). Does Emotion Cause Behavior: Apart from Making People Do Stupid, Destructive Things, pp. 1-30. Haselton, M.G., & Ketelaar, T. (2005). Irrational Emotions or Emotional Wisdom: The Evolutionary Psychology of Emotions and Behavior. Evolutionary Psychology of Emotions, 2 (1-21). Loewenstein, G. F., Weber, E. U., Hsee, C. K., & Welch, N. (2001). Risk as feelings.Psychological Bulletin, 127, 267-286. Schwarz, N., & Clore, G.L. (2007).Feelings and phenomenal...
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First topic: Based on the definition of gatewatching, gatekeeping and produsage, try to critically analyse these positions and express your viewpoint. Second Topic:Based on this definition of identity and based on what we have discussed so far, do you th
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...Topic I The Information Society and the Remaking of the World Introduction It is Thomas L. Friedman who famously begun a new debate on the idea of internet as a tool for changing the world a by asserting that enhanced interconnectivity and interdependence based on information technology have made the world flat (2005, p.28). Such a viewpoint of omnipotence of the internet has been challenged from many viewpoints by scholars of various walks. However, it is important to note that the networked world has opened up many possibilities which deemed to be impossible in the last century. Along with the great possibilities, a number of critical risks and problems too have emerged in our wired world... I The...
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So Far From God
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...Far From God by Ana Castillo So Far From God by Ana Castillo In her work – So Far From God, Castillo brings outa rich cultural mix of lives, stories and experiences, all interwoven in a narrative about a Chicano family that is settled in the little town of Tome, situated in New Mexico. It is based on Sofi, her husband Domingo and their four daughters who are Fe, Esperanza, Caridad and Loca, who being the youngest, is also epileptic. Other characters abound including the psychic surgeon, the healer, Francisco el Penitente (El Franky), and Do’ a Felicia, among a host of others. The author, Castillo, in her major works writes about Chicano feminism and touches on other issues... such as...
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FAR Small-Business Preference
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...FAR Small-Business Preference Introduction Within the American owned economy, Veteran firms represent a unique force. Out of all businesses owned by the American people, veterans own approximately 3 million small businesses which is equivalent to nine percent of all businesses in the United States (McFetridge, 2012). The service disabled veterans also own approximately 200,000 firms out of the 3 million. Research has also shown that approximately 1 in 6 veterans go for self-employment as their vacation which is a significant number compared to the world average (McFetridge, 2012).Certain programs have been created by congress to assist service veterans because they are...
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Movie Far From Heaven
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...Far From Heaven: Todd Hynes. Far From Heaven is a period film by Todd Hynes, taking the viewer into the tabulations in the family as well as the lives of the people in the bourgeois society of the fifties. The normalcy of life of the days of the American dream seems to be very fragile as the society hides a lot of undercurrents with in. Like any other period film this film also forces the viewer to reflect on present social realities. One sees that though things have changed statistically, the under currents remain the same. The film is considered to be a tribute to the great master of Hollywood melodrama, Douglas Sirk. The period films not only remind one of a period past... , of which one...
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Advertisement gone too far
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...FAR By Location Advertisement Gone Too Far Introduction Since the twentieth century, advertisements have featured women. Over the years, advertisers have sexualized women and portrayed them as sexual objects. It is evident that different media forms have exploited women as they have been represented in highly sexual contexts. Such depiction of women was unacceptable and highly criticized in the early days. However, the society has slowly accommodated the sexualisation and the objectification of women. It is unfortunate that most of the women posing nude for advertisements do not recognize the message they are sending to the audience. Many young girls are negatively affected... ADVERTISEMENT GONE TOO FAR...
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The Far east
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...FAR EAST RELIGION What are the main features of Daoism? Daoism which is also referred to as Taoism derives its name from the word ‘Tao’ which means ‘the Way’. The elements held dear in Taoism are inwardness, non-action and naturalness. Taoism has various key features. The core feature of Taoism is that there exist sacred powers in form of spirits and gods who direct humanity. Another feature is that Taoism is based on the belief that, if honored and respected, the gods will accord deliverance, protection and blessings to humanity. Commitment and devotion are therefore fundamental to the practice of Taoism. The other feature is that it is believed that there is an...
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How far do you agree with the view that the development of the Cold War between the USA and the Soviet Union in the years 1945-53 was primarily due to traditional great power rivalry Explain your answer, using sources 7,8 and 9 and your own knowledge
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...Cold War The Cold War The Cold War developed between USA and the Soviet Union after the World War II. Many major events took place during this time, the most important of which were the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Berlin Wall being some of the major events. However, the most worrying issue was that of the nuclear weapons available to both countries which if used would have caused equal destruction to both countries. After the World War II it was seen that the United States and Russia underwent a competition in the field of economics, race and politics to gain superiority in the world. The Cold War for Soviet Union was to take control of the communist nations under their policy whereas... War The...
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(FAR) Quality Assurance
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...FAR) al Affiliation This paper discusses the criteria for invoking use of a warranty, as stipulated in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and how effective the express and implied warranties protect the government against defective services. As the code states, a warranty is not mandatory for the government, but certain defects and gross mistakes that occur in the provision of the products or services need a warranty for their acquisition. To determine whether the warranty is appropriate for a certain acquisition, contracting officers have to assess the arising costs, reduced requirements, trade practices, administration and enforcement of the contract, and the nature and use... ? Quality Assurance...
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FAR Default and Dispute
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...FAR, Default and Dispute Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) is a principle set of rules and regulations that are applied by the federal government of the United States to align the acquisition process and to settle disputes that may arise between the government and contractors. The government engages in contracts to accomplish procurement requirements. These regulations were started to streamline the government purchases of goods and services by ensuring that the process of procurement is flawless and economical to for effective government budget utilization. Despite the establishment of these laws, it is common that disputes arise in the process contracting leading to termination... ?Law College: FAR, ...
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Far Right Wing Politics
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...Far Right Wing Politics Today, the threat of fascism no longer comes from a terrorist, and imperialist government in lieu of making wars upon its minorities and neighbours, it appears from right wing, racist vigilantes, who possess, a passive police force and judiciary. Right-Wing politics in Europe is characterized by extreme racism which manifests itself in the areas of discrimination and social exclusion in the labour market, in segregation, in the housing market, in unequal opportunities in the educational system, in marked differences in general health and well-being between migrant categories and majority populations and in differential access to power and influence... Of Far Right Wing Politics...
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Far Horizon's case study
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...Far Horizon should consider some economic concepts that will affect the company's operations. First, it should consider the state taxes that will be deducted from its net income; this will greatly affect how much is scraped-off from its Earnings Before Income Taxes. Second, the company should consider the prevalent labor prices in the state; since it will require a labor-intensive construction of a new convention center, it should therefore have an idea of how much it will have to spend on labor. Third, the company should be aware of competitors' price, so that it can appropriately price the goods and services that it will provide, to competitively... Section I - Marketing Plan A marketing plan for Far...
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Questions about the far East
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...doing things in extremes but in moderation, the De aligns itself closely to this principle belief by insisting on the practice of morality throughout one’s lifetime. Last but most importantly is the precept of immortality in Taoism where it is the duty of every Taoist to endeavor to reach a state of immortality through the continual practice of meditation... East Asian Religions It is undeniable that the East Asian regions have well defined and diverse religious structuresthat tend to be more or less similar in terms of beliefs and rituals. Some of the East Asian countries, which share these religious systems, are China, Japan, Vietnam, and Vietnam with the first two having more intricate and distinct...
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Mexican History: So Far From God
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...do on T.V." (p. 189). The outcome of Fe’s death is awful and unfair which leads us to wonder why her perpetual devotion to the company cost something as valuable as her life. We, the readers, question her unrelenting and unbroken loyalty in the great capitalist company just as we question the intrinsic price of faith in a foundation as sacred as Catholicism (Peake). Chicana Feminism and Hybrid Spirituality Castillo’s So Far From God principally denotes feminism. The story spins around the lives of five female characters. In most academic spheres, spirituality in Chicana feminisms has been avoided. Strange rituals have often been... ? So Far From God Ana Castillo’s So Far From God is a heavily symbolic...
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Human Geography - How far does food travel
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...DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE THE FOOD. You should take notes in the grocery store. Feel free to use the internet to flesh out information. Document the store (stores, farmers markets) you went to, the item type, brand and location from where it came from. If you eat an item that has ingredients from multiple locations and it is marked on the item, make sure you document all the locations. If you want to make an assumption (i.e. the yogurt came from Iowa and the strawberries... from California) you may do so, but it is not necessary. Store Item type Brand Location of Origin Miles from Englewood, CO Safeway Tomatoes Fresh Produce Bakersfield, CA 1036 Safeway Corn Fresh...
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Reflection Paper - 10 Principles learned so far
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...Far Narrative I have understood narrative essays through the story en d “Perfect Picture” written by James Alexander Thom. The approach used was basically telling the story of a horrific accident where the grandfather’s vehicle inadvertently ran over his granddaughter who, he did not know, was on the driveway, that eventually killed her. The details and the clearly structured sequence of events that depict incident were so vivid, effectively illustrating the scenes, the emotions felt, the commotion, and even the respect accorded by the author, who was the narrator and the police officer supposedly tasked to take a ‘perfect picture’ to report the crime... ?Reflection Paper on the 10 Principles Learned So...
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So Far from God by Ana Castillo
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...Far from God by Ana Castillo The Chicana novel has taken on topics regarded as taboo in Latino culture: physical and sexual abuse, and heterosexual and lesbian sexuality. This new talk is rebellious and subversive especially to practices of Chicano/Latino culture where the male is the family head. So Far from God by Ana Castillo, for example, incites rebellion against the standards and values held by this society. One of the major themes in this novel is the idea of a woman's role in society. Traditionally, Hispanic women are taught to serve three people: father, husband, and child. These roles can be restricting, particularly for modern women, and the author... work] Gender Relationships in So Far...
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How far neuromarketing can go ethically
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...do what the marketer and advertiser wants the people to do rather than following personal desires. In addition, several advocates and critics have observed that there has been an increasing use of neuroscience in marketing... ?Introduction In earlier years, marketing was just considered as a tool to attract consumers by dressing up sales pitch but with the changes in time,consumers have started becoming internet maniacs. With consumers getting highly computer savvy day by day, advertisers are provided with several effective opportunities to reach the target audience. Cable televisions, the internet and Smartphone have enhanced the consumer’s knowledge and information regarding the brands available in the ...
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Moving Camp Too Far by Nila NorthSun
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...Far by Nila NorthSun The poem “Moving Camp Too Far" was written by Nila NorthSun. NorthSun is a Native American residing in India, and she has published three poetry works. Her poems are connected to her ancestors and ethnic challenges. “Moving Camp Too Far” is a nonfiction poem that reveals the Native Americans and the ancestors of the author. She did an incredible work of writing the poem in an easy way but with a hidden meaning. The poem has a significant impact on the way the author scrutinizes things in the present society. The author wrote the poem during the Indian Movements, and she narrates the way she is sad for losing her heritage. NorthSun reveals the life of her... to this place,...
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Contract Acquisitions Contracting and the FAR
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...FAR) The FAR does not offer adequate protection to the American people because it was called for by the President to help the periodic appraisal of existing important set of laws, The FAR committee finalized its strategy to carry out a demonstration review of presented important set of laws. In May 2012... The scandal over the contract for navy work The scandal over the contract for navy work Introduction This was a scandal that concerned the Americas navy’s ship supply system, it focused on the pacific navy and extended to another supplier working for navy ships in the water of the Africa, South America, and Middle East. It was alleged that the company, Inchcape shipping services, with the aid of...
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Government Contract/ Acquisitions / Procurement FAR and Contract Termination
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...FAR clause 49.401 gives the government the right to terminate a contract partially or completely in situations where the contractor has failed to perform a service or deliver supplies on time, make progress or perform any other provisions stated in the contract. In addition, this clause requires that, the contractor bears all the costs incurred up to time of termination and thus, does not hold the government liable. Either... Government Contract or Acquisitions “Termination of Government Contracts” Termination for default and convenience are standard clauses contained in the Federal government contracts. Termination for default contained in clause 49.4 applies especially to supply contracts. The FAR...
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The Cost of the Modern Olympics Far Outweighs the Benefits
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...Far Outweighs the Benefits Every four years summer and winter games draw considerable attention of a worldwide audience (Zarnowski, 1992). It has been estimated by IOC (International Olympic Committee) and past Olympic historians that there has been a tremendous growth in revenue and costs of hosting modern Olympic Games (Zarnowski, 1992). It is a common notion that the host country reaps great benefits after hosting a major event, such as the Olympic Games or the World Cup (Rosenblum, 2009). There are changes in the infrastructure of the country, changes in an environment through increased tourists visiting the country and intensive business activity, innovations... ?The Cost of the Modern Olympics Far...
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Security Measures and How Far They Should Go
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...Far They Should Go Abstract Classically, computer security has been about systems of prevention. This is the most desirable form of safety, the one specific to computation, and the one that most admits progress by formal reasoning. Stated by Miller (no date). An organisation or company has to have security in place to protect it from attacks. But, how far must they go before they become intrusive and actually slow down productivity. The difficulty in getting this right depends upon the company and its products, if it manufactures then there is an added problem building security into its Information Technology and Telecoms (IT & T) structure on the shop floor... of productive work and can...
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Leonardo da Vinci: A Man Far Ahead of His Time
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...Far Ahead of His Time Introduction If you ask the average person today who Leonardo da Vinci is, many will recognize him as a famous artist. However, most people today associate the name mostly with the fiction novel “The da Vinci Code,” by Dan Brown, which painted da Vinci as a participate in an ancient religious conspiracy, where his works play a central role of hiding secret clues within the images. However, that is a work of fiction and there is no direct historical proof to support da Vinci’s participation in anything of the sort. The real Leonardo da Vinci was no less interesting. Leonardo da Vinci loved to learn and increase his knowledge base. He was, of course...  Leonardo da Vinci: A Man Far ...
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Canadian Gun Control: Is It Going Too Far
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...far? Canada has conventionally had a fairly strict policy with respect to the sale and purchase of guns by theprivate citizens. The Part III of the Criminal Code as well as the Firearms Act regulates the guns in Canada. Guns that are banned include but are not limited to the fully automatic guns, the handguns with a
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Advertisement in the Far East Economic Review magazine in 1972
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...doing so, it would attract customers who are at the wealthier side and can afford more airline visits. This is indeed a clever strategy by the airline. To the far right of the advertisement, all MSA routes are drawn. That is again a very important aspect... Advertisement Analysis Introduction In today’s world, every commodity that we put our hands on has a million other substitutes differing only slightly in quality and prices. How a consumer optimizes his choices in a market structure as competitive as that of today depends on how strongly the good has been advertised. Advertisements are a way of promoting a product or a service through media or other print means. It is intended to influence the...
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What are the defining characteristics of far right wing politics What does the sociological study of far right wing politics have to tell us about the nature o
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...Far Right Wing Politics Today, the threat of fascism no longer comes from a terrorist, and imperialist government in lieu of making wars upon its minorities and neighbours, it appears from right wing, racist vigilantes, who possess, a passive police force and judiciary. Right-Wing politics in Europe is characterized by extreme racism which manifests itself in the areas of discrimination and social exclusion in the labour market, in segregation, in the housing market, in unequal opportunities in the educational system, in marked differences in general health and well-being between migrant categories and majority populations and in differential access to power and influence... Of Far Right Wing Politics...
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Comparison of the Form and Style in Things Fall Apart and A Far Cry from Africa
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...far as these stereotypes are concerned, racial differences do not seem to apply in the world of Things Fall Apart and this forms an important part of Achebe’s critique of both African and Western civilizations. The conflict that both these writers (Achebe and Walcott) face is one that is faced by people, who are, according to Frantz Fanon, of mixed identities (Fanon, 2009). Such people cannot turn to either side for support and thus end up feeling like outsiders in their own community. While this enables Achebe to provide his work with the perspective of an outsider, imbuing his work with the tone of a historian, it enables an effective articulation of Walcott’s identity crisis... ?RUNNING HEAD: THINGS...
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The cost of the modern Olympics far outweighs the benefits. Argue your position
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...FAR OUTWEIGHS THE BENEFITS by + submission The Cost of the Modern Olympics Far Outweighs the Benefits The Olympic Games spending has been the subject of the intense debate over the last decade or so. Many people believe the Olympics are a necessary part of the modern reality and enjoy attending the event or watching it on television. They say the Olympics are good value for money and economically beneficial. Governments explain the reasonability of big expenditures by referring to profitability of the Olympics, saying that the Games serve the catalyst of the economy. Indeed, one may definitely identify some economic benefits that are a result of the Games... . These include employment of...
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How far Does Lenin's Theory of Capitalist Imperialism Explain the Scramble for Africa
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...far does Lenin's theory of capitalist imperialism explain the Scramble for Africa Introduction The explanation of political decisions in thecontext of the international community is often based on specific economic and social criteria. Moreover, it seems that these criteria are not standardized, being influenced by the political, economic and social conditions of each era. However, there are certain concepts, such those of capitalism and imperialism which can be used for understanding the behaviour of states as members of the international community. It should be noted that the elements and the terms of these concepts tend to be continuously changed through the years, serving different... How far does...
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