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Intro to Visual Arts
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...Intro To Visual Arts Venus of Urbino General of Art Work Venus of Urbino is aportrait art by a famous artist known as Tiziano Vecellio, popularly goes by Titian. This canvas oil painting was painted specifically for Guidobaldo II della Rovere, the Duke of Urbino in 1538 (Lazzari, Schlesier 22-25) The content of the painting is concentrating on a young, nude woman reclined on a bed, staring directly to her viewer comfortably and confident without showing any sign of shyness. Her hair falls over her shoulder and the neck is reclined exposing her left side of the body. Titian nude Venus has a well-defined shape and pale skin with no blemish. She is very appealing with her...
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Intro to Film
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...Intro to Film Director Paper Assignment Director: Steven Spielberg Table of Contents Director’s Background 3 Director’s Style and How It was Developed 3 Flexography 4 Spielberg’s Imprint on the Industry 5 Other Director’s and Actor’s Perception Regarding Spielberg 5 References 7 Bibliography 8 Director’s Background Steven Spielberg is one of the most successful commercial directors for more than three decades in Hollywood and has mastered in myriad subjects of films pertaining to different genres. Along with this, he has mastered himself as the screen writer, video games designer and studio executive. Steven Spielberg is acclaimed as one of the best producers in the Hollywood. Born... to Film...
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...Intro to film What are the three distinguishing elements of Neorealism as seen in DeSicas Bicycle Thieves? Neorealism is a movement that involves creation of films using low class people. The movement was common post World War II Italian filmmakers (Rabiger 109). The film DeSicas Bicycle Thieves relies on various aspects of neoreaism intended to pass its nonrealistic message to the audience. The most outstanding neorealist element in the film is showing thing or people in their usual occurrence. The film also use untrained or real actors whose objective is the reasons of producing the film rather than how to do it. 2. Discuss what filmmaking technique Andrew Sarris calls...
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Intro to Criminal Justice
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...Intro to Criminal Justice It took centuries for England's policing system to develop. Specifically, there were four major models of policing that had been implemented in the country during its policing system development: Kin Police System, Frankpledge Police System, Parish-Constable Police System, and Uniformed Police System. Under the Kin Police System, the people were the law enforcement, and they were expected to help each other. Until this model was improved and change into the Frankpledge Police System wherein the people shared the responsibility of policing. This was eventually replaced by the Parish-Constable Police System that was the first official English police force... ?Client's xx February...
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Intro to third sector
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...Intro to third sector Introduction Workplace diversity is essential for the success of any organization. Any business that strives to maximize their production must have a variety of people working for them irrespective of caste, creed, gender and religion. This bounder less behavior should be exhibited by the senior management of the organization on a daily basis. A very important question that arises in this regard is how much the leaders of change and diversity embrace the issue. The manner in which the senior management and the human resources department of an organization would approach and deal with the issue would determine how much the problem would be solved on a long term basis... Intro to...
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Intro to Counseling Discussion Question
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...Intro to Counseling Discussion Question Intro to Counseling Discussion Question Social Justice As seen in the work of Corey & Corey (2010), social justice issues are vital in the therapeutic setting as social justice know-how enables the counselor become more knowledge on the manner in which social inequalities affect an individual. The counselor can as well reflect on issues of race, oppression, ethnicity and power with the aid of the social justice competencies. In light to this fact, the counselor can easily understand the injustice issues of the client with the society then discern the best interventions for the concerned client. The counselor can also tell which intervention will work... to...
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Intro To Business Management Exam
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...Intro to Business Management Exam Contents Contents 2 3 2. 4 3. 5 4. 6 5. 7 References 8 It has always been acknowledged and believed by manypeople around the globe that the times of recession or slowdown times of the economy actually provides the best time and platform to venture into the process of entrepreneurship. The founder of the Virgin empire, Richard Branson strongly believes that the recession times are the best time to start entrepreneurship ventures since the multiple barriers comprising of legal, economical policies and frameworks that entrepreneurs has to overcome in normal times, are increasingly low (Stokes & Wilson, p.38). Also, a lot of opportunities emerge in the recession...
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Intro to Art: Gallery Tours
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...Intro to Art: Gallery Tours Richard Estes Richard Estes is an American artist well-known for his photorealistic paintings. He was born in 1932 in Illinois. He admitted to an art school in Chicago at the age of 20 and studied Fine Arts. During his academic period he had chance to expose to the works of highly reputed realists artists such as Edgar Degas and Thomas Eakins. After completing his studies he worked as an artist for publishing and advertising companies and continued to paint in leisure time. From 1966 he fully devoted for painting. He held his first art exhibition in 1968 and was granted the fellowship of National Council for the Arts in 1971. His...
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Knowledge of Intro to Technologies
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...Intro to Technologies Introduction Technology is gradually becoming known as one of fastest changing phenomena of life. Interesting, changes in technology are always focused on making existing technology better. It is not for nothing that the kind of technology that exists today has come to be known as the emerging technology. This is because today’s technology focuses much on finding solutions to basic problems that exists in human endeavour, especially those that are related to the running of businesses and organisations. For new start-up companies such as this, it is inherent that insightful consultations are done in reference to the application of needed technology needs to ensure... ?Knowledge of...
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OPM300 - Intro. to Operations Mgmt. SLP
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...Intro. to Operations Mgmt. SLP Application of Ecommerce at Mc Donald’s: Mc Donald’s has implemented ecommerce in several different aspects of the business. The company uses ecommerce solutions for communication with the partners, reduce the communication costs as well as increase the quality of the operations. One of the best places that the company has adopted the ecommerce systems is for the e-payment systems. Here the company has provided the customers with an option to pay for the orders online without having to pay by cash. The company has also been noted for entering into an online auction business in China (Binary Bits... XXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX OPM300 -...
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International Relations Course Informal Personal Intro Essay
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...Intro Essay Where does this fit in your life (if at all)?  By the fact that the reflections on world politics influence definition of various events, which leads to substantial change in those related to the events, I have a strong conviction that International Relations fits in my day-to-day life. In fact, at any moment I can become a victim of any event whose definition is influenced by world politics in my country. I understand that International Relation as a discipline was established through a need to overcome causes of war and facilitating conditions of peace during the First World War (Baylis, Smith and Owens, 1). Therefore, the values... Other Essay International Relations Informal Personal...
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Intro to c&b (u3ip&db)
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...Intro to C & B (U3IP & DB) Part According to Zuber and Henley (1992, pg As physicians struggle to keep up with the explosion of new medical information and technology, they are also faced with constant changes in the medical reimbursement system. Now, the reporting of medical services has also been altered as a result of physician payment reform. The new evaluation and management codes will have an economic impact on the practice of medicine for most physicians.” Evaluation and management codes are among the most popular used in the clinical setting, and there are eight comprehensive steps to evaluating and coding a procedure correctly. There are certain factors that are...
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Multiple Choice Quiz-2, INTRO TO COUNSELING
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...Intro to Counseling due: Question 1. When you find yourself struggling with an ethical dilemma over value differences, the best course to follow is to a. trust your instincts. b. seek consultation. c. terminate your relationship with your client. d. both c and d. e. refer your client to another counselor. 1 points    Question 2 1. assuming that remaining married would be the best choice for a female client in an unsatisfying marriage is an example of a. Bias. b. sound clinical judgment. c. irrational thinking. d. high moral standards. 1 points    Question 3 1. There should be _____instances where you would have to tell clients that you could not work... Multiple Choice Quiz-2,...
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Intro to Criminal Justice Final Exam
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...Intro to Criminal Justice Final Exam Choose the one that best completes the ment or answers the question Clarence is sitting on a park bench minding his own business when an undercover police officer comes up to Clarence and talks him into buying some marijuana. Then the officer arrests Bob for possession of marijuana. Clarence can claim the defense of: 1) __D____   A)  necessity.   B)  duress.   C)  double jeopardy.   D)  entrapment. 2)  Ray threatens to spit on Bob and Bob defends himself by shooting Ray. Bob has: 2) ____B__   A)  a procedural defense.   B)  used excessive force.   C)  used reasonable force.   D)  a legal justification. 3)  A/An...
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Intro to global communication: cultural profile
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...Intro to Global Communication: Cultural Profile Introduction In this age, sustainability isthe most essential requirement of any organization. However, in order to do so, it’s extremely essential to understand and evaluate the diverse cultural norms and values of the employees. By doing so, the devotion and dedication of the employees might get enhanced that may improve the performance of the organization in the market among others. Along with this, if the cultural diversity or values might be evaluated effectively, then the interpersonal relationship and coordination among the employees might get enhanced that may increase the brand image and market share of the organization in the market... to Global...
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Survivor paper for CBS reality show(ONLY INTRO)
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...Intro) Introduction The purpose of the study is to analyze Survivor, a CBS reality TV show that was air in September to November. The aim of the study shows character traits of several characters in the Show. Some aspects like socializing, making new friends, rudeness, and selfishness, just to mention but a few, of the characters, are discussed in the study. The study was carried in a group of five. Every member of the group was serious about the study, punctual, and willing to take part in the study was imperative. During the study, the participants were keen to study the traits of the four main characters in the show. Those characters include; Sierra... Survivor Paper for CBS Reality Show (Only Intro)...
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Take-home exam for Intro to HIV/AIDS class
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...Intro to HIV/AIDS History ofHIV/AIDS AIDS is an immune deficiency condition that is caused by HIV virus once it gets into the body tissues of an individual. At this phase, the immune system cannot prevent the body from pathogens and thus it is vulnerable to opportunistic infection that later subdues the entire body leading to death. HIV was first discovered in 1981 in San Francisco in the United States of America by the Center for Disease Control. In its early stages, the disease was attributed to having originated from chimpanzees. Reports of HIV/AIDS infection were reported in West Africa and Asia, and some years later it was a global pandemic (Stolley and Glass, 2009)....
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INTRO LETTER
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...August 26, [Click here and type recipient’s address] Dear Sir or Madam: I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, as a personand a writer, and show you how the two complete and compliment one another. In other words, my attachment to writing largely defines who I am as a person. I am a 32 year old British female living in London with my family, two sons, daughter and husband. As my children are still quite young, the eldest being only 10, I am a full-time mother. To be quite honest with you, while I know that women should have ambitions beyond the home, I find my life quite fulfilling. The reason is that being at home has given me the opportunity, not just to pursue my...
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Intro & Conclusion
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...Introduction The US trucking industry exclusively serves approximately 80% of the country’s needs of all the goods they procure. These Coast – to – coast trucks haul the nation’s life essentials like food, medicine, clothing, books, automobiles, electronic goods and other necessities. According to a consensus taken over the last twenty years i.e. from 1986 to 2006, there is said to have been a dramatic increase of about 41% by way of registered trucks and about 84% increase in the number of miles traveled. Hence this has posed a threat not only by way of pollution but also the danger of fatal crashes on the road. An estimate taken in 2006 on the consumption of gasoline and diesel... The US trucking...
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Intro Theater
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...Romeo and Juliet Order no. 441726 May’10 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is one of the great tragedies ever written and probably the best known work of literature in the world. Several movies have been made based on this book. The theme of the book is classic. It is about two star-crossed young lovers belonging to different backgrounds meeting and falling in love. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are the two lovers in this play. This tragic drama is best remembered for the famous balcony scene and this scene is arguably the best theatrical scene in English Theatre. Romeo and Juliet was first published in 1597 and is Shakespeare’s eleventh play. Most... and Juliet Order...
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Intro Communication
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...Your full full October 13, Option # 2 – Verbal Communication Language is a social practice of associating meanings to the words. It covers the rich complexities that a person faces during the process of communication. If a person wants to communicate in a language other than his/her own language, he/she first needs to know the meanings of different words used in that language. Language makes a person aware of the feelings, emotions, and perceptions associated with different words and that awareness helps a person create suitable meanings for those words. Language not only adds meanings to the words but also enhances the ability of a person to use those meanings for constructing sentences... full full...
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Intro Communication
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... 25 November Communication across Cultures Cultures are learned systems of meaning, communicated by means of natural language and other symbol systems capable of creating cultural entities and particular senses of reality. Through these systems of meaning, groups of people adapt to their environment and structure interpersonal activities that form their culture. Communication is the activity of conveying information that allows access between persons or places. According to Ting-Toomey (3), both culture and communication reciprocally influence one another, it is essential to distinguish the characteristics of the two concepts for the purpose of understanding the complex relationship between... 25...
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Self-intro
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... Hello, I am Helena from Korea. I graduated from Indian Mountain School. Currently, I am a second year student at Choate Rosemary School. This is my third year studying in America, and I am very excited to work with people from different countries in this workshop. I love to participate in different things like playing piano, taking pictures, drawing, painting and, reading books. In addition, one of my best subjects is history. I have an episode that I would like to share with you on what happened in the history class in my old school. There was a day called inner me costume day where everyone had to dress up with costumes that represented themselves. Since I had a great interest in history...
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Intro & Con
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... Paraphrasing Introduction: In this experiment absorbance is related to percent transmittance by the following equation: (A=log (100/%)). A different procedure will have to be formulated in order to determine the amount of Cobalt in different concentrations of solutions of de-ionized water and Cobalt (II) in this experiment. The molarity of the unknown concentration of Cobalt (II) can be found by carrying out four trials at different wavelengths i.e. 430nm, 470nm, 565nm, and 635nm. This experiment will test which solutions of cobalt nitrate had sufficient concentrations. Conclusion: From the experiment we can conclude that an increase in the concentration of cobalt (II) in the solution led... Paraphrasin...
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Intro to business
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... Institute: Introduction to business One business that keeps going in all conditions and stays on even during political disturbances, economic slowdown or other unfavorable conditions is the food and beverage industry. Although their sales and production may show slightly low, they do not reach a state of close down, if well organized and well planned. A classic example in this sector that has seen almost four decades of business is the Starbucks Coffee Company, started in 1970 in Seattle. Starbucks, in the specialty of food and beverage, targeted the largest segment of disposable income spending i.e., food and beverages, and recorded a steady growth; in a way it invented a new market... Institute:...
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INTRO TO THIRD SECTOR
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...?Nonprofit Management Introduction According to the Michael article regarding on the Nonprofit Management and its principles, nonprofit organizations play an important role in our society. Their efforts help attend the needs of underprivileged groups that are not properly attended by governmental entities. This article however, states that both the United States of America and Canada have lots of nonprofit organizations operating in their territory. Managing nonprofit organizations is very challenging and therefore volunteers are an integral part of the operation of a nonprofit and its management. Many nonprofit organizations have been negatively impacted by the bad economic times in recent... Management...
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Intro to Finance: Budget
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... | Word Limit: 750 7 May Budget Candi ment I hereby declare that this assignment is my own work and any use of materials from other sources has been referenced accordingly. Candidate Signature: Date: Tutor Statement I hereby confirm that this assignment, to the best of my knowledge, is the candidates own work and they have not collaborated in the production of this assignment with any other person. I also confirm that I have a record of this candidate’s progress tutorial/s. Tutor Signature: Date: Explanation of the scenario The restaurant which is under discussion will be located in the market place which can easily be approached from the airports and transport and railway stations... | Word Limit: 750...
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Intro to Philosophy
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...?Who are we? Do we have soul or are we merely a bundle of mental events, or perhaps some other combination? Introduction There are various claims to how human souls existed. Human souls are unimaginable and uncatchable because these are not visible. Many are asking on what really makes up a human’s soul. This is the question that continues to become so controversial. There are conflicts in various ideological claims of science with cosmology and evolution in opposition to religious claims of the world. These ideas are too difficult to grasp which makes every human mind enter a cognitive dilemma on what assertions and assumptions must really be considered. The present paper will uncover... are we? Do we...
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Intro 4 questions
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... History of correction is a period that s from 1787 with formation of Philadelphia society for alleviating misery of public prisons which was mandated to bring reforms on how prisoners were treated. The group came up with two models i.e. Pennsylvania model and New York model. Pennsylvania model was advocating for separation and confinement of prisoners. It was aimed at giving prisoners time to repent and denying contact an aspect that was aimed at instilling discipline. In New York, legislature established Aurburn prison. The New York model was advocating for congregate system where prisoners were allowed to work together during the day but separated during the night. Despite the effort... History of...
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Intro to Sociology
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... Eli Manning’s Position in Social Stratification According to John J. Macionis’ Theory of Stratification, the Caste System remains both rigid as well as a closed system that is determined at the time of birth and where social mobility is static (Macionis). Social stratification of caste system in Eli Manning’s situation is interestingly varied. He was born into a prosperous family which is good for a young man because he did not have to suffer from the handicap of poverty. And in a classic Macionis’ case, birth alone decided his destiny. This means he did not have to overcome the handicap of a poor birth and the attendant dearth of prospects of social mobility. So in one way he held a fine... Eli...
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Intro to business
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...Introduction to Business Why is the development of the new transformation process GTL (gas-to-liquids) so important? The development of new Gas to liquid transformation process is required because the existing process is an indirect one. In the present process of transformation (Fischer-Tropsch technology) the natural gas is first converted into “syngas” (carbon monoxide and hydrogen combined). This is later on followed by the reaction to liquid fuels. The second reason is that the existing methods are far more expensive than one could imagine. Engineers all around the world are working to come-up with new and direct method of converting the natural gas into liquid. Recently, Texas A&M... to Business...
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... Wal-Mart stores Wal-Mart is depicted as one of the mega-retailers that hold key to supplying fresh and healthyfood to low-income urban centers where grocery options are severely limited. Regardless efforts to expand Wal-Mart stores in urban areas, so much resistance has met the endeavors. The primary reason basis its argument on the company’s principle of cruelty to its largely low-wage workforce. Despite significant public critics in Wal-Mart’s business practices, the company fails to put into consideration issues such as health benefits, wages caps, and discrimination coming to the forefront. This has pushed away the desire of many willing to work at the stores. Moreover, in most cases... Wal-Mart...
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Intro To Sociology
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... Introduction to Sociology Comparison of modern social theories (functionalism, conflict theory, and symbolic interactionism) in terms of the following issues: The underlying Model Structural functionalism is concerned with explaining explain the apparent stability and how societies sustain internal stability and survive over time. The theory compares the society to an organism whereby many parts function collectively to maintain the whole. Societies in this case can be perceived to be coherent, bordered, and essentially relational constructs that act like organisms, with diverse parts (social institutions) working together to maintain and reproduce them (Andersen and Taylor 22). Conflict... Introducti...
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Intro. to Chicano Literature
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... Lecturer Introduction to Chicano Literature La Raza The term La Raza is derived from the Spanish word raza which simply means a race, lineage, ethnicity or breed. Therefore, La Raza refers to a race. However, despite its standard meaning, it might have different expressions amongst the Spanish speakers in Spain and Latin America. For instance, in Latin America, it is used to express the Hispanic identity-A blend of Spanish and European heritage. This term was used by the Chicano scholars in reference to the immigrant Americans with Mexican decency. 2. Rudolfo Anaya Rudolfo Anaya is an American author who was born in Pastura, New Mexico in 1937. After his high school education, be preceded... Lecturer...
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Intro to Relat Dbase
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...INTRODUCTION TO RELATIONAL DATABASE Introduction to Relational Database Affiliation Normalization “Basically, the normalization is the process of decomposing large, inefficiently structured tables into smaller, more efficiently structured tables without losing any data in this process” (Hernandez, 2003) Step for converting database tables into First Normal From 1st normal Form A relation is believed to be in 1st normal form if it does not contain any repeating group, the value in each attribute should be atomic, and every tuple should be unique (SQA, 2014): Steps performed in 1st Normal Form Eliminate the repeating groups. Form a new entity Example Dept_no Dept_name student_no student_name... TO...
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Intro to Mgt Syst
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...Ethical Issues in Information Systems YourFirst YourLast Information or data privacy is an ethical issue in information systems that refer to the aspect of protecting an individual’s personal information. Lucey (2005) notes that there is need to protect personal information such as financial data, medical records, political record, criminal records, website data, and business related information from access by unauthorized persons who may be ill-motivated. I believe that it is important to protect personal information of a person because vulnerabilities of personal information have significantly increased with the advancement of the digital age. By instituting privacy policies in information...
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Intro to Disasters (Case)
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...?Hokkaido and the Indian Ocean Tsunamis Introduction Two of the most deadly tsunami events in modern history occurred in 1993 in a small island of Japan called Hokkaido and in 2004, in the surrounding areas of the Indian Ocean. Being one of the countries in the Pacific Ring of fire, Japan accepted the fact that the geographical location of their country is largely prone to earthquakes and its succeeding effects. This proneness has led them to be equipped with knowledge and technological measures to decrease the amount of damages. On the other hand, countries near the Indian Ocean were totally unprepared of the undersea megathrust earthquake which caused the 100-feet high tsunami wave... and the Indian...
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Intro to Film
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...? Elements of Design in The Avengers Full Joss Whedon’s The Avengers features a cast of great actors and actresses like Robert Downey, Jr. who played Tony Stark or the Iron Man, Chris Evans as Steve Rogers or Captain America, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner or The Hulk, Chris Hemsworth known as Thor, Scarlet Johansson as Natasha Romanoff or the Black Widow and Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton or the Hawkeye. The aforementioned stars form the team of the Avengers who fought against the villain Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston who wanted to take control of the earth. Samuel Jackson acted as the director of the peacekeeping organization, S.H.I.E.L.D. who brought together the heroes when the world... Elements of...
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Intro to Astronmy
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... College Introduction to Astronomy Chapter 4: Gravitation and the Waltz of the planets Dawn is being used to exploit the planets and to know there different characteristics. Pictures from mars and Jupiter are being taken from the self driven rocket sent by man to exploit the outside world. This aircraft is the first to ever orbit any body outside the asteroid belt. During the ancient days, astronomers believed that the earth was positioned at the centre of the universe. They also believed that the sun was at rest and never moved an inch. They also believed that the stars kept rotating on a celestial sphere and moved around once a day. The sun and the moon were believed to move eastwards... College...
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Intro to Literature
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...Client’s 18 March Matthew Arnold’s Dover Beach follows a free iambic pattern and has a very melancholic theme; as far as the metrical scheme is concerned the poem does not follow a particular rhyme scheme. The sea acts as a metaphor, binding individual people (pebbles) together. Its receding waters create a universal comparison to Victorian society in which people were no longer united by one faith or even faith at all. The sea and pebbles could also represent being alone in a crowd. The poem consists of 3 sonnets, but the last five lines are washed away. The Victorian poets were very uncomfortable when more and more people shifted their attention towards scientific development, the belief... 18 March...
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INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
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... Social Norms: An Enactment In most cases society holds defined ways, or defined s of action that each member of the society has to abide and act accordingly. These set of codes of behavior are such that the guide a harmonious coexistent among people, particularly in public areas. Acting contrary to these codes of behaviors is considered unsocial and sometimes rude. Though in some cases these actions do not affect others in a harmful way, deviation from these codes of behaviors makes one to be considered anti social and against the social norms. Dovidio (330) explains social norms as widely held expectations about what is and what not acceptable behavior in the society. These behavior... Social Norms:...
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Intro to fiction
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... Araby and A Woman on a Roof The story of “Araby” by James Joyce resembles the story of “A woman on a roof” by Doris Lessing because of the behavior of the men characters when they see women. The two stories have the theme of rejection. It shows the way men and boys feel when they are rejected with women. The story of “Araby” shows the ways small boys begin to behave when they start to get interested in girls. The main character in the story of “Araby” is a small boy who remembers the way he was very much attracted to a girl who was a sister of his friend. His friend was called Mangan. The main character in the story sees Mangan’s sister at the time when they were playing with other boys... Araby and A...
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Intro MGT Informat Systems
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... Introduction to Management Information Systems Project management focuses on long term objectives of the company with several phases existing in the process of implementation. The implementation of project management process involves the use of several phases. Chapter two addresses the issues of project management by highlighting the various phases of management exist in project implementation. The project initiation stage involves the identification of the ideas and projects to be evaluated and the methodology. Identification of ideas and scope of the project is vital in the initiation process. The clients need in the project must be evaluated to avoid mismatch of wants and need... Introduction to...
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INTRO to SOCIOLOGY
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...Application of sociological perspectives to analysis of existing social problems Modern societies offer for an observer who intends to understand their functioning so many different intricate and interdependent, and not always in the visible way, social phenomena that one can easily get lost in the multitude of possible interpretations and explanations. In this situation, in order to avoid unnecessary confusion due to unsystematic approach to investigation of social processes, a good solution is to start from the initial definition of methodology that will be used for examination of social problems. Generally speaking, the alternative methodologies, from which we can choose the ones... of sociological...
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Intro to law
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...CASE CASE Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co., Ct. of App. of N.Y., 248 N.Y. 339, 162 N.E. 99 (N.Y. 1928 Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad was a matter number 248 in New York. Matter number 339, which was heard and determined by the New York Court of appeal. The Court is by fact and principle the highest in the land and it was adjudicated upon by Cardozo Benjamin who was the Chief Judge. The nature of this matter gave headlights and pathways into the notion of proximate cause relative to the aspect of liability while at the same time bringing to light the aspect of limitation of negligence. Facts: Mrs. Hellen Palsgraf was standing on the steps of the train platform when two men ran in to catch... CASE...
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Intro to missions
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... # Introduction to Missions # 29th March, Introduction to Missions This paper is on Introduction to Missions, which is oneof the main themes of Missiology. In order to explain well all the issues around missions, it is important to look at Missiology as whole, this paper therefore gives an overview of Missiology. Missiology is basically a broad multi-disciplinary field of study which encompasses Theology, Anthropology, and Ecclesiology. As we shall see in this paper, the main aim of Missiology is to prepare prospective missionaries for the missionary work; for this reason, Missions is the central theme in Missiology. This paper looks at the main areas of Missiology and gives an explanation... #...
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Intro Geo 1
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...It would be very difficult for the United s to operate in an organization such as the EU. With the largest national economy (CIA World Factbook) in the world and the largest, most modern military, the united States would surely see any sort of power sharing or cooperation an infringement on their sovereignty (Paul). Any organization that the United States would enter into would have to be something that would bolster the economic or defensive systems of the Americans. An example of this sort of arrangement would be the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA. By forming this organization, the United States, Canada and Mexico looked to strengthen the already trade ties between... would be very...
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Intro to business
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...Result of assessment The assessments suggest that I have an INTJ type of personality. It means that I am an introvert who gets tired by relating with many people. Thus, I need time for myself so that I can recharge my energy. However, this doesn’t mean that I wouldn’t get along well with people. Rather, I must set aside a time being alone so that I can feel at peace. Too many people around me exhaust my energy. When it comes to planning. I make sure that I have collected pertinent information before making decisions. I usually do not like surprises and would love to stay on top of things. The rationale behind this is that I also follow rules, guidelines and policies within a system... of assessment...
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Intro to Disaster (SLP)
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...?Japan, the Natural Phenomena, and the Asian Continent Country Overview Japan is one of the countries to belong in the Pacific Ring of Fire. Being inthe ring would mean proneness to natural disasters associated by geological activities. Seismic movements of the plates are common event in Japan. However it does not mean that they are spared from other two forms of natural disasters, the storm and flood, due to their geographic location (Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED), 2010). This proneness has led Japan to innovate prevention measures, from policies to public training and technological means. In CRED (2010), earthquakes are the most frequent disaster to occur... the Natural...
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Intro Political Science
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...?To many the study of politics is about using power to establish the "right" values. What are the pros and cons of this normative approach to politics? Does the scientific method represent a better alternative? Why or why not? In the study of politics, power is an essential aspect to consider. It is the ultimate source of authority. It is the force that drives the people to obey the leaders in a society. It is the foundation of public trust. The source of which is the people. All these facts taken into account, power in politics is studied in two major approaches, normative and scientific. In adopting the normative approach, politics is considered as the study of power to establish... many the study of...
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