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The State
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...State is one of the most prevailing systems of political organization across the globe. There are various contradictions with the term State in comparison to state or what is called nation. It should be clarified that a State (denoted with capital “S”) refers to an independent country like Spain or the United States while state (with a small “s”) denotes a first-order interior division like Texas, California or West Bengal. There are various characteristics of a State that distinguish it from other forms of political organizations... that are discussed below (Flint and Taylor 31). The first characteristic is that a State must possess defined land territory that are known and...
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Nation State
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...states"and all of these are part of an attempt to describe the political climate... in a world where the race of the superpowers is no longer valid, and balance of power is determined by totally new and different factors altogether. Our purpose is to determine the extent to which "new war" and "new terrorism"are responsible for state failure or "failed states", and to do this a clear definition and understanding of all the three terms is essential. Failed states have been defined by various theorists differently. For the purposes of our discussion, we will consider the theories of "failure to deliver political goods" and "emerging...
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State Policing
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...state policing in the nation, offers an example of state policing, and explains application of state policing in law enforcement. History of state policing in the United States Policing in the United States has undergone transitions in history. It was influenced by the policing system in the ancient United Kingdom, by Robert Peel. The nation’s initial policing system consisted of locally organized people that lacked necessary organization for effective policing. Needs such as slave trade... policing Policing is one of the roles in the criminal justice system and aims at ensuring law and order in the society. The United s lacksa centralized policing system and this paper discusses history of the state...
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State Responsibility
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...state possesses with respect to each other. There can be no right without a corresponding responsibility is a settled principle of law. This principle equally holds good in the sphere of Public International Law. Hence state responsibility is always implicit wherever there is a question of state rights. Even the principle of recognition of states in Public International Law is based on the fact that in the opinion of the recognizing state the nascent community... At the outset Public International Law may be regarded as a body of rules governing the relationship of civilized nations towards each other both in peace and war including the necessary rights and obligations, which each member state ...
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State Taxation
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...states. On top of this, local counties and municipalities also charge their own taxes and large variations are found among them. Nevertheless, personal income tax and state sales tax constitute a major chunk of these taxations and those need to be compared thoroughly followed by property and other taxation, if unable to conclude. Arizona Income Tax Personal income tax rate in Arizona is 4.24% for the income between $50,000 and $150,000. On incomes above $150,000 the tax goes up at 4.54%. Sales Taxes... Taxation taxation is an important criterion while deciding about relocating in the other Personal income tax, sales and use tax and property tax are the major taxes that are charged by most of the...
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Modern State
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...state administrations has intensified. The paper consists of an introduction, four body paragraphs and conclusion. The paper argues that the distinctive features of the modern state involve high level of nationalism and multiculturalism, liberal institutions and importance of national culture, integration and lack of autonomy in the global context. The paper concludes that the uniqueness and distinctive attributes of the modern state are based on the concepts of national identity, multiculturalism and democratic... 18 November 2007 A modern as the autonomous regional unit contains the spirit of hierarchically organized ethnic democracy and global integration. The challenge posed by minorities to state...
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State Sovereighty
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...state sovereignty originally was coined from the need to enforce and maintain order, to stop the incidence of violence which permeated among and within the states, specifically over religious questions. Incidentally, territorial sovereignty arose with the idea that whoever ruled a certain territory could determine the religion of that territory. However, the more powerful territorial states repeatedly violated the national jurisdiction of the weaker ones and were legally free to “make... International Law In ical international law, sovereignty is a s absolute rights to make war, use force, protect national interest, control its territory, population, and policy within their jurisdiction. The concept of...
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State Machine
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...state variables for the machine, and depend on the history of the machine. The behavior of a state machine can be completely described by a state table or equivalently by a state diagram. State machines can be used to specify the behaviors of objects in a system by describing the relationships between the states of the object and its ability to respond to events presented to it. Suitable choice of semantics for state machines allows multiple machines to be composed in the description of a single object. State... Machine Introduction: machine is a device in which the output depends in some systematic way on variables other than the immediate inputs to the device. These other variables are called the...
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State Intervention
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...State Intervention: Doing what is Best for the Children When Families and the Government Disagree On July 1, 1937 the citizens of Ireland enacted the Constitution of the State. Much thought and consideration went into the preparation of such a document. I understood the importance and significance that each word could have, and much care was given to ensure that the spirit of the words would rise above the troubles of any given day. One of the fundamental personal rights they expounded on, the Family is listed... RUNNING HEAD: INTERVENTION: WHAT IS BEST FOR THE CHILDREN Intervention: Doing what is Best for the Children When Families and the Government Disagree Name School Date S...
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State capitalism
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...State capitalism has several meanings and definitions; however, it can be generally defined as a society in which productive elements were controlled by the state in a capitalist manner. In other words, governments or governmental agencies controlling the shares of publicly-listed firms, in a state capitalized economy. Thus the government itself is acting as a capitalist in such state capitalist systems. Communist countries like China and Russia are examples... Capitalism Capitalism refers to an economical system in which production system is owned by private people for making profits.In a capitalist system, the owners or the capitalists get the profits whereas the workers get only their wages. State...
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State House
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...state’s legislature. The building has several honorary statues in front of it, including one of General Hooker, Daniel Webster, JF Kennedy, and Educator Horace Mann (City of Boston.gov 1). The lawns below the west and east wings have statues of Mary Dyer and Anne Hutchinson. The west wing of the Bulfinch building houses the Governor’s office and the House of Representatives occupying a chamber in the Brigham addition. The Senate occupies the chamber below the dome... ”, and is significant of the role played by women in the Revolutionary War. These murals are notable as being among the ones from the Revolutionary War era, with women as their main subjects. The path to Doric Hall from Beacon...
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State capitol
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...State Capitol building is one of those important and historic ones that enjoy its significance and importance on the account of fact that it is valued by the Americans throughout the generations. The building is significant on the historic perspective as well as the political background to it that was in existence in those days. The early signs of creation of this building stretches back to as early as the 17th century A.D. it was precisely constructed in the year 1619... Introduction: The American history is rich on many accounts when it comes to the historic buildings. Quite a few that are still actively held in highvalue are so on account of the American history the nation has undergone. Virginia...
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State Development
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...states that development is inherently a process of self-building and growth occurring from within, without the influence of any extrinsic factors like policies. The latter, on the other hand involves the influence of policies and state agencies in giving rise to development. If we look at the start of the 19th century we realize that by its beginning capitalism had advanced into being a market society finally culminating into a global process. While when talking of development in the view of state the concept changes into being one that can be measured and analyzed statistically, hence more objectively. Therefore... ?Running head: Development Development s Development can be and has been the key agent in ...
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Roman State
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...State of the 'Etruscans and Samnites', to being a minor State of 'Carthage and the Greek dominions', to being a prevailing influence in the 'Meditteranean world' and lastly to having direct dominance of the entire neighborhoods. Part of the explanation for this was the power of the legions, but there is much more had to be done with her attitudes towards other provincials. It might be worth mentioning here about 'how Rome expanded her dominance and cultural-identity over the entire world'. The Romans usually... Did the Roman seek to impose a roman cultural identity on provincials 3rd May, 2007 From centuries, Roman progressively tried her way up from being just a colony of Alba Longa to being a minor...
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State of the State Speech
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...state of the economy. He then quickly turns from employment to the issue of government spending. There are inconsistencies as the Governor details his plans... An Analysis of a of the Speech: Georgia 2006 This essay will address Governor Sonny Perdue's fourth of the Speech to the citizens of Georgia. Particular attention will be paid to the issues addressed, the ways in which the issues are presented, and the effectiveness of the political rhetoric employed by the speaker. For the purposes of this essay, the persuasiveness of the political rhetoric will be judged according to the consistency of the spoken statements as well as the context in which the issue are presented. Governor Perdue's initial is...
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State capitalism
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...State capitalism is a scheme in which the government actions as "the superior financial contestant, and is utilized mostly in markets for political purposes. The last cause is not financial (maximum growth), but the political (the greatest power of the state... [Supervisor [Signature] Capitalism Introduction Capitalism is one of the major topics of communal theory. For academic melodies, environment and prospects for the future of capitalism were the matters of utmost interest. Capitalism is the notion of shift, which expresses the dynamics of the up to date economy: its inclination to unlimited development, fast and relentless mobility and humanity fitness propel dissolving that entire solid in the...
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Hypercoagulable State
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...state. This paper will discuss how to bridge the patient (Amanda) from warfarin for cholecystectomy surgery as per the surgical bleeding risk. Amanda was at a pre-procedure INR of 2.2; therefore, warfarin discontinuation plan will be to stop warfarin five days (hold four doses) prior to the procedure. Question 1 Bridging anticoagulation will be by the administration of a class of medication known as short- acting anticoagulants. The medication of choice is low dose low molecular weight heparin (LWMH) antithrombotics; to be used before and after the surgery. This medication is Dalteparin Sodium 5000 IU o.d... Hypercoagulable due: Based on Amanda’s assessment, she is suffering from hypercoagulable state....
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Welfare state
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...state is based on varying principles of equal opportunity for all citizens, an attempt towards equal distribution of wealth, and that the government has a public responsibility for those individuals who lack the resources to have a good life. Welfare can come in many different areas, including health care, social security, food stamps, and several other publicly funded government programs that assist in the well-being of American citizens. Despite the proposed... Welfare According to Encyclopedia Britannica (2009), the welfare is a “concept of government in which the plays a key role in protecting and promoting the economic and social well-being of its citizens” (par. 1). The concept of a welfare...
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State capitalism
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...State capitalism is a scheme in which the government actions as "the superior financial contestant, and is utilized mostly in markets for political purposes. The last cause is not financial (maximum growth), but the political (the greatest power of the state... ? [Supervisor [Signature] Capitalism Introduction Capitalism is one of the major topics of communal theory. For academic melodies, environment and prospects for the future of capitalism were the matters of utmost interest. Capitalism is the notion of shift, which expresses the dynamics of the up to date economy: its inclination to unlimited development, fast and relentless mobility and humanity fitness propel dissolving that entire solid in the...
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State Research Elements that Influence State Government
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...State of Pennsylvania in several ways. The organization identifies legislators that a friendly to the goals of PSEA and their members. Members are encouraged to vote for these state and local leaders presented by the union. Another way... In the of Pennsylvania, a major player in politics is the Pennsylvania Education Association (PSEA). This organization can trace its roots back to the mid 19th century when it was organized with the intention of facilitating the professional development of teachers and school personnel in Pennsylvania’s schools. This organization has grown over the decades into a powerful labor union the boasts over 180,000 members. PSEA seeks to influence elections in the State of ...
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State Education Standards (my state is Florida)
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...state department’s claim commendable is the practicality of the standards it expects of its students. A detail report in the stream of Language Art shows how scientifically and strategically the standards are fixed for each grade. Specific requirements of standard for each grade are mentioned like “Grades 11-12: Reading----Standards/Benchmark”. As the document is in the form of a table based on class grades one can easily navigate through it. Standards seem to be listed as objectives though... it is not mentioned specifically. The performance standard of teachers is mentioned in detail. Florida stresses on recruitment of teachers with the skill and resource of teaching non-English...
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Finance in higher Education(State Report:Illinois State )
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...state’s higher educational institutions has the following breakdown: 25% attend public universities, 43% attend community colleges, and 32% attend private colleges and universities. Total enrollment in the past decade has grown nearly 12%. The fastest growing segment of the student population comes from African-Americans and Hispanic/Latino families (Ikenberry, et al., 2008). Funding Trends The funding of the higher educational system in Illinois is a result of requests by each... Report: Illinois Report: Illinois Current Economic Status of Higher Education at the Level While Illinois once enjoyed a high rate of college graduation, enrollment, and affordability when compared to the rest of the country, ...
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State sponsors of Terrorism
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...state actors. As Ahmad (n.d.) states, “State-sponsored terrorism literally implies a state’s use or support of terrorism against another state or against its own people” (p. 1). The dilemma is that some countries are actively playing the role of sponsors of terrorism. State Motivations and Effects on Terrorism When a state becomes the sponsor of terrorism, it become very difficult to establish... SPONSORS OF TERRORISM goes here] [Your goes here] [Due the paper] Different Types of Sponsors of Terrorism Terrorism is one of the most critical issues being faced by almost every country of the world. In general, terrorism is known as some sort of violent act against unarmed civilians committed by the...
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Review of 'State Crime'
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...states and proto-states, as a way of meeting some organisational goals. In this work, Green and Ward seek to explain that there are prevailing psychological, sociological and structural conditions that compel the state’s political economy and political... organisation to commit state crime as an artifice to the realisation of state goals. The authors contend that dealing with state crime is inevitable, since there is no state that enjoys immunity from the breaching of human rights and liberties as a way of attaining its goals. Authors’ Key Theoretical Argument Green and Ward (2005, 161) contend that state...
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Port state control
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...state and the ship. In these cases, flag of convenience registries collect fees to flag ships and license masters and crews but fall short in their efforts to uphold internationally agreed-upon standards... Port Control Problem ment Port Control is the most effective tool at present but it tends to be reactive. Main Body Today, nearly 50% of the world's shipping sails under a flag of convenience. While some flags of convenience, or open registries, do a better job than national flags in enforcing international standards on the ships they flag, it is clear that others are less concerned with the requirement of Article 91 of the Law of the Sea Convention that there be a "genuine link" between the state an...
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State law enforcement agencies
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...state mechanism and its law enforcement agencies to implement... Explain the role that law enforcement agencies play in enforcing the law, and describe the two major models of law enforcement organization Sate law enforcement agencies has a key role to play in the enforcement of law mandated by a healthy legal system. Law abiding society can contribute much to the growth of a country. Hence, creating law-abiding society is vital in every country in the long journey to its prosperity. Government mechanism based on the US Constitution, makes laws and it need to be implemented with its full capacity to keep its meaning as prescribed at the time of its creation. Hence it is the mandatory duty of the st...
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State Shareholdings in China
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...state-owned shares 5 2.1.1 Political perspective 5 2.1.2 Managerial perspective 5 2.2 Ownership structure and firm performance in China 6 2.3. Top management turnover in China 7 2.4 Classification of State Shareholders 8 2.4.1 The Chinese government share classification 8 2.4.1.1 State-owned shares (guoyou gu) 8 2.4.1.2 Legal person shares (faren gu) 9 2.4.2 The nature of state-share holders 9 2.4.3 Further classification of state-share holders 10 2.4.4 Identity of GA... Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter One: Introduction to the study 2 1 Background 2 2 Research Purpose 3 3 Significance of the Study 3 1.4 Organisation of the Study 4 Chapter Two: Review of the Literature 5 2.1 Inefficiency of sta...
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State Farm Insurance Agency
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...State Farm has an unusually loyal corporate culture. While its a huge company, with 79,000 employees and more than 16,000 agents, many say it feels more like a family business than a big conglomerate” (State, 2009). The current report looks at problems and opportunities in the organizational communication processes at State Farm, focusing on the internal communication within the company, and highlighting training. Training is a variable cost for the company. Variable costs of course are costs that can vary... INSURANCE The current report looks at business communication at Farm, a large insurance company based in the US. “Headquartered in the Illinois flatlands, halfway between Chicago and St. Louis,...
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Poverty and State Intervention
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...State Intervention Some research analysts like Steven King proclaim that the downfall of the communist states across the globe causing the elimination of the main competitor in the market economy was a victory for the liberalists and probably the collapse of history (King 2000). The welfare state has interceded against the capitalistic malevolence such as the short-term Beveridge scheme, in the UK and other European countries, which served as a working class bribe and yet demanded legitimization and persistence of welfare state (Fitzgerald 1977). The welfare state in UK confronts assault... with the crumpling of the past in a new fashion, since the nature of the welfare state...
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The Fall of State
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...state was greatly tied to the ability to defend or expand territory. Since the invention of the atomic bomb, states are at a stalemate. No one wants to wage nuclear war so one important reason for the state to exist has been eliminated. Another trend affecting the state is the failure of the welfare state. States, once secure, started to offer all sorts of guarantees to their citizens. Health care, education and pensions for retirement are some of the most popular... . These obligations caused states to start taxing their citizens. At this point, some of the richest states in the world are in debt because they can not meet these obligations. A final trend in...
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Globalization and state sovereignty
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...states. the concern leads on to examine whether a process of economic globalization has acted towards the fall or displacement of the country states as the global framework began undergoing gradual changes thereby emanating the national boundaries. Certain experts such as Joseph Camelleri and Jim Falk observe that the world’s system is moving on to a new period where the institution of the state and its sovereign are being underestimated and changed by the different components of globalization. Even... ? Globalization and Sovereignty - Has globalization undermined the concept of sovereignty? One of the popular concerns regarding globalization is related to its impact on the conventional system of the...
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The Welfare state
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...state to bridge as far as possible the gulf, which exist between the rich, and the poor. For we must understand that the welfare state is the outcome of the socialistic ideology. The definition of welfare state says: "Political system under which the state (rather than the individual or the private sector) has responsibility for the welfare of its citizens, providing a guaranteed minimum standard of life, and insurance against the hazards of poverty, illness, and social deprivation. Welfare services include social security, which makes provision against interruption of earnings... THE WELFARE The Welfare Today the is the virtual guardian and patron of its citizens. It has become the duty of the state...
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Critical State Soil Mechanics
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...state after they get a continuous distorted, which makes them assume frictional fluid flow (see figure 1). As such, the maximum shear stress, which the soil can bear, gives the shear strength of the soil. Excess shear stress results in the failure of the soil, which may occur mostly because of catastrophic loading on the material (see figure 2). The soil attains a critical state... Soil Mechanics (a) Describe with the use of suitable diagrams the critical strength of soil. Critical is a condition that occurs in the soil where shear distortions develop without effective stress, void ratio and deviatoric stress changes (Schofield 1998). As such, soil and associated granular materials attain a critical...
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California State Prison
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...State Prisons in Los Angeles, Solano, Sacramento and Corcoran. The state prison system is the largest state run prison system in the United States (Davis, Williams and Safety, 2011). Core Policy California State Prison focuses not only on prison cells and giving the jail time to offenders, but it is rather an institution that provides correction counseling, medical attention and proper training for work. Hence, all of the California’s State... ? California Prison Introduction With a population of over 141000 inmates, California’s Prison runs under its custodian, California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation (CDC&R). With 33 adult facilities provided by the CDC&R, there are four California’s...
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Solid State Hard drive
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...state hard drive. A solid state hard drive is electrically, automatically and software compatible with a traditional (magnetic) hard disk or winchester. However, there is a dissimilarity that is its storage medium is not visual (similar to a CD) or magnetic (similar to a hard disk) but it contains solid... Solid Hard Disks Table of Contents Introduction 3 2- Solid Hard Drive Basic Principle 3 3- Solid Hard Drive Fundamental technology 4 4- SSD Size and Type 5 5- SSD Capacity and Price 5 6- Why SSDs in place of Magnetic Hard Drives? 6 6.1- Faster Data Access 6 6.2- Less Power Usage 6 6.3- Higher Reliability 7 7- Conclusion 7 8- Reference 7 1- Introduction This paper presents an overview of the solid state...
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The Welfare State
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...state, it was focussing on the well being of the citizens. The function of the state in Britain can be traced back to the Greek and Roman traditions. When the Romans invaded the land of Britain they implemented the concept of state there. The British rulers were looking forward to the wellbeing of its subjects. Later the concept of welfare state took its root in Britain, after Germany. The welfare state in Britain was begun with the Labour party government of Clement Attlee in 1945. The government realized that the state’s duty is to look... ?The Welfare Introduction: The term ‘welfare was a new coinage to the political system of United Kingdom after the Second World War. Ever since the establishment of...
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State of Texas economic
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...State of Texas Economic Development Plan In 1999 Blake and Bradley conducted a study to reveal which states showed overall economic development and also established the factors that were consistent to these states; which included business retention, human skill development and infrastructure building (Blakeley and Green 57). The factors highlighted by Blake and Bradley are evaluated with respect to the economic development in the state of Texas. Business Retention Business success of a state or district reflects upon its economic potential; business retention as compared to setting up new... businesses is an economic development strategy as this has lesser cost associated with it and has...
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State budget appropriations
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...State is known as Gov. Paul LePage. The State of Maine has the Bureau of the Budget that provides position control, analysis and planning as well as budget in support of legislative intent and gubernatorial objectives. The State of Maine uses Zero-Base Budgeting process, a budgeting and planning tool that utilizes cost-benefit analysis of activities and programs that improve staff resources and fund allocations in an organization (State of Maine – Zero-Base Budget Overview, n.d). The State of Maine functions on a biennial scheduled budget. The current biennial budget... Budget Appropriations Budget Appropriations This study will be based on the budget appropriation of the of Maine. The Governor of this...
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Palestine State Today
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...State. Unfortunately... ?The Right Palestine Today * Why the recognition of Palestine The Recognition of Palestine means that the international community is fulfilling its promise towards Palestinian people. A justice has been long overdue and a fundamental human right cannot be negotiated. Sixty-five years has passed and the Palestinian people’s right to establish their sovereign and independent country is still on hold. This right is a historical imperative of the international community today and is being met towards the Palestinian people. Since 1947, to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict, the text of General Assembly Resolution No. (181) of the United Nations provides the establishing of Palestine...
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Enemy Of State
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...State, on November 20, 1998. Tony Scott directed the movie and David Marconi wrote the storyline. The film cast included predominantly Will Smith as Robert Clayton Dean, Gene Hackman as Edward 'Brill' Lyle, Zavitz as Jason Lee And Jon Voight as Thomas Brian Reynolds. Running time for this movie is 2 hrs. 7 min and it has been rated "R" for language and violence. The production company for "Enemy Of State" was Scott Free Productions, Jerry Bruckheimer Films. It was produced in the Touchstone... [Supervisors Enemy Of A Review It's Not Paranoia, If They're Really After You. Introduction The distributors Buena Vista Pictures Distribution released this Action, Drama and Thriller kind movie, Enemy Of State,...
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MultinationalThreatens State Sovereignty
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...State Sovereignty Name Institution 26 April 2006 Introduction The question if International Corporations poses a threat to State Sovereignty is currently a very hotly debated issue internationally. Governments, social organisations and regional leaders are increasingly troubled by the growing presence of multinational corporations, especially those in poor developing nations. Allegations against these profit seeking corporations include destructive competition and insidious plots to economically and politically manipulate entire economies. Maybe... the worst charge is that multinational corporations are methodically eliminating domestic firms in order to exploit their monopoly...
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STATE BOYS REBELLION
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...State Boys Rebellion written by Michael D’ Antonio is an eye-opening narration about a group of boys who experience harsh circumstances while being at Fernald State School located in Massachusetts. The story is based on truth. After reading the story, a lot can be concluded. The boys on the basis of their rebellion face ruthless chastisement along with incarceration. Freddy Boyce was a small boy who was sent to Fernald state school after the death of his... No: The Boys Rebellion What is to be concluded from THE BOYS REBELLION? What are the arguments for and against institutionalizing people with sub-normal intelligence? What’s the current status of intelligence testing and institutionalization? The...
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Federal vs State Law
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...state laws were eventually put to light as seen in the case of Adams. Thus, the need to revise such laws that predetermined a suspect’s innocence or guilt was raised. Van Orden v. Perry Thomas Van Orden took Texas to the federal district court on the grounds that the Ten Commandments monument at the state capitol building an unconstitutional in that it violated the First Amendment's establishment clause (Unger 34). According to Orden, the law prohibited the government from passing laws that respected religious establishment. The district court and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals all ruled against Orden... (Name) (Instructor’s Name) (Course Title) (Date) ADAMS v. TEXAS November 1976, Dallas County, Tex...
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Lenin State and Revolution
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...state and revolution is one of the most important works of Lenin. The work focused on the important of socialist theory and practices which are relevant and important in the modern day’s development. According to Lenin (1945, p .3) the writing has the advantage of enjoying the unique authoritative status for the coming generation of scholars and activists who beliefs in socialist. The reason for its authoritative status is because of its spirit and component that evokes the hyper- bureaucratic status in socialist countries... ?LENIN AND ROVOLUTION Lenin finished his writing on and revolution in 1917 when Russia was in the first stage of development (Lenin 1945, p. 23). The writing and the study of the...
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British Welfare State
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...State in Britain. The report sparked much debate and in the following years social policy was transformed. Within a few years the classic welfare state had been created through the Education Act, Family Allowance, National Insurance, National Assistance and the National Health Service. The general feature underpinning this was a government commitment to full employment. Before launching into a discussion about the nature of the legislation that was passed in the forties it is important to be clear about the meanings of revolutionary and evolutionary policy. Revolutionary refers to ways...  The Beveridge Report in 1942 is often discussed as the main influence on the birth of the Classic Welfare...
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State of confusion paper
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...state of Denial, is not happy about the additional expense this statute imposes on her business. She intends to file suit against Confusion... ?Tanya Truckers v. of Confusion Facts of the case The of Confusion enacted a statute requiring all trucks and towing trailers that use its highways to use a B-type truck hitch. Only one manufacturer in Confusion manufactures this hitch. The result of this statute is that any trucker who wants to drive through Confusion must stop and have the new hitch installed, or drive around Confusion. The federal government has not made any regulations concerning the type of truck hitches used on the nation’s highways. Tanya Trucker, who owns a trucking company in the state of ...
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Comparing State Constitutions
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...States was completely done on the 17th day of September, 1789. It has been used as a reference by many other nations in developing their constitution. Actually, it is one of the oldest written constitutions in use. It contains amendments which are twenty-seven in number. Apart from the national constitution, all the states in the country have their own constitution. This paper will focus on the similarities and differences in the constitution of Texas and Alaska. The Texas... Constitution and that of Alaska have various similarities. The major substantive similarity between the constitution in the case of of the State of Alaska and that of Texas is that both have the bill of...
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Church and state
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...state to enforce laws that they believe are morally upright. In most cases, there arises some form of ambiguity when what the religion want implemented and enforced by the state is not implemented. For instance, according to religious point of view, abortion should be illegal and the state should enforce laws to illegalize the action. On the other side, the state maybe of the argument that under certain conditions abortion should be legalized. The state may base its argument on medical ground such as when the life of the mother is at risk, abortion should be legalized to save the live of the mother. However, according to the biblical point of view killing... Church and Interplay Religion affects all the ...
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Flow state and creativity
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...state in that different individual given... Creativity and Flow Creativity and Flow Introduction Creativity is the occurrence of actions of significant rational process due to the interaction of a peculiar organism with its tangible and circumstantial environment. The ultimate source of drive for creativity is self-actualization and is due to an individual needs. Certain inner characteristics potentiate one towards creativity. Rigidity inadequacy, being tolerant to ambiguity, an internal drive that some personal objective derives their solutions from creativity is some of the internal prerequisite for creativity. Creativity is stimulated by increasing self- worth of an individual. Creativity at an...
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The State of California
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...State of California Introduction The state of California is known to be the most innovative state as it comes up with newer things every passing day. An example of Golden State technology can be taken here which started as a result of World War II. There is a limitless optimism in the state now that the”I” technology (ipod,iphone,and ipad) will bless the state with good times as it had always promised. Today Californians are highly amalgamating the technology in their daily lives. They link to entertainment, education, and government, and to each other via tablets, web, personal computers, net books, iphone and ipad. Citizens are so engrossed in technology that they didn’t realize at times...  The State...
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