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...Use: An analysis Through this poem, Marge Piercy has called upon the people to be more diligent and determined in doing the work they take up. Comparing a determined person with an expert swimmer who heads straight towards the deep waters and crosses the channel, the poet says, workmanship is identified by the nature of a person who is dutifully concerned with his work without being unduly bothered about being noticed or the rewards involved. The society needs such people who never cry for publicity but their good work never allows them to fade from public memory. Taking the comparison still further the poet says, the hard work is visible all over when an ox or a buffalo make their way... Poem-To Be of...
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Use Cases
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...Use Cases Insert Insert Thoroughly describe (in a one to two 2) page narrative) a use case, complete with typical and alternate courses, which documents the event of a bank customer withdrawing money from an ATM. A use case refers to those steps that illustrate how a role is going to interact with an actor so as to complete an objective. It is majorly applied in software development where an actor would refer to a system or a user (Jacobson & Ng, 2005). The diagrams in use case map how a system’s client interacts with its use cases. The case in hand seeks to illustrate how a use case...
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Land Use
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...use planning and management are affected by many policies that affect the land use, for example, recreational trails are managed under the multiple-use paradigm (Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act) and the National Forest Management Act (NFMA; 16 U.S.C. §§ 528–31, 1600–14). The act requires all land users accommodated on National Forests while maintaining the overall integrity of forest ecosystems and associated human benefits. It is also affected by historical and current events such as, USFS developed a system for land managers to balance competing recreational needs of distressed groups to share limited public lands called the Recreational Opportunity Spectrum (ROS, Clark... Recreational land use...
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Tobacco Use
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...Use  Tobacco Use The establishment of programs, incentives and policies to develop smoke-free work places help not only to diminish employer costs, but also enable workers who want to quit smoking to attain the resources and motivation to quit. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) at least 70% of the entire adult smoker population wants to quit smoking altogether, and at least 40% of smokers attempt to quit for approximately one day every year. This shows that adult smokers appreciate the need to stop smoking, but there appears to be insufficient incentives to encourage them to quit once and for all. Incentives based in the work environment, as well as competitions aimed... ? Tobacco Use ...
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Everyday Use
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...Use” by “Alice Walker” Character: Mama Being narrator of the whole story, the character “Mama” assumes the most important role in the whole construct. In the story, she is referred to as “Mrs. Johnson”. Mrs. Johnson is a middle aged or perhaps, slightly older woman who comes from an African-American origin. Her daughter, Maggie and she live together. Mrs. Johnson is financially not very sound, yet she is physically much stronger and bulkier than most women of her age are. “In real life I am a large, big.boned woman with rough, man.working hands” (Walker). She is an independent woman who handles things her own way. Despite the fact that she is poor, she... 15 January, Character Analysis in “Everyday Use” ...
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Meaningful use
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...Use concept Healthcare reform is no doubt becoming a reality very soon considering that it is the biggest priority of not only the current government but also diverse players in the healthcare sector. The introduction of automated patient record is one of the major components and priority agenda of the foresighted healthcare reforms considering its varied benefits to healthcare delivery and players in the industry (Flanders, 2010). However, the benefits of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) cannot be realized without proper utilization thus the introduction of the “Meaningful Use” to standardize use of certified EHR. The concept of “Meaningful use” is one of the requisite requirements... ? Meaningful Use ...
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Substance use
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...Use (and Abuse) 29 July (word count = 505) Dietary Supplements – several legally available dietary supplements are marketed as nutritional supplements. Because they are technically classified as supplements only, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) does not regulate these products, without the benefit of using clinical trials regarding their safety and efficacy. The most common products are vitamins and energy drinks which are generally available over-the-counter (OTC) without the need for any doctor's prescription. These supplements can be effective only for the shorter term, such as the need for a quick weight-loss program, increased energy, longer stamina or endurance, a faster... ?Substance Use...
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Water Use
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...use of water in the world will be discussed so that new ideascan emerge in order to show improvement. "Water generally gets to our homes in one of two ways. Either it is delivered by a city/county water department (or maybe from a private company), or people supply their own water, normally from a well. Water delivered to homes is called "public supplied" and water that people supply themselves is called "self supplied." People who supply their own water almost always use ground. The vast majority of America's population gets their water delivered from a public-supply system. This makes sense, as America's population now... 1 Introduction In this paper, the physical planning arrangements for traditional...
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Substance use
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...use of this drug. This cause and effect relationship can no doubt create an amphetamine addiction. An individual with this addiction will engage in a criminal activity by either hiding their drug use or stealing it to fulfill their addiction. This is clearly detrimental to society as it leads to an economic burden of society paying additional taxes. Amphetamines... ? Substance abuse continues to be one of the major problems that continues to plague society in general. One of the main aspects of abuse that continues to be the focal point of this discussion is the abuse of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHS). ADHD is one of the most common disorders that affects between 8 to 12% of adults. It...
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Use data
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...use of specific models and tools such as graphs and charts. Statistical science, thus, evaluates and interprets confidence intervals and significance tests (Diggle and Chetwynd). The same data, in statistical science, can... DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND STATISTICAL SCIENCE Physical sciences encompasses the study of non-living matter and are based on the premise that nature is orderly enough to be understood, and as such requires an orderly method of study known as the scientific method (Shipman, Wilson and Todd). The scientific method of study involves five elements, beginning with observations measurements which provide quantitative data. From the data, a hypothesis, which is a possible expla...
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Tabacco use
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...use Introduction and definition Community have been defined differently depending on the context that has to suit it. Community generally is a social group of any size whose members have been found to be residing within a specific locality, share the same government system, and have the same cultural and historical heritage. It can as well mean the locality that is habited by a group of the same cultural and historical heritage. Health care expenditure has been having a gradual increase due to excessive use of tobacco among communities within the globe. Recent studies have shown that health care expenditure in USA Miami Florida had shot up to ?250 billion this has... ? Community assessment: Tobacco use...
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...Use Paper Information Use Paper Information system is a vital part of any business/organizational management. Notably,information is an indispensable tool that facilitates crucial decision-making processes within organizations’ managers. The information used in organizations takes the form of management information system. Information in organizations is usually well co-ordinated within the organization’s database providing management with the information they need for planning and making decisions (Rich, 2010). The modern technology has improved or rather restored the use of management information systems in management in response to the changing business circumstances and environments... ? Information...
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Everyday use
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...Use,” the tells about a story revolving around a mother and her two daughters. These share conflicting ideas and perspectives about their identity and ancestry, even though they are members of the same family. The mother is a happy woman, who loves her life and is proud of it despite the fact that she is not endowed with wealth. On the other hand, Dee is different from her mother. Unlike her mother and her younger sister, Dee is educated, and considers herself to be in control of her life, with the capability of doing and getting anything she wants. For instance, Mama says, “Dee wanted nice things. . . Often I fought off the temptation to shake her... The Value of Family Heritage to Mama In “Everyday...
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Corticosteroids use
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...Use Nursing work April The Role of the Registered Nurse in Corticosteroid Use Corticosteroids are native hormones generated by the adrenal cortex. The therapeutic effects of corticosteroids come from their ability to repress inflammation, the immune system, as well as nauseating effects (Rozencwajg, Nunes, Sakuma, Laselva, & Roza, 2008). Despite having therapeutic effects, protracted use of these drugs leads to unwanted consequences, which are specific to the various body systems. The topical administration of corticosteroids leads to fewer side effects than systemic administration through oral and parenteral routes. Some of the side effects on the central nervous system include mood... Corticosteroid...
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Computer Use
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...Use 1. Introduction of Company's Computers: The company has been using the computers since about eight years. Initially about eight years ago the branch office purchased its first computer. However the staff was not trained in computers so it remained in the box for about 15 days. Later when it was opened no body can handle... Contents Introduction of Company's Computers 2. Details of Computers 2 Hardware 2.2 Software 2.3 Laptop 3. Present Applications of Computers 4.Present Network System 5. Implementation of SAP 6. Training 7. Users 8. Security 8.1 Threat From the Unauthorized User 8.2 Threat From Internet 9. Backup 10. Data Protection 11. Suggestions 12. Conclusion Investigating Computer Use 1....
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Substance use
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...Use Describe the most typical pattern of opioid abuse in the early 1900s, in the middle to late 1900s, and in recent times.  According to the American Psychiatric Association (APA), during the early 1900s, opioid dependence was predominantly detected in white, middle-class individuals, especially women (276). Further, the details from the book indicate that medical personnel have tendencies to abuse the drug due to their easy access (APA 276). During the middle to late 1900s, the Encyclopedia of Medical Disorders revealed that “minorities and those from lower socioeconomic groups have been overrepresented among those with opioid dependence. It appears that availability of opioids... and...
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Fair Use
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...Use Introduction Owners of copyright have their own specific rights set aside to protect their work from reproduction and which not only upholds the originality of the work but ensures the copyright owners earn a profit from their work. There are however limitation set aside to these copyright and which is called Fair Use. This exception to the copyrights is termed as fair because it benefits the copyright owner as well as the user of the work being copyrighted. The fair use limitation in United States is provided under Section 107 of the copyrights law. The exceptions in the fair use specified in section 107 cover areas such as criticisms, research, news reporting, scholarship as well... as...
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Meaningful use
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...Use concept Healthcare reform is no doubt becoming a reality very soon considering that it is the biggest priority of not only the current government but also diverse players in the healthcare sector. The introduction of automated patient record is one of the major components and priority agenda of the foresighted healthcare reforms considering its varied benefits to healthcare delivery and players in the industry (Flanders, 2010). However, the benefits of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) cannot be realized without proper utilization thus the introduction of the “Meaningful Use” to standardize use of certified EHR. The concept of “Meaningful use” is one of the requisite requirements... Meaningful Use ...
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Tobacco Use
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...Use The use of tobacco has been identified as a growing concern for communities across different geographical nations of the world. In this similar context, an accelerated use of tobacco has also been witnessed in different communities within Miami Dade. Therefore, the proposed prevention plan ensures to reduce and prevent the use of tobacco by populaces from different demographic backgrounds. Moreover, the plan highlights adequate measures through involving various steps to reduce the use of tobacco in the Miami Dade region. Identification of the Problem Tobacco use has been depicted as one of the chief avoidable sources for causing illnesses and death in the prevailing society. Tobacco... ? Tobacco Use ...
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Conraceptive use
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...Use Contraceptive Use Oral contraceptives are extremely efficacious birth control agents that are utilized all around the world. Nevertheless, certain misperceptions regarding the harmlessness of these oral birth control agents along with the comparative lack of knowledge of the various essential non-contraceptive gains pose a restriction on their use and increase the chances of unwanted and undesired pregnancy. As oral contraceptives have been utilized by billions of healthy females, their safety for both long term as well as short term is a major matter that has been probed in vast majority of epidemiologic studies. Over a long period these studies have turned to be more thoroughgoing... Contraceptive...
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Everyday Use
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...Use Introduction An idea from an external environment that may get ‘seeded’ into an author’s mind could output in the form of creative works including books, novels and short stories. That ‘seeding’ of an idea could be initiated by some events or people or culture, etc, etc., which will be visible in the environment around the author. Thus, an author could come up with works based on what he/she sees, hears and feels in his/her environment. The author influenced by various happenings in his/her lifetime as well as before his/her lifetime would come with works, completely basing on those events or just using it part of the work, fictionalizing the other parts... . There have been many American...
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Substance use
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...Use Sleeping pills are used to treat insomnia. Physicians advise hypnotic drugs to patients who are suffering from depression and anxiety that keep them from sleeping properly. Use of such drugs seem to be efficient for the time being but in the long run, the patient gets addicted to them and will not be able to sleep without these pills even when he is good at health. Drugs anti-anxiety drugs like benzodiazepines, antidepressants and beta-blockers, but these drugs do not produce a long lasting effect. 2. One argument that supports prescriptive authority of psychologists is that many non-clinicians, nurses and pharmacists who have spent less years in clinical pharmacology, have... Use Sleeping pills...
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Meaningful Use
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...use, minimise cognitive load, preserve and safeguard data. EHR Selection1 The selection for the EHR system was not done at a corporate level only, clinicians were also included in the process. Videos from various vendors were viewed by the board at Wellness Healthcare and an elimination process followed based... Wellness Healthcare- EHR Wellness Healthcare- EHR A proficient Electronic Health Record system has functionality thatis relevant to the objectives that the organization wants to meet. From the patient information entered, the system should be able to compute the numerals. An electronic health record is an ordinal record of the print form of a patient’s medical details. The EHR houses the...
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CONDOM USE IN KENYA
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...Use in Kenya Effective Communication on the Risks of HIV/ AIDs as a Strategy Effective communication willinvolve the use of visual aids and message farming to increase condom use. Gained-framed messages will ensure that sexually active adults in Kisumu have greater adherence to the use of condoms while having sex. Visual aids should be added to the health information brochures to ensure that the messages become effective in changing the behavior of adults towards condom use in Kisumu. Visual aids are the best means of communication that ensures there is effective, transparent, memorable, and ethical means of achieving the goals of risk communication. The distribution of the visual aids... Condom Use in...
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Drug use laws
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...use laws Drug use laws have been changed dramatically during the last several years. Today, many states allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes, and two states, namely Colorado and Washington, have legalized the use of marijuana for recreational purposes. The change of the legal landscape of the use of this drug influences not only the society and culture as a whole but specific braches and spheres of human life, such as employment and labour market. More specifically, these days employers have faced the issue of conducting tests for drug use among employees and other questions associated with this issue, such as employees’ termination. Many of employers choose to continue testing... Drug use...
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Copyright and Student Use
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...Use This essay d Copyright and student use deals with the copyright act and its implication on students. The essay highlights the relevance of copyright act and how the act can be used for the student's advantage. Moreover some aspects of the term Fair use are also addressed. In the conclusion part the internet safety issues especially with respect to children and parents are also discussed. What is copyright' What types of work come under the Copyright law' Copy right protection is given for original works and it is not associated with a common idea, process, practice, methods and innovations. Copyright protection can be availed for original work of authorship. It comes into existence... Copyright and...
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Use Of Force Managemnt
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...Use of Force Management s of Group Members The Use of Force Management Introduction: Use of Force ManagementLaws encourage peace by providing the set of rules and regulations with which people and business are equitably governed. Laws are specifically detailed in a country’s legal system enabling the general population access to monitor government power and exercise human rights and freedom. Law enforcers are expected to abide by these set of rules for peacekeeping, promoting personal freedom and social growth, as well as protecting the environment. In the process of adhering to the responsibilities to safeguard human rights and maintain peace and order in society, there are incidents... ...
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Competitive use of technology
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...use of technology and its effects on businesses: 3 Affects on services: 4 Affects on Projects with reference to Teams: 5 Affects on supply chain businesses: 5 Affects on business mobility: 5 Affects on switching costs: 6 Resources: 6 Advantages of competitive use of technology: 6 Competitive use of technology can result in increasing market shares (revenues): 7 Competitive use of technology can help increasing productivity and reducing operation costs: 8 Competitive use of technology can help secure the privacy of employees and customers: 9 Competitive use of technology in Apple Company (case study): 9 The different strategies of competitive use of technology: 11... ?Contents Introduction: 2 Competitive...
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Drug Use in Sports
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...Use in Sports Number and Number Number of Words 197 Aside from identifying the commonly used athlete-performance drugs, this report identify and discuss the health and socio-economic consequences associated with the use of ergogenic drugs. In order to control the increasing number of young athletes who are involved in the practice of “doping”, this report tackled the importance of health teachings in our community and local schools. Introduction ‘Doping’ is a term pertaining to the use of illegal athlete performance drugs. Despite the long-term health consequences and an increased risk of untimely death associated...
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Land Use & Religion
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...Use and Religion Introduction: The Religious Land Use and alized Persons Act (RLUIPA), was passed and became law during the administration of President Clinton, and was meant to provide the right to assemble for worship, which lies at the heart of the free exercise of religion. (1). However since then the RLUIPA has become controversial with the unintended consequences that have resulted since its enactment. Background: The RLUIPA was enacted to prevent zoning codes and land marking laws from discriminating against religious assemblies, while considering permission for the assembly of people for religious assemblies, or the zoning board or land marking...
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Nursing - Use of Herbals
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...Use of Herbals Introduction For many years, herbals have been used to treat various conditions like, liver diseases, asthma, and rheumatoid arthritis among others (Cassileth, Yeung, and Gubili & 2008). There is also an increase in the use of these compounds among people living with HIV/AIDS. This has made the use of herbal medicines be among ancient medical practices gaining popularity alongside conventional medicines. This popularity is particularly attributed to clinical studies that have acknowledged the importance of herbal remedies in treating and preventing diseases. Studies have also shown improvements in the...
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Illegal use of VOIP
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...use of VOIP Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP enables a person to make telephone calls using broadband internet instead of the usual telephone line. The most important advantage of this technique over the regular telephone service is that the charge that has to be paid is much less in VoIP. Because of this fact more and more people are using this method especially to make long distance international calls. The number of VoIP service providers is increasing day by day. Nowadays there are many such providers which include consumer IP telephony services, which are provided by legacy telephone carriers, IP-PBX services provided by enterprises (Private Branch eXchange). There is also IP... Illegal use of...
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Moral Use of Force
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...Use of Force Brief reconstruction From Jus ad Bellum to Jus ad Vim: Recalibrating our Understanding of the Moral use of Force is a text that evaluates the very questions regarding the foreign formulations in the global continuum in which war remains the prevalent subject of ethical and moral concern (Brunstetter & Braun, 2013). In this text, the authors, Brunstetter, and Braun, evaluate the topic from a contextual approach, measuring the reflection of the article as Michael Walzer wrote in the preface of the edition on Just and Unjust Wars. The significance of evaluating the moral conceptualization of the topic relating to the confines of the international...
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Theraeutic use of self
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...Use of Self in Mental Health Nursing The fundamental core of nursing is to care so that health and well-being may be achieved by those whom nurses serve, in any circumstances or across domains. In the field of mental health care, the self is one of the most powerful and creative tools that nurses possess for the delivery of positive interventions and outcomes. In understanding the concept and the factors that contribute to its effectiveness, nurses can develop the knowledge, skills and abilities that enable them to practice the therapeutic use of self. Continual learning and personal development will enable them to further enhance that practice, so that all client... The Concept of the Therapeutic Use...
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Police use of force
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...Use of Force The purpose of this paper is to provide a critical discussion of police use of force specifically in relation to how much force should be allowed. As part of this discussion the concepts of excessive force and deadly force will also be covered in detail The issue of police use of force is tricky. In some societies it may be the case that a much higher level of police use of force may be tolerated over other societies. According to Policeuseofforce.org (2010) it is the case that several different types of physical intervention are available to intervening officers to varying degrees of legal mandates depending on the diverse types of encounters that are common amongst police... Police Use of ...
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UKs Land Use Planning
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...use planning in Great Britain. Its aim is to ensure the most efficient and effective use of land in the public interest, while attempting to resolve the rival requirements of development and conservation. Further, it has a significant function to discharge in respect of its involvement in the Government's strategy for advancing sustainable development. Before the commencement of most forms of development in the UK planning permission is essential. In Great Britain land use planning is the express domain of local authorities. This responsibility is vested with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister in England... The Town and Country Planning legislation makes available, the rules and regulations of land...
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Cell Phone Use
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...Use Cell Phone Use Introduction Growth in sales of cell phones has been witnessed since the inception of cell phones in US which took place during the 1980s. According to CTIA the number of mobile phone users has crossed the huge figure of 331 million US citizens (CTIA, 2012). During the early periods, cell phones were considered as a luxury and only the business class was able to tolerate its expenses. Today, almost every individual coming from different classes use cellular phones during their everyday life. These devices are utilized by individuals in various aspects of their everyday life; these devices are even commonly used while people are moving from one place to another. A huge... ?Cell Phone...
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Use of Deadly Force
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...USE OF DEADLY FORCE Use of Deadly Force The use of various types of force has always been anessential part of police. The difference between the use of justified, a legal force and illegal force has always raises several situations in legal, moral and social context. The police are given extensive legal powers to serve and protect the public and enforcing the law. (Chappell, 2013, p.153) The main part of the research is to show how policing will involve the deviation in the use of deadly force and the exercise of judgment in various part of the world over the centuries. Work of police throughout the world features as power, risk and the mandate to use deadly force that cannot... be negotiated...
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Use of English Language
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...Use of English Language Reasons for use of Language within a Particular Discourse Community A discourse community refers to community which has its members using a given form of language or discourse. There are various types of discourse communities; in fact their attributes offers an illustration of their versatility. Therefore, this community can be described as a group of people sharing common interests such a group of highly knowledgeable technicians or scientists, lawyers. These groups of people use a common language, thereby leading to the term discourse community (Wolfgang, 22). On the other hand,...
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Acceptable Use Policy
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...Use Policy (AUP) which has been developed to promote the attainment of company objectives at InfoSec focuses upon establishing a set of rules to compliment the organization’s cultural values while maintaining the essence of integrity, honesty and conviction which is upheld at the firm (SANS Institute, 2006). This paper focuses upon highlighting the systematic methodology through which the execution of the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) at InfoSec advances the maintenance of confidentiality, integrity and availability. Moreover, the discussion which has been conducted in this paper also focuses upon critiquing the framework to generate appropriate recommendations to enhance the outcomes... The Acceptable...
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Creating A Use Case
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...USE CASE Creating a Use Case Affiliation RMO CSMS “RMO (ridgeline mountain outfitters) describes how to spread, manage and organize information within the organization. The basic objective here is to take care of customer’s expectation, technical information, and describe how to improve the RMO and other business information (McKenzie, 2014). Use case Diagram “A Use Case Diagram is used to define the functionality of a system in a horizontal way” (Heywood, 2014). The basic objective of a use case diagram is to present the situations in which people, organizations and external entities interact with an application or system. However, it does not provide the all the elements of the use cases... CREATING A...
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Drug Use at Workplace
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...use of methamphetamine in prescription medications and its other forms were not really explored. It appears that the methamphetamine really embodied by the 1996 legislation is crystal meth. 2) Describe the issues related to the problem addressed by the article. Drug prevalence data regarding rates of use for methamphetamine among various age groups are mixed and do not clearly indicate a predominant age group for methamphetamine use. Additionally, the "meth... Define the problem outlined in the article. The problem outlined in the article is that the DEA regulations enacted in 1996 by President Clinton were not really comprehensive. The reason why they were not comprehensive is because the use of...
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Language Use and Culture
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...use and culture Today, English has become an international language due to the fact that there are over53 countries that use English as the official language. Therefore, it is important to have a good command in English for the development of one’s career or self-development. Generally, formal English is achieved by learning in class under a teacher’s guidance. Students learning English can alternatively improve their English by listening to people speaking English, reading books and articles or by watching English films(Pinker, 2003). Formal English is used in situations that are serious or those situations that involve people who one is not very familiar with. Informal language... Task: Language...
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Police Use of Force
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...Use of Force The issue of police use of force has become of paramount concern in the society in the contemporary world. The police force is a unit of government whose key objective is to maintain order and enforce law in a nation (Bittner 125). The profession can be described as stressful and risky since it involves violent encounters. Police may be forced to use aggression so as to control a violent situation (Bittner 125). Police often find themselves in a precarious position when determining the amount of force to use when dealing with suspects (Sacks 292). They must act in discretion when using coercion or physical force. There are strict guidelines that they should follow when... Module Police Use...
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Assignment 2: Use Cases
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...Use Cases Paper Curse USE CASE BANK ATM CASH WITHDRAWAL AREA: ATM VENDOR MACHINE ACTOR:BANK CUSTOMER DESCRIPTION: A bank customer wishing to withdraw money visits the ATM (Automated Teller Machine). The bank provides the customer with an ATM card with a serial number and password which uniquely identifies the customer’s account. To access any service, the customer is prompted to insert the ATM card into the machine. TRIGGER EVENT: The bank customer inserts the ATM card into the machine. BASIC COURSE OF EVENTS: The machine accepts the card and reads its serial number. Henceforth the customer is prompted to enter the password. The ATM checks for serial...
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Post-War Drug Use
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...use. How can we account for the changes in levels of drug use Introduction: A common definition of the word 'drug' is any substance that in small amounts would produce significant changes in the mind, body, or both. What is not highlighted here is that most which are termed as drugs are psychoactive substances in that they affect mood, perception, and thought. Drug use is universal. Every human culture in every age has ended up using one or more psychoactive drugs. Drug taking is so common that it seems to be a basic human activity. Drug taking is so common that it seems to be a basic human activity, and society must come to terms... experience. Many drug users talk about getting high. Highs...
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Creative use of English
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...uses creativity to engender ambiguity as one of the primary forces that drive the language play of the novel. Rebecca lacks the straightforward Modernists touch and narrative experimentation, drawing broadly on gothic and Victorian sensibilities. What is essentially interesting about the language play is that though it indeed draws from sources like Jane Eyre or Vilette, it does not categorize this dream sequence and the experience of it to a logical semantic domain where diachronic linguistics may not help the reader to understand the language play. The use of language in Rebecca can be best... Rebecca (1938) by Daphne Du Maurier is consciously set in a world of polite psychological suspense that uses...
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Juvenile Drug Use
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...use “Nationwide, 47.2% had used marijuana during their lifetime; One fourth (26.7 had used marijuana more than once. 14.6% of students had sniffed glue, breathed the contents of aerosol spray cans, or inhaled any paints or spray to get high during their lifetime"; and "30.2% of students had been offered, sold, or given any illegal drug on school property" Centers for Disease Control, 2012 Introduction: Substance abuse among the youth is one of the most critical health issues encountered during recent times. The issue is highly critical as well as challenging due to the fact that drug abuse and delinquency are highly inter-related. There is substantial research which state that juvenile... ?Juvenile drug...
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The Use of Money
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...Use of Money This paper attempts to explain the importance of money in human transactions and shed light on the benefits and limitations of money. Money is an indispensable tool for trade and human interactions. Money or the multi-colored threads woven into the fabric of our social, political and economic life is a powerful tool in a person’s hand. A nation gains independence and prominence not only in its ability to promote progress but also on its ability to be economically secure. Financial security ascertains stability and prosperity. But, is it the only indicator of progress? Economics justified the utility of money on the basis of meeting people’s unlimited wants...
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Amphetamine Use and Abuse
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...USE AND ABUSE OF AMPHETAMINE (The of (Teachers CHANGES IN AMPHETAMINE USE SINCE 1950 TO PRESENT The periphery of the chronological history of Amphetamine dates back to 1937.It was then available strictly on clinical grounds only. Ever since then, its uses have grown tremendously. Studies on the military significance for this drug were launched in the late 1940s with these studies spanning up to early 1950. Despite its availability, the drug was not sanctioned by the Air Force until 1960. Strategic Air Command only sanctioned controlled ingestion of this powerful stimulant. Tactical Air Command also sanctioned such use in...
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