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The Dating Patterns Men Need to Avoid - ... Things will get enormously complicated when you start manipulating situations in order to persuade her to go out with you. This can be sweet and romantic at first, but it can escalate quickly into a very creepy and compromising situation if you do not stop controlling circumstances to give her a reason to go out on a marathon date with you. How to Break Out of This Pattern: Most women would find it romantic when a man is totally into them. It makes them feel good when a man only has set their eyes on them....   [tags: marathon date, unhealthy dating patterns] 594 words
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Patterns by Amy Lowell - "Patterns" by Amy Lowell When one hears the words, "I sink on a seat in the shade," they will most likely form a visual image in their head, such as a person sitting under a tree. Amy Lowell, an imagist, uses sharp images, precise wording, and figurative speech as a means of poetic expression to arouse the senses of the reader. In "Patterns," Amy Lowell explores the hopeful liberty of women in the early 20th century through a central theme. A woman’s dream of escaping the boundaries that society has placed on her dissipates when she learns of her lover’s untimely death....   [tags: Patterns Amy Lowell Essays] 1051 words
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Human Population and Patterns of Consumption - ... Clean water, another massive factor in the sustainability of life, will be rare in China, the most populated country in the world. Energy is also being used so extensively that we will need to at least triple it's production by the end of the century. To reach the demand we need to build, roughly, 36 billion solar panels, 23,000 nuclear power plants, and 14 million wind turbines, or we could, of course, continue to pollute the world with another 36,000 power stations of coal and natural gas, which is more likely....   [tags: natural disasters, pollution, famine] 615 words
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Patterns in Columns by Carl Zimmer - The difference between a great piece of writing and an average one can be voice. Voice in writing is just like how identification can be made by accents and pitches while speaking. The columnist Carl Zimmer consistently uses patterns of argument structure, closes, and shifts in point of view in order to have a personal voice in his writing. Zimmer has a distinct way of presenting the counterclaim for arguments he makes. He first gives a brief introduction of the counterclaim and then gives a quote as evidence, abruptly leaving the reader after the quote....   [tags: voice, structure, clses, shifts, view, writing] 690 words
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Voting Patterns Throughout The World - A common experience in most developing countries is the struggle and blood shed the countries have been through to install a multi party system as a way of democracy. One-party-dominance that previously was the electoral practice in most developing countries led to traumatic events authoritarianism. In India, the one-party dominance system has remained vibrant since they have found ways to incorporate liberal democracy. (Speiss, 2009, p5) Voting pattern and behavior in Kenya is along the ethnic and economic divide; the voters believe that the ethnic group that clinches the electoral post is the ethnic group that would be in power and control....   [tags: Political Science]
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The Patterns of Birth Order - The patterns of birth order have been seen for centuries, although it was not studied exclusively until around the 1980s. There are many factors that play into a persons personality, such as their genetics, the way they are raised, and their environment. Birth order looks at a persons place in their family—if they are the oldest, middle, or youngest child—and provides commonalities between them and others in the same location in other families. While there are many variations, the general traits do apply....   [tags: older sibling, male, female]
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Analysis of Lowell's Poem, Patterns - “Patterns,” Amy Lowell explores the hopeful of women in the early 20th century through a central theme. A woman’s dream of escaping the boundaries that society has placed on her dissipates when she learns of her lover’s untimely death. She also expresses her emotions and what she truly feels. She mustn’t show any form of feeling, so she feels as if there is “not softness anywhere” about her. Confined by “whalebone and brocade,” the speaker continues to live up to the expectations society enforces upon her....   [tags: poetry, poem analysis] 1194 words
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Global Warming and Weathr Patterns - Global warming is a terrible issue that is influencing the world and its’ weather patterns more and these days. Since 2012 it has caused or influenced weather events such as Super storm Sandy, the U.S. heat wave in July and the insane amounts of rain that fell in Australia and New Zealand (Bradberry and Tompkins). The only real effects that I have felt personally would have been the crazy heat wave in the summer of 2012 which made it nearly impossible to enjoy or doing anything important outside....   [tags: environmental issues] 584 words
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Design Patterns - Design Patterns What is a Design Pattern. A design pattern solves a problem within a given context. The solution that is offered by implementing a pattern results in a system design structure, which balances the concerns of the design problem in a manner most appropriate for the given context. In “Understanding and Using Patterns in Software Development”, Dirk Riehle and Heinz Zullighaven offer a rather nice definition of what a design pattern is: “A pattern is the abstraction from a concrete form which keeps recurring in specific non-arbitrary contexts.” The ability to write good patterns is very difficult....   [tags: Definition Design Pattern] 1551 words
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11 Functional Health Patterns - Patterns of values, beliefs, and health perception The George family considered themselves as a religious christian family, who uses practices such as prayer and meditation to cope with problems. When faced with problems, The Georges use religious principles as a escape route to their problems. Their This family health assessment paper includes a assessment of the George family and their responses to the 11 functional health patterns. The 11 functional health patterns include: values, health, perception, nutrition, sleep/rest, elimination, activity/exercise, cognitive/perception, self-perception, role relationship, sexuality, and coping....   [tags: Family Health Assessment ] 1029 words
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Policy-makers and Demographic Patterns - The term demography originates from Greek literally translating as ‘people writing’, and, hence refers to the statistical study of human population and its vital statistics: birth, death and migration rates. However, changes in the demographic trends not only involve the study of changes in population size, but also its structure and distribution - as, for example, its age, gender and ethnical distribution. It, therefore, can be equally applied to macro and micro level analysis, where the former is applied to the aggregates of people, groups or societies and the latter – to small groups or families within a community or local area....   [tags: economic policy essays]
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Flight Patterns - Sherman Alexie’s Flight Patterns tries to tackle a challenging subject. It probes the underbelly of modern life, sifting through the cloudy American mind that’s full of seemingly useless information, in search of what’s truly important in life. This happens through the stories two main scenes. The first depicts William’s relationship with his daughter and wife, and conflicts in life. The second engages William in a taxi-cab conversation that shuffles his priorities and forces him to confront his problem....   [tags: Sherman Alexie, Father Relationships] 1055 words
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Unique Fingerprint Patterns - Fingerprints are ridges on the inside and tips of a person’s finger that form patterns that only that person will have. Even though your finger print pattern can be somewhat similar to someone else’s, everyone has their own unique and special pattern. That pattern can identify who you are. These patterns do not change over the course of your life starting from when you are born. Only thing that changes is that the ridges will get larger as you grow. In 1686 Marcello Malphigi was the first to come up with the different patterns in a person’s finger but he didn’t go into that much detail....   [tags: identification, analysis, crime] 832 words
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Knowing in Nursing: The Four Fundamental Patterns - Nursing knowledge is categorized into four different fundamental patterns of knowing. These patterns are empirics, esthetics, personal knowledge in nursing, and moral knowledge in nursing. The patters of knowing are important when it comes to both the teaching and practice of nursing and are crucial within the discipline of nursing as a whole. This paper will summarize the science of nursing, the art of nursing, personal knowledge in nursing, and moral knowledge in nursing and will also apply moral knowledge to nursing practice today....   [tags: empirics, esthetics, personal, moral] 725 words
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Changes in Sleep Patterns During Adolescence - According to Lazaratou, Dikeos, Anagnostopoulos, Sbokou and Soldatos (2005, p.237) “many biological as well as psychological and social changes occur during adolescence, making this period one of the most critical and unstable during life (M, P, DFD & W 1976; Ph 1981)”. One of the changes is sleep-wake patterns, from which this statement is supported by Yang, Kim, Patel and Lee (2005) “Sleep/wake patterns change throughout life. In particular, childhood sleep patterns change dramatically from preadolescence to adolescence” (p.250)....   [tags: circadian, wakefulness, deprivation] 939 words
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Unhealthy Eating Patterns in Canadian Youth - Canadian teenagers make daily nutrition choices that play a critical role in their overall health and wellness. Even though the importance of healthy eating is well-recognized by healthcare professionals and educators, many young people have difficulty tailoring balanced and sustainable diets. In fact, Canadian youth tend to be more impulsive than their adult counterparts and find eating in moderation uninteresting. Furthermore, they are gaining the independence to choose the types and frequencies of their meals, making them susceptible to adapting poor dietary habits....   [tags: substandard dietary habits] 631 words
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The Origins and Patterns of Development for the New World - ... Trade became the primary model for colonial success, in Virginia and in the other colonies: because England was a mercantilist country, the colonies were founded with the purpose of providing raw materials for manufacture in England in order for England to have a positive balance of trade. As a further consequence, the success of tobacco led to the profitable importation and use of slaves for the taxing labor required for tobacco, which in turn later affected the entire development of the South and of the United States as a whole....   [tags: competition, trade, commodities] 1100 words
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The Canela People Subsistence Patterns and Economics - The Canela People are native to Brazil, populating the zone in-between the Amazon basin and the Northeast (“Brazil’s Canela Indian Festivals” 1). Their diet has evolved greatly over time as they came into contact with the outside world. Historically, they were more of a food foraging people than horticulturalists, meaning they mostly scavenged wild plants, roots, nuts and eggs, fished, and practiced limited hunting of tapir, deer, emu, boar, paca, cutia, and fox. Up until the 19th century, the Canela relied only 20% on horticulture (“Canela” 1)....   [tags: the canela, brazilian farming, horticulture]
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Research on Patterns of Online Consumer Behavior - In an analysis of the consumer behavior online, with focus group as young adults aged between eighteen and thirty-four interested in buying a mobile phone or a related product ,Petrovic Dejan explained that the most relevant behavioral characteristics of online consumers and examine several ways they find, evaluate and compare product’s information. Comparison of the freshly collected surveyed data with the present existing consumer behavior theory resulted in number of issues related to a specific consumer group....   [tags: shopping, electronics, retailers] 1358 words
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My Eating Patterns Have to Change - “Over time, habits become automatic, learned behaviors, and these are stronger than habits you are trying to incorporate into your life.” (Foreyt) My eating patterns have changed throughout time but in all I do believe that my eating is a habit. I have been accustomed to certain foods, what my mom thought me to make, and what I have learned to make are foods that I stick by rather than changing it up. What I eat has changed from when I was younger to now. Even though my eating habits have not been all that good throughout my life I know that I have maintained a good eating habit all throughout....   [tags: persistance for a healthy lifestyle]
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Patterns from the Food-Shed Map - ... Many of the crops I saw growing where avocados and grapes. Most of my produce was from outside of the country while processed foods were created in the United States. My avocados were from Mexico, which did not surprise me because I expected them to come either California or Mexico. One thing I noticed is that a lot my food came from (or near) big metropolitan cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Houston and San Francisco. There were significantly more clusters in certain areas of the map than others....   [tags: zip codes, produce, organic] 694 words
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Inheritance Patterns of the Fruit Fly - Inheritance Patterns of the Fruit Fly The fruit fly, or the Drosophila melanogaster, was used in this experiment to study patterns of inheritance. It only takes a fruit fly 14 days to develop from an egg to an adult and then 12 hours before they become reproductive, so these factors made the fruit fly a good species to study, because we had enough time to do crosses. We were investigating the patterns of inheritance in the eye color and the wings. The wild type flies had red eyes and full wings, while the mutant phenotype had brown eyes and no wings....   [tags: Papers] 536 words
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Patterns of Images and Imagery in Macbeth - Patterns of Imagery in Macbeth Shakespeare's Macbeth is full of different types of imagery. Many of these images are themes that run throughout the entire play at different times. Five of these images are nature, paradoxes, manhood, masks and light vs. darkness. Nature: "Thunder and lightning." This is the description of the scene before Act I, Scene i, Line 1. The thunder and lightning represent disturbances in nature. Most people do not think of a great day being filled with thunder and lightning....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 1293 words
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Physical Characteristics and Patterns of Variation - Physical Characteristics and Patterns of Variation Introduction Many generalizations are made about things and people, their physical characteristics, specific traits that sets one apart from the other. Some are far more common than others, while many are very rare to an individual or only a handful of people or things. Through the analysis and study of these traits we can further develop an understanding and a clear perception of what they are, where they come from and why they are the way they are....   [tags: Papers] 1164 words
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Dominate Cultural Patterns of Switzerland - Interpersonal Relations/Communications Dominant Cultural Patterns in the United States as Compared and Contrasted to Dominant Cultural Patterns in Switzerland Switzerland is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe. The Alps cover more than half of the country. It is a small country of 15,942 square miles. The country can be geographically divided into 3 areas: the Alps, the Mittleland (plateau), and the Jura mountains. The population of Switzerland is about 7.3 million, with the majority of the population living in the Mittleland area....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Evidence of Mendelian Inheritance Patterns Seen in Drosophila melanogaster - Drosophila melanogaster is a fruit fly that is valuable to biological research, particularly in genetics and developmental biology. (Manning, 1997) For the purposes of this experiment D. melanogaster was used to examine Mendelian inheritance patterns commonly seen in the study of genetics. The final offspring results would show whether the traits of the fruit flies are a product of independent assortment, which is a Mendelian pattern of inheritance, or if non-Mendelian patterns had taken effect....   [tags: Animal Research ]
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Settlement Patterns in the Midwest - Patterns of human settlement follow certain rules. To exist humans need food, water, and a source of income. These must be found in their environments. The Midwest has attracted people for a long time. Where these people settled have been greatly determined by the physical geography of the region and the ability for the people to obtain food, water and wealth. The Midwest has seen four major, and different, phases of settlement throughout history. First the native peoples, second the French traders, third the early American settlers, and finally the growth of industry....   [tags: American History] 831 words
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Intonation Patterns in the English Spoken by English Mentors - The scope of the study The Informants have been selected from APIIITs. This study has been restricted to the analysis of 30 informants, out of which 19 are male and 11 are female. All the conclusions of the study are strictly based on, and limited to the data recorded and collected from the selected thirty informants. The intonation patterns of the specimens are done purely based on the auditory impressions of the recorded data. Procedure In describing intonation patterns of the Informants, Received Pronunciation has been taken as the standard for purposes of comparison because of the following reasons....   [tags: english, language tone, speech]
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Patterns of Crime Throughout History - Patterns of Crime Throughout History Crime is a pattern of events that occurs time after time, and has been set in history and followed for years. People commit crimes for many different reasons, however crimes are committed by choice and not for necessity. Crime is behavior that violates society legal codes. Crimes are broken down into two types, one is violent crime and the other is property crime. Violent crime is an unlawful event such as homicide, rape, and assault that may result in injury to a person....   [tags: Papers] 674 words
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Secondary Math: Video- Variables and Patterns of Change - Secondary Math: Video- Variables and Patterns of Change Variables and Patterns of Change video (Annenberg Media, 2004) follows two teachers, Ms. Green and Ms. Novak, as they begin their school year teaching high school math. Throughout my paper, I plan to show the elements of a non-threatening learning environment as well as the importance of having a non-threatening learning environment. Additionally, I will discuss the similarities and differences between the teacher’s methods in the video. I will explain how the methods are effective and how I would expand on their class lessons....   [tags: Educationi] 884 words
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The Impacts of Changing Immigration Patterns of the Post-War Period - Immigration has gone through many different stages of change just as the nation of Canada had many stages of change. Transformations of immigration during the post-war period greatly impacted the society and immigration patterns of today. These changes included the post-war immigration boom, a less segregating Immigration Act and the rise of multicultural and refugee immigration. Post-war immigration patterns have differed from previous waves of immigration due to their size and source of immigration resulting in a grand change in the ‘face’ of Canada....   [tags: immigration Acts in Canada]
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The Role of Eye-gaze Patterns in Turn-taking - In the past, there have been several studies about eye-gaze patterns in turn-taking. One of these studies is that of Vertegaal et al (2001), which was to verify if eye gaze could predict to whom conversational partners are speaking or listening to in a multi-user environment. By multi-user environments the experimenters mean a conversation with three or more actors involved. In their introduction Vertegaal et al (2001) present several different predictions about the research. In their first hypothesis they argue that “significantly more time is spent gazing at the individual one listens or speaks to, than at others” (p.302)....   [tags: multi-user environment, gaze ]
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The History and Patterns of Interracial Marriage and Families in the United States - Coming from an interracial family, as well as an interracial romantic relationship, I was drawn toward researching the history and patterns of interracial marriage and families in the United States. Having the social experiences involved with dating exogamously or having interethnic siblings and cousins can drastically affect the way one interacts with and sees the world. As early as 1691, colonial-era United States established anti-miscegenation laws banning blacks and whites from interracial marriage and sex, stemming from the oppression and supposed racial inferiority of African-Americans....   [tags: Race]
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The Electoral Reforms in Patterns of Democracy by Arend Lijphart - In his book ‘Patterns of Democracy’, Arend Lijphart mentions how electoral systems of majoritarian and consensus model of democracies differ. The electoral systems in majoritarian democracies quintessentially tend to be single-member district plurality system, while consensus democracies usually tend to use the method of proportional representation. Most electoral systems fit into the two categories of PR and plurality-majority. However, there do exist some electoral systems that fall in between....   [tags: electoral, systems, voters, district] 870 words
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Like Birds, People Follow Their Own Migration Patterns - All birds follow different migration patterns. Some fly north and south, some fly east and west, and very few fly overseas. Depending on the destination and the weather conditions, some birds fly up to 600 miles a day. Most people complain they have to drive the fifteen miles to work. Birds make the world around us seem small. However, once we leave home, we are forced to open our eyes to the new world in front of us. A world we may have chosen to move to or may not have. In the end, some people chose to move to pursue a better life and some leave home and migrate because of the ones they love, but no matter the circumstance, we all remember the place we once called home....   [tags: immigration, crossing borders]
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Language Choice Patterns of Young Cross-Cultural Couples - SUMMARY Development of transport and communications contributed to intensification of the contacts of all kind among the members of different cultures. Raising numbers of cross-cultural relationships is one of the consequences of this internationalization of life. The communication of cross-cultural couples is important for both scientific and societal reasons. The research on this kind of unions could contribute to the knowledge about the international communication in general as well as it could serve as a basis for a system of counselling for the growing number of this kind of couples....   [tags: Language]
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Korea: History, Geography Culture and Food Patterns - Korea: History, Geography Culture, and Food Patterns   Korea is a highly discussed nation because of its delicious food, viral pop music, political unrest within northern half of the nation, and its rapid development in the past 60 years. Overall, the Republic of Korea is a very developed nation that still holds onto its traditional roots and practices. Korean food is extremely varied and is known for its signature red pepper spice. Korea is a very complex nation that has been shaped by its complex history and influence from all of the military invasions that have captured and recaptured the country....   [tags: far Eastern countries]
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How Do Weather Patterns Affect Seasonal Sports? - ... To help prevent EHI players in the affected areas are only allowed 2 hours of full contact training per week, also players have to have a 3 day camp to acclimatize themselves to the heat of the summer, the same rapid response team is called to a heat stroke as a heart attack as a result of the increase of casualty rates caused by EHI. What areas are affected the most. Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas are the four overall best states for college football but they are also the most affected by climate change these are states that are projected to experience 150-180 days a y...   [tags: global warming, health concerns]
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Patterns In Medicinal Advertising - One of the most innovative trends in print advertising is medicine advertisement. The content of these particular advertisements (ads) are intriguing to me. I intend to analyze five medicinal ads to find the tools used by advertisers and to explore the positive and negative aspects of advertising medicine through print ads for the public. The people who develop ads to market prescription medicine products must have an inkling of what the reader wants to see. For instance, the ads in a parenting magazine most often target mothers....   [tags: essays research papers] 1170 words
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Patterns by Amy Lowell - Patterns by Amy Lowell On the outside, the speaker in Amy Lowell's "Patterns" acts the way Victorian society expects of her. However, on the inside, she expresses her emotions and what she truly feels. The speaker is confined to each "button, hook, and lace" of society's values. When confronted with an emotional situation, she bottles her feelings and only confesses them to herself. The "patterns" serve as guidelines for the speaker's life. The speaker is constantly bombarded by what Victorian society expects of her....   [tags: Papers] 429 words
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Patterns of Child Development - Patterns of Child Development The various aspects of child development encompass physical growth, emotional and psychological changes, and social adjustments. A great many determinants influence patterns of development and change. On the average, a newborn baby weighs 3.4 kg (7.5 lb) and is 53 cm (21 in) long, with the head disproportionately larger than the lower part of the body. As the child grows, increments in height are greatest from birth to three years; thereafter they are relatively constant until adolescence....   [tags: Papers] 882 words
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Consumption Patterns and Economics - Consumption Patterns and Economics Introduction In order to get a better understanding of trends in consumption patterns, one must first understand the basic principles of economics. For the purpose of this assignment I have chosen an article from The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that comments on the recent increase in body weight and food consumption patterns of today’s children. This paper will define such terms as economics, microeconomics, the law of supply, the law of demand, and identify the factors that lead to a change in supply and a change in demand....   [tags: Consumer Demand Economics] 1345 words
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Trends In Consumption Patterns - Trends in Consumption Patterns The business world is very susceptible to the subtleties of consumer choices. The ability to anticipate the trends in consumer consumption patterns is vital to any company desiring to be a leader or major factor in their industry. Millions of dollars are spent each year in research and analysis to determine or to create trends in, not only who the company’s customers may be, now and in the near future, but also, what will those customers want to buy, and why....   [tags: Business Analysis] 1019 words
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Varying Patterns of Speciation - Varying Patterns of Speciation Wallace’s line, located in the Malay-Archipelago, is one of the best known and most studied boundaries of zoogeography in the world. It is a transition zone between the islands of Borneo and Sulawesi and the islands of Bali and Lombork, which marks both the convergence and division of the diverse flora and fauna found in the Asian (Borneo, The Philippines, and Western Indonesia), and the Australian regions (Sulawesi, Eastern Indonesia, Australia, and New Guinea) (Schulte 2003)....   [tags: Wallace's Line Plate Tectonics Essays]
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Grief Patterns in Children - Grief Patterns in Children A simple child That lightly draws its breath And feels its life in every limb What should it know of death. This question has been posed by many philosophers, religious leaders and psychologists for centuries, yet has been a potent taboo in society even today. As the field of psychology is gaining ground and knowledge in how behaviors affect the way in which we interact with others, we are discovering new ways to approach and view the mental processes of a human and apply them to how a person grieves that loss....   [tags: science] 4434 words
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Family Patterns in Britain - Family Patterns in Britain Nowadays, there is no such thing as a typical British family. We have all heard of the nuclear or cereal packet family, which usually consists of an adult man, an adult woman and dependant children- usually a girl and boy, at the breakfast table, where the male is the 'breadwinner'. This is the typical British family. There are many different types of families today. Theses are some of the commonly known ones: v Nuclear family, as said before, consists of a man, a woman and their children, living together in the same household....   [tags: Papers, Family Values, Sociology] 720 words
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Cultural Diversity in New York - ... On nearly every block in New York a pedestrian will walk past at least one Cultural establishment, whether is be a restaurant, clothing store, or foundation for the betterment of a certain culture. Although many of these organizations are found throughout the country they are most prevalent and recognized in New York. On any given street you are likely to find a Chinese restaurant or maybe even a halal cart, as a New Yorker, these things are expected, and even taken for granted. New York's culture in one of its own because it is based on that of nearly every heritage and culture world wide....   [tags: immigration patterns]
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Changing Work Patterns - Changing Work Patterns If the workplace of today could be characterized by a single theme, it would most likely focus on the continual presence of change. Dramatic changes in technology, the marketplace and the workforce have compelled organizations to re-evaluate not only the competitiveness of their products, but also the core ways in which work is performed. It is out of this pursuit for continued survival that organizations have been faced with the notion of varying work-schedules beyond the traditional hours of nine to five....   [tags: Papers] 1330 words
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Regional Variations and Patterns of Population Growth - Regional Variations and Patterns of Population Growth The demographic transition model provides one with insight into the transformation or transition which occurs in several steps as the industrialization of a country progresses. By using the demographic transition as a model one can describe regional variations and patterns of population growth on a global level. The demographic transition model includes four stages: the pre industrialized society, the agricultural revolution, the industrial revolution, and the post industrial societies/developed....   [tags: Papers] 900 words
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Investigating Shape Patterns - Investigating Shape Patterns [IMAGE] My job is to investigate how many squares would be needed to make any cross shape like this build up in the same way. Below are diagrams of the cross shape pattern to the 8th sequence: [IMAGE] Here is my table of results, with the number of black, red and total squares Black Squares 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 Red Squares 1 5 13 25 41 61 85 113 Total Squares 5 13 25 41 61 85 113 145 Now so I can find an equation which will tell me how many squares there will be in each sequence, I will find the differences for the black squ...   [tags: Papers] 743 words
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Changing Career Patterns - Changing Career Patterns This project has been funded at least in part with Federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education under Contract No. ED-99-CO-0013. The content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Education nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. Digests may be freely reproduced and are available at http://ericacve.org/fulltext.as Choi Joon Seo, a 31-year-old Korean who worked as regional marketing manager for Nike in Hong Kong, resigned his job so he could pursue his dream of building his own sports marketing company....   [tags: Jobs Work Essays]
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Investigating Patterns in Grids of Different Sizes - Investigating Patterns in Grids of Different Sizes Introduction: For my coursework I will be investigating patterns in grids of different sizes. Within the grid each square has a number. E.g. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 For each boot (highlighted above) I will develop a formula to work out the total value of the numbers added up. The boot will consist of three numbers up and two across....   [tags: Papers] 1348 words
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People's Social Characteristics and Voting Patterns - People's Social Characteristics and Voting Patterns Over the years Sociologists have argued that people with similar social characteristics tend to vote for the same parties. This usually goes for Social Class. From 1945 to 1970 many of the voters in Britain saw themselves as either Labour or Conservative and therefore they voted accordingly....   [tags: Papers] 735 words
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Dating Patterns Among College Students - Dating Patterns Among College Students Dating today differs greatly compared to dating say sixty or even eighty years ago. Dating trends today, such as cohabitation, would be considered insanity or chaos if these patterns were displayed in the 1920’s. Today the majority of persons who date are seeking the outcome of a marriage (although research does not agree with this). Eighty years ago, people dated for fun, pleasure, and recreation (Schwartz 116), and only “popular” people dated (Waller 1937), dating was a rarity, and limited to people in their late teen years or early adulthood....   [tags: Papers] 1305 words
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The Patterns in Hero's Journeys in Literature and Film - Joseph Campbell, a very well regarded mythologist and writer, believed that all adventure stories generally fallow the same story arch. The story starts off with the hero in his everyday life when out of nowhere, something calls the hero to his epic journey. He goes through a series of trials which he must overcome to reach the final battle. He wins and returns to his normal life as a changed man. This cycle is called “The Hero’s Journey”. Campbell talks about this idea in a few of his books including The Power of Myth and The Hero with a Thousand Faces....   [tags: The Hunger Games]
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Bomb Threats and Bomb Hoaxes in the Philippines: Spatial and Temporal Patterns - Results In this section, the results of the analyses conducted will be presented. The section is divided into three: (a) characteristics of bomb threats and bomb hoaxes; (b) temporal patterns; (c) spatial patterns; and (d) space-time patterns. Characteristics of bomb threats One hundred two bomb threats covering the period January 2010 to April 2014 were recorded; majority were low level threats (96%), followed by medium level threats (4%) and no high level threat. The response to these threats were mostly evacuation (69%); only 10% of the cases did not evacuated the buildings occupants while conducting search, and the response to 22% of the cases could not be ascertained from the curren...   [tags: national security issues]
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Nazi Psychology: Behavioral Patterns Relating to Obedience, a study by Stanley Milgram - Have you ever pictured yourself as a Nazi. Many would immediately deny the claim that they could resemble the traits of one of Hitler’s officers; however, many similarities have been found throughout experimental research. While the 21st century is strides ahead in the area of equality and civil rights, the morality of these times continues to be under question. The majority of this generation would fall victim to the pressures of obedience, persuasion, and conformity. When people become unaware of the effect of these influences, they lose sight of morality and make choices similar to the ones made by Nazis during the Holocaust....   [tags: victims, persuation, holocaust, hitler] 733 words
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What Defines Success in Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell - Malcolm Gladwell is a canadian-english journalist, speaker, and bestselling author. In his bestselling book “Outliers”, Malcolm Gladwell discusses success and what patterns correlate with it. He states that how much time you put into a certain activity, specifically 10,000 hours, can put you in a elite level of proficiency. This in turn can give someone the tools to allow them the ability to be successful. Using historical citations, patterns, and real life examples, Gladwell forms his 10,000 hour rule....   [tags: success, patterns, knowledge] 649 words
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Exploration of Shopping Patterns at Different Kinds of Shopping Centres - Exploration of Shopping Patterns at Different Kinds of Shopping Centres The aim of this piece of coursework is to produce a detailed report on the hypothesis stated below: 'Do large shopping centres have different types of shops and larger spheres of influence than smaller ones and how and why does this affect the shopping patterns of each centre' This report is based on the topic 'people and places' it has to do with people's shopping habits and patterns and different shops in three types of shopping centres....   [tags: Papers] 2625 words
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Rhythmical Patterns in William Blake's Infant Sorrow - Rhythmical Patterns of "Infant Sorrow" in William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience In Songs of Innocence and of Experience, by William Blake, we come to the realization that although innocence and experience are dichotomies it’s common for a reader of songs to detect experience in a poem about innocence and vice versa. To fully understand "Infant Sorrow" a look at the definition of innocence and its relationship to experience is needed. According to the American Heritage Dictionary innocence is defined as uncorrupted by evil, malice, without wrongdoing, sinless, and not experienced....   [tags: William Blake Infant Sorrow]
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Balance the Load of Multiprocessors by Effective Distribution and Parallelization - INTRODUCTION: Data mining can be defined as the process of discovering hidden pattern in database. The main purpose of data mining is to convert raw data into knowledge. Association rule mining is a kind of data mining process which is done to extract interesting correlations, patterns, associations among items in the transaction database or other data repositories. Association rules are widely used in various areas such as marketing telecommunication networks and inventory control etc.In this work apriori algorithm is used to extract frequent item set from a database....   [tags: data mining, data patterns]
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Analysis of Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely - In the book Predictably Irrational, Dan Ariely brings forth the idea that all human behavior is done according to certain patterns; however these patterns are not always the patterns you would think of right off the bat. He leads the reader in a compelling journey into the realm of the human mind, and how humans view the world. For every turn of the page there is something new and surprising. However even with this constant change the book follows the same pattern, proving all thought is irrational....   [tags: patterns, human mind, irrational] 837 words
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The Genetic Conditions of the Waardenburg Syndrome - ... Symptoms and effects of Waardenburg Syndrome appear to be different to each individual person who has the disorder. Some symptoms of Waardenburg Syndrome include pale skin, hair, and eyes, patches of white/gray hair, finger contractures, hearing loss, and different colored eyes (heterochromia). Other symptoms include numerous minor abnormalities and abnormal facial features (MedlinePlus 2013). Some symptoms, such as widely spaced eyes in type I, depend on which type of Waardenburg Syndrome a person is diagnosed with....   [tags: diagnosis, symptoms, patterns, treatment] 855 words
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Tracing Human migration paths through Mitochondrial DNA - How humans spread around the world is still one of the mysteries in the history of mankind. Mitochondrial DNA has been a crucial line of experimental evidence in developing the current understanding of our genetic history. It has shed significant light in determining the population patterns and human migrations around the world. Studies of mitochondrial DNA have provided new insights in the way humans spread around the globe throughout time. Studies have suggested two major routes from East Africa through which humans exited Africa and colonized the globe....   [tags: Population Patterns, Human Migration]
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