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Leading By Example - My father once told me what makes you a man is taking care of your responsibilities and leading by example. I know now what he meant by that saying. He was telling me that a good man is responsible for taking care of his family and being a good role model. For most of us, family is the foundation for the type of people we become in the future. They sets the path for our lives; they are mostly responsible for our values and beliefs as we spend most of our time around family. Most people adapt to their surroundings....   [tags: Family] 571 words
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Harrassment Is an Example of Discrinimation in Employment - ... There is two type of sexual harassment. The first is call as Quid Pro Quo Harassment . This type of harassment are on the basis of something for something which means the sexual conduct were base on the employment condition for example an exchange of promotion on female employee with a date with the manager. Meanwhile, The second type of sexual harassment is referred to as Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment . It is consider as an earlier discussion of harassment which appear as an offensive jokes or unwelcomed comments that related to a person’s protected class....   [tags: gender, religion, race] 815 words
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The Smartphone as an Example of Convergence of Culture - ... As mentioned before in this easy there are applications that are linked to tv seriers such as Britan’s Got Talent, The X Factor (2004 – 2014) created by Simon Cowell and The Voice UK (2012 - 2014) created by John de Mol to name a few. These applications linked with the shows can be called as cross-media. “If a media concept uses television and web in a way that makes it impossible to remove one of them without severely altering the product, it can be described as a cross-media concept or text” (Erdal 2011, 217)....   [tags: media, applications, tv series] 785 words
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An Example of a Holder in Due Course - This short paper is about the court decision between a financial advisor, a cohort of the financial advisor, and the investor. This decision deals with what is known as holder in due course or HDC. By being able to understand the court’s decision and how HDC works, we are able to decide whether or not it is fair. I am also able to give my thoughts on HDC, which are based both on this court’s decision and readings from the text. The first thing to look at in this paper are the facts about the court’s decision, which deal with John Doe, a “financial advisor” and Pedro Urdemales, a cohort of John Doe, and the investor Secundino Piedra....   [tags: court´s decision]
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An Example of the Question of Truth - ... He was trying to get them to understand the truth. The prisoners would never believe him because they had never seen or heard of anything he is talking about even though he is telling the truth.The prisoners would eventually kill him. “Allegory of the Cave” shows us how we can believe something is true our whole life and never know it’s wrong. The prisoners lives are a fantasy. In the real world the things they are seeing are just shadows to us.They don’t know what it is to see the light or actual objects; though we know that these are a part of everyday life....   [tags: Plato, Young Goodman Brown, God]
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Maya Angelou: An Example of Perseverance - Maya Angelou was raped by her mother’s boyfriend, dropped out of high school, was a teenage mom, and constantly dealt with racism. Who would have thought that someone who had gone through so much would someday be such a confident, inspirational woman. Maya Angelou’s confidence in herself and the African American race that she demonstrates in her poetry gives others courage to speak for themselves. Three poems by Angelou that display her confidence are “Still I Rise,” “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” and “Phenomenal Woman.” While each poem is written differently, they all express confidence and the idea of having the courage to stand up for oneself....   [tags: Poetry, African American, Author]
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Effective Leaders: Leading by Example - ... I spent large amounts of time with each employee to learn what they did, how long they'd been doing it and the pain points they experienced within their positions. By doing this, I was leading them by example. If I was willing to jump in feet first and be an active part of the team, pitch in where needed, and actually do the work that they were doing; they could too. - Passion: Passion is a big part of being an effective and influential leader. Most leaders have a passion for the area in which they lead....   [tags: role model, effective communication] 928 words
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An Excellent Example of Individualism - ... Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights activist and an excellent example of what it means to be an individual. Unfortunately there are some people who believe that they are individuals but who are truly within an illusion. Some people like to think that whenever they agree to a rational or practical idea or decision, they’re their own person. Unfortunately practical judgement is not the case for individualism, in fact it’s quite the opposite. In Erich Fromm’s article The Individual in the Chains of Illusion, he states that “The ‘organization man’ is not aware that he obeys; he believes that he only conforms with what is rational and practical” (paragraph 9)....   [tags: Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, civil rights] 865 words
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An Example of Transformational Leadership - Connie Clerici is a registered nurse who started out as a critical care nurse that specialized in pediatrics and the intensive care unit. Clerici left the hospital setting looking for a new career path, and was asked to help relocate children from The Christopher Robin Home for the Children, which was being closed for euthanasia allegations (Cavanaugh, 2012). So, her new role required her to help place children into a safe community setting which accommodated and cared for the children’s complex health needs....   [tags: connie clerici, nurse]
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Cooperative Enforcement: The Tainan Example - 5.2 Cooperative Enforcement: The Tainan Example As analysed above, Taiwan’s environmental criminal law enforcement faces some common problems. Since 2005, there has been a new cooperative enforcement model run by the Tainan Local Prosecutors’ Office voluntarily. Three prosecutors in the Tainan Local Prosecutor Office were interviewed and it was realised that this model may provide many solutions to the problems identified in this research. Figure 5.2 A Successful Cooperative Enforcement Model in Tainan City, Taiwan Tainan, an old cultural centre in the southern part of Taiwan, has increasing industrial pollution....   [tags: Criminal Justice] 970 words
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The Perfect Moral Example - Fairy tales portray wonderful, elaborate, and colorful worlds as well as chilling, frightening, dark worlds in which ugly beasts are transformed into princes and evil persons are turned to stones and good persons back to flesh (Guroian). Fairytales have long been a part of our world and have taken several forms ranging from simple bedtime stories to intricate plays, musicals, and movies. However, these seemingly simple stories are about much more than pixie dust and poisoned apples. One could compare fairytales to the new Chef Boyardee; Chef Boyardee hides vegetables in its ravioli while fairytales hide society’s morals and many life lessons in these outwardly simple children stories....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Collateral Example - Saving innocent people and exposing the ‘bad guys’ is what heroes do. Bradley Manning did just that when he leaked United States government cables and videos to WikiLeaks. His intent was to expose the killing of innocent civilians as part of the Iraqi war and to inform citizens so that they could take action. He is now imprisoned and facing twenty-two felony counts, all of which incriminate him as a traitor to the U.S. and that could result in him serving fifty-two years behind bars. Manning believed that the U.S....   [tags: U.S. Government ]
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Tartuffe: An Excellent Example of a Neoclassical Drama - Tartuffe is an excellent example of a neoclassical drama because of its close adherence to the guidelines set forth in Aristotle’s Poetics, its use of character structure, and its incorporation of the common neoclassical ideas involving: reason, rational thinking, as well as logical problem solving. During the beginning of the 17th Century neoclassical thought began to dominate the stage in France. In the domain of theatre, this meant that neoclassical writers began to look back to the ideals and beliefs of classical times, accentuating the classic ideas of rational control and discipline....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Drama]
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Stand by Me, an Example of Good Literature - The film, Stand by Me, can be studied as an example of good literature by noting the use of well-built characters. An adequate amount of symbolism can also be found throughout the film. Near the end of the story, the main character has an unexpected epiphany that notes a radical change in his character development. The film carries a fantastic example of a coming-of-age theme for each of the main characters. The use of family dynamics in each character contributes to their strong development. The main character and narrator of this story, Gordie Lachance, tells us this story of his childhood from his own perspective as an adult....   [tags: symbolism, character development, Reiner]
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Kelli White, an Example of the Importance of Credibility - ... When he told her the flaxseed oil was a designer steroid she stopped taking it immediately (Plitt). White did not believe that in order to run, she needed a drug (Plitt). It wasn’t until a couple years later that she went to Conte about a full-scale drug program to enhance her performance (Plitt). When she was caught using the modafinil, she was banned for two years for using these steroids and was stripped of the gold medals she won at the World Championship. Kelli White’s credibility dropped after she was caught using the steroids....   [tags: Steroids, Drugs, Running]
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Genghis Khan an Example of a Visionary Leader - Synthesis Essay - Genghis Khan Genghis Khan was born clutching a blood clot in his fist, foretelling of the bloodshed and violence he would unleash on the world while ultimately achieving the goal of creating the largest contiguous empire in history. His personal struggle is well outside the scope of this discussion. I will, however, cover how Genghis exemplified the qualities of a visionary leader by his use of technology, long range planning, and inspirational motivation. Contrary to historians in the Middle East, I also present that Genghis Khan was an ethical leader as shown by his authentic leadership style that embodied idealized influence and based his leadership decisions squarely on...   [tags: core values, mongols, ethical leader]
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Gangs of New York, an Example of Naturalism - ... After getting out of Hell Gate, Amsterdam can be a priest and go to a better place than Five Points. But he threw the Bible away and chose the path of revenge. A second chance is offered to him when Jenny asks him not to go to the duel and go to San Francisco with her. Again, he rejected for being eager to revenge. Every time Amsterdam is trapped to Five Points because of the eagerness to revenge, a conditioning done by the environment. Here is one thing the movie can do better. If Amsterdam was killed and failed to revenge, the nature’s indifference and the illusion of free will will be better expressed....   [tags: mission, free will, environment] 854 words
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Google Glass is an Example of Flawed Technology - ... Human rudeness, we have all been there. There people that just do things that hurts you, and then you wonder why they are worth existing. It is bad enough to meet people that can be nasty at moments, but you can never imagine that discourtesy getting worse. Well, Google Glass does just that. As Google Glass grows popular, and exciting for people to get their hands on, it pulls people from reality, and into a virtual world that ultimately does not matter. When people are wearing their Google Glass in their daily lives (they really do), they forget about their surroundings that lead to misunderstandings....   [tags: headgear, rudeness, accidents] 930 words
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The Trial and Conviction of Meursault - An Example of Absurdity - The climax of the novel The Stranger is reached when the jury declares that the main character, Meursault, is to be executed by gulliotine in the town square. The trial and its verdict are one of the important parts of the novel, as Albert Camus uses them as a metaphor to summarize the three main tenets of absurdism. Camus uses the trial and conviction of Meursault to express the absurdist ideals that truth does not exist, and human life is precious. The trial portrays the absurdist ideal that truth does not exist because the universe is irrational....   [tags: Literary Analysis] 952 words
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The Byzantine Empire is and Example of the Golden Age - ... With a size of 300 feet by 250 feet and a dome that rises 185 feet above the ground, the Hagia Sophia made Christianity a well-known religion. The Hagia Sophia’s dome was the second largest in the world, which increased tourism to the capital as well as helping spread Christianity throughout the world (Mathews, “Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture”). As the biggest symbol of Christianity at the time, the Hagia Sophia united the empire under a single religion due to its fascinating structure....   [tags: culture, economic prosperity, achievements] 1676 words
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The Good In Everyone and The Example of Anne Frank - ... Take a look at Miep Gies. She hid her friends to try and save them, jeopardizing her own freedom for others. In Miep Gies: A Dangerous Secret, it says “But every day for two years, Miep Gies broke the law (1).” Miep showed great courage and love in this action. She shows that people have goodness in their hearts. Another article I read helps me to prove my point. Titled Holocaust Memories, this article is a young girl’s retelling of her trip to the United States Holocaust Museum. The young woman tells us how she witnessed a video of children being shot point blank....   [tags: Goodness, Holocaust]
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Oedipus by Sophocles: An Example of a Tragic Hero - ... Ironically, into the play a prophet was introduced, a seer, Teresias, who is physically blind, but who is clairvoyant. Teresias says to Oedipus, I tell you, no man that walks upon the earth/ shall be rooted out more horribly than you (S1. .1117). This describes Oedipus as a man ignorant to the true appearance of things, this blind man could see the truth about Oedipus, yet Oedipus in all of his physical strength cannot. Through his pride, he accused others for his misfortune and pushed them to reveal the truth....   [tags: lack of self-knowledge, true nature of things] 808 words
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The Example Set by Flappers of the 1920's - ... Those at war demanded that everything returned to normal as well, including their industrial jobs, the government and the women returned to households and traditional clothing. The Women’s Right Movement made women to fight for their new era of short dresses, the Charleston dance and parties, and sense women had the legal equal right, women stayed modern. The deaths from the war also “made the ladies realize that life can be cut short very easily, so they should have fun and live life to the fullest… They decided that they didn’t want to just waste their life away” (“How did Flappers start?”)....   [tags: industrial, fashion, women]
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British Women: An Example of Modesty and Loyalty - Women in the United Kingdom have fought very long to get their rights respected and accepted in general throughout history. The women of today that are known as leaders and preachers of human rights of today, took a very long path of walking towards tolerance, freedom, fair and equal treatment. Discrimination was a major issue back in the sixteenth century, and there was a very big difference put between the men and the woman. Females had absolutely no right of owning anything. They just lived to satisfy their husbands and take care of the family household....   [tags: protection of rights, human rights] 1110 words
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An Example of Successful Management: Andrea Jung - Management is a job that is “harder than it looks,” as the saying goes. Not only must you have a plan, be able to organize, control, and lead, you must be able to continue to make decisions that will benefit not only the company, but everyone involved in said company. That involves stockholders, employees, and management that is both above and below what position you may be in. Andrea Jung, one of the most successful CEOs is an example of manager who can plan, organize, control, and lead in Avon and continue to make it a success....   [tags: CEO of Avon]
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Mother Teresa: An Example of Servant Leadership - Servant leadership is both a leadership philosophy and set of leadership practices. Traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by one at the “top of the pyramid.” By comparison, the servant-leader shares power puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible (Northouse, 2013). One person I feel is a great example of a servant leader is mother Teresa. Mother Teresa, Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, was born August 26, 1910 in what is today Skopje, Macedonia....   [tags: Mother Teresa]
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Wolves: An Excellent Example for Dominance Behavior - Wolves provide an excellent example for dominance behavior and the interactions within social groups. Researchers such as L.D. Mech spend their lives observing the behaviors of wolves in order to better understand leadership and dominance behavior across species. Because displays of leadership and dominance differ between wolves living in the wild and wolves living in captivity, examining both allows a greater understanding of both types of behavior. Wolves in the wild form packs in which one male and one female, considered “alphas,” preside over the pack and act as its leaders....   [tags: social interactions among animals] 561 words
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My Dad is My Living Example - “Run!. Run!. Run!. Faster. I didn’t get off work early to watch you jog.” My Dad screamed. “I am coming, just can’t run so fast Dad, I have small feet.” I said. Then my dad looked at me and said, “Son, in order to be the best at what you do, you have to push yourself beyond your limits ok, so don’t give 100, give 200.” These are just some of the encouraging and successful words my dad spoke to me. This showed me how a hardworking and successful, Living Example my Dad is. As a boy growing up in Jamaica, both my parents made a big impact in my life, but me as a boy; I preferred to hang out with my dad more than my mom....   [tags: personal narrative] 905 words
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Mahatma Gandhi as an Example in the World - I think Mohandas Gandhi was one of the most significant persons in the 20th century. He was the one who proved that it is possible to fight very successful without violence. He fought his whole life with humanity, tolerance, ideas and without violence. He showed the way to a better world. And still today there are many people who love him and who use his philosophy to change the world. A very important example is the fight against wars. Usually people who fight against a war try to fight without violence....   [tags: Biography, Mohandas Gandhi Essays] 463 words
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ELIZABETH AS AN EXAMPLE OF ART CINEMA - Bordwell and Thompson define the art film as "a film which, while made under commercial circumstances take an approach to form and style influenced by "high art" which offers an alternative to mainstream entertainment" (1). Like avant-garde film making, this style offer the audience with a movie that takes glory in cinemas stance as a modern art form, for art house films are not just intended to be entertaining, they are designed to be imaginative. Shekhar Kapur's 1998 film 'Elizabeth' presents us with a contemporary art film....   [tags: essays research papers] 1261 words
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Euthaniasia: An Example of Deviance - One example of deviance that I would like to write about is euthanasia. The Webster's dictionary defines it as the act or practice of killing a suffering individual painlessly for reasons considered merciful. But, why do some accept certain kinds of killings, but not others. To tie in with another assignment, the death penalty was created to punish criminals who have created such unspeakable crimes. For some in society, the death penalty is acceptable and to others it is not. Euthanasia is as much of a murder as carrying out a death sentence....   [tags: Current Events] 454 words
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Example of the Scientific Method - Example of the Scientific Method Observation: In one of the major regions of deforestation, the province of Rhondonia, Brazil, the rainfall has been severely and or completely stopped. Theory: As the tropical rainforest of Rhondonia, Brazil is leveled for farmland, rainfall is significantly and directly reduced. Rainfall is reduced because there are fewer trees to return water vapor to the air through tree transpiration, or water evaporation through trees. Relative humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air compared with the amount of vapor needed to make the air saturated at the air's current temperature....   [tags: Papers] 546 words
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Evaluative Report of an Example of Computer Mediated Learning. - The creation and design of an e-learning resources does not necessarily need to involve the use “user centred design”, and the philosophy of epistemology and semiotics. The creation of an e-learning resource such as a virtual learning environment, often start their lives out with learning and pedagogical aspect being the primary design principle. Over the time, the evolution of these resources does empirically involve epistemology and semiotics but this could be an accident of design and not a structured, logical, philosophically driven process....   [tags: centred design ,e-learning, espitemology]
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Women in a Male Dominated Society and the Example of Eve and Medea - ... In a way, she gave us human nature by showing such strength of character. When the serpent told Eve to partake of the forbidden fruit off the tree, he said “…you will become as gods knowing good and evil” (Puchner, 160-161). Eve was strong enough and had the basic knowledge to understand that she wanted the choice between good and evil. She wanted to be able to say yes or no. Eve’s strength of character is what gave us human nature, an integral part of society today. God then punished them by saying “Enmity will I set before you and the woman...” (Puchner 160-161) and he was right, men and women are not equal....   [tags: Bible, Strength, Injustice] 980 words
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Cesare Borgia: An example in The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli - ... He was able to conquer the Romagna using arms of King Louis XII and Orsini to defeat the Colonna family. Machiavelli advocates tactics like the ones used by Cesare Borgia like weakening strong powers, gaining popularity and getting noblemen to switch their loyalty to him Machiavelli uses Cesare Borgia as the principle example of how a prince should handle a principality that was given through fortune. “Thus, if one considers all the steps of the duke, one will see that he had laid for himself great foundations for future power, which I do not judge superfluous to discuss; for I do not know what better teaching I could give to a new prince than the example of his actions” (27)....   [tags: Prince, Leader, Ambition]
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Monopolies in the Market Place: Example of the Telecommunication Industry - Federal Regulations on Trade Traditionally many utility industries have been comprised of monopolies. These natural monopolies exist for a number of reasons. Monopolies in the marketplace create great inefficiency, and thus are very undesirable. It is for that, and many other reasons that regulation was thought of as a solution to the monopoly problem. Regulation was not just used to overcome such great inefficiencies created in a monopolistic market, but was also used to supply consumers with necessary goods....   [tags: Industries, Trade] 592 words
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Teacher´s and Learning and the Example of the Movie "Dangerous Minds" - ... The teacher was prepared with lesson plans with no structure, yet was expected to follow the curriculum. Ms. Johnson was warned once by the principle while trying to bring a new approach to the lesson plan. Ms. Johnson’s goal was to stimulate the students to learn by getting them to make a connection with themselves and their lives. Ms. Johnson was a teacher with many positive characteristics as well as negative characteristics. Ms. Johnson tries to reach out to the students with a caring and understanding attitude....   [tags: Educator, Film, Students] 845 words
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Al Shabaab: An Intriguing Example of Islamist Terror - American Media tends to focus on domestic terrorism, but cases of widespread terror are relatively limited in the US. Conversely, in Somalia, terror is the norm, not the exception. In this paper, I’ll begin by talking about our definition of terror in the United States. Then, I’ll analyze Al Shabaab’s role in Somalia as a case study on the impacts of extensive terrorism. Finally, I’ll talk about western responsibility for Somalia’s current troubles and what tactics can be used to bring Al Shabaab’s harsh terror to an end....   [tags: terrorism, Somalia, Islam, international community]
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Mary Shelley´s Frankenstein, an Example of Gothic Romance - ... Throughout the novel Victor seems isolated, Even when he is at the busy University of Ingolstadt, the setting still has a remote feel to it. Frankenstein becomes so focused on his work to create life that he shuts himself off from the world for months, without even giving himself time to appreciate nature or contact loved ones, as we can see when Victor Frankenstein imparts, “The summer months passed while I was thus engaged, heart and soul, in one pursuit. It was a most beautiful season; never did the fields bestow a more plentiful harvest, or the vines yield a more luxuriant vintage: but my eyes were insensible to the charms of nature....   [tags: Gloom, Creation, Mistreatment]
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Penelope: An Example of a Honorable Greek Woman in the Oddessy - Penelope is a great example of how Greek women should act in early society. Penelope was loyal to her husband, she was clever, and she was a good mother to her son Telemachos. Penelope honored her husband and didn’t go against him even though he was gone for over 20 years. She also had to face over 100 suitors while Odysseus was gone. Penelope showed her cleverness when she told the town she would remarry when she finished weaving the rug. Every night Penelope would undo the work she weaved so she could buy time for her husband....   [tags: Odessy, homer, characters, women, ancient greek, h] 700 words
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Maya Angelou Is an Example for Every Race and Gender - She is an accomplished poet, performer, actress, director, teacher, and journalist. She has read two inaugural poems and is a three time grammy award winner. She suffered through trials and tribulations, yet has come out on top as a strong, black woman. She is Maya Angelou and her impact on the world impact on the world today sets an example for every race and gender. Maya Angelou, born Marguerite Ann Johnson, was born on April 4th, 1928. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she was raised there for a short portion of time, then later moved to Stamps, Arkansas....   [tags: african american, post-modernist, philosophy] 688 words
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The Example of Multinational Corporation Operation in a Foreign Market - Multinational Corporation (MNC) is a business organization whose activities are located in more than two countries and is the organizational form that defines foreign direct investment, which the form consist of country location where the form is incorporated and of the establishment of branches or subsidiaries in foreign countries (Kogut, 2001; Shah, F. A., Yusaf, D. M., Hussain, A., & Hussain, J., 2012); or it can simplify to say if there have cheap production cost are located in other countries, MNC will place their business in there to enjoy material resources (Bennett, 2002)....   [tags: Licensing, Joint Ventures] 2406 words
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Modular Design: The Google Modular Smarth Phone Example - In the recent days, customers’ desires are changing fast and wish to have their products quicker than before and looking for convenient ways to place an order (Shamsuzzoha, AHM and Helo, P.). Therefore, in today’s market of increasingly demanding customers, companies tend to focus on smaller and specific market segments of customer-oriented products (J.Pandremos, G.Chryssolouris); “mass customization” era is happening. The following paper provides in quick look at mass customization principles and explains how modular product design (independent modules) and product platforms (set of modules) are necessary tools used by manufactures to achieve mass customization....   [tags: platform, customers, resources]
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Washington, D.C.: The First Example of Urban Planning - Washington, D.C. was the first capital in the world to be strategically chosen, designed and built. It was established by President George Washington. Washington was given this power to select a permanent capital under the terms of the Constitution (1787) and the Residence Act of 1790, which authorized him to pick an exact location for the country’s new, permanent capital city as well as to choose commissioners to plan and build it within ten years . The process of designing Washington is considered an example of what historic preservationists have defined as urban planning today....   [tags: process of designing Washington] 1459 words
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Shakespeare´s Richard the Third: Example of a Villain - ... (Webster Dictionary) Now to summarize the literal definition in my own words, it’s a villain having a persuasive voice and convincing someone to do what he wants even though the victims knows that what they are being asked to do is wrong. An example of such acts take place in Shakespeare’s play Richard the Third with the main character and the antagonist Richard, Duke of Gloucester. Richard is portrayed as a villain who will do anything to attain greatness. Richard does many evil deeds and is surrounded by ineffectual and gullible males, like Hastings....   [tags: Evil, Deeds]
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Social Structure: Example from a Mexican American - ... I know I need to take advantage of my opportunity’s that have been given and get a career where I am financially stable and will overall be able to give something back to my parents. My father was one out of twelve kids born in Mexico and coming to the United States at age 20, my dad went straight to working. I have come to realize that it is my turn to help out my family because my parents are currently unemployed, money Is always in the back of our mind. Instead of putting all my focus on education, getting a job would have to be one of my priorities as well....   [tags: Beliefs, Heritage, Society] 1086 words
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An Example of a Needs Assessment Project - ... The service must be accessible from a mobile device, but we decided against a native iOS or Android phone application because we did not have reliable data about smartphone proliferation in our target community and wanted to make the service available to as many residents as possible. Thus, we created a mobile web application using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. This technology choice will allow any community member with a full-featured web browser and an internet connection to access the service....   [tags: transportation, services and communication] 1669 words
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Marketing Mix Example - 1. Read following paragraph and explain the process this firm might go through to reach this specific marketing strategy - how and why this company reach to use this decision. Also explain results this firm may get from using this specific marketing strategy. In addition, recommend any modification of strategy based on SWOT analysis. Bakery chain Tous Les Jours introduces two varieties of "Kim Yu-na bread,” named after the popular Korean figure skater. The flavors, chosen by Kim herself, are the sweet potato and cream bread, and the kaya bun....   [tags: Business Marketing] 1792 words
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The Minamata Disease as an Example of Government Weakness - The Minamata Disease as an Example of Government Weakness The effects of Minamata disease, which originated in Minamata, Japan, first came to the attention of local fishermen. They referred to cats afflicted with the disease as “the suicide-prone group of dancing cats” due to their tendency to ‘dance’ around, and then jump into the nearby bay (Ui, 1992). From 1940 through the late 20th century, thousands of inhabitants of Minamata developed that same neurological disease that resulted from heavy industrial pollution of Minamata Bay....   [tags: Japan Minamata Disease Essays]
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How Real Is Reality TV Based on the Example of Big Brother - How real is reality TV Reality TV is a great way to enjoy a night and have a good laugh. Big Brother is an example of a reality TV show that is not completely real because of the fact they have selective casting, editing and character representation. Big Brother is set in Dream World, Gold Coast and it was created first in 2001 and aired on channel 10 for 7 years before being bought by channel nine and has been airing there since 2012. It is set in a large house that 4 to 16 people are put in and they have to live together for a set amount of time....   [tags: selective casting, entertaining, reality tv] 608 words
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Is the Western Australian Response to Shark Attacks an Example of a Moral Panic? - The Western Australian (WA) response to shark attacks, that is the shark cull, is an example of a moral panic. Moral panics are not a new concept to modern society; episodes of panic, anxiety or alarm over numerous forms of perceived threats an element of society. Many studies have been conducted since Stanley Cohen first addressed the concept in 1972 with his book ‘Folk Devils and Moral Panics: The Creation of the Mods and Rockers’ – including that of Erich Goode and Nachman Ben-Yehuda (Moral Panics: The Social Construction of Deviance)....   [tags: shark cull, mass psychology, sociology]
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The Status Debate as an Example of Nationalist Politics for Puerto Ricans - The Status Debate as an Example of Nationalist Politics for Puerto Ricans Puerto Rico and its people have endured a long history filled with colonialism and ambiguous rule. It is a nation whose citizens have endured years of imperial rule, enslavement and forced dependence on other countries for its existence. It is a nation which has changed drastically from the days when Tainoes were the exclusive inhabitants of the island. Unfortunately, Puerto Rico can no longer stand alone as its own country....   [tags: Papers] 2523 words
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An Example of An Individual Education Plan for an Elementary School Student - ... Social 1. The student will improve socialization skills by responding appropriately when greeted by peers or adults, with 80% accuracy, by date. 2. The student will initiate play and interact appropriately with peers for (number) minutes, with no more than (number) prompts, by date. 3. The student, while on the playground, will participate in play activities with his/her peers for at least (number) minutes in 4/5 recess breaks, by date. 4. The student, when asked to share an object, will share the material with a peer 80% of the time, by date....   [tags: special education, disability, objectives, ] 2010 words
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Compensation and Cost Cutting: An Example of the BP Company - ... This transaction of $US31 billion was the largest financial transaction in history (at the time), as BP massively increased its ordinary shares from 2 billion pounds to 12 billion pounds (Amoco and BP Oil, 1998), thus making BP more beholden to its shareholders and the financial markets. Boyer (2005, p.9) argues that “financial market-related incentives, supposed to discipline managers, have entitled them to convert their intrinsic power into remuneration and wealth, both at micro and macro level....   [tags: Contracts, Employees, Management] 1009 words
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Setting the Example - Strong leadership is critical to an organizations success. Leaders need to be honest, trustworthy, respected, and good communicators (Montana & Mitchell, 2005, p. 83). Effective communication is necessary to eliminate confusion. Think how the receiver will interpret the message that you are saying or writing. Effective communication can only occur when the receiver of the message understands what the sender is intending to say. Anyone can manage but not everyone makes a good leader. “Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent” (Clark, 2010, p....   [tags: Leadership ]
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Toyota: An Example Of Good Corporate Governance - 1.0 INTRODUCTION Corporations the world over have been publicly criticized for improving their firm’s bottom line at any moral or social cost. Ethics essentially “refers to the issues of right, wrong, fairness and justice.” Clearly, examples such as Enron, WorldCom, and even Conrad Black tested society’s views on sound ethical business and the link to what society sees as “good” governance practices. Although the controversies involve issues matched in variety only by the types of companies, they all virtually involve some form of abuse of stakeholders trust....   [tags: Business Analysis Toyota] 1802 words
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How Our Beliefs and Culture Effect One Another: Real-Life Example of Malala Yousafzai - Our beliefs and our cultural view are two different things that are related. Our culture can differ from others but we usually have the same in our own country or area. This is because countries can have different religions and cultures and the culture for that region is usually shaped by religion or vice-versa. Religious culture can also be defined by the group in that you have grown up with, but for example, in Germany, religion is shaped by the area and where you come from. Our beliefs or knowledge can be independent from our cultural views for a number of reasons, for example, Malala Yousafzai’s....   [tags: beliefs, cultural, ethics, human science]
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