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Physics of Wildland Firefighting - Virtually everywhere in the United States is affected to one degree of another by wildland fires. Even if a community is not directly involved with the fire itself, chances are that some of its members have gone to help fight wildland fires in other areas of the country by providing manpower, financial support, or other humanitarian aid. Policies regarding the handling of wildland fires continue to change and evolve as new information is learned each fire season. Attitudes have changed between complete wildland fire suppression to no suppression at all....   [tags: physics fire wildfire firefighter firefighting]
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Computers and Firefighting - Computers and Firefighting It seems that the advances of today are moving far more rapidly than people have ever thought about. The only question is that how much farther can we go in the advancement of computer technology to support people. One of the ways to support people is in the area of Firefighting. In this field the firemen with help of computers is allowed to help civilians when they are in need. The job of now is becoming a little safer to do because of newly advances by computers in the firefighting field....   [tags: Firefighters Computers Technology Essays]
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Request for College Credit in Firefighting - Request for College Credit in Firefighting In this paper I intend to prove that I have the classroom instruction and the practical experience which qualifies for six hours of credit in the fire science field as outlined in State University's course catalog. I will show that I understand the principles of fire protection and fire prevention, and also show that I understand the chemistry of fire, the different classifications of fire and the factors contributing to fires. I'll show that I can identify hazardous materials, and techniques of fire prevention and some techniques of fire protection....   [tags: Papers] 1425 words
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Stresses that Go Along with the Profession of Firefighting - Stresses that Go Along with the Profession of Firefighting What types of stresses go along with the profession of firefighting. Here is an example. It's 3am and you are sound asleep, out of nowhere you hear…"Beep, beep, beep, beep beep: Attention Winters Fire Personnel, structure fire!" That sure wakes you up. It is the sound of our fire pagers alerting us to go down to the fire station. Right away our adrenaline gets going. The events that proceed after this are all in a days work, a stressful days work....   [tags: Papers] 437 words
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Fire Protection Review Plan - Fire Protection Review Plan Fire protection plan can be defined as a process in which people within a society use all means and methods available to prevent fire outbreak, and avoid damage and challenges that the fire can cause. There are many causes of fire breakouts including electricity, gases, and cigarette sources, among others. For the firefighting process to be effective, firefighting equipments should be given to the community members to use them in case of a fire outbreak. These equipments include various types of fire extinguishers....   [tags: Engineering ]
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Fire Fighting Career Research Paper - Dropping everything he’s doing Joe quickly runs to the fire poll and proceeds to exits the building, sirens soaring over head, and fire truck engines starting up, he rushes to slip on his gear, he feels good about himself knowing he’s a hero, he holds his helmet under his right arm, and jumps on the bright shiny red fire truck, he taps the sparkling smooth metal twice, and they pull out of the fire station, as they arrive at the house, he spots the bright red and orange fire, instantly everything slows down, and his heart speeds up, other than the thrill and overall well-being of this career....   [tags: Career Research ]
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The Great Fire of London - Throughout recorded history, fires have been known to cause great loss of life, property, and knowledge. The Great Fire of London was easily one of the worst fires mankind has ever seen causing large scale destruction and terror. Samuel Pepys described the fire as “A most malicious bloody flame, as one entire arch of fire of above a mile long… the churches, houses and all on fire and flaming at once, and a horrid noise the flames made.” (Britain Express 1). Although it started as a small fire in a baker’s shop and the official death toll was low, nevertheless the Great Fire of London heavily impacted England’s social, political, and economic history because the outcome allowed for changes in many subjects from building codes and property insurance to the eventual revival of England’s economy....   [tags: History, Disaster] 1817 words
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Don?t Get Burned - People normally associate firefighting with danger. When speaking to friends and family about entering into the fire service, everyone has said that firefighting is a dangerous profession. There has been several discussions about the hazards of battling fires inside burning structures. Concern has been expressed about the dangers of exposure to fire and the radiated heat from flames and smoldering materials. No one can deny that firefighting is a dangerous profession for all those reasons, but there is a much more common danger that is often overlooked....   [tags: essays research papers] 1306 words
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Nursing Assessment Of Blood Donation Practices - A Community Assessment of Erie County Volunteer Firefighters and Blood Donation Department of Nursing Table of Contents                                                                                                                                              I. Background Information on Affiliating Agency……………….            II. Definition of Community     ……………………………………………….. III. Approaches Used to Assess Community     ……………………………….. IV. Description of Survey     ……………………………….. V. Assessment of Community     ……………………………………………....   [tags: essays research papers] 4912 words
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Bush Pilots - In the early years of flying the bush pilots were an essential growth mechanism for northern communities. In time of distress they were there to provide the three core emergency services. The bush pilots served as air ambulances, firefighters and as a tool for policing. One of the other core functions was transportation and a communication conduit to communities where in some places dog sleds were the primary form of transportation. Earlier bush planes utilized aerial survey techniques that were used in developing some of the first reliable maps....   [tags: Aviation] 689 words
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Free Affirmative Action Essays - Affirmative Action is Against the Bible - Affirmative Action is Against the Bible America was known as the Land of Opportunity. Then it became evident that "opportunity" was only available to white men. Later, laws were passed to ensure equal opportunity regardless of race, sex, or religion. These Affirmative Action laws were set in place by our government with the intent of correcting the social evil know as prejudice; but in doing so, they created a monster. Affirmative action has become an ineffective, outdated, and socially harmful policy that is weakening our great nation....   [tags: affirmative action argumentative persuasive] 1130 words
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TIC: Thermal Immaging Camera - TIC: THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA In the mid-1980's, the thermal imaging camera (TIC) was introduced into the firefighting market as another tool to aide in their ability to save lives, including their fellow firefighters. However, since its introduction there have been numerous discussions whether or not the TIC has a place in the firefighter's arsenal of tools. It is claimed that the TIC is "...one of the most spectacular applications of technology introduced into the fire service since the steam engine..." (http://www.avadtech.com)....   [tags: essays research papers] 874 words
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Why I want To Be A Firefighter - Firefighting is a career that can make you feel proud and accomplished, and it is a career in which I have a lot of respect for. In order to be a firefighter you must be in shape, prepared, experienced, and ready to deal with your job emotionally as well as physically. I chose to be a firefighter because I want to be able to help others and make them feel safe to live in their communities. After visiting some actual fire departments, I realized as a firefighter you certainly have a lot to be proud of....   [tags: essays research papers] 997 words
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Graduation Speech: Be Perfect in Christ Jesus - As I was pondering what to speak about tonight, I started thinking about what has been the main influence in my school experience. I realized that what has shaped me most has been my teachers. What is a teacher. After 13 years of school, believe me, I have an extremely good idea of what a teacher is. Two teachers began to teach me, my father and my mother. The poet Ann Taylor wrote, "Who taught my infant lips to pray, And love God’s holy book and day, And walk in wisdom’s pleasant way. My Mother." This year as we were challenged to give our hearts to God and our minds to our teachers, we learned more of their goals to see us grow as Jesus did in wisdom, stature and favor with both God and man....   [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address] 487 words
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Guy Montag: Finding Truth - There is evidence that the Egyptians and the Romans, both cultures of the ancient world, organized the first firefighting groups. Ever since then, the sole goal of a firefighter is to save life, property, and the environment. However, this is not the case in Ray Bradbury’s science fiction novel, Fahrenheit 451. In Fahrenheit 451 the nice community, firemen are transformed into a futuristic squad of law enforcers. Their new job is to search and burn books, as well as the locations at which they are found....   [tags: Character Analysis]
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Scuba Diving - Scuba Diving “People have been diving ever since primitive man was forced to collect food from the sea,” says HawaiiScubaDiving.com (“History of Scuba Diving”, HawaiiScubaDiving.com Internet). Man has always been curious about the underwater world and has sought to explore it. This drove man to come up with new ways to extend his reach into the underwater world and to make the trip less difficult. Over time underwater exploration has been made easier due to man’s passion for exploring a fascinating new underwater world....   [tags: Technology ]
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Hercules of the Skies - There were many important people, aircraft, and developments, which greatly contributed to aviation development, which ultimately impacted the World. Out of many aviation developments, I will write about an aircraft I take pleasure in seeing and hearing, the C-130 Hercules. I consider this aircraft has made a significant impact in the aviation industry, most in the dependability of the airframe and its illustrious design. Today, this aircraft is used for many organizations such as Military Ops, firefighting, and search and rescue....   [tags: Military Technology ]
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Soaring Over Agriculture - All the way back to Leonardo da Vinci the human race has been fascinated with the concept of flight. Though many different people have made discoveries and sketched many different versions of the airplane, probably the most famous people were Wilbur and Orville Wright. They began their work on the problem of powered flight in 1896. They read many books and journals to gain as much knowledge on the concept of flight as possible. They built many different models, which they began testing in 1900, in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina....   [tags: Agricultural Research ]
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Management and Leadership - Successful organizations have strong leaders and managers that develop, support and encourage employee longevity within a company. There is a significant difference between leadership and management however both skills have to be used collectively and both are important to a profitable organization. Leadership is a notion of communicating an organization’s vision, whereas management is more of the implementation of the organization’s vision. The manager typically carries out the responsibilities written by the organization and has a good team underneath them to carry out the duties and meet the goals....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Human Resource Management - HR practices vary from one company, or organization, to another. This happens for many reasons such as tradition, not understanding strategic HR, being ok with the status quo, and the lack of time, money, or personnel to change the organizational paradigm. Whatever the reason, one can usually see the differences between companies who have progressive HR practices and companies who do not. Here, we will compare and contrast the HR Practices of REI, Inc. and the Charlotte Fire Department (CFD). I have chosen a local government entity since I work in the fire service myself....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Disaster Preparedness is for Everyone - Introduction Of the four phases of emergency management, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery, perhaps the place that individuals can make the biggest difference in their own state of resiliency and survival of a disaster is in the preparedness phase. Being prepared before a disaster strikes makes sense yet many people fail to take even simple, precautionary steps to reduce the consequences of destruction and mayhem produced by natural events such as earthquakes, volcanos and tornados (see Paton et al, 2001, Mileti and Peek, 2002; Tierney, 1993, Tierney et al, 2001)....   [tags: Disaster Preparedness]
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Lessons Learned from the San Diego, California Wildfire - In making the decisions to protect people’s lives from hazards and disasters, evacuations sometimes become necessary. Of course early in the reaction to the incident, or the response phase, this may become a decision for local and state emergency managers. The San Diego, California wildfire which occurred in October 2007 caused a large scale evacuation. This essay is an analysis, and identification of lessons learned from the evacuation incident. As well a plan of personal recommendations and improvements will be made based on information covered in the National Housing strategy, and Robert Stafford Act....   [tags: natural pehnomena, natural disaster]
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Firefighters are Brothers - Firefighters are more than friends. You can't fight fires with friends. To fight fires you need a brotherhood. The men and women of the fire service across the globe consider each other family, this is one of the grand traditions of the fire department. Firefighters are constantly looking out for one another, thinking about the things they do and how it may affect the other’s lives and safety. Life safety is of the highest priority in the business of fire rescue. To achieve a safety standard there are many tasks that fire personnel are expected to carry out, for both a personal and a team related purpose....   [tags: informative essay] 829 words
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Government Programs During the Great Depression - ... The CCC (1933-1942) provided work for young men to perform unskilled jobs in rural areas. This law provided employment in fresh-air government camps for about 3 million uniformed young men, many of whom might otherwise have been driven into criminal habits (830, Kennedy). Their jobs included the following: reforestation, firefighting, flood control, and swamp drainage. The recruits were required to help their parents by sending home most of their pay (830, Kennedy). Though people were not happy about the government militarizing the nation’s youth, the work these young men did assisted in preserving both human resources as well as natural resources....   [tags: Herbert Hoover, Economy] 984 words
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - ... The human exploration and operations department focuses on developing commercial space flight and human exploration that goes beyond the low orbit of Earth. Exploring our planet, solar system, and universe, as well as, bringing the benefits of exploration to society is the main purpose of NASA’s science department. The space technology branch of NASA researches and develops new technologies that can aid in its future missions, as well as, economically benefit the nation. These four branches of NASA continue to present society with new technologies that improve life....   [tags: Neil Armstrong, space technology, solar system]
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The Incident Command System - ... This simple tool has gone from a large bottle of water, to a powder filled canister. This has enabled common day household owners to begin battling the fire before the fire department arrives. One lesson that has been learned it that, “Time is of the essence,” in the emergency field. The fire extinguisher enables the homeowner to fight the fire and helps to limit the damage caused. Another innovation commonly over looked is the protection that the fire fighters wear. With the creation of the first department, leather jackets and leather helmets were allotted to the crew....   [tags: emergency, technology, efficiency, management]
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Rapid Intervention Team: A Firefighters Savior - ... Even basic hand tool training with sledgehammers, crowbars, axes, and halligans, is important for survival. Through all this training, the biggest focus is what is called a MAYDAY. A mayday is called when a firefighter is down. Typically, a firefighter will hit the red button which gives him radio priority. Then he calls on the radio and announces, “MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY.” The officer in charge will then reply back, and the downed firefighter will give a LUNAR (location, unit, name, air, and recourses needed)....   [tags: Fire engineering, ]
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Vouchers and School Choice - No Need to Separate Church and State - School Choice: No Need to Separate Church and State Imagine that the fire department decided not to put out fires at synagogues and churches. Or imagine that the police decided not to answer calls from synagogues and churches. "So sorry," they say, "there's a wall of separation around your church, and we can't cross it to help you. Hire your own fire protection and your own security guards." This would rightly be seen as outrageous discrimination. Sure, the government shouldn't specially favor religious institutions, but the government shouldn't discriminate against them, either....   [tags: Persuasive Argumentative Essay Examples] 798 words
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Metal Storm - Metal Storm What is Metal Storm. Metal Storm is a revolutionary type of ballistics technology, utilizing electrical impulses to fire projectiles, rather than conventional mechanical impulses. These weapons have no moving parts aside from the projectiles themselves. The bullets are stacked on end in the barrel, separated only by a thin layer of propellant. A small electric current passing through the barrel ignites the propellant, firing the bullet from the barrel. To prevent one layer of propellant from igniting the rest of the propellant in the barrel, causing a disastrous chain reaction, the bullets are modified so that the head of the bullet will expand, sealing the barrel, when the bullet ahead of it is fired....   [tags: Technology Weapons Essays]
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Fire Fighting Technology - Fire Fighting Technology Innovations in Communication Technology This 80,000 pound powerhouse was just purchased by the Swarthmore Fire & Protective Association. Equipped with a 100-foot aerial and a 2000 gallon per minute (gpm) Hale single stage pump, Tower 14 can knock down just about any fire. "The first five minutes after the first fire apparatus arrives on scene at a large-scale fire are coordinated chaos." Joe Lombardo of the Garden City Fire Department made it a point during fire school to emphasize that a good firefighter will always maintain a clear head even in the most harrowing of circumstances....   [tags: Technology Technological Essays]
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drugs - Bizarre ID case jailed mother State took kids into custody Nona Cason of Sunrise, suspected of being a French fugitive, is now free. When agents with guns swooped down on Nona Cason's life, she lost her kids and her freedom. By SARA OLKON / solkon@herald.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ADVERTISEMENT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MORE BROWARD NEWS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wrong-way driver stirs up Sawgrass The Sawgrass Expressway turned into a fast and furious obstacle course Wednesday afternoon with drivers swerving and crashing, all trying to avoid a Toyota Corolla barreling toward them from the wrong direction....   [tags: essays research papers] 1130 words
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The Fire Fighter Professor - The Fire Fighter Professor is the best study guide system designed to help you obtain your optimal score on the Fire Fighter exam so you can start your career as a firefighter. The Fire Fighter Professor is the number one provider of high quality knowledge designed to help YOU score high on your firefighter exam. Experienced firefighters and exam consultants have provided content, explanations and feedback given by the Fire Fighter Professor. By studying with the Fire Fighter Professor, you will: Increase your understanding of the necessary firefighter material Improve your firefighter exam comfort, familiarity, and completion speed Start preparing immediately as there is no software to be delivered Work from home comfortably (slippers allowed) Study wherever and whenever you desire Have no need to attend expensive firefighter prep classes Most people don't realize just how difficult the firefighter written exam is....   [tags: essays research papers] 619 words
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The Ebola Virus - The raging outbreak of Ebola virus in West Africa, a strain never seen in the region, is scary indeed. To see and read about medical professionals who are supposed to know more than anyone in the society, fall helplessly in the line of duty is very frightening. And when the media love for anything drama is added; fear goes off the roof. Ebola is another of Africa’s brand-killers. And it seems to take the shine away from the story, of a continent that has been rising unprecedentedly in a post-financial crisis era, where economic growth is in short supply....   [tags: Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever 2014]
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Red Adair - Intro - "I've done made a deal with the devil. He said he's going to give me an air-conditioned place when I go down there, if I go there, so I won't put all the fires out." A genuine American hero, Red Adair fought the most terrifying force of nature all over the world for more than 50 years. The oil fires were so hot they melt nearby cars and could roast a man in an instant. Red Adair was an innovator in the development of new fire-fighting techniques that make the oil fields safer and time after time he would risk his own life challenging the most disastrous oil fires of modern times....   [tags: essays research papers] 709 words
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smoke ventilation - Smoke Ventilation Firefighters, lately defined as heroes, have a very exciting job and do some pretty amazing things. My main interests however, is how firefighters ventilate heat and smoke from a structure fire. What pieces of equipment do they use. How do they use those pieces of equipment. Why ventilation is so important and why do they take certain precautions when using their equipment. Growing up in the woods has made my life a lot more different than an average city slicker. You see, I have a thing about fire....   [tags: essays research papers] 1347 words
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To Vent or not to Vent - You are a firefighter and upon arrival at the scene of a working fire you have a lot of decisions to make. One of the most key decisions a chief officer, or firefighter following standard operating procedures has to make in the early stages of a building fire is whether to ventilate or not. The strategy of venting fire buildings must be approached from many angles. In the United States it has long been accepted that there are three criteria for making that decision. Vent for life, safety or the fire with that in mind firefighters must make themselves aware of the effects of ventilating structure before making the that decision....   [tags: essays research papers] 811 words
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Management of Hurricanes in the USA - Management of Hurricanes in the USA What does FEMA stand for. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is an independent agency of the federal government, reporting to the President. What is its mission. " to reduce loss of life and property and protect our nation's critical infrastructure from all types of hazards through a comprehensive, risk-based, emergency management program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery." When was it created. It was created in 1979 but it can trace its beginnings to 1803, when the first disaster legislation was passed, to provide assistance to a New Hamphire town following an extensive fire....   [tags: Papers] 933 words
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Napoleon's Conflict with Russia - Napoleon's Conflict with Russia Napoleon was one of the greatest military leaders of all time. By 1812 Napoleon had expanded the territory of France all over Europe including Spain, Italy, Holland, and Switzerland. The countries that Napoleon did not directly control, he was usually allied with. The turning point of Napoleon's career also came in 1812 when war broke out between France and Russia because of Alexander I's refusal to enforce the continental. Even the French nation could not provide all the manpower and supplies needed to carry out the Emperor's grandiose plan for subduing Russia....   [tags: Papers] 883 words
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Affirmative Action - Affirmative Action DENIED. What would your reaction be if your college application was denied and rejected because of an unjust reason such as affirmative action. Picture this: you worked your butt off the entire way through high school and earned a 4.0 in addition to a 1500 on the SAT’s. You would be pretty confident that you wouldn’t have a problem getting into a good college, right. Wrong. The fact of the matter is; is that you might be cheated out of your education by a below average minority that just barely meets the qualifications to get into college in the first place because of the college’s quota that it must meet for minorities....   [tags: Papers] 2610 words
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Fundamentals of Fire Protection - Fundamentals of Fire Protection Tragedy in Worcester December 3, 1999 December 3, 1999 is a day that forever changed the Worcester Fire Department. Six career fire fighters died after they became lost in a six-story, maze-like, cold storage and warehouse building. Those lost were, Joseph T. McGuirk, 38; James F. Lyons III, 34; Lt. Thomas E. Spencer, 42; Timothy P. Jackson, 51; Paul A. Brotherton, 41; and Jeremiah M. Lucey, 38. (Firehouse.com/worcester May 2002) This research will discuss the importance of operating within the incident command system, the importance of an accountability system, crew integrity, rapid intervention teams and the use of thermal imaging cameras, and operations at abandoned occupancies....   [tags: Papers] 1453 words
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Trucks Now and Then - As we look back over the last sixty-five years, the needfulness for trucks has changed significantly. When we explore the use of trucks in the 1940's, they were considered to have an important value in their demand as well as an indispensable tool. The uses of trucks have changed dramatically in today's society when compared to the 1940's. They are no longer considered a just an essential part of transporting goods, however, we now use them as a necessity for life. Trucks were very different in the early days compared to the trucks of today....   [tags: Cars Transportation Compare] 1525 words
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To Kill A Mockingbird Essay: Gender Roles and Feminism - Gender Roles and Feminism in To Kill a Mockingbird When the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, was written by Harper Lee, the Southern United States was still clinging tightly to traditional values. Southern societies pressured men to behave as gentlemen, and women were expected to be polite and wear dresses. These stringent gender roles were adhered to in small southern towns because they were isolated from the more progressive attitudes in other areas of the United States. Harper Lee documents the life of one young girl growing up in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama....   [tags: Feminism Feminist Women Criticism] 1326 words
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School Violence - Giive Peace a Chance - School Violence:  All We Are Saying is give Peace a Chance    "Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule." ( Buddha.) Beginning in 1997, the frequency of school shootings has been increasing at an alarming rate. On December 1, 1997, Mike Carneal walks into Heath High School in Paducah, Kentucky and opens fire on a daily prayer group. When the spray of bullets ceased, three young girls lay dead and five others were wounded. Classmates claim that Carneal hung out with people who did not believe in God and would sometimes heckle the morning worshippers....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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