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Handel

- George Frideric Handel was born in Halle, Germany on February 23, 1685. He expressed an interest in music at an early age. While his mother encouraged this love of music, his father, George Handel, was not supportive of him pursuing music as a career, and pushed him towards a career in law. However, when Handel was 9, a duke heard him playing the organ and persuaded his father to let Handel study under Friedrich Zachow (the organist at the Liebfrauenkirche at Halle) who instructed him in the organ as well as composing....   [tags: Biography]

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The Five Pillars of Islam

- Like many other religions, the Muslim faith has experienced many changes and branches. Like Christianity, the original faith is still practiced by some, but others have started new branches with their own unique interpretation being Muslim. Despite these differences within the Muslim religion, one set of rules for moral guidance is central to all. These rules are the Five Pillars of Islam. The Five Pillars act as a moral compass for Muslims and are universally accepted as they are mentioned specifically in the Qur’an, the sacred Muslim book of God’s words as they were recited to Muhammad (Molloy, 425)....   [tags: Islam ]

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A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens

- Bella Brandon Lynn Hovde English 101 28 October 2014 A Christmas Carol A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a holiday novella published in 1843. Dickens wrote this book after he finds himself struggling with his writing meaning he wasn 't getting much attention from his readers; immediately after he released a Christmas carol, it became popular all around the word and it gave live to his writing once again. It 's been said that A Christmas carol is Dickens best work and has been adapted many times to film and other media; the popularity of the book remained, and has not been out of print even today....   [tags: A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, Jacob Marley]

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The Customs of Rosh Hashanah

- The Customs of Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah falls on the first of Tishri, a Jewish month which falls in September. It is regarded as a high holy day, on which all normal activity ceases. Even those Jews who are not particularly observant will make an effort to attend the synagogue. It is known as Yomim Norain, or day of awe. It is a day on which one should show humility to God and acknowledge that whatever our intentions may be we will descend into sin. On this day one should become particularly aware of sin, as it is a day for reflection....   [tags: Papers]

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Social Attitudes Of The State And Private Charities

- Throughout the period between 1850-1914 the state and private charities both provided for poor men, women and children. However, these two different organisations provided different forms of aid and the forms of this varied between the sexes and age groups. This differentiation is extremely important in understanding social attitudes of the upper classes towards lower classes, as well as women, and whether the state and charities were trying to reduce poverty or simply confine it. The actions of the state and private charities were rather broad throughout all categories, so some narrowing down has to occur....   [tags: Poverty, Poor Law, Workhouse]

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Emergency Medical And Labor Treatment Act Of 1986

- Emergency Medical and Labor Treatment Act of 1986 One of the biggest health care controversies includes the Emergency Medical and Labor Treatment Act of 1986. According to the textbook, EMTALA requires hospitals to treat everyone who presents in the emergency departments, regardless of ability to pay (Sultz, H., & Young, K, 320). This law come about in order to stop patient dumping. In other words, refusing emergency care to those who were unable to pay. Today, however, it has allowed for the uninsured to receive medical care, but in turn, affects our hospitals....   [tags: Hospital, Emergency department, Urgent care]

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Gaskell's North and South

- At a time when England was experiencing tremendous growth and change, Elizabeth Gaskell began her first novel, North and South, highlighting the condition of industrial England. Staggering poverty coupled with immense prosperity offered a duality unmatched by any other time period in England’s economic history. “The whole assemblage of buildings is commonly called Manchester, and contains about four hundred thousand inhabitants, rather more than less” (Broadview 58). Manchester, England, presented the stark contrast between middle and lower classes, as men became not only masters, but masters of men....   [tags: Economy, American History, Literary Analysis]

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The Practices and Beliefs of Islam

- The Practices and Beliefs of Islam Islam is a religion that has existed for millions of years. The followers believed that there is one God and Muhammad is his messenger. Muhammad was deeply troubled by the idols worship of Arabs and the moral ills of society. When he was about 40, he was meditating and heard a voice. According to Muslim the belief the voice was that of the angel Gabriel it said, 'Proclaim.' When Muhammad asked what should I proclaim the voice responded with proclaim in the name of God....   [tags: Islam Religion Islamic Essays History]

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Princess Diana's Life

- Princess Diana was a well know person to people all around the world. She was kind, sweet, and honest to everybody she meets. Diana held many charity events; she was the president of Barnardo’s which is a charity for troubled children and also helped raise money for other charities such as the AIDS Crisis Trust.(Sherry Beck PaProcki,62-63) Diana is a very nice person; she would go to hospitals and sit with patients that didn’t have any family that would come visit them so she went and visited so they would know that they’re not alone....   [tags: biography, britannica, charles]

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Florence Nightingale and the History of Christianity in Nursing

- Florence Nightingale is the most well known figure in nursing history. She is best known for the advances she made in sanitation, hospital statistical records, public health and community nursing. Nightingale also wrote extensively on her religious, political and philosophical views and how they carried over into her duties as a Christian and nurse. Florence Nightingale’s contributions to nursing were largely influenced by her beliefs about God. Nightingale wrote extensively of her spiritual and religious beliefs and their connection to the way she practiced nursing....   [tags: Nursing ]

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The University Of Portland And I Have An Incredible Experience

- ... What I have taken from being in college thus far is that I should be in a diverse population that is also much larger to escape my comfort zone I originally chose. I hope to either continue my pursuit of a biology degree, or pursue majors in chemistry or biochemistry because it seems easier to me. If I am accepted to University of Washington, I will not enter my intended major field until I have proven to myself, family, and the school community that I am prepared and knowledgeable enough for the major route....   [tags: Family, Medicine, High school, Catholic Church]

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New Project: Creating an Amusement Park

- We want to start an amusement park, titled Fun Land because we consider it to be a fun family experience. A large amount of money can be profited from the experience. Our short term goals include getting the business up and running with reliable employees, getting the Fun Land name out into the public, paying off some of the debt, and giving customers a good experience. Our goals in five years include having new and attractive rides, good flow of customers, and good reputation. In ten years we want to generate millions of dollars, expand, and build new and exciting rides....   [tags: Family, Entertainment, Planning]

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Into The Wild Synthesis Essay

- ... All of these variables resulted in Chris despising the society from which he benefited from. This led him to seek a simpler existence. This is a novel concept and notwithstanding his obvious errors and judgment. Jon Krakauer describes Chris’ mistakes in the passage, “ He Embarked on his expedition alone, no money, no car, no phone. He only had the things in his backpack to survive.” Krakauer tells the reader in this statement that Chris McCandless made mistakes that cost him his life. If Chris had the necessary materials he needed, he could have survived in the wild....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]

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Ronald McDonald House Charities

- Ronald McDonald House Charities 1) Most of us have experienced a time in our lives when we have dealt with the burdens of sickness. Can you think of a time when a loved one has been severely ill. Or of a time when you, yourself, have been in the hospital. Can you imagine not being able to physically be with that sick loved one, or not having your loved ones nearby to support you while you were sick. Now imagine being a parent with a child who has a life-threatening illness, such as cancer. Wouldn’t that be hard....   [tags: Non-Profit Organization, Health]

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The Role of Pilgrimage in Christianity

- The Role of Pilgrimage in Christianity Those who support this quote might say that pilgrimage is unnecessary in a Christian’s life, and better things could be done with the time or money. Those against the quote would say that pilgrimage is a very important thing in a Christian’s life because they could grow spiritually and prepare themselves to care for others. To know what Christians should do to follow Christ's example, we have to look in the Bible at the New Testament....   [tags: Papers]

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Coming of Aage and Love in the Story Araby

- Love often times is one of the strongest motivators. Love can inspire acts of extreme bravery, crush one’s heart, and can even force a person to move on and grow up. In this novel, Araby is a bazaar that conveyed an ill-assorted blend of pseudo-Eastern romanticism and blatant commercialism. For one shilling, as the advertisement put it, one could visit "Araby in Dublin" and at the same time aid the Jervis Street Hospital (Stone). What does love have to do with a foreign bazaar. In the short story a young boy secretly falls in love with a girl and promises to bring her a gift from Araby....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Coming of Age]

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Gilgamesh's and Scrooge's Character Changes

- Gilgamesh's' and Scrooges' Character Changes The character Gilgamesh from Epic of Gilgamesh and the character Scrooge from Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol grow during their respective storylines and experience a number of character changes. Through a series of trials, one sees both Gilgamesh and Scrooge transform from powerful but selfish individuals to beings possessing kindness and empathy. In the beginning, Gilgamesh is a fantastic athlete and warrior. As one would expect from an individual who is two thirds god and one third man, his beauty, strength and courage surpassed all others....   [tags: Comparative Literature]

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A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt

- ‘A Man for All Seasons’ is a play written by Robert Bolt, previously for BBC Radio in 1954 before revising it on stage. It was premiered on the 1st of July 1960 at the Global Theatre in London. The story begins when Sir Thomas More, a scholar and a statesman, advises Richard Rich to be a teacher instead of striving to be affluent but he fails. He then gives Rich an Italian cup that was given to him by a lady he reviewed. It was given as a bribe and he did not realise it until after receiving it and decides not to keep it....   [tags: play analysis]

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Applying for a Job in the Fashion Industry

- Introduction ‘This position is best suited for a student or graduate who is fluent in English and whose written English is exceptional. You should also be able to display good knowledge of fashion history and a keen interest in vintage fashion.’ (The Gathering Goddess Vintage Boutique, 2013) I believe this extract from the job description, found on fashionjobs.com, relates to me in more ways than one. I may not have an extensive knowledge of fashion history, but it is something I am keen to gain....   [tags: career choices and opportunities]

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William Booth and the Salvation Army

- The Salvation Army is well known around the world as a charity to help people living in poverty. Less known about The Salvation Army is that its original purpose was to become a form of religion. William Booth, the founder of The Salvation Army did not want the purpose of The Salvation Army to stray too far from the idea that all people are free to worship Christ. It was because Booth believed that the most efficient way to reach people living in poverty was to offer them food, clothing, and shelter while preaching to them....   [tags: social issues, poverty]

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Healthcare Plans in the United States

- ... In this case, this Medicare plan makes it easy for the patient to access health care service since one does not require a referral to visit a specialist or obtain other services like carrying out x-ray tests and other lab services. Availability of paper work, for instance, medical records that one initially acquired from primary physician is enough for presentation. For a patient to get quality service based on the diagnosis, one should not forget to ask the doctor whether there is any paper work he should carry along with....   [tags: insurance, access to hospital services]

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Costa Coffee And The United Kingdom

- ... They would enquire the customers about their preference of milk content, whipped cream and cocoa powder for the topping of their drinks. The baristas would say “Enjoy your coffee” while handling customers their drinks. Soft and relaxing music were played in the shop. There is a book rack in the corner arranged with books and some other reading materials. A charity book sale was going on in the shop and the funds collected will go to the Costa Foundation. Most of the books are fictionals, such as Eclipse, New Moon from the Twilight series and Remember Me by Sophie Kinsella which I find them quite interesting....   [tags: Coffee, Coffeehouse, Espresso, Drink]

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Redemption in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

- Redemption in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Introduction Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas carol reflecting on the society that he live in the Victoria Era. During the reign of Queen Victoria Britain became one of the most Industrialised countries in European. From Britain Factories, mills, shipyards came products ranging from steam locomotives, to textiles and ship, while coal miners toiled deep below the ground to produce the coal needed to power Britain expanding Industries. During Victorian times there was a serious gap between the rich and poor....   [tags: Christmas Carol Charles Dickens Essays]

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Great Expectations: Gods Law Vs. Human Law

- Great Expectations: God's Law vs. Human Law In his book Great Expectations, the problematic nature of moral judgement and justice that stems from a conflict between God's law and human law is one of several topical themes that Charles Dickens addresses. This paradox regularly surfaces in his treatment of plot and setting, and is more subtlety illustrated in his use of character. To facilitate the reader's awareness of such a conflict, the narrator often uses language that has Christian connotations when relating his thoughts and when giving descriptions of the environment, characters and events that take place....   [tags: Great Expectations Essays]

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Rumors of Aurora Masonic Lodge#156

- Cross View on Aurora Masonic Lodge#156 Charly Gnonlonfoun Community College of Aurora The birth of Freemasonry can be dated as far back as the 13th century when groups of unionized workers would help one another to build cathedrals, but officially the organization itself was born in 1717.This fraternal order is seen by a certain opinion as evil .So, they classified it as part of the illuminati and secret society which only goal is to lead the world. For them, Freemason has secret and satanic agenda....   [tags: The essay concerns a specific group/building.]

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Spread The Word

- God exists. Although this opinion remains debatable to say the least, Dostoevsky needed to show that he thought of it as an absolute fact. Dostoevsky had converted from atheism before writing Crime and Punishment. While his previous work had shown Dostoevsky as a believer in the new philosophies of the time, Crime and Punishment has various religious influences and takes a stand against these philosophies, such as Nihilism. These religious influences show up often in Crime and Punishment in the form of inexplicable occurrences that stand out from the realistic aspects of the book....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Emanuel Medical Center Issues

- Emanuel Medical Center (EMC) is having an enormous amount of issues, financially. Even the CEO, Robert Moen, knows they are experiencing a number of challenges and it cannot be fixed overnight. One of the main challenges EMC are facing is the federal regulation change(s). They are playing a big role in the financial struggle with lower reimbursement rates for federal insurance programs, implementation of EMTALA laws, development of services offered by other local competing hospitals, changes in service area demographics, which have all contributed to five sequential negative operating margins for EMC....   [tags: Emergency, Finance, Healthcare]

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Padre Pio

- Padre Pio, whose real name was Francesco Forgione was born on May 25, 1887 in Pietralcina, a small town in southern Italy. Every since he was a child he has always showed love towards the religious life. It is said that at the age of 5 Padre Pio had already dedicated his life to God. He had an extreme love for prayer. At the age of sixteen he entered the ‘Capuchin Friars’ which are a religious order in memory of St. Francis of Assisi. From the first time Padre Pio had entered into the Friary he was already recognized by his teachers as someone special....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Love and Relationships In Islam and Christianity

- Love and Relationships In Islam and Christianity Introduction In this report, I will be comparing and contrasting the differences in the views of marriage, chastity, relationships and more between two religions of my choice - Islam and Christianity. I chosen Islam as one of my religions as I am a Muslim and believe that I can make this report more interesting by including first hand views on these topics along as other information. I chose Christianity, because out of Christianity and Hinduism, it is the religion which I am more aware of and know most about....   [tags: Papers]

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Gift Aid

- Gift Aid (UK) iMIS Gift Aid allows UK charities to reclaim tax on Gift Aid donations, which adds a significant percentage to the value of a gift at no cost to the donor. In iMIS you can: * Record and manage Gift Aid declarations from your donors. * Generate data for Gift Aid tax reclaims. * Create tax reclaim reports for HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). How Gift Aid Works Let's say Paul earned £1000 last month. Assuming he pays regular income tax on his earnings at the basic rate of 20%, £200 in tax was deducted from his pay, and Paul took home the remaining £800 in his paycheck....   [tags: Business Analysis]

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Haji: Arabic Word for Pilgrimage

- Haji: Arabic Word for Pilgrimage Hajj is the Arabic word for pilgrimage and pilgrimage means a special journey of a religious significance. The word Hajj is to set out with a definite purpose and Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. The five pillars of Islam are: Shahadah which is statement of belief, Sawm - is fasting during Ramadi, Salah prayer five times a day which is communicating with Allah. Zakat charitable giving and the fifth pillar of Islam is Hajj which is pilgrimage to Makkah....   [tags: Papers]

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A Christian Place of Pilgrimage

- A Christian Place of Pilgrimage One Christian place of pilgrimage is located in Lourdes in the south of France. This is thought to be the site of the first apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The history of Lourdes is as follows. In 1858 there was a girl called Bernadette Soubirous, 14, whose father was an ex-miller and whose family was poor. One day she was with her sister and her friend collecting firewood. When she was by the river bank at a place called Massabieille she heard a gust of wind and saw a lady standing in a niche above the cave entrance, dressed in white with a blue sash and a rosary around her arm....   [tags: Papers]

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Everything and Nothing

- I was standing on the edge of nothing. Nothing, nothing, nothing. I remember that the air was sweet, yet sickly. Yet all I could smell was nothing. My eyes, barely taking in my surroundings, couldn’t really believe what I was seeing. The ground below me looked inviting, yet strangely austere. To my left, cars. To my right, a path. A path to where. A path to nothing. I did not know. And more importantly, I did not care. All I cared about was the view in front of me. Everything and Nothing, my local pub was waiting for me....   [tags: personal narrative]

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The Legacy of Chris McCandless of Into The Wild, by Jon Krakauer

- Ultimate freedom is an odyssey everyone, at least once in their lifetime, tries to conquer. Chris McCandless did everything in his power to try and capture that freedom he was searching for. He ultimately gave up his own life during that quest. Did he find what he was searching for. We may never know. Very many people have diverse opinions on this character. Chris McCandless was not selfish. He was a young, well-educated boy. His parents handed him everything on a silver platter; he wanted to prove not only to himself but to everyone else he could do things on his own....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]

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Chris McCandless' Search For Truth in Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild

- Human nature tells us to want what we can't or don't have. Everything from people to a toy to a kind of hairstyle – we just always want what isn't ours. Chris McCandless from Jon Krakauer's Into The Wild is no exception. He lives his life as part of an upper-middle class family, is smart, and goes to and does well in college, but he still feels like something is missing from his life. He want something completely opposite of the life he's used to. Chris McCandless spent a lot of time looking for something entirely different from what he already had and while he found true happiness it eventually lead to his demise....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]

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To What Extent Did Eva Peron Influence Argentine Politics from 1946-1952?

- A. Plan of Investigation The focus of this investigation is about the extent of Eva Peron’s influence in Argentine politics from 1946 to her death in 1952. Popular culture paints her as the symbol of Peronism, the heroine of the poor, underrepresented, labor workers, or the descamisados, or “the shirtless ones.” The study will focus on the Perons’ rise to power, as well the period in which they were leaders of Argentina, to the first fall of Peronism. This investigation will be evaluating how influential Eva Peron truly was in regards to the success of the Peronist government....   [tags: Plan of Investigation, Argentina, Politics]

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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and the Movie Christmas Cupid

- ... The Ghost of Christmas Present represents celebration and charity. He takes Scrooge on a journey to Bob Cratchit’s (Scrooge’s employee) house and shows him that even though he has overworked Bob, he still shows Christmas joy. The Ghost tells him to stay away from Ignorance and Want within himself, just before disappearing. Sloane is shown her secretary, Ella (our “Bob Cratchit” of Christmas Cupid), telling her son that she won’t be home on Christmas Day. Also she sees how she takes her best friend for granted and that her mother is going to be alone for Christmas....   [tags: theme analysis]

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A Brief Note On The Emergency Room For Norwegian American Hospital

- ... The edges around his cracked lips were full of dried blood and his gums were peaking out of his mouth. His arms were full of scabs and marks; most likely from drug injections. The nurse came into the room to tell me that he was in fact a substance abuser and he was currently experiencing alcohol withdrawals. Alcohol withdrawals are very lethal, because they can lead to severe complications such as seizures. Without alcohol ones body is unable to function, and therefore they will experience symptoms such as trembling and nausea....   [tags: Addiction, Alcoholism, Drug addiction, Woman]

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The Woman Who Changed the Style of the World

- The term “The Little Black Dress,” the fragrance “Chanel No. 5,” the Chanel suit with its soft, cardigan-like jacket and skirt, have become part of the timeless fashion vocabulary familiar to us all. From our perspective, these aspects of modern fashion hardly seem revolutionary, but Coco Chanel was a businesswoman who became successful by adopting fashion to the evolving role of women in a rapidly changing wartime society; her vision that left a legacy which endures to this day. To understand the role of Coco Chanel as a fashion revolutionary, it is important to understand the era that she lived in and how the world of fashion differed from the one we know today....   [tags: Fashion ]

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Gilgamesh, The Thousand And One Nights, And The Ramayana

- ... He physically and mentally hurt his people with exhaustion from too much labor. The gods heard the cry of the people of Uruk and sent down a man named Enkidu. Encode was as magnificent as Gilgamesh and ruled over the wilderness. They became great friends who went out on many journeys killing dangerous and beasts. Gilgamesh was very heart broken when Enkidu died from an illness inflicted by the gods. At the end Gilgamesh travels to the edge of the world and learned about the days before the deluge and other secrets of the gods and then recorded them on stone tablets....   [tags: Rama, Ramayana, Epic poetry, Epic of Gilgamesh]

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Different Aspects of Caring for a Muslim Family

- Caring for cultures other than your own requires respect, sensitivity, understanding and creativity. This paper will explore the different aspects of caring for a Muslim family, how aspects of care may be altered and what approaches may be necessary in caring for them. It will also review interventions nurses may utilize when caring for a child from this culture. Culture and Caring Working with different cultures is inevitable in nursing. As nurses we must be open to the challenges of working with different cultures and finding creative solutions to the health care challenges we may experience when caring for patients that are of a different culture....   [tags: nurses in a cross cultural setting]

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Pie in the Sky: Personal Health Records (PHR)

- Imagine a world where everyone paid their taxes, gave to charity and proactively monitored their own health. It would be amazing. There would be enough money for healthcare, research and the cost for both would be substantially less, freeing up money for endeavors such as education. A personal health record (PHR) working in harmony with the electronic medical record (EMR) is the ideal union to facilitate a healthy population, but we are not there. To be honest, I do not foresee the PHR taking root, but for the sake of this paper, I will shove my pessimism in the closet, hide the key and eat my pie (I like key lime), while walking in the land of utopia....   [tags: physician, consumers, care, quality]

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Too Many Children in Orphanages Throughout the World

- ... Rosa Monckton published an account on the Mail Online of her visit at a Bulgarian orphanage. She says: “Standing in a room full of cots, reeking of urine and other rank, unidentifiable smells, I picked up the baby nearest to me. His skin was translucent and hung loosely over his skeletal frame; his eyes were dull and his body limp. I could feel every single bone. I cradled him in my arms, and the only weight came from his stinking nappy, which was overflowing down his legs. He was a pathetic bundle of bone and skin....   [tags: abuse, poverty, adoption]

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Cyperspace is a World of Opportunities for Bullies

- What makes cyberspace a world of opportunities for bullies. Half of U.S. Students are bullied in the traditional sense everyday, from the lunchroom and playground, to the bus and hallways. Mostly bullying takes the form of harsh words, such as teasing and taunting, without any physical punishment. This usually happens during a face-to-face encounter, such as during lunch, where there are time limits and supervision. Cyberspace, however, allows for even more tortuous days, where even going home can't stop the ridiculing and the name-calling....   [tags: gossip, online, computers]

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Analysis Of The Book ' By Jacob Riis

- ... He said that the tramps might be sent to an island for six months. After that, he described the people’s life in that area which known as “the bend”. He said that a share of stale-beer traffic has left “the bend” due to an Italian tramp landlord. He said that any real tramp could cross the frontier of that land at morning only to entreat. All the profits from that was going to the Italian. Then, he talked about the worst thing of the tenements. The worst thing was to find the hallways were occupied by tenements, who called “sitters,” who couldn’t pay the admission fee to a stale-beer dive....   [tags: Poverty, Wealth, Muckraker, Homelessness]

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The Legacy of Queen of Elizabeth II

- In every country, there are individuals who have had an importance to their time period. This importance is highlighted by the individual’s background, roles, and actions. ““The things which I have here before promised, I will perform and keep. So help me God.” The words the Queen said on her Coronation Day as she laid her hand on the bible” (Bradford 4). At the young age of twenty five, Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary became Queen. The Queen is now the second-longest reigning Monarch in England, reigning for fifty nine years thus far....   [tags: Biography of Her Majesty the Queen]

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Not-for-Profit Healthcare, For-profit Healthcare and Physician Incentives

- Some medical facilities are not-for-profit organizations. They can be a charitable organization or an educational organization or both. There are other not-for-profit medical and public health programs that provide health care to many communities in this country. Some of the best hospitals in America are educational not-for-profit facilities. They work with some of the newest technology and some perform experimental procedures. Most public health programs are ran as not-for-profit organizations and operated for charitable and educational purposes....   [tags: medical facilities, health programs, healthcare]

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The Exciting Careers Your Business Management Degree

- ... These are skills that can translate to any industry. So this degree is great for someone who’s undecided about which type of business they would like to work for. TYPES OF JOBS Business management degree jobs are quite diverse. This could lead to quite a number of careers paths including healthcare, sales, hospitality, charity and the government Truly, your options are endless. Here are some other professional career paths you could see yourself working in, as a result of this degree… Human Resources As a human resources manager, you will be expected to training, recruitment and compensations of the employees working at a company....   [tags: Management, Management occupations]

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

- The world is full of diversity. You can find this diversity in nature, along with people their cultures and belief systems. The following paper will describe three of these belief systems in order to familiarize the reader with a small example of how a belief system shapes their response to healthcare. The three religions that will be covered will be Baha'i Faith, Islam, and Buddhism. In the Bahá'í faith they believe in an universal consciousness, teaching that there is only one God, that there is only one human race, and that all the world’s religions represent stages in the revelation of God’s will and purpose for humanity....   [tags: Health Care ]

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Into the Wild, by Jon Krakauer

- Into the Wild, written by Jon Krakauer, is the story of a young man named Christopher Johnson McCandless who ventured off to Alaska and tried to survive in the wild. McCandless grew up in Annandale, Virginia where he attended school and made very good grades, rarely bringing home anything below an A. His father, Walt worked for NASA for a little while, before starting his own business with Chris’s mother, Billie, out of their own home. They worked hard and for long hours to get the business up and running and it finally paid off....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]

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Congregation of Germanton and Bethel Churches

- Both Germanton and Bethel churches are made up of mostly seniors. These are men and women who, in most cases accepted Jesus as Savior years ago. I underscore that this is great… a really great first step. (Prevenient grace has moved to Justifying grace in their lives.) However, Wesley felt it important that people not stop with Justifying grace, but to continue on toward maturity (Sanctifying grace). To do this, virtues such as faith, mercy, charity, and love must show themselves in works....   [tags: God, devotion, bible]

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Health Care Criteria Throughout the World

- In our world, each country has a set criterion to follow in order to establish health care for people in different societies. The way the resources are allocated, and the standard of health care delivered, varies from country to country. When you think about healthcare services around the world, there are so many diverse countries that run health care in different ways. Comparing the United States to other countries such as Canada and Poland is very interesting in the part of how health care is handled....   [tags: patients, medical coverage, HMO]

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Brief Chapter Summaries of Oliver Twist

- · Author's Preface o The author was unhappy with the incorrect portrayal of the thieves of London o He decided to write about their true wretchedness instead as a deed to society o He explains why he chose to write with this mindset and how important it was to do so · Chapter 1 o The author does not describe the setting in any detail o Oliver was born in a workhouse, which is ironically described as being a good thing for him o Oliver looked as if he would die soon after his birth o He finally gave signs of life, but the life he would lead would not be worth living o His young mother died with him in her arms o Oliver was immediately defined as a poor member of the lowest level of society be...   [tags: Orphan, England]

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The Effects of Terrorism on Children

- My essay examines the effects of terrorism on children in a society, using the incessant activities of Boko Haram in Nigeria as buttress points. This paper also seeks to enlighten the Government and general public on the consequences of these nefarious attacks on children; who are often the most marred both emotional and physically in critical times like these. The current acts of terrorism in Nigeria and subsequent kidnapping of over 200 teenage girls, which has now become an international issue, shall be the focus of my discourse....   [tags: nigeria, social media, awareness]

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The Legacy Of Dorthea Lynde Dix

- ... Dorthea Dix established five hospitals in the U.S and she also implored for human rights when she went to Europe. Dorthea Lynde Dix was an educator and an advocate whose commitment guided her to assist the mentally ill. Dix visited numerous prisons and she witnessed victims in a prison in Massachusetts who were mentally ill and they were being abused, harassed, and Dix was the type of woman who did not stay silent regarding these huge issues that these innocent people faced. Dorthea Dix realized that the people in the institutions who were mentally ill suffered a great amount and it was truly unjust and the barbarity they encountered was patently abysmal....   [tags: Psychiatric hospital, Psychiatry, Human rights]

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We Must Prevent Child Abuse

- With the abundance of issues that currently surround the citizens of this country, decisions must be made when it comes to prioritizing these challenges in order to most effectively solve them. Different groups of people have varying views in terms of what is most important to work on. Due to this disagreement, there is a standstill and some issues are left to grow while they are overshadowed. While the United States government focuses their attention mainly on the economy and foreign affairs, the issue of protecting children from abuse and neglect is an ongoing struggle that needs to be more acknowledged....   [tags: social issues, parental roles]

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Social Networking: Keeping You Connected

- Social networking opens up the world for its users, allowing them to keep track of people, places, and events in a completely new way. Instead of living within the limits of our physical environment, we can be in touch with the entire world. It creates a place for all of your friends, family and even coworkers to share little bits of their lives, satisfying our curious nature. It keeps us connected, simply put. Whether you are posting a "Happy Birthday" on your grandmother's wall, or tweeting about being at a concert and meeting up with friends who also had tickets as a result, social networking keeps us connected to anyone and everyone that we see fit....   [tags: facebook, myspace]

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The Case of Lizzie Borden

- The case of Lizzie Borden is still one of the most talked about mysteries ever. The crime happened during the 1800s and to this day no one has ever been convicted for the murders of Lizzie’s father and stepmother. There have been many theories to what happened on that day. Lizzie Borden was the obvious suspect, but was never charged with murder. The Lizzie Borden case may remain a mystery forever. Lizzie Andrew Borden was born on July 19, 1860 in Fall River, Massachusetts (Encyclopaedia Britannica)....   [tags: crime, mystery, financial matter]

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Living With Asperger´s Syndrome Disorder

- Randy is 12 years old. He is a son of a quad family, which consist of student mom, employed father, and 14 years old sister. He is 7th Grade, he was held back this year. He has Asperger's Syndrome disorder. His parent equality shares his education supports. His aunts, phonics' teacher, and old mother of autistic son they both provide help and support for Randy's family, as they need. There is nothing to do with his sister except sharing interests. Randy's family described as a democratic family that everyone has a voice....   [tags: family, education, disorders]

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Health Care Around the World

- In our world, each country has a set criterion to follow in order to establish health care for people in different societies. The standard of health care received varies from country to country. When you think about health care services around the world, there are so many diverse countries that run health care in different ways. Comparing the United States to other countries such as Canada and Japan is very interesting in the part of how health care is handled. Health care is an important service that touches the daily lives of millions of people at important and vulnerable times; some issues involving health care include those who are covered, source of payment, patient preferences and qua...   [tags: United States, third world countries]

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Is The Myth Of Cassandra?

- ... The first time we went to his office in Melbourne, he received us openly and with much enthusiasm. All his staff followed an ethical protocol of affection and respect. Each time we drove to his office in Melbourne, my parent’s worry regarding our family’s limited resources and the strain the visit would place on our family caused noticeable tension in the car, impossible to ignore despite the movies playing on the box TV my Dad had physically taped to the back of the driver’s seat. Usually, however, we’d approach to the front desk to pay and would find that Dr....   [tags: Autism, Causes of autism]

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Health Care And Rehabilitation Facilities

- ... It is important for the patient to know what services are needed to determine what facility they need to go to. There is also inpatient care which is more in the hospital setting. Depending on the size hospital it will determine how they are financed, which then determines the form of insurance that they accept. Majority of hospitals are able to give patients medical care no matter if they have statutory or private health insurance (Healthcare in Germany, 2015). The larger hospitals in Germany are most likely receiving finances from a municipality or by the state....   [tags: Medicine, Health care, Health care provider]

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The Morality of Reading The Catcher in the Rye in School

- The Morality of Reading The Catcher in the Rye in School The story of The Catcher In The Rye, can and is misinterpreted by many people. It is very easy to find The Catcher In The Rye immoral if you are reading the book only to prove that idea. This is so because you can ignore the good things and ideas the author is trying to convey by using certain incidents that might be labeled wrong. On the other hand, if you are reading the book and taking that extra step to analyze the things that Holden Caulfield does and the things that happens to him you end up having a greater appreciation for the novel and what it says....   [tags: Catcher in the Rye J.D. Salinger Education Essays]

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How Individual Christians Live Out what they Have Celebrated in Mass

- How Individual Christians Live Out what they Have Celebrated in Mass In this part of the essay I will show how individual Christians live out what they have celebrated in mass. Many people go out and live the words of God. All Christians believe in certain laws and commandments of their religion e.g. “Love your neighbour as yourself”. Anyone who counts themselves a member of the Catholic church, and takes part in the Eucharist, goes out and becomes responsible to contribute to the -Community life of the Church -Prayer for the whole Church -Fellowship of God’s people -Action necessary to help the poor Catholics believe that they have a part of Jesus insi...   [tags: Papers]

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A Christmas Carol - character study of Scrooge

- A Christmas Carol - character study of Scrooge "A Christmas Carol" “Scrooge. A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner!” Scrooge is the main character in the novel ‘A Christmas Carol’. At the beginning of the novel he is a brutal, evil, pitiless, cold-hearted man, but subsequent to meeting three spirits, Scrooge regrets his life and decides he needs to alter it. The main theme Charles Dickens conveys through the story is redemption; this is significant especially in the Victorian era, whilst there was an immense gap between the prosperous and the inadequate....   [tags: English Literature]

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Accepting Responsibility for the Behavior Towards Eva Smith

- Accepting Responsibility for the Behavior Towards Eva Smith Although each member of the Birling family and Gerald Croft have had contact with Eva Smith/Daisy Renton during the previous two years, none of them is aware of the others´ involvement in the tragedy until the day of the Inspector's visit. He makes them aware of the part they have played in her tragic end. The characters each react differently to the news and to the degree of responsibility which they should bear, Therefore I think the Inspector Call has caused the character to think about their actions towards Eva Smith....   [tags: An Inspector Calls J.B. Priestley Essays]

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Theme of Epiphany in James Joyce's Ulysses

- The Theme of Epiphany in Ulysses             James Joyce's Ulysses is a novel of epic proportions that has been proclaimed the greatest piece of literature of the twentieth century. Ulysses takes place in Dublin, Ireland on June 16, 1904. The book is full of parallels, metaphors, and experimental literary techniques. However, a dominant theme is that of epiphany. Not necessarily religious in meaning, the Joycean idea of epiphany is a sudden discovery of the essential nature or meaning of something....   [tags: Joyce Ulysses Essays]

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Princess Diana Spoke Volumes on AIDS Awareness

- During Princess Diana's life she helped with many foundations and charities. But she finally dedicated herself to one cause in particular. Princess Diana became very involved with helping AIDS sufferers and their families. Starting in the early nineties until her death in 1997 Diana did everything she could to help all AIDS foundations. Even though she was regal, she did not consider herself better than any AIDS sufferer, and constantly held AIDS victims and visted them when everyone else was afraid of their touch....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Examination of the Leadership Ability of Bono

- Examination of the Leadership Ability of Bono INTRODUCTION Nearly since the formation of the band U2 in 1976, their vocalist Paul Hewson, better known as Bono, has set out to make a difference in the world. Bono first started with performing his band's music at benefit concerts, and contributing to songs that raised money for charity. Since then, he has broadened his prospective of world issues, and has greatly increased his charitable and humanitarian work. This paper will reflect on Bono's abilities to aid underdeveloped nations with debt cancellation and AIDS, for organizations such as Drop the Debt, which erased $100 billion in Third World debt, and DATA (Debt AIDS Trade Africa), which...   [tags: Case Study, Analysis, solution]

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Dickens' Message in A Christmas Carol

- Dickens' Message in A Christmas Carol A Christmas Carol is a compelling tale of greed, love and charity. It is the story of an old man called Ebenezer Scrooge who hates Christmas. Throughout the tale, four ghosts visit Scrooge and try to change his opinion. Dickens was sending a message to his readers that Christmas is the time of year where everybody should rejoice and be happy. Dickens was obviously trying to make a statement that we should all enjoy life as we have only one chance to....   [tags: Papers]

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The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

- The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Q: How does Charles Dickens manipulate readers feeling about Ebenezer Scrooge throughout the Christmas Carol. Charles Dickens is well known for his host of distinctively cruel, comic and repugnant novels; he remains the most widely read of Victorian novelists. He was born in Portsmouth in 1812 and was the second child of a clerk in the navy pay-office. His childhood was not a happy one. As in 1824 his father was imprisoned. Dickens got sent to work in a blacking warehouse....   [tags: Papers]

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A Comparison of Two Advertisements

- A Comparison of Two Advertisements I am going to compare the two advertisements l have been given, one is 'Save the children' and one is 'Barnardo's'. The points I am going to discuss are logo and contact information, slogan use of emotive language, use of repetition, pictures, use of 'you', message, appeal and target audience. The logo in the 'Save the Children' leaflet is the upper half of a body reaching upwards. It is encircled by a thick line with a gap before it reaches the body....   [tags: Adverts, Compare and Contrast]

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Alexander Supertramp Social Life

- People misjudge Christ McCandless as an antisocial person. Most of the times, us the readers would think of him as an antisocial person because he abandoned his car, leave behind most of his possessions, donated money from his saving account to charity, change his name, and left his families to invite a new life for himself to explore the world of unknown. That is not true because there is another side of Christ McCandless that we have not fully understand. We had mistaken Alex because of his relationship with his families seem to make him isolated himself and not want to communicate....   [tags: social life,]

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Sothwark Cathendraw Millenium Project

- The Southwark Cathedral is the oldest cathedral church building in London with evidence showing that there might have been a church on the site since AD 606. It lies on the south bank of the river Thames close to London Bridge and it acquired the status of cathedral in the year 1905 after it became the seat of the Anglican Bishop of the new diocese of Southwark (Sacred destinations, 1995-2011). The millennium commission partly funded a project on the cathedral renovations which was given the name; Southwark Cathedral Millennium Project....   [tags: Project Analysis ]

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Health Care for All

- Access to preventive health care should not be definable as one of life’s luxuries, yet that is what is has come to be for the approximately “50 million Americans” who have no health insurance (Turka & Caplan, 2010). Clogged emergency rooms and “preventable deaths” are just two of the consequences associated with the lack of health insurance that would provide access to preventive care (Turka & Caplan, 2010). We as a nation are depriving our citizens of one of our most basic needs—being healthy....   [tags: Health Care ]

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Individuals with Mental Disorders

- Many groups of people have experienced disenfranchisement over the years. Some groups included people suffering in political prisons to the of abusement towards the elderly people all over the world. The mentally ill are a part of this vast group of people. Mental illness is any disease of the mind and also the psychological state of someone who has emotional or behavioral problems that are serious enough to require psychiatric intervention. People with different mental disorders are given different kinds of medical care, given different treatment by everyday people, and are put into hospitals which is like “living in hell.” (NY Daily News)....   [tags: Medical Care, Mental Illness]

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Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre

- Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre chronicles the growth of her titular character from girlhood to maturity, focusing on her journey from dependence on negative authority figures to both monetary and psychological independence, from confusion to a clear understanding of self, and from inequality to equality with those to whom she was formerly subject. Originally dependent on her Aunt Reed, Mr. Brocklehurst, and Mr. Rochester, she gains independence through her inheritance and teaching positions. Over the course of the novel, she awakens towards self-understanding, resulting in contentment and eventual happiness....   [tags: self-knowledge, equality, independence]

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Health Care across Countires

- Health Care across Countries In our world, each country has a set criterion to follow in order to establish health care for people in different societies. The standard of health care received varies from country to country. When you think about health care services around the world, there are so many diverse countries that run health care in different ways. Comparing the United States to other countries such as Canada and Japan is very interesting in the part of how health care is handled. Health care is an important service that touches the daily lives of millions of people at important and vulnerable times; some issues involving health care include those who are covered, source of payment...   [tags: US vs Canada and Japan]

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Medical Issues

- Globally, the fact that I have never attended a child's funeral is an anomaly: In 1990 more than one in ten children in the world died before the age of 5, however about 90% of Americans survived to their 50th birthday. While we have moved towards closing that gap, these statistics still mark a gross disparity. People debate our obligation to provide medical care globally to those who cannot afford it, but most of the world's medicals need are shockingly inexpensive. To me, there is no debate: it takes only pennies worth of clean water and re-hydration salts to prevent an individual from dying of diarrhea, the second leading killer of children, and we, as global citizens, have a moral obliga...   [tags: Medicine]

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Learning About The Nature of Discipleship from Mark's Gospel

- Learning About The Nature of Discipleship from Mark's Gospel The definition of disciple is the follower of the teachings of a leader (one who follows). The definition can be open to interpretation due to the ambiguous nature of the word 'follow'. To modern day Christians the word 'disciple' normally conjures up the image of bearded men 'following' Our Lord, like sheep following the shepherd. Mark's Gospel, however, encourages us all to become disciples and carry on the work that Jesus left to his disciples....   [tags: Papers]

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