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Stereotypes of Mothers

- Stereotypes of Mothers Single mothers, young mothers, and mothers in general have stereotypes attached to them. When you walk into a store with your child, depending on which of those stereotypes you fall into, people treat you completely different from the way they would if you were without child. I have ventured out without my son and with him to get my own perspective on how sales people and the general public react to me; I have also observed how people react to other single mothers, married mothers and single people....   [tags: Motherhood Parenting Essays]

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Mothers & Daughters

- Mothers and daughters have been written about, criticized, publicized, condemned, and praised for a long time. As more and more material becomes available on mother-daughter relationships, it becomes apparent that being a mother and being a daughter means different things to different people depending on race, economics, social status and blood type. This paper will explore the meaning of being a mother and being a daughter by combining all of these independent variables. A definition of motherhood and daughterhood will be clearer, however, as experience will tell us, not everyone can be categorized, or even explained....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Mothers Love

- A gentle hand reaches out; arms cradle a new entry in this complex world. A simple gesture, yet one that will come to signify an infallible bond between two, the bond of a mother’s love. I knew early on that my life was not to follow the gentle streams and brooks of my choosing, yet was to go raging down the rivers of its own. I did not realize however, there was always to be a clearing in the turbulent waters, a hand extended to pull me out. Always reaching out, again and again I would grasp that same gentle hand that had pulled me up many a time before....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Google 's Philosophy Of Organizational Design

- ... In order to recruit women engineers to Google, our organizational strategy will be to encourage new graduates by going to Top Universities and giving them talks outlining the benefits and opportunities Google has for those who are passionate about making a difference. Using the rational decision-making process, the problem of gender diversity within the work environment has been identified. To solve the lack of gender diversity in Google, psychological contracts will be formed between potential employees and management....   [tags: Google, Web search engine, Google search, PageRank]

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The Police Powers of Search, Arrest, and Interrogation

- The Powers of Police Individuals have civil rights; people are entitled to be allowed to move freely and to have their person and their property respected. However the police must have sufficient powers to investigate crimes. Therefore Parliament has given the police special powers that can be used in certain circumstances. These powers include the rights to stop and search suspects, to arrest and interview people when necessary and to take fingerprints and samples (blood samples) for scientific analysis....   [tags: Criminal Justice Law]

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Compaison Of Any Two Search En

- Comparison of any two Search Engines (e.g. Yahoo, Magellan, AltaVista, Infoseek, Lycos, Bigfoot… ) The single, most frequent piece of search advice for using Web search engines is to always search more than one engine to answer your question. No two engines are the same-each offers a unique set of features and indexes or crawls the Web differently. It’s no surprise the results vary. Good searchers triangulate output from several engines to acheive relevent results. The emergence of meta search engines is a credible antitode to the time-consuming practice of sequential search engine searches....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Search For Self - A Critical Analysis Of The Odyssey

- The afternoon was slowly fading into the evening and I had gone the whole day without the figure of my aspiration, my father. I impatiently paced the floor in front of the door like a stalking cat waiting to pounce on its prey. The thoughts of wrestling my father and hear those words of affirmation, “You got me. Mercy. I give up!” filled my head. My father was obviously faking it but there was something about his words that have such power over a young boys life. Mothers are sources of comfort and safety for a young boy but it is the father that defines the identity of a young boy, the father bestows manhood on the boy....   [tags: The Odyssey Homer]

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How Death Mentally Affects Others in The Body of Christopher Creed by Carol Plum Ucci

- This book talks about how death of one person can affect another, even people that didn’t know the one that died that well. Torey, the main character, was once a bully to Christopher Creed and feels bad about it. Once Creed goes missing, all Torey can think about is finding him. This affects him mentally and he becomes obsessed with trying to mind him. Torey, is in his junior year of high school in Steepleton. He plays football and baseball and is in a blues band with his best friend Alex. He and his friends are popular....   [tags: disappearance, diary, search]

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Magical Realism and Man's Search For Meaning

- Magical Realism and Man's Search For Meaning   Magical realism was first coined by Franz Roh when he was writing about paintings. Artaro Ulsar Pietri was the first to use the term when talking about literature. Magical realism is also related to other academic fields such as philosophy, psychology, mathmatics, physics, and theology. Im magical realism, "the writer confronts reality and tries to untangle it, to discover what is mysterious in things, in life, in human acts" (Leal 121). Viktor E....   [tags: Literature Essays Literary Criticism]

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The National Trust Organization

- Introduction The national trust was founded in 1895. It protects over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments. This organisation is a charity which does not rely funds from government but depends on membership fees and donations from members. "We're a charity that works to preserve and protect historic places and spaces – for ever, for everyone." (National trust 2013) This report will be based on an analysis of the national trust organisation, the external audit will be examined using the pestle analysis and porters 5 forces, whilst the internal audit will be interpreted by engaging with the marketing mix....   [tags: historic houses, gardens, monuments]

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Maxine Hong Kingston and the Search for Identity

- Maxine Hong Kingston and the Search for identity Maxine Hong Kingston is in search of herself. She tries to find herself as a woman in a man's world, as a Chinese in America, and, as a daughter instead of a son. In all her writings one can see her search for her identity. One can feel her rebellion to convention, her need to break the barriers of society, her desire to make a perfect world where everyone is treated as an equal. But most of all her writings depict her as a strong and proud woman who is willing to battle against convention and society to preserve her convictions Kingston is on a search to find her identity....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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The Use of Search Engine Technology

- Introduction The use of search engine technology has been an invaluable tool for all users connecting to the internet. These systems are used by,business, education, government,healthcare, and military to name a few. Search engines house millions of web pages, documents , images and other materials collected from millions of websites. The information gather from these sites are held in massive databases where the information is aggregated and index. Search engine’s used special software called spiders to help construct a list of key words....   [tags: invaluable tool on the internet]

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Sammy Keyes and the Search for Snake Eyes

- Title: Sammy Keyes and the Search for Snake Eyes Genre: Mystery Author: Wendelin van Draanen Pages: 277 Choice: 3 I think the word “responsible” describes the main character, Sammy. She is very brave and she’s a troublemaker, but she also cares a lot about other people. I believe that Sammy is responsible since she took good care of the baby and worried about it even after it was taken in by a welfare organization until its mother got it back. It started when she was hanging out in the arcade one day while her friend, Marissa, played games....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Poet's Feelings in Search for My Tongue

- Poet's Feelings in Search for My Tongue We can contract many details about a persons character and personality simply from the way in which they speak. Firstly, we get an idea of which country they come from and their background by analyzing their accent, we can also decide upon exactly which particular region in that country they live in. For example: Yorkshire accents and Liverpool accents are extremely easy to tell apart. Secondly, we can judge their level of sincerity and seriousness from the tone of their voice, which they are using....   [tags: Papers]

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The Complex World of Search Engines

- ... It is also sometimes used to let search engines know whether or not to follow links on the page (Search Engine Watch). Another essential programming language of any webpage is CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets. These “style sheets” are used to add styles, such as fonts, backgrounds, text sizes, et cetera, to one’s website (W3C). Without the use of style sheets, webpages would look very bland, having basically black text on a white background. If there were a “big three” for web programming languages, JavaScript would be one of them, the other two of course being HTML and CSS....   [tags: software robots, protocol, google]

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A Migrant’s Search for a Better Life

- In this essay, I shall portray an episode in the life of a migrant who came to a land, much different from his own, in search of a better life. Parallels will be drawn between this man’s experience and those of several migrant figures within the texts and readings assigned throughout this course. The reader will “meet” the subject of my study and find that the search for attaining a better life does not always require following the expected or typical path. Dreams for a future may revolve around one goal at the outset yet focus on a different issue in the final outcome....   [tags: Immigration, Case Study, Mexican, USA, solution]

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The Search for Truth in A Tale of Two Cities

- The Search for Truth in A Tale of Two Cities           "Since before the ancient Greeks, mankind has striven to discern and define truth, a noble if somewhat arduous task"( Swisher 118). Even modern society, despite losing so many of the old, "prudish" morals of preceding generations, still holds truth as one of the greatest virtues and to find truth in life, one of the greatest accomplishments. Authors such as Charles Dickens reflect this great desire to seek and find truth, using many varying mediums to express their opinions or discoveries....   [tags: Tale Two Cities Essays]

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Search For My Tongue by Sujata Bhatt

- Search For My Tongue by Sujata Bhatt The Context Of The Poem Sujata Bhatt was born in the Indian state of Gujarat where her mother tongue was Gujarati. Later she moved onto United States where she learnt English. In and interview, she says " I have always thought of myself as an Indian who is outside India". Her mother tongue is for her and important link to her family and to her childhood. " That's the deepest layer of my identity". What Is The Poem About 1. The poet explains what it is like to speak and think into two languages....   [tags: Papers]

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Expert Opinions in the Search for Knowledge

- Throughout recorded history, societies and populations across the world have relied on individuals regarded as ‘experts’ and their valued opinions to provide insight and clarification to aid the search for knowledge. This essay will assess the importance of opinions by people deemed to have a certain expertise in terms of the search for knowledge. In the question ‘how important are the opinions of experts in the search for knowledge?’ the terms ‘opinion’, ‘expert’ and ‘knowledge’ are fundamental, and thus repeatedly feature in the body of this essay....   [tags: Current Events, Expertise]

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The Search for Justice in Books and Stories

- ... spout, rain. Nor rain, wind, thunder, fire, are my daughters: I tax not you, you elements, with unkindness; I never gave you kingdom, call'd you children, You owe me no subscription: then let fall Your horrible pleasure: here I stand, your slave, A poor, infirm, weak, and despised old man: But yet I call you servile ministers, That have with two pernicious daughters join'd Your high engender'd battles 'gainst a head So old and white as this. O. O. 'tis foul!” (Shakespeare 3.2.2). He claims that he is being served injustice from his daughters and that this storm that he is in is just a storm created by the daughters to further torture him soon to realize that only two of his daughters are...   [tags: read, theme, people]

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Is there ever a solution for working mothers?

- The vast majority of mothers in the world today are working and earning. Where they work may range from the family compound, to nearby fields, to local markets, to industrial parks, to corporate headquarters; but in both developing and developed countries women are economically active, providing support for themselves, their children, and their families According to it states that: Not only are more mothers working but, in both the modern and traditional sectors, more mothers with very young children now find it necessary to venture further from home in order to provide a livelihood for the family....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Search for Immortality in the Epic of Gilgamesh

- The fear of death and the search for eternal life is a cultural universal. The ideology surrounding immortality transcends time and a plethora of cultures. The theme, immortality appears in stories from the Epic of Gilgamesh, which was composed by ancient Sumerians roughly around 600 B.C., to present day works of fiction in the twenty first century. Gilgamesh, a figure of celestial stature, allows his mortal side to whittle away his power after the death of Enkidu. Undeniably, defenseless before the validity of his own end, he leaves Uruk and begins a quest for Utnapishtim; the mortal man who withstood the great deluge and was granted immortality by the gods (Freeman 36)....   [tags: Epic of Gilgamesh Essays]

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The Self Directed Search ( Sds )

- ... The code is then used to locate suitable occupations in the occupational classification booklet. Because the SDS is controlled by its user, it stimulates initiative and learning. It is similar to a programmed learning experience, giving more control to the client and helping to simplify the vocational counseling process. The SDS also eliminates the need for separate answer sheets, proctors, special testing dates, mailing delays, scoring-service costs, scoring utensils, and complex score reports....   [tags: High school, Education, School counselor, College]

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The Search For Happiness On American Life

- ... During the great wars of the 1930’s and 1940’s, Americans still retained this expression of accomplishment. In some ways, happiness may have indeed helped American soldieries get through both WW1 and WW2. In the article “War and the American pursuit of Happiness,” Milwaukee Journalist Kathleen Parker asserts that “The opportunity to pursue happiness is what fuels our drive and willingness to fight for and preserve liberty” (Parker). This feeling of pride and unity also plays a major role with discussing war and its connection to happiness....   [tags: Happiness, Emotion, Personal life]

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Oedipus Rex: The Search for Truth

- THESIS STATEMENT Throughout Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, Oedipus frantically searched for the truth, but due to his pride, remained blind to his own connection to the dire plague that infected Thebes. PURPOSE STATEMENT Through critical analysis of Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, the work Oedipus Rex, and other research it is affirmed that Oedipus searched for the truth but due to his pride could not see his connection to the plague that infected Thebes. INTRODUCTION Everyone desires to know the truth. It provides peace of mind, reassurance, closure, and a knowledge of what actually matters and what is superficial....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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The Truth Project: The Search of Truth

- Why do we believe what we believe. This question is rarely asked of anyone directly. We live in a culture where the “why” is superseded by the “what”. “What do you believe?” has always been a popular topic for discussion. However, when a believer is no longer faced with the ‘what’ and instead challenged by a ‘why,’ lines begin to blur and minds start to blank. What can we possibly offer in response and from where can we derive our answers. Isaiah 6 gives us the solution: we must gaze into the face of God....   [tags: culture, why, what, jounrey, exposes]

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The Search For A Cure For Cancer

- The search for a cure to cancer has progressed in the last thirty years. A group of scientists and doctors have continued the search for a cure by examining the ability for the human body to attack cancerous cells on its own. These scientists looked at the possibility of creating a vaccine to help the body fight against multiple myeloma. The Study Organism The cause of multiple myeloma is unknown, but it is believed to be caused by proteins called Monoclonal paraprotein (, 2013)....   [tags: Immune system, Antibody, Bone marrow, Antigen]

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Comparing Search for my Tongue and Presents From My Aunts in Pakistan

- Comparing Search for my Tongue and Presents From My Aunts in Pakistan The writer, Moniza Alvi, reveals her past in her poem Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan. The poem shows the reader her feelings for Pakistan, the country she was born in. The line "of no fixed nationality" sums up the mood of the poem, that because she lives in England, speaks English but is from Pakistan, she does not seem to belong anywhere. The poem Search for my Tongue, written by Sujata Bhatt, is similar to Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan, The line "I thought I spit it out" refers to the metaphor the whole poem is based on, that to speak two languages, to be a part of two cultures, is j...   [tags: Papers]

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The Search For The Holy Nails Or Spikes

- FLAVIA 'S PROMISE has a plot with strong merit. The idea of the search for the Holy Nails or Spikes is a premise that can make for a potentially intriguing story. The concept of immortality is also a premise with virtue. Visual storytelling is good, especially the image of the man with the white cane. While there 's a story to tell, it 's suggested that the script undergo further development. The areas that would benefit from more development include the structure, pace, protagonist, and tension....   [tags: Protagonist, Character, Plot, Antagonist]

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Expert Opinions In Search of Knowledge

- Einstein once said: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” So let’s start answering the question by breaking it down. Firstly, let’s take out those 3 iffy words (important, experts, and opinion.) and replace them with laymen’s terms. Importance is defined usually by how much a something ‘matters’ in the grand scheme of things. Experts are people who have more experience than most in a particular field or skill. And opinions, via the Princeton dictionary, are defined as “a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty.” The question now reads: How much do the personal beliefs or judgments of experienced people, in one area, matter in the se...   [tags: Einstein, Research, KNowledge]

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The Search for Online College Programs

- If you've been looking for online college programs, by now you've realized that it can be more difficult than you first imagined. Many online programs are very new, making them hard to find through a simple search. Other programs, seemingly ubiquitous on the internet, are either not accredited or not able to give you the professional expertise that you will need after you graduate. Wading through what's out there can be very difficult and it's easy to miss a lot. What is a prospective degree candidate to do....   [tags: technology, social media, graduates]

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How Breastfeeding Can Help Mothers And Babies

- ABSTRACT This research paper is about breast-feeding, shows six sources about breastfeeding, how breastfeeding can help mothers and babies. Breast milk can prevent many diseases for mothers and babies. For instance: for mothers: diabetics, hypertension, breast cancer, ovarian cancer and postpartum depression; and for babies: gastrointestinal tract, asthma, obesity, type two diabetes and lower respiratory infections. In one of the sources I found that breast milk is very important for babies the first six months because mothers when they just got birth, mothers produce a yellow milk called Colostrum who has all nutrients and antibodies very important for the babies’ growth....   [tags: Breastfeeding, Breast milk, Baby bottle, Lactation]

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The Search For Cleopatra by Michael Foss

- Ancient times are known for having ruling emperors and barbaric men. There are millions of stories and books about the conquerers and the soldiers who fought bravely in their successes. But, what about women in ancient times. Did they sit around and take care of children while they waited for their men to return home. There is one women in the ancient world who captivated the men of her time and is still admired today for her beauty. In The Search For Cleopatra, Michael Foss tells the story of Cleopatra VII....   [tags: ptolomy, greek origns, emperors]

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Juvenile Homicide: A Search for Acceptance

- “Existence.....what a strange word. He, set out by determination & curiosity, knows no existence, knows nothing [relevant] to himself. The petty destinations of others & everything on this world, in this world, he knows the answers to. Yet they have no purpose to him. He seeks knowledge of the unthinkable, of the [indefinable], of the unknown. He explores the everything...using his mind, the most powerful tool known to him. Not a physical barrier blocking the limits of exploration, time thru thought thru dimensions....the everything is his realm....   [tags: Juvenile Crime]

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The Search for Justice in America

- The one theme found everywhere is a search for justice or a search for justifications. Justifying actions is what people do so they feel just about what they do. There are two sides to justice the one receiving the justice and the one repaying in some way to be just. Justice is “the administering of deserved punishment or reward” (Dictionary). Consequences come because of justice or to be just there is consequences, good or bad, for people’s actions. People feel a need for justice so they don’t feel wronged and treated unfairly....   [tags: The Devil and Tom Walker]

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Online Career Search For A Library

- Throughout my job analysis, I used two online career-searching databases to follow specific library-related positions that were of interest to me. The first database that I used was (INALJ). I find this site very accessible. It seems to give a sometimes broad interpretation of library jobs, so it is a great way to find entry-level jobs in different areas that could give you library-related experience without being in a library. Despite its ease of use and broad job types, the site is volunteer driven which can be frustrating....   [tags: Library, Library science, Librarian]

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To What Extent Were Women's Roles Affected by the Rwandan Genocide?

- ... 80-90% of the education centers ceased to work in Rwanda. As a result much of the youth, as well as women and men, were unemployed and 2/3 of all teachers lacked basic qualifications.12 • By September of 1994 only 45% of qualified teachers remained within the primary school system.13 • The drop out rates for females was also quite high.14 C. Evaluation of Sources(502) Nowrojee, Binaifer. "Rwanda."Rwanda. Human Rights Watch, Sept. 1996. Web. 6 Apr. 2014. Written by Binaifer Nowrojee in September of 1996, this report investigates the prevalence of sexual violence in Rwanda, as well as the aftermath....   [tags: mothers or monsters?]

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The Search For Meaning and Life

- ... The simplistic blissfulness of the couples’ life proves to be too much for Mr. Bowman to take and he ultimately dashes from the house later in the night where he is met by his untimely death. Toward the end of Bowman’s life he realizes all he has missed out on by not settling down and raising the family he never really knew he wanted. Although the missed opportunity to become a family man is a great pain for Bowman, perhaps the greatest is the loss of the chance to love someone as the woman he meets loves her husband, Sonny....   [tags: Bowman, Death of a Traveling Salesman]

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Library Orientation On The Search Bar

- ... Thus as our population ages, and we move into a more digitised age, Bolter and Grusin (1999), argue, the representation of one medium in another remediation, will define characteristic of the new digital media. What does this mean exactly. In an always connected society who now swipe their finger to consume and traditional content providers scrambling to remain relevant, point-and-click interface allows the developer to reorganize texts and images taken from books, magazines, film, or television as “borrowed”, but the reorganisation does not call into question the character of the newly presented content....   [tags: Culture, Globalization, Mass media, The Culture]

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Ecology, By A Quick Google Search

- ... The concept of black ecology is innovative, not because it addresses the clear differences between black and white neighborhoods, but because it determines socio-political change is the answer. From these economic disparities between black urban survival and white suburban life, this racially divided ecology released great animosity towards Greenpeace mainstream environmentalism because it came at the expense of social programs that were intended to benefit the plights of black Americans. The growth of American suburbs lent to institutional racism because of the discrimination written into the insuring programs of the Federal Housing Administration and the Veteran’s Administration....   [tags: Racism, Race, Black people, White people]

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A Discussion on the Necessity of Mothers

- A Discussion on the Necessity of Mothers Attachment as described by psychologists Kennell ‘is an emotional bond between two individuals that endures trough space and time, and serves to join them emotionally’. A bond that develops between child and caregiver provides the child with emotionally security. The question ‘are mothers necessary?’ has been a much-discussed debate. In order to answer either for or against the necessities of mother, many theories attempt to explain attachment....   [tags: Papers]

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The Search for Life in Europa

- Europa was discovered alongside the other Jovian moons of Jupiter (Io, Ganymede, Callisto) by Galileo Galilei on January 8th, 1610. It is the Sixth closest moon to planet Jupiter and sixth largest moon in the Solar System. It takes Europa roughly every 3.5days to orbit Jupiter and spins just once per orbit which is why it shows the same face to Jupiter all the time (similar to Earth’s moon). It is also roughly the size of earth’s moon with water ice on its surface.1 Since the orbit of Europa is eccentric, it produces a higher tide when it is closer to Jupiter than when it is farther away....   [tags: moon, ocean, hydrobots]

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- Mothers make better parents then fathers Ladies and gentlemen the subject under discussion today is that mothers make better parents then fathers. I firmly counter the motion. Honorable judges I would like to point out that my identity is by my father and even this gentlemen sitting here has his last name after his father’s. for that matter nobody here is recognized by their mother;s name. It is our fathers who become a source of distinction for us in this world. It is only after their name is added to ours that we can make a footing in society....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Spectroscopy: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life

- Throughout history humanity has been fascinated by the existence of extraterrestrial life. Today such ventures are in the development process and the discovery of life beyond our solar system, no matter how primitive, may soon become a huge(important?) scientific breakthrough. The three basic things that are required to consider a place even remotely habitable are water, a source of energy, and organic materials. Habitability also depends on other factors that must also be taken into consideration such as how close the planet is to its star (in the case of our solar system, the sun), how long the water and organic materials existed there, and the size and mass of the planet....   [tags: Astronomy Essays]

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The Search for Religious Freedom in America

- In September of 1620, 102 passengers and 30-40 crewmembers left England in a small vessel to escape religious persecution and establish a home in the colony of Virginia. Conditions were harsh, and not all aboard made it to the new world alive. Strong gale forces and unrelenting cold weather pushed them northward, keeping them from their Virginia destination. In November, after three months at sea, the crew spotted land and they anchored at Cape Cod. William Bradford, one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact that day, lamented, ““All great and honorable actions are accompanied with great difficulties, and both must be enterprised and overcome with answerable courage” (Good Reads, 2014)....   [tags: American History, Pilgrims, Colonists]

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The Many Mothers of Alfred Hitchcock

- When looking at the works of Alfred Hitchcock there are many recurring themes. Wrong man, classic Hitchcock villains, and the use of staircases are just three of the many attributes you see when watching a Hitchcock film. My favorite, however, would have to be Hitchcock’s portrayal of the mother. Whether she is there for comic relief as we see in Shadow of a Doubt, or as the root of all evil as you see in Strangers on a Train and Notorious, the mothers he creates are far from ordinary. Either their naïve nature or pure hated for others help to link these movies to one another....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Mothers of the Victorian Period

- Mothers of the Victorian Period   There is no doubt in the fact that motherhood has changed throughout history in the way that it is practiced and perceived. Although hard to classify motherhood as an "easy" task in any time period, mothers of the Victorian period were among those who have had it the hardest. For example, Natalie McKnight, author of Suffering Mothers in Mid-Victorian Novels, states: "When I first began studying the lives of Victorian women, I sympathized with the many women who suffered through the agonies of labor only to die shortly after the baby was born....   [tags: literature literary criticism]

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Mothers Should Be Allowed to Nurse their Children in Public Places

- All over the world people are welcoming new babies into their families. They are preparing their homes for their newest addition and mothers are beginning to make some very important decisions on their lives, specifically breastfeeding or using formula. Many mothers do not have the ability to breastfeed, whether that be because of work, lack of milk production, along with various other reasons. However, many women do choose to breastfeed their children. Choosing to breastfeed is such a beneficial experience for both the mother and the child, but sadly women do face the undeniable scrutiny of others when they choose to breastfeed their children in public....   [tags: Breastfeeding, nursing, APHA]

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Is Search Engine Optimization Necessary?

- With the vast amount of web marketing elements that are available to people. People with excellent financial stability can find more opportunities. However, even a less stable person can make a go of some type of web marketing business. You must decide what best fits your budget. With the many different types, such as search engine, social media, e-mail, portable communications, and blogs just to name some. Your boundaries could be endless. With the help of the internet and other resources, conducting research on what will best fit your budget is at hand....   [tags: web marketing elements]

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The Challenge of Wanting it All: A Look into the Life of Career Mothers

- In a professional world ran predominately by male executives, women face adversity in the workforce all the time. Thanks to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, The Equal Pay Act, The Family Medical Leave Act and The Pregnancy Discrimination Act the workforce for the professional woman has changed; however, there are still a few challenges women face. One of these challenges is a woman’s right to conceive. In normal situations, mothers are expected to be the central caregivers for a new baby. Standard care for a newborn requires months of time and complete devotion....   [tags: Women's Rights]

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The Effects Of Being Born For Hiv Positive Mothers

- ... performed two different studies to assess development. The first was testing the children with the Denver Developmental Screening Test (DDST) at three, six, nine, twelve, and eighteen months of age. The DDST measured four major areas of development which were personal-social, language, and fine motor-adaptive, and gross motor. At every age segment, the children born to the HIV positive mothers scored significantly lower than the children born to HIV negative mothers on the DDST (Boivin et al, 1995)....   [tags: AIDS, HIV, Antiretroviral drug, Immunodeficiency]

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Motivation And The Prepurchase Search

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Mothers in William Shakespeare's The Tempest

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The Factors Influencing Breastfeeding Among Mothers in Malaysia

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A Research Study On Teenage Mothers Through College And Motherhood

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Problems that Teenage Mothers Face

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A Non-Religious Search for Meaning

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My Search for Higher Education

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Man 's Search For Meaning

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The Search For Healthy Living

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The Poverty Status of Single Women and Single Mothers

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Evidence Based C are for Breastfeeding Mothers by Maria Pollard

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Celia's House Gives Homeless Mothers a Second Chance

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We Must Create More Gardens for the Blind

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Love the Film, Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers

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Single Parent Families : Mothers With Dependent Children

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How to Overcome Barriers to Working Out for New Mothers

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Priming Race in Biracial Observers Affects Visual Search for Black and White Faces

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Similarities between Protagonists in Rebellion against Family and Search for Identity

- Joy-Hulga from “Good Country People” by Flannery O’Connor and Dee-Wangero from “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker are strong protagonists who share similar motives and characteristics. Joy-Hulga and Dee-Wangero both change their names in an attempt to change themselves. They both share comparable motives and reasoning for changing their names. Similarly, Joy-Hulga and Dee-Wangero act selfishly while try to escape something from their past. Joy-Hulga and Dee-Wangero both alienate themselves from their mothers while in search of their authentic inner self....   [tags: Comparative Literary Analysis]

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- While the experience, proven technique, or research of an expert on a given subject are all tremendous guides in the quest for knowledge, the opinion of said expert will almost certainly hinder or deter one in the pursuit of knowledge. The very nature of an opinion is something that undoubtedly challenges the three aforementioned factors in regards to the search of knowledge. Most definitions of the word “opinion” have the same characteristics in diction, with “a belief,” “a personal view,” and “estimate” all topping the list of the most commonly used phrases and words....   [tags: knowledge, opinion, experience, insight]

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Man's Search for Meaning

- Man’s Search for Meaning Man’s Search for Meaning is a book written by Victor Frankl. He was an Austrian neurologist, psychologists and psychiatrists. More interestingly, he was a prisoner in Nazi concentration camp. Frankl invented a method of logotherapy. This method became a basis for the Third Vienna School of Psychotherapy. The method of logotherapy is one of the existential therapy kinds based on the analysis of the senses of life. Man’s Search for Meaning carries the main thought of Frankl that question about a human’s sense of life always disturbs people in evident or latent form....   [tags: Vicktor Frankl, logotherapy, concentration camps]

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Run Away Slave Search

- ... Harrison and Newgent’s advertisement for these run away slaves are two of thousands that were documented in newspapers throughout the 1700s ranging from Massachusetts to Georgia. These advertisements would typically give the name, age and race of the run away slave. The owner would list the clothes they were wearing, scars, languages spoken and mannerisms as well as where they could have possibly gone and who might be harboring them. Advertisements almost always ended with a reward for whoever returned the property to the rightful owner....   [tags: personal narrative]

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