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Utilizing Resources of the Private Sector to Help Solve the Foreclosure Crisis

- The ensuing foreclosure crisis is one of great complexity. The problem has been culminating for years; signs of a “real estate bubble” began to surface as early as 2006. Despite the warning signs, the American economy continued to function, convinced that the “bubble” was not real or that its effect would be minimal. The numerous parties involved also adds to the confusion. Consumers, consumer banks, and Wall Street firms all had a part in causing the crisis. Ultimately, the global economy entered a terrible recession....   [tags: foreclosure, real estate, economy]

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A Private Affair, By Chinva Achebe And Everyday Use By Alice Walker

- Family Values In cultures past and present, families have always had some kind of tradition. Now there are some parents who don’t concern themselves with these traditions, and some that keep them close to heart. The ones that value their family traditions will teach them to their children and hope that their children will value them as much as they do and follow them as well. Some families have heirlooms that will get passed down from generation to generation. When comparing the short stories “Marriage is a Private Affair” by Chinva Achebe and “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker, you can see that the both sets of parents have important roles in their children’s lives and they have traditions that...   [tags: Family, Marriage, Short story, Mother]

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Completing Public Policy Goals While Competing With Private Organizations

- Completing Public Policy Goals while Competing with Private Organizations This case study, talks about a public administrator named Jim who arrives at his new position to find a complex network of the public and private organizations with dealing with the conflicts of aims and opinions. He had been hired by the Dempsey Economic Development Corporation to create a new, citywide commercial revitalization program for Dempsey. He needs to create a revitalization program, but he finds that it is not that easy to work with the private sector....   [tags: Want, Sociology, WANT, Government]

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What Are the Costs and Benefits of Managing Emotion Life, in Private Life and at Work?

- “When we manage an emotion we are partly managing a bodily preparation for a consciously or unconsciously anticipated deed” (Hochschild, 1983). It is clear from this statement that Hochschild takes into account the biological aspects of emotion whilst also focusing on the psychological characteristics of the development of the self along with the cognitive, bodily and expressive types of emotion work (Theodosious, 2006). Emotion work is learnt through socialisation and we only become aware of emotion work when we aren’t feeling how we are supposed to feel in a given situation....   [tags: psychological and behavioral analysis]

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Hillary Clinton And The Mandatory Minimum Sentences And End Private Prisons

- ... (From Welfare Shift in ’96 a Reminder for Clinton, 3) Additionally, she has been very successful among women. Although she hasn 't been discussing extensively about women rights, many organizations have donated millions of dollars. These organizations believe that Clinton is the representation of an empowered women. (Hillary Clinton’s Empowerment, 2) Consequently, Hillary has been extremely successful among black women. Furthermore, she has been outstanding with non-white college graduate and non-whites with no degrees at all....   [tags: United States, President of the United States]

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Battleship Potemkin, From Here to Eternity, Saving Private Ryan

- Analyzing Movies of War Even though the films “Battleship Potemkin”, “From Here to Eternity” and “Saving Private Ryan” are all movies based on military life during war time the variation in time periods and culture made each film very different. These differences did not take away from the impact the films had on their audiences at the time or the messages they were each trying to covey. The Horrific images and hear wrenching scenarios helped to evoke strong emotions and patriotic feeling from audiences allowing film makers to pass along their truths....   [tags: analyzing movies of war]

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Social Class and Parents in Public and Private Families: An Introduction by Andrew J. Cherlin

- ... Alexander’s mother believes that it is her responsibility to help cultivate her son’s talents; she sees the extra-curricular activities as way to develop important life skills. She gives an example of how Sports give Alexander the opportunity to learn how to be competitive and accept both defeat and victory. Alexander’s father believes his son’s rich experiences will make him a better citizen, husband, father, and better student (Cherlin Reader). From looking at Alexander’s lifestyle it can be recognized that he has been blessed with a lot of privileged life chances....   [tags: middle-class, working-class, and lower-class]

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Economic Implications of National and Private Health Insurance in the United States

- Currently in the United States, acquisition of affordable health insurance plans through employers and private corporations is one of the main topics in the political landscape between liberals and conservatives. The traditional way of obtaining health insurance is either by subtracting a certain amount of payout from one’s salary/paycheck or pay out of pocket. However, many people do not have access to health care because of the high costs associated with poor insurance plans that require individuals to pay high premiums and deductibles, which may or may not contain good benefits such as free preventative care....   [tags: Health Insurance Crisis]

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Private Law and Civil Law: What is a Contract in Australian Law?

- ... Although most of the contracts are done verbally but there are some requirements of how should a contract be maintain valid in which the most important two are Firstly there should be acceptance of offer by both the parties and secondly there must be something in exchange like the goods, services or promise. Here, the question arises that does a contract needs to be written. Written agreement of the Contract is a wise decision to made, some of the state laws requires written agreement of contract for certain dealings....   [tags: legal system, case study]

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Private First Class Louden Downey Along With Lance Corporal Harold W.

- Private First Class Louden Downey along with Lance Corporal Harold W. Dawson are ordered to deliver a “Code Red,” a hazing which is known to ensure the mistakes of a marine are not repeated, to Private First Class William T. Santiago which eventually led to his death. Dawson and Downey are then arrested for the murder of Santiago and are assigned Lt. Daniel Kaffee to be their attorney. Kaffee is given the task to prove that both Dawson and Downey are innocent based on the sole argument of which the defendants were following a direct order....   [tags: Social psychology, Milgram experiment, Psychology]

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Developing Dialysis Treatment Options At Private Standalone Centers Hd & Capd

- ... Each machine can do 4 sessions/day and can run 6 days/week. Each patient requires 3 sessions/week and it means one machine can serve only 8 patients at a time. So the center with 10 machines can only serve 80 patients. To serve just 10% of patient population (25k out of 250k new patients every year), it will take roughly ~300 such centers, which will entail an investment of INR ~4 Billion. Additional investments will be needed at the corporate level in training of technicians, monitoring systems, marketing, etc....   [tags: Costs, Economics, Price, Economic cost]

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Heroes in The Epic of Gilgamesh, The Ballad of Mulan, and the Film Saving Private Ryan

- Heroes are goals for our own aspirations. Humanity is assembled around the necessity for role models and the transference down of information, this is how we learn. A hero is defined as someone with admirable traits or people who, in the face of danger or from a position of weakness, display courage or the will for self-sacrifice, whether it be moral in a literal or figurative approach. These notions of heroism are portrayed directly through the collection of relating texts, ‘The Epic of Gilgamesh,’ and ‘The Ballad of Mulan,’ and the film ‘Saving Private Ryan.’ A hero can be anyone....   [tags: Epic of Gilgamesh]

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Identifying the Channels Between Public Expenditure in Core Infrastructure and Private Investment

- Abstract The purpose of this paper is to identify the channels between the public expenditure in core infrastructure and private investment. Profitability and lack of financial constraints considered as the major effects for corporate investment. For this purpose a large panel data of US firms as well as the economic results of the majority of the states. The results show that the infrastructure affect the costs and the revenues of the firms and as a result their profitability. The level of this affect depends on the state and economic sector each firm belongs to....   [tags: Economics]

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Decisions That Change My Life: Public and Private Language by Richard Rodriguez

- Over many years, people around the world influence by the lifestyle of American. These people come to America in hopes of living in a better life. My parents came here for that exactly same reason because they want my siblings and I to have a better life and education. Do you ever have to make decisions that can change your life. For my families, it was a difficult decision because we have to leave everything behind to start a new life in strange place, name United States of America. It's really difficult decision for my parents....   [tags: personal narrative, decisions, moving]

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Alfred Hitchcock 's Camera Closes From Afar On A Private Lunchtime Rendezvous

- From the opening seconds, when Alfred Hitchcock’s camera closes in from afar on a private lunchtime rendezvous, Psycho makes clear that its focus is on the secretive and reserved. This scandalous scene is the first of many that initiates the viewer to the notion that beneath the surface lays a distorted and crudely reticent domain. Hitchcock seems determined to trick the audience, delightfully subverting character tropes and conventional setting as the plot descends further into darkness. This high-strung thriller may at first glance appear nothing more than a simple murder mystery, but on closer examination the film makes an argument for a lurking, sinister omnipresence....   [tags: Psycho, Norman Bates, Alfred Hitchcock, Ed Gein]

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An Efficient Secure and Private Ownership Transfer Protocol For Ubiquitous Networks

- Abstract—Radio Frequency IDentification based systems, which are the most famous example of ubiquitous networks, are getting pervasively deployed in many daily life applications where privacy sensitive is entrusted to tag or server. In some applications, ownership transfer of RFID labels is another significant requirement. Specifically, the owner of RFID tags could be required to change several times during its lifetime. During the transfer, new owner first obtains necessary private information from the old owner, with these information he then takes over tag identification and authorization so as to have secure communication with tags....   [tags: Technology ]

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Wal Mart Is The World 's Largest Retailer And Private Employer

- ... Then follow suit with that departmentalization matrix which divides their products into a department that has managements and sales groups monitored. The most important trait to any organization in the business is the functions within the organization. That is to say the managers outline the practice in which employees organizing their work and socialize together. Wal-Mart’s Four Parts Corporate Strategy: 1. Branch out into new sectors of retail 2. Creation of positive brand and company recognition 3. Dominance in the retail market 4. Expansion in the U.S....   [tags: Organizational structure, Management]

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Social Media Blurs the Line Between Public and Private Life

- Upon the advent of social networking websites, an entirely new level of self-expression was formed. People instantly share updates on their lives with family, friends, and colleagues, reconnecting with those they had lost contact with. Social networking has now become an integral part of contemporary society – a modern analog for catching up with friends over slow, conventional methods or finding upcoming events in newspapers. However, along with this freedom of information, the danger of revealing too much personal information has become apparent....   [tags: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Essays]

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South Carolina Private School Assisting Lower-Income Students

- Children from low-income families face a dual problem of fewer educational advantages during their life. In Longs, South Carolina, a Catholic school exist which many parents send their children for the best education possible instead of public school. Schools across the United States have numerous difficulties of youth not attending and graduating high school. Parents either know of or have witnessed illegal activity within a vicinity of public schools. The literature that is provided to teach these children is not efficient and effective....   [tags: education, poverty, communities]

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Do Greater School Autonomy and Accountability Make a Difference?

- Introduction A large body of literature in economics, education, and sociology shows that students attending private schools outperform students attending traditional public schools in a wide range of outcomes. Since a common feature of private schools is their autonomy from school district offices, these findings strengthen initiatives to improve outcomes of public school students through the establishment of charter public schools in the United States, free schools in the United Kingdom, independent public schools in Australia, and community-managed schools in many developing countries....   [tags: private, public, school, outcome]

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Persuasive Speech: Who Should Pay for Public School?

- “There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want.” (Robert A. Heinlein) This is what is currently happening to families that do not use their local public school system. Private school families, childless families, and families that no longer have children in school should not have to pay public school taxes for their local township. This is because, unlike public school users, these families do not use this particular public service. Therefore, these families should not be required to pay public school taxes....   [tags: public, private, school, taxes]

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Overview of South African Public Management

- Introduction Decision making is most important in matters of administration because leaders have to consult widely among experts before coming up with a decision that will enable the best possible conclusion to be made. In administrative circumstances, in such countries as South Africa, it has been found that it is necessary for the public manager to identify and make a definition of the problem so that he knows who and what his decision is going to affect. Moreover, the answers to the problem identified should be well structured so that they can adequately cover the circumstances surrounding the problem hence an accurate decision been made to solve it....   [tags: Decision Making, Private Sector]

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Health Care Systems in Finland, Afghanistan, and Norway

- Health care system world widely is a very important issue. According to WHO is that a good health system delivers quality services to all people, when and where they need them. The exact configuration of services fluctuates from country to country, but in all cases requires a stable financing mechanism such are a well-trained and adequately paid workforce; reliable information on which to base decisions and policies; well maintained facilities and logistics to deliver quality medicines and health (WHO a) That says it all in my opinion....   [tags: public, private, policy, system]

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Taking Care of Your Family with Family Health Insurance

- 1. Private Medical Insurance Taking Care of Yourself with Private Medical Insurance Medical insurance is a form of guaranteed coverage against medical procedures that may incur expenses that are beyond the means of the insured person. Medical procedures these days are technologically advanced. However, medical expenses have so far kept abreast of the advancement in medical procedures. While being extremely beneficial, the high research and development costs that brought the medical procedure to market is usually passed on to consumers....   [tags: Private, Family, Business]

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National Health Insurance Comes to South Africa

- THE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE The national health insurance is new health financing system meant to cater for all South Africans of all race and gender in all locations of the country. The national health insurance was introduced in 2011 after numerous financing systems introduced in the before it failed on their goals like the most recent one which is the social health insurance while others never got a chance to act such as the Committee of Enquiry into National Health Insurance (1935) and the National Health Service Commission (1942 – 1944)....   [tags: medical, funds, private]

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The Impact of Religious Educational Schools on Child Development

- There are many factors and perspectives that shape the minds of people; children in particular are very impressionable; taken this fact it is very possible that different types of education may have an effect on child development. Specifically, the case of religious education is a perspective that many adolescents are being introduced to. More parents than ever before are choosing to put their children in private schools, children’s churches, and church services in general. With the impact of religious education and change in curriculum young minds are being shaped in a different fashion, one that could change a generation....   [tags: Religious Education, private schools]

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GDF Suez: Taking Over the Water We Need to Live

- GDF Suez: Taking Over the Water We Need to Live “Only 2.5% of all Earth's water is freshwater, [and of] that 2.5%… almost all of it is locked up in ice and in the ground. Only a bit more than 1.2% of all freshwater is surface water, which serves most of life's needs,” as stated by the U.S. Geological Survey’s Water Science School (par. 5). Freshwater is precious, and it is expected to become the world’s largest trade commodity, replacing oil, in the next several decades. Gaz de France Suez (GDF Suez) is a global energy company based in France, and is the second largest provider of the world’s public-private partnership or privatization of water....   [tags: private freshwater providers]

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The Reasons Why The Judiciary System Should Not Change Laws

- ... The judiciary system is not involved in the process of making bills however they could make a private member bill for their cause to change in law. This shows that the judiciary does not act as a primary source in creating laws. In the section why bills are created a number of reasons where given for their creation and judiciary request was not one of the reasons given on the list which shows also the judiciary does not have a primary role in the making of laws. This part is in favour of the question that is being assessed on the judiciary not directly changing laws....   [tags: private bills, government, parliament]

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The Anonymity Experiment by Catherine Price

- The rapid growth in technology has been impressive over the past 20 years from television graphics and multi-purpose phones to world-wide connections. Unfortunately, the government is having trouble with this growth to protect the people from having their privacy violated due to the information being stored electronically. In “The Anonymity Experiment”, by Catherine Price, states how easily a person can be track and how personal can be lost. Also, in “Social Security and ID theft”, by Felipe Sorrells, states how social security numbers and personal identities can be stolen and how the government is trying to stop that theft....   [tags: technology, government, private information]

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The Modern Virtual Landscape: When to Use Cloud Computing

- Computer virtualization has become ubiquitous in the modern IT landscape. One of the more interesting evolutionary offspring of virtualization is Cloud Computing. Today’s Information Technology managers have a wide variety of software and services to choose from. Knowing when to choose the cloud or an in-house solution isn’t always clear. This paper seeks to determine where cloud computing is superior and when it should be avoided. What do Cloud Providers Offer. There is a lot of buzz about “the Cloud” and what it can and cannot do for IT departments....   [tags: computer virtualization, private clouds]

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The Pros and Cons of Space Tourism´s Expansion

- With the space program growing the space industry is seeing a greater demand in the market for space tourism. With these demands to venture out to space there are companies that are venturing out to make it an opportunity for humans to explore out to the stars. The world is now seeing companies making it their mission to do orbital, suborbital flights and even live in space. The space industry’s business and economics on the development of new space vehicles for future space tourism is a concern for these companies....   [tags: private market, space vehicles]

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Eminent Domain: A Controversial Power of Government

- Eminent domain has long been a controversial power that both the federal and state governments possess. This power gives the right to the government bodies to expropriate private property or land, that it sees as being blighted, and put it to better use for the greater good of the public. For eminent domain to be exercised the seizing of the properties must meet the requirement that they will be for public purpose or public necessity. As long as this requirement is met the federal government cannot be stopped from acquiring private property....   [tags: the right to expropriate private land ]

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Social Networking Media and Using Proper Online Ettiquette

- Public and private information/ they are responsible for educating users to properly conduct themselves to protect the way individuals are viewed and perceived online. This way the corporation can better protect the individual member, regulating positive and negative impacts to individual character online, while still marketing and extracting private information for future corporate uses, yet to be determined. Better explanations are also needed to explain the basic information needed to guide people to understanding the “social media” guidelines as well as implications made from participating in online media forums....   [tags: public and private information]

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It Should Be Mandatory that All Security Guards Be Armed On Duty

- ... A security guard standing in the corner of that bank unarmed would be pretty pointless. That unarmed guard would not be able to stop the robber from putting a bullet through the bank employees or the bank costumers, nor would the guard be able to stop him from robbing the place. On the other hand if that guard who was standing in the corner would have been armed it would be a lot more intimidating. The sight of the fire arm on the guards waist may make the criminal think twice. If at that point the criminal would over look the guard and proceed to rob the place, the guard could then put the skills he learned through his training to use....   [tags: private security, safety, violence]

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Spin Training For Pilots: Preventing Aviation Incident

- Imagine spinning towards the ground in your aircraft and not knowing when impact is going to occur. Your mind is racing frantically to decide how to recover, but panic sets in and there’s nothing more you can do. It’s too late. Private pilots who pilot small aircraft should have to go through more extensive spin and stall training. At the onset of a spin the pilot in control should know the exact steps, instinctively, to recover their aircraft. The most important thing to consider when flying an aircraft is safety; not only the safety of yourself, but the safety of your passengers, too....   [tags: private pilot flight, panic]

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Controls to Diminish Information Security Risks

- Controls to Diminish IS Risks An assortment of hardware and software is required to build the recommended infrastructure. A managed security service provider (MSSP) administers the hardware and software components (Bass, 2013). The MSSP has the duty to preserve the security infrastructure and monitor it for any relevant occurrences. Every portion of the security hardware executes an indispensable function intended to diminish the risk to the company. The security components establish technical controls that are valuable in tackling identifiable threats to the infrastructure (Bass, 2013)....   [tags: firewall, private networks, software]

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Working for the Public Sector versus the Private Sector

- As with most choices, especially in the work world, there are benefits and consequences of working for both public and private sectors. There are different sets of needs to be met in each criterion but they may slightly relate to each other as well. The public sector mostly relate to Government work. There are special exams a person has to take whenever they apply for any work with the government. There are some very strict rules and requirements to meet in every branch of the government and for every position within that branch....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Flaws in America's Health Care System in Sicko by Michael Moore

- ... Thinking back to this incident, a great pain wails upon Dawnelle in her interview, and streams of tears roll down her cheeks. This heartbreaking scene makes the audience feel attached to and have great sympathy for her. Also, this scene exposes the audience to America’s health insurance companies’ irrationality and lack of ability to assist their customers despite the costs the health insurances require. As a result, the audience grows with hatred towards America’s healthcare system and ends up demanding for a universal health system that would help other Americans who are in or may have to face a similar situation....   [tags: universal, private, corrupt]

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A Comparion of Two Musems on Hong Kong´s Maritime History

- In November, I visited two museums about Hong Kong’s maritime history, Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence and Hong Kong Maritime Museum respectively. Though the details of their exhibition are quite similar, many differences can be found between them as Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence is officially organised, while Hong Kong Maritime Museum is private. The report will compare their similarities and differences in various aspects. About the operation of two museums, the obvious difference is that Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence belongs to the government, but Hong Kong Maritime Museum is private....   [tags: organized, private, musems]

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Disappearing Messages in the Workplace: Confide

- There was not much history and background of private messaging applications. Private messaging applications were purposely created to avoid private messages from being read by an unauthorized individual and be untraceable or destroyed after the messages were read. With the recent success and popularity of the application called Snapchat in 2014 and its disappearing messages, Confide application developers created the application based on the same idea for apple only devices but will develop an android version in the future....   [tags: private messaging applications]

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Higher Education And The Middle Class

- In today 's high-tech economy, Americans believe that higher education as a key to the American Dream. Over the years college education has completely replaced a high school diploma as the gateway to the middle class, high school diplomas just don 't cut it anymore. However in conjunction to this belief is a very high price tag in the form of tuition fees. College education is something that most people are expected to have yet it is still something that a significant portion of the population simply cannot afford without going into massive debt with student loans....   [tags: University, College, Private university]

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The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

- “But this had been a sin of passion, not of principle, nor even purpose.”(174). According to the legal statutes and the prevailing sentiment of keeping in accordance with a strict interpretation of the Bible, adultery is a capital sin that requires the execution of both adulterer and adulteress. The Scarlet Letter contains little glee and hopefulness. It is densely constructed in the dark with a single spot of vivid color. The theme of private sin versus public morality in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter creates internal conflict Hester Prynne and Reverend Dimmesdale with the reflection of the imagination....   [tags: Private Sin, Public Morality]

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Internet and the Invasion of Privacy

- Privacy has always been an important value to Americans. The founding fathers valued it, and placed explicit protection of certain aspects of it in the Bill of Rights. But with the invasion of the internet, keeping privacy has become difficult, if not impossible. You have cookies collecting and storing data about you whenever you visit a site. You have browsers tracking the pages you visit. You have Google "scanning" your emails. You have "widgets" on sites that can see what sites you are visiting....   [tags: Hackers, Private, Information]

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Reviewing India’s Industrialisation: Problems and Prospects

- Industrialisation is a very important aspect of a developing economy like that of India’s. Many moderate to radical steps have been taken towards creating a better industrial atmosphere in India. In the decades that followed India’s independence, under the leadership of some stalwart visionaries, India had embarked on a pro-socialist economic development. Many major industries like Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Indian Railways, Indian Airlines, Port Trust of India (PTI), Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) etc....   [tags: public, private, technology, productivity]

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Two Possible Approaches to Addressing Externatlities

- ... The guardian and commerce need to work together in order to restore the environment and protect humanities. “Jared Diamond’s argument that our attitude toward government may actually compromise the quality of life we all value”. What Diamond is suggesting is that when individuals are resisting the government’s involvement in executing laws on zoning boundaries, they are diminishing natural resource, destroying the environment, and harming natural habitats. Porter believe in order to be “Green and Competitive”, there needs to be rules set in the amount of pollution that is created....   [tags: private, social, economic, market]

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Cloud Computing: Services Models and Deployment Models

- Introduction “At its most basic, cloud computing is moving applications accessible from our internal network onto an internet (cloud)-accessible space. We're essentially renting virtual machines in someone else's data center, with the capabilities for immediate scale-out, failover, and data synchronization. In the past, having an Internet-accessible application meant we were building a website with a hosted database. Cloud computing changes that paradigm—our application could be a website, or it could be a client installed on a local PC accessing a common data store from anywhere in the world....   [tags: private, public, hybrid, Community]

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What Are the Arguments In Favour Of Private Health Care?

- What Are the Arguments In Favour Of Private Health Care. Privatisation is a word which is commonly used to describe the practice of medical patients 'going private' and paying for the services of GPs, hospital doctors or hospital provision, rather than using the NHS. Privatisation can also be used to describe the charge imposed for such health care services such as drugs, appliances, dentures and spectacles. There are many arguments which are in favour of private health care in Britain, such as that private treatment is not the luxury that most people seem to think it is....   [tags: Economics]

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The Reality of Socialism: Animal Farm by George Orwell

- “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery” (Winston Churchill). Since the dawn of mankind, men have created and debated numerous forms of government. Governments are systems that regulate states, communities, or organizations through laws and regulations (Government). There are various types of governments, for instance, monarchy, capitalism, democracy, anarchy, and socialism. Socialism is an economic system that is known for its public ownership and planning of all major industries (Socialism 101)....   [tags: government systems, private property]

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Operation of National Security Agency (NSA)

- ... These large companies feel that such operations are unjust and not fair to them or their users since the NSA collects this data without anyone’s consent or permission. Furthermore, the issue of consumer privacy also brings up the discussion as to whether or not the government is overreaching with their power or whether they have the power to spy on their citizens to begin with; another discussion around this topic is regarding the role of the states in helping develop some sort of regulations for this type of information gathering activities....   [tags: private, data, companies, power]

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Exploring Characteristics of Charter Schools in America

- The future of our country relies heavily on the successes of our children. With a rise in global competition and a downturn in the economy, it is now more important than ever for the youth of our country to receive the best education possible. As the Obama administration prepares to revamp the No Child Left Behind initiative, much attention is being given to the challenges and successes of charter schools. A charter school is defined as a school that operates independently from the local school board, often with a curriculum and educational philosophy that are different from the other schools in the system....   [tags: Education, private schools]

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Left Out: Illegal Immigrants and Health Care

- Left Out: Illegal Immigrants and Health Care With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, most Americans are concerned with their private insurance or the benefits with Medicaid or CHIP. However, there is another population that was left out of the new bill almost entirely: undocumented immigrants. There is an ongoing debate as to whether illegal immigrants should be eligible for public health care benefits presented in ACA. The two viewpoints are obvious: to give illegal immigrants health insurance and allow them to reap the benefits of a public healthcare system or to not....   [tags: obamacare, private insurance]

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An Overview of Nigerian Venture Capital and Private Equity

- An Overview of Nigerian Venture Capital and Private Equity Executive Summary Nigeria is facing an uncertain future as outbreaks of ethnic and religious violence continue to place strains on Africa’s most populated country. With the 2003 elections approaching, the continuing battle amongst incumbent politicians and between competing ethnic and regional groups is likely to intensify. Such an environment will test Nigeria’s fragile democracy, which has never witnessed a hand over from one civilian government to another....   [tags: Nigeria Finance Venture Capital]

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The Importance of International Commercial Arbitration

- ... As for the law applicable to the arbitration agreement, in the absence of any choice an arbitral tribunal also has to determine the proper law to decide questions of existence and validity of the agreement. Proper determination of applicable law and subsequent its application have direct impact on the proper settlement of the dispute. Difficulties in detection of the applicable law, the procedure of determination itself and other related issues allow considering the topic of this paper as complicated and having the certain practical sense....   [tags: private law, dispute, proceedings]

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Comparing Saving Private Ryan and The Longest Day

- Comparing Saving Private Ryan and The Longest Day The purpose of this essay is to compare which of the two films (Saving Private Ryan and The Longest Day) is the most emotionally effecting. I am also trying to compare how each of the two films represent war and soldiers to the audience. The camera work in the two films is very different. The Longest Day nearly always uses the "God" view where the camera is taking an aerial shot of the action. The "God" view means that because you are above all the action it feels like you are in control....   [tags: Papers]

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Private Companies Struggle With The Sarbanes-Oxley Act

- Samuel Smiles, an 18th century Scottish, writer once said, "It is possible that the scrupulously honest man may not grow rich so fast as the unscrupulous and dishonest one; but, the success will be of a truer kind, earned without fraud or injustice. And even though a man should for a time be unsuccessful, still he must be honest: better lose all and save character. For character is itself a fortune…" (Zaadz, 2005). Major corporate scandals such as Enron and WorldCom shook the business world at the turn of the century in a powerful way....   [tags: Business Ethics Morals ]

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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Leveraged

- ... It all depends on the economy. If the economy is strong and secure, the buy out should remain strong and solid. If the economy is doing poorly, then the buyout’s success is challenged. Management buyout is a key advantage for leveraged buyouts. It can prevent a company from being shut down or taken over from other companies. To have a successful buyout, you will need to have specific characteristics the will make the buy out more appealing thus including proven management, a positive balance sheet, a diverse customer base, the potential to crew cost reductions through synergies between the merged companies, and market leadership....   [tags: Leveraged buyout, Private equity]

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Private and Corporate Vocations in Utopia by Thomas More

- Private and Corporate Vocations in Utopia by Thomas More Thomas More believed in private and corporate vocations. His beliefs are evident in his book Utopia. He said that everybody has a vocation and it is their responsibility to live up to what gifts they have been given by God. Private vocations exist with the individual person. Married, single, or religious life. Also, what kind of job one does is considered a vocation because you must use your God given gifts to perform your job correctly....   [tags: Papers]

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Saving Private Ryan Vs. The Longest Day

- Saving Private Ryan Vs. The Longest Day Both of these films, Saving Private Ryan (1999) and the Longest Day (1962), are representations of the D-day landings on Omaha beach in France. The war film genre was chosen due to its popularity, historical interest and the excitement and adventure involved in battle. The longest day could have easily been an English propaganda film, as it gave a very un-realistic view on the D-day landings, glorifying the British, and making the Nazis look incapable of winning the war....   [tags: Papers]

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Comparison Between Private Lives and Abigail's Party

- Comparison Between Private Lives and Abigail's Party There are many differences and similarities between the two plays, Private Lives is set in France in the 1930's, Abigail's Party is set in England in the 1970's. The similarities between the plays are, in the beginning of both there is a sense of tension and strain politeness, in Private Lives the tension and strain politeness is due to the two newly wed couple and the awkward conversations between them, where as in Abigail's Party it is due to the growing annoyance between Lawrence and Beverly and because they are holding a party at their house....   [tags: English Literature]

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Who Controls the Private Sphere in an Archaic Greek Society

- Who Controls the Private Sphere in an Archaic Greek Society Abstract: Texts, such as Oeconomicus, reveal that while men in Archaic Greek society had authority over their wives, they were too confident of their control, and once they taught women how to act and behave they granted women authority over the household or private sphere. This segregation of the public and private spheres allowed women control not only over the private sphere, but also some control over her own life. Did women in Archaic Greek society have control over their lives....   [tags: Women Power Greek Greece Essays]

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Praying to God in Private vs. Attending Church

- Praying to God in Private vs. Attending Church This is a very difficult question because there are many different types of prayer, and certain methods may prove more effective for some people than others. For example there is private prayer, meditation (which can be done alone or with others), public worship or silent prayer, sitting in a Church outside of Mass-time. Prayer is an important part of every religion, and all Christian groups do have services available. However, not everybody would put this before private acts of worship....   [tags: Papers]

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Private Development and Corporate Funding to Fight Shoreline Erosion

- Private Development and Corporate Funding to Fight Shoreline Erosion At its simplest, shoreline erosion is the result of the combination of processes, both natural and manmade, by which shoreline and beaches are damaged or lost. For this discussion, wetlands are also included. There is an ongoing debate over the best way by which to preserve beaches, shorelines, and wetlands. Conservation extremists argue that limiting or restricting land use, and restoring damaged property with tax money represents the most prudent answer to shoreline erosion....   [tags: Environment Ecology Ecological Essays]

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Film Analysis of Saving Private Ryan and It's Depiction

- Film Analysis of Saving Private Ryan and It's Depiction The D-Day landings were a significant event in history, so significant that two films have been made about it. The first one is The Longest Day directed by Darryl Zanuck in the 1960s and the second one is Saving Private Ryan directed by Steven Spielberg in the 1990s. AS these films were made in different decades the audiences expectations and tolerances of films differ considerably. The aim of Spielberg was to shock audiences from the very beginning of the film whereas the D-Day landings don’t feature until an hour into the film, The Longest Day is more informative than Saving Private Ryan as it features actu...   [tags: Papers]

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Telehealth; Wave of The Future.

- As our society ages and health care costs increase, government and private insurance payers are seeking technological interventions. Changes in health care policies, demography, and technology have created new visions which help in the delivery of medical care to the rural community. Telehealth is an emerging component or solution to the growing demands of providing in the healthcare service industry. The advent of telemedicine proves to be promising as it helps to combat some of the challenges in our current healthcare system....   [tags: private insurance, government, technology]

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The Issue Of The Cup

- ... Based on each of their interactions with the cup, who is presumed the title owner and will be allowed to receive the grand prize of an SUV. As well, since the cup was found, does the fundamental rule of where the finder assumes the greatest rights aside from the true owner apply. Law, Application, and Counter-arguments: According to the law, one way of potentially acquiring property is in the act of finding it. The fundamental rule is that if an individual finds a chattel or property, they hold the better right of the world except the true owner....   [tags: Property, Ownership, Private property]

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Confusion Between Public and Private Life on The Truman Show

- Confusion Between Public and Private Life on The Truman Show The Truman Show is about a man who has been living in Sea Haven his whole life, thinking that all is right, and that everything is in its right place, that his family, friends and co-workers care and cherish him for who is and respect him for what he has accomplished. But, everything is not what it seems, Truman is being controlled by a television company that has been watching him his whole life. In the beginning of the movie, it starts off by interviewing the actors and the creator of Sea Haven, Cristof, Maryl, Truman’s ‘wife’ tells the audience that this is her life, that her life within the show, is...   [tags: Papers]

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Portrayal of Ohama Beach in Saving Private Ryan

- Portrayal of Ohama Beach in Saving Private Ryan In my essay I have been asked to discuss how realistic the portrayal of the Omaha beach landing is in Saving Private Ryan. Saving Private Ryan was made in 1998 and was directed by Steven Spielberg. The film is about a private called James Francis Ryan who is fighting in the Second World War against Germany. Ryan's three brothers were also fighting in World War two but were tragically killed in combat. Having lost three of her sons, the army set out to find Private Ryan to reunite him with his mother and his remaining family....   [tags: Papers]

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After High School Preperations

- ... In public schools, however, the constitutional rights must be respected for obvious reasons. The disciplinary process takes time and is often a complicated process. ("Private" 141) The public school teachers would have a harder time disciplining students because it takes longer, so that is why private schools seems to have better discipline. Better discipline in high school will help to later in college because the college professors do not want to deal with any misbehaver. Whether or not the disciplinary process takes a long time or not, the students can learn how to get around it and not get in trouble....   [tags: private versus public schools]

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Dream Interpretation of Sigmund Freud

- Everyone in the world has had at least one dream in their lifetime. Most people don’t think much about the dreams they have, unless they are recurring. Most people today wake up from a dream or nightmare saying, “thank heaven that was a dream,” or “too bad that was just a dream.” Many times these dreams or nightmares have more meaning than we think. After a friend told me about some weird dreams he had been having I decided to research the meaning of dreams. I will focus on Sigmund Freud’s idea that understanding our dreams can help us to understand ourselves, and live a much happier and fulfilled life....   [tags: nightmare, private thoughts]

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Specialty Hospitals and Community Hospitals

- Specialty Hospitals and Community Hospitals The Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Moderation Act of 2003 enacted an 18-month moratorium to investigate whether specialty hospitals privately owned by physicians were unjustly profiting from self-referrals to their own hospital (McLauglin & McLauglin, 2008). Many critics of these specialty hospitals contend that they draw the most profitable patients to their facilities; therefore making it more difficult for community hospitals to generate funding for their less-profitable services such as the emergency room (Tynan, November, Lauer, Pham, and Cram, 2009)....   [tags: medicare, private business]

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Ordering Your Private World by Gordon MacDonald

- All work no play may have made Jack a dull boy, but all work no God has left Jack with a lost soul, but he's moving on full steam, he's chasing the American dream, and he's gonna give his family finer things"(American Dream, Casting Crowns). We live in a society today that is all about getting ahead of the rest of the world, no matter what one must sacrifice whiter it be ones morals, belief systems, or even ones family, it as all become about "me" and "my needs". In the book "Ordering Your Private World", author Gordon MacDonald addresses the physical busyness f people today and how it is affecting them in other aspects of their lives....   [tags: Book Review ]

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A Comparison of Generational Conflicts in The Kiss and Marriage Is a Private Affair

- Generational Conflicts in The Kiss and Marriage Is a Private Affair         As a family's lineage develops, there may be apparent differences in the way of thinking, attitude, and devotion to tradition between the generations. These differences or developments can either build up friction between generations, or in some cases ultimately heal the discord between other generations. Both Julia Alvarez's contemporary short story, "The Kiss," and Chinua Achebe's classic "Marriage Is a Private Affair" reveal the conflict that can erupt when one generation of a family diverges from its traditional or family values.  Both accounts display differences in the way of thinking of the conflict...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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The Events of June in The Longest Day and Saving Private Ryan

- The Events of June in The Longest Day and Saving Private Ryan The two clips we saw didn't have the same things being shown in them or in other words, they were different. There's a major difference between the camera angles and camera and lens movements. The focus of the two clips are also different as the second clip, "Saving Private Ryan" focuses a bit more on the individual aspects and it showed more different emotions as compared to the other clip. And also the first clip was focusing more on the army as a whole and showed it as an open event....   [tags: Papers]

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Private Schools Will Not Fix the American Education System

- Private Schools Will Not Fix the American Education System   The American public education system was founded on the radical notion that all members of society should have equal access to education. Also crucial was the notion that a basic common education was essential for a true democracy. This revolutionary system is now in indisputable trouble. Many worry about America’s ability to compete with foreign countries while others address the growing dichotomy between the quality of education in different economic areas....   [tags: School Reform]

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Analysis of Opening Sequence of Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan

- Analysis of Opening Sequence of Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan 'Saving Private Ryan', directed by internationally acclaimed director Steven Spielberg, was the winner of five academy awards in 1998 which included best director, cinematography and film editing. The opening sequence begins with World War 1's historic D-Day invasion of Omahabeach in June 6th 1944. In this essay I will analyse how Spielberg uses various techniques to evoke sympathy and shock the viewer, captures the reality of combat without ever glorifying war itself....   [tags: Papers]

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Sports Stadiums: Turning Public Money into Private Profit

- Sports Stadiums: Turning Public Money into Private Profit       Abstract:  The Stadium  construction boom continues, and taxpayers are being forced to pay for new high tech stadiums they don’t want.  These new stadiums create only part-time jobs.  Stadiums bring money in exclusively for professional leagues and not the communities.  The teams are turning public money into private profit.  Professional leagues are becoming extremely wealthy at the taxpayers expense.  The publicly-funded stadium obsession must be put to a stop before athletes and coaches become even greedier.  New stadiums being built hurt public schools, and send a message to children that leisure activities are more impo...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essay Examples]

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The Analysis of Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg

- The Analysis of Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg Analyse he methods used to make the opening sequence of ‘Saving Private Ryan’ both shocking and realistic, and discuss its effectiveness as an opening to a film The film ‘Saving Private Ryan’ was released on September 11th 1998; the film was directed by Steven Spielberg, and was produced by Paramount pictures along with DreamWorks. Steven Spielberg has directed many films, such as: Jaws in 1975, Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981 and Minority Report in 2002....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of Saving Private Ryan and Longest Day

- Analysis of Saving Private Ryan and Longest Day On the beach in Northern France, an American Soldier searches frantically for his lost arm. Gunshots emerge from all angles of the screen. As this soldier helplessly goes from one place to another, there are more dead bodies piling up on Omaha Beach in Northern France. As this soldier collects his separated arm from the battlefield and walks off into the horizon, Tom Hanks enters a rather explosive battle. He leads his men into battle with nothing more than guns and a helmet....   [tags: Papers]

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Public Private Lives and Emerson's Clairvoyant Solution

- Public Private Lives and Emerson's Clairvoyant Solution My intelligence was sparked when exceptional people opened doors in my mind I didn't know needed light. And while my parents played a part in this I remember more strongly the hand that my teachers played in expanding my mind. Generally there are certain aspects of school that a student remembers but always there is a teacher. For me there were several, and I know I was lucky. I do remember some of the lessons, a few specific classes, but what I remember more is how they acted as people and not just as teachers....   [tags: Education Teachers Teaching Essays]

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Building a Shopping Center on Private or Public Land in Saida

- Building a Shopping Center on Private or Public Land in Saida This project is about investing $5,000,000.00 in building a shopping center on a private or public land in Saida. The construction of the building is about two years. Our company will operate this project for ten years starting the day when the mall is entirely finished. After ten years of operating the mall, the entire building will be transferred to the owners of the land and our company is expected to make a certain profit (as estimated in the income statement on page 4) To do so, it is very essential to follow the marketing plan of this study and consider all the relevant analysis....   [tags: Papers]

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