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The Carpenter Center For The Visual Arts

- The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts is the only building actually built by Le Corbusier in the United States. The structure was completed in 1963. Le Corbusier took his principals of architecture and implemented them into the good design of the structure, giving the building a resemblance of true modernism. The main factors that got my attention were the use of the five principals of architecture and also how the building focus on the circulation between person and structure, In and out of the building....   [tags: Le Corbusier, Modernism, Harvard University]

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The Carpenter Center Of Visual Art

- The Carpenter Center of visual art is a piece of art designed by Le Corbusier, this building was very important to him not only because it was towards his end of career but the only building in North America. The Carpenter Center is one of the main buildings at the Harvard University in Cambridge Massachusetts; it was designed in 1959 and finished construction in 1963. Le Corbusier was a modern architect, and his design element defined modern in a new way. He had a function that believed to explain how modern is being produced and why to do things in a freely minded way....   [tags: Le Corbusier, Modernism, Modern architecture]

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The Occupation of a Carpenter

- The Occupation of a Carpenter Upon the interviews of two trade carpenters, a detailed description of the occupation of a carpenter came clearly into view. From some of the most general there was received a more descriptive perspective. What would someone interested in this job need to do to get started. What personal qualities/traits should a person have to be successful at this job. How did you get started in this field. How much of a challenge is your type of work. What types of writing do you do....   [tags: Papers]

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Sociality of the Neotropical Small Carpenter Bees

- Abstract The origin of eusociality from solitary antecedents is one of the major transitions in evolution. Studies on highly eusocial insects such as ants and honeybees (i.e., those with obligate sterile and reproductive castes) offer limited insights to understanding this transition because all females are phenotypically differentiated into castes with no reversion to solitary life. Conversely, totipotent, flexible species capable of both solitary and social reproduction offer the comparative material to evaluate the relative roles of intrinsic genetic underpinnings versus extrinsic ecological conditions facilitating or impeding cooperative living....   [tags: Animal Science ]

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The Article, Buried Prejudice By Siri Carpenter

- In the article, Buried Prejudice by Siri Carpenter, we are shown how our world has come up with different stereotypes to categorize people. Nevertheless, this is all learned from a young age of how to make these assumptions and further our behaviors toward others. Many of these stereotypes that we have learned to put into categories are blacks versus whites, females versus males, young versus old, thin versus thick, straight and gays and etc. This article explains how people use their “awareness, perceptions, expectations and judgements” to make an accusation about someone because this is how they have learned to survive in the environment in which they live in (pg....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, Race]

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More Than A Carpenter By Josh Mcdowell

- More Than a Carpenter was originally written in 1976(,)??. when a man named Josh McDowell sat down with twelve legal pads, about eight hours of free time, and a lot of coffee in hopes to bring others closer to Christ and for individuals to investigate their own personal claims for Jesus. Mr. McDowell shares in a general way what he used to be like, what happened to him, and what he has been like since. As time went on and more was revealed, the author decided that the book needed a little updating, so he asked his son, Sean, speaker, teacher, and apologetic writer with a double master’s degree (philosophy and theology), to assist him in updating the book....   [tags: Jesus, God in Christianity, Christianity]

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The Culture Set By Former Ceo Jim Carpenter

- Question #1: Describe the culture set by former CEO Jim Carpenter. Would you describe it as a constructive corporate culture, or non-constructive. Why. Answer: The culture set by former CEO Jim Carpenter was to treat his employees like family. Carpenter knew his employees by name and took a general care on how they were. It wasn 't uncommon for him to make visits to his employees homes when they were sick. He felt it was important to do special things for his employees such as holiday parties. He believed in treating his employees right so they felt a sense of loyalty to the company they worked for....   [tags: Need, Want, Change, Management]

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The Inklings by Humphrey Carpenter

- The Inklings by Humphrey Carpenter C.S. Lewis heard the bells of one of the colleges strike noon as he hurried purposefully along the narrow cobblestone streets of Oxford. He disliked giving the tutorials required of his position of Tutor in English Language and Literature at Magdalen College and usually kept the sessions to the minimum required time. However, this tutorial had given rise to a particularly enjoyable debate, and he never liked to cut off a good hydebate, although he now wished he had....   [tags: Lewis Tolkien Charles Williams Dyson Essays]

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Comparing and Contrasting the Poems, Carpenter’s Complaint and Coolie Mother

- The poem ‘Carpenter’s Complaint’ by Edward Baugh was about a carpenter who wanted to build a coffin for his friend; however, the son of the dead man ‘maaga-foot bwoy’ wanted another man, Mr. Belnavis, to build his father a fancier and nicer coffin. He was very mad because he built his friend’s house, but not his coffin. The carpenter described Mr. Belnavis as a ‘big-belly crook who don’t know him arse from a chisel’, and who only got the job to make the coffin because he was a big-shot. We knew that he was in a bar because of line 11 ‘Fix we a nex’ one, Miss Fergie’....   [tags: compare, contrast, compare/contrast, Poetry]

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The Pursuit of Love in The Miller’s Tale in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales

- The Miller’s Tale in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales is a story about a carpenter and his wife, and the two clerks who are pursuing her love. The two clerks were infatuated with the carpenter’s wife, and they employed peculiar strategies in an attempt to capture her attention and ultimately her affection. The two clerks used plans that revolved around religious doctrines and axioms as a tactic of establishing their pursuit as credible. Their use of religion is the reason for the success or failure of all three male characters’ objectives....   [tags: religion, flood, carpenter]

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Buying and Using Quality Materials in Carpentry

- Spending money economically when working in carpentry is always the way to go. Theres a good amount of research on this and usually the author is more about high quality than low quality. Many sources have diverse arguments on the subject for many reasons these authors are all primarily all where or are carpenters with a great deal of experience, low quality supplies in carpentry and the outcome of using both high quality and low quality materials. Quality, quantity and time are three key factors in carpentry and they very much all do matter, but It’s beneficial to buy expensive building supplies because they are more reliable and dependable....   [tags: carpentry, carpenter, construction]

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Cinematography Is an Integral Part of Motion Pictures

- ... For instance, when the test audience disliked some unrealistic fight scenes in the film, the director decided to edit the same. Some of the fight scenes, in which Lovejoy and Jack fight each other for silly reasons, were omitted by the director. From a different angle of view, close-up shots of the lovers (in the deck) provide richness and romantic touch to the scenes. On the other side, long-shots provide importance to the sinking of the ship. E. Sound In the initial stages of the production of the film Titanic, Cameron was not ready to use any song....   [tags: Russel Carpenter's role in Titanic]

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Consider the ways in which the Miller presents John the Carpenter in

- Consider the ways in which the Miller presents John the Carpenter in The Miller's Tale. In your answer you should pay particular attention; - Vocabulary and style - Form - Any other features of language you consider to be important John the Carpenter is a character who Chaucer uses to make an example of someone who is extremely gullible. To some extent, the nature of which he is gullible can often be unbelievable because some of the things he does are of a farcical nature; "Y-geten us thise kneeding-tubbes three, Than shaltou hang hem in the roof full hye" The Carpenter is a central character in the plot because he is the person who the majority of the 'jokes' and farces are based upo...   [tags: English Literature]

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Analysis of Halloween by John Carpenter and Evil Dead by Sam Raimi

- Analysis of Halloween by John Carpenter and Evil Dead by Sam Raimi The horror genre is characterized by the attempt to make the viewer experience dread, fear and terror. Some of the most common elements include vampires, zombies and werewolves. One of the films which I am going to analyze is “Halloween” by John Carpenter which starred Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence. This film was made in 1978; this was considered the film which started the “slasher film” genre. This genre was continued in dozens of violent movies throughout the 1980s....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of the Opening Sequences of John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) and Wes Craven’s Scream (1996)

- Analysis of the Opening Sequences of John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) and Wes Craven’s Scream (1996) I’ am going to analyse the opening sequence of Halloween (1978) and Scream (1996). I will be accounting for the differences and similarities between the two films. To do this successfully, I will be looking at the films’ characters, narratives, film language, organization and ideology and target audience. In the opening of ‘Halloween’ Michael Myer’s sister was represented as passive because she didn’t put a fight whereas in ‘Scream’, Drew Barrymore character isn’t represented as passive and puts up a good fight and defends her self, nearly getting away from the kille...   [tags: Papers]

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Pursuit of Happiness in Bridget Carpenter’s Up

- In the few scenes of Up the audience is introduced to Walter’s obsession with his inventions which would lead to him becoming increasingly frustrated. Notwithstanding that his ambitions would be reduced due to the realty issues he faces. As the play continues, the audience is then introduced to Petit, who re-installs happiness into Walter’s life through conversations which embody work which they are most passionate about. Petit’s conservations would in turn make Walter feel determined and free again to do his inventions....   [tags: Analysis, Economics, Self Determination]

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The Training and Job Information on Carpenters

- ... That is about 144 hours of paid technical training, and 2,000 hours of paid on-the-job training. When you are done, you’ll be a certified construction carpenter. Salary and Pay In Alaska, the pay is very different than the lower forty-eight. The yearly median for Alaskan carpenters is $62,500. In the lower 48, it is $39,900 per year. Alaskan workers get paid about $30 an hour. Everywhere else, it is about $19 an hour. So being a construction carpenter in Alaska is better than anywhere else, they get a higher pay....   [tags: lumber, education, skills, salary, pay]

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Free College Essays - Salinger's Style in Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters

- Salinger's Style in Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters   Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters   J.D. Salinger exhibits a unique and interesting style throughout his many short stories. Salinger's use of language is what distinguishes him from many of the writers in his time (Kazin 296). Salinger is an expert at using the language of his stories to convey emotion to the reader. There is never a leisurely moment in a Salinger short story as he keeps the reader's attention through his excessive use of details....   [tags: Raise High the Roof Beam Carpenters Essays]

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A Marvelous Journey of Return in The Kingdom of This World by Alejo Carpentier

- ... Carpentier himself is a very representative individual to illustrate his perspective of being part of the culture but not the entirety of it due to his mixed background. Carpentier’s literature represents a type of root-seeking nature of his race. By exploring the blended culture of Latin America on the Haitian island, Carpentier does not deny the legacy of some Western civilization, but more importantly, he defines how the native culture coexists with exotic cultures on the island based on a multiculturalism view....   [tags: culture, identity, magic]

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Carpentier’s Use of The Marvellous to Communicate His Character’s Desires.

- Haiti, during both economic wealth and poverty, was challenged by the suffering of its inhabitants; Alejo Carpentier uniquely addresses this marvel with the use of the ‘marvellous’ in his novel The Kingdom of this World (1949). This novel lectures on the progress of the revolution through Haiti’s era of emancipation during the turn of the eighteenth century. A stylistic decision by Carpentier to retell these events using magic realism leaves the reader confused and challenged to comprehend his fictionalized history....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Semejante a la Noche, una history escrita por Alejo Carpentier

- En la breve historia Semejante a la noche, escrito por Alejo Carpentier en el año 1952, pasa veinticuatro horas en la vida de un joven soldado, a la vez que cuenta la esencia del ser humano tras tres mil años. Carpentier divide el relato entre cuatro secciones marcadas por números romanos a través de las cuales salta entre seis distintas épocas de guerra. Superficialmente es un relato sencillo de un joven soldado preparándose para embarcar en una gran expedición guerrera naval. Detrás de esta fachada, la narración del cuento es mucho más detallado y complejo....   [tags: esencia del ser humano]

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Life, Death, And Her Community

- The next set of challenges taught Carpenter about life, death, and her community. For example, a woman named Nico helped begin Carpenters next adventure. Nico was a hippy with rabbits. Pressured to “bunny-sit”, Carpenter was told she could eat what she breed. Raising rabbits was not part of her plan, but the idea of the rabbits was exciting and thrilling. The more she learned the more she felt rabbits may be the perfect farm animal. While learning how to care for rabbits, Carpenter still cared for her bees....   [tags: Nutrition, Eating, Grocery store, Meat]

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Carpentry And Dangers Of Carpentry

- Diverse Carpentry and Dangers Carpentry has been around for centuries, even way back to the neolithic period when domestication of animals and crops had been underway. (Violatti 2014). Through the centuries it has evolved just like the materials, tools and carpenters have. Despite what most people think carpentry is dangerous, and it is more than just building constructions out of wood, there 's more to the profession and different types of carpenters like residential, commercial, and industrial....   [tags: Occupational safety and health, Construction]

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Hegemonic Masculinity Is Criticized For Being Framed Within Hetero Normative Conception Of Gender

- The concept of hegemonic masculinity is criticized for being framed within hetero-normative conception of gender that divides male-female difference and ignores difference and exclusion within the gender categories. Through this theory, many heterosexual and homosexual individuals find their sexual identities through their moral beliefs about their sexual behaviors and dictate whether they are virgin or non-virgin. With the flexibility about virginity loss and the different meanings of what it is being a virgin revolves around complexity, therefore we cannot give a set description of the sexual identity of virginity because of our multiple acts of coitus and sexualities such as gay, lesbian,...   [tags: Sexual intercourse, Human sexuality]

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An Inaccurate Review of The Fall of the House of Usher

- An Inaccurate Review of The Fall of the House of Usher David A. Carpenter, in the form of an essay, addresses Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “The Fall of the House of Usher” by interpreting themes, meanings, style, and technique within the story. His essay review contains many quotes and direct references to both Poe and “The Fall of the House of Usher;” however, Carpenter’s analysis proves itself to be inaccurate. Carpenter repeatedly writes statements of which he claims are true, but then argues contrary points....   [tags: Fall House Usher Essays]

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Case Case Study : Limited Partnership

- Case 18-3: Limited Partnership The legal issue in the McBeth versus Carpenter case involves the question of whether James Carpenter’s purchase and selling of the Texas property, without notifying Sandra McBeth, constitutes a breach of fiduciary duties under the limited partnership contract. The rule of law in this case is the fiduciary duties of partners under the law of limited partnerships (LP). A Limited Partnership is a public and formal process that must follow statuary requirements. The formation of the LP contract must have at least one general partner and one limited partner along with a signed certificate of limited partnership (Cross & Miller, 2015)....   [tags: Partnership, Corporation]

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Morals in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

- Morals in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales When Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales, he had certain morals in mind. Chaucer usually dealt with one of the seven ?deadly. sins as well. The humorous Miller?s Tale is no exception. The Story is about a carpenter who marries a young beautiful woman who is much younger than him. The moral of the story is revealed in the second paragraph, when Chaucer, through the voice of the miller, notes of the carpenter, ?Being ignorant, he did not know of Cato?s advice that a man should marry a woman similar to him?....   [tags: Papers Chaucer Miller's Tale Essays]

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The Reentry Bar

- Photos of rockets charging into space lined the walls of the Reentry bar. George relaxed into the bar stool, drained his drink and put the glass down. Joe realized that George was about to start a story and wondered how many times he had heard this one before. "May I purchase a drink?" A stranger standing next to George asked. George nearly fell off his stool but with the poise of years of bartending Joe asked,"Sure, beer OK?" "Bourbon would be better. Is this sufficient?" He reached into a pocket and dropped a dollar coin on the bar....   [tags: Creative Writing Essay]

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The Knights and Miller´s Tale in Chaucer´s The Canterbury Tales

- ... One of the prisoners falls in love with Theseus’s sister-in-law, and is heartbroken that he can’t see her. The other prisoner also falls in love with her, they both argue over here, but realize there s no point because they both are in prison. Later on Mercury comes to the Theseus’s prison and tells Arcite(one of the prisoner) that he needs he needs to go back Athens. Arcite is just weak and feels like he can’t go on, but he says maybe he could use a disguise and no one would recognize him....   [tags: love, funny, chivalry]

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Assistive Technology : Access For All Student : Chapter Six Reflective Paper

- Assistive Technology: Access for All Student: Chapter Six Reflective Paper Sunshine Glance Technology in Special Education 1. According to Beard, Carpenter, and Johnson (2011), ”To make progress within the general education curriculum, many students with physical disabilities require related services to access the school’s physical environment, general education curriculum, and extracurricular activities” (p. 94). To be able to accomplish the access that is needed for students with physical disabilities for their education, many things must be considered, including positioning, wheelchair design, and mobility aids....   [tags: Disability, Education, Wheelchair, Environment]

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Gendercide and its Cultural Components by Mary Anne Warren

- Gendercide and its Cultural Components The topic of Gendercide is not much in the public eye as much as researchers would like. However amongst the professionals, it turns out to be a debated topic. The definition alone has some arbitrary research. The term gendercide originated in the mid 1980’s by Mary Anne Warren where she referred to it as “the deliberate extermination of persons of a particular sex” (as cited by Jones, 2006). The main focus during her early work on gendercide was women and girls....   [tags: sex, extermination, discrimination]

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Comparing The Miller's Tale and The Reve's Tale

- Similarities in The Miller's Tale and The Reve's Tale     "The Miller's Tale" and "The Reve's Tale" from The Canterbury Tales are very closely related. They both deal with the relationship between a jealous man, his wife, and a young scholar(s), and they both are immoral stories that contain sex and violence. This proves that the Miller and the Reeve are two very corrupt individuals. However, these tales also share some differences. For instance, the main character in "The Reeve's Tale" is a Miller, while the main character in "The Miller's Tale" is a carpenter (which was the Reeve's profession), and both tales are different in the way the Miller and the Reeve are port...   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]

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Welfare Recipients Drug Tested

- There has been an ongoing controversy as to whether welfare recipients should have to have drug testing done. Drug testing will ensure that recipients will not abuse the money they’re given by the government. Having people on welfare take drug test is advantageous because it could save the system money, it would help social workers identify children who are around drug abuse, and it would deter people from purchasing and using illegal drugs; however, it does have a downside such as people who are on prescription medication will show false positives, it can be an invasion of privacy and drug testing can take hundreds and even thousands of dollars to administer....   [tags: drug testing, public assistance]

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Literary Analysis : The Canterbury Tales And The Decameron

- Literary Analysis In the classic story of the Canterbury Tales and the Decameron, one sees many similarities between the two books. The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, and The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio are tales from different characters put together to make a story. In the Canterbury Tales, there is all sorts of people from all social class making this pilgrimage to Canterbury from London. There are people like a knight, cook, shipman, man on the law, merchant, friar, monk, and yeoman and more....   [tags: The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer]

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The United States Should Not Remain The Indispensable Country

- Issue 1: Should the United States Seek to Remain the Indispensable Country. Ted Galen Carpenter, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, challenges conventional wisdom and argues that the United States should not seek to remain the indispensable nation in the international system in “Delusions of Indispensability”. Carpenter depicts the concept of the U.S seeking to remain the indispensable nation as “dubious” and a “blueprint for strategic overextension” of resources leading to a “failed paradigm” (Pg.19)....   [tags: United States, World War II]

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Anthropic Paradox

- Anthropic Paradox The Blast Off was lined with photos of rockets charging into space. George settled into the bar stool, took a drink and put the glass down. Joe recognized this as the preparations prior to the start of a story and hoped he had heard it only a few times before. A stranger appeared next to George and asked, "May I purchase a drink please?" "Sure, bourbon OK?" Joe asked. "That would be fine. Is this sufficient?" He reached into a pocket and dropped a dollar coin on the bar. It bounced a few times and Joe slapped his hand down to keep it from rolling off the bar....   [tags: Creative Writing Essay]

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Designing A New House With The New Technology Is It Experience, Talent, Or Training?

- What do you think help carpenter to build the new house with the new technology is it experience, talent, or training. But none of these could help a beginner getting involve in the carpentry career. With the new technology we as carpenter no matter what the skills you have there are easier way to be a able to work on the house or to understand more of what is going on and then you are more compatible on building the house with the new environment,with the weather, and maybe to lower the cost and think out of the box to build the house with the technology to help you....   [tags: Building, Construction, Fire protection]

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The Importance of Buying American Made Products

- It is a good practice to buy American made goods if possible. Because the American public no longer thinks before they buy an item, we are losing out manufacturing base every day that passes on the calendar. Every day you watch the news there are stories about how bad the economy is and getting worse with each tick of the clock. In the recent history, United States of America was the leading exporter of goods but now we run a trade deficit each year. John Carpenter in the article “Why You Should Buy American Made Products,” at the website has made the point that the American public has to take a share of the blame because they have lost their patriotism and pride....   [tags: Economy, Made in America]

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Should We Be Done At An Early Age With Children?

- In the world today, people are trying to understand the people around them and open their minds to new ideas and concepts. They believe that this is something that should be done at an early age with children. If children have exposure to different kinds of people when they are young, then when they are older they will be more open. By mixing classes of students with and without disabilities, we hope to achieve this goal. This act of mixing classes is called ‘Inclusion’ and it is currently being practiced in schools around the world, but it has yet to be fully accepted in the educational community....   [tags: Disability, Educational psychology, Education]

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The Relationship Among the Mind, Body and Learning Outcomes

- The mind and the body are not only connected, but are a single entity that rely on each other (Dreher, 2003). Both the mind and the body must be in peak condition in order to optimize learning outcomes. The scientific community must destigmatize the mind-body connection with further research and begin separating facts from pop culture fiction. Since knowledge is the lifeblood of the academic community, it seems pertinent to find how to optimize students' circumstances to encourage the best opportunity for learning potential....   [tags: Optimizing Learning Outcomes, Mind, Body]

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Virginity And Double Standards Associated With Males And Females

- Virginity and Double Standards Associated with Males and Females The following paper will talk about virginity and factors that affect the way people view it. This paper will also be talking about the different ways culture and religion can change how young people -by young people it is referring to late adolescences and early adulthood- think about the loss of virginity. Another important topic touched is how double standards can create certain stigmas that are associated with males and females....   [tags: Sexual intercourse, Human sexuality]

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My Concerns A Race Related Discrimination And Disparaging Me

- Dear, I would like to talk about my concerns a race related discrimination and belittling me done by the thesis adviser, Dr. Carpenter, and the Director of the History Department, Dr. Hines. After passing HIST691, according to my academic plan, I had to take HIST699 to graduate. But, there was an interesting feedback at the end of the course, HIST691, that it was the adviser’s feedback on my proposal from Dr. Anne Venzon as below: Feedback for HIST691 Rifat your topic is a good one, but there are some serious difficulties with the actual writing....   [tags: Doctor of Philosophy, Academia, Discrimination]

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The Custom Woodworking Company Case Study

- Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Custom Woodworking Company Corporate Profile 3 III. Opportunity 4 IV. Project Concepts 5 V. Case Study Proposal 5 VI. Project Processes and Knowledge Areas 6 VII. Project Planning 7 VIII. Quality 8 IX. Cost Estimating 9 X. Risk Identification and Management 10 XI. Facility Startup and Project Closeout 11 XII. Conclusion 12 XIII....   [tags: Project Management Case Study]

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Employee Motivation & Expectancy Theory

- In today’s digital world, employment has become much easier to find. Gone are the days of buying newspapers, looking over countless job ads, mailing in resumes, and waiting days for a response. Anyone can access employment sites such as,, or and find their dream job. The specificity of job search engines have made it easy to find a particular job in a particular field, click the submit resume button to apply for it, and move on. Tens or even hundreds of jobs can be applied for in no time at all....   [tags: hiring process, looking for a job, digital age]

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Priorities: Path-Makers of Life

- “I've been lucky. Opportunities don't often come along. So, when they do, you have to grab them”, said Audrey Hepburn – a British actress and humanitarian. In life, there are thousands of opportunities that come along the way. However, one cannot seize them all for some are more important than the others. Setting priorities then unravels the problem of deciding on what to take first. But then again, opportunities are not always there just as how time inevitably passes. There can be a moment when someone is ready to grab them but they are already gone....   [tags: social issues, philippine, virginity]

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Summary Of The Canterbury Tales

- Summary of The Canterbury Tales The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories set within a framing story of a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral, the shrine of Saint Thomas à Becket. The poet joins a band of pilgrims, vividly described in the General Prologue, who assemble at the Tabard Inn outside London for the journey to Canterbury. Ranging in status from a Knight to a humble Plowman, they are a microcosm of 14th- century English society. The Host proposes a storytelling contest to pass the time; each of the 30 or so pilgrims (the exact number is unclear) is to tell four tales on the round trip....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Gothic Period

- The Gothic Period in the twelfth century influenced the creation of Gothic Revival Architecture in the nineteenth century. Gothic architecture began in France in 1140. Some of the first buildings made using this style are the Basilica of Saint Denis and the Cathedral of Sens. (Gothic Architecture By Paul Frank) This style of architecture started losing popularity in the early sixteenth century, but did not die out completely during this time period. Gothic architecture was still predominantly in cathedrals and churches....   [tags: architecture, design, buildings]

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Inclusion Of A Special Education Classroom

- Inclusion Model in Classrooms; Yes or No. Issue Inclusion of all students in classrooms has been an ongoing issue for the past twenty-five years (Noll, 2013). The controversy is should special education students be placed in an inclusion setting or should they be placed in a special education classroom. If the answer is yes to all special education students being placed in inclusion, then how should the inclusion model look. Every students is to receive a free an appropriate education. According to the Individual Education Act (IDEA), all students should be placed in the Least Restrictive Learning Environment (Noll, 2013)....   [tags: Special education, Education, Gifted education]

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The Legal Drinking Age Of 1984

- The legal drinking age is the age which one has to attain to be protected by the law when purchasing or drinking alcohol in the given country. The national minimum drinking age act of 1984 raised the legal drinking age from the previous 18 years to 21 years (Carpenter & Carlos). The enactment of the law saw the United States get into a group of four states in the world where the legal drinking age is above 18 years with the other three countries being Japan, South Korea, and Iceland. In the recent past, arguments have been advanced on whether the legal drinking age in the United States should be lowered to eighteen years or remain at 21 years....   [tags: Drinking culture, Alcoholism, Binge drinking]

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Management : The Principle Of Management

- What is Management. Management “is the art of getting things done through the efforts of other people” (p.8). We all know that the management is not how it was when it was first started back in the early 1990s. Managers have a big responsibility of making sure there managing their areas of responsibly and team very well. Principle of Management is a way of making sure you are managing your work by involving others to make sure it gets done. According to our text Carpenter, Bauer, & Erdogan (2009) ,”the principles of management are the activities that “plan, organize, and control the operations of the basic elements of [people], materials, machines, methods, money and markets, providing direc...   [tags: Management, Frederick Winslow Taylor]

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Extinction Risks for Coral Reefs

- Coral reef ecosystems around the globe are threatened by human interferences and climate change. This has led to many scientists conducting studies on global coral reef ecosystems to gain a better understanding of the cause and effects of coral reef damage. In both Hodgson’s (1999) and Carpenter et al.’s (2008) studies, they are aware of the continuous degradation of global coral reef ecosystems. Hodgson's study involved conducting a survey on global coral reef ecosystems to see whether human actions were affecting the health of supposed pristine Coral reefs....   [tags: Ecology]

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Should Mandatory Vaccinations Be Mandatory?

- Evaluative Summary Jessica Boyd English 104 Andre Berchiolly Northern Illinois University 31 January 2015 Vaccinations are currently a very controversial topic and seeing as though all 50 states require students to have certain vaccinations before entering school; it must be a logical reason as to why that is. However, parents or guardians are still allowed to get this requirement waived, and that is what makes the topic so controversial. Some people feel as though this requirement should not be waived, because it is not safe, but others do not have a problem with it at all....   [tags: Vaccination, Vaccine]

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Socrates And The Allegory Of The Cave

- The philosopher Plato in his seminal work The Republic argues using Socrates as his vehicle in the allegory of the cave that knowledge and truth lead to freedom. Glaucon and Socrates enter into a discussion of a group of prisoners who can only see what is right in front of their faces. They are chained in a cave unable to move. Behind them in there is a fire and a group of puppeteers, their keeps, who use props: vessels, statues, puppets, and other objects to cast shadows on the wall in front of the prisoners....   [tags: Plato, Knowledge, Truth, Epistemology]

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Motivation in the Workplace

- Motivation is a very broad term that is discussed in a variety of settings. There is the motivation to perform in a business setting, the motivation to perform on the field of competition, the motivation to provide for friends and family, and the motivation to accomplish goals that have been set. These are all various motivations that any one person can be involved with at any time. According to Maslow, motivation always exists within a person and in various forms, “...motivation is constant, never ending, fluctuating, and complex, and that it is an almost universal characteristic of practically every organismic state of affairs” (Maslow, 1954)....   [tags: Motivation & Work Behavior]

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Taking Sides: Inclusion

- Taking Sides: Inclusion According to Stout (2001) the concept of inclusion can be differentiated into mainstreaming, inclusion and full inclusion each describing the amount of time special education students become part of a normal education classes. “Inclusion is a term which expresses the commitment to educate each child, to the maximum extent possible, in the school and classroom he or she would otherwise attend” (definitions section, para. 2). This commitment is based on the belief that special needs students would profit from the regular classroom environment (Noll, 2014, p....   [tags: Mainstream, Special Education, differentiation]

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How Does Chaucer Present The Miller To Become Such A Vivid And Vibrant

- How Does Chaucer Present The Miller To Become Such A Vivid And Vibrant Character. ‘The Canterbury Tales’ is a selection of stories written in Middle English. On a spring day in April sometime in the 14th century 29 pilgrims (including Chaucer as a character 30) set out for Canterbury on a pilgrimage. Among them is a knight, a monk, a prioress, two nun’s, the friar, the squire, the yeoman, the merchant, a clerk, a sergeant of the law, a wealthy landowner, a doctor, the wife of Bath, a supplier, the reeve, a somonour, a pardoner, Harry Bailey (the host), Chaucer himself, a haberdasher, a carpenter, a weaver, a tapestry maker, a dyere, a cook, a shipman, a poor parson, a plowman, and a miller....   [tags: English Literature]

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The Beginning Of A Marriage

- The beginning of a marriage is supposed to be a happy time. The husband and wife have just committed to loving one another through the good times and bad. They have pledged their lives to one another. The marriage they just entered is supposed to mark a new chapter in their lives. One that is filled with joy and bliss. It is a time where the husband and wife make plans for their future. They discuss the things they want to do as husband and wife and they look forward to all of the memories they will share together....   [tags: Marriage, Husband, Wife, Abuse]

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The Characters in the Millers Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer

- The Characters in the Millers Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer During the middle ages, religion was the matrix of a person’s life. Everything, even boiling an egg, depended on religion, for the egg was cooked when the prayer was finished. With religion came certain morals and ideals that even now are associated with Christianity. A person was viewed based on how he measured up to the ideals of his profession or position in life. This was mostly proven in the satiric tone that Geoffrey Chaucer chooses to give to the narrator, in the Prologue, when describing such corrupt characters as the Monk and the Pardoner....   [tags: Papers]

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Humor in Chaucer's The Miller's Tale

- Chaucer's "The Miller's Tale" should be tragic, because a lot of horrible things happen to the characters. The carpenter's wife is disloyal to him, sleeping with others and making fun of him with Nicholas. Also, he is depicted as a fool. However, readers get a humorous feeling from the story, rather than feeling sorry for the carpenter's unfair life. Chaucer makes the whole story come across as comic rather than tragic. This humor is created by the Miller's narration, the use of irony, the cartoon-like characters, and the twists of plot....   [tags: Comic Effect in The Miller's Tale]

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The Importance Of Teaching Grit Predict Academic Success With At Risk Youth?

- Grit: Does teaching grit predict academic success with at risk youth. Intelligence has been widely thought as a predictor for student success across grade levels. The recent studies done by Angela Duckworth, assume a different opinion for contributing factors of student success. Duckworth is one of the leading researchers and forbearers for the academic buzzword, grit. According to her definition, grit is the tenacity and desire to strive towards long-term goals. Grit, is implemented by working with diligence despite challenges, having tenacity despite the failures, road blocks or plateaus that one may face working towards the goal....   [tags: Education, Goal, Goal setting, Learning]

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Analysis Of John Charles Lutwidge Dodgson 's ' White Rabbit '

- Sample Literary Research Paper Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, best known by his pen name Lewis Carroll, has written many novels, poems, and short stories in his lifetime but his most famous for his children 's “nonsense” novels: Alice 's Adventures in Wonderland and the sequel Through the Looking Glass. His works, especially the two mentioned, have influenced countless readers over the years, and references to his writings can be found in every type of media from the song “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane to the the Matrix trilogy....   [tags: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]

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Analysis of The Titanic, by James Cameron

- Within the context of film industry, the film Titanic by James Cameron belongs to epic romance/ disaster genre. The film, released in 1997, was a global box office hit because the director provided equal importance to history, fiction and romance. To be specific, one can see that the film’s plot is based upon the history of RMS Titanic. On the other side, the main characters including the protagonist and the heroine (Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater/Dawson) are fictional characters. Besides, the element of romance between the main characters (Jack and Rose) is the film’s main attraction....   [tags: The Titanic Essays]

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Benefits Of Mere Fitness And Motor Functioning

- Whilst not a widely known concept, the role that the environment and the natural world play in all of our lives is a vastly underestimated one. Not only can outdoor trekking and bush walking offer such health benefits that come from moderate continual exercise, but participation in the other outdoor activities and the natural world as a whole, can indeed have health benefits that extend far beyond the benefits of mere fitness and motor functioning in instead include physiological, social, mental biological and economic benefits (Pryor, Carpenter, & Townsend, 2005)....   [tags: Natural environment, Nature, Ecology, Human]

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Crime And Its Effects On Society

- Crime and criminality are never simply a matter of laws, procedures, courts and penalties; they are the subject of conversations and debates, fears, fantasies and fascination. Customary histories of crime and criminality in nineteenth century England usually begin with the social changes brought about by industrialization. The social upheaval caused by population growth and urbanization, precipitated a response from social reformers, and commentators who determined to solve criminal elements within society by agitating for change....   [tags: Crime, Criminology, Juvenile delinquency]

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Friendship At The Same Time

- The Panchatantra shows that friendship is one of the most valuable things in the world. It shows both the benefits and dangers of friendship while at the same time showing how easy it is to lose a friend. The ideals of friendship, the things that give it value area often hard to describe. It could be based off of what someone gains for instance counsel or favors. The benefits of friendship transcends favors and gives individuals the opportunity to show their inner self without fear of judgment....   [tags: Friendship, Interpersonal relationship, Affection]

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Is Wether Or Not Bees?

- Some may see the bees as just a buzzing nuisance out to sting and chase them around the yard, what many don’t realize is that the whole world could turn into a barren, lifeless scene without the bees. No plants, no food, possibly not even humans would survive. The topic I will be exploring is wether or not bees are vital to our survival. Put away all thoughts of zombie apocalypses, or sudden major earthquakes: bees should be the main focus because they could do even more damage than a zombie apocalypse, and what’s worse is that the possibility of bee extinction is closer than you think....   [tags: Beekeeping, Honey bee, Queen bee, Apidae]

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Canterbury Tales - Comparison of the Miller's Tale and the Knight's Tale

- A Comparison of the Miller's Tale and the Knight's Tale        It is common when considering The Canterbury Tales to discuss how some tales seem designed to emphasise the themes of others. Two such tales are the Miller's Tale2 and the Knight's Tale3. At first glance these two tales seem an incongruous pairing. The Knight's Tale is told by an eminent person, is an historical romance which barely escapes a tragic ending, and its themes are universal: the relationship of individuals to providence, fortune and free will....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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The Canterbury Tales

- In The Canterbury Tales, written by Geoffrey Chaucer, the stereotypes and roles in society are reexamined and made new through the characters in the book. Chaucer discusses different stereotypes and separates his characters from the social norm by giving them highly ironic and/or unusual characteristics. Specifically, in the stories of The Wife of Bath and The Miller’s Tale, Chaucer examines stereotypes of women and men and attempts to define their basic wants and needs. In the Miller’s Tale, the story tells of a carpenter and his wife, Allison and how she is pursued by multiple men....   [tags: The Canterbury Tales Essays]

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Motivation in the Workplace

- All employees analyze their environment and strive to be recognized and rewarded for their hard work and dedication they put into the company, in a word they are seeking justice. Justice can be defined as a person receiving what they feel they are entitled to and if they do not receive what they deserve the situation may board on injustice. Unfortunately in today’s society justice and appreciation are not given out to all those deserving (Pinder, 1998). A major problem to address is how to keep the motivation level high in a company when the employees do not feel appreciated....   [tags: Motivation & Work Behavior]

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J.R.R.Tolkien: Master of Fantasy

- John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (J.R.R.Tolkien) was a philologist in the very strict sense of the word. This term, philologist, comes from Greek [φίλος (philos) and λόγος (logos)] and literarily means ‘love for words’. According to the Oxford Dictionary, it is “the scientific study of the development of language or of a particular language”, which is precisely what Tolkien did all through his life. Tolkien was, as has been said, a profound lover of words, which he begun developing from a quite early age....   [tags: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien Biography]

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Women in Video Games

- Women in Video Games In the beginning, according to some, there was Adam and Eve. The story is a familiar one. It is taught to churchgoers from an early age. However, the tale of genesis and paradise bears a deeper meaning concerning the roles of its principle characters. Think of Adam. He was created in God’s image, and is the default model upon which the rest of humanity is based. Think of Eve. She was created as an after-thought, using Adam’s rib, and is of lesser importance and strength. Interestingly, but not surprisingly, it is Eve who gives in to temptation and gets the both of them thrown out of paradise....   [tags: patriarchal notions, stereotypes]

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The Role of Competition and Predation in Ecology

- Competition and predation are two key factors that affect the stability of an ecosystem, such as a lake. There are three theories on the affects of competition. Competition may lead to competitive exclusion, stable coexistence, or niche differentiation. It has been shown that in marine environments, species are strong competitors for both light and nutrients and thus competition leads only to competitive exclusion (Passarge et al. 2006). The competitive exclusion principle states that if two species compete for the same resource in the same location, then one of those species will go extinct because one species will be the better competitor (Jenson 2010)....   [tags: ecology]

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The Biblical Era Of Biblical Times

- In the Biblical era many civilians had a completely different life than ours, and their life was not as simple as ours. Most people in the biblical century an everyday life consisted of living in rural areas and harsh work in order to provide for the family. Many people believe life, in Ancient Biblical times, was not as tough as some people set it out to be, however many people had to suffer from hard work, diseases, slavery, daunting occupations, and poor quality clothing. A common everyday life in Biblical times was not much different from our life today if you exclude all of our technology and modern homes....   [tags: Bible, Israelites, Infectious disease, Canaan]

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Important Female Roles: Don Juan Canto by Lord Byron and The Miller’s Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer

- In Don Juan Canto 1 by Lord Byron and The Miller’s Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer, women play cardinal roles in the development and advancement of the pieces. In the 17th and 18th century, women were still considered to be the masters of deceit by using their feminine wiles to entice men. In both of these pieces, women are the catalyst to the embarrassment and loss of livelihood that the main male characters face. As is seen in much of the literature of these times, women were typically the main reason for any misfortunates that the men faced because of their “natural” ability to tempt the ways of men....   [tags: seductresses, women, moral]

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Proposal on Means of Improving Studying Conditions for Students: I Propose the Study Table

- Studying has been extraordinary for me for many years now. I define studying by sitting on the bed (Indian sit) and slouching my back against the wall with the notes positioned near my crossed legs. After a few minutes, I began to lie down which eventually forces me to stop studying and just rest. I would wake up after two hours of rest since I’m unconscious of the time; only to think that I wasted a lot of time. Therefore, I wasn’t able to finish studying and get things done. What I did was an improper way of studying – Studying on the bed....   [tags: college, higher education]

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The Morality in Medieval England from The Miller's Tale by Chaucer

- ... By chasing Alison he also does not respect his own religious promises to god. Being a man devoted to religion meant Absalom's life was not meant to be tied to worldly possessions, but throughout the piece he uses his power as a church clerk and well respected member of his community to stalk and give gifts to Alison. These worldly attachments and his inability to move on from his secular love for material goods and Alison seems to be the source of Absalom’s punishment. As is his custom of the day he seeks Alison out....   [tags: religion, society, customs]

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- The Industrial Revolution was a remarkable time in history because it led to a new source of energy, textile production, and the beginning of factories and mines around the world. By establishing factories and mines, many people were able to go to work and provide for their families after their spouses passed away. This enabled many women and men to establish work, wherein the past they had no way to provide for a household or themselves. Although the opportunity to establish work was often appreciated, there were consequences that went along with working at such establishments that many were not aware of....   [tags: Women's Rights ]

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How Have We Evolved Within The Management Field?

- How Have We Evolved in the Management Field. When business started to develop they started out to be small stores and only one owner and maybe a hired help. This was the years when everything cost from a penny, nickel, etc. When the small stores started to grow the more people they would had to hire and this is what we grow into having to manage more employees. For five management theory/principle milestones, we will talk about the significant of a milestone and when the times was right. Who “fathered” the principle and the signs....   [tags: Management, Leadership, Peter Drucker, Sociology]

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South Sudan: Challenges Facing Africa's Newest State

- With the continued development of third-world countries becoming more of a trend, international powers expect that the world is making a larger shift towards total democracy. With the establishment of one of the world’s newest states, South Sudan has many challenges ahead of them yet to conquer in their quest of total independence. How can one make sense of the international relations of establishing a new state. Since secession is not a new theory, we should outline and map the challenges faced by the country of South Sudan....   [tags: Diplomacy]

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Assessment of Manipulations in Commodities Futures Markets

- Though complicated in implementations, neither market power nor fraud is sporadic in commodities futures markets. Although such perplexity does constrain understandings as well as prosecution attempts (Fischel and Ross, 1991; Markham, 1993; Pirrong, 2010), basic market functions, such as hedging and price discovery are apparently weakened with fraudulent prices (Hull, 2003). Some manipulations shaped the regulatory framework in commodities futures markets, like the 19th century corner in grain, which generated the initial need for regulations (Lower, 1991; Sharp, 2009)....   [tags: market power, electricity, energy markets]

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