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Contribution to the Evolution of Distance Education

- Distance education as we know it materialized in the 1960s, and although it predominantly consisted as a self-directed learning method (correspondence courses, with textbooks and previously prepared lessons), it presented opportunities for the working populace to receive an education; however, it was also the foundation of an emerging issue which accompanied distance education and continued to adversely develop as time progressed, yet modern online learning has been enhanced by the theories of illustrious scholars....   [tags: education model, andragogy, interaction]

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Human Resource Challenges: Current and Future Issues

- Human Resources Challenges: Current and Future Issues According to the author, Human Resource is the “practices and policies needed to perform the personnel aspects of a managerial job” (Dessler, 2011, p. 2). Generally, HR focuses on state and federal laws as well as company responsibilities such as staff benefits and payroll and the hiring or termination of employees. In addition to concentrating on the workforce of a company, the HR manager works cohesively with other members of management....   [tags: job responsibilities, hiring, termination]

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Unequality in Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut

- Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle once said, “The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal.” Kurt Vonnegut portrays Aristotle’s philosophy brilliantly in his short story “Harrison Bergeron.” The story depicts the American government in the future mandating physical handicaps in an attempt to make everyone equal. Vonnegut describes a world where no one is allowed to excel in the areas of intelligence, athletics, or beauty. Yet, the inequalities among the people shine even brighter....   [tags: aristotle, society, god]

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Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: When does it work?

- Developed in the 1980s, solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a relatively new therapeutic approach that changes how the client looks at their situation. (Corey, 2012) SFBT is considered an optimistic-based therapeutic approach. SFBT is goal-oriented and future-focused that concentrates on solutions to the problems the individual is facing rather than the problem itself. (Corey, 2012) This positive approach assumes that each individual is competent and possesses and ingenuity necessary for solving their problems with the resources they already have....   [tags: SFBT, therapeutic approaches, psychology]

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The Relationship between African Americans and Racism

- The essence of this essay reveals the definition of human rights and the politics of its victimhood incorporating those that made a difference. Human Rights can be seen as having natural rights, a fixed basis in reality confirming its importance with a variety of roles; the role illuminated will be racial discrimination against African Americans. The Preamble suggests its determination to affirm human rights, rights for both men and women without the discrepancy of race. Sadly most people don’t know their rights, but do agree it’s based on respecting the individual, and as a human being we are entitled to it; who’s deserving and who’s not is not a determining factor, however being alive is....   [tags: human rights violations, politics]

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Sir Gawain and The Green Knight

- In the Pearl poet’s Sir Gawain and The Green Knight, an epic talk emerges to reveal a man’s journey of honesty, morals, and honor. Sir Gawain accepts a challenge in place of his uncle King Arthur, with hidden tests and viable consequences. As Gawain begins his journey, he proudly upholds his knightly honor and seeks out his own death; however, Gawain gives into his human emotion and is soon distracted from his chivalrous motives. As a result of this distraction, Gawain is marked with a scar to show his dishonest and cowardly deception....   [tags: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight]

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Importance of Storytelling To Human Progress

- Sharing experience is not an occasional but a systematic activity of our species, a form of information exchange and social organization. Teachable experience takes an individual receiving an advanced template of behavior much further in his success in life. Sharing and teaching experience have become so intrinsic and advantageous for our species that an investigation of what forms of sharing/teaching are most effective – the best stories and the best ways if taking them - naturally came into play....   [tags: Philosophy]

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Angela Weld Grimke: Agent of Change

- “We know it matters not what we have been, but this and always this: what we shall be.” This quote by Angela Weld Grimke herself explains how important her future was to her. She was defiantly the kind of person who wanted to change the world and the opinions of people to make a change for the better. She also knew there were ways to improve herself, and this was something she would strive for in her everyday life. Angelina Weld Grimke was the first African American make it big in theater. From her magnificent plays to her great poetry that was published, Grimke changed the theater world in ways the common person would not even realize....   [tags: Biography]

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Conflict Between North and South Korea

- The rising tension over the sinking of a South Korean ship reached to a serious conflict between South Korean and North Korea. South Korean is accusing North Korean for firing the torpedo on purpose which resulted in 46 sailors deaths. According to Yonhap news, North Korean military official accused the South of intruding into North Korean waters in the Yellow Sea. North Korea sends a warning message to South Korea by firing torpedo to warn South Korea to not intrude in to their waters in Yellow Sea....   [tags: International Politics ]

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Succes as a Leader: Problem Solving

- Often the successful of leaders has been indentified with the problem solving in their environment. Often the leader’s qualities, their skills and values are forgotten in the moment when they have fallen in one or another crucial situation. The leaders have been judged by history from their successful in problem solving and many times the rests of contributions have been minimized or maximized in function of their success in problem solving. Like generals in battles the leaders need to demonstrate their full performance in the moment when a problem needs solutions....   [tags: Informative Essay, Qualities]

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The Movie Version of The Odyssey

- We cannot deny the inheritance of Homer, to Shakespeare’s dramas. The Greek culture provided much of the bases for Shakespeare’s writings. Homer though blind, gained intense knowledge and philosophical skills from Plato and Aristotle. Plato and Aristotle was eager to establishing a methodical way of communicate through alphabetic writing. The introduction of and adaptations of the Phoenician alphabet the Greeks added vowels. Homer’s ability to recite oral accounts of biblical books, stories of wars, of gods....   [tags: Homer, Greek Culture]

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The Development of Karl Marx's Critique

- 1. Marx’s work, for the unfamiliar, has been usually reduced to The Communist Manifesto and/or to some abridged versions of Capital. This, of course, makes impossible a serious analysis of his work. A great deal of Marx’s contribution is not only outside his most popular books, but in the evolution of his though, in his intellectual path, in the dialog between his ideas. In paying attention to that, we are giving Marx his real importance. In this sense, it is crucial to describe and understand the context and the process which led to the development of Marx’s ideas, both in his earlier texts and in the later ones....   [tags: Comparison of Critiques, Political Economy]

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The Fetishism of Coffee in America

- There are many essentials that are fetishized by Americans; one of those things is coffee. It is no secret that there is a big demand for coffee with many specialty coffee shops springing up, such as Starbucks, Peet’s and Coffee Bean. Oftentimes, the consumer loses sight of where things come from and how they are produced. A key component of production is the producer. The consumer does not pay enough attention to the ethical treatment and wages of the producer. This paper discusses Karl Marx’s premise on Fetishism of Commodities and its direct relation to the production of coffee, focusing on the value of the coffee bean as well as how that directly impacts the farmer and his family....   [tags: Fetishism of Commodities]

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Business Analysis of Google and Nortel

- Business Analysis Team C analyzed two internationally known technology firms: one that has succeeded and one that has failed within the past five years. The successful company chosen was Google and the failed company chosen was Nortel Networks Corporation, also known simply as Nortel. From this analysis, the team members were able to determine several key indicators for both the failures and successes of each business as well as the role of organizational structure and leadership. The team then also developed a plan to implement change that would prevent impending failure and revamp the failing business....   [tags: Google, Nortel]

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An Exploration of Constructivist Teaching Methods

- Introduction Constructivist Learning theory suggests that learning is achieved through the active engagement of the learner through the senses. A learner constructs his or her own knowledge through the application of background knowledge and both new and past experience. Constructivist approaches to learning are aligned with what research suggests are the most effective practices for promoting student learning and engagement; they are learner rather than teacher centered and they promote self directed learning practices among students by engaging them in dialog and problem solving strategies that are relevant to real world experiences....   [tags: Constructivist Learning theory ]

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The Breakdown of Sympathy for Othello

- Some critics discuss the breakdown in sympathy for Othello during the 20th Century. Do you agree that this is the case and does it apply to Giovanni. As defined by Aristotle in his analysis of tragedy, an audience must experience a sense of catharsis to be affected by a tragedy, meaning it is key that sympathy is felt for the tragic hero or the tragedy will be ineffectual. What makes Othello a successful tragedy is the way that Shakespeare establishes pity for Othello throughtout the play, even in his lowest moments as a character, and it is the lack of this in Tis Pity She’s A Whore that means the audience loses any sense of pathos by the end of the play....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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Structuralism Developed by Ferdinand de Saussure

- Structuralism was developed by Ferdinand de Saussure in the mid-twentieth century (Cuddon and Preston 923). This creation was brought on, in part, by the French existentialism period and is often combined with the semiotic theory of literary criticism; both are the source of development for other literary criticisms from the formalist schools of thought. As the name suggests, structuralism examines the structure of the work, investigating the ramifications of the organizations of literatures (McManus, 1998)....   [tags: literary theories, french existentialism]

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Social Media as an Advertising Tool

- There was once a time when companies used to spend heavily on publishing, compelling, ads on newspapers and magazines just to put the word out there, but times have changed and so have the medium used to broadcast these ads. Nowadays, companies use the internet to spread the news, to be more specific, companies use the social media as an advertising tool. Over the years, social media has vastly changed the way we communicate and interact with one another, some examples of such social media might be Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube etc....   [tags: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube]

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In Defense of Historical Fiction

- The genre of historical fiction novels can be subdivided into many categories and often crosses genres, such as historical mysteries and romances. The traditional definition of the historical fiction genre is “fiction set in the past” where the author is writing from research rather than personal experience. This definition leaves a lot of room for interpretation, controversy, and contradiction. Critics in the media, even when they praise individual historical novels in their reviews, somehow manage to turn this praise into criticism of the genre as a whole....   [tags: Literature ]

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George Washington's Feelings About Slavery

- An abundance of scholars and general public regard George Washington as a prime example of leadership, citizenship, and overall individual achievement, and with good reason. When first learning of about George Washington in grade school, I was only told of his great accomplishments. The following composition will challenge the reader’s perception of our Nations first President as well enlighten the reader to debatable evidence of a more selfish racist. Thus forth, the following will show several of his accomplishments and how they not only overshadow his more deplorable actions but place his character and honesty into question....   [tags: Slavery Essays]

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George Washington: Flaws and All

- There are many individuals in American History, whom we as Americans regard for their courage and audacity in shaping our nation. We learn in our history classes the great accomplishments of our founding fathers such as Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Ben Franklin. One other great founding father and our First President, George Washington was one whom we learned much about. We learn in school that he is as a prime example of leadership, citizenship, and overall individual achievement for his many contributions to our nation’s earliest struggles....   [tags: Informative Essay]

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The Evolution of Modern Marketing

- Introduction In order to understand marketing one must first analyze the history of production and sales as it advanced into a marketing based approach to customer satisfaction. By definition according to rdi, “marketing is a business philosophy, the process responsible for anticipating, identifying and satisfying customer current and future needs”(rdi, 2011). To appropriately cognize marketing, one must acknowledge the evolutionary progression that transpired allowing the concept of marketing to establish existence....   [tags: Marketing ]

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HAMAS: A Conventional Terrorist Group?

- HAMAS, an Arabic acronym meaning “Islamic Resistance Movement”, is the name of the socio-political organization currently in power over the Gaza Strip. For decades Jews & Muslims and Israelis & Palestinians, often one in the same, have fought for control over the region. Each have killed thousands of the other, destroyed infrastructures and used underhanded tactics to gain an advantage. Nations such as Japan, the European Union, the United States and (of course) Israel classify the group as terrorists, while nations such as Turkey, Russia and Switzerland do not....   [tags: Terrorism ]

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Illegal Immigration and the Economy

- A major national debate rages over U. S. government control of immigration and the impact foreign workers exert on the country’s economy. Sometimes the rhetoric reflects on the benefits but more often it focuses on the burdens being forced on society. While conversations range from bland indifference to outright hostility, the loudest and most incendiary opinions drown out the more moderate voices and dominate the tone and tenor of the dialog. Americans are uncertain about how immigration is affecting the US economy and this is apparent in the conversation....   [tags: Immigration ]

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Personal Progression of Public Speaking

- In life, we rarely have the chance for a do-over, but I feel like returning to college is mine. Throughout high school, my grades were never above average and until about a couple of years ago I considered myself to be unintelligent. What I failed to see was my level of commitment. Once I began applying myself, the grades earned reflected that. This concept coincides to my public speaking ability. Many students, including myself, walk into a speech class thinking that it will be the Easy A of the semester and quite frankly I devoted a good amount of time and hard work to earn my A’s and B’s for this course....   [tags: speech, presentation, audience]

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Khakis Tell Quite the Story

- In the 1997 article Listening to Khakis, published in the New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell effectively paints a vivid picture of the thought and science that goes into advertising campaigns. Gladwell begins his paper by focusing on the Dockers’ advertising campaign for their line of adult male khaki pants, which he labels as extremely successful. This campaign was the first line of successful fashion advertisements aimed directly toward adult males (Gladwell, 1997). This campaign was cunningly simple and showed only males wearing the pants being advertised with the background noise filled with men having a casual conversation (Gladwell, 1997)....   [tags: Listening to Khakis, Malcom Gladwell]

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Everyday Use, by Alice Walker

- Everyday Use, written by Alice Walker is a short story narrated from the eyes of the character Mama. The author uses cultural symbolism throughout her work to tell the tale of struggle between a mother and her two daughters. The tale unfolds at Mama’s house during the Civil rights movement in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when African Americans were struggling to define themselves and their heritage, the dialog shows conflicting views of how their culture should be appreciated as Mama and Maggie enjoy a visit from Dee....   [tags: Cultural Symbolism, Heritage]

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Cooperation Between School and Family

- Introduction There is overall consensus at the theory level, legislation level, in public and among professionals on the importance of cooperation between family and school. In the contrary to this consensus is the reality of educational practice in which genuine cooperation between the school and family is more a remarkable example or exception than a generally applied standard of practice. In the contemporary world, partnership is almost a ‘commonplace’ or even a fashionable (but sometimes empty) slogan in considering each social and thus educational practice as well....   [tags: Three Partnership Models]

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Communications and Leadership at Kroger

- You are a management consultant for Kroger to analyze communications and leadership. You have been asked to submit a final report to the executive team with UR findings including the following USE terms Communications and culture: Kroger’s formal communication structure or flow utilized within the chain of command defined by the organizations CEO uses the three formal channels and types of information that is conveyed in a downward, upward, and horizontal communication style. This is used by the top CEO, Rodney McMullen, in a downward style through the numerous chains of command, finally reaching all the way to the various store brands and store level management....   [tags: Kroger Case Study]

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Reasons Behind Violence During Revolutions

- INTRODUCTION This essay will try to analyze reasons behind violence during revolutions as studies have shown that peaceful revolutions are more successful than violent ones (53% vs 26%) (Lakey, 2012). It is necessary to point out where exactly violence comes into action so the essay will deal with six possible causes that startle violence amongst demonstrators: inequality/class conflict/instability, individual(public) desire for leadership, lack of dialog/compromise, lack of democracy, violation of human rights/extremism and lastly, escalation....   [tags: inequality, democracy, extremists]

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The Phenomenon of Fan Fiction

- A superhero is a type of fictional personality having unusual talents and powers. They most often appear in books of comics. After their triumph in the printed district, they have been featured in novels, TV series, radio serials, movies, and any other media. Most of them appearing in other media are tailored from comic strips, but exceptions and changes are common. Superheroes have had the typical characteristics of being athletic, tall, attractive and knowledgeable. A phenomenon refers to a circumstance, an occurrence or a fact that is perceptible by the senses....   [tags: hero, fictional personality, hobbies]

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Horizon Report: Higher Education Editions

- The Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Editions seeks to answer several questions and as such examined emerging technologies for the potential impact on and use in teaching, learning and creative inquiry within the environment of higher education. They also seek answers to the many local factors which affect the practice of education, the issues that transcend regional boundaries and questions common to higher education. This report focused on 18 topics identified by the expert panels which are likely to impact technology planning and decision making: six key trends, 6 significant challenges and six important developments in educational technology....   [tags: technology, teaching, creativity]

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Bill Gates: History of Microsoft

- Table of Contents History of Microsoft…………………………………………………………………..3&4 U.S vs Microsoft………………………………………………………………………5&6 Verdict……………………………………………………………………………...6,7,&8 What was Learned………………………………………………………………………10 History of Microsoft During the early seventies, type writers were the means of copying documents. Very few people knew anything about or heard of microcomputers. This all changed when two young computer enthusiasts, Paul Allen and Bill Gates, discovered a way to make computers more personal....   [tags: small business, IBM, internet]

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The Noble Lie: Plato's Republic

- The concept of the noble lie begins with Plato in the Republic, where in search of an ideal state he told of a magnificent myth^1.The society that Plato imagined was separated into a three tier class structure- the Rulers, Auxiliaries, and the labor or working class. The Rulers, he said, would be selected from the military elite (called Guardians).The rulers would be those Guardians that showed the most promise, natural skill, and had proven that they cared only about the community’s best interests....   [tags: philosophy and politics]

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Something Wicked This Way Comes

- American society has gone through several cultural changes over the recent decades. Something Wicked This Way Comes was written during a time of great social change; the author, Rad Bradbury, did a thorough job in reflecting the changing social environment of the 60s within his own characters. In 1962, the year in which Something Wicked This Way Comes was released, the youth of the United States were experiencing the Hippie movement, the adults of the 60s were dealing with the process of excepting their new found places in the world, and the society of the 60s faced an incessant issue with self acceptance....   [tags: Rad Bradbury, hippie movement, countercultures]

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Necklace Assessment

- Necklace Assessment The story begins by showing the reader the main character, Mathilde Losiel. The narrator tells the reader about Mathilde's thought towards her life. The character seems unhappy because she thinks that by some error she was born lower in the hierarchy, than she was made for. You are drawn into the story when you see the differences between her supposed life and the life she is living. You feel that she might get to live her supposed life when the story progresses. You are also held in by the event of her husband getting an invite to a party of the rich....   [tags: English Literature]

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The Qualitative Report

- Barzun's unsettling depiction of history is a fitting beginning to The Qualitative Report in that a narrative of qualitative and critical inquiry also rejects absolute, finality, and authority and embraces ambiguities, uncertainties, and diversities of human experience. Just as talk of qualitative and critical reflection is a multiversed experience, so too is talk about that talk: What are possible and impossible shapes and forms of a twelve or so page publication dedicated to re- presenting a phenomenon which seems to resist and to tease con-formity....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Oral Language Development

- Oral Language Development Children develop oral language at a very early age. Almost every sound a human being makes can be considered communication. As children grow up, they are constantly observing and practicing communication and oral language. What they know about oral language has an effect on the development of their literacy skills. “Students who had difficulty with early speech communication skills were believed to be at risk for reading…and consequently writing” (Montgomery, 1998). Therefore, the development of oral language has an effect on the ways in which emergent readers develop literacy....   [tags: Talking Speaking Oral Writing Education Essays]

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Troubleshooting Software Conflicts

- Troubleshooting Software Conflicts Programs running in the Background Sometimes you will run into the problem where two programs that are installed on your PC conflict with each other and refuse to run at the same time. It can be tricky to find the culprit, because you think that no other programs were running, so what could possibly conflict. You'd be surprised at how many programs are running on your PC right now. Take a look right now and be amazed. Push Control (Ctrl), Alternate (Alt) and Delete (Del) on your keyboard right now....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Hacking Truths Manual

- Hacking Truths Manual Welcome to another Hacking Truths Manual. This time I have a collection of Tips and Tricks which no body normally knows, the secrets which Microsoft is afraid to tell the people, the information which you will seldom find all gathered up and arranged in a single file. To fully reap this Manual you need to have a basic understanding of the Windows Registry, as almost all the Tricks and Tips involve this file. Important Note: **************** Before you read on, you need to keep one thing in mind....   [tags: Hacking Hackers Computers Software Essays]

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Methods of Computing

- Systems Development Systems Analysis and design - What's wanted Systems Development - Building and Programming Systems Implementation and review - Testing and training Structured Methods In the 1960's there were a large number of grand scale projects which came to a disastrous end due to being delivered late, over budget and not working. The reason for this was a chaotic development process e.g. Sid goes ill and no one knows what he has been programming. As a consequence of this, structured methods have been developed....   [tags: Computers]

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Analysis of Psycho

- Analysis of Psycho Psycho, originally released in 1957 as a novel written by Robert Bloch, is now better known as a film by the true master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. The version was first viewed by the audience on a big screen in 1960. Taking on the role of the editor and director, he created a film that merely survived the censorship laws. In the course of making the film he broke all film conventions at the time by displaying its leading female having lunch in her white undergarments in the first scene....   [tags: Papers]

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The Emergence of English

- The emergence of English began to appear in 5th century AD after the Angles, Saxons, Jutes and Frisians invaded Britannia in the 4th century. Referred to as Old English back in the day, the language has undergone several transformations to where it is now called English. Today, over 750 million people speak English as a language and at least half of those use it as their mother tongue (McCrum et al., 2002, pg. 9-10). Many people rely on English to serve them financially and for social purposes (Crystal, 2003, pg....   [tags: Language]

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Omega, Inc. Case Study

- Abstract This paper presents a case study regarding Omega Inc., which has a contract sales force for its products. The contractors are employed by independently operated franchised dealers and do not work directly for Omega. Recently, Omega provided a training program for the sales force designed to improve sales performance and the franchisees instituted a performance management system to measure goal accomplishment. There are six primary steps in a performance management system and this paper will review five of the six steps as each relates to the subsequent step....   [tags: performance management process]

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Oh Those Bigfoot Movies!

- Reading Loren Coleman's blog, Cryptomundo, is a chore I willingly do to try and keep up with the status of special pleading and positive confirmation bias being presented as evidence and reason within the cryptozoological community. Usually, this is an exercise in reading posts which appear to be meant to generate website traffic and/or blur the line between legitimate Zoological/Biological discoveries and the “field” of cryptozoology. Anyone who reads this blog is aware of my opinion of the quality of Cryptomundo's material....   [tags: Cryptozoology]

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Disorder and Early Sorrow

- Thomas Mann, the author of “Disorder and Early Sorrow,” grew up in the late 19th Century and early 20th Century into the newly created Germany. Loathing school, Mann fails to graduate and must teach himself after realizing his mistake. Diligently, Mann prepares for a career in journalism by studying history, economics, and literature at a university. As the Great War arrives, his career stops abruptly but gets rekindled by his political short story “Reflections of an Unpolitical Man,” which purely focuses on the problem of being of German nationality after the war (Mann 1)....   [tags: Literature Review]

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A Generation of Keyboarders

- As personal computers invade every aspect of our lives, I fear that a new generation of young people is eschewing “live” conversation I should have recognized it several years ago. At the time, I was the manager of a group of production schedulers in a manufacturing plant. Several young charges reported to me. Two of them had adjoining offices. What better physical setup for communicating, I thought, since their respective areas of responsibility frequently overlapped. I thought nothing of it when I frequently received copies of their emails to others; it’s usually a good idea to keep the boss informed....   [tags: Electronic Communication]

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Intercultural Communication Through Humor

- I delve into this research project hoping to acquire more information about humor and language. What makes some things funny and others not. How much of humor is based on culture or intellectual development. What I found was that no one really knows these answers yet. What there has been research on is humor and communication. To narrow my focus further, I chose to examine research papers relating specifically to intercultural communication through humor. I picked two studies to analyze which cover opposite ends of the intercultural humor spectrum....   [tags: Communication ]

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The Real George Washington

- A numerous amount of scholars and the overall general public regard George Washington as a prime example of leadership, citizenship, and overall individual achievement, and for good reason. When first learning of about George Washington in grade school, I was only informed of his great accomplishments. The following composition will challenge the reader’s perception of our Nations first President as well as enlighten the reader to controversial evidence of a more manipulative selfish man. Although Washington is well known for many political accomplishments little is known or said about his views regarding slavery....   [tags: Biography ]

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A Socratic Sophists Dialectic

- Socratic dialectic can be bluntly described as a pursuit to seek for wisdom concluded by an in depth understanding through a group dialogue. Whereas sophistry can be described as a deceiving type of confab, this values debates and argumentation that teach virtue. The aim of a Socratic dialectic is to establish truth from discussion which helps those within a group to establish veracity on a basic or broader subject. Rhetoricians or Sophist teach the purpose of virtue; sophist way of communicating would prefer to argue and debate specific subjects, which only in turns leads to skeptism, and success of a winner....   [tags: Philosophy ]

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The Book of Acts

- The book of Acts is the second volume in Luke’s inspired history of the life and teaching of Christ and the successive ministries of His apostles. The book is addressed to an unknown “Theophilus”, as is his Gospel, who is probably a financier of Luke’s thoroughly researched journalistic enterprise. The purpose of the book is to set forth the historical foundation of the acts and teaching of the apostles, to demonstrate the faithfulness of the Church in pursuing the Great Commission, and to reveal God’s plan for the inclusion of both Jews and Gentiles in the New Covenant, with a view towards the immanent Millennium kingdom of Christ....   [tags: Christian Theology]

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Internet Surfers and Cybersecurity

- The Internet, a network of interconnected computer networks, provides a wealth of information for just about every purpose imaginable. Students can access pertinent information regarding their courses, children can watch streamlining cartoons, corporations can conduct e-commerce transactions, and independent artists can promote their latest album. The multi-media aspect has attracted millions of visitors around the world to download the latest songs, albums, movies, ringtones, ebooks, video games, software, and more....   [tags: Viruses, Phishing]

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OpenText and Six Sigma

- Introduction OpenText is a software product company that specialise in enterprise content management solutions. The company is involved in several implementation and consultancy projects across the globe to provide business specific solutions and technology to manage and utilise content. Over the past 4 years, there has been an exponential growth within OpenText as an organisation through acquisitions. OpenText has been acquiring at a rate of 3 companies every year and this has resulted in several unique challenges within the organisation in the form of different cultures, products, processes and resources....   [tags: Project Management Strategy]

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The Little Rock 9

- • Introduction • The controversial topic of race • "Beyond religion, beyond class, beyond politics and ideology, for centuries race has been the single most controversial question in America’s dialog. Even three years after the decision of Brown vs. Board of Education deemed that segregated schools were unconstitutional, the arrival of the nine black students to the all-white southern school was a threat to white Americans."(Dickerson) • There were over 100 black students who signed up to go to Little Rock Central High, but only 9 ended up there....   [tags: The Little Rock 9]

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