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An Exploration of the Theoretical Support of the 24 Game

- Mathematical Exploration: The 24 game An exploration of the theoretical support of the 24 game An introduction to the 24 game: Overview: The 24 game is a mathematical card game which originated from China in the 1960s and popularized in China and America later. It is a game which required its players to make fast calculations, and it can be competitive. After years of spreading and development, the game has derived into a lot of different rules. In this research paper, the topic is mainly focused on the original rule....   [tags: mathematical card game, china, ]

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The Selfish Nature of the Spanish and Portuguese Exploration

- Throughout the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, Spanish and Portuguese exploration can easily be described as vast. With continuing curiosity, a sense of adventure, and a desire to save souls, expeditions lead to the New World in the Americas and eastward to Asia. However, it can be argued that no one of importance tried to stop the atrocities that were coinciding with the exploration of foreign territories. This is because the Spanish and Portuguese claimed that they were advancing humanity, but in reality, they were doing everything out of selfishness....   [tags: land, conversion, incan]

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The Dangers of Scuba Diving and Underwater Exploration

- Scuba diving can be a fun activity, you just have to take certain health and safety precautions. There are lots of dangers in scuba diving, and underwater exploration. There is always the danger of a shark attack. Sharks are closer to the banks during the months of April through September. From the months of October through March, they have migrated South for the Winter. After returning from migration, sharks are often hungry and tend to feed on things other than whats on their diet. Most attacks on humans are in the months of April and March....   [tags: shark attacks, gastrointestinal tract]

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European Exploration And Colonization Of Native Americans

- European exploration and colonization was immensely impactful on the lives of the Native Americans. Before the arrival of European explorers, Native Americans had developed their own complex culture. Native Americans showed that they were more than just indigenous barbarians by building magnificent pyramids, creating calendars, implementing superior farming practices, and designing larger cities. Native Americans also lived a more healthy lifestyle through frequent bathing, unlike the Europeans....   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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The Landscape of Horror: Exploration of Genre and Setting

- The Landscape of Horror: Exploration of Genre and Setting Setting is an integral feature of literature, but the hierarchy of narrative mechanics varies depending upon genre. In tragedy the conflict could rank as the greatest element based on the conflict’s ability to incite emotion in the reader. In horror fiction the setting is greatly fundamental because outside forces (i.e. elements, landscape and the unknown) incite fear in the characters and readers which in turn accelerates the plot; Also the setting plays a hand in molding the atmosphere, tone and theme of a piece....   [tags: literary elements, litrerature]

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A Self Reflection And Exploration Of Becoming A Counselor

- A Self-Reflection and Exploration in Becoming a Counselor Recurrently, I have encountered many people who question my reasons to become a mental health counselor. It is consequently of tremendous value for me to analyze the events in my life which directed me to the field of counseling. Previous evaluations of my motives suggest that I want to understand and help people who suffer from addiction. Other methods of insight have narrowed my purposes in line with social justice. Accordingly, I wish to assist those who are a part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) community who suffer from addiction exasperated by confounding issues....   [tags: Homosexuality, LGBT, Bisexuality, Gay]

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The Self : Reflection Of Self-Exploration Of The Self

- Exploration of the Self The self is as incredible complex part of our being. It twists and sways, never constant. We all look at ourselves in a different light. None of us may be perfectly alike, but we do share similar attributes that connect us. With are common attributes we can put our self into different categorize. Looking at some aspects of people can help us determine other aspects that commonly go along with them. Tests like a “who am I” test or self-monitoring test can give us insight to who we are and why we do what we do....   [tags: High school, Standardized test, Self]

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Richardson 's Exploration Of The Getting Of Wisdom

- Richardson’s exploration of the effect of clothing on Laura’s education in Chapter 10 of The Getting of Wisdom, first published in 1910, reveals the intersection between class and gender roles within Australian society. This passage highlights Richardson’s theme of the destruction of innocence, as social expectations begin to motivate Laura’s actions within the text. The changing characterisation of Laura throughout the text emphasises the role of the boarding school in the imposition of gender roles....   [tags: Sociology, Gender role, Social class, Patriarchy]

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The European Exploration And Colonization Of North America

- Rough Draft Throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth century there was a great expansion into the European exploration and colonization of North America. Many Europeans sought to change their lives in the new world. Here, they could start new life, and live free of the religious persecution occurring in Europe. The British were one of the main Europeans groups whom settled and colonized North America. The British and Native tribes had a very unique relationship that was at times civil and mutually beneficial but often, there were times where the British colonization had many negative effects on native tribes such as war, annexation of land and infecting native tribes with old world diseases t...   [tags: United States]

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Exploration, Economy, And Edification : An English Exposition

- Exploration, Economy, and Edification: An English Exposition From establishing colonial settlements in the New World to becoming the diverse financial powerhouse of sugar plantations in the West Indies, the British Empire undoubtedly set a gold standard for territorial acquisition, economic efficiency and political unification. Harboring a thirst for financial gains and profit, the British Empire effectively established itself overseas, tapping into foreign markets and leveraging natural resources to construct a complex economy involving international trade, streamlined distribution and cheap labor....   [tags: British Empire, Slavery, United Kingdom]

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Exploration of Feminist, Freudian, and Marxist Reading

- Readings allow responders to create meaning of the text and compose within their own and others context. Exploration of "Feminist”, “Freudian" and “Marxist” readings allow the readers to view certain concepts and explore themes from various different perspectives. All these readings encompass certain thematic concerns, from which a certain degree of parallelism from each perspective can be established, as well as differing concepts and issues. The feminist reading explores ways in which texts depict the place of women within society....   [tags: Thematic Literature, Psychoanalytic Criticism]

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Shakespeare’s Exploration of Madness in their Novels

- Shakespeare’s Hamlet explores the motif of madness through the portrayal of Prince Hamlet and Ophelia; Shakespeare portrays the madness as originating from King Hamlet and Polonius, the two overbearing fathers within the story. The two fathers can be seen as the catalysts for their children’s madness, whether the madness be feigned or not. Ophelia and Hamlet have in them residing a love that they must hold at bay due to the requests by their separate fathers; one father sends his child on a mission of vengeance that leaves no time for love and the other father fears for his child’s reputation so requests that they stay away from their beloved....   [tags: hamlet, ophelia, polonius, shakespeare]

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Using Exploration And Reaction From A Classroom

- In the midst of preparing for a recent classroom essay using exploration and reaction, several scientific research papers were examined. The documents were long, often complex and somewhat boring. For an individual who enjoys creative versus factual reading (and writing), reviewing each one was like watching Charlie Brown listening to the “wha-wha-wha” trombone notes representing the unseen teacher in an animated episode of the “Peanuts.” A simple translation (or different writing style) would have been welcomed....   [tags: Scientific method, Research, Academic publishing]

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Language Exploration And Awareness By Larry Andrews

- Chapter eleven from Language Exploration and Awareness, written by Larry Andrews, puts a perspective on the amount of children that are in the United States who at one point did not speak English. The numbers have produced and are still developing today. For me, the issue of non-English speakers in a classroom is interesting because I come from a small town where everyone’s culture and language is essentially the same. Therefore, while reading this chapter, I asked myself the question, what would I do if I had some students who did not speak English in my classroom, just as Andrews ask this question in chapter eleven....   [tags: Education, United States, English language]

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Exploration od Deep Sea Corals

- Exploration of deep-sea corals as an archive used to measure Nd isotopic signature is fairly new to the field for paleoceanography and paleoclimatology. During formation of the aragonite skeleton radiocarbon and the Nd isotopes are incorporated in direct proportion to the Nd isotopic composition of seawater (Van de Flierdt et al., 2010), recording formation of the water masses over short periods of time. The 143Nd is produced by the radioactive decay of 147Sm, the 143Nd/144Nd ratio, εNd, is the fractional deviation from “bulk earth” value....   [tags: paleoceanography and paleoclimatology]

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Exploration of Memory

- Exploration of Memory Forgetting is a common process that occurs near enough every day. The general definition of forgetting is the inability to recall or recognise something that has been previously learned. Forgetting occurs in both short and long term memory, and several explanations have been put forward as to why forgetting occurs. There are two main theories concerning forgetting in long term memory. The first explanation was the decay theory, this suggests that information stored in memory can eventually fade away....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration in Nature

- Exploration in Nature Lewis and Clark led the way and took part in an amazing adventure, and an expedition is exactly what it was. They dared to venture into a region unknown to them. Among the unknown was the nature surrounding the paths they were to take. Lewis and Clark, as well as everyone else on the expedition, had only ideas of the geographic areas they were braving. This is shown throughout The Lewis and Clark Expedition. The journal entries throughout this book show just how important nature was to the explorers....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of HIV

- Exploration of HIV HIV infection is a worldwide outbreak – a deadly disease – affecting people everywhere. The spread of HIV infection has occurred on such a scale, and the impact of the disease is potentially so devastating to world health, that only a concerted, global response is appropriate. What is HIV. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is an organism known as a retrovirus. Like any virus, HIV must use the cells of another organism – its host – to survive and reproduce....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Alienation

- Exploration of Alienation “It has to go”, cried his sister. “That’s the only answer, Father. You just have to try to get rid of the idea that it’s Gregor. Believing it for so long, that is our real misfortune. But how can it be Gregor. If it were Gregor, he would have realized long ago that it isn’t possible for human beings to live with such a creature, and would have gone away of his own free will” (Kafka 52). The relationship between family member’s in Kafka’s Metamorphosis is an interesting theme addressed, and somewhat distressing subject....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Exploration of Franchising

- Exploration of Franchising Definition Franchising offers an excellent opportunity for you to be in business for yourself. When you hear the word " Franchise" you probably think of fast food restaurants such as Burger King, McDonald's or Subway. But the truth is Franchising is so much wider than that. In simplistic terms, franchising is where a successful business format is replicated. This will involve the setting down into an operations manual all the systems and procedures that the business owner has found gives them the best chance of success....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Castles

- Exploration of Castles A.D 450 saw the creation of castles. Romans were "replaced" by Anglo Saxon foes, and these did leave behind a system of castles however these were for Motte and Bailey castles built in the reign of Edward the confessor. The Norman invasion of 1066 was one of the causes for castles to become an important part of defence. After king Harold's defeat by William the conqueror, William was concerned about how he would control the country with only a limited number of troops facing a hostile environment....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Discipleship

- Exploration of Discipleship A disciple is a follower of someone or something. In the gospel this means to follow Jesus' example, to care and love for other people and never turn anyone away in any circumstance. Each generation has heroes or idols to follow and look up to. This was the same two thousand years ago. Jesus Christ was in demand for so many people. Jesus was walking along the Sea of Galilee when he called the first four disciples. He saw Simon and his brother Andrew fishing, "Come follow me", Jesus said "and I will make you fishers of men" Their response was immediate; they left their nets and followed him....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Cults

- Exploration of Cults Aum Shinrikyo Cult: Asahara Shoko, the founder of the Aum Shinrikyo cult stresses liberation from bad karma through meditation. This belief has slightly altered in Aum Shinrikyo cults although it still strongly beliefs in the removal of bad karma. In this cult a believer can remove their bad karma by enduring various sufferings. Members and leaders use this idea to justify the abuse of other members. With the growth of this cult throughout mainly Japan the beliefs have become more serious and dangerous....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Hajj

- Exploration of Hajj Hajj means "inhabitation" and in Islamic terminology refers to the pilgrimage to the mosque of the noble Ka'bah in the magnificent city of Mecca. Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca, it is one of the five basic requirements of Islam. Muslims should make this journey at least once in their lifetime, it is a duty for all Muslims to visit the Ka'bah and stand before God on Mount Arafat. Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. The true Hajj is to be made between the 8th and 13th of Dul Hijjah, which is the twelfth month of the Islamic calendar....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Saltaire

- Exploration of Saltaire 1 Why was Saltaire built. (10) Living conditions in industrial towns at this time were really outrageous for many, and disease was able to spread swiftly in the unsanitary, unhealthy conditions which were a common characteristic of many of the industrial towns of this era. Cholera outbreaks in 1832 and 1844 killed many and reflected a disregard for the laws of health and cleanliness. Work conditions at this time were also poor. Thousands of children from seven to fourteen years were compulsory to work from six o'clock in the morning to seven o'clock in the evening with no more than a half an hour break....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Euthanasia

- Exploration of Euthanasia Euthanasia is when an ill person or somebody with a major disability wants to end their own life to stop their pain or so their family and friends can be free of looking after them, it's not just when somebody is ill but it is also when they decide enough is enough. There are many types of euthanasia. Voluntary euthanasia - when the ill person chooses to ask to die but is incapable of committing suicide without any help. This is often called 'assisted suicide' Involuntary euthanasia - when other people decide that it would be best if someone's life ends because he or she is not able to make such a decision....   [tags: Free Euthanasia Essay]

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Exploration of Hajj

- Exploration of Hajj Hajj, or pilgrimage to Makkah is a central duty of Islam whose origins date back to the time of Prophet Abraham (PBUH). It brings together Muslims of all races and tongues for one of life's most moving spiritual experiences. For 14 centuries, countless millions of Muslims, men and women from all over the world, have made the pilgrimage to Makkah, the birthplace of Islam. In carrying out this obligation, they fulfil one of the five "pillars" of Islam, or central religious duties of the believer....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Realism

- Exploration of Realism Left realism is a new way of approaching crime, which disputes the ideas of the left idealists such as Marxists. They attack the idea that crime can only be solved through a radical revolution and offer practical realistic solution s to crime. Similarly right realists also look at crime from a different angle. When looking at the causes of crime left realists do not agree with the idea of the ‘modern day robin hood’ that steals from the rich and redistributes income to the poor....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Equity

- Exploration of Equity When William I (The Conqueror) first set foot in England, when he invaded in 1066, he found that there was no real law system. All that was there was a muddle of customary rules which differed from village to village. He soon made a change to this though. William was very clever in what ways he used to gain control of the country. Rather than dismissing all of the old customs the people had grown up with, he used them to base his common law. He also claimed all of the English land under the ‘feudal system’ and only presented land to his supporters who then went on to give land to their followers, slowly getting control over the whole country....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration at the End of the Middle Ages

- By the early 1400’s Europe reached a unique point in there Economy they had developed there economy to the highest Point possible for there time. The 1400’s ended the middle Ages and developed the age of exploration and discovery. The years of 500ad-1100ad is known as the early/ Low middle ages, during this period there economic heath Decreased 80%, from 1100ad-1400ad were the late/high Middle ages. The economic health increased due to the central Monarchy this was due to feudal states taking over other feudal States....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Exploration of language in Juno and the Paycock

- Exploration of language in Juno and the Paycock Most of Juno and the paycocks realism comes from its accuracy of speech. Its Dublin intentions unerringly gain a reality of setting and of character. Even features that have an expressly dramatic purpose, like repetition, rhetoric, lyrical or biblical passages, fall easily on the ear in natural spoken rhythms. Language plays a big part in this play in the quick changes of pace mood characterisation of the play and strengthens both its comedy and its tragedy....   [tags: Papers]

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The Age of Exploration in Europe

- During the fifteenth century Europeans busted onto the world scene. It began with the search for spices and Christians. Vasco da Gama set sail southward along the West African coast for the spice trade. He thought that others would soon adapt this trade and follow behind him. Christopher Columbus set sail towards America while Vasco da Gama went towards the Indian Ocean. Following this a large amount of European states came into the picture. They had created a widely complex global trade network....   [tags: World History, Columbus, Informative]

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Francis Crick and the Exploration of the Brain

- Francis Crick and the Exploration of the Brain In 1953, Dr. Francis Crick and James Watson discovered the structure of the DNA molecule. This is the molecule which we now know stores the genetic information for all life. Many scientists have claimed the discovery to be the single most important development in biology during the 20th century. Watson and Crick's investigation into the nature of the genetic code and the passing of information from generation to generation has redefined the study of genetics....   [tags: Papers]

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The Exploration of the Possibility of Global Scepticism

- The Exploration of the Possibility of Global Scepticism Global scepticism puts all of our attempts at seeking true knowledge into doubt; it makes all traditional ways of finding out about the world unreliable. One of the most famous sceptics is the philosopher Rene Descartes. In his first meditation, Descartes regards the 'many false things' that he had once believed as a child and acknowledges that all his beliefs were built on things that can be doubted. Descartes believed that he would have to start again on more solid foundations than those more doubtful ones his knowledge was previously built on....   [tags: Papers]

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An Exploration Of Obesity In The United States

- An Exploration of Obesity in the United States When you hear the word fat, what do you think of. Do you think of the white matter on your steak, or perhaps blubber on a whale. Or do you kind of get a disgusting image of a morbidly obese person, struggling to move their bodies, or even breathe. With the United States deemed the fattest country in the nation, I took it upon myself to try and find out some reasons behind that. The first thing that I wanted to find out is how much of the United States population is considered obese and what actually qualifies as obese....   [tags: Weight Health Diet Fat ]

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America Should Spend More on Space Exploration

- Space exploration should be funded at even greater levels than at present. It has provided scientific, technological, and economic benefits for all mankind. Furthermore it will continue to provide these benefits as long as we continue to explore. The American space program as well as the United States economy is facing many challenges at this time but we need to look at what the long term costs of not continuing a robust manned and unmanned space program will be. The solar system holds many mysteries and an untold amount of untapped resources that if not explored and utilized by the United States will be utilized by other Nations....   [tags: Argumentative Essays, Space Program]

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Exploration

- Exploration I used to have such a pleasant outlook on life; it was cotton candy and soda pop all the way. No, wait, that's a lie. I never liked life much at all. Don't get me wrong I like the touch of a strong hand and the smell of fresh rain, but I have trouble with the fact that no one knows "why" or to what end. I've often hated other people. Sartre said "hell is other people" and I truly agree, but it is a self induced hell. There's this girl named Sarah in one of my classes; she sits in the back of class knitting....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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The Economics of Human Exploration and Migration

- The Economics of Human Exploration and Migration Somewhere between insatiable curiosity and voracious appetite for the accumulation of wealth lies the motivation for human travel. These two goalposts through which every explorer, merchant and conquistador to roam this planet sailed do not paint the idealized portrait of natural human character, but they nonetheless do accurately depict the aims of those ambitious enough to change the world and therefore merit a place in the halls of history. Even those forgotten travelers, the Irish immigrants fleeing famine in the nineteenth century, for example, traveled in search of riches, or at least wealth greater than they could find at home....   [tags: Economics]

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An Exploration of Different Theories of Evolution

- An Exploration of Different Theories of Evolution Where did we come from. It is a question that has haunted the entire history of humanity. Thousands of years ago, our ancestors sought to answer the question with myths. Today, we are still struggling with the same question—only today we seek to answer this mystery with science. Given various observations, it seems plausible that all life arose from a few very simple organisms millions of years ago. Observations of life will raise two important (though almost paradoxical) questions: Why are there so many different kinds of life....   [tags: Life Evolution Science Theories Essays]

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A Focused Exploration of Culture and Management

- A Focused Exploration of Culture and Management Yan-Jiu-Yan-Jiu – Unprofessional or Unamerican. Mike is having a hard time dealing with a working style that his Chinese partners refer to as yan-jiu-yan-jiu, which means "lets review and discuss." The Chinese were reluctant to install a new sewage disposal system, preferring to defer the work until adequate discussion and review had taken place. This style and pace of decision making did not register well with Mike's high performance, time is money driven personality; he had been raised in a culture where optimal efficiency depended on timely decision making....   [tags: China Business Chinese Culture Adaptation]

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The Exploration of Hernando de Soto

- The Exploration of Hernando de Soto In 1539 Hernando de Soto and five hundred adventurers began on a journey of exploration that would take 4 years and would travel through 10 states in the southeast United States. His goal was to discover a source of wealth, preferably gold, and around his mines establish a settlement. During his travels through La Florida he encountered numerous groups of native peoples, making friends of some and enemies of others. His expedition was not the first in La Florida; however, it was the most extensive....   [tags: American America History]

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Exploration Of The Failure Of Feminism

- Exploration Of The Failure Of Femininism When looking through Newsweek, the article "The Failures of Feminism" grabbed my attention, and I reacted to it strongly. My immediate response was one of defensive disgust, but the more I realized that I might actually understand and argue with the author on some points. This essay is an exploration of my own beliefs and reflection of my growth as both a writer and a person. There are many women, like Kay Ebeling, that feel that feminism has failed them, that the promises of Gloria Steinem and others remain unfulfilled, or are false altogether....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Environmental Effects of Fossil Fuel Exploration and Extraction

- ... To support this, Lewis, Pryor and Wilking (as cited in Butt, Beyer, Bennett, Biggs, Maggini, Mills and Possingham, 2013) claims that deforestation, contamination and wastewater discharge may take place if fossil fuels were extracted in Western Amazon, one of the most bio diverse regions of the planet. Hence, as the evidences shows, the exploration and extraction of fossil fuels can lead to the acidification and eutrophication of liquid and effect negatively on the whole ecosystem. In conclusion, the three main environmental effects of fossil fuels’ exploration and extraction introduced in this essay are the air pollution caused by increasing content of dust and carbon dioxide, land subsi...   [tags: air pollution, land subsidence, poor water quality]

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The Environmental Impact of Human Exploration

- The Environmental Impact of Human Exploration Throughout history, there has continually been movement - of peoples and cultures, diseases, and technology. The movement of each type has affected the environment in different ways. The effect of the changing patterns of human movement on the environment is leading to further environmental degradation. The history of human movement has been one of a shift from a nomadic lifestyle to a more sedentary one with the agricultural revolution. With the agricultural revolution, people gradually abandoned the hunter-gatherer lifestyle, so they were no longer moving around, following the migration patterns of the animals that humans hunted and the seaso...   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution Preservation]

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Exploration Of The Matthew Shepard Event

- Exploration Of The Matthew Shepard Event The human body is an object in which one lives and the medium through which one experiences oneself and the world. Claims on ideology and space are ultimately vested in the human body, and thus conflicts about belief systems and territory are often contested violently on physical bodies. Gay bodies become entangled in violence when they enter into arenas that combat certain ideas. Gay bashing illustrates incidences all in which bodies experience physical injury....   [tags: Homosexuality Crime Violence Essays]

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Exploration of Capitalitsm In Norma Rae

- Exploration of Capitalitsm In Norma Rae While many of us tend to view capitalism as the ultimate goal when talking of profit capability and worker freedoms, we are shown a much different reality in the film "Norma Rae" in which the economic system comes under direct and harsh scrutiny. While the economic system on display in "Norma Rae" is a vast improvement from the impoverished feudal economic system shown in Matewan, there are still several improvements that can clearly be made to the O.P....   [tags: Capitalism Economics Essays]

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Exploration of Pre - 1914 Poetry

- Exploration of Pre - 1914 Poetry I have chosen to study two poems closely; these are "To His Coy Mistress" and "The Beggar-woman". Both of these poems deal with sexual relationships between and a man and a woman. Andrew Marvell wrote "To His Coy Mistress" in the 17th century. It is a long poem with three verses, which create three different parts of the poem. In section one (verse one) he seduces her saying he would take years to admire her, for example, "A thousand years should go to praise", this is indicating he will take their relationship slowly and love her....   [tags: Papers]

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An Exploration of Gothic Horror Stories

- An Exploration of Gothic Horror Stories Gothic horror is a type of romantic, horror fiction based on irrational fear that predominated in 18th century England. The term 'gothic' originated from the architectural style of the middle ages, but came to describe the dark, terrifying tales that achieved such popularity. Gothic horror can be determined by many things which exist in all gothic horror stories, for example eerie settings such as gothic monasteries, bleak comfortless castles, grave yards and cobwebbed rooms lit by guttering candles....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Themes in Blood Brothers

- Exploration of Themes in Blood Brothers Blood Brothers is a hugely popular play and musical written by the well-known author of Educating Rita, Willy Russell. It is fast moving and perceptive, entertaining and thought-provoking, funny yet ultimately tragic. It tells the tale of twin brothers who are born into a large working-class family and what happens when their mother decides to have one of them adopted. Blood Brothers looks at the differences and conflicts of their upbringings, their relationships with each other and with their real and adopted mothers....   [tags: Blood Brothers Essays]

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An Exploration of Genes and Inheritance

- An Exploration of Genes and Inheritance One of the first questions people ask when someone in their family is diagnosed with diabetes is whether or not their other family members will get diabetes. So it's no surprise that research into the question of inheritance was among the earliest aspects of diabetes to be funded by Diabets UK back in the early 1950s. Genes can be described as the set of biological instructions we inherit from our parents. These instructions will determine how our bodies look and work and how they react to the environment....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of the Principles of Lighting

- Exploration of the Principles of Lighting In this report I will be explaining the major and minor principles of lighting, the purpose of key, fill, black and background lighting along with the purpose of high and low keylighting. I will also be including detailed diagrams of two scenes from a film I have worked on. The more modern day purposes of lighting are in particular for it to create a sense of realism....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration Against Portugal For The Promised Wealth And Profit

- exploration against Portugal for the promised wealth and profit (Andrews 9). Da Gama’s discovery of a sea route to India helped other European countries to take the challenge and sail to Asia to look for exotic treasures. The sudden growth of wealth in Portugal attracted other European countries to compete in exploration and desire for wealth that Portugal obtained. These diverse competitions helped Europe to dominate other parts of the world with more advanced equipment during the Renaissance period....   [tags: Europe, Portugal, Slavery, Age of Discovery]

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The South African Code for the Reporting of Exploration Results

- SAMREC Code Summary The South African Code for the Reporting of Exploration Results in terms of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves was established and modelled in the year 1998 after the JORG which is the Australian Mineral Resource and Ore Reserves Code. The basic aim of the code is to set out the minimum standard recommendations and guidelines for every public reporting of an exploration project. The code was drawn up by the Working Group of the SSC Committee, with the help and support of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SIAMM) and the Geological Society of South Africa (GSSA) (SAMREC, 2007)....   [tags: minimum standard recommendations/guidelines]

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The Age of European Exploration

- The Age of European Exploration The age of exploration was filled with courageous voyagers and conquistadores from all over Europe, much like today, there was much competition for land rights. The main disputes were between Spain and Portugal. And these are the representatives from not only these two countries, but surrounding ones as well. Christopher Columbus was a sea captain from Genoa. He first tried to convince Portugal, then Spain to sponsor a voyage to Asia across the Atlantic....   [tags: European Europe History]

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The Lewis and Clark Exploration

- The Lewis and Clark Exploration Lewis and Clark are two names forever linked. These two names, the last names of Meriwether and William respectively, are that of two of the greatest explorers in the history of the United States. With the help of Indians and a group of brave men, the vast area west of the Mississippi River was the object of their exploration. Lewis was born to a Virginia planter family in 1774. His father, who had been an officer in the American Revolution, died when Lewis was five years old, and for a brief time he lived in Georgia when his mother moved there with her second husband....   [tags: Papers]

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Building A Culture Of Exploration Through Open Innovation

- The global economy exists in a state of flux. Throughout man’s fabrication of financial systems, industries, and infrastructures we find ourselves in an artificial juxtaposition. How do we as a species move forward. How do we solve complex issues, provide for our needs and wants, and discover our journeys as individuals when we must responsibly acknowledge our increasingly depleting resources, rising temperatures, and overwhelming access to information. Simply put–we use our proficiency and craft in order to change the systems that currently threaten us the most....   [tags: Strategic management, Management]

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Exploration of Training and Development

- Exploration of Training and Development All training has advantages and disadvantages: Induction Training: Northwood use this in July before students return in September. The school pays employees to come in and receive their training. This benefits the newly qualified teachers more as they have just come out of university with debts from student loans and get paid for training will help. The staff gets trained before they are allowed to work at the school so they will be able to do their job....   [tags: Papers]

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Responsible Corporate Leadership: Oil and Gas Exploration

- Responsible Corporate Leadership In 2006, there was the biggest mud volcano on Indonesia which was affected by the gas well drilled by PT Lapindo Brantas. According to Lapindo Brantas, Inc., the company focuses on oil and gas exploration and production in Indonesia, operating under a Production Sharing Contract with the Government of Indonesia in an area known as the Brantas Block in East Java. In accordance with Hastuti, H. (n.d.), the mud flow caused sixteen villages and three sub-districts that included factories and rice fields which make these have been closed....   [tags: PT Lapindo Brantas, stakeholders, indonesia]

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Frontier of the Future: America´s Space Exploration

- ... With its crippling debt and increasing rates of unemployment, America needs job opportunity. Commercialized space exploration companies will create countless jobs in maintenance, research, construction, and various other fields essential to space programs already. From working in the mission control centers that would be necessary to run the newly formed operations to creating shuttles and other spacecraft, jobs of great variety would become available. These new companies or new branches of pre-existing companies, with the future in mind, will open the door for eager-minded American citizens across the nation....   [tags: funding, exploring, advancement, cosmos]

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The Pioneering Exploration Of The Caribbean Islands By Christopher Columbus

- The pioneering exploration of the Caribbean Islands, by Christopher Columbus led to the first European contact of the Taino Indians in that region. This encounter resulted in the Taino Indians being traded, yet opened the South Atlantic and Caribbean for future exploration and eventual colonization. The first voyage of Christopher Columbus’ kicked off his legacy of being an explorer. The hardest part of starting Columbus’ voyage trying to find funds. “Columbus had a different idea: Why not sail west across the Atlantic instead of around the massive African continent....   [tags: Christopher Columbus, Isabella I of Castile, Spain]

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Space Exploration: Government vs Privately Funded

- The world today revolves around technology and is in an ever upward spiraling path of new advancements. This path is now at what some people call the “final frontier”, or the space age. The discoveries being made on this front are overwhelming in comparison to the technology that the world had only twenty years ago. Space exploration was once left up to the governments, as they battled to be the first country in space, but with national debts raising and the cuts made in response, space exploration is beginning to become new grounds for private business owners....   [tags: technology, United States, NASA]

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History and Exploration of Villas

- History and Exploration of Villas Villa is the Latin word for farm, and can also mean 'a large country or suburban house'. They ranged from luxurious mansions to small working farms. Some villas, like Woodchester Roman Villa in Gloucestershire compare with eighteenth-century stately homes. They sported lavish mosaic floors, wall paintings, marble statuary, columns and balustrades. But few Romano-British villas were as posh as this....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Mosque and Masjid

- Exploration of Mosque and Masjid A Mosque, or Masjid is, a Muslim place of worship where Muslims go five times a day to pray their prayers in Jama'ah (congregation) behind an Imam (prayer leader). The technical meaning of Masjid is a Muslim place of worship And the technical meaning of Mosque is a Muslim place of worship The linguistic meaning of Masjid is a transliteration of the Arabic word مَسْجÙدٌ meaning the place of Sajda سَجْدَةٌ (prostration). There are 2 types of Masjids: the main Masjid is called Jama'a, and is the one where the Friday prayer is performed....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Romanticism in Poetry

- Exploration of Romanticism in Poetry The poems I will be describing date back to the Romanticism period of time. The word "romanticism" originally originates from the Romans. This era started in 1780AD. Previous to this period of time, there was an era of science and fact. This was known as the era of enlightenment. This is the purpose of the romantic era, which still exists today. It was to acquire an escape from the science and realistic way of life. There are many different well known poets of this era....   [tags: Romanticism Essays]

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An Exploration of Love Poetry

- An Exploration of Love Poetry Coursework Poetry is an idiosyncratic way of a person trying to articulate their feelings or other in a different way about a variety of topics, love, past experiences, politics etc. With the use of metaphors and similes, one can show diverse things without having to be precise about them. Not just words can tell us about the poem, a lot of the time we can learn how the poet is trying to express themselves, by looking at the sentence composition, how it is laid out, how many lines there are, etc....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Several Short Stories

- Exploration of Several Short Stories Short stories have a lot to offer that novels cannot. We looked at three short stories and focussed on Your Shoes and Flight. We briefly looked at Growing Up. “Your Shoes” is about a mother who is writing to her daughter who has run away. Writing the letter is pointless because the mother has reason to believe the daughter is living on the streets and there fore has no address to send the letter to. The daughter ran away because her mother had been treating her like a child and buying her things that she had wanted when she was a child but never got, like the shoes and the curtains....   [tags: Papers]

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History and Exploration of Buddhism

- History and Exploration of Buddhism My religious background is Christianity but I chose Buddhism because I noticed many Asian nationalities are Buddhism. I wanted to learned more, how it started, and why do people believed in the religion Buddhism. Buddhism arose in northern India in the 6th century BCE. The historical founder of Buddhism, Siddharta Gautama (c.560-480 BCE) was born in a village called Lumbini into a warrior tribe called the Sakyas (from where he derived the title Sakyamuni, meaning 'Sage of the Sakyas')....   [tags: Papers]

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William Golding's The Lord of the Flies” is an exploration into the idea

- William Golding’s novel “The Lord of the Flies” is an exploration into the idea of the savage natural instinct of human evil. It is suggested that Golding’s novel is partly based upon his real life experiences with the violence and brutality of World War II. The novel defines the struggle within all humans to differentiate between the learned civilized instinct and the human savage instinct. The civilized instinct is the impulse to obey rules, behave morally, and act lawfully. The savage instinct is the impulse to seek brute power over others, act selfishly, forget morals, and indulge in violence....   [tags: savage, instinct,, civilized]

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An Exploration Of Euripides ' Medea And Kalidasa 's The Recognition Of Sakuntala

- Dramatic Conventions in Literature: An Exploration of Euripides’ Medea and Kalidasa’s The Recognition of Sakuntala In studying literature from Western and Nonwestern civilizations, one can get a better grasp on and appreciation for a culture and the position of its people. Euripides and Kalidasa have some of the best known literary works in their respective cultures and throughout the world. Kalidasa introduces readers to the beauty of Indian writing, creating a remarkable piece in a play on a famous Hindu text....   [tags: Tragedy, Euripides, Drama, Tragic hero]

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The School Of Service And Beginning Our Exploration Of The Elementary Of Love

- We are leaving the School of Service and beginning our exploration of the School of Love. For more information on what is a Life School Click HERE. If you have eight, or more, loops in your fingerprint chart you are in the School of Love. That means part of your Soul Agenda is to: Explore the meaning of and develop the skills necessary for genuine emotional expression and to create and maintain authentic, loving relationships with yourself and others vs. alienation, disconnection or co-dependency....   [tags: Emotion, Feeling, Love]

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The Exploration of the Applications of Chemistry in Space Through the ISS

- ... Also, there is a system currently in testing to determine water and disinfectant quality onboard the ISS, which will allow astronauts to know right away if something is wrong with the water supply (Water Quality). These are not the only Life Support systems, as climate control is also vital to human space exploration. In space, it can get as hot as 121 C0, and as cold as -157 C0, and this is why it is important to have a stable, livable temperature on the ISS, as the astronauts and cosmonauts would either freeze to death and then thaw and freeze over and over again, or boil to death and then freeze and then thaw out to eternity (Life Support)....   [tags: joint venture between 14 countries]

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An Exploration Of Plato 's Story : The Ring Of Gyges

- An Exploration of Plato’s Story: “The Ring of Gyges” Plato, a classical Greek philosopher and mathematician, had a way of persuading and explaining his theoretical beliefs by creating stories that demonstrated his point. The allegory of “The Ring of Gyges” appears in the second book in Plato’s The Republic as a means to prove that being moral is in our long-term interest, because it is the only way to be truly happy. In Plato’s book, the character Glaucon tells the story of a Sheppard, Gyges, who comes across a ring one summer, while watching over his sheep as they grazed in the mountains....   [tags: Ethics, Virtue, Plato, Justice]

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Making Diane: An Exploration of the Aging Cougar Within Society

- Making Diane: An Exploration of the Aging Cougar within Society Background When I was younger, my sister and I had two issues that impeded our Barbie play days: 1. A lack of Ken dolls, since we never wanted to spend our allowance on a boy doll. 2. A lack of grandma dolls, since aged Barbies were simply not sold. We were able to solve our problems by cutting our worn-out Barbie's hair as short as possible, and that Barbie would then be used interchangeably as a male and a grandma. At the time, this seemed effective....   [tags: barbies, aging, ugliness, old women]

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The Manhattan Project : Exploration Of Atomic And Nuclear Weapons

- The Manhattan Project was necessary to the development of atomic and nuclear weapons in America, and it changed the face of war and weapons forever. The Manhattan Project was important to America because it developed the use of atomic weapons. This helped, but also changed for the worse, America and other countries. What Was the Manhattan Project. The Manhattan Project was the exploration of atomic energy. Scientists from all around America, and later Tube Alloys, which was their British counterpart, came together to form one of the most powerful weapons of all time....   [tags: Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki]

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Nurse Patient Communication : An Exploration Of Patients ' Experiences

- Literature Critique This literature critique reviews Catherine McCabe’s article, Nurse-patient communication: an exploration of patients’ experiences (McCabe, 2002). She has obtained many degrees related to health care (Registered General Nurse, Bachelor of Nursing Science, Registered Nurse Teacher, and Master Level Nursing) has many years of experience and is currently teaching at Trinity Center for Health Sciences. As stated in the title, this study will review the patient’s interactions with nurses in relation to their communication....   [tags: Nursing, Patient, Health care]

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Exploration Of The Dark Side Of Dubai Featuring Filipino Maids

- Exploration of the Dark Side of Dubai Featuring: Filipino Maids Background Information: According to Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in 2015, “26.3 percent of Filipinos were found to be living below the poverty line” (Yap). This statistics reflects more than 26 million Filipinos that are struggling to earn the minimum income to meet basic food and nonfood needs (Yap). Under these struggling circumstance back home, more than ten million Filipinos decided to travel abroad to many gulf nations for job opportunities (Kelly and Thompson)....   [tags: United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Abu Dhabi]

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Mathematical Exploration: Exploring the Proofs of Fermat's Little Theorem

- Unraveling the complex and diverse nature of numbers has always been a fascinating ordeal for me; that is what makes and keeps me interested in the world of mathematics. Finding out new number patterns and the relationship between numbers is nothing short of a new discovery; that is how my interest into learning more about and exploring Fermat's Little Theorem came about. INTRODUCTION OF FERMAT'S LITTLE THEOREM Pierre de Fermat was a French mathematician whose contribution to analytic geometry and calculus are duly noted....   [tags: little theorem, binomial theorem, pierre de fermat]

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The Exploration Of How Environmental Graphic Design Gives Identity

- Topic Statement The exploration of how environmental graphic design gives identity to a brand in retail design.
 Thesis Statement Most retail stores lack authentic identity that represents the brand story with an experience that connects customers and the physical environment. The thesis explores the importance of integrating branding as a process to the architectural design features that gives identity to a retail space. The physical space communicates the brand story while creating an authentic experience through environmental graphic design (EGD), specifically Architecture, Graphic Design, and Interior Design....   [tags: Graphic design, Design, Communication design]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello - An Exploration Of Honor

- An Exploration of Honour in Othello In Othello, the titular character is a visible minority who holds a high position in the army but falls victim to manipulation by his seemingly trustworthy ensign and friend. While the theme of jealousy remains the main reason for the eventual death of both Emilia and Desdemona, the preservation of honour and reputation also fuel the characters’ actions toward the women. Therefore, the men in the play act cruelly and unjustly in order to defend their honour....   [tags: Othello, Iago, Marriage, Desdemona]

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The Exploration Of Attachment Between Primary Caregivers And Infants

- The oxford dictionary defines ‘attachment’ as affection, fondness, or sympathy for someone or something. The exploration of attachment in psychology is important for society as Bowlby (1973), the founder of such attachment theories, explains that early attachment models between primary caregivers and infants are vital in life development, with such patterns able to shape or heavily contribute to adult behaviours and lifestyle. With this being said, and if true, it is imperative that research in such areas is balanced and beneficial in terms of helping individuals and even prevention of potential harm in development by providing education based on valid research....   [tags: Attachment theory, Psychology]

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