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The Killing Fields of Cambodia - Are they Worth Remembering?

- The Killing Fields of Cambodia - Are they Worth Remembering. “I know of no parallel to the conditions which have been experienced in Cambodia over the past decade to any other experience I have had. In the case of post-war Europe, there is the vast tragedy of the concentration camps . . . but thank God, the world had an immediate reaction and to this moment, there has been a sensitivity to events which happened forty years ago. But, in the case of Cambodia, for some extraordinary reason, I am left with the strong impression that the world wants to forget the tragedy in Cambodia – they want to forget it!” SIR ROBERT JACKSON, deputy Secretary-General, United Nations January 1983 (qtd....   [tags: Killing Fields of Cambodia]

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The Fields of Dunbar

- The Clang of swords pounded together, and horrendous battle cries rang out through the fields of Dunbar. Hidden within the walls of “Dunbar Keep”, Patunia Sinclair sat crunched together with the other women who’d been shoved inside by their men. She was frustrated, and couldn’t believe the audacity of those who dared to breach the castle. And of all the times to do so, when she was to be wed on the morrow. She had been working hard on her head piece when the attack occurred. “Me Lady, would ye be needin’ ‘elp wit ye veil,” Autia, Patunia’s dress maid asked....   [tags: Dialogue Essays]

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The Church of St. Martin in the Fields

- ... Other than James Gibbs’ St. Martin’s-in the-Fields, the statue of Charles I is the only other item on the landscape of Charing Cross and Trafalgar Square that was there before 1800 and had survived entirely to the present day (Mace 26). From 1914 to 1927 Dick Shepard the Vicar during that time started programs for the area’s homeless through the church and deemed it the “Church of the Ever Open Door”. The church is widely famous for its work with homeless people through The Connection at St....   [tags: history and architecture, Trafalgar Square]

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Strawberry Fields by Miriam Wells

- There has been a long standing debate between the socio-economic theories of capitalism and socialism. The current socio-economic system is capitalism but many feel it is not ideal due to the fact that it is based on making a profit. On the other hand, socialism is based on equality of all, which is enacted by paying all workers the same amount of money regardless of occupation. Miriam J. Wells is against capitalism and holds a socialist view point. According to Wells, politics shape the advantages and disadvantages that certain groups of people hold....   [tags: capitalism, socialism]

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The Dangers of Electromagnetic Fields

- The dangers of the electromagnetic can be low on danger and high on danger. Depending on the amount of how much the body absorbs verifies the lethality of the EMFs. Humans are extremely sensitive to EMFs. Yes if a person absorbs too much energy it can lead potential to death, but if they absorb small portions it can lead can lead to nausea, paranoia, and many more small affects. The US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has issued cautionary advisories on EMFs. Everyone is exposed to EMFs; they come in forms such as from power lines, basements, cell phones, or even x-rays and other medical equipment....   [tags: Health ]

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Four Fields of HRM Function

- 1.1 Background to Research One of the first explicit statements made on Human resource management was given by Michigan School (Fomburn et al, 1984) where they said that human resource systems and the organization structure should be managed in a way that is congruent with organizational strategy. Human resource management is a strategic approach of managing people in an organization. It is also sometimes considered synonymous to personnel management. Miller (1987) suggests that HRM is all about those decisions and actions concerning the employees at all levels and are related to the strategies that aim to gain competitive advantage....   [tags: Business Management]

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Bioengineering and Its Subsidiary Fields

- Bioengineering and the Flaws of Consequentialism Pierce College Abstract In 1973 the first bacteria were genetically modified. In 1974 mice were genetically modified. And in 1982 genetically modified bacteria capable of producing insulin were commercialized. Genetically modified food has been sold since 1994. In a similar time frame, the ideologies of stem cell research and therapeutic reproductive cloning have come to fruition. It is the aim of this paper to demonstrate through consequentialist ethical reasoning, particularly using the concepts of utilitarianism and relativism that no definitive judgment can be made on the morality and ethical correctness of bioengineering and its subsidiar...   [tags: Bacteria, Genetically Modified]

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The Killing Fields, an Injustice

- We live in a world where deaths of celebrities and government officials take front page news, and are supported by fundraisers, and memorials in the memory of these people. Not to mention the countless internet posts about them. Two million innocent people were tortured and killed in cold blood just as digital cameras were becoming a part of our everyday life. This is too recent to forget about the wrongdoings that these people were put through by their dictator, Pol Pot. This genocide shows some similarities to the South African Apartheid that segregated races for the belief that one race was superior to the others....   [tags: genocide, Pol Pot, Cambodia]

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Paddy Fields in Nelore

- The Nellore district can broadly divided into two natural divisions from North to South. The Eastern part of the district that joins the coastal belt is fairly fertile with large tracts of paddy cultivating areas and the coast is fringed with large tracks of shrub jungle interspersed with shrub jungles diversified with rocky hills and stony plains. Statistically speaking, in the district the number of agricultural Laborers are 541885 with 390715 agricultural holdings in which the holdings of SCs are 84738 and STs are 21073....   [tags: farming, agriculture, crops]

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Criminal Justice Fields

- Criminal Justice has numerous avenues in which to follow so making the choice of what specific field to choose a difficult decision. This is not a choice that should be taken lightly nor in haste but one that should be contemplated and examined closely. I have done an enormous amount of research on many of the fields of criminal justice narrowing it down to three: Forensics, Probation/ Parole and Homeland Security. For me personally, these are the best three choices given their potential for being challenging....   [tags: Criminal Justice]

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Multi-Disciplinary Aspects in the Fields of Engineering.

- The term multi-disciplinary can be defined as the study of a single major topic with several branches of other disciplines. Nowadays, due to highly mobile and dissimilar society, profession changes are in routine. A number of studies have indicated that, after 10 years of work, perhaps as many as 80% of graduates have jobs with little or no direct relationship to their undergraduate majors [1]. Through the multidisciplinary studies program, students have the freedom to direct their studies in any one of several directions, gaining the versatility and flexibility so important in a changing environment [1]....   [tags: Majors, graduates, fine arts]

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Taking Responsibility: Women in STEM Fields

- Women are Still a Minority in STEM Majors Today’s college students have the opportunity and freedom to choose their major and their career path. Many factors influence the decision of a college student’s career paths including background, general interests, personal strengths, time commitment, and job outlook. Although many important decisions are made in college, one of the most important is the choice of major and career track. Out of hundreds of majors the science and engineering fields are under-represented by women....   [tags: Lona Whitmarsh, feminism, gender issues]

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The Entertainment Fields

- The Entertainment Fields In this literature review, I wil attempt to explain the wealth of opportunities available to technical communicators in the electronics entertainment industry due to the changing nature of video game the technical communication and electronics entertainment fields. I believe an abundance of opportunities exist for technical communicators in the video game industry because the industry itself is stil rather young and poselopingnorms. Documentation and information organization are an integral part of video ga me construction....   [tags: Technology Video Games Papers]

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Fields Of Psychology

- Psychology (Ph.D. Code: PSY) Fields of study: Clinical, cognitive, and social psychology; neuroscience and behavior; visual perception. The program offers doctoral study for students who intend to become psychological scientists or scientist-practitioners. Students who plan to terminate their studies with the master's degree are not encouraged to apply. Admission is not limited to students with undergraduate backgrounds in psychology. Theory, method, and research experience in a number of areas of psychological science are emphasized....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Presentation of In Flanders Fields – script

- Presentation of In Flanders Fields – script Our presentation is on In Flanders Fields by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae. There is an irregular rhyme scheme = aabba aabc aabbac Almost all lines are 8 syllables long The rhythm sounds like that of a nursery rhyme – there is an iambic pentameter with a very regular line length and rhyme scheme. This is in great contrast to the actual words all about death and war. * Line 1 – ‘In Flanders Fields the poppies blow’ presents a nice natural image of poppies swaying in the breeze....   [tags: English Literature]

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The Different Fields in the Business World

- The Different Fields in the Business World There are many different fields in the business world. Business Management is the largest field in the corporate world. It takes responsibility, skill and determination to form a successful business of any type. There are numerous areas within a business that need the skills of management. Control of expenses, payroll, time management, and to initially raise capital to start a business all are areas in which management has to play an important role. Any businesses main objective is to gain a profit....   [tags: Business Management Employment Essays]

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- Fight in the Fields : Cesar Chavez In Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez, by Margo Sorenson, two teenagers were not paying attention in history class, and their teacher assigned them Saturday school, pulling weeds. Kenneth and Aleesa weren’t friends, they were caught passing a note to someone. After, they started to work on Saturday, they both drank from a blue water jug, that sent them back in time. To the year 1965, where Cesar Chavez was helping out the field workers get their own union....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Magnetic Fields of Stationary Magnets

- Missing figures/equations My goal in writing this paper is two fold. Goal one is to try and understand how a stationary magnet exerts force by means of a magnetic field (even across a complete vacuum). Frequently, electromagnetic fields are compared to the gravitational field. Goal two is to explore the similarities between the two types of fields to see if comparison throws any light on the mechanism of magnetic field generation. The term action-at-a-distance is often used to describe forces that travel through space and exert their effect without directly touching the objects acted upon....   [tags: physics science magnet magnetic field]

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Police Work And Related Fields

- Police Work and Related Fields CO-OP Christmas exam 1. The working conditions of a police officer can vary from easy to stressful situations where the officers life and the lives of others are threatened. The officer must deal with these situations in the way they feel is best but sometimes the officer cannot deal with this situation on their own and they have to call in backup witch can help them deal with the situation. CHANGING IN THE WORK PLACE In these times of change many work places are finding it necessary to change the ways in which they do business....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Pros and Cons of Different Fields in Social Work

- Earning my bachelor’s in human services will lead into my career in the field of social work. The field of social work is nothing new: Simon Patten coined the term social workers in 1900 (Robert 1995). Literature on aspects of the field, how to get involved in social work, and what type of work a social worker performs will be included in my research. For the purpose of this review, I will focus my research on current information, 2008 to current. The major theme of my research includes looking at the positives and negatives of different fields in social work....   [tags: meantal health, social work, susbtance abuse]

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Uncommon Youth Ministry: Doug Fields and Mark DeVries

- ... Acceptance, validation, and empowerment of the youth of today. It is just that I believe Fields and DeVries borrow from the sagely Dr. Burns, which is in a way the greatest compliment you can give to another writer, teacher, or mentor. So a lot of the information I had already read. Mr. Burn’s book is filled with many ways a church can enable a youth ministry to work. Much of which was point out by Fields and DeVries in their respective books. In youth ministries, one of the most glaring and in your face questions that Mr....   [tags: god, church, books]

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Belonging Uncertainty of Women in Quantitative Fields Such as Math

- ... This study brought to light a possible solution for increasing the confidence and self-esteem of women who want to pursue a STEM major without feeling incompetent and defeated about men being better candidates for it. In colleges today, women are discouraged from participating in STEM majors because there are stereotypes claiming that women, unlike men, do not possess the natural ability to succeed in them. This leads to belonging uncertainty, which means that an individual does not feel like they fit in society (Smith, Lewis, Hawthorne, & Hodges, 2012)....   [tags: race, ethinicities, women´s interest]

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Vincent Van Gogh's Wheat Fields With Cypress

- Vincent Van Gogh has a reputation for creating beautiful works of art under abnormal circumstances. On May 8, 1889, Van Gogh voluntarily checked himself into Saint- Rémy mental asylum suffering from acute mania, which provoked hallucinations that caused him to cut his ear off. Fields of wheat and olive groves surrounded the asylum, which had a view of Alpilles Mountains , Van Gogh sent a letter to his brother Theo in which he wrote, “ Beyond the window with its iron bars I can see a walled-in field of wheat”....   [tags: famous impressionism paintings]

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Glaciers in Oregon and The Fertile Crescent: Fields and Rivers

- Glaciers in Oregon Glaciers are a big part of life in Oregon. Glaciers supply drinking water, they irrigate crops and they help generate hydroelectric power. They are also a tourist attraction in areas that have more mountains. Glaciers are a natural resource that are so rare that people all over the world are trying to get these “frozen streams.” People want the power of glaciers because they can provide drinking water and people living in the city of La Paz, Bolivia rely on the melting of the glaciers....   [tags: Drinking Water, Irrigate Crops, Power]

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The Use of Powerful Multimedia Technology in Medical Fields

- INDEPENDENT STUDY FINAL REPORT INTRODUCTION: The use of powerful multimedia technology helps in revealing the intricacy of the immune response. This tool can also be used in science and research teaching for which the universities are trying to develop the multimedia technology so as to sophisticate the way of teaching. Multimedia can be used in teaching in a way where it shows the simulation of the processes, helps in knowing and better understanding of the structures through representation of multidimensional structures and also helping the students to make them better understand the concepts involved in the subject....   [tags: medical animation, software applications]

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Comparing Diffeent Fields of Advance Practice Nursing

- The role of the Advanced Practice Nurse can be differentiated from that of a Registered Nurse by level of education, expected clinical skills, job description, pay scales and level of participation in the decision making process. Below are the descriptions of the different fields of Advance Practice Nursing, namely, Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS), Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM), Nurse practitioners (NP), and Certified Nurse Anesthetists (CAN). First, Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) posses advanced knowledge of the science of nursing with a specialty focus....   [tags: education, experience, salary]

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Soft Computing Techniques Used in Engineering Fields

- Soft computing techniques are set of nature-inspired computational methodologies which consider the computational utility of architectures and algorithms inspired by nature and their applications for solving mathematical problems. These are basically stochastic search techniques and are computationally efficient as they possess the ability of implementing distributed computing. Unlike traditional hard computing techniques, these set of techniques have the ability to deal with partial and noisy sets of data, tolerance to initial impression and providing a robust solution with the requirement of minimal computing resources....   [tags: Data, Structure, Damage Assessment]

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Investegation Of Megnetic Fields

- The Investigation of Magnetic Fields. Introduction: We already know that the magnets have a magnetic field around them, which allows them to attract magnetic elements like iron. In this lab the magnetic field of a magnet will be investigated. By putting a thin layer of iron filings on the peace of plastic under which will be a magnet bar, we will be able to see this field. Purpose: To see the patterns of a magnetic field of a single magnet and fields of two magnets when they are put together in different positions....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Different Fields of Medicine

- Different Fields of Medicine My choice of Medicine, as a career, stems from the immense satisfaction I gain from acquiring new scientific knowledge combined with a genuine interest in people. My commitment has been reinforced through diverse work experience and a long standing ambition. Biology has developed my fascination for the human body further and I enjoy the logical nature of Chemistry. To gain a better understanding as to what is involved in different fields of medicine I carried out work experience in the cardiac, orthopaedic and stroke wards at Queen Elizabeth Hospital over a period of three weeks....   [tags: Papers]

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Theory of Graviton Fields

- The Source, Nature, and Generation of the Graviton Field Summary The paper examines the possibility that atomic structures exists as complete self sustaining entities in identical form throughout the Universe, without any form of external input. The paper examines the energy budget of an atomic structure and concludes that gravitational attraction forms an inherent function of the structure in the form of low level quanta ejected from the structure as the final spent particle. It is postulated that all so far identified sub atomic particles are sourced from a single particle, in the central, heavy core, giving up energy in a Bohr/quanta manner as they perform particular functions with...   [tags: Atomic Structures]

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computer Fields

- Duaane B. Carrington Jr. Mr. Cattell Rough Draft 11/7/01 Introduction For my term paper the field I chose was computers. I chose this field because I love computers and it s a field on the rise. When doing my research about computers, I tried to stay focused on a few different types of fields. I did this because I thought that doing every different type of field would not help me chose the right field for me. Computers is such a big field that it was almost no problem picking a couple of computer fields to talk about in my term paper....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Flanders Fields

- In Flanders FieldsIn Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row,That mark our place; and in the skyThe larks, still bravely singing, flyScarce heard amid the guns below.We are the Dead. Short days agoWe lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,Loved, and were loved, and now we lieIn Flanders fields.Take up our quarrel with the foe:To you from failing hands we throwThe torch; be yours to hold it high.If ye break faith with us who dieWe shall not sleep, though poppies growIn Flanders fields....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Open Fields

- Open Fields When I think back to the days when I was a child, I think about all of my wonderful childhood memories. Often I wish to go back, back to that point in life when everything seemed simpler. Sometimes I think about it too much, knowing I cannot return. Yet, there is still one place I can count on to bring me back to that state of mind, my grandparents' house. There is something to be said about lying on one's back in an open field hour upon hour, staring up at a vast, blue sky. With no one around and not another house for miles, it is a great place to be alone, to listen....   [tags: Descriptive Memories Essays Papers]

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John Charles Fields

- John Charles Fields John Charles Fields is perhaps one of the most famous Canadian Mathematicians of all time. He was born on May 14, 1863 in Hamilton Ontario, and died August 9, 1932 in Toronto, Ontario (Young, 1998). He graduated from the University of Toronto at the age of 21 with a B.A in Mathematics and went on to get his Ph.D. at John Hopkins University in 1887. Fields was very interested to study at John Hopkins University because apparently it was the only university in North America which really stressed research at the time (Fields Institute, n.d.)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Electric Magnetic Fields

- Electric Magnetic Fields Homes are filled with electric magnetic fields (EMFs), EMFs are created every time anything electrical is used. Hair dryers, alarm clocks, micro waves and radios are just a few examples. All these appliances cause leukemia, a form of cancer. High EMF fields are not very unusual. EMFs can pass through walls, so one can also be exposed to them from power lines and transformers. Using a hair dryer for 3 minutes would give the same exposure that one would get living next to a high voltage power line....   [tags: Informative, Expository]

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Fields of Battle: The Wars for North America

- Fields of Battle: The Wars for North America John Keegan, the author of Fields of Battle: The Wars for North America (334 pgs), is a very distinguished military historian. Keegan attended Oxford University, in England, his place of birth. He was Delmas Distinguished Professor of History at Vassar in fall 1997. He was a Fellow of Princeton University in 1984 and Lecturer in Military History at Cambridge, 1986-87. From 1960-1986 he was Senior Lecturer in Military History at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Personal Narrative - The Rice Fields of Home

- The Rice Fields of Home I remember the big Gingko tree on the little hill. It was an old tree, shaped like a grandma with her curved back and wrinkly body. I loved how its leaves turned golden yellow during the autumn. I called them, Eun-hang Ip. Whenever the wind blew, it was snowing yellow, and I was covered with them. I would often doze off in that yellow blanket while the sunshine held my feet with her warm hands and the gentle breeze brushed my hair. In my dreams, I climbed that tree all the way up and reached the clouds--the white cotton candies....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Autobiographical Essay]

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Fingerprint Recognition is One of the Oldest and Most Researched Fields of Biometrics

- ... These are the regions where there is large change in orientation. They are therefore very useful for alignment purposes and for fingerprint classification. Minutiae are features which can be used for Fingerprint classification and verification. However, an accurate definition of minutia has not been defined. In layman’s language, minutia is just an image and more precisely speaking it is a binary image inside a fingerprint image.The3 types of ridges are endings bifurcation ,short ridge(dot).When a ridge is ceased it is called a ridge ending....   [tags: bifurcation, ridge, verification]

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The Impact Factors of Open Access and Subscription Journals Across Fields

- ... For example, SciELO [] alone makes available 1,043 Iberoamerican OA peer-reviewed journals and over 436,600 articles, and RedALyC [] supports 827 Iberoamerican peer-reviewed OA journals, currently providing access to more than 291,100 full text articles. Latindex [], the Directory of Iberoamerican Journals, lists 3,005 quality OA journals. Of course there is some overlap among the OA journals listed in these three sources....   [tags: scientometrics, technology, biomedicine]

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The World According to Garp by John Irving

- Jenny Fields is one of the main characters from John Irving’s novel The World According to Garp. John Voss is a main character from Richard Russo’s novel Empire Falls. Although these two characters are from two completely separate novels, written by different authors, they share many similarities and differences. A trait that Jenny Fields and John Voss share is that they both don’t really belong with the people around them. They don’t have the necessary social skills that most people have learned throughout their lives....   [tags: jenny fields, empire falls]

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The Gender Gap in Medical Professionals

- ... In reality, numerous studies, specifically one conducted by James Flynn, an IQ testing expert, show that women score equal to or higher than men on IQ tests around the world (Gann). This study effectively relinquishes the myth of any intellectual inequality between genders by demonstrating that the genders are truly equal in intelligence. These studies, along with a plethora of others, essentially verify the equivalence between men and women. Although women are of equal intelligence to men, they are urged away from STEM careers by societal stereotypes that have increased influence due to women’s well-roundedness....   [tags: lack of women in STEM fields]

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History of Indian Immigration and Discrimination in America

- Immigration is a movement about settlement of people into another country to which they are not natives. As of the current time, the United States has made itself a new home for immigrants in search of a better life, religious freedom and opportunities. It embraces those who come to the USA often with nothing more than their work ethic in search of the promises and opportunities of the American Dream. Over the last decade, the Indian immigration population had been skyrocketing and approximately 3.6 million in the USA....   [tags: Agricultural Fields, Transcendentalism]

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EMF Radiation: Serious Health Hazard for People

- Technology changes everything in this world. Our life has become more convenient and more efficiency which benefits by these new technology. But during this time, some people have considered about some risks of these technologies. EMF radiation is one of them. People have argued for a long time that whether EMF radiation really poses health hazard or not. I insist that EMF radiation is harmful for people’s health and particularly to young children. This opinion can be well proved by all the information I have searched and more people should know about this....   [tags: Technology, Electromagnetic Fields]

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Reasons to Abandon Sponsoring Sports in American High Schools

- The concern that average American students perform worse than most students from other developed countries has trigged debate that whether U. S should still support school sponsored sports program. Although research shows potential positive relationship between sports and academics, U. S high school should stop sponsoring sports program because of huge price both students and school paid in order to participate in physical activities, including money and time. It is undeniable that expense on sports are incredibly large....   [tags: maintaining fields, equipments, academics]

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Alabama Agriculture: Growing for You and Me

- Agriculture has been practiced in what is now Alabama for centuries. Alabama agriculture has changed considerably since the mid-1860s, when cotton was king and Alabama was known as "The Cotton State." One hundred years ago almost four million acres were planted to cotton, and today only 1.3 million acres are devoted to all agricultural crops” (Mitchell, 2007). Agriculture in Alabama is mainly cotton and peanuts in the past they grew cattle corn and cotton. The Native Americans started Alabama off with slash-and-burn agriculture, in which they cut and burned forests to make room for their fields of corn, beans, and squash....   [tags: cotten, crops, fields, land]

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Embryonic Stem Cell Research is NOT Ethical

- Embryonic stem cell research occurs when stem cells from fertilized embryos are used as research for treating abnormalities and diseases among humans, by dissecting them and therefore killing the human soul in the embryo. It permanently destroys a living human embryo, sacrificing that precious life worth so much more than people realize. Nobody should be a human sacrifice. Every human life is precious, and from the second of conception, that embryo is a living human being. What is even more heartbreaking is that embryonic stem cell research isn’t necessary, yet it is still conducted....   [tags: medical and scientific fields]

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Natural Gas Market Evolution in US

- ... Even though the interstate pipelines were regulated, the well head prices were not. In the interest of end customers, state governments started moving to courts seeking regulation of well head prices. In 1940s, Supreme Court stated that the well head prices will come under federal government’s purview, if the gas producer and purchasing pipelines were affiliated companies1. In this situation, FPC contended that if the natural gas producer and pipeline companies are unaffiliated, the gas well head prices will be competitive due to the market forces....   [tags: energy consumption, coal fields]

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Come Up from the Fields Farther and Belfast Confetti

- Come Up from the Fields Farther and Belfast Confetti In this essay I will compare the two poems, “Belfast Confetti” and “come up from the fields farther” and show, how they show how they covey the feeling of helplessness. Walt Witmens poem “come up from the fields farther” was written in 1880, Ciaron Carson’s poem “Belfast confetti” was written in 1985. War in both the poems, creates a feeling of helplessness although they were written at almost 100 years apart, and written about different wars, no matter what they do they cannot change a thing....   [tags: Walt Witmen Ciaron Carson Poetry Poems Essays]

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Landmines: Aftermaths and International Conventions

- When people who do not live in landmine contaminated countries are asked to imagine a minefield, they will likely imagine a scene of short grass, a recently plowed field, or a sandy desert completely protected by a barbed wire fence with warning signs every few yards. Unfortunately the reality is completely different. Minefields are often covered with tremendous areas of concealing vegetation and are rarely fenced. Most countries without a protective military force originally plant landmines strategically with offensive ideas in mind....   [tags: contaminated countries and fields]

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The Connections Between Artificial Intelligence and Other Fields

- The Connections Between Artificial Intelligence and Other Fields. Abstract Through examples from several fields, this paper will describe the connections between Artificial Intelligence and other areas. Some of these areas make great contributions to AI research, others gain knowledge and technique from that same AI research. This paper will further detail the incredible capacity of AI research to be applied elsewhere to solve similar problems. The goal of this paper is to describe to the reader the impact that AI can create on seemingly unrelated fields....   [tags: Artificial Intelligence AI]

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Studies of Bilateral Visual Fields on Word Recognition

- Studies of Bilateral Visual Fields on Word Recognition Previous research suggests a significant difference in word recognition time between the left and right visual fields, with word recognition and response time of the right visual field significantly faster than the left visual field. The current study investigated bilateral visual fields on word recognition time by means of an online computer program consisting of 55 participants. It was hypothesized that men would respond faster than women, and the right visual field reaction times would be faster than the left....   [tags: Vision Case Studies Psychology Essays]

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Slavery in Southern America

- Slavery in the American South became stronger in the early to mid-nineteenth century. As the cotton crop grew, the population moved south and southwest, increasing the slave population. The laws in the south, such as slaves not being able to testify against a white person, increased the white man’s power over slaves. These laws affirmed the white slave owners’ attitude towards slavery and they fought to keep this way of life in the South. The slave trade also strengthened slavery in the South by smuggling in new slaves, demoralizing and dehumanizing the black population....   [tags: cotton and tobacco fields]

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Men need equality

- Suzanne Fields in her essay ‘Parental Leave is a Myth-take’ exemplifies the traditional view that women should be the one’s staying to raise the children. She doesn’t support the Parental Leave Bill that would allow fathers the right to 12 weeks of unpaid leave from work, to care for a newborn child. I will dispute her position that fathers have the ability to nurture their babies and that passing the Parental Leave Bill will not affect those women who choose to stay home with their children. Fields opposes the granting of 12 weeks of unpaid leave for fathers after the birth of their newborns (Title,1)....   [tags: Suzanne Fields, Parental Leave]

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Canada’s National Identity: History and a Poem

- Prior to World War I, Canada as a nation had an identity crisis. A key factor in Canada’s pursuit of an identity are the countries that have influenced it.Through the influences that other countries have had upon the nation of Canada, Canada has been able to create a unique identity. The nation was created without one, but it was able to create a unique nation that in turn, went on to influence those who’s influences it drew from originally. Canada’s national identity is attributed to our role in World War I....   [tags: flanders fields, john mccrae, canada]

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Career in Psychiatry

- I often wonder what life will bring and what I love to do will do for others. Psychiatrists listen, analyze, and treat those who need help. Times, people, and their views change. Psychiatry is a field that helps those in need of those changes explained. Psychiatry is a challenging field but before someone can commit or give up on this field, they must know how to do it and know what type of psychiatry they would want to do. Psychiatrists are doctors who assess people with mental or physical issues and treat them properly....   [tags: mental health, fields, patients]

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Slavery in the South 1800's -1860's

- Slavery in the south was decreasing slowly but surely in the late 1700’s to very early 1800’s due to the fall of tobacco, people were beginning to lose profit, and therefore slaves. Around the 1800’s to 1860’s however, a new king came to rule replacing tobacco, cotton was the new king. This, the growing of cotton, along with the expansion of land and the slave trade itself helped make slavery boom back up again during this time period. The changes were so high, that Alabama once having a slave population of 41,000 to an incredibly high 435,000 slaves, slaves were needed, and were on a high demand during the 1800’s through 1860’s with the textile industry in Great Britain and New England boo...   [tags: cotton and tobacco fields, American history]

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A Broad Explanation about Social Psychology

- This assignment aims to give a broad explanation about social psychology; establishing what the topic covers, its contribution to psychological research, what questions social psychologists set out to answer and how it is different to other psychological fields. The history of social psychology will be explored with reference to the social psychological ‘crises”. In the later part of this assignment influential research into obedience will be explored and evaluated with reference to its impact on social psychology....   [tags: history, difference to other psychology fields]

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The Benefits of Baseball and Softball

- Baseball, invented in 1845, derived from a game known as ‘Rounders,’ and later became known as “America’s Pastime.” Years down the road, during the 1930’s a sport known as fast pitch softball evolved, providing firefighters an activity to complete while not on the job. Emerging from the shadows of a creative mind, these sports became very popular and provided a cheap source of entertainment. Areas such as field maintenance, rules, fundamentals of the game, and batting regulations can be compared....   [tags: fields, innings, children, bases, pitches]

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The Map of Art History Uses Order and Classification by Listing of Fields, Library System, and Plotting in Space and Time

- ... During the essay he will deliberately avoid most public and visual manifestation which was the museum, according to Robert Nelson (The Map of Art History, 28). Starting with the first domain which is the grid of fields. Fields are an area of study that young scholars duly validate known as “little seal” and are classed to given traditions categories across the planet such as Egyptian, Ancient Near Eastern and classical Art, so on and so forth. These fields are common for studies but Robert approaches them as a list of neither natural, consistent, nor logical based on cultural categories, less than those of societies and the function of compliers and materials that are to be complied (Th...   [tags: geopolitical space, museum, categorizing]

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Similarities and Differences between the film White Zombie, and W.B Seabrook’s short story "Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields"

- Victor Harplin’s black and white film, White Zombie, and W.B Seabrook’s short story, “Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields”, both were produced in the early twentieth century and were among the first works to capture the nature of the zombie. The zombie being a unique monster, it originated in the folkloric and ritual practices of the New World, specifically in the Republic of Haiti (The Sub-Subaltern Monster). They both centralize around Zombies, however they do differ in the way that they are portrayed....   [tags: Haiti, Zombies]

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Biography of Johannes Kepler

- Johannes Kepler was born on December 27, 1571 to Heinrich and Katharina in Württemberg, Germany. Heinrich was the owner of the local tavern, and utilized young Johannes as a pot-boy. In the days of his youth, Kepler was often quite ill for one reason or another, leading him to be quite frail and somewhat saddened. After witnessing the Great Comet of 1577, at age 6, Kepler acquired a fondness for astronomy; seeing the lunar eclipse in 1580 also contributed to this great interest. In addition to his strong interest in all things astronomical, young Johannes was rather good at math....   [tags: ill, professor, mathematics, astronomy, fields]

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The Odyssey: A Summary by Alec Fields

- Odysseus was the king of Ithaca; he had a wife, and a new-born son Telemachus. While his son was still an infant, king Agamemnon declared war on the Troy, and Odysseus was drafted to fight in the Greek army. It was there that he did many heroic deeds, most notably his concoction of the Trojan Horse plan. But this story begins after all that after he offends the god Poseidon and is sent on his journey, his quest, his Odyssey.     Ismarus was sacked by Odysseus and his men. It was plentiful with money, food, and treasure....   [tags: Literary Review ]

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The Feminization of Poverty

- One of the Biggest Challenges for Women Today: The Feminization of Poverty The division of labour and education along gender lines, racial inequalities and discrimination, and unpaid domestic labour all contribute to the growing feminization of poverty. Feminists are working to decrease the income gap, to benefit the overall health of women and the population at large. The term feminization of poverty describes the disproportionate amount of women who are poor, and its link to the division of labour along gender lines (Calixte, Johnson, & Motapanyane, 2010)....   [tags: women, poverty, lower pay fields]

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The Charge Of The Light Brigade and Come up from the Fields Father

- The Charge Of The Light Brigade and Come up from the Fields Father are two war poems written in the mid 19th century. A Comparison Of Two War Poems ============================= 'The Charge Of The Light Brigade' and 'Come up from the Fields Father' are two war poems written in the mid 19th century. They both involve the portrayal of death for their country. Although they both tell us about death in two entirely different ways. In 1854, Mr Alfred Tennyson picked up 'The Times' newspaper and read a report written by W .H....   [tags: English Literature]

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Caritable Foundations in Different Fields

- St. Jude Medical is a global medical device manufacturer dedicated to transforming the treatment of some of the world’s most expensive, epidemic diseases. St. Jude Medical was founded in 1976 in St. Paul, Minnesota, as a pioneering manufacturer of bi leaflet implantable mechanical heart valves. In 1994, St. Jude Medical has continued to grow into a global leader in cardiac and neurological device technology, broadening our products. Jude Medical is driven to transform the treatment of some of the world's most expensive, epidemic diseases by creating cost-effective medical technologies that save and improve lives....   [tags: adopt america, st. jude medical, math a thon]

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Women in the STEM Fields

- In early American history, society believed that women did not have a place in education and high-level learning. They were told not to bother their brains with such advanced thinking. Middle and upper class women learned to read and write, but their education ended there. A woman’s place was said to be in the home, cooking, sewing, and taking care of the children. In the case of upper class women, their “to-do” list was cut even shorter with the servants present to do the work. However, women desired a higher education....   [tags: Career Women Essays]

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From Lullus to Cognitive Semantics: The Evolution of a Theory of Semantic Fields

- From Lullus to Cognitive Semantics: The Evolution of a Theory of Semantic Fields ABSTRACT: The domain of cognitive semantics-insofar as it deals with semantic neighborhood and semantic fields-is discussed from a historical perspective. I choose four distinct stages in the evolution in philosophy of language: Raymundus Lullus and his Ars Magna (14th century); Giodano Bruno and his artificial memory system (16th century); Charles Sanders Peirce and his diagrammatic logic (19th century); and, Kurt Lewin and his topological psychology (20th century)....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Essays]

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Comparing Community in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Demon Lover and Edward Fields' A Journey

- The Importance of Community in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Demon Lover and Edward Fields' A Journey It is important to relate and be a part of ones community. When we are able to identify with the people around us we are able to find out who we really are and the difference we make in others lives, as well as, the difference our community makes in our lives. In Edward Fields' poem, A Journey, he relates to his community as he is leaving. It is obvious to the reader that the author feels strongly about his community from the emotions that he displays throughout the poem, the details of the town that he notices on his way to the train station and the way he feels once he gets to his final destinat...   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]

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The hard drive uses two important principles about the magnetic fields.

- The hard drive uses two important principles about the magnetic fields. When we write data onto the hard drive Cit uses the law of electromagnetic induction and some material is magnetic. The hard drive uses two important principles about the magnetic fields. When we write data onto the hard drive it uses the law of electromagnetic induction and some material is magnetic. When we read data from the hard drive, it uses the Lenz's law. How hard disk drive works: Firstly we should know the two important part of the hard disk drive, 1....   [tags: Computer Science]

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Language and Brain

- 1. Introduction: In the last few decades, the notion of language and brain has been highlighted in different scientific fields such as: neurology, cognitive science, linguistics biology, technology and finally education. Recently, researches findings point out that the brain is a parallel processor which can perform many types of activities at the same time. Therefore, engaging language and brain will help in developing the process of acquiring and learning a second language. In fact, it is important to understand that: "The brain continues to be a new frontier....   [tags: Scientific Fields, Neurology, Second Language]

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Ethical Implications in the Fields of Science and Arts

- ... Every person has his own perception of beauty, it could be pictures, animals, and even landscape. To perceive beauty language is not needed, humans develop an aesthetic sense, thus using sense perception to make ethical judgments. Over the years science has developed drastically and almost every day a new discovery is made. However, in recent years there has been one major obstacle that prevents science from moving forward and coming up with new ideas that deal with certain situations and offer hope for medical treatments, this obstacle is ethics....   [tags: knowledge, perception, cloning]

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The Use of Imidazolinone Herbicides in Rice Fields

- ... Usually the extraction procedures are time-consuming, labour-intensive and costly. Current methods for the extraction of imidazolinone herbicides are mainly from soil and water media (Furlong et al., 2000, Bresnahan et al 2002, Ramezeni 2007). Recently, Chen et al (2009) and Rezaei et al (2011) have successfully develop extraction methods for the determination of some organochlorinated pesticides in fish samples. Solid phase extraction technique with various sorbents have been proven successful to determine the related imazapyr, imazethapyr and imazaquin in water and soil media only (Mohammadkazem R., 2007)....   [tags: rice production, malysia, control of weeds]

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3D Printing Innovates in Different Fields

- 3D printing refers to the new emerging technology that facilitates and encourages innovation across all aspects of society. Its implications are being introduced at a fast pace. That is to say, 3D printing is opening the door for improvement in the medical field, is changing the way e-commerce works, and will affect society at the economical and personal level. To start off, 3D printing is form of additive manufacturing. It works by building or “printing” a model one layer at time and works from the bottom up....   [tags: medical field, e-commerce, CAD software]

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Islamic Culture: Achievements in Various Fields

- Achievements of Islam Literature The islamic culture has been using three main languages throughout history. “Arabic, Persian, and Turkish.” This is significant to the achievements of Islam because most of the Islamic culture knew how to read and write. Another achievement in the Islamic culture is poetry. Poetry was a very big part of Islam. According to (World Cultures a Global Mosaic) poetry has been around even before islam was formed. These poems were not only for entertainment, they could also be used to insult their enemies, show their love, and talk about topics like war....   [tags: Music, Literature, Math]

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If You Want to View Paradise

- If You Want to View Paradise When the sugar cane burned a thick pillar of black smoke twisted and grew up from the fields. The beanstalk of cloud was seen from anywhere on the island and for an afternoon everyone stopped their chores, their cars, their machines to exhale at the desecrating monster. The fire lifted soil, plant debris, worker's gloves and t-shirts forgotten in the fields, insects and rats, children forgotten in the fields, all charred to ash, into the air, stirred it up and threw it back to earth to be interpreted by a more creative voodoo....   [tags: Personal Narrative Cane Fields Papers]

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Comparison between Because I Could Not Stop For Death and Come Up From the Fields Father

- Comparison between Because I Could Not Stop For Death and Come Up From the Fields Father Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman were two of the best poets in America, during the nineteenth century. They were both rebellious each in his own way. The shared some features, especially their abandonment of the usual form of poetry and their use of free verse instead. In comparing the poems “Because I Could Not Stop For Death” by Dickinson and “Come Up From the Fields Father” by Whitman, we can notice some similarities....   [tags: Emily Dickinson Walt Whitman Poetry Essays]

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the gold fields of Victoria

- Victoria was a part of the colony of New South Wales up to the early 1850's, when it became an independent colony in its own right. All burgeoning States have growing pains and Victoria was no exception. Rich in agricultural lands early settlers took out sheep runs granted by the government over large tracts of land, where both sheep and some cattle were grazed. Van Diemen's Land to the south, now the State of Tasmania had large penal settlements and the government bureaucracy was both well established and manned....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Difficult Life On and Off the Battle Fields of the Civil War

- ... On both sides the prison camps were miserable, often graveyards. Many prisoners died from starvation, or disease from such close quarters. The meals at the prison camps were just bread and water, not enough to survive, making the prisoners eat rodents to survive, which often caused disease. The Civil War also had a big impact on civilians. Most men had gone to war, promoted by the draft laws, where the government forced you to join the army, required by law. Because of this law, most civilians were women and children....   [tags: army, civilians, disease]

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Two Fields of Thought in Economics: Positive and Normative

- In the field of economics, there exist two major schools of thought: Positive Economics and Normative Economics. Positive economics is objective and fact based and must be able to be tested and then proven or disproven. Normative economics is subjective and value based and consequently, cannot be proven or disproven. In other words, positive economics is "what is," while normative economics is focused on "what ought to be." While this distinction may appear simple, it is not always easy to differentiate between the positive and the normative....   [tags: value-based, government, proved]

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The Art of Taxidermy and Why it Should Be Considered an Art

- The Art of Taxidermy and Why it Should Be Considered an Art “Let’s say you’re watching an old horror movie, one about a crazy madman who lives in a spooky house up on a hill. Local kids will become curious and decide to step foot into the house. The majority of the time the creepy man will have two things; paintings with the eyes cut out and a nice collection of mounted animals to give intruders a sense of fear. Then all of a sudden lightning flashes and a growling black bear is lit up, sending the kids screaming into the front yard” (Bryant)....   [tags: Taxidermy History, Art Fields]

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