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Nicholas Sparks' The Guardian

- Nicholas Sparks' The Guardian In this book, Julie Barenson is a young widow, whose husband Jim died earlier from cancer. Her husband left her two unexpected gifts. The first was a Great Dane puppy name Singer (this gift was delivered the first Christmas after his passing) and the other gift was his promise that he would always be watching over her. About four years after his passing, Julie is twenty-nine years old and is too young to have given up on love just yet. She may be ready to risk caring for someone again but she just can't figure out who that person is yet....   [tags: Sparks Guardian Book Review]

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An Article By The Guardian

- An article by the Guardian (Woolf 2015) ends with a statement by Sheriff Bill Brown in which he directly points the finger at the American mental health system and suggests the futility of stricter gun laws, stating: ‘In California, we have some of the strongest gun control laws in the nation, yet in this case the suspect was still able to legally purchase and possess three handguns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition...Many suspects in mass murder incidents suffer from severe mental illness that is untreated or under-treated’ and he goes on to establish that this was the case with perpetrator Elliot Rodger (Woolf 2015, Online)....   [tags: Firearm, Gun politics in the United States]

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Analysis Of The Article ' The Guardian '

- In 1968, Karl Polanyi argued that ‘ the human economy... is embedded and enmeshed in institutions, economic and noneconomic’. To some extent, this argument can be used to support the issues raised in an article published in ‘the Guardian’. The article was in relation to the slowing down of china’s economy, and the implications that would inevitably affect developing and emerging markets around the world. Polanyi’s argument can assist in understanding why a Chinese slow down has occurred, and the extent in which it will affect global economies....   [tags: Economics, Economy, Capitalism, Karl Polanyi]

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A Whispering Guardian 's Prayer

- A Whispering Guardian‘s Prayer, a poem about a person that struggles with a mental health situations and feels they are suffering the battle a lone. One day she receives a visit from a Guardian Angel. Who helps her gains a new perspective on her purpose in life, after being hospitalized. The moral of the poem is that mental illness is a serious matter and affects millions of people lives daily. Seek help before it’s too late. “You are not alone”.... Stumbling Feet is a poem about a person that is struggling with a lot of adversities in their life learns to take full responsibility for their own actions and stand up for them self....   [tags: Meaning of life, Personal life, Morality, Life]

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A Fallen Guardian of the Constitution; Andrew Jackson

- America had faced many challenges from the War of 1812 and the Panic of 1819. The 1828 election of Andrew Jackson promoted both a political and social change in America as many began to feel a renewed sense of optimism and hope for America’s future. Although Jacksonian Democrats, supports and followers of Andrew Jackson, did not live up to their self-appointed roles as the guardians of the Constitution, they were successful in expanding political democracy, protecting certain individuals’ liberties, and creating equal economic opportunities....   [tags: political democracy, liberties, equal]

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The Church: The Guardian of Culture in the Middle Ages

- The Middle Ages were characterized by a rigidly hierarchical society, which was justified by the view that, like the branches of a tree, every level of society was preordained and important. While the nobility and the clergy stood at the top of the society hierarchy, Jews and those who pursued dishonorable professions were branded outsiders. The Church acted as guardian of culture, particularly within its monasteries and convents. They preserved the scholarship of antiquity, often through the mediation of Muslim scientists....   [tags: Church History]

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J. S ' Guardian, Mrs. T

- J’s guardian, Mrs. T, first told me that J and S (J’s sister) are their only two children. She then told me that her and her husband (J’s uncle) are two very significant people in J’s life. This is when she told me that she is actually their aunt and had adopted J and S when they were very, very young. She didn’t tell me why this was, which I wasn’t expecting. I understand and completely respect her decision on this matter. I proceeded to ask Mrs. T what J’s favorite activities are outside of school....   [tags: Psychology, Behavior, Teacher, 2006 albums]

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The Guardian Ad Litem Program

- The Guardian Ad Litem Program represents children who appear in the state courts. These children have not committed any crime but are victims of abuse, neglect or abandonment. The program is comprised of volunteers who represent children in the courts, making sure they do not become victims of "the system". Each volunteer works with one or more children involved in the judicial system and social services agencies, becoming familiar with there lives, while representing the interest of each child before the court or social services agencies involved....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The New York Times And The Guardian Covered This Harrowing Event

- On the January 8th of this year, terrorists attacked Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine, and killed 17 people and left few injured. Charlie Hebdo magazine is known for its strong opinion about all aspect of culture in Modern world. The magazine had a history of publishing controversial cartoons illustrating Prophet Muhammad that angered Muslim leaders in France, and Muslims around the world. The magazine received threats over the years from social media users because portray of the prophet are prohibited in Islam religion....   [tags: Newspaper, The New York Times, Broadsheet, Islam]

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- Guardian He stood at a crossroads. He turned in one direction, and found his small battalion fleeing from the spot, leaving him to the coming evil. Turning the other way he found a dark horizon, and knew that shortly beyond it lay a myriad amount of soldiers, each one branded with the stink of malice. And he lay at the crossroads. The full moon's glow appeared out of the murk of clouds above, as if to warn of coming danger. The lone warrior trembled in the frosty winter air, and let out a deep breath, then watching the mist disintegrate into the air....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Guardian vs. The Mirror

- The Guardian vs. The Mirror I am doing an investigation into the statistical differences between the daily tabloid newspapers, and the weekly broadsheet newspapers. My overall hypothesis is that the daily tabloid papers - here represented by the Saturday edition of The Mirror, a daily tabloid - make an easier read than the more comprehensive broadsheet - here represented by the Guardian, a weekly broadsheet - To reach a conclusion, I plan to test three hypothesise in specific area....   [tags: Papers]

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The Guardian Figures Has Been Ever Present And Evolving

- Guardian Figures Throughout history, the use of guardian figures has been ever-present and evolving in art. By definition, a guardian is one that guards, watches over, protects, or preserves. In Africa, ancestral reliquary figures are sculpted after the death of a loved one, with the purpose of protecting the remaining family members. In many religious works, a guardian angel appears to watch over children, protect in battle, tend to the sick or wounded, or to take people to the gates of Heaven....   [tags: Ancient Egypt, Egypt, Great Sphinx of Giza, Khafra]

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The Assistant Director Of Nursing The Guardian Center Of Brockton

- The nurse’s credentials are RN, BSN. She is presently the Assistant Director of Nursing the Guardian Center of Brockton. She has quite an interesting story; she started as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at a different facility then felt the need to go to nursing school at the LPN level. After becoming and LPN, she was hired as a full time nurse at the Guardian Center. As a self-described ambitious person, she quickly felt the need to keep pursuing her studies but gained some experience first....   [tags: Nursing, Certified Nursing Assistant]

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The Case Of Spring And Guardian Assurance Plc And Others

- With the increase in demand for references amongst employers, the obligation of providing references for former/past employees has been a controversial subject. References are used to assess the work ethic, performance and experience of an applicant. Although this information is compulsory when applying for certain jobs, there are some cases were employers are not liable to provide this information. With the employers owing a common law duty of care to its employees, this paper will provide a critical evaluation for the liability of employers providing references for their former/past employees in relation to the tort of negligence....   [tags: Tort, Negligence, Employment, Law]

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Environmental Criminology : A Target And An Absence Of Guardian Against Crime

- Environmental Criminology as a Domain to Prevent Crime Criminal activity occurs on a daily basis and these crimes may consist of serious offences or less serious offences. Based on the routine activity theory, it specifies that there are three elements of a crime: a likely offender, a suitable target and an absence of guardian against crime. When a motivated offender approaches a suitable target, the offender seizes the opportunity and allows the target to become a powerless victim (Felson, 1987)....   [tags: Crime, Criminology, Crime prevention]

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The Guardian, By The United States Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers

- I decided to analyze one of the main characters in The Guardian, this is a movie about the United States Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers. One of the main charters; Senior Chief Ben Randall is a very decorated rescue swimmer, many people say he is a legend. As for his age I know he is past the age of 40 but otherwise it is not stated. After an accident in the line of duty he is sent to work at “A” school which is the Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer training facility. I believe Senior Chief Randall to have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)....   [tags: Psychological trauma]

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Child Abuse : A Child From A Guardian Or Caregiver

- Child abuse is more than bruises or broken bones on a child from a guardian or caregiver. Child abuse is when a caregiver or parent causes death, injury, emotional harm or serious harm to the child. The main types of maltreatment recognized by CPS (Child Protection Services) include sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional and child neglect. Sexual abuse is defined as sexual touching, rape, intercourse, sodomy, commercial exploit and exhibitionism to a minor. Physical abuse is defined as aggression, such as punching, kicking, beating, burning, shaking or physically harming a child....   [tags: Child abuse, Neglect, Domestic violence, Abuse]

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The Guardian Put It Very Well When They Say

- The Guardian put it very well when they say, “Every decision made this election will affect the course of my life.” (Cresci, Newell par. 3). This statement is very true, no matter who you are and what your background may be you have beliefs. And each candidate who is either running for President or just a local mayor also has beliefs. Whoever is voted in does have the power to change things according to their beliefs. It is not just Republican or Democrat, there are many candidates that have views on both sides on the spectrum, and one needs to find the one that aligns with your point of views on topics....   [tags: George W. Bush, President of the United States]

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The Guardian King Fudo Myo-o: The Immovable One

- The Art Institute of Chicago houses a sculpture that epitomizes Shingon Buddhism in Japan. Born from an influence of Chinese esoteric Buddhism and the Indian God Shiva, the deity Fudo Myo-o, or “The Immovable One”, is one of the most important figures in Japanese Buddhism. The deity first appears in the Heian Period during the ninth century and is made to help followers of Buddhism with any adversity faced. During the Kamakura Period from the 12th-14th centuries the figure of this guardian king developed into a more realistic sculptural form....   [tags: Art Analysis ]

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I Have A Guardian Watching Over Me

- I have a guardian watching over me in heaven,I call him Abuelo. Ever since I was a young girl, I admired my grandfather as a hero and a role-model. My beloved grandfather ,Alberto Schellemberg, has had an everlasting imprint on my soul. When I think of my Abuelo, tears come to my eyes as I recall my fond memories I have of him.The long phone calls I had with him and the special visits.He provided me with an abundance of unconditional love,kindness,patience ,comfort,and motivation.My grandfather taught me that you don’t need a cape nor an eye mask to be hero .He taught me certain values that helped shape who I am today....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Love, Grandfather clause]

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I Have A Guardian Watching Over Me

- I have a guardian watching over me in heaven, I call him Abuelo which means grandfather in Spanish. My grandfather was born and raised in Argentina a city he was proud to call his home, not because it was a pleasant country but rather in Argentina work brings results and friends back one another.Ever since I was a young girl, I admired my grandfather as a hero and a role-model. Though I was only 11 at the time of his passing I can still depict his stark features.Piercing green eyes,sleek black hair and a twinkle in his eyes.My beloved grandfather, Alberto Schellemberg, has had an everlasting imprint on my soul....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Sibling, Love]

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Guardian Figure

- Guardian Figure Upon first sight of this sculpture, one is introduced to its overwhelming expression and brilliant size. This untitled statue stands approximately life size at a mere six to six and a half feet tall and is about two or three feet wide. He is standing upright on a gray rectangular structure approximately three feet off the grounding making him about nine and half feet total. This is a monstrous sculpture when looked upon firsthand. It seemingly is a man, possibly a warrior of some kind....   [tags: Papers]

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My Grandfather, My Guardian Angel

- My central psyche has combusted into dozens of abstract particles. Each notion fits perfectly. It is as if my life has been predestined. Each new day is simply inevitable. Or, perhaps, it is the opposite, and the jigsaw puzzle, otherwise known as my world is molding each individual sector. They are all being sculpted accordingly as to each step I take, whichever direction it may be in. Many a time, I have sat back and pondered my surroundings. I have explored the decisions I have made as to whether they have been judicious, or pernicious to my well being....   [tags: personal experiences]

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Should Medical Decisions Be Made By The Child 's Parent / Guardian Or Medical Professionals?

- Today, an incredibly ethical question in society is whether medical decisions for children should be made by the child’s parent/guardian or medical professionals. Countless people have argued for both sides of the question. Some people believe that child’s medical decisions should be made by their parent because their parent knows what’s best for their child. Parents spend day after day with their children, so they know all about their child. Others believe that medical professionals should make the decisions because they have a higher level of medical knowledge and know what the healthiest decision is for their patients....   [tags: Physician, Medicine, Pregnancy, Mother]

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A Brief Note On The Legal Guardian Of Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

- TASK ONE Sue (pseudonym) is a 56 year old, hardworking, women of English and Maori decent. Sue is 5ft and weighs 135kgs and does not have time for socialising or exercise. Sue works night shift as a Health care assistance in a rest home. Sue is the legal guardian of her two Grandchildren (Moko) aged 6 and 8 years old. Spending time with her moko and works leaves little time for social activities. Sue’s husband passed away just under 10 months ago, this has left Sue with the responsibility of supporting the Moko and paying all their everyday expenditure....   [tags: Diabetes mellitus, Blood sugar, Insulin, Diabetes]

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How an Article from the Guardian Relates to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

- I chose this particular article from the Guardian newspaper because I felt it best relates to what happens and is very much a huge part of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. For example when you walk into a nearby No-frills to buy some cereal. The box is categorized, "Has GMOs. The first thought that invades your mind is:  A. "Cool. GMOs can offer prized additional nutrients and superior crop resistance, leading to lengthier and healthier lives for several of the world's utmost underprivileged people....   [tags: humans playing God and messing with nature]

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Hector Hugh Munro's Sredni Vashtar and John Collier's Thus I Refute Beelzy

- The portrayal of the parent/guardian relationship in Hector Hugh Munro’s “Sredni Vashtar” and John Collier’s “Thus I Refute Beelzy” demonstrates the devastating effects on Conradin’s and small Simon’s well being due to neglect. The sole- purpose of a parent/guardian relationship is to provide the child with protection, nourishment, continuous affection, and an adequate amount of freedom. The failure to provide these four essential elements affects children psychologically and physically. To begin with, both Conradin and Small Simon in “Sredni Vashtar” and “Thus I Refute Beelzy” (respectively), dearth protection from their guardian and parents (Munro & Collier)....   [tags: Parent/Guardian Relationship]

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Solutions to Child Trafficking in Romania

- Solutions to Child trafficking in Romania The Guardian describes the story of Marinela, A seventeen year old Romanian girl who was kidnapped and sold as a sex slave. The British newspaper shared that “[Marinela’s] Daily shifts lasted twelve hours, 10pm to 10am, seven days a week.” She was later discovered and arrested for prostitution in England. It was also reported that, “Her first day in custody was the first time since her arrival in England six months earlier that she had not been forced to have sex.” (Townsend)....   [tags: The Guardian, Kidnapping, Sex Trafficking]

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Intra Group and Intergroup Processes

- The Application of Intergroup Relations to the Case of Ritual Fight Involving New British Marine Recruits Teams and work groups function in organizational and interdependent relationship settings. These organizational groups are interdependent as they function to fulfil the goals of the whole organization. Groups rely on each other to gain valuable information necessary for their operation. In business, the marketing department may depend on the production to reach out for more market, whereas the production department may depend on the marketing to moderate in production....   [tags: Analysis: The Guardian, British Marines]

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Negligence in The Farmer´s Children

- ... Emerson and Cato are facing discomfort at the hands of the brumal conditions, having been conspicuously described. Due to the fact that their provisions are scarce, we are left to assume that they may not be able to make it through the unrelenting bitterness of the cold. We were ascertained that Emerson and Cato gradually “grew numb and cold” and that they felt immense pain. The freezing moisture also had proven to get worse and with no attainable sources of head we are yet again left to assume that death is to be expected....   [tags: sensitivity, techniques, guardian]

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Marketing: Ten Deadly Marketing Sins by Philip Kotler

- Family Guardian knows that having the right people in the right areas of the company is important. Quality in the customer service provided by its staff is key to keeping customers happy and has an influence on their overall perception of the company. Each employee at the company is required to complete a customer service course each year, administered by the company. Moreover, a training manager, a position that the company previously did not have, was hired in February of 2014 to oversee and implement ongoing training for employees in all areas of the organization....   [tags: swot analysis, productivity, family guardian]

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The Guardian: A Narrative Fiction

- ... It was an odd orange-grey, gritty, and not sweet, but it was food and I would eat it. I then sat in the old rocking chair and enjoyed breakfast. “Fenris?” My brother emerged from our shared bedroom, rubbing sleep out of his eyes. “Why do you always get up so early. It’s like you don’t sleep.” “Sometimes I don’t,” I informed my younger brother, Cecil. “What?” Cecil started to say, but was interrupted by our older brother stepping out of his room. “Hey, what time is it?” Anton asked, sounding awake....   [tags: demon, teeth, prey, protect, human]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' A Raindrop Falling '

- A Raindrop Falling Tears welled up in Lela 's eyes as she turned her back toward her husband while they lay in bed. She could barely breathe. She fought hard not to cry. Her heart felt so heavy as though it would burst at any moment. It was not only the words Ravi used, but also the way he had spoken to her; and the tone he used. She lied motionless, trying to scan her thoughts for any time that Ravi might have ever spoken to her in such demeanor. No, not really. He had been acting it little out of his ordinary lately....   [tags: Drug addiction, Addiction, Legal guardian, Thought]

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The Great Sphinx of Giza

- Imagine trudging through the scalding climate of the isolated Sahara desert, and suddenly stumbling upon a colossal, 60 foot height 240 feet wide, proud lion, with the head of a king looming overhead, glaring down at you, only a stone’s throw from the pyramids. You are perplexed of such a conundrum, you have never seen this statue before the only thing lingering in this wastelands were the colossal mounds of sand, and the primeval, elusive pyramids.Is it possible this statue could have buried. Inhumed in sand for years, with only the vision of it’s head to gaze upon this harsh land....   [tags: mystery, Ancient Egypt, king Chephren, guardian]

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My Guardian Angels

- ... Papers on my notebooks used to become so thin and faded away because of my constant erasing of the word if it was not properly written in the best handwriting. My father was always a great support alongside my mother. He did not pressure me as much as my mother did. He was always an encouragement to me when I did something wrong, trying to soothe situations out when my mother was frustrated with me. Until I graduated high school, both my parents had studied with me every school book I had. My father is an engineer, so he was my help in maths, physics, chemistry, even biology and Arabic....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Enhancing and Protecting Children's Right

- Children’s rights are considered to be one of the most important issues that are discussed these days. There’s a rapid pace of agreements and movements towards the acknowledgment and expansion of the rights of children around the world. “In the past, research treated children as objects; research was done on them with the agenda and framework set purely by adults. New work is emerging where children create the way of research, as they act as researchers and researchers work with questions formulated by children and work with children.” ( Jones, P....   [tags: parents, legal guardian, cultural rights]

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EMS Disaster Medicine: Guardian Angels in Extreme Circumstances

- The world experiences disasters every day and there has to be someone there to help. That someone could be considered Disaster Medicine EMS or rescue workers who get called out for natural disasters, terrorist attacks, major events, etc.…An excellent example of a terrorist attack would be the Boston Marathon where a major event was held and many people were hurt from a bomb going off . That terrorist attack took more than just rescue workers, paramedics, and other experienced professionals, it took civilians helping each other until professional help arrived....   [tags: natural disasters, terrorist attacks]

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The Guardians Should Not Study Poetry

- Moreover, Socrates’s discussion with Adeimantus and Claucon in the third book of the Republic focused on a broad range of educational methods such as music and sports, as well as having a particular educational path for the guardian class and is similar for both males and females (Rosen, 2005, p. 172). In this discussion, Socrates concluded that the guardians should not study poetry, rather, their education must be based on the four virtues: wisdom, courage, justice and moderation. Also, the guardians’ education has to focus on the physical training, through gymnastics, the guardians will live a better life without the need for constant medical care....   [tags: Democracy, Plato, Oligarchy, Regime]

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Challenge of Taking Care Elderly Loved One

- My mother broke her hip and had to stay at a nursing home temporarily to rehabilitate. I knew then if she had to stay for a long term that would not be option for my mother. Nursing homes are okay, if family members are checking on your love one while they are there; because I believe they do not have adequate staff to accommodate all the patients in the nursing home. As a result the challenges of taking care of my mother were her refusal to help, effects to health of caretaker, and family conflicts....   [tags: nursing home, caretaker, care, patient, guardian]

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Divine Comedy - The Guardians of Dante's Inferno

- The Guardians of Dante's Inferno      Dante's Inferno is one of the best written works of all time because it was written as an allegory inside an excellent story.  A key part of this allegory was how Dante used different guardians in the various circles of hell.  These guardians were used to symbolize the punishments of the sinners.      Minos is the guardian of Circle II, the circle of the Lustful.  He symbolizes an accusing personality because his job is to give punishments to the sinners.  The bodies of the sinners confess the sins automatically, and that shows the sinners know everything about themselves when it is too late to repent.  Minos is important becau...   [tags: Divine Comedy Inferno Essays]

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Socrates’ Examination of the City-State in Plato's Republic

- Despite having no written works, Socrates remains one of the greatest and influential philosophers of all time. In Plato Republic, Socrates’ account for the origin of the city-state is a main concept. On a broad scale, Socrates views justice as the main relationship between the individual and the state. Moreover, Socrates also examines the nature of injustice in the city-state, which serves to explain his concern about the early moral education of the potential guardians. In Book II of Plato Republic, Socrates concern for the good of the souls of the potential guardians correlates to his argument for censorship in Books II and III....   [tags: injustice, guardians, luxuries]

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The Nine Guardians

- The story of the Nine Guardians takes place during the presidency of Lazaro Cardenas between 1934 and 1940. Lazaro Cardenas instituted the agrarian reform to break up the large ranches owned by the elite class and end the state of peonage in which the Indians on the ranch lived. President Cardenas government opposed the Catholic Church as it was believed to be the vehicle of superstition as well as the ally of the old regime. (Mason 1962, p80) The Churches were closed and many priest lost their lives for saying Mass....   [tags: Literary Analysis, The Church, Indigenous People]

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Parents And Guardians : Children 's Education

- Parents and guardians want what is best for their children, this includes aspects of their education. In 1990 the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) provided students with special needs with access to a free appropriate public education (FAPE) and the right to a due process hearing regarding their education. However, too much of IDEA was open to interpretation by schools, and the Act did not completely encourage parental participation in their children’s education. This created issues with parents and guardians either not being fully informed, or not agreeing with how their children were being taught....   [tags: Individualized Education Program]

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Should Guardians Determine Identity Of A Child

- Should guardians determine identity of a child or allow child to create one. The film is what I have been watching called black or white, it based on true story. The story was about the grandfather Eliot, who was suddenly left to care for his granddaughter Eloise after Eliot lost his wife. Eloise was torn between two families that love her very much. Both families fight for her and what’s right and wrong, express their true feeling about the race not only that but also forgiveness, and understanding situations....   [tags: Family, Race, Miscegenation, Race]

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Masculinity And Feminine Is Learnt By A Child From Their Guardians

- The aspect of masculinity and feminine is learnt by a child from their guardians implying that gender role is not a concept that is biological but much of a cultural. The Muslim dominated countries have their own gender roles that define their way of life. From the perspectives of how men and women relate, dress to how they carry out their duty. This contrasts the western societies where by gender ideals have changed over the last few decades (Clevard, 2006). The reason as to why such gender roles still inhibit the Muslim world and the western society has changed is because of the cultural ties that have always been maintained by the Muslim societies and broken by the western union....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Woman, Role]

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Why A Teacher Can Help Parents Or Guardians Through A Take Home Folder

- 1. A teacher can provide a positive means of communication to parents or guardians through a take home folder. a. For elementary students, parents usually like to know how their students are progressing, performing and behaving in school, sometimes even down to the smallest details. To avoid some of the meticulous emails, parent phone calls and meeting but still meet both parents and teacher needs, I believe a positive method of communication can be created. For this, I like the idea of a folder that goes back and forth between home and school every day....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Lesson plan]

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A study of Costa Rican Exceptionalism Within the Realm of State Formation

- TOMÁS GUARDIA A DICTATOR FOR THE GREATER GOOD Throughout the initial decades on the process of state formation in Costa Rica there were a number of dictatorships, however none were as influential as that of Tomás Guardia. Coronel Guardia was at the head of a military coup motivated by yet another oligarchy rivalry, however once in power, he severed his ties to the coffee elite (Acuña Ortega et al. 2000). Guardia was able to consolidate a base of support outside of the coffee oligarchy, particularly within the army....   [tags: tomas guardia, military apparatus]

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Kinder Guardin'

- Hospital Alemán, a German hospital in Argentina, launched its "Children Do" advertisement campaign in 2009. This campaign plays on the everyday mishaps of childhood and draws attention to the importance of medical care for children. The “Children Do” campaign promotes Hospital Alemán's “Kinderplan,” which the tag-line cites as “the best health plan for children” (“2009”). With an appealing, minimalistic style, careful use of design elements, and color-coded visuals, these advertisements make a subtle ethical appeal with a touch of humor....   [tags: Advertising ]

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Notes On The Law Before Githa Hariharan V. Reserve Bank Of India


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Socrates ' Greatest Failing Is The Same As His Greatest Achievement?

- Socrates’ greatest failing is the same as his greatest achievement; the great Republic he builds is not intended to last—nor can it. Socrates and Polemarchus agree that it is impossible to change the nature of the unjust man with the misapplication of justice. Harm, they agree, will simply drive the unjust man to more injustice (335d). The next three books then proceed to deal with this thorny problem—how to transform the unjust man into a just one, for the benefit of society. Adeimantus’ creation of the vegetarian polis with little or no personal property seems to lack injustice (371d)....   [tags: Ethics, Plato]

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Child Abuse And Its Effects On Children

- Four or more children lose their lives every day from some form of abuse or neglect just in the United States. Out of all of these children, over 70% are the age of three or younger. When it comes to the term “child abuse” many people do not understand exactly this term entails. Many individuals associate “child abuse” with the term “physical abuse,” however child abuse can be much more than just physical. Specifically, child abuse is defined as when the guardian of a child neglects to bestow suitable care, consciously exposes abuse, or abuses a child while telling them what or what not to do....   [tags: Child abuse, Abuse, Neglect, Physical abuse]

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Be Educated With Nondisabled Peers And The Maximum Extent Appropriate

- be educated with nondisabled peers to the maximum extent appropriate (Cambron-McCabe, McCarthy & Eckes, 2014; Pager, 2014; Rosenberg, O’Shea & O’Shea, 2006). More specifically, “Special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of a child from general education may occur only if the nature or severity of the disability is such that education cannot be achieved satisfactorily in a general education setting,” (Cambron-McCabe, McCarthy & Eckes, 2014, p. 155). During the IEP process, the IEP team must consider the LRE for a student with a disability, as discussions centered around alternative placements as well as supports are warranted....   [tags: Education, Individualized Education Program]

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The Platonic and Aristotelian Views on the Role and Status of Women in Society

- Introduction Women’s rights and societal roles have varied throughout history. Yet, a common theme that is notable across many times and cultures is the notion that women are inferior to men. In ancient Greece, the opinion toward women followed this trend, and women were often overlooked in how they could contribute to society. It was rarely considered that the traits women share could be of use beyond their household duties. In this essay I will analyze the Platonic and Aristotelian views on the role and status of women....   [tags: Women’s societal roles in Ancient Greece]

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The Development Of The Human Brain

- The development of the human brain is largely based on relationships acquired during the first few months of life. Traits that a child is born with differ from the ones that he or she gains from an outside environment. The types of things that effects the acquirement of these traits is the environment that the guardian provide, and the interaction between baby and guardian in that environment. A household containing a newborn can be quite a hectic place, but when the parent handles themselves correctly, the baby soothes faster and quietly....   [tags: Developmental psychology, Learning, Play, Infant]

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The Principles Of Theology Represented By Socrates

- The two main principles of theology represented by Socrates at the end of Book II are in reference to his plan of guardian education. The importance of the education of the Gods is the implementation of the Guardian class on the city. As the class will be young and impressionable when hearing the stories it is critical that these are watched carefully. Socrates further expands the education of the Guardians to that of justice that comes from the city and the city is made up of its people. The first principle of theology in relation to the education of the Guardians that Socrates asserts is that the Gods are purely good thus only create good in the world....   [tags: Virtue, Plato, Ethics, Philosophy]

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Child Rearing Styles : Legitimate, Careless, Lenient, And Tyrant

- In brain science today, there are four noteworthy perceived child rearing styles: legitimate, careless, lenient, and tyrant. Every one conveys diverse qualities and realizes distinctive responses in the kids which they are utilized on. It is essential to remember that each guardian tyke relationship is diverse, so there is not one beyond any doubt fire approach to child rearing. Analysts have found four sorts of child rearing styles. Actually, research has uncovered that child rearing styles can impact a tyke 's social, cognitive, and mental development, which influences kids both in the adolescence years, and as a grown-up....   [tags: Childhood, Developmental psychology]

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The Control of Women in Early Modern Europe

- Do you believe in equal rights for women. During the sixteenth and seventeenth century, the rights of women were restricted when compared to the rights of men. Many of these rights were based upon the social and marital status of the woman, but regardless of her status, she had less rights than her husband. As I will argue in this paper, men controlled women and limited their rights with regard to guardianship, serving as a witness, and owning property. Women were viewed as inferior to men and often considered unable to make intellectual decisions....   [tags: female rights in the XVI & XVII century]

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A Platonic View Of An Idealistic Society

- In Book V of Plato’s Republic, he details his view of an idealistic society. His main arguments include a platonic view of marriage which is comparable to animal breeding. He also shows a strong belief in communal family. In addition, he explains why he believes that philosophers should rule. Marriage is expressed platonically in the polis, which contrasts with the ideal of devoted monogamy in today’s society. Instead, the members in the guardian class share women along with their children, and marriage does not include living together....   [tags: Philosophy, Plato, Epistemology, Belief]

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Analyzing the Two Newspaper Articles

- The newspapers that I am going to analyze are The Guardian and The Sun. Both of the papers represent different approaches to news presentations; different ideologies, and therefore different potential reader groups. The Sun is a tabloid newspaper that reports news that is sensationalised and also takes a subjective angel. Whereas, The Guardian is a broadsheet which reports serious news that are quite detailed and balanced. Broadsheets are often called the ‘quality newspapers’ and therefore is aimed to readers that want more in-depth news....   [tags: analysis, newspapers, ]

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Preparing for Death While Embracing Life

- The process of dying begins at birth. Each of us know that someday we will die, but we don't generally like to think or talk about it. The topic of death is often taboo in our society. Because of this, we are often unprepared when we are faced with the final stages of the dying process with someone we love. Attitudes and concepts about death and dying vary greatly. Death refers to the actual physical ending of life, while dying refers to the process of coming to that end. Most people do not simply stop breathing....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Release of Information in Mental Health and Development Disability Cases

- In the event of releasing any patient information it is important to make sure that all of your T’s are crossed and your I’s are dotted before the transaction is complete. However, because specialized patient records, such as Mental health or substance abuse cases, contain not only strictly medical information, but also therapeutic mental and emotional information, the release of this type of information could cause some damage to the patient (McWay, 2010, p. 227). This is why the release of information concerning this type of patient records is different from that of a patient record without delicate information in it....   [tags: Healthcare]

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The Issue Of Youngsters Raised By Single Folks Versus Kids

- For a long time, youngsters experiencing childhood in a solitary parent family have been seen as various. Being raised by one and only parent appears to be difficult to numerous yet throughout the decades it has turned out to be more pervasive. In today 's general public numerous kids have grown up to end up sincerely steady and fruitful whether they had maybe a couple folks to demonstrat to them the rough way that life presents to every single person. The issue lies in the distinction of youngsters raised by single folks versus kids raised by both a mother and a father....   [tags: Family, Father, Mother, American family structure]

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Overview of Gary Carey's Themes in Treasure Island

- Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson is not a book with a particular message, rather a simple and pure adventurous tale of a young man seeking treasure and himself. In Themes in Treasure Island by Gary Carey, he explains that folktales are of young men or women who leave their lives behind to seek fortune, such as “the myth of Jason embarking to bring home the dragon-guarded Golden Fleece, Odysseus on his hazardous journey back to Ithaca from Troy, and the medieval romance of Perceval seeking the Grail.” Carey believes all these stories, myths, and tales have one central theme -- it is an adventurous quest....   [tags: Adventurous Quest, Book Analysis]

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Fighting for Equal Rights in Two Opposite Countries

- ... Saudi Arabia has a uniform for women, they are obligated to wear a veil (abaya, how they call it in arab countries), and “depending on what city they’re in and if religious police are present, [Muslim women] can also be required to wear a headscarf and face veil” (Undertheabaya). Many women think that wearing the veil, is something that shouldn’t be obligated, they believe that they can have the freedom to choose what they want to where in the day they want to wear. In the summer the weather is extremely hot, and still, women are obligated to wear the veil, many of the times, they must enter the beach with their veil....   [tags: lebanon, saudi arabia, women´s role]

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code of conducts

- GUARDIAN AD LITEM CODE OF CONDUCT The Guardian ad Litem shall: 1. maintain high standards of conduct in carrying out his or her duties and obligations; 2. diligently represent and be guided solely by the best interests of the child; 3. report honestly and impartially to the court on what is in the best interests of the child; 4. respect the privacy of the child and family; 5. hold confidential all information obtained in the course of service as a guardian ad litem, as required by law and these Standards; 6....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Black Woman In America

- The black woman, she is as diverse and as beautiful as the billions of humans she gave birth to. The first homo sapiens to appear in the fertile land of East Africa were nurtured from her bosom; the wisdom and strength that is characteristic of the black woman today is not a recent acquisition but qualities that were honed over thousand of years. Every woman on this earth has mitochondrial DNA (mitochondrial DNA is the DNA transferred from mother to child and the only genetic material that stands the test of time)from Lucy, the small black woman found in the Awash Valley in Ethiopia....   [tags: Race]

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How I Get Your Driver 's License

- How to Get your Driver 's License As a kid, I have always wanted to be able to drive and get my drivers license. I was always told “nope, not yet” or “no, you aren’t old enough yet”. This just only made me want to get it even more. All those years of me sitting in the back just patiently waiting to get my license was almost unbearable. Soon enough the time came for me to start to think about getting my license, but little did I know how long the process of getting it was going to be. The first step is that kids have to make sure they are of minimum age in order to attend segment one of drivers training....   [tags: Driving, Driver's license, Passport]

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The Average Length of Words From Two Newspapers

- The Average Length of Words From Two Newspapers This is an investigation to compare the average length of words from two different newspapers, i.e. The Guardian and The Sun. One newspaper has to be a broadsheet and the other has to be a tabloid. Aim 1 ===== This is to find out which midweek newspapers have longer average word lengths and the age range the particular newspaper is aimed at. To find the reading age of the newspaper I will be following this formula: - This formula is to find out the reading age of a passage of writing....   [tags: Papers]

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The Drawback of Destroying Old Sites and Putting Up New Buildings in Mecca

- Mosque Project Since pre-Islamic times Mecca has always been known as a sacred site, however due to mass construction and modernization, the sacredness of this holy city may be slowly dying. Mecca contains the Holy Mosque and the Kaaba. The Kaaba is a tall, box-like structure which stands in a courtyard in the center of the Holy Mosque, and it became established as the main object of pilgrimages to Mecca (Dictionary of Islamic Architecture). Mecca is the birth place of the prophet Muhammad and contains a lot of important historical sites such as the site where Muhammad was born, the house of the prophet’s wife Khadijah and the house of Abu Bakr, as well as Muhammad’s grandson’s house which...   [tags: Islam, Mecca, Holy Mosque, Kaaba]

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Analysis Of Caryl Churchill 's ' Seven Jewish Children '

- Caryl Churchill’s play, Seven Jewish Children: A Play for Gaza ,is a short, six-page response that revolves around the Israeli military strike on Gaza in 2008 and 2009. The play features no clear characters and is constructed primarily of seven spoken blocks of texts that can be performed in a plethora of ways. Each of the seven parts address or focus on a female Jewish child, spoken by a person or people protective and caring of the child. Although the play and its playwright have been labeled anti-semitic for the controversial topic and the seemingly one-sided viewpoint sympathizing with Gaza, the play’s lasting appeal lies with its emotional, instinctive, and immutable overall ramificatio...   [tags: Performance, Theatre, Seven Jewish Children]

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The Civil Act Of The United States

- The amount of child support is based on child support guideline which the family court has published . II. Marriage and divorce in the United States A. History of Marriage in the United states In the United States, family law has been governed by state regulations not only because of the federal system, but also because family relationships are diversified by each social norms and customs. In some cases, a state law matter becomes a federal issue with the Supreme court’s decision. For example, the Supreme court holds that getting married is the fundamental right that every person has, and holds that banning interracial marriage violates equal protection therefore unconstitutional ....   [tags: Marriage, Divorce, Family law, Child custody]

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The Down Side to Spanking

- From the earliest practice, in Ancient Greece, physical discipline or spanking has been endorsed as the superior method for disciplining children. From then on spanking came to be a very common method of discipline all over the world. Even to this day spanking is a very common practice. In fact two thirds of Americans approve of spanking to this day. Although, spanking or physical discipline in America has declined progressively over the years because parents are now more aware of the negative effects spanking has on children....   [tags: inadequate behavior, harm]

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Saudi Arabia Implementing Women's Rights

- The debate over human rights rages on throughout the world, with the United Nations playing a critical role in the debate. That organization has largely been the group in charge of dictating to various nations what they can and cannot do in the human rights realm. Specifically, there have been a number of different international standards passed on how countries are to treat their women. Saudi Arabia has long been held up as an example of a culture that has not complied with these international human rights norms....   [tags: International Human Rights Law, Women]

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Idaho Minor Body Art Regulations

- ... The reasoning is that, the health department needs to step in, so tattoo parlors that do not take safety into account, can get shut down (Taylor, 2012). There are disagreements from those who are considered adults, such as those who are tattoo and other body art artists, who believe that minors do not understand the responsibility of acquiring a tattoo and are not emotionally mature enough to receive one (Burnside, 2013). There are some viewpoints people who believe in industries such as the tattoo industry if a business is mainly having a basis on kids then the children are being exploited (Taylor,2012)....   [tags: tattooing, branding, and body piercing]

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The Confidentiality Requirement For An Information Collection

- Princeton University possesses information that is sensitive and valuable. Personally identifiable information, financial data, building plans, research, and other information considered sensitive. Some information is protected by federal and state laws or contractual obligations that prohibit its unauthorized use or disclosure. The exposure of sensitive information to unauthorized individuals could cause irreparable harm to the University or members of the University community, and could also subject the University to fines or other government sanctions....   [tags: Computer security, Access control, Authentication]

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Comparing Newspaper Articles

- Comparing Newspaper Articles I have decided to do my assignment (in which I have to compare two newspaper articles) on the very controversial and interesting story of the arrival of Mr Jean-Marie le pen, who came to Britain in order to support the far right racist political party by the name of the BNP (British national party) and the political stir it caused on the streets of Britain. My comparison will look at how the different political British newspapers portray different stories, which can be affected greatly by which party a particular newspaper supports....   [tags: Papers]

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The Chemistry Of Crime And Crime

- Crime and Everyday Life chapter two, The Chemistry for Crime outlines the various components of a crime. Noting that offenders are just one small element to any crime. In all honesty offenders are a variable waiting for time that all the elements are in place. Violent, predatory crimes only occur while an absence of guardians around a target. Clarke named the check list for a target or hot product as, concealable, removable, available, valuable, enjoyable, and disposable. Equally, fights develop in the absence of peacemakers and a present crowd....   [tags: Sociology, Crime, Middle class, Social groups]

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Investigation Into Correlation Between Newspapers

- Investigation Into Correlation Between Newspapers Plan I have been asked to do a project about different newspapers. The newspapers I have chosen are: The sun, Express, Times, Telegraph, Metro and News of the world. I have chosen these as they are all different newspapers. I will collect data to see if there is any correlation between the newspapers. The things that I am going to find out is the numbers of photo's, pages on sport, size (perimeter), price and total number of pages....   [tags: Papers]

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A Comparison of Two Newspapers

- A Comparison of Two Newspapers The Sun and the Guardian are very different newspapers, even at a first glance you can see that they are created for different purposes. The guardian newspaper is twice the size of a tabloid newspaper e.g. The Sun. and therefore has twice as much information, than a tabloid. A Tabloid newspaper focuses on the images, and has less information than a broadsheet newspaper, so it can attract a different audience....   [tags: Papers]

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Successes and Failures During the The Jacksonian Era

- The Jacksonian Era, in the 1820’s and 1830’s, was a very critical period in American history. Many historians have different views on whether the Jacksonian Democrats, Andrew Jackson’s followers and supporters, were guardians of the United States Constitution, political democracy, individual liberty and the equality of economic opportunity. Although Jacksonian Democrats view themselves as guardians of all these, they were wrong about most of it. The Jacksonian Democrats did a good job protecting and expanding political democracy and protecting equalty of economic opportunity, but failed to be guardians of the constitution as well as individual liberty....   [tags: equality, economics, constitution]

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