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Holland : A Laboratory Of The World

- Holland: A Laboratory Of the World The Netherlands, also known as Holland, has progressive social policies (1). The Dutch are also friendly and accommodating. America, as a puritanical society, has views that are contrary to Holland’s. Thus, Holland has a practical philosophy that is very different from the US regarding teen pregnancies and prostitution, the use of recreational drugs, same-sex marriage, and euthanasia. Generally, the Dutch have a pragmatic tolerance regarding various social policies....   [tags: Human trafficking, Prostitution, Netherlands]

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The Holland and Barrett Brands

- Brand; - brand is known as uniqueness in term of what products or service the company provides. Brand is also set of insight or image that represents seller. Brand defines symbol, name, term or feature of company’s service or goods. Example of popular brand is apple, Amazon and Samsung. Looking to the case study chosen, the Holland and Barrett brand is the name and design identifies their quality products and service as distinct from those other sellers. Holland and Barrett store have natural and healthy appearance that provides easily to recognise them....   [tags: branding, equity, strategy, products]

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Europa, Europa By Agnieszka Holland

- The 1990 film Europa, Europa, directed by Agnieszka Holland, is an incredible story about a Jewish boy named Solomon Perel who adventures through Europe during the time period of World War II. Europa, Europa takes the viewer on a journey of survival, as Solomon must hide his true identity time and time again throughout the movie, in order to ensure his survival from the Nazi’s. Solomon is faced with internal struggles, he first hides his Jewish identity in order to survive, then as his life continues, he struggles with new ideals that conflict with the ideals he was brought up with....   [tags: Nazi Germany, World War II, Soviet Union, Jews]

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Situation Analysis for Marks and Spencer in Holland

- Country, Industry and Competitor Analysis This situation analysis focuses on the suitability of Marks and Spencer in Holland and the necessary factors the company has to take into account before venturing into this market. The market has several advantages which Marks and Spencer can tap into going by the level of success it has experienced in the UK. The company can focus on developing a clothing product line that appeals to young, urbane and career individuals who are not afraid to try out new concepts....   [tags: Business]

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John Holland 's Theory Of Types

- According to Niles and Harris-Bowlsbey (2017), John Holland’s theory of types has been described as providing a relationship between one’s job and personality characteristic. Holland believes that an individual’s choice of career is an expression of their personality (Ohler & Levinson, 2012). Therefore, people will seek out an environment they are most comfortable with in exercising their skills and values. For example, the enterprising type may prefer a job as a manager or business owner (Niles & Harris-Bowlsbey, 2017)....   [tags: Personality type, Personality psychology]

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The Holland Tunnel

- The Holland Tunnel The concept for the Holland Tunnel was developed in 1906.1 In 1906, a coalition of the New York State and New Jersey Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission began studies for a bridge connecting lower Manhattan to Jersey City, New Jersey.2 By the end of World War I (1918), the number of cars and trucks on U.S. roads had skyrocketed. This trend did not differ in the streets of New York City.3 At this time the Hudson River ferries were carrying about 30 million vehicles each year (24,000 vehicles a day3) from New York to New Jersey....   [tags: ]

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Holland 's Theory Of Types And Person Environment Interaction

- Holland’s theory of types and person-environment interaction reflects Pandora’s career history path. Holland’s theory “describes differences in personality types. It provides an explicit link between various personality characteristic and corresponding job titles and because it organizes the massive data about people and jobs” (Niles & Bowlsbey, 2013, p.69). The theory describes four basic assumptions that apply to Pandora life. The first assumption states that in our culture, majority of people are categorized as one of the six types: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising and conventional (Niles & Bowlsbey, 2013)....   [tags: Personality psychology, Psychology]

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Career Goals : The Holland Codes System Breaks Down

- Career Goals I chose the Holland code (RIASEC) Test to take for my career assessment. According to "Open Source Psychometrics Project" (n.d.), "The Holland Codes system breaks down occupations into six general categories…A Holland Code summarizes your results with an acronym for the categories you score highest for, which makes you an ICS”. I scored the highest with investigative. My next highest scores were even- which were social and conventional. The lowest scores were for artistic, realistic, and entrepreneurial at the bottom....   [tags: Psychology, Mental health professional, Nursing]

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The Out Of Holland 's Six Personality Types

- Out of Holland’s six personality types: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, Enterprising, and Conventional, my career most suitable for the social personality types because I like to help others by being a Physician Assistant. Growing up in a developing country, I saw people dying due to lack of medication and medical attention. I felt so helpless during my childhood, which motivated me to choose a future in the medical field. Currently, I am majoring in psychology and intern to be a Physician Assistant in the future and help those in need....   [tags: Personality psychology, Emotion, Psychology]

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Holland Sweetener Case Analysis

- Introduction (graphics not availalbe) The Holland Sweetener Company (HSC) is planning to enter the low-calorie, high-intensity sweetener market which is currently dominated by NutraSweet. Below we first analyze our target industry. Next we look at what kind of response should HSC expect from NutraSweet upon its entry into this market. We will also analyze few likely scenarios that could play out and we will try to estimate the likelihood of each scenario. Based on our analysis, we will give a recommendation for HSC to plan their entry into this market....   [tags: Business Management Analysis Strategy]

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Holland Tunnel

- Holland Tunnel It has taken engineers thousands of years to perfect the art of digging tunnels. Today tunnels provide available space for cars and trains, water and sewage, even power and communication lines. However, before cars and trains, tunnels carried only water. The first to use tunnels on a major scale were the Romans. Roman engineers created the most extensive network of tunnels in the ancient world. The Romans built aqueducts to carry water from mountain springs to cities and villages; however, in many instances there were obstacles, such as rock formations, in between the spring and the city of interest....   [tags: History Historical tunnels Engineering Essays]

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Norman N. Holland

- Norman N. Holland has been the well- known representative of the psychological sub-trend under the umbrella-term Reader Response Criticism. He was affected greatly by the theory of psychoanalysis by Sigmund Freud. Through his long life, Holland has contributed to the literary theory much. Most of the time, he is trying to explore the human brain and the minds of the individuals and their response to literature. In his autobiography, Holland informs us that he began teaching and writing in 1956....   [tags: Biography]

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Career Counseling : John Holland 's Modal Personal Style

- Holland-Krumboltz Paper In career counseling, it is imperative to understand the theories associated within the field. This is because the theories lay down the foundation that further concepts, strategies, and techniques used throughout the field are built upon. Even though some theories may be criticized and considered useless or obsolete over time, they still play a role in shaping the overall development of the field. The procedures and resources that are used in career counseling today are prominent because of the research and development of the theories in the field....   [tags: Personality psychology, Learning, Police]

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John Holland's Theory of Vocational Personalities and Work Environments

- John Holland's Theory of Vocational Personalities and Work Environments Holland’s theory of vocational personalities and work environments is the premier structural theory behind modern counseling. His theory structural theory is centered around the basic belief that people will seek out careers that offer environments that are compatible with their interest, likes and dislikes. This basic premise is the foundation for Holland’s globally accepted vocational personality and work environment theory....   [tags: Papers]

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Holland, Paris and Belgium Trip - Original Writing

- Holland, Paris and Belgium Trip - Original Writing It was Wednesday 17th June 2002. Finally the day had come. The feeling of excitement and anticipation was overwhelming. I had been picked just over six months beforehand. I was going to Holland, Paris and Belgium with my school. One whole week with all my friends, visiting four of Europe’s best theme parks including a trip up the Eiffel Tower and a boat trip along the River Seine. This was sure to be the best trip I had ever been on....   [tags: Papers]

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Is Deofe's A Journal of the Plague Year Fact or Fiction?

- Nowadays, infectious diseases have become a major source of mortality and one of the greatest concerns for the society as whole. Equally this was the case during the mid-seventeenth century, when an unexpected plague returned again in Holland. Published in 1722 by Daniel Deofe, the novel was a first-person narrative told by the fictional character of H.F. recalling his experience and events from the plague. It is interesting to know how the author intended the historical novel as a warning to guide and comfort, especially the poor.Classifying the journal as fact or fiction was an issue since its publication being that it involved a fictitious account of a real event....   [tags: sickness, credibility, holland]

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Nederland: The Dutch Plural Society

- The word “Nederland” was used to describe the geographical situation of the land, since “neder” is the Dutch term for low/down and “land” simply means land in Dutch. Since the country is very flat and not undulating, the name fits perfectly to describe this area. In the 15th century, the Netherland consisted of the upper and the lower land. Later in that time, both of the areas fell to a European Dynasty. The regions now became one country, known as the Netherlands. Holland is a slightly incorrect way to refer to the Netherlands....   [tags: Netherlands, Dutch, Holland, Hollander]

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The Play of the Diary of Anne Frank

- The Play of the Diary of Anne Frank starts out in the annex in the warehouse in Amsterdam, Holland where Anne Frank and seven others hid out during World War II. It opens with Otto Frank and Miep Gies standing in the annex alone in 1945. Mr. Frank had just come home from the concentration camps, being the one survivor from the annex. After conversing for awhile, Miep hands Mr. Frank Anne’s diary from the days of living in the annex. He starts to read the book, as it slowly flashes back to 1942 when it all began… On an early morning in July of 1942, the Van Daans and Franks meet up for the first time at the annex....   [tags: literary analysis, Amsterdam, Holland]

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A Look Inside the Mind of Anne Frank

- Anne Frank was a young girl living in what was considered one of the darkest moments in recent history, the holocaust. Her diary, which was given to her as a gift, was started on June 12, 1942, her last entry in it was on august 1, 1944, which was when the annex was discovered, and she was sent to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. She lived in an annex in an old warehouse with her family and several other people. Throughout the time spent in the annex, Anne wrote about the life that she lived, the emotions that she went through, and the difficulties of hiding from the Gestapos....   [tags: WWII Holocaust stories, Holland]

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Anne Frank and Hello Silberberg

- This first chapter of her diary contains the diary entries between June 14, 1942 and June 30, 1942. Anne starts her diary with the hope that she can reveal everything and anything to it, since she has never really been able to confide in anyone. In the first chapter Anne says that on June 12th it was her thirteenth birthday and for her birthday she received this diary. Anne then tells how she was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1929 and in 1933 her family moved to Holland because they were Jewish....   [tags: nazi, holland, jews]

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An Analysis of the Two Founders of Career Therapy, John L Holland and Donald E. Super

- The focus of this paper is to critically compare and contrast the two founders of Career Therapy, John L. Holland and Donald E. Super. Both these theorists spent a life time dedicated to refining helpful tools for use in making vocational choices. Mark Savickas a protégé of Super talks about how both these amazing theorists have influenced his own Narrative approach. “ From Super I learned the importance of the developmental perspective. From Holland I learned that you are wasting your time if you are doing science that doesn’t have practical applications.”(Collin, 2001, p.124)....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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European Colonial Powers from Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century Portugal, Spain, Holland, and Britain

- In 1494, the Treaty of Tordesillas was signed between Spain and Portugal with the mediation of Alexander VI, and the world was divided by Spain and Portugal (Fitzler, as cited in Hamilton, 1948, p. 37; Brandel, as cited in Hamilton, 1948, p. 37). Spain and Portugal seemed to be the two most powerful European countries in their oversea expansion in the beginning of the sixteenth century. However, later Netherland gained their independence from Spain and started their overseas expansion at the end of the sixteenth century (Weststeijn, 2012, p....   [tags: politics, treaty of tordesillas]

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The Netherlands' Economy

- The Netherlands is a highly industrialized, prosperous nation with an open, mixed economy that is one of the top ten richest nations in the world with the 17th largest economy in the world. Historically, the Dutch introduced and invented the stock market by a group of buyers and sellers of stocks by merchandise trading through a charter company established in 1602 called Dutch East India Company, which was an association formed by investors on shareholders for the purpose of trade, exploration, and colonization....   [tags: European nations, Holland]

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Canada and the Netherlands

- Though the events of the past certainly have a direct influence on the world today. The ardent relationship that lies between Canada and the Netherlands can be referenced to the pretentious days nearing the end of the Second World War. Where Canada had played a significant role as liberators in Holland during this misfortunate time. Canada had provided the Dutch Royal Family with a safe haven. Canadians fought battles through France, Belgium, the Scheldt, and Germany before being sent back to the Netherlands....   [tags: World History, Influence, World War II, Holland]

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Arabian Nights Hookah Lounge

- Hookah Lounge Analysis Name: Institution: Company Background Arabian Nights Hookah Lounge is based in Amsterdam, Holland. The Hookah Lounges has their origin in India, Middle East. It has since spread to the Egypt, Turkey, Canada, Holland, USA and hence the whole world. It’s the tradition of most of the South Asian countries to use these hookahs and they usually take it to advance their culture. The hookah lounges are also known as shisha bars in Great Britain and Canada. Worldwide, most of the hookahs are owned or rather operated by people of the Asian origin with most still offering the Middle Eastern cuisine menu products....   [tags: hookah, Amsterdam, Holland, Middle East, cuisine]

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Anne Frank: The Greatest Diarist in European History

- The name “Anne Frank” is synonymous with young hope, optimism, and prospects for a better life, even in times of peril and relentless evil. Although she only lived to be fifteen, Frank and her work are known and respected widely throughout the world for the humanistic light they shed on a time of such infamy and anguish. Born June 12th, 1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Anne Frank spent her early years living the life of any other girl her age in a middle-class Jewish-German family. However, the tranquility of the Frank family and 522,000 others’ in her same situation would soon be shattered by one of the most nefarious events in all of Europe’s history, the Holocaust....   [tags: Holocaust, WWII, Holland]

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The Dutch Criminal Justice System

- If the police bring the case to the public prosecutor, it is also authorized to issue a punishment order to the defendant instead of summoning him and bringing the case to court. this punishment order will gradually replace the consensual settlement penalty/transaction offered in the past by the public prosecutor to the defendant. The purpose of this is to reduce the number of offences that remain without punishment. A different procedure is issued if the case is classified as crime. The Dutch definition of crime includes violent crimes, like serious offences against life and serious offences against property....   [tags: comparative justice US-Holland]

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The Russian Revolution

- I once asked a friend what made Sitmar Cruises special and without missing a beat she replied, “They serve mixed nuts to the last night!” It was that high level of service which distinguished Sitmar among its competitors. Even now, almost thirty years after they merged into Princess Cruises, former passengers still talk of the attention to the small details that made Sitmar unique. Yet, despite its reputation for service and luxury, Sitmar’s origins were very different. Russian-born businessman Alexandre Vlasov, who had fled Odessa at the time of the Russian revolution, got his in the shipping business transporting coal from Poland to Turkey, Greece and Italy....   [tags: Ship, Cruise ship, Holland America Line]

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Bette Howland's Criticism of Henry James's Washington Square

- Bette Howland's Criticism of Henry James's Washington Square Bette Howland, in her criticism of Henry James's Washington Square, focuses on two different aspects of the story's development. She begins by impressing on the reader how Henry James himself viewed his creation and then plunges into the history behind the plot. In doing this, she describes how Henry James has used irony to make this story his own creation. Half way through the article she changes directions and shows how Washington Square is the forerunner of his other novels....   [tags: Henry James Washington Square]

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Strategic Leadership : The Essential Skills Article By Paul Schoemaker, Steve Krupp And Samantha Howland

- As the work environments grow more complex there is more required of a leader. In times of crisis a true leader must be able to resolve conflicts and maintain organizational growth. Leadership is not about just being in a position of authority, it is the ability to understand your employees and customers as well as understanding the market that the organization is in. As a leader I must be able to make tough decisions and always encourage employees to better themselves. On top of keeping a cool head while discovering the best methods to communicate, align common goals and learn from past errors....   [tags: Leadership, Skill, Learning, Decision making]

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A Welcome On Radio Live With Dylan Hawkings

- Broadcaster- Welcome to Radio Live with Dylan Hawkings. It is the 15th of April, 1951, Midday. Today we have two very controversial guests on our show. I’d like to give a big welcome to the Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Sidney George Holland. Broadcaster- A little background on Mr Holland, of course the prime minister of New Zealand, appointed prime minister in 1949, he was born at Greendale, Canterbury, on 18 October 1983. He was raised and educated in Canterbury and came from a political family with his father becoming mayor of Christchurch in 1912....   [tags: International trade, Export, Cold War, John Doe]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Ron Rash '

- One Tale Told by Many One Foot in Eden, written by Ron Rash, is essentially a combination of first person narratives. A book written from the first person perspective is able to incorporate emotion into the text a way that the third person perspective simply cannot. A first person narrative, however, is biased and limited to that person’s personal experience. Rash is inventive when he writes a book containing five person perspectives. In doing this the reader feels all the emotion associated with a first person perspective, receives multiple life experience stories, as well as the truth of events in relation to One Foot in Eden....   [tags: First-person narrative, Grammatical person]

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Children Are Cute And Early Childhood Education

- ‘Children are cute’ is one of the dominant constructions of children which has significantly influence the practices in early childhood education as well as the public attitude towards children. When the concept of ‘cute’ is embedded in the education and care, early childhood policy and curriculum can be questionable that require re-examine. Such as strict children’s knowledge in certain topics with the reason of they are too innocent to be involved or their voices are very likely to be ignored as they too cute to be respected....   [tags: Childhood, Early childhood education]

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Cultural Eutrophication And Its Effects On The Environment

- Human activities continue to increase the amounts of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus entering lakes and this may result in serious environmental and human health problems (Chen et al., 2015). Fossil fuel combustion, economic development, the use of pesticides and fertilizers, the increased demand for carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in human activities, and land-use changes all have a significant impact on transforming carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycles (Chen et al., 2015). These changes are bringing serious environmental threats such as global warming, biodiversity decline, air pollution, eutrophication and water quality deterioration (Chen et al., 2015)....   [tags: Soil, Water pollution, Lake, Eutrophication]

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Compensation and Benefit System Proposal

- Holland Enterprises is on a new strategic direction, to attract and retain the most talented employees and to reduce turn over. Human resource department has came up with a new compensation plan. In the propose compensation and benefits system plan , I will explain a new compensation plan for Holland Enterprises, also I will explain the components of the compensation and benefit system plan in order to attract and motivate employees to be productive . In order for the compensation and benefits system plan to be operational, the package should include a necessary level of compensations to fulfill basic needs, equity with the external labor market, equity within the organization (Henderson...   [tags: Business Proposal ]

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The Space Race to the Moon

- ... John H. Glenn Jr. became the first American in orbit. He orbited Earth three times in the Friendship 7. Consequently, the Soviets sent Valentina Tereshkova into space in 1963. She was the first woman in space, which was a very big accomplishment for women back then. She spent more than 70 hours in Vostok 6 orbiting around the Earth (Holland 115). The Soviets also had the first multiperson space mission with the Voskhod 1 in 1964. In 1965, Voskhod 2 had the first spacewalk. The Soviets were dominating the Space Race in every category against the Americans....   [tags: supremacy, cold war, soviet union]

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My Experience With A Canadian Individual

- As a Canadian individual in 2016 I have a very diverse family. My mother and father’s families are very different, but have both been involved in conflict. When discussing my family I will discuss my great grandparents and their experience with conflict in Europe. Furthermore I will talk about their values that have been passed on to me, how these values shaped my idea of conflict and how they shaped my idea of conflict resolution. My great Grandparents immigrated to Canada from Europe after WW2....   [tags: Family, Grandparent]

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The As A Tragic Hero

- Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, characterizes plays or stories where the main character is a tragic hero, who confronts his downfall due to fate, his mistake or any other social reason as tragedies. In the novel “One foot in Eden” novel, set in the 1950s in Jocassee, a town in South Carolina, Rash tells the story of a local military veteran who suddenly disappears and the people who are involved in the case. Rather than follow the basic fiction formula of moving the plot in a straight line, Rash repeatedly switches the narration to give the story more depth....   [tags: Tragic hero, Tragedy, Mother, Hamartia]

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Lewis Hyde’s Trickster Makes This World: An Appetite for Freedom and the Intelligence to Overcome

- ... The “Separatists” use their creative intelligence to escape the persecutions and hardships around them. They begin to weigh the reasons and causes for their need to search for a new start. In Holland, they endure “great labor and hard fare” (124) as Bradford states, that few are comfortable taking on. Those that do endure the hardships have begun to age before their time and will not be able to withstand battle against the Spaniards when the truce comes to an end. As Bradford states, “…so they like skillful and beaten soldiers were fearful either to be entrapped or surrounded by their enemies, so as they should neither be able to fight nor fly; and therefore thought it better to dislodge...   [tags: pilgrims, religious, hardships]

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The Legalization of Marihuana in the United States

- Drugs have been a taboo for many centuries in the United States due to its exotic nature. Most other countries have already legalized drug use or never banned it all. The United States could legalize drugs and bring in many benefits. During the last couple of years legalization has become a major topic throughout the country. Colorado and Washington have become the first to legalize marijuana and both have benefitted greatly from it. If the United States legalized the use of the drugs then the economy would grow, crime rate would fall, and people would be smarter about drug use....   [tags: benefits, history of marihuana]

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The Rise Of Globalism On The United Kingdom

- The rise of Globalism is coming to a halt. Citizens of countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Holland, and Germany are rising and starting to fight against their over-powering bureaucracies. These citizens are fighting against big government and it is happening all over. The silent majority are tired of the over-reaching bureaucracies and are showing their nationalist roots. They 're tired of liberal globalism and have risen to show it. The United States The fight against globalism was cut and dry in the United States this election year....   [tags: United Kingdom, United States, Germany]

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The Oldest Profession in the World

- The Oldest Profession in the World Barbara Holland defines prostitution as“…the oldest profession in the world and is the act or practice of engaging in sexual acts.” However, prostitution is not a new concept in current times; it has been around for centuries. Gerdes states that prostitution is the act of two adults entering a room, agreeing on a price, and having sex. Although this profession has grown rapidly throughout times, it is still illegal and costing the U.S. millions to fight. Prostitution creates a world full of crime and violence....   [tags: Sex Crimes]

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The Homosexual Image Of The Wilde Trials : Trying A Man And A Model

- The Homosexual Image in the Wilde Trials: Trying a Man and a Model For a modern audience, Oscar Wilde represents a quintessential example of homosexuality, especially among notable historical figures. However, this audience may not realize how much influence Wilde had over popular conceptions of homosexuality; in fact, many believe that Wilde’s trial in fact represented the birth of the popular homosexual image. If critics like Alan Sinfield and David Halperin are to be believed, the Wilde trials served as the crucible for the concept of the male homosexual....   [tags: Homosexuality, Sexual orientation]

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The Jazz Ensemble Of The Florence Kopleff Recital Hall

- On Wednesday, October 26, 2016, there was a combo jazz ensemble that performed at the Florence Kopleff Recital Hall. The jazz ensemble consisted of Josh Holland on trumpet, Andrew Venet on bass, J. Paul Whitehead on piano, and Ryan McDaniel on drums. The songs that they performed that night were; “Blue Bossa” by Joe Henderson, “My Funky Valentine” by Joshua Holland, “My One and Only Love” by Gut Wood, and “Jig-a-Jug” by Joshua Redman. Throughout the night, they played a combination of combo jazz and bossa nova....   [tags: Jazz, Music, Blues, Funk]

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HIV/AIDS Propelled the Study of Sexuality

- The HIV/AIDS panic propelled the study of sexuality into the sociological mainstream, framing young people’s sexual relationships as an important strategy for discovering information that might minimise risk of the disease. For feminist analyses, this research simultaneously drew attention to social constructions of heterosexuality (Jackson, 1999; Allen, 2003), underlining sexual attitudes and behaviours centrally concerned around issues of desire, pleasure and power, and the degree to which women can subvert or challenge it within heterosexual relations....   [tags: heterosexual, relationships, male]

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How Does Power Affect Moral Courage?

- ... The commander role for setting conditions fot the demonstration of moral courage should: First, he should act according to moral and ethical standars. Second, he always should claim for good cause in his organization. Third, the commander has to be smart and be finest when claiming for something. Forth, he should take in consideration with whom is he talking to. Fifth, he should know very well the kind of people that leads and his superiors attitude. Sixth, if subordinates exert the moral courage the commander should be ready to support them....   [tags: leader, military, courage]

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Family Origin And Specific Ancestors

- For this exercise we were asked to trace our family origin to specific ancestors as far back as we could. I am very fortunate to have all of my grandparents still living and who were able to tell me a little bit about their parents and grandparents. An interesting part of my heritage is that my own father was adopted from a German orphanage. Unfortunately, the only information that is known about his biological family is that they were from Germany. Most of the focus of my ancestry had to come from my maternal grandparents and what they shared with me....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Mother, Father]

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Application Of Three Career Development

- This paper will endeavor to discuss the premise, merits, and practical application of three career development theories in a comprehensive career development program to be implemented in a public school district. Holland’s Theory of Vocational Choice Holland’s Theory of Vocational Choice falls into the positivist category of career theories. The Theory of Vocational Choice is the best known and most widely researched career choice theory and is used by most career counselors. This theory can be easily summarized as, “Choosing a career that fits one’s personality type, has that person working with like-minded individuals, and is in a positive work environment will result in higher wor...   [tags: Personality psychology, Learning]

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Vattenfall: A Swedish State Owned Energy Company

- Vattenfall is a Swedish state owned energy company with 35,000 employees, with over 17,000 working in Germany. Together it produces heat and electricity from six energy sources: wind, hydro, biomass, nuclear, coal and gas. Throughout much of Europe, Vattenfall, has become a familiar name amongst many of the continents consumers. Vattenfall, which is Swedish for ‘waterfall’, has expanded into many countries including Finland, France, Germany, Poland, Holland and Britain, since 1992. Because of this ambitious expansion program, it has become one of the largest wind power operators in Britain and the third largest electricity producer in Germany....   [tags: business analysis]

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The Netherlands and World War II

- Throughout World War II the Netherlands was a place of oppression and starvation as more than 200,000 Dutch were killed. The German rule of Holland began in 1940 and ended in 1945. A few of the major events in this time period was the royal Dutch family being exiled, the hunger winter, the bombing of Rotterdam, Operation Market Garden, and the Dutch resistance. At the point when the Netherlands was attacked on May 10, 1940, the Dutch people were not ready for Nazi Occupation. For the Netherlands, the activities of the Nazis were inconceivable, because of their stance of neutrality since World War One....   [tags: dutch resistance, hanger, oppression]

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Puritans and the Puritan Church

- The Puritans were a group of Separatists that believed the Church of England still supported some Catholic Church policies. Puritans were radical leftists that acquired a charter from the Virginia Company in 1619. This time period was significant because Charles I was the king and dismissed Parliament. Charles I also sanctioned anti- Puritan persecutions, which caused the Puritans to be afraid for their lives and religion. The Puritans did not go to America for religious freedom, but for a place to practice their own religion....   [tags: religion, american history]

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Evaluation Of A Nursing Assessment

- Breathing is an activity of living that is essential in order for other activities of living to be achieved with ease. Individuals are not usually aware that they are breathing, and it should be effortless. When breathing becomes difficult, an assessment must be undertaken by a nurse in order to make a nursing diagnoses. Once the assessment is completed, interventions are put in place in order for the health issue to be corrected, and an evaluation is done to examine whether or not the interventions were successful....   [tags: Medicine, Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Pulse]

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Revolution of Music

- Music has continued to change throughout each decade, but the 1960s was the most influential decade in the history of music. Starting in the early 1950s, rock music was first introduced. Major record labels issued recordings of white singers performing renditions of songs previously released by African American singers (Rock and Roll). These renditions often altered the original lyrics to make them more appropriate. The most prominent star of the 1950s was Elvis Presley, the “King of rock n’ roll”....   [tags: Music]

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Hurricanes And Global Warming : How It Is Changing The Natural Climate Balance

- Hurricanes and Global Warming There is much controversy regarding this topic. Many claim that global warming is manmade and it is changing the natural climate balance. Others say it is a normal process of nature, which happens every hundred years in the history of the earth. According with Lariza Montero on her article “Anatomía de los Huracanes”, hurricanes are an enormous storm with extremely strong winds and swirling clouds that spin in spiral form with speeds from 75 to 200 mph. Its diameter is hundreds of kilometers and rotates in counter-clockwise direction around a vortex, or eye....   [tags: Tropical cyclone, Wind, Hurricane Katrina]

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What The Method Of Coaching Is A Type Of Typical Counseling

- The article opens up with an explanation as to what the method of coaching is. According to Holland, “life coaching”, as it is called, is considered to be a variant of typical counseling. Coaching is in its early stages (as of 2007), yet it is used in developments and processes that are designed to help individuals with aphasia live their lives to the fullest and improve their quality of life. The work of Goldsmith (an earlier mentioned practitioner) is the author’s main interest. Goldsmith’s approach involves what one may call a “Buddhist” way of thinking; meaning change is seen as a positive thing....   [tags: Psychology, Clinical psychology, Coaching]

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The Collapse of the Westgate Bridge, Located in Melbourne, Australia

- ... II. HISTORY The first time that a bridge was considered to cross the Yarra River was as early as 1957 to replace the Williamstown ferry service. Between then and 1961, there was lots of discussion, up until the Lower Yarra Crossing Company was founded. Discussions with the government about a new bridge across the Yarra River were held, but not much was agreed upon, until 1965, the Lower Yarra Crossing Company went bankrupt, and thus emerged the Lower Yarra Crossing Authority, whom in 1967 entered into an agreement with Melbourne based Maunsell & Partners, as well as London based Freeman Fox & Partners to be joint consulting engineers....   [tags: poor communication, engineering]

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Young People’s Views of Lowering the Age of Consent

- ... Research Question and Hypothesis The research is going to finding young people’s attitude to the reduction of the age of consent. Thus the question is whether they would change attitude and be stimulated to have earlier sexual activities or not, if the boundary reduces. The hypothesis is lowering the age of consent has ‘negative moral message’ to teenagers. Research Methods Methodology It is hard to measure the attitude changing precisely in the research within the positivism thought. An easier way to grasp this changing is though observing teenagers’ subjecting expression and understanding to the issue....   [tags: sexual attitudes, ethics, prohibition]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The Night '

- After reading One Foot in Eden, the audience can see that it is a type of crime novel with multiple views of the crime with different suspects and motives to a murder. The book takes place in the South East region of the United States in Jocassee, South Carolina which is located in the Appalachia region. The book is written in the first person narrative with different perspectives where the audience is able to see where every character was and what they were doing in the book at the time of the crime and what the characters ' feelings were toward the crime....   [tags: First-person narrative, Narrative]

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Revolution of music in the 1960s

- Revolution of Music Music has continued to change throughout each decade, but the 1960s was the most influential decade in the history of music. Starting in the early 1950s, rock music was first introduced. Major record labels were releasing new “cover songs” which were originally made by black artist, but now by white artist (Rock and Roll). These cover songs changed a few lyrics from the original songs to avoid copyright issues and to also make the song more appropriate for the white listeners....   [tags: Music, American History]

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Marijuana Should Be Legalized and Regulated

- Should U.S Federal Government legalize marijuana and let the States choose their own path. A progressive thinker and realist would say yes. Cannabis possession and use, both recreational and medical, need to be legalized by Federal Government. It has to allow the States to decide whether they want it or not. Much of the modern marijuana problem happened after it was prohibited in 1937. Before that date, a few people used marijuana for recreation. Federal Government considers marijuana a Schedule 1 drug, which means that it has no medical uses and high risks of abuse....   [tags: United States, Federal Government, Drugs, Weed]

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The Dutch in World War Two

- Throughout World War II thе Nеthеrlands was a placе of opprеssion and starvation as morе than 200,000 Dutch wеrе killеd. Thе Gеrman rulе of Holland bеgan in 1940 and еndеd in 1945. A fеw of thе major еvеnts in this timе pеriod was thе royal Dutch family bеing еxilеd, thе Hungеr Wintеr, thе bombing of Rottеrdam, Opеration Markеt Gardеn, and thе Dutch rеsistancе. At thе point whеn thе Nеthеrlands was attackеd on May 10, 1940, thе Dutch pеoplе wеrе not rеady for Nazi Occupation. For thе Nеthеrlands, thе activitiеs of thе Nazis wеrе inconcеivablе, bеcausе of thеir stancе of nеutrality sincе bеforе World War Onе....   [tags: hitler, nazi, jews]

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Which is Witch?

- The novel, “One Foot in Eden” by Ron Rash, is an extravagant story that takes the reader into a tail of desperation, forgiveness and the inevitable change that comes with time. The novel is written in first person by four different novel characters who include: The High Sheriff Alexander, Deputy Bobby, Billy Holcombe, and his wife, Amy. The High Sheriff is looking for Holland Winchester, who is known as a local ruffian and war hero. The Sheriff soon learns from Holland’s mother that he had been having an affair with Amy Holcombe prior to his disappearance....   [tags: Character Analysis, Ron Rash]

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Stem Cell Debate

- Embryonic stem cell research is a sensitive and highly debated topic. There are many advantages from researching this technology since it will beneficial to many people. In this essay, I will explain embryonic stem cells concept, and importance of utilizing it in medical development. Moreover, I will show the flaws in the arguments of those opposing use of stem cell. The county will fall behind that are utilizing this development if there is no logical conclusion to this important issue. The human body has more than 200 different types of cells....   [tags: embryonic cell, medical research]

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Case Study Of Carnival Corporation

- Case Study Of Carnival Corporation The history of the Carnival Corporation begins in 1972, when Ted Arison set up Carnival Cruise Lines as a subsidiary of the American International Travel Service. The first ship ran aground, but Arison remained steadfast in achieving his vision of a cruise line offering affordable vacation packages to middle-income consumers. By 1977, Carnival had three ships, and ten years later, as the industry leader, the company went public. In the early 1990s, Carnival began to diversify into land-based entertainment, thus changing its name to Carnival Corp....   [tags: Business Marketing management Essays]

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Biography of Audrey Hepburn

- BACKGROUND Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993) considered a fashion icon, gifted actress and a natural beauty. She had a difficult childhood, which culminated in her parents’ divorce. According to her son, Audrey’s abandonment by her father was a wound that never healed. It led her to unhealthy marriages that resulted in divorce. Due to family tension and possibly her extreme introverted nature, at the age of six she was sent to a boarding school in London. There, she is believed to have become more outgoing, which would be necessary for her future career....   [tags: Fashion Icon, Folk Dance]

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Contemporary and Historical Portraiture

- Portraiture is the category in which an artist’s objective is to portray, realistically, one or more people in a painting, photograph or sculpture. This is not necessarily restricted to appearance as an artist can also show the mood and character of the sitter. They can also be used to portray qualities such as wealth, beauty or power. Portraits date back as far as ancient Egypt and remain one of the most popular categories to date. I will be looking at both a contemporary and a historical portraiture artist to explore and compare their style, influence and how they have chosen to express their subjects....   [tags: van gogh, picasso]

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Women's Representation in Newspapers

- Representation is the way people or events are portrayed in the various media outlets through the use of linguistic devices, the choice of vocabulary, often with the accompanying images. Frequently, the representation relies on the use of stereotypes and cultural bias. The language used in news stories can be used to represent particular groups or cultures which conform to the existing stereotypes – it is a powerful tool by which the attitudes can be constructed, promoted or challenged. People in the news are defined by their gender, race, age, sexuality or religion and therefore can be exposed to discrimination on these grounds....   [tags: Women in the Media]

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Dutch Republic

- The Dutch Republic in 1650, being a formidable commercial, financial, and naval power at the time, faced many imperialistic challenges which led to the end of its golden age by the year 1713. The security of the Dutch Republic was consistently being challenged with wars because of weak military capabilities among the merchants, and this was viewed by the Dutch as a sign of an impending set of military conflicts and to foreign nations as a way to win over the republic. The wealthiest of the provinces, being Holland at the time, led to rivalries and jealous unequal provinces that all viewed Holland as a threat and also fought to get ahead of each other....   [tags: Dutch Economy, History]

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Slavery, Colonialism And Under Development

- Slavery, Colonialism and “Under-Development” The current political and economic morass of underdeveloped nations cannot be analyzed in a vacuum. As we discussed last week, some countries and regions have greatly benefited from their geographical advantages, which essentially served as a propeller for rapid development. Underdeveloped countries however have long struggled to catch up and their progress have been greatly hindered by the heavy historical baggage left by exogenous groups. Though many, have touted the positive effects of colonialism, this week’s readings explore the role played by both colonialism and slavery in the former colonies’ underdevelopment....   [tags: Slavery, Africa, Colonialism]

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The Role Of Literacy On Social Change And Identity Formation : Annotated Bibliography

- The Role of Literacy in Social Change and Identity Formation: Annotated Bibliography Bartlett, L. (2005). Identity work and cultural artefacts in literacy learning and use: A sociocultural analysis. Language and Education,19(1), 1-9. Retrieved from http://proxying.lib.ncsu.edu/index.php?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=cms&AN=16564841&site=ehost-live&scope=site The research was completed in 2005 by Lesley Bartlett who is a professor in Columbia University, she contends that people are using cultural artefacts to form their identities....   [tags: Sociology, Literacy, Social movement]

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School Counselors : The Oldest Sibling And Lives With Her Single Parent Mother

- Taneka, a 17-year-old, African American female, is a junior in high school. She is the oldest sibling and lives with her single-parent mother. As the oldest child, Taneka has provided a lot of support for her younger siblings building her natural leadership skills. Taneka currently has a part-time job as a salesperson at the mall and became aware of her good people skills because of this job. Her supervisor approached her to see if she would join the company’s employee leadership training program....   [tags: Personality psychology, Decision making]

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Application Of Core Self Evaluations And The Personality Job Fit Theory

- This thread will discuss and analyze the business problem of job dissatisfaction through the application of Core Self-Evaluations and the personality-job fit theory. This work will also offer a spiritual and biblical examination of job dissatisfaction as they relate to the biblical principle of Covenant. Two key elements of Covenant, hesed and mutual accountability will also be examined. Job Dissatisfaction The problem of job dissatisfaction is a global workplace issue. Although Americans are happier in their jobs, satisfaction in the United States is declining due to downsizing and overburdening....   [tags: Employment, Job satisfaction, Management]

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Management Decision Regarding the Legal Form of Business

- Abstract After inventing a safer, more user friendly and superior quality household device a firm will be formed to manufacture and distribute my invention. Consideration will be given to the main three legal forms of business in order to make a management decision on which would best suit the needs and limitations of the product and inventor. Limited funds and knowhow are just a sample of the challenges facing the new firm. After comparing the forms of business and all the negative and positive components and the management decision is made, a business plan will start to be developed....   [tags: Business Management]

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The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

- The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers [ICANN] is a nonprofit corporation formed in 1998 to take over the operations of the Internet from the United States government. The main duty of ICANN is to manage and control the domain name system [DNS] which is the main basis for the Internet. ICANN is also responsible for the technical operations of the Internet, the creation of innovative ideas for the Internet and also provides stability for the operations of the Internet. The governance and control of the Internet by ICANN has been a controversial issue mainly because of the United States' influence on ICANN and the way it influences the decisions made by ICANN....   [tags: Internet, ICANN]

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The Kyoto Protocol - Success, Challenges And Failures

- “The Kyoto Protocol – Success, Challenges and Failures” Kyoto - international agreement Global warming is the phenomenon where excess carbon dioxide acts as a blanket to trap heat and warm the planet. Human activities, such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation, are major causes of global warming (UCSUSA). Since the 1950s, there has been an observed steady increase in atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration that is primarily caused by human activity (Holland 2015). As part of the international community’s attempts to address the universal problem of global warming, governments agreed on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which was a major outcome of the Earth S...   [tags: Global warming, Kyoto Protocol]

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Summary Of ' Grandma ' The Voyager '

- Grandma, The Voyager At the young age of 10, a young Dutch girl with insanely black, curly, hair sailed the sea on a big ship from Holland to the United States. Kissing the fields of tulips and windmills goodbye, she said hello to the land of the free. Wearing her wool skirt and a light cotton top, she endured the long trek on the ship with her large family of seven. One can assume the trip came with a great deal of memories. Those memories like seasickness, insomnia, but most importantly the jittery feeling that is expected to come about when waiting to arrive at an unfamiliar place....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, An American Family]

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Identity is in Flux Because of Environment

- 1) Identity refers to how one conceptualizes oneself in some form of social context, and is usually considered as a personal attribute in sociological and psychological research. However, one’s identity of self is dynamically mediated by their environment and is constantly in flux. Who someone is and who they want to become are affected by the availability of resources and opportunity in their environment, the expectations of others, and the social, cultural, and historical contexts in which they seek to identify themselves (Holland et al....   [tags: social, science, academics]

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The Key to Great Sex is Communication

- ... Schools and media teach Americans that sex is mystified, taboo, and shameful. By imposing negative characteristics on sex and its discourse, Americans disconnect themselves from their sexuality, limiting their capabilities with communicating about sex with one another, and therefore hampering their ability to enjoy their sexuality. At the dawn of his adolescent years, the American teenager can expect to participate in sexual education classes in his school. Now is the time, he tells himself—many questions about the unknown practice of sex have weighed heavily on the mind of this hormone-fueled teenager....   [tags: magazine, sex education]

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A Brief Biography of John Locke

- John Locke a famous political philosopher left his mark in history through his writings, his political philosophy, and his studies of knowledge, understanding and education. Locke well educated received some of his education at Westminster in London, moving onto earn his Masters of Arts in 1658. Locke studied logic, metaphysics and old languages. (Biography Channel, 2013) Locke’s studies in logic and understanding apparent in his writings throughout his lifetime. Locke’s political philosophy took root in Europe....   [tags: political philosophers]

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The Side Of The Bully Breed

- “To me he is a friend, a loyal companion that never leaves my side, a lovable pooch that forgives without remorse, and a gullible pup that chases after every stick, but to society, he is a criminal, an awful animal with a bad reputation, a cruel creature bred to attack without shame, and a serious threat to the safety of the community” (Villegas, 2012) Pitbulls are often feared in communities because of general misconceptions such as being aggressive, non intelligent, and non family oriented pets; but recent studies proved both facts wrong showing the softer side of the bully breed....   [tags: Pit Bull, American Pit Bull Terrier]

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