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Links Balancing Angels in America

- Links Balancing Angels in America “When MILLENNIUM APPROACHES, Part One of ANGELS IN AMERICA, opened on Broadway in 1993, Tony Kushner was hailed as the savior of serious American theater” (Gainor, Garner, and Puchner1459). When Kushner wrote Part One of this Gay Fantasia he brought together many themes and issues of the 1980s, the time period this play takes place. Such themes and issues include AIDS, homosexuality, religion, and politics. With every play written a balance must be kept and so Kushner wrote this work with precision....   [tags: Theater Review, Tony Kushner]

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The Interior Castle By Jean Stafford Links

- How is someone supposed to convey a normal state of mind when pain is encompassing his or her being. Experiences of pain are very common in the healthcare system, yet there are still gaps in distinguishing between the different types of pain that people experience. In addition, pain is physical, emotional, spiritual, and in some instances a combination of them all. Throughout literature, pain is represented and treated in various ways by conveying a patient’s experience and interpreting the meaning of pain and how it can shape an individual....   [tags: Suffering, Emotion, Pain, Psychological pain]

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The links between social class and educational achievement

- The links between social class and educational achievement There have been many theories about social class and educational achievement and this essay will concentrate on the conflict theory and the functionalist theory. This essay will examine the links between class and achievement. It will describe and critically analyse the different sociological theories on education relating to class, and apply these theories to educational experiences, structure and practices. The different perspectives will be used to analyse inequality in relation to different social classes in the UK....   [tags: Education, Functionalist Theory]

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Understanding The Links Between Play And Children 's Development

- Understand the links between play and children’s development Why is play important. All children play and it is something that most children do because they are having fun, but without realising children are developing and learning skills when they are engaged in play. Play helps stimulate the mind as it is practical and gives children the chance to explore and experience new situations. It can also ensure that children get to think by themselves and be spontaneous as they control their own play....   [tags: Play, Learning, Developmental psychology]

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Links Between Stock Markets and Economic Growth

- Townsend’s (1979) study was motivated in part by questions of optimal regulation of financial institutions such as intermediaries, and it suggests a simple theory of intermediation and avoid the difficulties associated with non-convex technologies using a game theoretic approach “non-cooperative game theoretic model”, and it is described in which exchange is motivated by risk sharing considerations. Through liberalization of interest rates and other restrictive; equity markets may improve allocation efficiency....   [tags: Economics ]

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Discovering Further Links between Language and Music

- ... As the term “pairwise” suggests, the nPVI takes the length between each pair of adjacent events in time, and calculates how much variability there is among the various duration of vowels compared to the average duration over the entire series of events. The main strength of the nPVI measure lies in the fact that it is a relative measure of events that take place over time, allowing one to take an nPVI value for both music and language and selectively measure the variability of speech rhythm and musical rhythm within the same framework....   [tags: articles by Dr. Aniruddh Patel]

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Links in Virtual Space

- Links in Virtual Space Imagine a virtual community of more than 2.7 million residents. Individuals are almost always up-to-date on what their friends are up to and often converse with them on a daily basis, even if they live halfway across the world. They often meet others through mutual acquaintances or shared interests and can develop fast friendships. Communication is quick and easy; within minutes, one can publicize an event, engage in a debate, or publish a piece of writing, all without leaving the house....   [tags: Internet Web Cyberspace Papers]

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SEO Resolutions to Kick-Start the New Year

- We are counting the last days of the year, as I pen down this essay. The New Year is just around the corners and along with it we can expect a new set of SEO rules as well. So, what are the things, which you should keep in mind while we welcome the New Year as an SEO expert. This article would be taking into account few resolutions, which will help you to get ready for the New Year. Resolution 1: Learning the new things to come beforehand SEO has always been a tricky business. The moment you are thinking you are in a comfortable situation, your castle in the sand gets swept away by a barrage of different SEO rules implemented by the omnipresent Google....   [tags: habit, social, links]

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The Links Between Environmental Ethics and Sciences

- The Links Between Environmental Ethics and Sciences Ecologists formulate their scientific theories influenced by ethical values, and in turn, environmental ethicists value nature based on scientific theories. Darwinian evolutionary theory provides clear examples of these complex links, illustrating how these reciprocal relationships do not constitute a closed system, but are undetermined and open to the influences of two broader worlds: the sociocultural and the natural environment. On the one hand, the Darwinian conception of a common evolutionary origin and ecological connectedness has promoted a respect for all forms of life....   [tags: Nature Society Living Papers]

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Social Disorganization Theory Links Crime Rates Neighborhood Ecological Characteristics

- Social Disorganization Theory Social disorganization theory links crime rates neighborhood ecological characteristics perspective that explains ecological differences in levels of crime based on structural and cultural factors shaping the nature of the social order across communities, but where the fabric of social life because frayed and torn are unable to provide essential services to their residents, education health to care, because of the absence of self-regulatory mechanisms, which in turn are due to the impact of structural factors on social interactions or the presence of delinquent subcultures....   [tags: Sociology, Criminology, Crime, Social structure]

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Disabled Women And Domestic Violence : Making The Links, A National Uk Study

- ABSTRACT #1 Brittney K. Salinas Domestic Violence Hague, G., Thiara, R., & Mullender, A. (2011). Disabled women and domestic violence: making the links, a national UK study. Psychiatry, Psychology & Law, 18(1), 117-136. The authors of this article associated the comparisons between women with a particular disability and those women who have experienced domestic violence in their lives. They were able to gather enough information to support their claim that focused on the depth of the number of women affected from their experiences among violence and abuse....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

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The Links Between Diet and Coronary Heart Disease

- The Links Between Diet and Coronary Heart Disease Coronary heart disease is a disease of the arteries that causes damage to, or malfunction of, the heart. It is the biggest killer in Britain and is also the most expensive illness in the country. When atherosclerosis - the accumulation of fatty material, calcium and plaque (which is like a firm shell with a soft inner core containing cholesterol and as blood hits it, the plaque may crack open and expose its inner cholesterol core, which promotes blood clotting) in artery walls - occurs in the lining of the coronary arteries they become narrow, restricting the flow of blood....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Ecofeminism- Links the domination of women and the domination of nature.

- Expanding Feminist Activism Ecological Feminism: local/global activism Ecofeminism- Links the domination of women and the domination of nature. Ecofeminism places importance on our connection as people of one earth and also recognizes how women have been, historically in the capitalist patriarchy, labeled as subordinate in relation to the dominating body. The environment falls into this subordinate category because it continues to be pressed and used to benefit the man machine. It may be hard for participants in the capitalist system to open their eyes and accept an ecofeminist stance when the realms of ecology and capitalism are held in opposition....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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The Links between Drugs and Crime and What Can Be Done towards Drug-Related Crimes?

- What are the links between drugs and crime and what can be done towards drug-related crimes. Drug culture has always been a key debate within sociology and has become even more integral as Drug Culture increases ever more in modern day, Western societies. It is estimated that in the U.K and Wales over twelve million people have consumed some kind of illicit drug with 5 million having admitting to using a Class A drug. These statistics seem startling for some and many link this to increasing crime statistics within certain inner city areas where both drug use, and drug related crimes are high and on the increase Although, there is a start of a change in attitude towards ideas related to the...   [tags: tripartite framework, subterranean play]

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How Sor Juana Defended Women 's Right And Links Female Suffering With The Acquisition Of Knowledge

- The author of this article aims to show how Sor Juana defended women’s right and links female suffering with the acquisition of knowledge. At the same time, the author also redefines female body, which is always excluded power structures. Apart from this, Krik discusses how Sor Juana uses references from Katherine of Alexandria and Lucretia in her works, since they are emblems of the female knowledge and defended their dignity as women in Antiquity. To begin with, the structure of Kirk’s article could be divided into three parts....   [tags: Suffering, Pain, Roman Republic, Psychology]

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The Links from Gaming and Violence

- ... “AO” is for adult only or 21 and older Most video games of this rating are banned in most countries including the United States and can only be found by bootleg (illegal download). They use intense violence, intense language, use of illegal drugs and nudity. (esrb.org) If you take a look on the back of the game box to get all the details of what's in the video game and what its rated. Many tests have been made and done to try to explain the effects video games have on the human brain along with other parts of the body it can affect....   [tags: commits, blame, language, rated, intense]

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The Links Between Child Abuse and Psychological, Emotional, Behavioral, and Interpersonal Disorders

- Abuse of children has become a major social problem and a main cause of many people's suffering and personal problems. Neglect, physical abuse, and sexual abuse have an immediate and long-term effects on a child's development. The long-term effects of abuse and neglect of a child can be seen in psychiatric disorders, increased rates of substance abuse, and relationship difficulties. Child abuse and neglect is a huge problem. Parents who abuse are people who have been abused and neglected themselves as children(Long Term Consequences)....   [tags: Violence Children Abuse Essays]

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The Links between Education and Child Labor

- As Indian economist and Nobel laureate Sen Amartya has pointed out, “…the freedom to go to school is being decreased not only by the weakness in their school systems, but also by the fact that the children (and their parents) do not have a choice” (Bark 33). This quote points out how many children are being affected by family situations which forced them to work and unable to attend school. When the family is suffering from poverty, children and their parents do not have any choice except allowing their children to work and contribute to the family’s income....   [tags: statistics in Peru]

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Critical Thinking and its Links to Success

- Introduction With the development of human society, we have stepped in to the information age, leading the cost of decision-making significant increased. This special age has focused attention on good thinking as an important element of life success (Huitt, 1995; Thomas & Smoot, 1994). This report will provide an overall description of what critical thinking is, and explain what it means for students to do critical thinking. Overall description of critical thinking The definition of critical thinking has changed somehow over the past few decades....   [tags: analysis, business, problem solving]

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The Links Between Diet And Cancer

- The Link Between Diet and Cancer Every year, 1.2 million people are diagnosed with cancer and more than 500,000 people die from the disease. According to the National Cancer Institute, over 30% of these deaths can be attributed to diet. This means that the average person can greatly lower his risk of getting cancer simply by changing his diet. There is, of course, no guarantee against cancer, but the lifestyle choices that we make now can have a huge impact on our lives in the future. (http://www.aicr.org/expert1.htm) What diet factors increase my risk of cancer....   [tags: Research Science Essays]

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The Links Between Ipod Uses and Premature Hearing Loss

- In science class we are learning about the anatomy of the ear and how sound is processed. Then the topic popped up about Ipods linking to premature hearing loss. How often do you listen to music using earbuds or speakers at high sound levels. Did you know that just one time could ruin your hearing. According to the Journal of Pediatrics, “12.5 percent of kids between the ages of 6 and 19 suffer from loss of hearing as a result of using ear phones/buds turned to a high volume.” 31% of the children have and mp3 player or an Ipods to listen to music on....   [tags: vibration, decibel, ears]

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Whiskey 601's Links to the Cold War

- ... Yet they were consistently punishing. On a good day, she was grumpy. On any other day, she was angry. To a Canadian Navy sailor, there was absolutely no exotic allure to Whiskey 601. In sailor circles, the location is only noteworthy for its high rolling waves. At Whiskey 601, the giant swells are omnipresent and everlasting, and when you are trapped on a navy ship the situation is inescapable. Whiskey-601 was a seasick sailor's nightmare. In navy circles, even the strongest-stomached seamen would groan when they would be told that the ship was headed for “Whiskey”....   [tags: navy, soviets, attacks]

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The Pros and Cons of Mining User Data to Provide Personalized Recommendations

- Consumers today have high standards for determining what products meet their specific needs. As such, a satisfactory shopping experience is defined as one where consumers can quickly find what they’re looking for. Electronic commerce, or e-commerce for short, has addressed these high standards, allowing consumers to input search terms to narrow down an online retailer’s inventory to the item they’re looking for, and subsequently place orders from the comfort of their own home. However, online retailers must be quick in matching consumers with the products they want; if the customer feels that their search isn’t going well, they will simply leave the online retailer to complet...   [tags: Personalized Links Recommendations]

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Becoming A Link For Children With Learning Disabilities

- As I stepped into the class for the first day, many emotions went through my head. I was excited and nervous for something new. In my senior year, I had the choice to take many different classes, but when links came to my mind, I thought it would be a fun way to spend my year. In the start of links, I would have never thought it would have such a great impact on me as a person. Becoming a link can be very beneficial and allow you to help someone else with a learning disability. Links is a program offered in countless amounts of schools to help kids with learning disabilities....   [tags: High school, Academic term]

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Composite and Mutual Link Prediction using SVM in Social Networks

- A B S T R A C T Link prediction is a key technique in many applications in social networks; where potential links between entities need to be predicted. Typical link prediction techniques deal with either uniform entities, i.e., company to company, applicant to applicant links, or non-mutual relationships, e.g., company to applicant links. However, there is a challenging problem of link prediction among the composite entities and mutual links; such as accurate prediction of matches on company dataset, jobs or workers on employment websites, where the links are mutually determined by both entities that composite entity belong to disjoint groups....   [tags: Link Prediction]

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What's Search Engine Optimization

- SEO “SEO is short for search engine optimization or search engine optimizer.”[8] “Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine's natural or organic search results.”[7] On the query of the users, lists of results are obtained. Out of these results, the website with the highest rank is displayed on the top. The users can search for a particular document on the World Wide Web and the search engine enables the users to do it....   [tags: browsing techniques, web sites, URL]

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Performance Enhancement of Power Varied Adhoc Routing

- Connected devices have become a trend, with every devices from your home to your vehicle forming a highly connected environment. Internet of Things (IoT) [1] is a newly coined term allowing any device to form a network. The process becomes a bit complex when the nodes are in constant motion called MANETs [2], such a network will have nodes coming in and leaving in a short time. This requires a routing protocol that can find a path from source to destination with links that will exist till at least the final transmission [3][[4]....   [tags: link duration, routing, nodes, cluster]

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Implementation Of Navigation Of Web Sites

- Discuss usability and maintainability in terms of navigation of Web sites. Any user that ventures unto a specific website seeks explicit information, and if that user is unable to find said information, that user is more likely to leave the site and find a site more accommodating to his/her needs. It is the function of the navigation menu to aid users in locating what material is being sought. According to Eccher (2015, p.70), usability and maintainability are two important concerns when creating the navigation menus of a website and that the menu is a key element of effective website design (Eccher, 2015, p....   [tags: World Wide Web, Web page, Website, Web design]

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A Brief History of Google

-   1. Introduction Google is the most popular search engine used all over the world. Every month there are more than a billion searches conducted on Google. What makes Google so popular. The brain behind Google is its ranking algorithm. Every search engine provides essentially the same function, but this was not the case when the World Wide Web was originally created. The founders of Google created pagerank which set it apart from all other search engines. Google uses keywords and links from other pages to help sort the relevance of webpages on the WWW and determine if they are useful to the contents of the search....   [tags: search engine, origin, webcrawlers]

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Virtual Networks in a Network Vitualization Environment

- Each virtual network in a network virtualization environment is a collection of virtual nodes and virtual links. Essentially, a virtual network is subset of underlying physical network resources. Network virtualization proposes decoupling of functionalities in a networking environment by separating the role of traditional ISPs into InP’s (Infrastructure Providers) who manages the physical infrastructure and SP’s (Service Providers) who creates virtual networks by aggregating resources from multiple InP’s and offers end-to-end network services....   [tags: data traffic engineering and managing techniques]

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Police Departments And Public Services

- In today’s society, the goal for most law enforcement agencies is to improve their public service to their communities. Criminal justice agencies need to ensure that they provide the best advertisement of their agency and to help enlist public support for their officers and communities. There are many ways that this can happen. In the 1920s and 1930s, police departments had to inform the public of concerning issues such as wanted felons, job recruiting, missing persons, and crime sprees by putting up a wanted sign or a recruitment flyer to get their attention....   [tags: Police, Crime, Social media, Law enforcement]

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Web Critoque: Hostile Alliances and Armaments Races Before and During the First World War

- Introduction In years leading up to the First World War, countries and regions formed alliances for conveniences. These alliances were used to repel enemy combatants and create a hostile perception to any group that might think of attacking their regions. Nonetheless, these alliances of convenience turned against one another during war time. Hostile Alliances & Armaments Races It is notable that several years leading up to the First World War, countries in the European region formed strategic alliances....   [tags: power, military, history]

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The Aesthetic Quality Of Tempe Elementary School District 's Website Design

- While the aesthetic quality of Tempe Elementary School District’s website design is similar to Clayton schools in that the homepage is colorful with a vibrant red, white, and blue color scheme and utilizes a banner of large graphics, making it look professional and clean, that is the only similarity I found. Overall, this website received 22 points out of a total of 30 points for quality of design. Navigation from page to page is easy, but the pages are somewhat long and consist of small print. Each linked page uses images and thumbnail graphics sparsely....   [tags: Web page, World Wide Web, High school]

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Monitoring the Credibility and Content of Web Pages

- ... 6. Comparability with related sources: The website should provide relevant content on the lines of content in other popular websites on the same topic. 7. Software/Hardware/Multimedia requirements: The website should be evaluated on the basis of the ease of usage of the website with not much requirements of specific software/hardware/multimedia for such a site. In this article I have selected the website www.chadd.org for evaluation. This site provides information about Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit Disorder (CHADD) which is a nationalized non-profit organization established to educate, encourage and support people having ADHD....   [tags: websites, url]

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Racial Segregation And The Criminal Justice System

- The website is very easy to use with tabs across the top with options such as Know Your Rights, Defending Your Rights, Blog, and others. Below in the Racial Justice section is a paragraph labeled “What’s at Stake” It talks mostly about how students of color are racially isolated and how the criminal justice system disproportionally targets them. To the right of that is a “What You Need to Know” box with a few statistics laid out about racial issues. There are also blogs, videos, court cases, and press releases you can view on the subject of racial discrimination in the criminal justice system....   [tags: Criminal justice, Crime, Police]

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Using the Google Search Engine

- Using the Google Search Engine find two internet sites that provide internet resources for the study of Australian Literature. -http://www.middlemiss.org/lit/lit.html -http://home.vicnet.net.au/~ozlit/ ii. Write a detailed summary in no more than 600 words of what kind of information and services the sites provide. Give examples as necessary. The first of the two websites that I looked at was www.middlemiss.org/lit/lit.html, it is constructed by Perry Middlemiss who is a lover of books, and who wishes to pay credit to those 'forgotten' Australian writers on the Web....   [tags: Computer Science]

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Yale Library Website Evaluation

- The Yale University library is made up of twenty different buildings on campus. These building are designated for specific schools and subjects. Such as the Cushing/Whitney medical library and the Lillian Goldman law library. Each school provides subject specific services to their students and differs from other libraries on campus in policy and layout. Despite the differences between libraries they all share the same library homepage. The Yale University Library site brings all the libraries and buildings together for the ease of the user....   [tags: Yale University Library, Campus]

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Family Court Decision Regarding A Return Order For Children Act 2004 ( The Act )

- I. Claim Dan wishes to appeal the Family Court decision regarding a return order of his children under the Hague Convention and the Care of Children Act 2004 (The Act). This opinion advises Dan as to whether he will succeed in his appeal of two issues that were answered in the negative by the Judge Brown. These are: A. Has the habitual residence of the children changed from the United States to New Zealand. B. Should Chuck’s views be given sufficient weight to prevent a return order. II. Issue A A. Law To obtain an order under the Act, the applicant must satisfy the court that the child was habitually resident in the contracting state immediately before the wrongful retention or removal....   [tags: Court, Appeal, High Court of Justice, Law]

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The University of Arizona Special Collections Website

- The website for a repository is often the first, and sometimes only, interaction a potential user will have with the institution and the collections. It is important to make this exchange a positive one for the user by ensuring the site is easy-to-use and provides plenty of information both about the repository’s rules and services, as well as the collections and events connected to them. This paper will analyze the online portal for the University of Arizona Special Collections to determine whether it succeeds in meeting these necessary criteria and providing an engaging experience for their community of users....   [tags: Layout and Analysis]

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How to Imrprove Website Google Pagerank

- Now a day it’s very hot debate that “how to improve website Google pagerank”. As you know that we haven’t seen any update from Google since February 2013 but just two days before (5 December 2013) Google updates Page Rank toolbar. Lot of bloggers saying that there is no progress in their blog pagerank. If you want to improve your pagerank, then first of all you need to understand the pagerank and what essentials to improve website Google pagerank. Website Google Pagerank How to Improve Website Google Pagerank Before going to discuss that how to improve pagerank, let me simplify you what is Google pagerank actually....   [tags: pagerank, blogm advertising]

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Common Software Testing Methodologies

- ... The functionality testing uses following strategy to check if the web application is functionally correct or not • Test the working of all the links on a web page • Test all the database connection are established and release properly • Test if the forms used for capturing the user information are properly accepting the data and is able to submit it without any loss, to the backend systems • Test the cookies for web application are setting properly Testing all the links in a web page As part of testing links in the web site, following are general test which can be done • Testing the outgoing links from all the pages • Testing all the internal links between pages • Testing links which po...   [tags: web applications, changes, security]

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The Analysis : Wireframe Rational. Layout Elements I Made Within The Wireframe

- Wireframe Rational Layout The choices with the layout elements I made within the wireframe are simple but effective for swift navigation throughout prevent any delays along with captivating the user as the website will have an interesting colour scheme relating to binding with the purpose of compelling the user to interact. It is noticeable the sidebar is missing, this is ideal to free up space as there was only a miniature amount of information that could be placed in the sidebar area with the possibility of moving onto another page to prioritise business information, give a crisp display and a modern perspective....   [tags: World Wide Web, Web page, Website, Web design]

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Cool Careers for Girls and Career Ideas for Kinds

- ... This means that this book focuses on both genders not just one gender. Also out of my chosen book boys and girl may benefit because it has experience from both genders about their careers and shows their interests in the career. Such as” I had no idea could get paid to do research.” Reeves, 69 This shows that women have a job in computers too, not just men. Also “Next Matthews found the Mac and fell in love with it.” Reeves, 62 This shows that men have a job in computer. So this book is better because of focusing on both genders....   [tags: computer science, silicon valley]

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List Of Information Listed On The Ncjrs Homepage

- What are the categories of information listed on the NCJRS homepage. There are multiple categories I found on the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) website homepage. There is a listing of all the Office of Justice Programs (OPJ) listed on the top right corner of the webpage. The supporting list of the OJP includes links to the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) and Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Mentoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART)....   [tags: Crime, Criminal justice, Police, Criminology]

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Networked Updates & Patton Medical Building Structure

- The Networks currently available at the Patton Medical Building Structure have been scheduled to change. Networks will level up in an attempt to give additional variational sequentialities to the people that will use those networks. This building structure has decided to keep using apple macintosh computers; but for some unknown reason still wants to use windows operation systems. This medical center structure will be leveling up their administrative section networks to include taking the current local area network (LAN) that they are currently using and converting it to a wireless version of that; and all wireless links within medical center environments will be encrypted on both end...   [tags: Medican Center, Renovations, Administration]

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Conflict Resolution Quarterly Or International Negotiation

- Conflict Resolution Quarterly or International Negotiation Introduction The article written by Roger J. Volkema et al., “Truth or Consequences: The Effects of Competitive-Unethical Tactics on Negotiation Process and Outcomes”, serves as an examination of the negotiation process. In conducting the study, the authors decide to employ seven competitive and unethical tactics in dyadic negotiations. They further proceed by examining the initial use of the seven competitive and unethical tactics and their effects on the process of negotiation as well as their outcomes....   [tags: Negotiation, Dispute resolution, Mediation]

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Benefits Of Families Who Eat Together

- Benefits of Families Who Eat Together Introduction Families who eat together has drastically decreased over the years due to family members having busy schedules such as both parents working full time, children having extracurricular activities, and the convenience of having a microwave dinner in front of the T.V. However, research has proven time and time again that children who sit with their parents at the dinner table are at lower risk for experiencing drug addiction, low self esteem, obesity, depression and suicidal thoughts (Fishel, 2015)....   [tags: Peer review, Academic publishing, Health]

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Lonely Planet: Travels to Peru

- During my backpacking trip to Europe in 2008 my Lonely Planet: Europe on a Shoestring guidebook became a type of travel bible for me. Lonely Planet, which started in the 1970’s with a single guidebook, has since become a globally recognized and appreciated brand with a staff that has grown to over 500 members, including 300 authors. I chose this site since my final project will include an account my own preparations f Enterprise web identity or my upcoming trip to South America. In my research, I will be looking to find out how reliable the travel information on the web is and Rhetorical Design The primary audience for this site is people who have an interest in traveling and who are lookin...   [tags: Websites]

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Installing A Mesh Topology Network

- 1. MESH TOPOLOGY A Mesh Topology network is a installation where each computer and network devices are interconnected with each other, enabling most transmissions to be sent out, even if one of the links go down. This topology is not widely used for some computer networks, as it is difficult and expensive to acquire redundant to link with every computer. However this topology can be used for wireless networks. A Mesh topology can be a full mesh topology or a partially connected topology. In a full mesh topology, every computer in the network has a link with each other computers in that network....   [tags: OSI model, OSI protocols, Internet Protocol Suite]

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Effectiveness Of A Restaurant Website

- Introduction Internet is a world wide technology that people use in their daily life. It helps people in networking and promoting their product through website. In this paper, I will review about the effectiveness of a restaurant website by comparing the idea from several scholar. Restaurant website affects the choices of customers in finding and deciding place where to buy meal, whether it is an online order, pick-up in restaurant or dine-in. One of the hardest questions in everyday life is deciding where is the place to eat or buy food; therefore it is important to have a restaurant website that is user friendly and effective....   [tags: Website, World Wide Web, Web design, Serif]

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How Marketers Have A Love Hate Relationship With Google 's Pagerank

- Marketers have had a love-hate relationship with Google’s PageRank for as long as it existed. In early 2016, Google finally killed Google Toolbar PageRank, a metric that had become synonymous with the company’s search engine algorithm. In the absence of PageRank, one may find it difficult to study the performance of websites from a search marketing standpoint. In this article, we will study a few alternate metrics that marketers may make use of to analyze their website. Moz Domain Authority Domain Authority, or DA for short, is one of the two most popular alternatives to PageRank....   [tags: World Wide Web, Web page, PageRank, Domain name]

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Study of Living Things and the Scientific Study of Life

- The process of change that transformed life on Earth is called evolution. A result of evolution would be an organism's adaptations to its environment such as adaptations to conserve water. The world is full of different organisms who came from a single celled ancestor. We study all of these living things and the scientific study of life and living things is called is called biology. Everything is organized into different levels in a hierarchy. The first level is the biosphere which is basically the whole world....   [tags: evolution, biology, ecosystem]

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Military Service Support Services For A New Service

- Military Family Support Services For service members and their families there are many resources outside of the military that offer many helpful resources. Examples of these websites are Military OneSource, Armed Forces Crossroads, and Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC). The site I am going to write about is Military OneSource, because it offers a very wide verity of resources for many different branches of service and something for all family members. There are too many to list, so I am going to pick some of the phases of military life and resources I think are popular or useful from the different categories to explain....   [tags: Military, Armed forces, Navy, Military base]

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Internet Research Study Research Topic: Creole Lousiana

- The internet is a powerful tool for information. In a matter of seconds, it can yield millions of hits that contain inestimable amounts of knowledge and opinion. No longer is the library the epitome of data. The internet surpasses all in ease of access, speed, and amount of data. However, not all websites are useful or reliable in procuring data. Littered through cyberspace there are a few superb sites for gathering information, yet many are complete trash. Recently there was a paper researched on the Creole People of Louisiana For the purpose of this study, the first five non-Wikipedia links were critiqued using only the search item term “Creole Louisiana.” Result One: http://www.frenchcreo...   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Taking a Look at the DHMO.org Website

- The internet is a great resource but this paper takes a critical look at the DHMO.org website, in particular, and looks at categories during this assessment that addresses specific critical tools in evaluating this web page specifically. Using primarily the web page evaluation checklist published by UC Berkeley1 and concurrently S.P.I.D.E.R.2 which is the acronym for Source, Purpose, Information, Domain, Educational, and Reliability. It takes you through how the web page evaluation checklist helped in discerning the authenticity of the web page....   [tags: internet addresses, online sites]

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The Organization Is The National Weather Service

- Date of publication or most recent update Based upon a link to a weekly news webpage, November 6, 2016 is the most recent update. However, the web page does not contain any direct indication of the currency for the web pages primary information. Author and/or organization The owning organization is the National Weather Service (NWS) under the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Target audience The website’s target audience appears to be members of the general public with little to no extensive knowledge of space weather, but have interest in becoming more aware of the phenomenon associated with it....   [tags: Web page, World Wide Web, Sun]

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The Crawling Module and Web Pages

- ... The process of fetching a web page and take out the links within it is similar to expanding a node in graph search. A topical crawler tries to follow edges that are supposed to lead to portions of the graph that are related to a matter. Frontier: The crawling method initialize with a seed URL, extracting links from it and adding them to an unvisited list of URLs, This list of unvisited URLs is known as Frontier. The frontier is basically a agenda of a web crawler that includes the URLs of web pages which is not visited....   [tags: terminology, details, web]

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Online Network Of Hong Kong Protest

- Introduction The past decade has seen the rapid development of political protest with the help of information communication technologies (ICTs), especially internet. Just as González-Bailón et al. (2011) explain, online network plays an increasing significant role in facilitating the establishment of social movements. And this change offers an excellent chance to examine online social network. This essay will assess the online discussion network of Hong Kong protest, using the methodology of social network analysis....   [tags: Sociology, Social network, Community building]

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Tips For Adjusting Your Seo Strategy

- 6 Tips for Adjusting Your SEO Strategy in 2016 Clean up your backlinks. Write quality content. Embrace mobile. This advice isn’t new, but as Panda has already reared its head this January (and Penguin isn’t likely far behind), it’s time to set aside hours and budget to adjust your SEO strategy. By incorporating the tips below into your ongoing strategy, you should, not only, avoid any imminent penalties, but keep any threats away for the long term too. 1. Monitor for Google updates First and foremost, if you’re not already monitoring for upcoming updates, you should be....   [tags: Google, Google search, PageRank]

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Evaluating A Website On Web Resources

- There are five different criteria that should always be met when it comes to evaluating a website. These criteria’s include accuracy, authority, objectivity, currency, and coverage (“Criteria Used in Evaluating Web Resources”, 2014). Accuracy is deciphering who is hosting the website, if the website has stated the purpose and audience, and if the information on the site is reliable. A good way to check if the information can be trusted is to compare the facts found on the website with other information and facts found from other internet or print sources....   [tags: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder]

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Compairing the Websites of Dell Computer and Compaq Computer

- Compairing the Websites of Dell Computer and Compaq Computer In the exploding world of e-commerce, the ability of a company to attract customers using websites is critical for the company’s success. The use of the website by two computer manufacturers, Dell and Compaq, is evidence of this fact. Dell is the forerunner in the direct marketing of computers to customers via the Internet. As the success of Dell’s marketing approach became apparent, other computer companies such as Compaq have tried to market their product directly via the Internet as well....   [tags: Compare Direct Marketing Websites]

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The School Of School Schools

- When pulling up the Spring Grove Area School District website the colors of the school are incorporated well into the design of the website as pictures of students and teachers are in a slideshow front and center. In the center column of the page they display ads for their marching band spectacular and the current superintendent’s retirement from the school. The first page also gives upcoming events on the right and quick links on the left to give the public quick access to the most searched items of the website....   [tags: High school, Teacher]

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Webpage Design- Proposed Website to Serve as a Resource for Students Who Study Abroad

- The webpage for my beat would be an interactive page including articles, pictures and a discussion board. The pictures, interactive maps and discussion boards would feature first-hand experiences from students who have already studied abroad. The reason for publishing the experiences on the website would not only be a portal for students thinking about studying abroad, but also as an outlet for students who have returned to their home country after their time abroad. The entire webpage will be in bright colored and an unusual font that is attractive to a younger demographic....   [tags: internet]

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Improving the SmartsLeisure Park Website

- Improving the SmartsLeisure Park Website In this report I shall be seeing how smarts leisure has set up their website and how it compares to four different leisure park companies and how they have set up their websites. My first thought is that the Smarts Leisure site needs to be entirely updated. First of all they need to make the homepage more interesting. For example, the first thing that a person notices when they enter the Thorpe Park site is the fact that it appeals to all ages because it has one main site throughout the year but changes for the holidays E.G....   [tags: Papers]

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Evaluation of Two Websites

- The process of evaluating web sites is more than just looking the page over and deciding that it ‘looks’ legitimate. According to GCU Library, the process of evaluating a web site involves checking five categories: authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency, and coverage (LIBRARY). Each category requires you to look deeper than just the front page of a web site. I have evaluated two web sites, Womenshealth.com and Childtrends.org. I believe that both of these sites are excellent sources of information because they demonstrate authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency and coverage....   [tags: Website Evaluation]

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Aid Link Systems

- . Rules for Aid Link Systems Function As we mentioned before, this is an open system, in this case we made reference to this because, the actions required for a new emergency or problem can be defined by those users considered as Expert User. This kind of users are for example, those that have relation to those governmental instances or with rescue agencies, this kind of users are considered as those with great importance, due to their main task to set new ways to solve new events. This task can be reviewed, verified and rated by this group of users and by the system when it makes an appraisal of the past events....   [tags: This essay is not complete.]

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Teaching Others How I Write

- The Unfinished Works of Joe Foley Recently, web sites have been springing up in the cyberspaces between the spheres like, well, webs spun overnight. Unfortunately, there is no official protocol for designing and using facets of the World Wide Web. Perhaps in time, a "webiquette" will arise as did "netiquette" for the newsgroups that have been on the internet for a relatively longer time. Rules for relatively short sigs, or signature files, have arisen by mutual consent on the newsgroups. Perhaps someday owners of web sites will be flamed for including overly large graphics....   [tags: Personal Narrative]

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Web Page Analysis

- Web Page Analysis While browsing the enormous variety of sites and home pages on the World Wide Web, it is difficult to compare and contrast items that do not have anything in common. How can we say the "Wall Street Journal page" is better than "Joe's Page of Craziness?" Therefore the first step in critiquing web pages is by determining their purpose. The goal of a web page can vary from presenting factual information such as the "CIA Page," or displaying one's own computer generated art. Hence, the only way to judge a page is by examining what it tries to accomplish, and how it achieves its goal....   [tags: Web Design Analysis Essays Papers]

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The importance of academy-industry interaction for the Brazilian immature innovation system: evidences from a comprehensive data base

- 1. Introduction The concept of national systems of innovation (Freeman, 1988; Nelson, 1993) is the starting point the present investigation. It is a complex institutional setting that characterizes modern capitalist economies, involving a diversity of actors – firms with and without R&D departments, universities, research institutes, government, financial agencies, legal framework – and a division of labor among them. Within such institutional setting, the relationships required to exchange and combine knowledge and experience between the actors are a crucial factor differentiating developed and non-developed NSIs (Lundvall, 2003)....   [tags: Economics]

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Methods Of Model Development For Human Development And Well Being Was The Integrated Public Use Microdata Series

- METHODS Model development The source of data for variables about social resources for human development and well-being was the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS-USA) version of the 2013 American Community Survey (ACS). The U.S. Census Bureau (CB) implements the self-administered ACS every year to inform federal and state decision making about welfare investments aimed to improve the population access to social resources. Preprocessing the full dataset (more than 3 million records per 240 variables) included examining pairwise collinearity and concurvity to reduce redundancy,16,17 homogenizing the scale of measurement by discretizing the 25% continuous variables18 and transforming...   [tags: Health insurance, Health care, Health economics]

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Analysis of the Structure of Book 10 in Ovid’s Metamorphoses

- Ovid’s Metamorphoses sees a case of links throughout the books and his work as a whole. Book ten is no different to this and the structure of book ten relies on the same idea of links throughout the text. The links can parallels in characters and their situations both from within the book and interaction elsewhere in the stories. We can also compare the thematic links like love, madness and betrayal in the story. But the biggest link throughout the texts is the transformations themselves which do have an effect on the structure of book ten as a whole....   [tags: notorious ancient Roman poets]

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The Constitutional Underpinnings, Political, And Political Parties And Interest Groups

- This year in AP Government we covered several topics including constitutional underpinnings, political beliefs and citizen behavior, political parties and interest groups, along with the institutions of the government, civil liberties and civil rights as well as public policy. In this essay I will analyze the connections between these topics and how they work together to help our country 's government run smoothly. The constitutional underpinnings include characteristics embodied in our current government such as federalism, representative democracy, and John Locke’s philosophies....   [tags: Law, Separation of powers, Government, Rights]

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Networks: An Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Protocol

- An Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol is the most used interior gateway protocol and computation intensive protocol where energy consumption in Internet Protocol (IP) networks is the main concern. The energy in an IP network can be saved by allowing a subset of IP router interfaces on sleep mode setting during the low traffic hours through the model of “move” by dint of an Energy Aware Routing (EAR) strategy, which is completely compatible with OSPF and is based on the “Shortest Path Tree (SPT) exportation” techinque or “Dijkstra's Algorithm”....   [tags: computation, gateway protocol]

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Evaluation of a Health Information Web Site

- Evaluation of a Health Information Web Site In today’s society it is not uncommon for individuals to do research on his or her health. With modern day technology it is possible for anyone to access various health websites, and therefore conduct research about his or her health. Although this seem beneficial to the individual, it may be harmful if the website is unreliable and provides false information. The website nih.gov is an example of a health information site that is easily accessible to the general public....   [tags: Website Review]

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Comparing My Reading Habits And Household Chores

- “Recently Spotted 103-Year-Old Orca is Bad News for SeaWorld – Here’s Why” is just one example of an attention grabbing headline. These types of headlines draw me in and make me click on the link. I would describe myself as someone who easily gets drawn into these links and makes the curious side of me come out. This curiosity is how I would describe my leisure time reading, but most of the time I would compare my reading habits to household chores. I make this comparison due to the fact that most people do not enjoy household chores, but they must complete them to either avoid living in filth or to avoid being nagged by your parents, siblings or spouse....   [tags: Home, Homemaker, Attention]

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Review of the BBC History Website

- The BBC History website is very eclectic, covering an immense range of history and as a resource, it could be suggested that it is a victim of trying to appeal all levels of historical interest from the academic to the mildly interested. It has been variously described as relevant and fascinating , a useful research tool , catering to the non-specialist whilst including valuable material for the historical researcher . As a site there is an obvious preference given to any historical programming by the BBC be it television or radio and such programming is also available through the iPlayer facility....   [tags: websites, BBC, history, ]

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The Tempest By William Shakespeare

- “The Tempest” The Tempest is a play written by William Shakespeare, and has the main themes of Power, Control, Betrayl, Forgiveness and revenge. When Shakespeare says “Farewell master” this makes the reader believe that Caliban is a slave mainly due to the vocabulary choice of “Master” as the connotations of this word are: powerless, being ruled, weak, and scared, This influences the initial idea that Caliban is powerless and weak. In addition to this Caliban continues to take Prospero’s commands seriously and mannerly mainly because of Prospero’s use of magic to take advantage of Caliban....   [tags: The Tempest, Moons of Uranus, Prospero]

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America 's Journey Through Slavery

- There are so many easy ways to find information on historical events. However, it is hard to find information that catches a reader’s interest while also giving them an accurate depiction of past occurrences. The website for Africans in American is established by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and it is a source for furthering ones development on topics regarding to slavery. This website was founded by the television station in 1995. Known for its high quality content on the topic, one can seek to gain a wealth of information as well as perspective on the subject....   [tags: Atlantic slave trade, Slavery, Africa, Ghana]

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The Usefulness Of Web Quests

- The usefulness of web-quests Nowadays, teachers serve a generation of children that is growing up encompassed by technology: ‘The Net-generation’. This generation differs from previous ones as a result of being “the first to grow up surrounded by digital media” (Tapscott, 1998). The internet, computers, smart phones in addition to other pieces of technology have become components of their daily lives; they do not represent a thread or a challenge but supportive tools they need to facilitate their living and learning....   [tags: Education, Learning, Intelligence]

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Wing Luke Asian Museum Web Site

- Wing Luke Asian Museum Website The Wing Luke Asian Museum is a multicultural museum housing art, film, and other records of the Northwest Asian Pacific culture. The Museum states that it is dedicated to "the collection, preservation, and display of Asian Pacific American culture, history and art.". The Museum was founded 1967, in honor of the first Asian pacific American to be elected to the Seattle council (in 1962). Wing Luke was killed in a plane crash just 3 years later, and the community rallied together to establish the Wing Luke Museum....   [tags: essays research papers]

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