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The Role of "Permission" in the Trial of Joan of Arc

- Today Joan of Arc is known primarily as a religious martyr, but what popular culture often forgets is how tightly religion and politics intertwined in her story. Her decision to raise an army and ensure that Charles VII was placed on the French throne was motivated by religious devotion, but making sure the mission succeeded required military and political savvy, two qualities that tend to mix poorly with religious piety. The longer Joan spent in the spotlight, the more her religious vocation became muddled with political concerns....   [tags: French History]

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Consent As The Permission, Or Approval Of A Any Action

- Consent is known as the permission, or approval of a certain action. A current debate in today’s society is about consent during sexual relations. This is a very controversial subject due to the fact that there are so many different scenarios that come into play when you are talking about consent between parties. When discussing consent, there are many different topics that come into play depending on who you are talking to. In my opinion, one of the most important things that come into play when discussing this topic is respecting who you are with....   [tags: Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior]

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Permission To Hate

- What makes a person hate. Who gives the permission to hate to hate. Some claim God gives the permission; others claim hatred stems from oppression, or society. Leonard Pitts, a syndicated columnist for the Miami Herald believes that the third, society, grants the authorization to hate. However, what is society. Is society an individual or a group of individuals. What form of society bestows the consent to hate. The major White Supremacy Groups: the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and the Aryan Nation, both claim the Bible, thus God, gives them the permission to hate....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Government Gives Permission to Build It and the Businesses Mantain

- ... It is the centerpiece in the space exhibit and it becomes more and more popular every day. Those exhibits are still incredibly popular today.( "Museum of Science and Industry.") Palace Fine Arts The Palace of Fine Arts was built by Charles C. Atwood. It was built for the World Columbian Exposition. It was the only remaining building from the fair. After the fair it served as a temporary home for the Field Museum until 1921. In 1921 the Field Museum moved to its current home in Grant Park. The building started to fall apart....   [tags: museum of science and industry]

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Case Analysis : Crane Oversailing Without Permission

- (1) Obtaining an injunction to prevent further trespass; and/or (2) Seeking payment of a reasonable license fee through court proceedings Crane oversailing without permission is a trespass. In case (Anchor Brewhouse Developments Ltd v Berkeley House (Docklands Developments) Ltd (1987)), for example, the Berkeley’s crane oversailed Anchor Brewhouse’s land and was liable for trespass. Anchor Brewhouse succeeded in obtaining the injunction they were looking for as the Court found no “special circumstances” to prevent the injunction....   [tags: Tort, Tort law, Legal terms, Owner-occupier]

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Written And Used With Permission By Seth J. Michael

- Article written and used with permission by Seth J. Michael (my husband) During my personal study, I was shocked to discover something in the Greek text regarding 1 Timothy 2:15. Before we discuss this, let’s briefly consider what Paul, writing by inspiration, says about men and women in the church. Yes, in every place God has called the men to lead in worship—1 Timothy 2:8. I am certain there are women, within the body of Christ, who would be excellent pulpit preachers, song leaders, and prayer leaders....   [tags: Woman, Childbirth, New Testament, Adam and Eve]

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What is an Interloper?

- According to Princeton University’s wordnet, an interloper is defined as someone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission. In the fifteenth to sevententh century the word ‘interloper’ commonly referred to a ship and crew that associated in smuggling. It is recorded that Interloping ships traded goods and slaves out of the monopoly of the Spanish’s West Indian Company. (Paesie, R. 2008) Mercantilism, (which was also referred to as merchant capitalism), was the governing economic system of the Spanish colonies....   [tags: intrudes, permission]

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Permission Marketing

- Permission Marketing Godin presents Permission Marketing as a solution to what he terms the "Attention Crisis" marketing professionals face today. Although technology has created many new mediums that can be utilized to market products, it has also immensely increased the number of outlets vying for our attention. Compared to years ago when there were only a handful of networks and a small number of newspapers and periodicals, today we can select from 282 channels and more. The large number of choices imposed on a finite quantity of time means that consumers are willing to spend less and less time paying attention to marketing....   [tags: Business Marketing Advertising]

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When Do I Need Permission From Copy A Work

- When Do I Need Permission to Copy. Unless you are absolutely sure, relying on the doctrine of "Fair Use" to avoid seeking Permission to copy a work is risky. Despite what you may have heard, there are no set rules about what kind of use is "fair" and what is "infringing." For example, using less than a certain number of words from an author 's work does not automatically constitute fair use. Courts apply the four factors on a case-by-case basis, and one court 's interpretation of the factors could easily differ from another 's....   [tags: Copyright, Copyright infringement, Anti-copyright]

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Why Should I Be Granted Permission For Join This Rhetoric Course?

- Why Should I Be Granted Permission To Join This Rhetoric Course. ​School is here. Summer is now over and the school year has begun. Now that my high school years are over, I am enrolled in college as a freshman and Political Science major at Joliet Junior College; which is a public community college in Joliet, Illinois; and is known for being the nation’s first community college. I am going to attend JJC for two years, with the intention of transferring to a 4-year university after the two years at Joliet Junior College are completed....   [tags: College, High school, Associate's degree]

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Why I Didn 't Content With Your Parent 's Permission

- I lived in a world where everything was already predetermined and decided for me by my strict Muslim parents. My parents controlled everything I did, from the people I was friends with, all the way to what I wore and ate. I didn’t have any control over my life. It took me days at a time to convince them to allow me to do things that normal kids could do without their parent’s permission. Although I wasn’t content with my life, I figured my parents only wanted what was best for me, so I never refuted anything they said....   [tags: Mother, Parent, Father, English-language films]

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Native American Tribe : A Country That Is Constantly Evolving Without Permission

- The United States is a country that is constantly evolving without permission. For example, every Native American tribe in the United States has evolved and extracted ideas from about every European religion. Many of the Native tribes had their own region all different never really the same but with similar ideas. Many of the tribes changed not because they wanted to but because many of the European religions had many things in common with their ideas about god. “The Oglala and Hopi maintained traditional ways and yet changed, and so did other Native Americans” -Albanese, Catherine L....   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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The Global Need for Organ Donations

- There is an immense shortage of organs available for donation. This shortage is not just in the United States, but it is all over the world. In fact, other countries have already attempted to find a solution to this epidemic. Singapore is literally paying donors thousands of dollars for donating organs. Israel has implemented a system that puts people who opt out of the donor system at the bottom of the transplant list if they were to ever need an organ. (1) These new ideas seem to be pretty radical, but what is America doing to solve this issue....   [tags: permission, exchange, shortage]

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Murder With Permission

- The word euthanasia originated from the Greek language as explained in Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide: Introduction (Robinson). It means the intentional termination of life by another at the explicit request of the person who dies. This means that the person who dies must ask someone else to help them kill themselves. However, euthanasia can include both voluntary and involuntary termination of life. Sometimes people end up being victims of euthanasia without giving consent because their doctors feel that there is little hope of them, passing it off as an act of mercy to mollify themselves....   [tags: Euthanasia Essays]

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Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues - Vermont’s Permission of Same-sex Marriage

- The Irrationality of Vermont’s Permission of Gay Marriage This essay explains the rationale behind the Vermont decision - and its effect upon conservative groups especially. In December of 1999, the Supreme Court of Vermont decided that it was, on balance, a violation of the Constitution of Vermont to withhold from couples of the same sex the benefits that flow to married couples. But the court did not think it proven that the laws on marriage had been animated by any intention to discriminate against women, lesbians, and gays in the way that other laws, in the past, had discriminated against blacks....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]

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Corporal Punishment in Public Schools

- Corporal punishment is defined as “an infliction of punishment to the body.” My primary reason for not approving corporal punishment would be that corporal punishment creates a negative reaction from the student’s perspective plus additional problems in the end. To discipline students in a way that will harm them into non-misbehavior is not the way to go. I claim that corporal punishment in public schools should not be permitted because it is barbaric, harmful, and in no way a method to solve personal problems....   [tags: Consequencez, Permission]

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New Possibilities for Mobile Advertising

- Review of Related Literature Nowadays, mobile phone advertising is becoming the mainstream and a new avenues that offers endless possibilities as digital innovations in all types of digital media including mobile phones or cellphones, cellular-enabled PC or tablets and another brees of hand-held device which transform and totally changed the game on how marketers advertise through mobile advertising and that is the advent of smartphones or highly advanced form of mobile phones. According to Dr. Preeta H....   [tags: phones, marketing, privacy]

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An Approach Towards Addressing Privacy And Security Threats

-  SUMMARY: The solution proposed by the authors is an approach towards addressing privacy and security issues with respect to advertisements on smartphones. Third-party advertisements embedded into host Android applications can cause several privacy and security threats. The authors propose AdSplit that separates host applications from the advertisements in order to avoid malicious activities and protect user data privacy.  STRENGTHS OF THE PAPER: 1. The paper thoroughly focuses on the issues related to policy and permissions management with respect to advertisements on smartphones....   [tags: Advertising, Google, Privacy, Information privacy]

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A Report On The Police Officer

- The purpose of this document is to fill you in on the details of my entire experience with these officers, and show you some information that I’ve found on my own. At the door The police officer did not make himself or his intentions known at the door and made an effort to stay out of sight of the peephole. We opened the door to the Residential staff which is when the police officer approached and inserted himself into the apartment. The police were never given permission to enter the apartment by any of the residents....   [tags: Police, Constable]

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Legal And Ethical Constraints Of The Interactive Media Industry

- Legal and Ethical Constraints in the Interactive Media Industry There are many legal and ethical issues that media production industries need to be aware, while creating their media. Legal Intellectual property rights Copyright allows the person who created something to own their work. This law prevents third parties to copy, reproduce make a profits from the creator’s work. Copyright Act 1988 protects the ownership of the work from its creator. Copying and publishing somebody’s work without their permission breaks this Legal act....   [tags: Copyright, Property, Discrimination, Trademark]

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Marty Anderson 's Case For Family Auto Repair

- Marty Anderson was an employee for Family Auto Repair (FAR) in Memphis and was transfer to their Jackson store, which was an hour and a half from his house. The company allow Marty to use a company vehicle to make his long commute, although he had his own vehicle. The terms of the explicit permission to use the vehicle were: to and from work, during lunch breaks, and to deliver and transfer items between FAR’s two facilities either before work or on his way home. Marty Anderson became a victim of the dilemma when he fell asleep at the wheel and injured a man, Steve Spritzer, in the company vehicle, at a time when he did not have explicit permission to be using the vehicle....   [tags: Automobile, Vehicle, Miles per hour]

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The Untitled Mommy vs. Daddy Project: Gender Roles in Parenting

- The bond between a parent and child is unlike any other; however, the relationship between the daughter and her mother and between the daughter and her father can differ greatly, but usually contain the same key points. There are certain circumstances in which a daughter will go to her mom in preference to her father for particular advice, permissions, or compensation, and to her father over her mother for other reasons. For example, the parents’ punishments, advice, rules, and willingness to grant permissions and favors may vary, prompting the child to go to different parents to accomplish different goals....   [tags: parenting, family, ]

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Active Directory User Groups Implementation

- Active Directory User Groups Implementation Synopsis of Proposal Subsequent to the Active Directory (AD) implementation discussion, this proposal addresses possible user accounts and group organizations for Riordan Manufacturing. This document discusses user and group accounts available through AD, and addresses possible implementation plans for the parent domain of These plans could also be implemented in the child domains for the four Riordan facilities, though addressing the actual implementations for those sites falls beyond the scope of this document....   [tags: Active Directory (AD) Implementation]

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Document Analysis on the Western Australian Department of Education Duty of Care for Students Policy (2007)

- Introduction This report is analysing the Western Australian, Department of Education, Duty of Care for Students Policy that has been in effect since June 2007. The reason for this report to be written is to ensure that all Teachers are aware of how this policy affects the way in which they deal with their students and the school community and the legal ramifications that they can face if they fail to demonstrate a Duty of Care to their students. Discussion The Policy The Duty of Care for Student’s Policy was written to explain what “Duty of Care” means in simple terms so that all Teachers, school staff and the community are aware of the policy....   [tags: Education]

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The Language of Sexual Crime: Consent an Essential Factor in Sexual Offenses

- 1 Introduction Consent can be found in different kinds of human activities, including recruiting, signing contracts, giving approval for medical treatment and engaging in sexual activities. Especially in sexual activities, consent is a critical element for making conduct permissible. Although there are some studies on discussing whether the occurrence of consent is an essential factor in sexual offences (Pineau 1989; Tiersma 2007), it remains important in Hong Kong legislation. Hong Kong Ordinances Cap.200 s.118 has stated that, “(3) A man commits rape if – (a) he was unlawful sexual intercourse with a woman who at the time of the intercourse does not consent to it; and (b) at that time he...   [tags: sexual intercourse, interpretation]

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Summary Of ' The Book ' By Rebecca Skloot

- The story revolves around the character Henrietta lacks, from whom cervical cancer cell lines now known as HeLa cells were obtained. The book is written by Rebecca skloot which describes her experiences while she was in the process of collecting information and writing the story and what all things she has to go through when she contacted Henrietta’s family. The first half of the story describes the life of Henrietta, how unethically cells were obtained and how the HeLa cell line was a great breakthrough to science....   [tags: HeLa, Cell culture, Henrietta Lacks, Cell lines]

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Law Example Essay: The Decision Making Process

- Law 3135 specimen essay extract with footnotes For those of you who have not written a law essay before please note that, in law essays, footnotes appear at the foot of each page. Here is an extract from a student’s answer to a question which was set some years ago. THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS The backbone of planning control is s.57 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 , which states, “planning permission is required for the carrying out of any development of land.” S.55(1) TCPA 1990 provides us with the statutory definition of ‘development’, “the carrying out of building, engineering, mining or other operations in, on, over or under land, or the making of any material change in...   [tags: planning control, development of land]

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George Mann 's Argument On The Workplace

- George Mann’s Argument George’s position should be that the employee followed protocol by asking for permission from him to attend to his personal business. Therefore, he felt empathy and granted him a short time permission to sort out his personal matters to avoid any form of conflict. It is important in a workplace because it helps to prevent possible conflict between the employee and the supervisor. George’s argument should be that he understood the situation the employee was in and found it worth to let him go for a very short period....   [tags: Chief executive officer, Executive officer]

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Euthanasia Is Morally Wrong Or Not?

- In discussions of euthanasia, a controversial issue has been whether euthanasia is morally wrong or not. Many people, the U.S. Government included, believe that euthanasia is not permissible when it is considered active. According to Warren’s view, however, euthanasia may not be morally wrong in some cases. Therefore, they disagree on whether euthanasia is morally permissible or not. In this paper, I will use Warren’s view on moral personhood to see what her verdict of euthanasia and assisted suicide might be....   [tags: Euthanasia, Medical ethics, Voluntary euthanasia]

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Stealing The Hard Work Of Stars

- ValadezGiovannysecondroughdraftWp4 Stealing the hard work of Stars "Hello" by Adele is a recent hit song widely heard and played since its release in October. Adele is known for her powerful voice and inspirational breakup songs. The songs that artists like Adele create are used to make a living. When people download illegal music online or use the music of other artists and not pay for the song, one is essentially stealing the artist 's hard work. In 1991, when the case of the music groups Negativland/U2 occurred, it was a chance for an artist to fight for what was theirs....   [tags: Copyright infringement, Copyright, Anti-copyright]

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Ethical Considerations Of An Educator Researcher

- In terms of ethical considerations in my research, I believe it is very essential for all educators or any other professionals to show ethical considerations to other people because every individual should be protected by specific equal rights. According to Mertler (2014), the primary responsibility of an educator-researcher is to make sure that action research adheres to ethical standards. For instance, in my school, if any teacher wants to do a research study or video tape one of their classes, he or she needs to go to the office to get permission and complete school forms and give those forms to parents to discuss the research study....   [tags: Qualitative research, Research, Scientific method]

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Why Data Security Is Important

- 1. Explain why data security is important. The many aspects of data security are integral and critical with any businesses or home computer user. These areas include Client information, payment/transactional information, individual files, banking information and proprietary intellectual property. These forms of data and information are difficult to replace once lost. Though data security often refers to protection from unwanted hackers, spyware and viruses it, also, comes in the form of natural disasters with the likes of a flood or fire....   [tags: Database, SQL, Data management]

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Security Must Grow with Technological Advancement

- Introduction Today we live in a world where new technology is no stranger to our everyday lives and as technology continues to grow, security needs to evolve with it. Security is one of the most important aspects of a company needed to succeed. The internet as we know can be the chance for opportunity for a business to constantly make money whether it’s the day or the night but the internet also holds the opportunity for an unwanted guest or an intruder to access the company networks. There is a need for a clear cut relationship between techniques and technologies that ensures protection to the company and allows the company to continue its daily services....   [tags: internet, conference board, employees]

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MyIT SharePoint

- SharePoint is a business collaboration platform developed by Microsoft. It enables employees, project teams and businesses to effectively create and manage collaborative intranet websites to facilitate the sharing of information (Microsoft). The Georgia State University (GSU), CIS capstone project team has been assigned to the Georgia-Pacific, LLC (GP) department of Enterprise Systems & Services, the site owner of the myIT SharePoint site, which is the focus of the CIS capstone project. The myIT SharePoint site according to GP is the center of information sharing and collaboration for its IT employees....   [tags: web design, Microsoft, web site]

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Conflict And Resolution It Can Help You With Any Conflict

- ABSTACT My paper is about conflict and resolution it can help you with any conflict you may be facing in a relationship or any other personal conflict you may be facing in life. It is based on own my personal experiences and what I did to solve my conflict. It talks about how I solved it the things I used to fix it.   A conflict I have faces in my life was that back in 2014 my husband and I were always arguing and we went standing each other. I was four months pregnant we were expecting are first child when I decide to leave him because the arguing that won’t stop....   [tags: Conflict, Organizational conflict, Marriage]

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Illegal Immigration Laws Should Be Enforced

- According to the information on ProCon, which as a website that gather statistics on illegal immigration, there are over 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States as of 2012 ( In other words, 11 million people have passed into the United States without any permission. This is obviously an issue. We have laws put into place by the U.S. government to prevent this, however, the laws are not being enforced as firm as they should be. Illegal immigration laws need to be enforced more then they already are first, do something about the 11 million immigrants that have come into our country without legal permission and second, prevent any immigrants from entering the U.S....   [tags: Immigration to the United States]

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Distributed Software Engineering

- 4. Security Security is a very critical issue in many systems, especially distributed systems. This is because the system is distributed across a network over many devices, and so there may be more ways for outsiders to access the system who do not have permission to do such. A security breach is considered to be any time an unsafe state is reached within the system. An unsafe state is one in which data can be illegally intercepted, interrupted, modified, or fabricated. Since a distributed system is made up of various smaller systems with the possibility of each system being managed separately, it becomes very important that all parts of the distributed system be managed uniformly and compl...   [tags: Information Technology]

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A General Model of Publication

- A General Model of Publication Although the medium and the material may differ vastly, essentially the same common process is always involved in publication (Fig. 1). For on-line publications this model makes it possible to automate many of the steps involved (see module on Automated document processing). Figure 1. A model for the publication process. The same general pattern of steps occurs whatever the publication and whatever the type of material involved. This model encompasses all the stages described earlier, but in a somewhat more formalized form....   [tags: Publication Process Media SGML Essays]

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Ethical Hacking And Ethical Hacker

- INTRODUCTION Ethical hacking & ethical hacker are terms used to describe hacking performed by a company or individual to help identify potential threats on a computer or network. An ethical hacker attempts to bypass system security & search for any weak points that could be exploited by malicious hackers. This information is then used by the organization to improve the system security, in an effort to minimize or eliminate any potential attacks....   [tags: Computer network, Ethernet, Black hat, Hacker]

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Ethical Hacking And Ethical Hacker

- INTRODUCTION Ethical hacking and ethical hacker are terms used to describe hacking performed by a company or individual to help identify potential threats on a computer or network. An ethical hacker attempts to bypass system security and search for any weak points that could be exploited by malicious hackers. This information is then used by the organization to improve the system security, in an effort to minimize or eliminate any potential attacks. For hacking to be deemed ethical, the hacker must obey the following rules: • Expressed (often written) permission to probe the network and attempt to identify potential security risks....   [tags: Computer network, Ethernet, Black hat]

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Being Interviewed by the Police

- The police are allowed to approach you and ask you questions at any time. However, you should always find out why the police want to talk to you. Police can not take you anywhere unless they arrest you or you agree to go with them. In most cases you must give the police your name and addresses but in other cases you have the right to remain silent. You should refuse to talk whenever possible until you have consulted with a solicitor. In a case that a policeman arrests you they must tell you the following: 1....   [tags: Papers]

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Confidentiality of Medical Information

- The law does not give permission to the health care professionals to disclose the medical information of the patients. It is the right of a patient to have his or her personal identifiable information to be confidential. This medical information is suppose to only be available to the physician of record as well as other necessary health care and insurance personal. Confidentiality of patient was protected by federal statute, as of 2003. Passing of federal regulations which was the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 was facilitated by the requirement of having privacy as well as protection of personal records and data in an electronic medical records environment and t...   [tags: HIPAA Act]

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Security Issues in Cyberspace

- It is held by many people today that the World seems to be a small global village because of internet and use of ICT and computers. There are many different issues and cases in Information and Communication Technology as well as in other fields that need proper analysis leading to correct decisions for solutions. Because of the brevity of the assignment, I would like to talk about security in cyberspace to deal with hacktivism and hacker ethics. Security in cyberspace or computer laboratory nowadays is risen an issue that needs solutions among computer users who always like to interact with computers....   [tags: computer systems, attacks, harm]

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Intellectual Property Law

- ... When granted, its term of a patent is 20 years from the Date of Filing, subject to the payment of annual renewal fees. The benefits of patent restricts others from exploiting your inventions, you can deploy it to create revenue for your business, license it to third parties for commercial returns or sell the patented invention. For an invention for it to be patentable it has to satisfy three criteria, which are: new, an inventive step and have industrial application Trademark A trade mark is a sign that you can use to differentiate your business’ goods or services from those of other traders....   [tags: possesions, trade mark, patent]

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Why Do Managers Prefer to Pay Dividend in Cash?

- The study makes use of the financial data on Pakistani listed firms for 2001-2008 to look at the objective behind distribution of cash dividends. Based on the analysis it is found that poorly performing firms listed on Karachi Stock Market (KSE) having larger portion of non-tradable shares pay cash dividends. Because the holders of non-tradable shares (directors and block-holders) do not/cannot realize capital gains from positive change in the price of their holdings. The study finds that cash dividend distribution behavior of the poorly-performing firms is subjected to what the directors and block-holders prefer....   [tags: Business, Stocks, Cash Dividends]

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The Rights Of Women And Their Rights

- Women and their rights have become a worldwide question as different countries address the rights women should have differently. The question has become prevalent when major economic countries had given women rights within the last century that women did not previously have which has caused the question of women to be looked at in a worldwide perspective in accordance to their rights as people. Even countries that have given women rights such as to education women even in the most developed nations do not have full autonomy over themselves and governments are still making laws which govern a woman’s body....   [tags: Marriage, Gender, Human rights, Female]

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Professional Legal Ethical and Social Issues

- ... Fig 1. Flowchart of legal issues source: JISClegal information ETHICAL ISSUES: Ethics defined as moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour or the conducting of an activity (Oxford 2014). Ethical issues are considered to be morally good practices that should be followed and professional bodies involved. The issues like freedom of information, privacy, copyright legislations, legality of software and social media misuse are all within the use of IT. Ethics is not just about what is right and what is wrong (Garret & Lewis, 2008).it also includes moral systems and principles and stakeholder analysis....   [tags: lecture capture system]

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Differences Between The Iran And America

- Differences Between the Iran and America Moving to America from Iran has certainly become a huge challenge for me. I have realized that there are some significant differences between these countries. Living in two different countries is an experience that opens people’s mind to a new way of thinking. In my case, I have lived in Iran and in the America, and now I understand better Iran than ever before. Iran and the America have differences in culture, marriage traditions, and economy. One thing that I noticed with regard to the differences between the Iran and America culture is that the Iran culture is more conservative while the American culture is more liberal....   [tags: Marriage, Wife, Husband, Family]

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Online Graphs Or Showing A Documentary?

- The article starts out asking if we have ever done various activities that include incorporating online graphs or showing a documentary to our classrooms. This is to show how mundane committing copyright infringement can be and how most people do it every day without thinking about it. Then the article starts telling us the guidelines for copyright for instance, any tangible creative piece of work is protected under the copyright law immediately upon its creation. The report also talks about what is not covered under copyright like jokes or facts....   [tags: Copyright, Copyright infringement, Public domain]

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Clustering: Keeping Malware Out in Android Applications

- Due to the existence of malware samples in large amount of data malware detection techniques are introduced. Machine learning techniques are being applied to classify the applications focusing malware detection. Android has impressive growth in the domain of smart phones. Hence to overcome its better to group malware samples with structural similarities. Clustering technique in Android applications is an important technique in machine learning and gives automatic classi cation of applications by categorizing malware....   [tags: Algorithm, Applications]

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Mrs. Spring Fragrance By Sui Sin Far And The Good Anna By Gertrude Stein

- During the wake of gender politics in the early twentieth century, Gertrude Stein and Sui Sin Far wrote immigration narratives that feature characters who reject traditional gender norms. As female writers, the intersection of gender, sexuality, and cultural identities inform how each character uses, rejects, reacts to traditional notions of femininity and masculinity. While Mrs. Spring Fragrance by Sui Sin Far and The Good Anna by Gertrude Stein feature characters that challenge traditional gender roles and assert their agency, The Good Anna features characters that challenge gender roles directly by not fitting into gendered expectations....   [tags: Gender role, Gender, Mrs. Spring Fragrance]

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How Patient Centred Care Can Help Maintain The Dignity Of Patients

- This essay will explain what patient centred care is, how nurses use it in practice, the benefits of using it, and the barriers that need to be overcome to able to use it, and the key principles of patient centred care. It will explain how patient centred care enables nurses to communicate and engage with the patients in a more effective way, and how it helps understand the uniqueness of each patient, which helps professionals avoid ‘warehousing’ patients (treating them all the same). It will also demonstrate how this type of care can help maintain the dignity of patients when nurses carry out tasks such as personal care....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Patient, Competence]

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Summary Of ' Get Thee Behind Me Satan '

- Good morning brother and sister, as we continue our series on “Get thee Behind me Satan” we come back to the Book of Matthew... you know brother and sister I always wonder each time I read this verse why Jesus did not just get rid of Satan right then and there….where He said get behind thee and not just get rid of him….Oh there an old sayings my grandmother use to say, I must go home by the way of the cross….Amen…. There 's no other way but this…ALL of us will go home... and the way is through the cross….Oh Jesus is the way brother and sister......   [tags: Gospel of Matthew, Jesus, New Testament]

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Different Policies And Reforms For Organ Transplantation And Donation

- Organ donation is the process of removing an organ or tissue from organ donor and placing it into the recipient (Cleveland Clinic, 2015). This is important because donation of organs to the person whose organ has failed or has been damaged by disease or injury can get their life back after transplantation. But in todays ' world the number of recipient is more than the number of donor. The organ and tissues which can be transplanted in modern medicine are liver, kidney, pancreas, heart, lungs, intestine, cornea, middle ear, skin, bone marrow, heart valves, and connective tissues (Cleveland Clinic, 2015)....   [tags: Organ transplant, Organ donation, Health care]

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Security, Ethical, and Legal Issues Surrounding the Internet

- The internet and the World Wide Web are arguably the greatest inventions of our time. The effects of the internet are deeply pervasive now influencing almost every sphere of our lives. The internet has revolutionized the way we communicate, conduct business, relate with each other, entertain, educate and retrieve information. With the touch of a button, we can now communicate face to face with friends and relatives miles away. The internet has also provided an efficient medium for sharing large volumes of information at low cost....   [tags: cookies, data logging, copyright, trojan horses]

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Voltaire's Candide Look at the Spanish (Holy) Inquisition

- Voltaire once said, “Of all religions, the Christian [religion] should of course inspire the most tolerance, but until now Christians have been the most intolerant of all men.” The quote was once true for the Catholic Church. Catholics have the ten commandments, one of them being, “Thou shalt not kill.” As long as the commandments are followed, it would guarantee a one way ticket to heaven. However, what if the Catholic Church and the Pope grant permission for thousands of innocent people to be killed or punished just because they have their own beliefs that do not follow those of the Catholic religion....   [tags: Voltaire, Analysis, Christianity, Religion]

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Observations Carried out on Children Should Be Objective

- All observations that are carried out on children should be ‘objective’. According to the Oxford online dictionary objective means that a person or their judgement should not be influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts – in other words, the observations should be unbiased. You should always be non-judgemental about the child and base your observation from only what you have seen on that specific day, not taking any past events into consideration – it is important that all children are treated fairly and equally to make the observation valid (based on the truth – Collins English dictionary) it is essential to make observations valid to increase objecti...   [tags: judging a child, subjectivity]

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Freedom and Manipulation in Utopia by Thomas Moore

- FREEDOM AND MANIPULATION Looking the word “freedom” up in the dictionary, I encounter with the following definition: the condition or right of being able or allowed to do, say, think, etc. whatever you want to, without being controlled or limited.¹³ Then, we can assume when you are unable to say things you would like to say, or to think in a different way than the one that has been imposed to you, you are not wholly free. That assumption leads me to have a deeper look at the Utopian Republic, citizens of which are supposedly free beings....   [tags: religion, language, authority]

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The Bill Of Rights Of The United States

- The bill of rights was established to Americans to protect them from the government, to ensure that there would be no confusion where the line stood. One of those rights is the 4th amendment which states per constitution, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effect, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” Because the rules of the land are so important in protecting the people, the criminal justice system has to abide by the rules stated....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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The Effects Of Media Violence On Young Children

- The effect of media violence in young children has been greatly studied by many researchers. Children’s reaction to violence is even stronger when the child identifies with same-sex TV characters and has a lower grip of reality (Huesmann, Moise-Titus, Podolski, & Eron, 2003). Younger children are just beginning to distinguish between reality and fantasy, and because of this they are able to relate more to the characters. The ability to relate to a character is even stronger when the character is the same sex as the TV viewer....   [tags: Violence, Media violence research]

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Ms. Morter : An Advanced Practice Social Worker

- Summary Ms. Morter was licensed as a Clinical Social Worker, and was also certified as an Advanced Practice Social Worker. The Respondent worked as a psychotherapist at Sheboygan County Health and Human Services. As a psychotherapist, her duties included psychosocial evaluation and treatment services, outreach and prevention programs, referral services, and crisis intervention. On May 15, 2008 to July 29, 2009 Ms. Morter provided individual psychotherapy and case management services to Client T.R....   [tags: Ethics, Social work, Psychotherapy, Psychology]

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Ms. Morter : An Advanced Practice Social Worker

- Ms. Morter was licensed as a Clinical Social Worker, and was also certified as an Advanced Practice Social Worker. The Respondent worked as a psychotherapist at Sheboygan County Health and Human Services. As a psychotherapist, her duties included psychosocial evaluation and treatment services, outreach and prevention programs, referral services, and crisis intervention. On May 15, 2008 to July 29, 2009 Ms. Morter provided individual psychotherapy and case management services to Client T.R. On July 18, 2009 Ms....   [tags: Psychotherapy, Social work, Ethics, Psychology]

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Intellectual Property and the Methods Behind It

- Intellectual property is “ a legal concept which refers to creations of the mind for which exclusive rights are recognized. Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works; discoveries and inventions; and words, phrases, symbols, and designs. ” In simple words its something made on your own, self-creation some examples include music, video, images, and more. With the creation of new material there are also right to it (how/where it can be used)....   [tags: self- creation, copyright, methods]

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The Achievement Gap Between Whites And Minorities

- Methods Purpose Statement The purpose of this research is to examine the achievement gap between whites and minorities in special education on standardized testing. Participant Protection The permission will be requested from William Carey University and Institution Review Board. Permission will be requested from Supertintendent from a rural elementary school located in northwestern Mississippi from special education classroom. Permission will be requested from the parents of the students participating in the study....   [tags: Education, Male, Female, Special education]

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Part V : Intellectual Property Policy Ip

- Part V: Intellectual Property Policy IP #4 The following section will detail Esri’s intellectual property policy. The policy will detail protecting all property, copyright information, trade secrets, and trademarks. Policy will discuss the employee rights versus corporation policies. Section five (5) will review guidelines for creating policies for digital media creations, training materials, copyright and protecting other’s copyrights. Esri will host all intellectual policy rules and guidelines on their public hosting website, ....   [tags: Copyright, Intellectual property, Trademark]

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A Doll 's House By Henrik Ibsen

- From the Oxford Dictionary, freedom is described as, “the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint”. In A Doll’s House written by Henrik Ibsen, freedom doesn 't mean the same for every character. Everyone has their own opinions and beliefs. The play takes its readers into the life of Nora and Torvald Helmer. Nora’s husband treats her more like a child than an adult. He believes that she is weak and needs him by her side at all times. By the end of the play, Nora lets Torvald know what she thinks of being treated this way and gives him a taste of how it feels....   [tags: Henrik Ibsen, A Doll's House, Want, Norway]

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Occupiers' Liability from the Common Law

- The first point to note when analysing occupiers’ liability is that originally it was separate to the general principles of negligence which were outlined in Donoghue v Stevenson .The reason for this “pigeon hole approach” was that the key decision of occupiers’ liability, Indermaur v Dames was decided sixty six years prior to the landmark decision of Donoghue v Stevenson . McMahon and Binchy state the reason why it was not engulfed into general negligence, was because it “… had become too firmly entrenched by 1932 … to be swamped by another judicial cross-current” Following on from Indermaur v Dames the courts developed four distinct categories of entrant which I will now examine in tu...   [tags: neighbour principle,liability act 1957]

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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

- It is truly a tragedy when two people, who are deeply in love, kill themselves; it is much worse when one of their closest counselors and confidants is to blame for their tragic ending. Friar Laurence is the most to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death because he didn’t get parental consent to marry Romeo and Juliet, he lied to everyone about whether Juliet was dead or not, and he was the one who provided Juliet with the potion that eventually lead to the death of both young people. Friar Laurence made many mistakes that lead to the deaths of the two young lovers, but an influential mistake he committed was marrying them without parental consent....   [tags: William Shakespeare, LIterary Analysis]

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Know Your Rights as a Photographer!

- Photography is a way of capturing a moment to remember for a long time. Imagine being at the park and seeing a kid on the swing set; one may think to oneself, “What a great picture moment.” But, wait, there’s no permission from the child or the child’s parent to even do so, even if the child’s face is unrecognizable. It would be an even easier task just to snap the photo and be on the way. Photography is a powerful style of expression and a valuable communicative tool. Photographers have the right to use this tool is public without any problems....   [tags: Photographer Rights]

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The Constitutional Amendments Of The Constitution

- The Constitution is made up of twenty-five different Amendments. In this paper I will be talking about the first Ten Amendments of the Constitution. The Constitutional Amendments are made to protect the people from both the government and the law. The Constitutional Amendments explains the rights the people have that can’t be taken from the government. The First Amendment of the Constitutional protects the rights of the people when it comes to the freedom of speech, press, and religion. An example of this in a court case would be Sandul v....   [tags: United States Constitution]

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Women 's Human Rights Diminished Today

- The infringements of women’s human rights lessened today, but the wrong perception of females has not completely disappear; the stereotypes of women are still present. For example, a lot of people think women are physically weak and very emotional. These are not always correct; some women are physically stronger than ordinary men, and some men are more emotional than general men. This shows that there are no inherent differences of male and females that must be accommodated in a right to equality, and such wrong perceptions cause discrimination....   [tags: Gender, Discrimination, Human rights, Sexism]

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The Completion Of The Assessment Module

- The completion of the Assessment Module began with selecting a high school student to study for the module. Since I am currently a general education classroom teacher, I wanted to select a student that first meet the criteria for the assignment, and two would be easily accessible during the school day. After reviewing the criteria for the assignment, I selected a student that is currently in the 7th grade. Once I decided on the student, I contacted the family to discuss the project and receive permission to work with the student....   [tags: Special education, Education, Assessment]

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Copyright and Fair Use

- Copyright and fair use are prominent topics in today’s society where mass pirating of copyrighted material occurs. A product is considered copyrighted “when something is put into ‘tangible form’ the creator of the work owns a copyright,” (Simpson, 2005). Such tangible forms include movies, books, music, and etc. (Simpson, 2005). Therefore, “copyright is the law of the United States that protects the works of authors, artists, composers, and other from being used without permission,” (Cyberbee, n....   [tags: Legal Issues, Ethics]

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Personal Privacy and the Government

- The United States government is up to its ears in the personal information it has collected from its citizens. Americans are becoming increasingly “aware of these slowly eroding walls of privacy,”(Hirsh) and more than half polled admit concern “about the overall accumulation of personal information about them “by […] law enforcement, government, […] and other groups,” though “they accept it as an unavoidable modern phenomenon” (Hirsh). The question is, how far is too far to trust the government with the collection, proper storage, and usage of this information....   [tags: personal information, citizens, governemnt]

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Fine Motor Olympics Reflection Paper

- Fine Motor Olympics Reflection For the Fine Motor Olympics, the Cleveland group went to Valley View Elementary School to a first-grade class. As a group, I do believe that we worked well together. Amy Stinnett arranged the meeting as she used to work at the facility. Ariel McFadden created the power point to show the teacher at the school and to teach the students and faculty at Chattanooga State. Brian, Philip, and I were the presenters of the three various group levels to the children. We all collaborated together to bring the needed materials to both the children and to the college at Chattanooga State....   [tags: The Child, Child, Activity]

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The Dangers Of The Internet

- The dangers of the internet Privacy is a thing of the past because of social media and the internet. Every day millions of people fall victim to identity theft, fraud and are put in danger. This is because of how many people carelessly post all their information online as well as companies tracking it. The information that people post and companies track include locations, plans, and even addresses. This information is private yet now more than ever it is easily accessed online because of what we post and where we post it....   [tags: Identity theft, Privacy, Internet]

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Creating A New Racial Order

- In the book ‘Creating a New Racial Order’, the authors Hochschild, Weaver & Bruch place the argument that a new racial order is emerging in the United States, and that it is the consequence of an increasing heterogeneity between and within the racial & ethnic groups. The authors use typology of categories, classification of individuals, relative positions of groups, permission and prohibitions controlled by the state, and the social relations within and between groups as a framework to analyze and explain this argument....   [tags: Race, Ethnic group, Race, Sociology]

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Concept of Ethical Issues

- The term Ethics is typically correlated with morality; the concept between what is right and what is wrong. Ethic’s is something we come across in our everyday lives for example; going to the supermarket and trying a free sample and then feeling compelled to buy the item just because you tried that free sample. In the Oxford Dictionaries online (2013), Ethics is defined as “moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour or the conducting of an activity.” You then need to consider what is classified as the right behaviour or wrong behaviour; this will be dependent on the individual, the government or the religion you follow....   [tags: morality, right and wrong, government]

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Commercialization of Organ Transplant

-   In the era of science and technology organ transplant has become important part of the treatment. Transplantation of organs from one body to other body provides better health and treatment. Transplantation of organs is also important for us because it reduce continuous medicine cost. Besides few disadvantage like matching problem organ transplant holds many advantages. Many people donate their organs in order to help their beloved ones or any needy person. Lately donation of organs specially to help needy people has increased....   [tags: health, business, ethics]

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The Role of Desdemona in Shakespeare’s Othello

- The Role of Desdemona in Shakespeare’s Othello In Othello’s society only men made decisions. Thus, in Othello, the title character and other male characters drive the plot, leaving the women to deal with the consequences. Desdemona’s role in the play shows the way the male-dominated society treats women. Desdemona and Othello have just eloped at the beginning of the play. The first run-in with Desdemona is with her father, Brabantio. He asks her about her duties as a daughter, and she responds saying her duty as a wife now supercedes her former place....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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