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Effects Of Technology On Publication Industry

- Effects of Technology on Publication Today, the development of the publication industry is vulnerable to the growing impact of technology. Contemporary technology affects the publication industry in terms of internal business processes, consumer behavior and the nature of business. Such issues as growing impact of information technologies and rise of online publication, the decrease consumer interest in print media, the wide introduction of new technology and automation in the publication industry, and many others influence consistently the development of the publishing industry....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Mass media]

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Selective Publication

- Publication bias is, “the tendency on the part of investigators, reviewers, and editors to submit or accept manuscripts for publication based on the direction or strength of the study findings” (Dickersin, 1990). It is also called the “file-drawer effect” because it is taught unpublished results being tucked in file cabinets by researchers could cause invalid meta-analysis of that research (Scargle, 1999). Many studies confirm publication bias is a serious issue such as the study by Oregon Health and Science university researchers which examined the trail approval process for 12 separate antidepressants submitted to the FDA (Turner, 2008)....   [tags: Publication Bias, File Drawer Effect]

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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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Popular News Publication and Academic Journal

- Academic journal is a periodical devoted to disseminating original research and commentary on current developments in a specific discipline, sub discipline, or field of study usually published in quarterly, bimonthly, or monthly issues sold by subscription (Reitz, 2007). Popular new publication are contrary from the academic journal even it also is one type of serials but it cover on current news or stories which written by the journalist or not an expert in that particular field with the purpose of give information about certain subject or issues....   [tags: compare, contrast]

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Popular News Publication and Academic Journal

- Information can be manipulated in the variety forms. The information format in both popular news publication and in an academic journal is slightly differs, but in term of its information content, it has several similarities even its come from different authors’ background. Popular news publication or also known as popular magazine, include recreational, news and opinion magazines. Recreational magazines are written for general entertainment. Example of recreational magazine is The Malaysian Women’s Weekly....   [tags: compare, contrast, comparison, journalism]

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The Rhetorical Analysis Of Alexander 's Publication

- Through her appeals to emotion and credibility, as well as the exigency with which she writes with, author Michelle Alexander attempts to communicate to the reader the misconception that racism and segregation have been eradicated from modern American society. She gears her argument specifically toward the criminal justice system. She also expands upon the belief that there exists a racial caste system in the United States today. Her appeal to emotion helps her communicate the struggles of Black-Americans to the reader, allowing them to empathize with these individuals and the daily hardships they experience due to the society’s perception of them....   [tags: United States, African American, Law, Police]

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The Church: An Analysis of The Rerum Novarum Publication

- Introduction In this essay I will identify the issues which brought about this papal encyclical in 1891, specifically the social conditions of people, resulting from industrialisation and the church’s Christological role in declaring human dignity in terms of God’s plan for mankind. I will set out the historical position in Britain in this late Victorian era within the context of European radical political upheaval, as part of the need for reform and a response from the Church....   [tags: reform, religious duty]

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Differences between Popular News Publication and Academic Journal

- Information can be manipulated in the variety forms. The information format in both popular news publication (Article A) and in an academic journal (Article B) is slightly differs, but in term of its information content, it has several similarities even its come from different authors’ background. Article A also known as popular magazine and usually it include recreational, news and opinion magazines. Recreational magazines are written for general entertainment. Example of recreational magazine is The Malaysian Women’s Weekly....   [tags: Article Analysis ]

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Not for Publication Chris Masters- Expository analysis

- Not For Publication “Journalists are given the privilege of shared access to the first draft of history, and some responsibility to make sense of it.”(NFP) The light that Chris masters sheds on the ethics and responsibility of investigative journalism in relation to the public and on whom the report on is explored in Not for publication. Masters’ expository discourse develops the common ‘essential objective is profit rather that saving the world.” Masters first hand experience and unearthing of the true facets that are todays investigative media, is more sinister than one would expect....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Publication of Uncle Tom’s Cabin

- The Publication of Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, has been widely identified as the most influential American novel in the country’s history. Books have, of course, always had the power to bring about great social change, and the widespread distribution of Uncle Tom’s Cabin gave a vivid image of Southern life, particularly the mistreatment of slaves, to the entire country. While slavery was previously an issue between slaveholders and abolitionists, the moral outrage caused by Uncle Tom’s Cabin went a long way towards bringing the slavery debate to the forefront of the entire American consciousness....   [tags: Harriet Beecher Stowe Uncle Tom Cabin essays]

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Publication of Charlotte Bronte’s Shirley

- Publication of Charlotte Bronte’s Shirley Background on Charlotte Bronte Maria Brandwell Bronte gave birth to Charlotte, her third child out of six within the span of seven years, on April 12, 1816 in Bradford, Yorkshire. Charlotte began her schooling at the Clergy Daughter’s School on August 10, 1824, but due to harsh conditions at the school she returned after only one year. Upon returning home she was schooled by her aunt, and then attended Roe Head in 1831. Charlotte struggled finding an occupation that she enjoyed....   [tags: Essays Papeers]

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Why the court should have the right to impose a publication ban in Canada

- Publication bans have been a part of the Criminal Code since 1988. A publication ban is a court law that prohibits trial information from leaving the case. Since these bans were first introduced in Canada, they have become a very useful tool in Common Law. These bans have been frequently used over the years for many purposes including avoiding the risk of adverse consequences to participants and for more accurate trial procedures. Having publication bans are beneficial, in every which-way, than not....   [tags: Jurisprudence, Equity]

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Analysis of a Story in the Newspaper

- Introduction ‘News media investigate, analyze, and report to stakeholder publics on issues and event s that occur around the globe in a twenty-four-hour, 365-day news cycle’ (Richard,2007:98). Because of the way news media works, we know what is happening in the world and we can have ‘connection’ to other places. With new media arising, the information transmission process become even faster. Though new media is getting more prevalent, still, a considerable amount of people rely on one of the traditional news media – newspaper....   [tags: Media Publication]

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The Bottled Water, Go Away, And Make A Recommendation For Or Against Publication

- Johnson 's Bottled water, go away I am writing in response to your request that I analyze Johnson 's "Bottled water, go away" and make a recommendation for or against publication in The Shorthorn. I have analysed Johnson 's rhetorical appeals and determined that the contents of her article are very relevant to The Shorthorn readers. I recommend this article to be published in The Shorthorn because it discusses bottled water and relates that with environment and health. Johnson 's claim, reasons, evidence, ethos, logos, pathos, counterargument are very relevant for readers of The Shorthorn....   [tags: Bottled water, Drinking water, Tap water, Bottle]

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The Publication of the HeLa Cell Genome: Henrietta Lacks and Cervical Cancer

- Henrietta Lacks, better known as HeLa to scientists around the world, is an African-American woman who unknowingly changed the course of medicine and science. On February 5, 1951, Dr. Howard Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital, diagnosed Henrietta with cervical cancer. A few days later on February 8, 1951, Henrietta underwent her first radiation treatment for the cervical cancer. The doctors, without Henrietta's permission, took two samples from her cervix: one from the tumor, and one from the healthy cervical tissue....   [tags: dna, medical research]

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History of Woman's Rights rooted in Mary Wolfstonecraft's Publication Vindication of the Rigts of Women

- While the issue of women’s suffrage has roots based in every country in the world, most think that the initial inroads were painfully carved through the efforts of early women pioneers in America. This perception is easily formed due to the early publication of Mary Wollstonecraft’s Vindication of the Right’s of Women in 1792. However, the movement gained national attention in New Zealand in 1893 and in Australia in 1902, eclipsing the suffrage movement in Britain, Canada and America by at least 25 years....   [tags: suffrage, rights, movement]

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Preventing The Distribution Of A Student Newspaper

- Is it morally right to prevent the distribution of a student newspaper because some students found an opinion piece offensive. A student newspaper funded by the students has obligations to inform its readers on current events as well as be a platform for the student body to offer up opinions worthy of discourse. If students feel these obligations are not being met appropriately they have the right to call the paper’s funding into question, but students do not have the right to prevent its distribution....   [tags: Newspaper, Publishing, Publication, Agreement]

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Impact Of Advertising On National Magazines

- When it comes to magazine advertising, most small, local business owners think of the large, glossy, national publications chock full of flashy big brand ads. They make the assumption that their business has no business advertising right alongside the big shots, especially since their target audience is within a 100 mile radius. But this simply isn’t the case. The truth is, many national magazines have local sections that are aimed at smaller, regional businesses. Who Should Consider Advertising in National Magazines....   [tags: Advertising, Magazine, Publication]

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Technology Is A World Of Constant Change

- Nowadays, society is experiencing a world of constant change. New ideas are always emerging and every aspect of the daily life is being updated by technology. From the very start of the day, people is surrounded by media, internet, personals computers, and phones; occasionally without being aware that all those activities and uses fall down to the Information, communication and technology (I.C.T) term. This term is often associated with elaborate technology and expensive machines but I.C.T. also covers basic areas and conventional technologies such as phones and Televisions technology....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Academic publishing]

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The Best Digital Magazine Software Free

- After deciding that I wanted to set up an online magazine, I had to figure out the best digital magazine software free alternative that I could use. I looked over my options and learned that Yumpu had a free plan that I could take advantage of. While the site also has a paid version that gives you access to more of their features, for getting started, I just needed the basic version, and that is what I used. What I Liked The greatest benefit of using this site is how they place an emphasis on optimizing your magazine with the search engines....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Customer service]

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Analysis Of Cinco Puntos Press Has Made An Effort Over The Years

- Cinco Puntos Press has made an effort over the years to diversify the book market in America by publishing works that represent the experience of marginalized communities in the U.S. / Mexico border region. They are partners with a nationwide organization called, We Need Diverse Books (WNDB), which strives to diversify the book industry in and out. In other words, they are trying to improve the representation of different groups of people, mostly minorities, in books as well as getting more people from diverse backgrounds working in the publishing business....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Literature, Human]

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Why Lee Is The Spokesperson For Ms. Lee

- Ms. Nelle Lee is the author of “To kill a Mockingbird” which is a very famous 20th century novel. Recently “Go Set a Watchman” which is a sequel to her previous book was controversially published. Lee is very old and in bad health. Some people believe she never wanted “Go set a Watchman” published. Other people thought that she did want this book published. One of these people is her lawyer Tonja Carter. Carter is the spokesperson for Ms. Lee since Lee is mostly deaf and blind. The people who believe Lee did not want this book published believe Carter is manipulating her in order to make more money off the new book....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Mass media]

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Reporting The Findings from Research

- Reporting the findings from research is an essential part of the research process (Meadows, 2008). After a study is complete, researchers usually write a paper to present research findings. The paper might be sent to a scientific journal to be considered for publication or presented at some conference. Indispensable prerequisite for the publication is to ensure the appropriate audience by choice of relevant publisher. As some journals (e.g., Strategic Management Society) accept only 10% - 30% (Henderson, 2010) of submissions it might be reasonable to check their Call for Papers Section (Strategic Management Society [SMS], 2011) or Domain Statement (Academy of Management Journal [AMJ], 2011)...   [tags: publication, scientific journal]

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The Newspaper: From Press to Pixels

- The newspaper, the iconic distributor of the world’s knowledge is an integral part of our everyday life. From the first hand written newspaper to the influential forth estate, its evolution through the progression of modernity and innovations in the printing press have created a globalized society as information has become far more accessible(Park 275). The newspaper industry is at a transitional point in its life as it needs to adapt to ensure its survival in the future as readership levels drop staggeringly....   [tags: innovation, information, digital publication]

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Mae Ngai 's Reforming Immigration For Good, And Offer My Recommendation For Or Against Publication

- I am writing in response to your request that I analyze Mae Ngai’s “Reforming Immigration for Good,” and offer my recommendation for or against publication. After reading Ngai’s document, in my opinion, I believe that UTA students will find the article interesting. Ngai’s Piece is very interesting because it addresses a reoccurring problem and can easily be made into a controversial debate. I recommend that UTA students should read the article because it has a different approach than what most people view on Immigration laws; however, I believe that UTA students will disagree with Ngai’s viewpoint of improving the immigration laws which will allow for more immigrants to apply for citizenshi...   [tags: Immigration to the United States]

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A Magazine By Joseph Turow

- A magazine, according to Joseph Turow in Media Today, is a collection of materials (stories, ads, poems, and other items,) that their editors believe will interest their audience. These collections of materials have been around since the 17th century. As stated in lecture on April 6th, 2016, the first magazine was published in Germany in 1663 and was called Edifying Monthly Discussions. The magazine industry in America took a little while longer to catch on. The first magazine, American Magazine, was published by Andrew Bradford in 1741....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Accessible publishing]

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The Composition and Publication History of Samuel T. Coleridge's Kubla Khan

- The Myth of Fragmentation - The Composition and Publication History of Samuel T. Coleridge's Kubla Khan Although the exact date remains unknown, it is believed that Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote his poem Kubla Khan sometime in the fall of 1797 and began revisions of it in the early spring of 1798. Interestingly, although no original manuscript has been found, the Crewe Manuscript of Kubla Khan was discovered in 1934. Currently, the Crewe Manuscript is the earliest know version of Kubla Khan and is believed to have been written around 1810....   [tags: Coleridge Kubla Khan Essays]

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The Influence Of Digital Technology On Print Publishing

- Chris Garfield GAR14437540 MA Publishing Unit 1.1 The Influence of Digital Technologies on Print Publishing The publishing industry has experienced massive changes over the past decade. With the introduction and development of digital technologies, publishers have had to learn to adapt their methods and embrace these advances. Books and magazines are no longer bought solely at book stores, read only through physical copies and the way we market and distribute a publication has migrated mostly online, causing the traditional publishing model to be skewed....   [tags: Publishing, Publication, Printing, Self-publishing]

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The New Negro History

- The New Negro History “….We form a spoke in the human wheel, and it is necessary that we should understand our dependence on the different parts, and their on us, in order to perform our part with propriety.” This excerpt from the first Negro newsletter was written by John Russwurm and made a bold statement to how unparalleled the Negro community is to America. Portraying the many changes the Negro Community has come through, life for the new Negro was advanced but nowhere near luxurious. Written in 1957, John Hope Franklin was born in Oklahoma....   [tags: Publication History African American]

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The European Union's Immense Publications on the Specificity of Sport

- Introduction It is notable that the European Union has an extensive record in the field of sport. This is highlighted by the presence of several arguments on the different laws on sports. In fact, the ASSER international sports center made a publication (a book) with 900 pages of selected policy and legal documents on sports. Another publication with 900 pages was put on the center’s website to help in clarifying the meaning of the term specificity of sports. This publications covered topics such as general policy character, broadcasting, doping, sports funding, discrimination, competition customs, and diplomas....   [tags: social, economy, laws]

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Formatting Requirements for Publications

- Formatting Requirements for Publications Abstract. In this paper, we describe the formatting requirements for CSCL 2005 publications, and we offer a number of suggestions on writing style for the worldwide CSCL readership. These instructions pertain to the published component of submissions only. Some submissions may require other documentation in addition to the published paper. Keywords: Guidelines, formatting instructions, author's kit, conference publications INTRODUCTION The CSCL 2005 Proceedings will provide a persistent record of the conference, published in both CD-ROM and paper formats....   [tags: Publishing Papers]

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Different Music Publications

- Different Music Publications Smash Hits: This publication is aimed at 10-14 year old girls as it contains the types of music that they like such as Steps and Westlife. This type of publication contains interviews, reviews, competitions, charts and the latest pop 'gossip'. They would also give away 'freebies' to help entice the youngsters. Top of the Pops: This type of publication is aimed at a range of people, from 10 year olds to 14 year olds as it contains the types of artists are in to, for instance, from Britney Spears to Gareth Gates....   [tags: Papers]

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How Ethnic Publications Like The Weekly Challenger And El Diario Ny

- Through this assignment, I explore how ethnic publications like The Weekly Challenger and El Diario NY, compare to a mainstream publication like the New York Daily News when it comes to advertisements. I briefly researched how all three of these publication are able to keep publishing stories on a daily and weekly basis, especially in a time in which technology dominates the field and print editions are becoming less common . Since the turn of the century, advancement in technology have encouraged news publications to transition from print to digital....   [tags: New York City, New York, Daily News]

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Career as an Electronic Publishing Specialist

- ... The amount of experience and knowledge required for the positions is substantial; however the earnings potential increases with the amount of experience and education an electronic publications specialist has in the field. Electronic publishing specialist is a fairly new career so the salary information has been compared to desktop publishers. According to, the median annual wage for electronic publications specialist is $39,060 and a median hourly wage of $18.78. According to CIA current open positions, an electronic publishing specialist can earn from $51,630 to $74,872 per year....   [tags: electronic books, publications, databases]

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Newfound Popularity of Books From the 1900's

- ... In The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings, there are many echoes, or parts in the story were there are very similar aspects. For example, in both books there is a large group of individuals after a goal that brings forth many hardships to achieve. Also, in both stories the group goes to Rivendell, one of the Elven Fortresses, to get rest and advice. After this, both groups manage to get caught in a storm in the mountains. While The Hobbit focuses on Bilbo Baggins, the story takes place years before The Lord of The Rings’ tale....   [tags: publications, fantasy, animals]

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The Story of Newsweek Magazine

- Newsweek launched its inaugural issue on February 17, 1933, featuring a speech by Germany’s new chancellor, Adolf Hitler, as well as the election of Franklin Roosevelt. The Washington Post’s parent company acquired the magazine in the 1960’s and Newsweek became a definitive source of news analysis and opinion. It applied a liberal bent to its coverage of politics and war. Those were the days when good content was worth waiting for. Newsweek thrived in the 1960’s, giving coverage to black America and the Civil Rights movement, the counterculture in the arts and on campus, the space program and giving bylines to individual writers and critics....   [tags: successful weekly publications]

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Major Newspaper in Honduras

- Honduras found its origin as part of Spain’s empire but was freed in 1821. It was annexed for two years to Mexico and finally declared independence. It is the second largest country in Central America and has the world’s highest homicide rate at 90.4 murders per 100,000 people which is almost twice as much as its runner up, Venezuela. Three of the five dailies in Honduras, El Haraldo, La Tribuna, and El Periodico, find their headquarters located in Tegucigalpa. The English-language newspaper, Honduras This Week, is also located there....   [tags: corrupt government, writers, publications]

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Magazine Analysis

- Maclean’s is a Canadian news magazine established in 1905 by John Bayne Maclean. Distributed weekly, it is Canada’s only national current affairs magazine; it covers such matters as politics, international affairs, social issues, business and culture. On average, the magazine circulates 366,394 issues per week and has a readership of 2,753,000. 51% of readers are men and 49% are women, with an average age of 45 years old. On October 11th, 2007, Volume 120 Number 41, October 22nd, 2007 issue (Figure 1) was distributed nationally ....   [tags: Magazine Publication Analysis]

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Review Of On-line Publications

- Review of On-line Publications Because of the prevalence of the internet in today's society many thousands of papers now publish an on-line edition. It is through the use of this medium that they wish to make in roads in the communications market. It is seen as a necessary step by many because of the loss of readership due to the internet, broadcast journalism and radio. In my review I will examine an on-line edition of a newspaper from each of the continents. I will comment on some of the technical aspects each employ....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Free e-book Websites to Download for Free: A List

- FREE EBOOK WEBSITES TO DOWNLOAD FOR FREE Free eBooks need for every reader without a book reader cannot enjoy a day. Fantastic publications tends to make this innovate persons in the world. Most books are paid much amount, here the free eBooks directories. 1. Free eBooks are downloadable from numerous classes. Registered member can download five eBooks on every month. It updates the latest arrivals of eBooks. Publishers can submit the eBooks, millions of viewers accessing this platform....   [tags: publications,]

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Evolution of Newspapers, Journalism, and Its Censorships in China

- Evolution of Newspapers, Journalism and its Censorships in China As we have read many articles on the past, we have been reading about different censorships that are happening in China. It is very important to understand where China came from and how the country has developed their government, and how the totalitarianism government is and has been playing a role in the case of journalism. There are many scholars who have been studying the situations and evolutionary developments of newspapers and journalisms within China and it is important to see how these situations have developed over course of time....   [tags: government, journalism, ideologies, publications]

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The Restriction of Literature in School Libraries

- Student publications are not the only things being censored in school. The way a student chooses to express his or herself through clothing is also being censored. The school has the right to control the school environment, even if that means censoring the way a student dresses. Also the schools are allowed to enforce dress code as long as it is reasonable and the school has made it a specific rule. (Truly 9). A student from Del Norte High School was suspended for wearing sagging pants. The school’s reason for this suspension was due to a “growing gang problem.” The student named Richard Bivens was warned multiple times to not wear the sagging pants and he defied the school by wearing them a...   [tags: inappropriate content, publications]

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Skills and Intellect of President Barack Obama

- ... Issues such as race, religion, sexuality, feminism, and the constitutionality of these issues were at the forefront and a hot topic amid college campuses. While moving further away from liberalism, these influential universities where producing a generation of students that wanted an alternative to conservatism, but sought a political philosophy more revitalizing than liberalism. This political and intellectual atmosphere helped shape Obama’s intellectual and political philosophies. Through the use of Obama’s own writings, Kloppenberg constructs his theory as to President Obama’s political philosophy, the philosophy of pragmatism....   [tags: educational, publications, political]

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Historical Events in Codes and Cryptography

- Historical Events in Codes and Cryptography Introduction: Information security today is a vast field, with more money, publications, and practitioners than all of computer science had a half-century ago (Diffie, 2008). The importance of information security in today’s society is exponentially greater than even ten years ago; businesses crumble at severe security breaches, people lose their identities, and countries lose well-kept secrets. Before this security came into importance, before widespread use of computers and other devices, it was known by another name; cryptology....   [tags: Information Security, Publications, Practitioners]

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Investigation of Scholarly Publications

- To understand the writing style of the research article, which is also called “Full paper” and the most dominant and distributed style of article in my field, I would like to compare the two respectable papers from different genre in my fields (the research article and the review paper) here. These papers’ full citation is listed below this paragraph. I chose some traits representing difference of two genres; audience and purpose, title, and organization. As I thought grasping organization is important for my study, I would like to describe more detailed features about this section analyzing three segments, section, reference and citation, and table and figure....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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An Analysis of Publications on Malcom X's Assassination

- Conspiracy theories, secret societies, are phenomena’s common to all minority groups, especially among oppressed groups with a long history of injustice. Bounded by secrecy, based on exclusivity, such organizations are essentially reactionary. This paper is a convergence of three areas of inquiry; (1) the text and critiques of Alex Haley’s, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, William Sales’s, From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcolm X and the Organization of Afro-American Unity , George Breitman’s The Last Year of Malcolm X: The Evolution of a Revolutionary and Marika Sherwood’s Malcolm X Visits Abroad; (2) which of the text best solidifies the facts surrounding Malcolm X’s assassination a...   [tags: Civil Rights, Black Nationalist]

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- S.L., Roy D.,LA SELECTION DES CADRES: PRINCIPES ET PROBLÈMS CONTEMPORAINS. (MANAGERIAL SELECTION: PRINCIPLES AND CONTEMPORARY TRENDS). Monograph Series No. 11. Montreal, The University of Montreal. 1982. 165 pp. Dolan S.L., Schuler R.S., (eds): CANADIAN READINGS IN PERSONNEL AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. St.-Paul, MN. West Publishing Company 1987, 467 pp. Dolan S.L., Schuler R.S., PERSONNEL AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CANADA. St.-Paul, MN. West Publishing Company. 1987. 620 pp. Dolan S.L., Schuler R.S., Chretien L.,GESTION DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES, Montreal, EDITIONS DU TRECARRE ET EDITIONS REYNALD GOULET INC.,1988, 453 pp....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Threat of Online Publications to the Traditional Publishing Industry

- The aggregate demand of published material, both online and offline, is a fixed number. Publishers in today's mass media market face fierce competition; each customer that an online publisher wins comes at the expense of its offline counterpart. To illustrate, imagine the unequal slicing of a pumpkin pie representing market shares that vary in size. The sum of all shares, or 'slices,' adds up to the total client base. Although each publisher already owns a portion of the pie, it still covets those who have a bigger slice....   [tags: Internet Online Communication Essays]

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A Critical Review of the Introduction (pp.xi-xvi) to Cumont, Franz, Astrology Among The Greeks and Romans, New York: Dover Publications 1960 (1911)

- Introduction Franz Cumont’s introduction in Astrology and Religion Among The Greek and Romans, the Dover 1960 edition of the unabridged and unaltered original work published, by G P Putnam in 1912, is aimed at the general historical and theological audience. On reading Franz Cumont introduction it is obvious he is scathing in his comments towards the practise of astrology. Along with his contempt of the continuing growth in the belief of astrology and how, throughout humankind, intellects, academics and ordinary folk continue to show interest in it.1 It will be argued that Franz Cumont is outdated with his thoughts on the decline of astrology....   [tags: Literary Review ]

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The Legitimacy of Electronic Scholarly Publishing

- The Legitimacy of Electronic Scholarly Publishing At most institutions of higher learning in the United States and worldwide the emphasis is placed on the depth and breadth of the institution's research, at least as far as the institution's reputation and renown are concerned. An institution that does not produce much scholarly research in the form of conference activity or publication activity will not carry the same high regard as an institution which is much more involved in conference participation and publication....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Papers]

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Moral Issues Regarding Scientific Articles

- In this paper, authors focused on the most commonly moral issues that are associated with submission, review, and publication of scientific articles. These recognized ethical values in the scientific community determines rules and fundamentals proper scientific publishing away from the violation of the rights of others. The categories that were discussed in this paper include data fabrication and falsification, plagiarism, redundant and duplicate publication, conflict of interest, authorship, animal and human welfare, and reviewer responsibility....   [tags: Ethics, Morals, Categories]

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The Writings Of Karl Marx And Frederick Engels, And Henry David Thoreau

- During the 1840s and 1850s when many changes were occurring in the United States of America, the publications of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, and Henry David Thoreau came to light. These publications were seen as prescriptions for the improvement of society in America and the world. Marx (1818–1883) and Engels (1820–1895) published the document The Manifesto of the Communist Party in 1848. According to Leon Trotsky, a Russian revolutionary, the young authors, Marx 29, Engels 27 at the time, were able to look further into the future than anyone before them, and perhaps anyone since them (Marx 123)....   [tags: Karl Marx, Marxism, Socialism, Communism]

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The Relationship Between Scientists And Biological Big Data

- With the constant and massive increase of biological information, efficient access to useful information and production of knowledge are an increasing challenge for successful research processes. Most current research efforts focus on making data “machine-friendly”, but while this is essential for big-scale computations and predictions, the decision making and true discovery processes still heavily rely on the human processing of data. My interest is mainly focused on the development of new approaches in order to redefine the relationship between researchers and biological Big Data....   [tags: Research, Academic publishing, Data, Biology]

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The United States Involvement During The Vietnam War

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The Risk of Innovations in the Publishing Industry

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The Malaysian Sedition Act of 1948

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The United States Federal Government’s Censure of Scientific Information

- “How and why is it that I do not describe my method for remaining underwater and how long I can remain there without coming up for air. I do not wish to divulge or publish this because of the evil nature of men, who might use it for murder on the sea-bed.” – Leonardo Da Vinci [1]. The process of scientific publication, through which new discoveries are presented to the scientific community and public, is a vital element of the search for knowledge. The methodical approach latent within scientific inquiry across disciplines is the key to innovation....   [tags: censorship]

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- In recent discussions of the decline of printed newspapers in the digital era, a controversial issue has been made in regards to the factors that contribute towards the recession. On the one hand, some argue that the increase usage of technologies resulted in the downfall of print journalism. From this perspective, it could be argued that the increase reliance on technologies influence in the depreciation of newspapers. On the other hand, however, others argue that it was the stoppage of advertisement for print publications that causes the downfall....   [tags: Newspaper, Mass media, Journalism, Advertising]

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Bill of Rights

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Science and Fraud: Is Self-Correction of Scientific Fraud the Answer?

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Comparative Study of Traditional and Online Degree Programs

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Freedom of Speech in the School System: Rights for Dean and Students

- ... In violating the dean’s demands, I have violated a reasonable school policy, which constitutes a valid reason for disciplinary action. Assuming that I have been previously communicated of the existence of the new policy, there is enough evidence to prove my violation was intentional. Regarding the first situation in question, my rights have not been infringed upon. The second problem stems from my planned participation on a student rally to protest an increase in tuition. Contrary to an editorial in the school newspaper, a speech delivered at a non-school event – even if it takes place on school premises – does not constitute school-sponsored speech (Poling)....   [tags: Editorial, Opinion, Ammendments]

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A Portrait of Ethical Issues in Clinical and Counseling Psychology

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The Enactment Of The Racial Discrimination Act Of 1975

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The Effect of Electronic Journals on Scholarly Communication

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Terrorism and the Economy

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The Future Of Journalism And The Media Industry

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Social Media And Its Impact On Society

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The Dimensions Of Critical Care Nursing

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United States Cultural Influences On Belize

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Types Of Debt And Its Regulations

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The Categorical Approach Of Clinical Certainty

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A Report On Horse And Rider

- Welcome Ms. Smith to Farnam. I hope this email and publication finds you in great health and love of your new job. I have written this publication analysis for you in hopes that you would be able to gain knowledge by studying this information as much as you like. I hope after reading this publication you will become more familiar with our area of agriculture. The item that I will be discussing today in this analysis is the March 2012 issue of Horse & Rider, which is the magazine that holds a high significance of publication for our company and product....   [tags: Advertising, Magazine]

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