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Respond to the work of Horst Faas

- In this essay I am going to respond the work of Horst Faas, a German photojournalist who was most famous for his documentary photography during the Vietnam War (1956-1975). Horst Faas captured these images by being in the middle of the action and following troops and Vietnamese civilians who where caught in the middle of all the conflict. His photography has shown the rest of the world the horror, fear and bravery from civilians and soldiers who lived through this traumatic time. I feel the images Horst Faas captured each tells a powerful story therefore I have chose a number of his images to analyse and look further into....   [tags: Vietnam War, photojournalism, photography]

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Adversities of Life: How to Respond

- The definition of struggling is to: make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint or constriction. All people go through struggle at one point or another in their lives, regardless wealth, religion, or ethnicity. What truly defines how benevolent one is, is how they respond to the adversity that they face. For example, the death of a loved one, a spouse cheating on the other spouse, a sinful act, or perhaps undeserved humiliation are all applicable. Throughout The Scarlet Letter three characters encounter a desperate struggle, each commits a different sin, and each character handles their unique struggle in a different manner....   [tags: sin, evil, adultery]

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Reading And Respond : Development

- Module 3 1. Read and Respond: Development Please respond to the following questions on Chapters 17-24 of the course text as well as the article "Made with Play: Game-based Learning Resources," linked above. a. Study the Kinetic Scale in Chapter 17. How does this scale help you to have a deeper understanding of child development, and how will the scale help you to customize your lessons and activities for the age of the students with whom you work. I was able to connect with this well-organized, concise chart....   [tags: Education, Developmental psychology, Child]

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How to Recognize and Respond to Hallucinations and Delusions

- Hallucinations and Delusions are the hallmark symptoms of psychosis. A person in psychosis experiences reality very differently from the general population. The juxtaposition of a person in psychosis and a person not in psychosis often leads to feelings of great discomfort, fear, confusion, and stress for both parties. Whether from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, brain injury, or the increased use of drugs such as crystal methamphetamine, experiencing these symptoms in some form is not entirely uncommon....   [tags: Mental Health ]

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Children With Disabilities : How Families Respond

- Children Born with Disabilities: How Families Respond It 's a lifelong adjustment for parents who has a child or children with a disability. Not only do the parents need adjusting but it also takes the child 's siblings to adjust as well. In order to understand the child , families must learn to accept and tolerate him or her. Parents who are expecting often dream of having a healthy baby, One who shares the same features and values . But when a child is born very different from their parent and is born with a disability , how is the parents supposed to cope and build a loving bond with their child....   [tags: Sibling, Family, Parent, Emotion]

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How People Respond to Interpersonal Rejections

- The desire for positive social relationships is one of the most fundamental and universal human needs. This need has a deep root in evolutionary history in relation to mating and natural selection and this can exert a powerful impact on contemporary human psychological processes (Baumeister & Leary 1995). Failure to satisfy these needs can bear devastating consequences on the psychological well being of an individual. These needs might not be satisfied as rejection, isolation, and ostracism occurs on a daily basis to people....   [tags: Ostracism]

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The Core Teachings of Impermanence and How We Respond to Change

- The Core Teachings of Impermanence and How We Respond to Change "Impermanent, subject to change, are component things. Strive on with heedfulness!" This was the final admonition of the Buddha Gotama to his disciples. (Piyadassi Thera) Siddhatta Gotama who is also known as “Buddha,” was the founder of Buddhism. “Buddha” is a general term for a person who has attained enlightenment. At the age of 35, Siddhatta Gotama had gained his enlightenment through meditation under a Bodhi tree. Through the years after being enlightened, Buddha had spent the rest of his life teaching....   [tags: Religion]

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What all Buyers Respond to the 21st Century

- What all Buyers Respond to the 21st Century If you were an old school sales guy, you might be wondering if you are in Alice in Wonderland and have slipped down the rabbit hole. Well, not exactly. All you need to know is that the buyer has changed as well as the tools they use. The reality has shifted in a number of ways, but there are still plenty of decision influencers that would fit the profile of male, middle-aged and on the borderline of being a Luddite. And yes, it’s till okay to sell to them....   [tags: Marketing]

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The Amazing Cell

- ... It is made up of a phospholipid bilayer with many embedded molecules such as cholesterol, glycolipids, and various forms of proteins. The bilayer and its embedded molecules preserve a balance between the intracellular and the extracellular fluids. The process where chemical energy of molecules in food is released and partially captured in the form of Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is called Cellular respiration. Fats, proteins, and carbohydrates can be utilized as fuels in cellular respiration....   [tags: communication, respond, traits]

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Responses to School Shootings: How Teachers, Students, Law Enforcement, and EMS Respond

- Preparing and planning only go so far, the response to a school shooting is something most are not prepared to deal with. Teachers, faculty, and students normally do not receive formal training on how to respond to a shooting in their school and are not prepared for the high risk situation. Although there are steps that can be taken in order to lessen the severity of the situation should it occur, many students, teachers, and staff are not fully aware of them and ready to put the actions in place....   [tags: school shooting, rapid deployment, gun control]

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Contemporary Society Has Done Enough to Respond to the Legacies of Historical Globalization

- Criteria: What acts have actually been made to respond to the legacies of historical globalization. How have these effects been made in trying to respond to historical globalization. What has changed since then. What has not changed. Position: I disagree that contemporary society has done enough to respond to the legacies of historical globalization for many reasons. Reasons: Some of the reasons I think this statement is not true are, even thought society has improved since historical times, society still has many problems and is nowhere near being a perfect world and fixing every flaw....   [tags: problems, changed, legacies, reasons, illegal]

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How Should The Criminal Justice System Respond? The Issue Of Self Produced Pornography?

- How should the criminal justice system respond to the issue of self-produced pornography. There are many ways in which the criminal justice system can effectively respond to and address the issue of self-produced pornography, this includes: educating the public especially the younger population/audience, enforcing and implementing new or current laws, and viewing previous research and studies related to this topic. Before explaining each reason thoroughly, one must understand the term "self-produced pornography," which in this century with technologies often is referred to as "sexting." However, sexting is when an individual takes a photo(s) of themself and sends them to someone, such as fri...   [tags: Crime, Criminal justice, Law, Sex offender]

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Operational Strategies That Management May Use to Respond to Influences on Operations

- ... By outsourcing, Qantas is able to significantly reduce costs and maintain it’s competitive advantage. However this advantage also has a draw back, hundreds of engineers have also been cut from their jobs and have had their jobs given to people overseas. This puts a bad reputation on the name of the business as an Australian business will cut jobs from Australian workers and supple foreign workers with jobs. Families and friends of these workers may feel resentment towards Qantas and choose to travel with another airline instead resulting in a loss of customers....   [tags: process, business, success, adapt]

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We Have NOT Done Enough to Respond to the Legacies of Historical Globalization

- From what I have learned so far it appears that contemporary society has responded to the legacies of historical globalization, yet it hasn’t done quite enough to satisfy the concerned and affected. I would have to disagree to this statement, there are still some problems I believe needing to be addressed. Reasoning I have chosen the position of disagree because although contemporary society has responded to legacies of historical globalization, I think we haven’t done enough yet. Although we have definitely moved away from a Eurocentric perspective there are definitely some undertones that remain evident in our everyday society over almost all countries....   [tags: Legacies of Historical Globalization]

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Social Criticism : How Does Literature From Different Cultures Respond?

- Social Criticism: How does literature from different cultures respond to such social problems as slavery. Slavery is said to have begun about ten thousand years ago with the development of farming. People became slaves when they were prisoners of war, criminals or people that couldn’t pay their debts. The first known slaves were Sumerian society, which is now know and Iraq, more than five thousand years ago. Slavery has existed everywhere, china, India, England, Africa, and the Midwest. As trade and industry began and prosper there was a higher demand for slaves, people to the work, and deliver the products....   [tags: Slavery, Slavery in the United States]

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How Social Experiences Influence the way Individuals Respond Socially and Biologically

- There are various factors that influence our day-to-day reactions and perceptions. This myriad of events, occurring daily, affects many of our psychological and biological functions. In a related study, Cohen et al. (1996) explored how social experiences such as background and culture can influence the way individuals respond socially and biologically. They compared northern and southern responses to aggressive stimuli (a shove followed by the verbal insult “asshole”). Not only did the researchers predict hostility in the southern participants, but they also observed a measurable change in physiological processes such as increased testosterone and cortisol levels....   [tags: culture, perceptions, cohen]

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A Frame Is A Lens Through Which The Individuals Perceive, Interpret, And Respond

- A frame is basically a lens through which the individuals perceive, interpret, and respond to a certain situation. Nikki is in the process in preparing for the meeting that Michelle initiated to discuss her issues about her recently changed work schedule. However, Michelle’s emotions have become negative about how she feels about the new change to her work schedule by her boss Nikki. Since Nikki has had some negative attitudes with some of her problem employee’s, she is considering Michelle’s interest and wants to begin problem solving with her to help keep their relationship positive....   [tags: Contract, Negotiation, Problem solving, Need]

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How Do Implicit Attitudes Influence How We Respond to Other?

- How do implicit attitudes influence how we respond to Other. Individuals’ mechanical systems for evaluating the world developed over the course of evolutionary history. Such mental operations provide tools for understanding the circumstances, assessing the important concepts, and heartening behavior without having to think or actually thinking at all. These automated preferences are called implicit attitudes. “Implicit attitude is defined as unacknowledged attitudes external to a person’s awareness which nonetheless have measurable effects on people’s response times to stimulations” (Grinnell, 2009)....   [tags: social psychology, behavior, attitude]

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How Christians Respond to the Variety of Christian Festivals

- How Christians Respond to the Variety of Christian Festivals There are many festivals for us to respond to and the first festival is Christmas. The festival of Christmas is a time when we remember the birth of Jesus and how he died for us. During Christmas and the time leading up to it we change our attitudes and behaviour towards people who are in need of help or care e.g. the poor. We do this by giving food to the school hamper or raising money for charity. We also change our lifestyles by doing things we normally wouldn’t, like try to be more friendly towards people we may not like or just be more friendly in general....   [tags: Papers]

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How Blake and Wordsworth Respond to Nature in their Poetry

- How Blake and Wordsworth Respond to Nature in their Poetry What natural influences did Blake and Wordsworth respond to in their poetry. Blake and Wordsworth were under different influences stemming from their childhood. Wordsworth's pleasant and simplistic life style in the country, contrasted with the harsh reality of life experienced by Blake in the City of London. This essay analyses how both poets expressed their very different views of London through their use of themes, word devices, structure and tone....   [tags: Papers]

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How Blake And Wordsworth Respond To Nature in Their Poetry

- How Blake And Wordsworth Respond To Nature in Their Poetry This essay will examine how Blake and Wordsworth respond to nature and other influences in their poetry. The poems that shall be analysed are A Poison Tree, Holy Thursday, London, Daffodils, Composed Upon Westminster Bridge and The World Is Too Much With Us. Each poem will be analysed individually then compared to other poems. William Blake and William Wordsworth are both Romantic poets....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploring the Different Ways Christians May Respond to Abortion

- Exploring the Different Ways Christians May Respond to Abortion There are two main views taken by Christians on the issue of abortion. One is the absolutist's view, which reflects the Roman Catholic teachings, which say that abortion is never justified under any circumstances. This can also be described as the sanctity of life argument. If the foetus is handicapped the parents have the choice to abort the baby or not. A Roman Catholic would say that the foetus should not be destroyed for any reason....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Pharmacogenetics and the Way in which People Respond to Drugs.

- PHARMACOGENOMICS INTRODUCTION Pharmacogenomics is the study of how an individual's genetic inheritance affects the body's response to drugs. The term comes from the words pharmacology and genomics and is thus the intersection of pharmaceuticals and genetics. Pharmacogenomics holds the promise that drugs might one day be tailor-made for individuals and adapted to each person's own genetic makeup. Environment, diet, age, lifestyle, and state of health all can influence a person's response to medicines, but understanding an individual's genetic makeup is thought to be the key to creating personalized drugs with greater efficacy and safety....   [tags: essays research papers]

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How Should We Respond to Global Warming?

- How Should We Respond to Global Warming.   A few days ago, while basking in the warmth of winter, a friend asked me about Global Warming and what exactly the problems were with a rise in temperature. He seemed to have no problem with a 75 degree day in the middle of March and wanted to know what all the fuss is about. I tried to answer his question by concisely summing up the evidence for global warming and the potential hazards of an increase in global temperature–surprisingly, I could not think of a decent response....   [tags: Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases]

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Comparing How Two Midwestern Towns Respond to Immigration

- How Two Midwestern Towns Respond to Immigration   The phrase, "small Midwestern towns," often brings to mind an unfortunate stereotype in the minds of big-city urbanites: mundane, backward people in a socially unappealing and legally archaic setting. Small Midwestern towns, however, are not all the hovels of provincial intellect that they are so frequently made out to be. The idiosyncrasies each of them possesses are lost on those who have never taken more than a passing glance at them. After living in two small towns, I have developed an appreciation for their unique respective qualities....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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A Plan to Help Prevent, Mitigate, Respond and Recover from an Extremist Incident in a College Campus

- Active shooter, a term that is all too often heard on the campuses across our great country. It’s a student, parent, administrator, faculty and members of the community’s worst nightmare come true. Someone has entered the campus with a loaded firearm, has an objective and wreaks violent, unforgiving havoc on innocent victims. It has become a growing epidemic as well as a growing concern for school administration, faculty and students, as well as law enforcement. The need for an Active Shooter Emergency Plan is at its highest....   [tags: school shootings]

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How Organizations Respond And Threats, Using The Situational Crisis Communication Theory By Coombs ( 2007 )

- Examine how organisations respond to threats, using the Situational Crisis Communication Theory by Coombs (2007) William Coombs, an American professor from the Nicholson School of Communication in America produced the Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT) in 2007. This strategic framework for crisis managers provided the ability to analyse both reputational threat and the effect stakeholders have from response strategies on their business. According to the Oxford Dictionary the definition of threat states “A statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on someone in retribution for something done or not done” (Oxford Dictionary, 2015)....   [tags: Management, Business ethics, Case study]

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How Judges Should Properly Respond And Treat Criminal Attempts Within The Realm Of Early English Common Law

- The quandary of how judges should properly respond and treat criminal attempts within the realm of early English Common Law can be traced back to two philosophers, known as Plato and Henry of Bracton (Samaha, 2013). While they both had their influence on common law, each man had a dissimilar view of how criminal attempts should be treated. Plato believed that if a person had the intention to commit a crime that he or she should be treated as if the crime was completed regardless if they succeeded or not (Samaha, 2013)....   [tags: Criminal law, Crime, Law, Common law]

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How to Respond to an Emergency

- My colleague and I received an emergency call at 03.40hrs to reports of a two-vehicle road traffic collision. Once on the scene it was confirmed as a high-speed collision. I was given a brief handover from the lead paramedic who was dealing with a patient that had sustained serious deceleration injuries due to the mechanisms involved. The paramedic stated,” the patient is mechanically trapped we have to wait for the fire service to cut him free”. Our priority at this stage was to prevent further deterioration of the patient and to promote his recovery by means of reassurance, pain relief in addition to treating the various injuries that he had sustained....   [tags: health, paramedic]

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Exploring How Roman Catholics May Respond to Problems in Their Families

- Exploring How Roman Catholics May Respond to Problems in Their Families It is becoming increasingly harder in the Roman Catholic family because of new and old problems devolving within the Roman Catholic family such as abortion, divorce and contraception. The Catholic religion is being replaced by television, night clubs and drugs. I think the biggest problem that Catholics are struggling to deal with is abortion. It can be difficult for Catholics and their religion because of society’s ways such as Sunday trading which breaks one of the commandments “Keep the Sabbath day holy” but because of society this tradition has been pushed away....   [tags: Papers]

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How Does Stevenson Intend His Readers to Respond to Dr Jekyll and Mr

- How Does Stevenson Intend His Readers to Respond to Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. What Methods Does He Use to Bring About These Responses. Robert Lewis (later changed to ‘Louis’) Stevenson was born in Edinburgh November 13th 1850, into an engineering family. Although he had been plagued with illness all his life, after inheriting tuberculosis from his mother, he enrolled at Edinburgh University to study engineering, to follow in his successful father’s footsteps. However he abandoned that road of studies and swapped to law, where he ‘passed advocate,’ although he had the education to practise law he did not follow that either, because by this time he had realised that he could and would write inste...   [tags: English Literature]

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How do William Blake and William Wordsworth respond to nature in their

- How do William Blake and William Wordsworth respond to nature in their poetry. The Romantic Era was an age, which opened during the Industrial (1800-1900) and French Revolution (1789). These ages affected the romantic poets greatly by disrupting and polluting nature. Before the Industrial Revolution, William Blake wrote about Songs of Innocence. He also wrote Songs of Experience but after the Industrial Revolution. William Wordsworth, on the other hand, continued on an optimistic route and ignored the Industrial Revolution in his poems....   [tags: English Literature]

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Using Our Imagination to Respond to Literature

- Our imaginations are perhaps the most powerful natural trait we have. Our need to create something that doesn’t exist is part of our natural human psychology. Although commonly used in wasteful ways like daydreaming and television, our imaginations are the tools we have used to begin and continue education of ourselves and one another. This has lead to the need for stories to support our morals and uphold our society. The idea is that a certain cognitive mechanism—liking stories or being good at telling stories—is present in us now because it conferred a fitness advantage in the past....   [tags: Literature, Psychology]

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Cartoonists Respond to Mass School Shootings

- When news of the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting reverberated across the country on December 14, 2012, every office, living room, and classroom was silent. The shooter, Adam Lanza, had just killed twenty-eight people, twenty of them being kids no older than ten years old (Vogel). Since this tragic event, other shootings have occurred across the nation. Massive debates and demands of congressional action over gun violence and gun control sparked over the appropriate solution. Despite pleas from President Obama to enact change, gun advocates such as the National Rifle Association (NRA) have been able to continuously deter many government officials from pursuing anti-gun laws....   [tags: Mass Shootings, School Shootings Essays]

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How Do You Respond To Mid-Term Break? What techniques does Heaney use?

- How Do You Respond To Mid-Term Break. What techniques does Heaney use. Having read the title Mid-Term Break, I assumed that the poem Having read the title ‘Mid-Term Break’, I assumed that the poem was about a student’s holiday abroad or something similar, however as I progressed through reading the play, I realized that it had a different meaning. The poem has a very deceiving title, a mid-term break is supposed to be a joyous time of holiday but here Heaney must deal with the death of a family member....   [tags: English Literature]

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Investigating the Extent to Which States of Economic Development Influence the Way People Respond to Natural Hazards

- Investigating the Extent to Which States of Economic Development Influence the Way People Respond to Natural Hazards For my essay I will look at many different case studies. I will be comparing different countries and looking at how economic resources resulted in the consequences of the natural hazards. I will look at different types of natural hazard such as earthquakes and tornados, as well as gathering my information from a mixture of MEDC and LEDC countries. The definition for economic according to is “Of or relating to the production, development, and management of material wealth, as of a country, household, or business enterprise.” The definiti...   [tags: Papers]

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Offshore Outsourcing: How Should Policy Respond?

- I. Outsourcing As Detrimental The U.S. economy has seen many hardships within the last decade. The economy has suffered from a recession that is still threatening to cripple some Americans and unemployment has been at an all time high. People have lost homes and jobs and many businesses have gone bankrupt simply trying to survive. However, in the midst of this economic crisis some companies have managed to survive. Many companies, approximately 36% of them, have found a way to avoid economic collapse by cutting costs (Job Outsourcing Statistics, 2014)....   [tags: Policy Responses to Outsourcing]

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How Should Small Open Economies Respond to the Challenge of Globalization

- Thesis statement Determining whether a country is small is not easy. First, one needs to decide how it will be determined. The “definition of a small open economy is one that is a price taker on world markets” (Wynne) but how this definition should be applied is a harder thing to do than it first appears. Should we focus on imports or exports. In terms of imports, theoretically, all countries all price takers because a country does not specialize in the things that it buys, thus it has no pricing power....   [tags: Globalization Essays]

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How Should One Respond to Unjust Laws?

- The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines unjust as “characterized by injustice: Unfair.” At the same time it defines a law as “a binding custom or practice of a community.” With both definitions in mind an unjust law can be described as “a binding custom or practice of a community characterized by injustice and unfairness.” Today one can see unjust laws across the globe, many of which are overlooked by much of the world. At the same time, just laws are often enforced in an unjust manner. The fact that much of the world is corrupt is an obvious fact, however, the appropriate course of action to bring about change, is not always so easy to see....   [tags: Laws Injustice Equality Essays]

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Beliefs Beyond Doubt, What All Other Respond To: Rene Descartes' "Meditations on First Philosophy"

- Rene Descartes' Meditations on First Philosophy is considered to be one of the most important works in modern philosophy. John Locke, Immanuel Kant, and countless other philosophers wrote largely in response to Descartes. Yet there are serious doubts related to the treatise's major argument. In the Objections and Replies, a collection of objections to the work along with Descartes personal and often very detailed replies to said objections, the philosopher Antoine Arnauld raises the question of whether or not Descartes was guilty of circular reasoning....   [tags: Rene Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy,]

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How Dr. Martin Luther King Would Respond to September 11

- Martin Luther King's teachings stand at the core of the strong foundation of America. Today, terrorism, war and recession are seeping in, cracking that foundation and eroding civil rights and civil liberties. And while the teachings of Dr. King came many years ago, they are especially relevant to us today as we struggle with painful losses and difficult questions about the future of America. President Bush announces almost daily that the U.S.-led attacks on Afghanistan will lead to justice. Although there may be no other realistic options at this stage of this particular conflict, Dr....   [tags: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essays]

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What Factors Control Carbon Mineralization and Flux in Bog Soils and How Would These Soils Respond to Global Climate Change?

- I. Introduction: What is a Bog. The word "bog," from the old Gaelic "bogach," is commonly used to refer to any stretch of waterlogged, swampy ground. The words, fen, moor, muskeg, peatland, and mire are also used to describe these areas, which can lead to some confusion over terminology. Specifically, a bog is "a peat accumulating wetland that has no significant inflows or outflows and supports acidophilic mosses, particularly sphagnum" (Gosselink and Mitsch 1993). The vast majority of bogs are located in the moist, cool boreal regions of North America and Eurasia....   [tags: Climate Bog Ecology Papers]

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Vampires Manifest Fear, Which Shapes How Society Responds to Vampires

- Through an examination of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula and Jonathan Demme’s film Silence of the Lambs, there is an analysis into how the qualities of the vampire manifest fear and how this shapes the manner in which society responds to it. This is achieved through a feminist reading of the overt sexuality that accompanies the vampire coupled with a psychoanalytical reading of psychological acuity. Dracula and Silence of the lambs both evidently belong to the gothic horror genre because of their association with the disruption and transgression of both social and psychic limits within their societies....   [tags: Vampires, sociology, Bram Stoker, Dracula, Jonatha]

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Gabrielle Douglas’ Responds to Criticism

- Visualize a teenage girl watching television, surfing the internet, and reading magazines. She sees beautiful women everywhere she turns. She is looking in her bedroom mirror wondering why she does not have similar beauty. She begins to feel self-aware because she reads and hears criticizing comments about the females who are just like her. She says to herself, “Am I not considered beautiful because my skin is not as clear as Angelina Jolie. Do I not fit in the category “pretty” because I do not dress like Beyoncé....   [tags: Gold Medal, Olympics, Gymnastics]

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Respone to Literature: The Fellowship of The Ring

- Response to Literature In all genres and styles of writing, character dependencies are developed. The good guy always depends on his friends, the bad guy never depends on anything except evil. Such dependencies are developed in JRR Tolkien’s Fellowship of The Ring. The most prevalent of these is the one between Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. These two characters are brought together and bonded in a variety of ways. Frodo was always fascinated and interested in Bilbo’s telling of experiences and adventures he has had, tales which he by no means hesitates to share....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Ray Bradbury Responds to Censorship in Fahrenheit 451

- Fahrenheit 451 was written by Ray Bradbury in response to the threat of censorship and book burning in America. It is a dystopian novel concerning the effects that media can have on society. In this case, media has completely taken over. Books are outlawed and burned. Anyone caught with one is considered a criminal. In the novel, Guy Montag, the protagonist, is a fireman whose job is to burn books. His boss is Captain Beatty. After meeting (almost) 17 year old Clarisse McClellan and one particular incident where the book owner decides to die in the fire with her library of books than live without them, Montag begins to question what makes the books so valuable....   [tags: firemen, books, burning]

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Teacher Interview : A Teacher

- Teacher Interview Essay While attending Miami Edison Sr. High school, I had the honor of interviewing my field experience teacher Mr. Armand. He was born in Haiti. He came to America when he was 13. He graduated from Miami Edison Sr. high in 1992. He earned his associated in art degree at Miami Dade College. In 2001 he graduated from Florida International University with his bachelor in art and master degrees. He has taught at Miami Edison for 15 years. He teaches intensive mathematics and college algebra....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Lesson plan]

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My Experience At My Friend

- Introduction Have you ever been talking to someone and they just did not respond to you or your questions. I have performed an experiment over the recent days with some of my good friends. I picked my friends because I feel like they know me better than anyone and would surely respond to my experiment with kinesics. In my experiment, I would just not respond to any of my friends as they were talking to me. After my experiment, I realized how frustrating it can be for someone if the person you are talking to does not respond....   [tags: 2007 singles, 2008 singles, Girl, Friendship]

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The Psychological Impact of Injury on Athletes

- Due to the nature of sport, athletes will always be faced with the possibility of becoming injured. Empirical research has demonstrated that injury has a psychological impact on athletes (Quinn & Fallon, 1999). Indeed, sports practitioners often witness negative psychological impacts such as depression and in extreme cases suicidal tendencies in the injured athlete (Jevon & Johnston, 2003). Injuries have a dramatic impact upon an athlete’s life (Deutsch, 1985), Crossman (1997) interviewed athletic trainers and established that 47% of respondents believed that every injured athlete suffered psychological trauma....   [tags: psychology, sports, training, trauma]

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Stress is Extremely Harsh on The Human Body

- The enormous amount of stress that today’s teens are under is unhealthy and detrimental to their health. Stressed out: Teens and Adults Respond Differently said it well, “Stress can be compared with the pressure that a sculptor places on a piece of marble: the right pressure and it becomes a masterpiece, but too much pressure and the marble breaks into pieces.” While some stress can be a good thing, an excessive amount has adverse effects on a person’s wellbeing. These consequences can last for a lifetime....   [tags: anxiety, headaches, muscle tension]

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Outline The Main Ideas On Type 2 Diabetes

- In my report I will be outlining the main ideas on type 2 diabetes and they are; ‘Why is type 2 diabetes an issue in our community’, the biology behind it and my research question, “Does type 2 diabetics respond well to the insulin treatment”. Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which people have high blood sugar because their bodies cannot create enough insulin or resists it. It is an epidemic issue in our community because it is the most common and fastest growing disease with researchers saying that over 240,000 people have been diagnosed with it....   [tags: Diabetes mellitus, Insulin, Blood sugar, Glucose]

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The Policing System Of The United States

- Over the last decades, the policing system of the United States have been creating new techniques to respond quickly regarding to emergency calls from U.S. citizens. The reason that policing is creating different techniques is because they want to simply response to the main concern of every call. There are different and similar police strategies that every model has done over the years in order to respond to any types of crimes. The models in policing are the traditional, problem-oriented, community and the order maintenance....   [tags: Police, Crime prevention, Crime]

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Challenges Associated With The Geographic Combatant Commanders ( Csa ) And Combat Support Agencies

- Partners In a fiscally constrained environment and a reduced OCONUS footprint, USTRANSCOM is consistently looking for ways to mitigate the challenges associated with rapid global projection and meeting the requirements of the Geographic Combatant Commanders (GCC) and Combat Support Agencies (CSA). The requirement to have multiple means to deliver sustainment to the warfighter is critical for success, and the implementation of the JMMLV will provide an additional capability to existing sea platforms to prevent a single point of failure to support operations and rapidly employ combat power....   [tags: United States Department of Defense]

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A High Level Of Importance

- In the article a school district in Connecticut has put mental health to a high level of importance and has seen amazing results in their test scores and the overall wellbeing of the students. The school does not believe in buying a program that promises results instead they higher experts to train and make their own programs specifically for the school. Once the programs are put into place they do not just train new teachers they also update the teachers who have already learned the program on new techniques and developments to the program....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Psychology, School]

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Role Of A Strategic Management Plan

- Introduction/thesis Changes within the internal and external environment is important for managers within organisations to pay close attention too, as these factors influence how managers conduct managerial plans. “Managerial planning is the process of assessing an organisation 's goals and creating a realistic, detailed plan of action for meeting those goals.” (“McQuerrey”, n.d, para 1.) The way in which organisations respond to changes within their environment is by creating and evaluating a strategic management plan....   [tags: Management, Strategic management, Organization]

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Responding to Student Writing

- Responding to student writing is rife with potential — potential to help students improve their writing, potential to encourage a writer to continue, and potential to make the student feel like a failure. The written text used to responding to student writing, the end notes, the marginalia, is hugely influential to student writing, but largely ignored. John Swales might identify this kind of text as an “occluded” genres—texts that are produced on a very regular basis in a composition class (including syllabus, assignment prompts, etc), but are largely ignored or viewed as inconsequential....   [tags: Education, Teaching]

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Make It For The With The Texter Against Their Therapist

- • Make sure not to side with the texter against their therapist: o If the texter thinks that their therapist has done something ethically wrong, the texter can report that therapist to the state body which licenses them.  Siding with the texter against their therapist also may make them look more negatively on their current therapist and more positively on Crisis Text Line–which could result in dependence on our service. Instead, you should encourage the texter to speak with their therapist directly about their concerns before making a switch or dropping out of therapy completely....   [tags: Text messaging, SMS, Anxiety]

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The Devastation of Hurricanes, Some Facts About Hurricane Katrina

- In August of 2005, a category 5 hurricane struck land along the Gulf Coast. This storm was given the name Hurricane Katrina. The United States Department of Commerce reports in its October 2005 technical report, Hurricane Katrina, A Climatological Perspective, that this was the most costly disaster to devastate the US since September of 1928 and that this was the strongest storm to hit the US within the past 100 years. Hurricane Katrina caused widespread, massive destruction throughout many central Gulf Coast states including Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi....   [tags: category 5, destruction, government failures]

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Emergency Preparedness : Planning For Disaster Response

- Emergency Preparedness: Planning for Disaster Response Karoline H. Maes Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing Emergency Preparedness: Planning for Disaster Response According to Segen’s Medical Dictionary “Emergency Preparedness is defined under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, for the development and maintenance of agreed procedures to prevent, reduce, control, mitigate and take other actions in the event of a civil (natural or man-made) emergency (disaster).” Disasters can happen at any time such as tornados, earthquakes, epidemics and pandemics, floods and terrorism, and they need to have an effective plan that can promote preparedne...   [tags: Emergency management, Health care, Nursing]

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Attention Deficit Disorder ( Adhd )

- Since the TOVA measures variables of attention, it is often used to aid in the diagnosis of ADD. Attention deficit disorder, or ADD, is a psychological illness in which the individual has trouble paying attention and staying on task. This issue is so prominent that it affects their day-to-day life. Moreover, there are many causes of the inability to pay attention. Such causes include, but are not limited to, boredom, neurological problems, and other psychological abnormalities (like ADHD). Attention Deficit Hyperac2ivity Disorder (ADHD) is distinguished from other disorders of attention in that ADHD involves three noticeable groupings of problems that may manifest together or individually....   [tags: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder]

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Shaping And Fading With Autistic Children

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Do You Know What The Subject?

- Do you know what the subject D.A.R.E. is. D.A.R.E is an amazing subject where we learn about how to avoid drugs, ways to communicate, deal with stress and how to deal with a risky situation, etc. However, today I will be writing about, how you can communicate effectively, how to use the D.A.R.E Decision Making Model, and how to use confident communication. For starters, communicating effectively helps people know that you are listening when they address you. For example, body language is a great way to tell someone you are listening to their conversation....   [tags: Risk, Decision theory, Communication]

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consumer driven economy

- A Consumer Driven Economy In the past, marketing has been based on a stimulus and response method, where marketers would send out stimuli in the form of advertising and promotions to receive a specific response in the consumer’s behavior. Today, marketers have discovered an alternative way to communicate with their consumers called sense-and-respond. A sense-and-respond model is where advertisers sense what consumers are saying they want, through their behavior, and the marketers respond as promptly and as efficiently as possible....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Marketing Management And Consumer Behavior Changes

- As consumer behavior changes, mangers must be able to respond to these changes. Previously, marketing was centered on what is called the four P that is product, place, price, promotion. However, as consumer behavior changed marketers have since redefined these four Ps and have identified four new Ps. These are; people, process, programs and performance (Keller, 2012) Marketing managers have realized that marketing is more that product and sales. They have recognized the importance of the new Ps....   [tags: Marketing, Business, Sales, Marketing research]

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Reinforcements of Hens

- Schedules of reinforcement The general area of investigation for this experiment, is to look at the schedules of reinforcements of hens. The scientific importance of this is to see how the hens respond to each schedule of reinforcement. The law of effect is where if there is a positive effect going on, it will most likely happen again and if it’s a negative effect, it will most likely not happen again. Schedules of reinforcement is when a behaviour is being reinforced over and over again, the more times it is being reinforced, the higher rate it will do the same behaviour again....   [tags: the law of effects, experiment]

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Information Processing during the Performance of Skills in Physical Education

- Information Processing during the Performance of Skills in Physical Education Response time is the total period of time from the presentation of a stimulus to the completion of the response. It consists of two main periods, reaction time and movement time. The speed at which we make decisions is called our reaction time. In terms of sporting activities, it is important to be able to respond to a stimulus quickly because it allows the performer to be in greater control. Reaction time is also made up of smaller units....   [tags: Papers]

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Managing the Grievance Process

- If you are like the majority of managers who operate within labor contracts then you can relate to the frustration that accompanies the grievance process. For the most part, grievance policies are set to be mediating faucets that allow for a clarification or even a compromise between employer and employees. Yet what takes place absent a clear understanding of the true purpose of grievances may be a whirlwind that brings about much aggravation and frustration among both parties. What follows are three effective methods in ensuring that your companie’s approach in dealing with grievances is not distorted or manipulated....   [tags: Business Management]

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The Labor Grievance Process

- If you are like the majority of managers operating within labor contracts then you can relate to the frustration that accompanies the labor grievance process. For the most part, grievance policies are set to be mediating faucets that allow for a clarification or even a compromise between employer and employees. Yet, what takes place absent a clear understanding of the true purpose of the grievance process may be a whirlwind that brings about much aggravation and frustration between both parties....   [tags: Business Management]

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Canada's Fight Against Terrorism

- The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines terrorism as “the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal” (“Terrorism”). Terrorism is a problem that all countries should be concerned with. Canada has been one of the countries that are concerned with the safety of people against terrorist attacks. Canada is very concerned with the issue of terrorism, it has a very specific position of counter-terrorism, it believes that violent extremists are the leading cause of terrorism, it has ways that the international community should respond, and it is willing to contribute to make the problem of terrorism end....   [tags: Terrorism in Canada]

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Four Corner Debate

- Four Corner Debate My criteria for making my decision: -Did contemporary society respond effectively. -What did people do to respond. -Has the problem been taken care of. -Has problems similar to these historical issues occurred today. I agree that contemporary society has done enough to respond to the legacies of historical globalization. Throughout history there has been many controversial issues. I believe that modern society has done well in response to these tragic. We have seen responses from many levels of society, from government and from citizens themselves....   [tags: legacies of historical globalization]

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Red Cross: The Epidemiological Data

- The American Red Cross responds to over 70,000 man-made and natural disasters annually. The immediate mandate of the society is to avert population suffering brought about by disasters. Among the assistance's, the organization renders includes shelter, health, food, and emotional trauma counseling. The American Red Cross society is the nation’s largest blood collecting organization. The society supplies approximately 40% of all blood and blood product needs of the country. The Red Cross supplies over 8 million transfusable blood products to health facilities....   [tags: natural disasters, blood supply]

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The Hunger Games And 1984

- The characters in both The Hunger Games and 1984 respond to the governments repressive regime similarly in many ways however have some differences. “Caged birds live together but freedom is what they long for” (Tennessee Williams) is a quote which represents the actions taken by the characters of 1984 and The Hunger Games as they live under a terrifying dictatorship which they accept until they have no other choice but look for freedom due to the reason the tension caused by the governments. The citizens of both Panem and Oceania experience the governments repressive actions on a day to day basis as they are constantly under surveillance without freedom, liberty or anything to enjoy within t...   [tags: Nineteen Eighty-Four, Government, George Orwell]

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Arguments Against Factory Farming: Alastair Norcross's Puppies, Pigs, and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases

- Arguments Against Factory Farming In Alastair Norcross’ paper, “Puppies, Pigs, and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases” he describes a situation in which a man, Fred, has lost his ability to enjoy the gustatory pleasure of chocolate due to a car accident. However, it is known that puppies under duress produce cocoamone, the hormone Fred needs in order to enjoy chocolate again. Since no one is in the cocoamone business, Fred sets up twenty six puppy cages, and mutilates them resulting in cocoamone production in the puppy’s brains....   [tags: Cocoamone, Animal Abuse]

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Race As An Independent And Dependent Variable Within The Social Sciences

- There is a push and pull relationship between race as an independent and dependent variable within the social sciences which creates a cyclical overarching sense of idealism. The social sciences study human society and the relationships which make that up. Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology combine within the social sciences, they work together on the broad topic of race to from both analytical perspectives and individual understandings of what constitutes race and how that changes the way society as a whole respond to it....   [tags: Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology]

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Buy One Get One Half Off: Is It Worth It?

- ... Secondly, The upcoming example can illustrate this behavior. For instance, one consumer notices the local market is offering a BOGO 1.5 on X shampoo. As she recognizes that this is her regular item and will need to purchase it, she is going to spend extra money now for a better value in the long run. Perhaps, eventually she will have to come back to buy another shampoo if the promotion does not take place. However, the BOGO 1.5 promotion encourages her to make purchase now. This is a great deal for her that she receives 50 percent discount on the second bottle of shampoo....   [tags: economic analysis]

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Failing For Email As An All Too Common Leadership Misstep

- Failing to respond to emails Christine Comaford describes failing to respond to emails as an all-too-common leadership misstep. There was one time in our organization when one of our nurse practitioners Wanda Johnstown, who was our former clinical director failed to respond to a crucial email. This email came from our physician regarding an important auditing organization the National Special Association who intended to come for a site visit. The site visit was successfully scheduled, and our clinic manager Shelly made modifications necessary to our patient schedule that would allow our physician Isabel Kelp to meet with the auditor the first hour of the day....   [tags: Feedback, Negative feedback, Positive feedback]

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An Evaluation Of An Aircraft Emergency And The Leadership

- Every situation in the modern military has its own risks associated with it that are to be expected by its members. For the purpose of this assignment we will analyze an aircraft emergency and the leadership that takes place to mitigate and respond to the situation. More specifically our example we will use a KC-130, which has a crew of two pilots, two loadmasters, and one advanced crew stations operator. In this situation a junior officer will be in command of the plane and it will be his or hers responsibility to respond appropriately to an emergency while airborne to ensure the safety of not only themselves but that of there subordinates....   [tags: Risk, Decision making, Decision theory, Flipism]

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U.S. Navy Humanitarian Missions: Missions That Benefit All

- The humanitarian missions of the United States Navy peacefully demonstrate the Navy’s maritime and operational capabilities to distressed countries around the world, while displaying a forward naval presence involving competitive influences and promoting a more dynamic and versatile strategic sealift system. While many may view the Navy’s role as a combatant force to be its primary objective, the role of a humanitarian is just as important. This role permits the Navy to show its power and strength during times of peace, help those who are truly suffering and keep the peace in areas where disaster has left people susceptible and desperate....   [tags: navy, aid, disaster]

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Link between Higher Minimum Wage and Higher Unemployment

- In theory when an increase in minimum wage increases the cost of low-wage workers firms should want to hire less workers, however in reality this basic theory might be wrong according to Plumer B. (2013) While some studies found a link between higher minimum wage and higher unemployment level many others such as a recent paper from U.C. Berkeley that exploited differences across state borders did not find a link between higher minimum wage and higher unemployment. A study by John Schmitt of the Center for Economic and Policy Research explores the other possible reasons a modest increase in the minimum wage may not significantly impact employment levels....   [tags: labor and wage correlations]

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Why do Meerkats have Different Alarm Calls?

- It is known that in some species alarm calls play an important role in intra-specific communication and vigilance behaviour. They are encoded in two different ways (Zuberbühler et al., 1999). The referential alarm call contains information about external events while the affective alarm call provides information about the caller's motivation (Manser, 2001). Two well-researched non-human primates using predator specific alarm calls are ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) and also the vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) (Evans et al., 1993)....   [tags: Suricata suricatta, predators, alarm call]

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