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Marine Animals And The Marine Mammals

- Each year,millions of people across the world travel to marine parks, for the chance to see one of the most intelligent, fascinating beings of this Earth, the marine mammal. However, this aquarium is actually a torturous jail cell for the marine mammals that inhabit it. Research has shown that these animals were never fit for captivity. In fact, according to the popular documentary “Blackfish”, more than seventy trainers have been injured by the captive marine mammal, though not a single aggressive tendency toward humans has ever been documented to have occurred in the ocean....   [tags: Whale, Killer whale, Marine mammals, Cetacea]

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The Truth Behind Sea World

- The Truth Behind Sea World When people think of Sea World, they think of a fun and exciting park where they can see various aquatic animals. They think of the very large manatees swimming behind the glass. People think of the hilarious dolphin and seal shows. More than anything, people associate Sea World with Shamu. The amazing Shamu show which is a must see when attending the park. They think of the happy trainers and how much fun they are having with the Orcas. All of this makes Sea World a multi-billion dollar corporation....   [tags: amusement parks]

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A Career in Athletic Training

- A Career in Athletic Training The occupation is an athletic trainer. The job description is to work with athletes in an effort to prevent injuries. They work in amateur and professional sports. Once injuries occur, the athletic trainer is required to evaluate the problem and get the athlete the proper medical treatment. He or she also makes sure that athletes are physically ready and able to play after an injury. Athletic trainers set up physical conditioning programs for athletes, work with equipment managers to make sure that playing and training areas are in working order, and also work with physicians in developing and implementing a rehabilitation program for injured players....   [tags: Papers]

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The Should Not Be Charged With Statutory Rape

- In this scenario, it seems as if John will be charged with Statutory rape. The young lady that came out the bar and was going back to his dorm said she was 16. Statutory rape is sexual intercourse with a minor. Even though she said she was 16, she was really 19. So the girl was not underage and could in fact consent for herself. His defense will be she is not underage. As goes for John, the female who was 19 and the 250 pound baby tiger that walked out of the improperly latched cage nothing happened....   [tags: Tort, Tort law, Negligence, Law]

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The Indian Paradigmatic Policy of the 1990s

- The paradigmatic policy shift which took place in the 1990’s, opened the gates of Indian economy to a new era of liberalization, globalization and privatization. The socio economic changes which resulted from the revolutionary shift in perspective brought with it a new age of language teaching/training in India. A shift from General English language training to a more specific, requirement based and contextualized English language training gained momentum, in tandem with the sweeping changes that took place in all spheres of Indian life....   [tags: liberalization, globalization, privatization]

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Film Review : Blackfish 's 2013 Documentary Directed And Written By Gabriela Cowperthwaite

- Blackfish is a 2013 documentary directed and written by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. The film regards the effects that captivity has on killer whales, with a focus on a SeaWorld orca named Tilikum. Born in 1981, Tilikum was captured at the age of two off the coast of Iceland and taken to Sealand of the Pacific in British Columbia, Canada. 8 years later, Keltie Byrnes, a marine biology student and part time Sealand trainer, slipped into the pool containing Tilikum and two female whales. The three orcas submerged and dragged Byrnes around the pool, resulting in her death....   [tags: Killer whale, Whale, Beached whale, Michael Bigg]

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Is It Safe Keeping A Wild Animal? Captivity?

- Most people love animals. They can take a trip go to the zoo to look at various animals that come from many different parts of the world. Depending on the zoo you go to, you can find lions, monkeys, exotic birds, penguins and etc. A goldfish is usually recommended as a great first pet for a child that is looking for responsibility, because they are low maintenance and their life expectancy is short. An amusement park like SeaWorld, has whales, sea lions, penguins and many other water mammals at their parks for our entertainment....   [tags: Killer whale, Whale, Endangered species]

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Operant Conditioning Training Techniques And The Shift From Dominance Training

- In the 1980s, operant conditioning began to influence many animal training techniques, and the shift from dominance training to PRT began. The dominance method is still slowly being replaced by the positive reinforcement method as researchers continue to better understand animals and their behavior (Eberhart, n.d.). Where dominance training uses punishment for its effectiveness, PRT uses rewards and praise to achieve a desired behavior. A behavior is rewarded by giving the animal something it wants or likes in order to increase the likelihood that the desired behavior will continue to occur (Veeder, Bloomsmith, McMillan, Pearlman, & Martin, 2009)....   [tags: Reinforcement, Operant conditioning, Dog training]

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Need For Fitness Facilities For A Brand New Fitness Facility

- Introduction With increased awareness in fitness, the need for fitness facilities are rising each and every year. For a brand new fitness facility to be successful, it must be structurally sound, ergonomically designed, and have emphasis placed on key positions to ensure the smooth operation of my facility. In addition to having a well-planned design, a successful facility would also want to hire a dependable staff that excels in communication and experience. In order to acquire such staff, one would want to employ effective recruiting tactics that are not costly, yet far-reaching....   [tags: Marketing, Marketing strategy, Goal, Employment]

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The Role Of Warrant Officer For The United States Army

- The Role of Warrant Officer The role of the Warrant Officer in the United States Army is not difficult to define, but I believe it hard to see because we were always the quiet professional behind the scenes. The Army defines a Warrant Officer as “a self-aware and adaptive technical expert, combat leader, trainer and advisor. Through progressive levels of expertise in assignments, training and education, the warrant officer administers, manages, maintains, operates, and integrates Army systems and equipment across the full spectrum of army operations....   [tags: Non-commissioned officer, Sergeant]

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Lecturers Should Be Taught With Various Instructional Strategies

- All this while, lecturers were trained on how to teach with various instructional strategies. Now, this university is progressively moving towards student centred teaching and lecturers need to be re-trained to focus further on students’ learning. Hence, Lecturer e-Training Programme (LeP) was designed and implemented. The results show that Stage 3: Face-to-Face Action Learning, has the highest significant impact on the lecturers’ preparation for student centred teaching. In this stage, lecturers had face-to-face discussions with the trainer where real-world teaching and learning cases were put forward and debatable postings in the online forum were discussed too....   [tags: Education, Learning, History of education]

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The Death Of Brancheau, A Killer Whale Named Tilikum

- Situation Analysis: On February 24, 2010 Dawn Brancheau, a trainer at SeaWorld, was killed when a killer whale named Tilikum pulled her into the water (Mooney). The death of Brancheau is not the first that SeaWorld has experienced throughout the time the park has been open, and it was not the first murder for Tilikum (Mooney). After Brancheau was killed in 2010, and Blackfish was released in July of 2013, SeaWorld endured an immense amount of backlash due to the death of the trainer and the treatment of the whales....   [tags: Killer whale, Whale, Beached whale, Killer whales]

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The Use of Police Canines

- ... It is the trainer’s job to distinguish which fits the dog the best. Behavior Theory: Effects of Jute “Jute” is protective equipment that is worn during training to allow the canine to bite without hurting the trainer. This interferes with training process of canines while searching buildings. Canines that are trained with the “Jute” method respond to the odor of the jute rather than human scent. “Human scent is composed of skin flakes, perspiration, skin oils, and gaseous components that are perceived by dogs through their Olfactory senses” (O’Heare)....   [tags: police sciences]

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"I Want to Know Why": A Reality Check

- Sherwood Anderson's "I Want to Know Why" shows how a young boy realizes that his role model is not who he thought would be. The boy had just turned fifteen and had a passion for thoroughbred horses. His small town of Beckersville was filled with men who owned farmland and raced horses, his friends were just as passionate as he was. The boy and three of his friends from Kentucky went on a trip alone to see a horse race in Saratoga.. Before the race began, he wandered down to see Sunstreak, a beautiful thoroughbred, and knew for a fact he would win the race hands down that day....   [tags: American Literature]

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Analysis Of Blackfish, Producer / Director Gabriella Cowperthwaite

- There have been more than seventy killer whale/trainer accidents in the past few decades. In this documentary titled Blackfish, producer/director Gabriella Cowperthwaite (2013) gives insight to the dark truths of Tilikum, one of the many killer whales involved in the multiple trainer accidents at SeaWorld and other amusement parks. Due to the cruelty endured by the captive whales, all Sea World parks should be shut down and orca whales set free to prevent the further extinction of their species....   [tags: Whale, Killer whale, Beached whale, Michael Bigg]

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Is It Safe For The Whales? Captivity?

- Is it safe to keep Orcas in captivity. Many studies show that keeping Killer Whales in captivity isn’t safe for the whales. In the documentary Black Fish they show what they believe to be the reasons that whales staying in captivity is wrong. One main reason they believe it’s not safe for them is because there simply isn’t enough room for them. In the wild they can swim up to 100 miles a day. Another reason they believe they shouldn’t be kept in the captivity is because they get separated from their families....   [tags: Killer whale, Whale, Beached whale, Killer whales]

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Life Experience of Sea Animals in Captivity

- Anyone who has been to SeaWorld has seen trained whales, dolphins, and seals. SeaWorld guests are entertained by the sea mammals in the tanks, jumping in the air on command by whistle. These tricks draw guests into the park. What may seem to be fun for the viewer, is torture for the mammals. There is a deadly truth behind all sea mammals in captivity: they don’t survive well there. Though sea mammals provide entertainment, they do not belong in captivity. Imagine being at home and then somebody broke in and you were forced, without any choice, to join the circus....   [tags: seaworld, sea mammals, whales, orcas]

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Functions of Human Resource Department

- Functions of Human Resource Department One of the main functions of Human Resource Department is training and development beside recruitment, selection and placement. It isn’t enough to recruit employees into the skills or knowledge they currently posses, but rather for their ability to learn and adapt through training as conditions change or business needs. Employees are very important resources where some organizations assign huge budget to train them. However, this budget is taken out when organizations have financial problems....   [tags: Employment Employee Development Essays]

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Classical and Operant Conditioning

- Classical and Operant Conditioning QUESTION ONE Classical conditioning is a technique of learning that occurs when an unconditional stimulus is paired with a conditional stimulus. The unconditional stimulus is biologically potent, the conditional stimulus is neutral (Kalat, 2011). Example of each is taste of food and sound of tuning fork respectively. After repeated pairing, the organism exhibits a conditional response to the conditional stimulus. The conditional response is similar to the unconditioned response though it is relatively impermanent and is acquired through experience (Kalat, 2011)....   [tags: learning technique, psychology, stimulus]

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The Concept Of The Indivisible Self Model

- The best way to understand an individual is to understand the contexts and variables that had the greatest influence on that individual’s development (Myers & Sweeny, 2004). Therefore, the hallmark feature of the Indivisible Self model is the interaction between its components (i.e., local, institutional, global, and chronometrical contextual variables), which is highly correlative with Bronfenbrenner’s Social Ecology Model. While Bronfenbrenner’s framework and the Indivisible Self were not specifically developed for athletes, both can be directly applied to an athlete’s life, influences, and development....   [tags: Male, Sex, Female, Surgery]

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The Attorney 's Office On Why The Government Should Not Seek For Indict Lance Legstrong

- The purpose of this Prosecution Memorandum is to inform the US Attorney’s Office on why the Government should not seek to indict Lance Legstrong under 18 U.S.C. §1621 “Perjury Generally”, 18 U.S.C. §1623 “False Declarations before a Court or Grand Jury”, or 18 U.S.C. §1503 “Influencing or Injuring Officer or Juror Generally”. Introduction Lance Legstrong potentially committed perjury under 18 U.S.C. §1621 “Perjury Generally”, made false declarations under 18 U.S.C. §1623 “False Declarations before a Court or Grand Jury”, and/or obstructed justice under 18 U.S.C....   [tags: Grand jury, Jury, Common law, Indictment]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Heracles Vs Hercules '

- Heracles VS Hercules The legend of Hercules has been told and retold thousands of times; it is by far one of the best known Greek myths of all time. In fact, it was so well known that Disney made it into a movie. Like any story that’s adapted into a movie there are some differences and similarities between the myth and the movie. This paper will go over the main differences and similarities between the two versions of the same myth. The first comparisons between mythology and the Disney film are ones pertaining to the nature of Hercules character....   [tags: Greek mythology, Zeus, Hero, Heracles]

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Training And The Different Types Of Training

- This part of the paper we are going to talk about training, and the different types of training. First is the definition of training, “Training can be defined as a planned attempt by an organization to facilitate employee learning of job-related knowledge, skills, and behaviors.” (Pg. 161) When you hear the term training what do you think of. Maybe you’re thinking about a manager and a new employee learning the ropes of the business; and you are right, but there are many different types of training....   [tags: Training, Skill, Employment, Practice]

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Case Study and Literature Review for Ok-AIM Monitoring

- Case Study and Literature Review Case Study and Literature Review Being a monitor for OK-AIM is more than just going into someone’s home and seeing how they live. As a monitor, you are going in to make sure their quality of life is great and that regulations are being met. You are also there to get to know the person and see how differently people adapt and live. One of the responsibilities is making sure the appointment time is good for you because it takes a lot of people and a lot of different schedules put together to make up this one visit....   [tags: intellectial disability, home, assistance]

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I Am Sy Hill And After High School

- Hi, I am Sy Hill and after high school I would like to enter the world of sports medicine. My mind is not made up yet however on whether or not I would like to be the physician or the physical therapist. The reason my interests have been so drawn into this field is because of the injury I received my sophomore year to my shoulder. I tore my labram and the local doctors informed me that it would take surgery to just get my shoulder back to properly working again. Playing baseball once again was out of the question and it had completely broken my heart....   [tags: Major League Baseball, Baseball, High school]

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Project Plan For Designing A Security Audit

- Next, 90 days will be challenging for me as suddenly we have decided to implement this software with the changes of a security audit. Having this in mind, I will do the following steps to complete design process for this project. Select the system: As we have been working on this project for a year to see what is our needs and what we should do to make it more reliable and enhanced security. We have tested a couple of software platforms, and, after discussing with our team members; IT Managers from each Ministry, project Manager, and executive, we have decided to use BlackBerry Enterprise platform for this project....   [tags: Project management, Management]

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Assessment Portion Of The Cross Fit Assignment

- Written Submission Durell, Wright Appraisal After evaluating the entire portion the appraisal portion of the cross-fit assignment I found this portion was quite simple. They were many areas in assessment portion that I learned to further assist me academically or professionally. What I learned about the assessment portion of the assignment that it requires a sense of patience, detail, and professionalism. These attributes are important during two processes during premeeting part as well as the assessment portion....   [tags: Exercise, Physical exercise, Health club]

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Goodbye Ladies And Gentlemen, Thank You All For Gathering Tonight For Lissette 's Retirement Party

- Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you all for gathering tonight for Lissette’s retirement party. I know you are all excited to celebrate Lissette’s accomplishments and her transformation away from work. As Lissette’s husband, I have seen her transitioned from a young lady in college to my wife working in high schools and colleges. We have been married after we had both finished college. Then right after she began interning and training to become the best athletic trainer. But she didn’t become one of the best athletic trainers for the National Collegiate Athletic Association overnight....   [tags: College, High school, Higher education, Education]

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The Church Council Oversees Church Business And All Ministries

- Stakeholder Information Need The Church Council oversees church business and all ministries. In addition, they allocate and approve funding’s to different ministries and business regarding to the church. The church council consist of ten representatives for the church congregation members. This includes the executive directors of the head of the church council members: President, Vice President, Sectary, Treasury and the Pastor as advisor. They responsibilities lie with legality of the church business, staffing, building, and synod....   [tags: Learning styles, Education, Teacher, Learning]

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A Research Study On Acl Tears

- As a collegiate athlete and growing up in the vast world of sports, I have seen my fair share of ACL tears in athletics. ACL stands for anterior cruciate ligament. It is a located in the center of the knee. This injury tends to be common in soccer, football, and basketball. For my research paper I will be focusing on the topic of ACL tears in athletes. My research question is, “What factors put athletes more at risk of tearing their ACL, and if torn, how do athletes bounce back mentally and physically during the rehabilitation process?” For my research I plan to use library databases and credible internet sources, interviews with an athletic trainer and an athlete, and conduct a survey to be...   [tags: Anterior cruciate ligament, Knee]

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Job Training Is Important Key Elements Used By Every Human Resource Department

- In today’s occupational hiring process, Job training is one of the most important key elements used by every Human Resource Department to match up against today’s competition. Companies and corporations push hard to make a good effort at hiring the best candidate with talent, but sometimes their talents aren’t molded to its full potential for the position. This is where training comes in to play to polish and bring out it’s optimum potential. Job training is mainly used for enhancing knowledge, skills, and competence of the candidate or employee for the position assigned so that they perform to the best of their ability....   [tags: Skill, Training, Employment, Practice]

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Taking A Step Toward Animal Welfare

- As said by Prime Minister David Lloyd George, “Don’t be afraid to take a big step if one is indicated. You can’t cross a chasm in two small jumps” (Applewhite, Evans, and Frothingham). Taking a step toward animal welfare is a big one. Animal rights are considered a movement. It is trying to decrease the negative impacts that are a result of human interaction and eliminate animal suffering (Kleiman, Geist, and McDade). All animals deserve rights, and these should eliminate the problems with inhumane captivity, hunting, and animal abuse....   [tags: Animal rights, Animal welfare, Animal cruelty]

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The Mental Health First Aid Trainings

- We sat for two and a half hours with the sister and the treatment team trying to decide if he was independent enough to live in a housing residence from MHA. When I left my internship, it was decided that the director of MHA housing would have multiple dinner meetings with this young man and decide if he would qualify for housing with MHA and be capable of living on his own for the most part. His violence was a concern for the other residents as well. It was amazing to watch as the community come together to help this man and his sister....   [tags: Mental disorder, Psychiatry]

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Pokemon Advanced Battle

- One of my fondest memories was coming across a fascinating television show fourteen years ago while reminiscing about my childhood fantasies. I was four years old, watching television, when I came across an exciting show called Pokemon. The show focuses in on a ten year old boy named Ash Ketchum, who makes it his goal to catch every pokemon in the world. Pokemon are groups of monsters that relate to everyday objects, animals, and fictitious creatures. There are pokemon that look like animals, plants, inorganic materials and even fictional creatures that never existed....   [tags: monster, fiction, television show]

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Physical Therapists And Physical Therapy

- This case involved a 53 year old man who sustained a significant tear of his rotator cuff while playing baseball. He underwent surgical repair and was given a referral for physical therapy. The referral was to begin passive ROM 3 times per week for 2 weeks then initiate a supervised home program of active exercise for 2 weeks, and elastic resistance exercises for internal and external rotation every other day for a month. 2 weeks after surgery, he had his first PT visit in a sports medicine clinic that was managed by an athletic trainer (ATC).” According to American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), “Physical therapists are only professionals who provide physical therapy interventions....   [tags: Physical therapy]

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Personal Statement On The Workplace

- 1. Task Conflict- A few weeks ago I had a meeting at work where one of our Production Leaders wanted to keep an employee, but I thought she should be terminated. He disagreed with my reasoning for termination, which lead into task conflict. 2. Relationship Conflict- I experienced relationship conflict last semester when I was President of the Communication Club. I had a member that was very opinionated and our personalities constantly clashed. There were multiple moments where there was competition for power....   [tags: Conflict, Emotion, Conflict management, Mediation]

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Psychological Effects Of Long

- The Psychological Effects of an Injury With every injury it is important to remember that the athlete will be affected mentally. Not all athletes will act identically to the same injury. Although research shows there are factors that are commonly seen among athletes going through adjustment to injury and rehabilitation. There are three reactive phases of the injury and rehab process. They are reaction to injury, reaction to rehabilitation, and reaction to return to competition or career termination....   [tags: essays research papers]

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How The Product Will Be Marketed

- How The Product Will Be Marketed The trainers will have to be repositioned in my adverts to appeal more to elderly people, which will mean finding the areas of current trainer adverts that are targeted at younger people and replace them with alternatives which are more aimed at older people. This should be done but I must make sure that the product is still represented how I want it at the end of my advert. I would like my product to be seen by older folks as something that can give them more speed, balance, and a physical advantage, whilst still being comfortable and with a smart appearance for a pair of trainers....   [tags: Business and Management Studies]

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The ' Blackfish Effect '

- The “Blackfish Effect” The captivity of large, wild animals is accepted for theme parks all around the world. Tickets are sold for people to come and watch these animals live and even preform in an exhibit that almost resembles their natural environment. It is impossible for parks and zoos that use animals as attractions to provide the same resources and space they would have in the habitat they are usually found in. They can, however, help injured or ill animals that cannot survive in the wild....   [tags: Killer whale, Whale, Beached whale, Michael Bigg]

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Racetrackese: Learning Racing Terms

- If you think you’ve seen it all in Thoroughbred horse racing it’s a sure bet that you probably haven’t heard it all. Terms making up a racing lexicon are so broad, unique and occasionally confusing as to produce a glossary in many horse racing books as well as websites, including Keeneland.com, which includes “Racing Terms” under a “Beginner’s Guide.” An example of what one could hear from around the paddock at Keeneland demonstrates the need for a glossary: “He ran six panels and placed off a bullet work even after he was taken up in the stretch....   [tags: Horse Racing]

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Application for Undergraduate Studies

- Throughout my seventeen years of life, I have had many life experiences, made commitments, achieved goals, and gained talents. I am positive that all of this will prepare me to be a flourishing college student and a successful adult. I intend to use my college education and experience to further my ability to communicate with people, participate in my community, and make leaps and bounds in the equine industry. I challenge myself to achieve the highest of goals. Advanced courses in my high school career provided an educational opportunity unparalleled by any other....   [tags: academics, goals, horses]

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Seaworld and Killer Whales

- ... They were crying out to the baby in their own language trying to get their little one back to where it belonged. The man explained that that's when he realized what he was doing but he couldn't stop none of the men could stop. In November of 1983 Tilikum was taken away from his family at approximately two years of age. Once he was in America he didn't go straight to Seaworld, he actually started at a small marine park in Florida called Sealand. While he was there the trainer used the female orcas to teach Tilikum all the tricks, but if he did not perform it the correct way there would be a punishment....   [tags: animal legal defense fund, tilikum]

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Training, Learning, and Development Environment

- In today’s training, learning, and development environment the need for continuous training in the workplace needed now, more than ever. Organizations see the importance of training and apply training in different aspects in the workplace. Employers and employee apply many knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. On the job, training and motivation are also important factor that contribute to the training experience. Training, learning, and development play a major role in organizations....   [tags: motivation, OJT, KSA's, learning]

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How to Apply Malcolm Knowles' Theories in Training work

- This essay is to consider and discuss how I might apply the theories of Malcolm Knowles, in my own current or future training work. The essay will include a brief biography on Malcolm Knowles, and his theory on adult education / learning andragogy, to include definitions of andragogy and pedagogy, which has been the mainstay of all education theory for hundreds of years. The main body of the essay will discuss and differentiate andragogy from pedagogy, and how I might use Knowles’s theory in future training....   [tags: adult education, learning andragogy, pedagogy]

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The Mindset of Athletes with Respect to Injuries

- Passion can be a driving force and anybody’s life. For athletes there is have a passion to push themselves to the highest level in order to excel at whatever their given sport may be. However, sometimes this passion can be both beneficial and destructive. While the passion can allow the athlete to excel at the sport, if that athlete becomes injured that passion can cause the athlete to return to play too early. Returning to play too early can be harmful to the athlete whether it be immediately or years down the road....   [tags: passion over health, returning to play]

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The Employment Opportunity As A Adjunct Kinesiology Instructor

- I am inquiring about the employment opportunity as a adjunct Kinesiology Instructor. My preference would be to work on the Northeast and Northwest campuses. Holding a position as an adjunct instructor at a Tarrant County College would fulfill a long time goal of mine of being a college instructor. I graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a Masters of Science in Athletic Training in May 2015. Of the 45 graduate hours required of me, at least 18 of those hours consisted of 18 Physical and Health Education and Kinesiology based courses....   [tags: Education, Learning, Educational psychology]

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Benefits of Having a 3D Ultrasound When Treating Sports Injuries

- In the study, New Technologies Applied to Ultrasound Diagnosis of Sport Injuries, José Fernando Jiménez Díaz compares ultrasound images taken from two different portable sonography devices. As a result, the new ultrasound device with 3D technology provided a more defined image of the injury when compared to the conventional ultrasound device. The use of this new technology will not only produced a superior image, but also allows doctors to develop a reliable diagnosis and provide an effective treatment....   [tags: Reliable Diagnosis, Effective Treatment]

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Analysis of the 2013 Documentary Blackfish

- Blackfish is a 2013 documentary attempting to elevate public awareness regarding the orca that are being kept in maritime amusement parks, specifically SeaWorld, and the inherent danger of their captivity. The film is effective because it raises a set of important ethical questions for the viewer while presenting with a necessary fact-based style of documentation that does not evoke gratuitous scenes of abuse in order to inspire sympathy, unlike some of the other films that are intended to raise awareness about animal abuse....   [tags: martime, amusement, question, fact-based]

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Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice (IC)

- Curriculum offer 1: Curriculum offer 2: Context The Edexcel Level 1 BTEC Award in Sports and Active Leisure qualification are available to learners aged 14+ who would like to further develop their learning and progress onto GCSEs, A Levels, Diplomas and Apprenticeships as well as, those who would like to use their qualification to support their employment and independent living. The course is a vocational qualification and can be work-based, classroom or distance learning and is designed for a specific career....   [tags: learners, education, qualification]

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Sports Medicine Injuries and Physicians

- Sports Medicine is a medical field that specializes with physical fitness, treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. It was introduced around the early Greek and Roman era when the first modern Olympic Games took place. The Greek felt they could do something to help heal and prevent injuries that the athletes were receiving. Now in sports medicine, certain injuries can only be assessed and treated by specific physicians. These physicians can include physical therapists, athletic trainers, and strength and conditioning coaches....   [tags: Physical Fitness, Treatment, Injury Prevention]

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Analysis of Armed Conflict

- Not all of these tools will be equally useful in every context, but we will learn to use them all. The exercises that follow will suggest key questions to ask, and will guide us in creating visual representations that help make sense of the conflict. 1. Time and Place: Historical and Geographical Views For historical view we need to draw up a brief history of the key events in the conflict. We create a timeline leading up to the present day, including any significant turning points that have either escalated or reduced the conflict....   [tags: Armed Conflict]

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Corporate Training Programs

- The most important issue in corporate training industry is the ability of connecting the results of employee training to the bottom line or the return on investment of the company. Evaluating training programs is nothing but assessing its effectiveness and progress continuously. It is necessary because it lets people know their progress and builds their confidence. This article will tell you how to evaluate training programs using different methods. With so many training programs available to us, there is a need for some quick methods or tools to determine which program will suit your need in the best way....   [tags: Business Management]

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The Model Is Characterized By Six Assumptions That Have Emerged From Research

- The Andragogical model is characterized by six assumptions that have emerged from research. The first assumption titled, “the need to know” describes the idea that, “Adults need to know why they need to learn something before undertaking to learn it” (Knowles, Holton & Swanson, 2015, p. 43). “The learner’s self-concept”, describes the second Andragogical model assumption as, “Adults have a self-concept of being responsible for their own decisions, for their own lives” (Knowles et al., 2015, p. 44)....   [tags: Education, Educational psychology, Teacher]

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The Inhumane Treatment Of Whales

- Currently, live whale performances have become well liked for tourists to visit. When they are there, they only see what they want to see and do not care or want to know all about the complications the whales go through just to make people smile. The documentary “Blackfish” exposes the truth about the whales, their habits, and why they act the manner they do when in captivity. The inhumane treatment of whales in captivity causes negative effects on the animals which, in turn, affects the humans who care for them....   [tags: Whale, Killer whale, Beached whale, Killer whales]

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The Inhumane Treatment Of Whales

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Application Training Phase Of The System Implementation

- User Training Phase of the System Implementation Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course Title Date User Training Phase of the System Implementation The human resource is a great component in an organization. In this regard, the training of the staff so that they understand how the new system operates is a critical step. The advancement in technology has seen the design of a sophisticated system, which needs mastery to operate. In the healthcare, keeping records safe is important....   [tags: Computer, Personal computer, Training]

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How Important is a Drama Ministry Team for Your Church?

- The experience of having theatre in one’s church is unique. It not only provides a visceral engagement for the congregation of sermons starters, but also gives opportunity for social engagement and community outreach. Researchers in the field have explored these benefits and discovered that, ‘Theatre has the ability to communicate multiple streams of content on multiple levels (intellectual, emotional, kinesthetic)’ (Savidge, 2009, pg.10). However, theatre in the church is often only used for special occasions such as Easter, Advent, and Christmas....   [tags: theatre in one's church]

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Training And Development Of An Organization

- An organization is actually its people and the knowledge that they possess. Therefore, training and development of its employees is very essential for the success of any organization. Training and development enable employees to develop essential skills and competencies required to enhance the bottom-line results of any organization. Campbell, Dunnette, Lawler, and Weick (1970) divides training and development methods into three major divisions: On-the-job training: On-the-job training gives the employee an opportunity to use the tools and equipment which they will be using every day to carry out their specific job....   [tags: Training, Skill, Employment, Practice]

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Team And Organizational Citizenship Behavior

- Figure 3. Section C: Team Commitment Section D: Team/Organizational Citizenship Behavior The overall results of this indicate individual OCB has a strong correlation with team OCB. Sixty-three percent the respondents stated they strongly disagree that they consume a lot of time complaining about trivial matters and making problems bigger than they are (D2), but rather they focus on helping their team mates (D6), and pursuing knowledge that increases organizational learning (D6). Organizational learning (hypothesis 2) is contributes to personal growth and development, foundational keys to creating positive organizational culture Participation is a significant measure of commitment and growth...   [tags: Leadership, Skill]

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Effective Hrd Leaders At Any Level

- 1. Effective HRD leaders at any level in profit or non- profit organizations, whether they have 100, 1,000, 5,000 or more employees, make decision that reflect a business mentality. Therefore, in managing their function, they: C. Can talk the language of finance & Financial measurements in discussing the actual performance to goals of current HRD initiatives. Communication is a very important matter. As mentioned in class, in order to provide spectacular training, the best method is to communicate with the supervisors....   [tags: Management, Strategic management, Organization]

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Whale's Life on Entertainment Parks

- Everyone dreams to be able to go to SeaWorld, to see the whales—these majestic creatures gracefully swimming, so close to you. Then, you can go see the Shamu show, and you can see all the tricks the whales have been trained to do. When one finds out about the whale’s life, everything changes. Killer whales in SeaWorld are held in captivity without the necessary living conditions or treatments. Due to this, the whales should be released because they can acquire mental health issues and anger can build up, causing them to act out against trainers....   [tags: sea world, whales, shamu show, animal welfare]

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An Analysis Of Karen 's ' Beautiful Smile, Lovely Voice, And Fame

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The Global Financial Crisis ( Gfc ) From A Marxist Perspective

- This essay will examine the causes of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC) from a Marxist perspective. This paper will specifically examine and critique how Marx’s Theory of Crisis can be applied to understand and interpret the underlying structural causes of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Karl Marx is the father of the political and economic theory of Marxism. Marxism is essentially an analysis of capitalism (Trainer 2010). Marx regarded capitalism as deeply undesirable and he sought to bring an end to capitalism through a revolution and the creation of a future communist society (Trainer 2010)....   [tags: Capitalism, Karl Marx, Marxism, Economics]

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Personal Narrative : Helping People Live A Healthy Life

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Theories Of Health Behaviors That Assume Individuals Exist Within

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Why Gutenberg Developed A Faster Way Of Reproducing Documents

- I woke up to another beautiful day in August. I got up and got ready to go to the print shop, like any other day. This has been my regular routine since I moved to Mainz, Germany to learn how to print and make my own print business. The only way to learn the new improved way of printing is to go to the source, so I did. This is where Johannes Gutenberg developed a faster way of reproducing documents that is still effective today, in the year of 1481. I left my family to pursue a growing business that will eventually pay off....   [tags: Printing press, Printing, Johannes Gutenberg]

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- agely – Assignment #3 After completing the Learning Styles Questionnaire by Honey and Mumford my scores were Reflector- 9, Theorist- 8, Pragmatist- 8, and Activist- 7. Comparing my scores with the provided descriptions of learning styles, I was not surprised by the results and the explanations. The probability of combinations of learning styles was listed, with Reflector/Theorist occurring the most. However, my results could easily be either Reflector/Theorist or Reflector/Pragmatist or a combination of all four styles....   [tags: Learning, Skill, Psychology, Intelligence]

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The Movie Pain and Gain by Michael Bay

- The artifact I chose for my analyst is the movie Pain & Gain directed by Michael Bay. This film is based on true events that took place in Miami during the mid-1990s. The main character, Danny Lugo, is a personal trainer whose life revolved around physical fitness. During his employment at Sunshine gym he becomes acquainted with Adrian Doorbal, a fellow personal trainer. The two realize that their hard work in the gym has led to big muscles and empty pockets. Lugo soon lusts after the earnings and lifestyle achieved by a new gym member he begins to train: Victor Kershaw, who Lugo believes is a crook....   [tags: film analysis]

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What Is Corrupting Contemporary Youth in the USA?

- ... If a deviation from a moral principle leads to corruption, then the moral parameter within which the society operates in needs to be identified. We could then be able to deduce if the shift from the ideals occurred from the youth, or from society. Perhaps a reformation in the moral parameters may have occurred with each generation. Socrates, in Plato's Apology, before the Greek assembly, states that society is incapable of educating the youth. He gives an example of the horse, “.........But suppose I ask you a question: Would you say that this also holds true in the case of horses....   [tags: generation, society, views]

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Diet AND Exercise are Need to Slim Down

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Growing Up I Was A Diehard Basketball Player

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Jetts 24 Hour Fitness : Marketing Campaign

-   Jetts 24 Hour Fitness – Marketing Campaign Challenges with other Gyms • First step for this challenge would be select a date and then how to advertise. • Employees will aware to all customers who are interested for this challenge and all customers can ask to the staff about this challenge and can give their feedback. • Ask each and every frontline employee to be approach able every time and be friendly with the customers. • The staff will also announce that this competition will occur according the age group....   [tags: Management, Marketing, Marketing management]

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Factors That Influences The Success Of Mncs

- Culture Culture is one important factor that influences the success of MNCs in host country. Culture can be defined as values, beliefs, practices followed by a group of people, which shapes their behaviour and attitudes. MNC may try to bring the culture of the home country in the host country, but adjusting with the practices prevailing in the host country and their culture is of importance for the success of the MNC in that country. Example, Walt Disney case of opening the park in Paris. In the beginning the park was a failure, one the cultural practices in Europe was analysed and changes were bought accordingly the amusement park started functioning with profits....   [tags: Geert Hofstede, Cross-cultural communication]

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Steroids Damage both Athletes and Sports

- Athletes have passed or failed many tests in their life time. Either on the field or off the field it’s safe to say it would be better if they pass. Failing a test in the class room just means a bad grade. Failing a test in the sports world means an athlete can lose their job, get suspended, lose money, and lose their loyal fans and much more. Athletes can be drug tested for basically anything whether it is illegal drugs or performance enhancing drugs. Steroids are obviously the most well known drug in sports....   [tags: persuasive, argumentative essays]

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Sports Should Require Quality Safety Equipment

- Sports are a universal wide phenomenon. Athletics are played all over the globe and also here in Bullhead. Many people in the local high schools and through the city participate in sports. Many of the sports require some safety gear but it is not always quality. This tends to cause many injuries in sports that can be easily avoided with the right equipment. Other sports require safety equipment but not every safety accessory necessary to protect the players. This includes things like pads on soccer goals, facemasks on baseball helmets, or even mouth guards in football....   [tags: Workplace Health and Safety]

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Life of Pi, by Yann Martel

- According to Arthur Tugman, “The moral of a story is better guessed than falsely expressed”. The moral of Life of Pi by Yann Martel is to help people believe in things greater, higher and different than factual things. The author tries to achieve this goal by exceptional storytelling, which becomes the most important aspect of the novel because the reader is given a choice between two stories. While talking about those who rely fully on reason, Pi, the protagonist, accuses that they “lack imagination and miss the better story” (70)....   [tags: Life of Pi, Yann Martel]

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Work Place Safety Strategies and Performance

- Workplace accidents are a growing concern for many organizations. It is the Human Resources department that needs to implement a workforce safety strategy that is effective and understandable. In order for employees to understand the importance of workplace safety, they must be informed of proper workplace performance. Other factors that can reduce accidents are having a policy that indicates steps that need to be taken to prevent accidents, having safety personnel in charge, outline expectations, inspections, proper working conditions, and training....   [tags: accidents, safety, expectations, training]

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Reducing Large Chest Tips and Exercises

- A firm, well-defined chest can be the ultimate sign of femininity or masculinity. However, if you store excess fat in your upper chest, you might be plagued with sagging breasts or man boobs. Because solely spot reducing fat from your chest isn't possible, you must lose total body fat to slim down your problem area. (See References 1, p. 34) A healthy diet, cardio and strength training can help you accomplish this. Then targeted exercises can work your pectorals under the fat, to firm up your chest....   [tags: man boobs, chest, body fat, cardio]

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The Coast Guard Health Promotion Manual

- 1. The Coast Guard Health Promotion Manual (CGHPM) does not have a physical fitness program that teaches proper exercise technique which safely allows members to strengthen from core to extremity. A need for itemized overhaul of chapters four and five within the CGHPM and replace it with the CrossFit Training Guide. Chapter four CrossFit training guide will replace chapter four Physical Fitness and five Nutrition and Weight Management of the Coast Guard Health Promotion Manual. Cost of a CrossFit Level 1 certification is $800 per person, the cost to use the portions or all of the CrossFit Trainer Guide is free....   [tags: Physical exercise, Obesity, Physical fitness]

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