Causative Factors Essays

  • The Rise of Civilization and Writing

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    instead, used a method of record keeping that functioned in place of writing. This suggests that although there is a strong correlation between the development of a civilization and writing, it does not necessarily mean that writing is one of the causative factors in its rise. However, a record keeping system is crucial to a society's evolution towards complexity. One civilization that developed writing was the Sumerians in Mesopotamia which is located in present day Iraq. The Sumerians impressed wet

  • Shakespeare's Othello: Is Jealousy the Cause?

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    Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello is guided to murder by his passions. Which passions? Jealousy? Sexual jealousy? In this paper let us look into these questions. In the volume Shakespeare and Tragedy John Bayley denies that jealousy is a major causative factor in the play: The play eludes with ease any attempt to pin it down to a solution: why it happened, what caused it, what weakness in Othello was involved? Even jealousy as such is not the reason. Jealousy is a long-term affair, with its own rules

  • Plasmodium Falciparum Essay

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    Plasmodium falciparum: The Causative Agent of Malaria Introduction The protozoan Plasmodium falciparum is responsible for causing 500 million cases of malaria per year as well as 100-200 million deaths per year worldwide (Kuby, p438). The majority of these deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa, especially among malnourished children. Malaria is endemic in 92 countries, where 40% of the world’s population is at risk of the disease (WHO). Documentation of malaria occurs as far back as 4000BC, with

  • Causes of the American Revolution

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    From 1763, Americans had only to be convinced that an arbitrary ruler- whether Parliament or King-was violating their inherent rights, to feel that rebellion was justified. This conviction was bred in them by the series of events that occurred between 1763 and 1776. The language used to protest the British Acts was legal, and political. But the primary cause of the Revolution was economics. In theory the colonists accepted the principle that natural laws rather than royal decrees should

  • Causative Factors of the Spanish Civil War in 1936

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    Spanish Civil War breaking out, as just one of these factors could have led to discomfort in Spain but certainly not enough to start a War. All of these collaborative factors ultimately are what led to the strikes and uprisings from the people and it was probably the oppressive way in which these were handled which demanded radical action from some Spaniards, and they happened to be the military. However, in regard to the question the most important factor for the SCW breaking out when it did, in 1936,

  • Jealousy in Shakespeare's Othello

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    influencing the characters of Iago, Brabantio, Roderigo, and Othello. In this essay I shall be attempting to examine this theme in depth drawing comparison between jealousy and the consequential action. The dominance of jealousy as the chief causative force of action in the drama is very obvious to most critics. In William Shakespeare: The Tragedies, Paul A. Jorgensen exposes the main motivation in the story: In 'roundest' terms, Othello is a story of raging sexual jealousy prompted apparently

  • The Persuasive Tone of The Flea

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    emotional reaction to Donne's persuasion, which provokes his urge by applying poetic device in the poem. One of Donne's famous poetic devices is diction. Again in line one and ten appear "Mark" and "Oh stay." These words are denotations of strong causative voice in order to obtain mistress' attention. In addition to diction, another outstanding part is his rhetoric skill. For example, "Me it sucked first, and now sucks thee," (line 3). His using different ... ... middle of paper ... ...86) 93.

  • Shigella flexneri

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    Shigella flexneri Shigella flexneri, a facultative anaerobe belonging to the family Enterobacteriaceae, is a Gram-negative rod that is the causative agent of diarrhea and dysentery in humans. Potentially life-threatening, S. flexneri's effects include bacteremia, hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) and toxic megacolon (4). The principle disease of diarrhea and dysentery caused by this pathogen is known as shigellosis. 10-100 organisms are sufficient to cause disease, and transmission is generally

  • Shakespeare's Othello: Jealousy Sexual in Nature

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    Othello: Jealousy Sexual in Nature William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello manifests a lot of activity motivated by a variety of passions, some good and others not so. Let’s analyze what many critics consider to be the dominant passion on the part of the protagonist’s most significant actions. A. C. Bradley, in his book of literary criticism, Shakespearean Tragedy, describes the dominant motivating passion in Othello: In the second place, there is no subject more exciting than sexual

  • Compare And Contrast Schisomiasis And Japanese Encephalitis

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    The vector borne diseases that I will be comparing to schistosomiasis are Chagas and Japanese Encephalitis. Even though these diseases are all vector borne it does not mean that there are not their individual differences. Amongst all three of these diseases the aspects that can be compared are transmission and vector, people most at risk and symptoms produced by each. The main thing in common with these three diseases is also the main difference right off the back besides their names. For schistosomiasis

  • Autism: The Difficulties in Differential Diagnosis

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    evidence to support such a diagnosis. Autism has, in multiple studies, been related to a multitude of organic dysfunction’s. These include everything from genetic markers to metabolic diseases. A few of these dysfunction’s, be they associated or causative, are discussed in this essay. At present, physicians can base their early diagnoses only on the emotional and physical symptoms present in nearly 82% of all autistic children. However, the term "autism" as a disease should not be used to describe

  • Lyme Disease

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    backyard .It does not mean that only dirty yards have this disease but it is found in every Americans backyard. The disease is called Lyme disease. Now I will be elaborating on the disease. Every disease has a causative agent. This agent is a harmful bacterium that causes the disease. The causative agent for this disease is the bacteria Borrelia burgdoferi. A disease is transmitted in one way or the other. Lyme disease is transmitted through a vector. The vector of the disease is an infected deer tick

  • Communication Apprehension

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    (McCroskey, 1982) particularly in earlier work, some researchers have found the need to distinguish between them. Reticence was originally thought of in relation to CA, particularly in connection with stage fright, and anxiety was identified as the causative agent that produced the characteristic behavior patterns. (McCroskey, 1977b; McCroskey, 1982) However during the 1970’s the constructs of reticence and CA evolved and changed to become quite disparate. According to McCroskey (1982) the contemporary

  • The Power of Superstition

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    superstitions to date. Basic superstitions can be broken down into three broad categories: Predictive, Causative and Conversion. Predictive superstitions are when people believe that a particular superstition will predict an oncoming event. Causative superstitions are based on someone actually doing something to make something bad happen. Conversion superstitions generally combine predictive and causative superstitions (Lechniak). There are many aspects of the wedding superstition. Weddings superstitions

  • Boston´s Role in the American Revolution

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    city of Boston, Massachusetts, with non stop revolting, the Boston Tea Party, and also the Boston Massacre, all as contributing factors. Many revolutionists, such as Samuel Adams and Boston’s Sons of Liberty have all played major roles in helping such events to happen. What many people don’t realize is what an impact Boston has had on Americas Freedom. Many causative actions such as The Sugar Act, The Stamp Act, The Quartering Act, and the Townshend Act were all causes as to why Boston hosted

  • Statistical Investigation into Rollercoaster Data

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    obtained from a World Rollercoaster Database. The information that can be seen from the database about an individual rollercoaster is: which country designed it, when it opened, its height, its length, its max speed, the ride time, and the thrill factor out of 10. I am going to investigate whether the fastest rides are the most exciting. I would like to answer this question during the course of the investigation. Hypothesis I will use the rollercoaster database to answer the following question:

  • Investigation of the Factor that Affects the Change in Temperature Between Iron and Copper Sulphate

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    Investigation of the Factor that Affects the Change in Temperature Between Iron and Copper Sulphate In this investigation I am going to investigate a factor that effects the change in temperature between copper sulphate solution and iron filings. The variable involved in this investigation are: · The volume of copper sulphate · The mass of iron filings added · Rise in temperature · Concentration of the copper sulphate In this in investigation my input variable that I

  • The Factor of Consolidation of the Mankind

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    The Factor of Consolidation of the Mankind Works Cited Missing ABSTRACT: The aspiration of people almost everywhere to construct a public life on the basis of justice is the predominant tendency in the historical development of humankind. The natural world in which we dwell is, from the standpoint of our using its resources to satisfy our vital needs, one and indivisible. Thus, the public conditions of human activity in the economic, social, and political spheres should be brought into harmony

  • The Opposition to Human Cloning: How Morality and Ethics Factor in

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    The Opposition to Human Cloning: How Morality and Ethics Factor in If a random individual were asked twenty years ago if he/she believed that science could clone an animal, most would have given a weird look and responded, “Are you kidding me?” However, that once crazy idea has now become a reality, and with this reality, has come debate after debate about the ethics and morality of cloning. Yet technology has not stopped with just the cloning of animals, but now many scientists are contemplating

  • Investigation into the Factor of Light and Dark Affecting Woodlice

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    Investigation into the Factor of Light and Dark Affecting Woodlice Predictions It was expected that a woodlice would prefer a damp, dark, but moderately warm surrounding. Normally one would expect to find slaters under logs or concrete slabs in one's garden. Under these large objects, the sun cannot reach directly; therefore it is darker, damper and colder than the surroundings. Nevertheless, in winter we do not see woodlice crawling around very often, and, also at night, it may actually