Challange Essays

  • The Challange of Space Travel

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    The reasons for space travel are countless. Population growth is a major problem that could be helped if space travel led to discovering potentially viable living environments other than Earth. Currently, the population is doubling every 35 years and may speed up with increased technology (1). There is a vicious cycle of poverty, lack of education, and corruption that is already occurring in third world countries due to the population. A second problem that could be helped is a direct result of the

  • The Challange of Cultural Diversity in Corporate America

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    The Challange of Cultural Diversity in Corporate America The expanding conflict over cultural diversity in corporate America may present as many opportunities and problems as affirmative action. Today, cultural diversity is an important fact of life and business, due to the changing face of society, and therefore, the work place. It is growing ever more essential for people to interact with others outside of their racial, ethical, religious, regional, social, etc. boundaries. To stay

  • J.K Rowling: A Life of Challanges and Success

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    J. K. Rowling is the writer of the Harry Potter books, which started in 1997 with, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The hero of the books, Harry Potter was a seemingly normal kid who found out that he was a wizard on his eleventh birthday. He receives training to become a wizard at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The books are a constant struggle between good and evil. Harry uses the magic he learns, to protect his friends and defeat his enemies. One of the things J.K Rowling and

  • Cultual Challanges Of Doing Business

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    A major challenge of doing business internationally is to adapt effectively to different cultures. Steve Kafka, an American of Czech origin and a franchiser for Chicago Style Pizza has decided to expand his business to Czech Republic. This is a risky decision and Steve anticipates he will face obstacles as he goes about setting up the new pizza outlet at this new location, Prague. In international management, culture is acquired knowledge that peoples use to interpret experiences and generate

  • The Challanges Faced by the Coca-Cola Company

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    The Coca-Cola Company distributing the Coca-Cola product has faced many macroeconomic variables that indicate trends in the economy. A reduction in consumer confidence in the United States, resulting in lower product sales, has been offset by rising sales in overseas markets. Coca-Cola has combated problems such as unemployment, global warming, and rising interest rates. The Coca-Cola Company looks to new programs to encourage employment, additional ways to provide water for their product, and

  • The Challange of Love in Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare

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    Four lovers each with his or her own challenge in love, Lysander and Hermia who love each other but may never be together, and Demetrius who loves Hermia and rejects Helena’s truthful devotion. Shakespeare’s writing style is the essence that brings forth the emotions within his works. Throughout a Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, commonplace literary devices are used to emphasize his style of writing. , Shakespeare depicts the theme of love’s difficulty, especially with the use of

  • The Challanges Faced by White Teachers Teaching Black Students

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    Given the changing racial demographics of our nation’s schools (with the white population increasingly becoming the minority) and that the main role of our teachers, most of whom are white, is shaping the education of our students, the question is: How can white teachers effectively teach students of color? Although little is known about the effectiveness of white teachers and achievement in students of color, there definitely is an underlying philosophy of multicultural education that students

  • Similarities between Business & Military Strategy

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    the way, the weather, the terrain, the leadership and dicipline.' First of them is the way. In war the way you have to avoid from the strong andstrike at weak. Therefore at the beginning when you want to grow your business you don't neet to challange stronger rivals at first, you have to grow first by challanging the weak rivals in the busin...

  • New France

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    Location The location of New France was North America. North America was an area colonized by France which stretched from New Foundland to Hudson Bay to the Rocky Mountains all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico. All the territory was divided into 5 different colonies and those colonies were: Canada, Acadia, Hudson Bay, New Foundland(Plaisance), and Louisiana. Why Did Settlers Come to New France? Some settlers came for jobs and others came because either the king was going to give them money

  • Essay On E Waste Management

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    E- waster Management : a case study on banglore , india Introduction: Enormous production of elctronic and electical devices and consumer oriented growth are new environmental challanges . the growing threat of E – waste. E waste consist of precious metal like silver, lead , platinum and base metals like copper , aluminium , zinc , nikil , iron and some toxic metal like murcury , cromium , cadmium , some holagens and combustibles some of which are harmful for environment . Nowdays , main ways

  • Success and the Wrong Path: What We Call Failure

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    Final-Draft: This I Believe In: "Sucess" And The Wrong Path (What We Call, "Failure") Hi dudes and dudetts out there on the road of life... my name is J.C., and I believe every High-School student that attends at a High-School is human intellgently capable of choosing to materialize hard-work and dedication to obtain endless "sucess..." or temporarly creating the wrong-path... what we call "failure..." which is a huge... terrible... regretable

  • You Need To Go Upstairs Short Story

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    All people are faced with challenges in everyday life. Some are temporary and some are permanent, yet no matter how hard you should always persevere. You Need to go Upstairs is a short story about a girl named Alice who needs to go upstairs to use the bathroom. The only problem is she is blind. The story starts out outside in the garden with Alice in her mother, a few paragraphs later a visitor comes who we never found out the identity of. Alice announces she needs to go up stairs and that she will

  • David Foster Wallace Rhetorical Structure

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    Structure has the ability to make or break a speech regardless of the speaker. There are many ways to structure a speech from topical structure to sequence which has many sub-structures underneath each overall arching structure types. Wallace leaves his audience with a sense of completion through the way Wallace seamlessly connects his early example of the the two young fish and older fish to his overall claim and evidence. He speaks in a conversational tone which appeals to broader audiences, yet

  • Digital Workplace

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    Orginzatoins need to address related challanges in governance, risk and compliance by embracing a governance model that is enables connectivity and colleboration while mitigating the risks to orginzatoin's IP and assets and compliance. Digital Workplace enables flexible governance model by

  • Four Principles Of Bioethics: The Four Concepts Of Ethics

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    example, let’s say a mother finds out her child will be born with down syndrome in week 10 of her pregnancy. In that scenario, is it doing good to not bring that child in the world? Some would argue yes, due to the pressure to have normal kids and the challanges people with down syndrome face in society(Jotkowitz). While others would argue that people with down syndrome are capable of being functioning members in society and therefore life should not be taken from them. As it can be seen, beneficence and

  • The Ultimate Fighting Championship ( Ufc )

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    The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has been elevating the level of adrenaline for a long time now. The tournament spawned back in 1993, and it 's truly becoming a national trademark in the States, just like wrestling. It has become significantly bigger in the past few years, with amazing contestants like Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor. The latter is only 28 and he has quickly become the face of UFC with his incredible performances and personality. All of those reasons led me to try the new

  • Problems Affecting My Mousetrap Car

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    I have learned quite a lot while constructing my mousetrap car. For example i learned that the friction that is active while the mousetrap car is in motion is rolling and static. Rolling friction occurs when an object rolls over a surface, in my case the CDs are rolling on the floor causing the car to move. Static friction occurs when one solid surface slides over another, for example my solid car sliding over a solid surface.Fortunately i didn't have very much problems related to friction. For my

  • Steel Essay

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    building. it began in chicago, a city whose central business district was growing rapidly. the pressure of land values in the early 1880s led owners to demand taller buildings. the architect and engineer William Le Baron Jenney responded to this challange with the ten storey home insurance company building in 1885, which had a nearly all-steel structure. the frame consisted of cast iro... ... middle of paper ... ...eel use's Airplane hangars sports arenas warehouse buildings school buildings

  • Women In Boxing Essay

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    this struggle and stress and creates the differences which is away from the nature of tax. Professional sports are specifically defined on the basis of democracy politics and strained gender differences. These differences present an unavoidable challange for women to be

  • The Importance Urbanisation in India

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    INTRODUCTION Urbanisation refers to peoples changing attitude towards social life and modernization. It is a process by which there is an increase in proportion of people living in urban area, leading to transformation of land for residential, commercial, and industrial purposes. The basic reason for increasing urbanisation is increase in the number of people moving into cities, for jobs, higher education, and better future prospective and for much higher quality of life. Urbanization allows for