Cromer Essays

  • The Effect of Tourism in the Seaside Towns of Cromer and Southend-on-Sea

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    The Effect of Tourism in the Seaside Towns of Cromer and Southend-on-Sea Tourism is the world’s fastest growing industry. Every country in the world is putting significant amounts of money into tourism. It increases the amount of income coming into the area. IT means there will be better Facilities, such as shops, transport etc… Employment rises. Roads are better looked after, and the economy becomes greater. Yet tourism also has its disadvantages. It produces more litter in the initial

  • Edward Said's Orientalism

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    related to Said's ideas of Orientalism. In his book, Orientalism, Edward Said explains in detail exactly what he believes the word Orientalism means. He tries to prove his concepts through the words of statesmen, including Britain's Evelyn Baring Cromer. Cromer's words reflect the concepts introduced by Said. According to Said, one definition of Orientalism is that it is a "style of thought based upon an ontological and epistemological distinction made between 'the Orient' and the 'Occident'."

  • Alan Cromer’s Connected Knowledge

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    that it is in the form of a vehement crusade Cromer wages against constructivism with science and a scientific habit of mind as his sword and shield. In battle like style, Cromer starts on the defensive, trying to debunk the postmodernist interpretations of modern physics often used to declare science and thus all other academic pursuits “subjective.” After defending his own territory (Cromer is a physics professor at Northeastern University), Cromer goes on the offensive against those he deems

  • Comparing the Native Characters in Colonial Literature to the European Characters in Post-Colonial

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    European readers than the actual inhabitants of the new world. The natives' overwhelming otherness eclipsed any individuality that might have been found among them. The native was childish, incapable of reason, and savagely unchristian, or as Lord Cromer described him, a being which "generally acts, speaks and thinks in a manner that is exactly opposite to the European" (qtd. in Said 39). The European world was first given Robinson Crusoe's Friday as a native or, more accurately, the native. Friday

  • Cromer: Northern Beaches

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    Cromer Summary Cromer is an affluent suburb of Sydney, considered part of the Northern Beaches due to its proximity to the beaches. It’s also only about 20 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD. Cromer has its own small shopping precinct with a few local shops and cafes and restaurants sprinkled about the community. There are multiple sports facilities in the local parks and reserves that features areas where you can picnic, barbeque, take a walk, or take the kids to the playground. The prestigious Cromer

  • The Importance Of Graphic Novels

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    novels curate skills not normally utilized the reader’s interaction of the visual and written texts require time. Graphic novels have been compared to the language of hypertext, where this format (Cromer, Clark 575) is categorized of being “flexible and open ended, approached in multi-layered ways” (Cromer, Clark 575 This allows students the opportunity to examine both the interdependency of the visuals and how they relate to the text in the purpose of conveying the story allowing the to deconstruct

  • Britney Spears

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    Modern society has made a sub-culture that lives in a reality that is not real. It is so far from the truth that the inhabitants of this sub-culture so often cannot live in both realities and have become a spectacle for others to marvel at. This sub-culture is made up of entertainers, millionaires, and athletes. The people in this group can range from newborns to death and some live on well after. The specimens that I find an interest in are the young ones that enter into this society not knowing

  • Design of a Railway Coach Solar Heater and Pump System

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    water heater that resembles the concept still in use today was a metal tank that was painted black and placed on the roof where it was tilted toward the sun (Cromer, et al., 2006). The concept worked, but it usually took all day for the water to heat, then, as soon as the sun went down, it cooled off quickly because the tank was not insulated (Cromer, et al., 2006). In some rural areas, the olden method of water heating through sun is still practiced, where water is poured into a plastic basin and placed

  • Personality Change Due to Accidents

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    There had been a lot of case studies and stories regarding people who suffered personality changes caused by different sorts of accidents. It was not just about the physical problems that happens when a brain injury is present, personality change also comes whenever a part of the brain is injured, typically, whenever the frontal lobe is damaged or injured, it may result to some changes. Personality Change does vary; one may experience different changes from the other victim. Personality Change is

  • The Journey Of A Hero's Journey

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    When I think about the steps of The Hero's Journey, I think back to myself; Am I on my own Hero’s Journey as I type this essay? A hero's journey comes in steps which are the Normal World, Call to Adventure, Refusal of the call, Mentor, Start the journey,Tests, Allies, Supreme ordeal, and lastly the Resolution. I'm going to take you through the steps in my own hero's journey. My Normal World was my mother and stepfather having a weird yet happy relationship. I remember the good times and the bad ones

  • Psychopathology In The Criminal Justice Setting

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    Psychology is defined as the scientific study of the human mind and behavior (McLeod, 2011). Psychology is broken down into many sub-field of studies such as human development, sports, heath, clinical, social behavior, and cognitive process (McLeod, 2011). However, even though psychologists are unable to physically see mental processes that affects the human mind such as thoughts, memories, and dreams they are still expertise in those areas. Numerous research methods have been proven by empirical

  • Anxiety Disorders

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    improve the symptoms of anxiety disorders, although many people do not seek treatment due to fear or misdiagnosis. With proper treatment, profound beneficial effects can be achieved in the psychosocial aspects of an individual’s life. References Cromer, R. J. (2007). Abnormal Psychology (6th ed). New York: Worth Publishers Falvo, D. R. (2009). Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability (4th ed). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. NetWellness. (2011). Mental

  • Multidisciplinary Health Approach Essay

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    health professional can work with policy makers to pass laws that would allow collaboration with schools and provide family planning services including information about sex, and how to prevent pregnancy without the need to have parental consent. Cromer, & McCarthy (1999) stated, “Interviewees in Sweden and the Netherlands described a close liaison between family planning services and local schools, while key informants in the United States reported parental resistance to such coordination” (para

  • How Are Women Treated Differently Than Men By The Criminal Justice System?

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    Cromer (2004;394) highlights a good example of how middle class people who commit crimes are viewed differently to those from poorer background. On January 1984, Dereck Roth was found dead next to his taxi, it was discovered that the murders were middle class boys from respectable families. This caused a moral panic and permissiveness was regularly cited as the underlying cause of the murder. The criminal justice system is the network of agencies that respond to crime, including the police, courts

  • Lawrence Wright’s The Looming Tower

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    Introduction Throughout the 1990s and into the 21st century, words such as jihad, suicide bomber, and al-Qaeda increasingly permeated the collective consciousness of Americans. These words were associated with fear, with terror, with the threat of death, and with the eastern ‘Other’. September 11, 2001 is a day on which most can recall the shaky words of broadcasters and the billowing plumes of smoke that were emitted from the towers of the World Trade Centre when members of the Islamic fundamentalist

  • Imperialism in Egypt

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    How did imperialism manage to bring both disaster and success to Egypt? The morals of imperialism are mixed; it all depends on perspective. It brought along famines, heavy taxes, and many others to Egypt. On the other hand, it opened up trade routes from Britain to Asia and India, formed a steady supply of cotton for Britain, etc. (, Egypt) In the beginning, Egypt actually tried to modernize itself, as an attempt to ward off European dominance (Modern World History

  • Antisocial Personality Disorder: A Sociopath's Brain

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    over taking the seat next to her. He introduces himself as Mr. Cromer and engages her in a charming conversation, sweeping her off her feet. In her head everything is going great, she has met the perfect man, all the while she hasn’t noticed that he has lead her to the door of a warehouse. By the time she realizes where she is it is too late, he has her now. As she begins to scream he shoves her in the building ending all hope. Mr. Cromer actually suffers from a severe case of antisocial personality

  • Analysis of Lila Abu-Lughod’s Do Muslim Women Really Need Saving?

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    Lila Abu-Lughod’s article titled, “Do Muslim Women Really Need Saving?” takes a closer look at the problematic ethnocentric approach many have when trying to gain an understanding of another culture that may be foreign to that individual. In this analytical paper, Lughod looks at women in Islam, specifically the treatment of women and how it might be utilized as a justification for invading into a country and liberating its people. The country Lughod refers to in her article is Afghanistan, and

  • The Child Abuse Epidemic in the United States

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    According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 3.3 million referrals for alleged maltreatment were made in 2013. Out of the 3.3 million referrals, 899,000 children were officially documented as being maltreated(Child Abuse & Neglect 2015). Child abuse is the mistreatment of a child. Child abuse is recognized in several forms; physical, emotional, sexual and neglect. Children who experience any form of abuse will tend to withdraw themselves from their peers and sometimes from other

  • Glacial Till

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    Glacial Till The characteristics of glacial till reflect the erosional, transportational and depositional history of the constituent sediment.’ Glacial till is a heterogeneous mixture of rock fragments ranging in size from clay to boulders and is deposited directly from glacial ice without water transport. (Strahler A. H. & Strahler A. N. 1976). Ice sheets deposited in the Pleistocene period may be more than 30 m deep and inevitably the constituents of glacial till will reflect the retreats