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    New York: Broadway Books, 2003. II. Summary of the Main Ideas 1. Subject: Bill Bryson is writing about science and the discoveries we have made into knowing about the universe, and the earth's existence. 2. Occasion; Bryson had written A Short History of Nearly Everything, because, Bryson had felt that “[The science book] wasn’t exciting at all” (5), therefore he hadn't liked science verymuch. Until, one day he had wondered how did they know that we had layers to the earth when we have never

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    predominantly male science world. The characters, Celestine Price and Professor Arderly, are used to show examples of how women have little voice in the field of science. The female characters suggest how women are often looked upon as sex objects rather than co-workers and they are given little opportunity to balance a scientific career with raising a family. By weaving these issues into his novel, Dr. Djerassi illustrates the following theme: Discrimination against women in the field of science is harmful

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    which they seek to identify themselves (Holland et al. 2001, Wortham 2006, Calabrese Barton et al. 2013). An important aspect in the development of identity is agency within socially mediated contexts; having faculty within certain domains, such as science or art, and having this agency recognized and validated by others, can empower further engagement and development of identity (Brickhouse and Potter 2001, Calabrese Barton and Tan 2010). This is also true for the development of learning (Calabrese

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    involved to become more and more sophisticated every day. Along with that fast changing world, social science needs have grown to become a necessity. And social psychology is one of them. More specific than sociology, social psychology is defined as the study of how people react to each other behaviors, thoughts and opinions (Lilienfeld, Lynn, Namy, and Woolf, 2014). The reason that this social science field is vital is because we will have knowledge of how to improve or affect other people’s behaviors

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    Louis Pasteur

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    Besanon. He earned his bachelor of arts degree in 1840, and subsequently his bachelor of science degree in 1842 at the Royal College of Besanon. In 1843, Pasteur was admitted to the cole Normale Supérieure, a college especially focused towards producing teachers. Pasteur obtained his master of science degree in 1845 and then acquired an advanced degree in physical sciences, later earning his doctorate in sciences in 1847. Ready to conduct research and make contributions to the community of scientists

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    The science world, as a whole, knows very little about the brain and nervous system and how the one organ and its companion system can make up a person. They also do not fully understand the diseases that genetically alter how the brain works. The neuroscience researchers are faced with a new puzzle every day. They are the pioneers of the neuroscience field. These are the people that I want to be considered part of. I have, as a result of wanting this future, explored the career environment and why

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    A Career in the Social Science Field

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    expectations in my career in the Social Science field and how the topics I have learned in this class will prepare me for my future. When graduate, I plan on becoming a Social Worker and my goal is to graduate with both a bachelors and master’s degree from UMUC. I believe that I will enjoy this area of work because I really take pleasure in encouraging people to do well. There are several technological competencies needed for social work such as using science research to gather, arrange, and decipher

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    discuss ethical implications that might interfere with the production of knowledge in the field of natural sciences and arts. Ethics is defined as the moral principles that govern a person’s or group’s behaviors and actions towards a certain subject. Ethical implications are the problems that a certain action would have on ethics. This particular essay title tackles the areas of knowledge of natural sciences and arts and ethics. Many knowledge issues can be associated with this topic such as “To what

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    To: Incoming Computer Science Students From: Christopher Beberness Subject: Vulnerability Assessment Analysis Date: October 8, 2016 Purpose The vulnerability assessment is used in the cyber security field of the computer science. The purpose of this report template is to effectively convey information conducted from a penetration test on a company’s network. Background The vulnerability assessment report is comprised of any exploit or possible weaknesses found in a company’s network while conducting

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    does it mean to be literate in science, or to have ‘Scientific literacy’? Surely any definition given here must conform to the accepted social view of literacy; yet still need to encompass anything that could be required of a scientist – at least as far as literacy is concerned. Any definition of scientific literacy must then explain the literacy demands and opportunities specific to speaking and listening, reading and viewing, writing and composing in the science discourse; although of course no

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