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    John Small, a fourteen year old boy in Uptown St. Paul, proceeds into the Suburban World Cinema, anxious to see Abel Ferrara's Bad Lieutenant. He is equipped with a parental note, replete with the phone number where his parents can be reached to verify that they did indeed author the note should its authenticity be questioned. John pushes seven crumpled-up dollar bills and the folded note into the metal dugout under the box office window, only to be met with a tinny, disinterested voice booming through

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    Outline I. Introduction - History of the rating system and the MPAA (parag.1-2) II. Thesis paragraph (3) THESIS: By wearing a mask of deceiving helpfulness, the current system hijacks the role of the parent in choosing what is acceptable for our youth III. Current process and definitions of ratings (4) IV. The rating system is harmful to our children A. Ratings do not accurately reflect harmful, frightening images (5) B. The harmful effects of violence are inaccurately reflected

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    voluntary and not required for movies to participate in the rating. The system is most recognized as a way for parents to know the content of a film, there are five different rating categories, and the system should stay the same. Before movies were rated many officials were upset that movies could be viewed by everyone and there was no control of content. The movie rating system is used continuously throughout America ever since it was created by the National Association of Theatre Owners and Motion

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    The ROAD to Success

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    The R.O.A.D. to Success Today in America, one prominent field is always in need of new workers: the medical field. The demand for physicians has steadily increased over the past few decades. Logically, this makes sense considering that the United States’ population has increased by nearly 70 million people in a span of 30 years (“Population”). Patients are limited to the doctors that are employed within a convenient distance; with a limited number of doctors being put out every year (approximately

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    ... middle of paper ... ...ated how would Lyndon Johnson of known? Lyndon then done his best to make something that would help their future life. Without all three of them civil rights may not of changed much or maybe even more, but Malcolm X who had made himself who he is today, done all the threatening which did work in a way as something that he had dreamed of had come out and civil rights had been dealt with and they would now be equal to the white man. Martin Luther King, who went

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    This Film is Not Yet Rated is a documentary directed by Kirby Dick, and produced by Eddie Schmidt about the Motion Picture Association of America (or the MPAA) and their often-unjust rules in rating movies. The MPAA’s rating system is as follows: G and PG are the same as they are in Australia, M is called PG-13 in America, MA15+ is R, and R18+ is NC-17, the latter being the strongest rating. The difference between an R movie and an NC-17 movie can be as wide as hundreds of millions of dollars, and

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    For as long as anyone can remember, people and have been judge and have judged others on various things including appearance. Appearance says a lot who we are individually as well as collectively. Contrary to what people believe, how we dress or present ourselves conveys who we are and how we may be, regardless of whether it is correct or not. Appearance can be equally important as knowledge in the field when it comes to the workplace. Every day we are told to dress the part, to convey the proper

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    Gender and the Internet

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    have changed from the article. When addressing the female market, automakers are beginning to admit that "women" are not a single, homogeneous market. Until just a few years ago, all women were categorized as "mothers." Now they are seen as generation X-ers, college students, sports car intenders, 8-5ers, baby boom... ... middle of paper ... ....plasticsurgery4u.com/ http://www.ienhance.com/gallery/default.asp http://www.malepregnancy.com http://www.ivf.com Bad Websites: www.cybergrrl

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    spectrum of an x-ray beam. To summarize, “Spectral CT acquires data sets at both low- and high-kVp settings” (Lentz 2014). Spectral CT was first studied back in the 1980’s, but Stefan Ulzheimer, PhD, said, “Because of various hurdles, it never made it into clinical practice” (Lentz 2014). John W. Steidley, PhD, states in his article Exploring the Spectrum, “While these exercises were of academic interest, CT detector technology at the time wasn’t yet advanced enough to separate the x-ray beam into

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    emerging technology (Valued Options , n.d). Their relationship with digital technology will positively influence the development of their teaching practice. The generation gap between those born post 2000 and Gen X can be minimised to students by recalling that Google and YouTube were created by Gen X (Grimes, 2011, p. 1-3). These tools enable lifelong learning by providing the ability to view, and research topics anywhere (Howell, 2012, p. 13). Gen Xers, have been in the workforce for some time. They know

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    Malcolm X and Civil Rights Movements

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    Klux Klan and other hate groups were popular to be in. It was a very dangerous time for colored people both in the North and the South despite the progressive movements taking place, and Malcolm X was a victim of these times, and therefore he was the perfect face for the Civil Rights Movement. Malcolm X was born and raised for a short while in Nebraska, in a simple family that didn’t harm anyone. His mother was a stay-at-home mom who was constantly watching him and his seven siblings. His father

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    The Equity Theory: Personality Motivation

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    Management (Robbins, Decenzo & Coulter, 2013). He holds high expect... ... middle of paper ... ...d Bristow, D., Amyx, D., Castleberry, S. B., & Cochran, J. J. (2011). A CROSS-GENERATIONAL COMPARISON OF MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS IN A SALES CAREER AMONG GEN-X AND GEN-Y COLLEGE STUDENTS. Journal Of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 31(1), 77-85. doi:10.2753/PSS0885-3134310105 Chung Hee, K., & SCULLION, H. (2013). The effect of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on employee motivation: A cross-national

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    none more famous than Malcolm X or known by his Islamic name El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. MLK and Malcolm X had almost completely opposite methods of achieving their dream, for blacks to be treated equally. MLK believed that it could only be achieved by non-violent protest, while Malcolm X used violent protest. Malcolm X and MLK protested in a very different style, both of which were very successful; however, MLK was more successful in his protests. Firstly, MLK and Malcolm X were a lot alike. Both had

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    Open Systems Interconnections Protocol

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    The Third level is the Routing & Relaying [networking] Level which pr... ... middle of paper ... ...ource, Second Edition. Retrieved 2014, from Ecampus Library: https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/content/eBookLibrary2/content/eReader.aspx IBM. (2007). X.25 Network Communications Overview. Retrieved 2014, from IBM: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/aix/v6r1/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.aix.aixlink25%2Fdoc%2Fx25usrgd%2Foverv.htm Works Cited Chen, T. M., & Liu, S. S. (2002). ATM Switching. Wiley

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    Overcoming Obstacles in a Diverse Workplace

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    when overcoming generational differences between generation X and Y as well as overcoming cultural and gender differences in the workplace. Differences in Generation X and Generation Y Although widely debated, the consensus is that the birth range for generation X and generation Y are from 1965 to 1980 and 1980 to 2000 respectively. According to Mhatre and Conger, “currently there are around 48 million individuals belonging to generation X, while generation Y is around 30 million” (Mahtre, K. and

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    Unleashing My Critical Perception

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    society. I have grown this admiration for black political leaders, specifically Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. I left every class with Professor Chapman enlightened. I now have a profound interest in African American history and will continue to pursue it as my major. For the first time I will admit that having a deep understanding of the lives of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X has created a new me. This class has allowed me to reflect and evaluate my childhood, religious upbringing, High

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    Society’s captivation with extraterrestrials stems back to when the first humans looked up into the night sky and gazed upon the stars. From simple navigation, to telling stories, that very human fascination helped to build the great civilization that we are all a part of. One of the first recorded stories of flying crafts was found in Egyptian tombs, written in hieroglyphs, depicted flying chariots piloted by the gods. Ever since, civilizations, such as the Romans and Greeks have been intent with

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    A Comparison of Digital and Analog Radiology

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    describe the “pros” and “cons” of each type. The three types are: Digital Radiology, Computed Radiology, and Analog Radiology. Digital radiology, or DR, refers to a computer-based form of X-ray technology that uses digital imaging instead of traditional X-ray film to create medical images. It requires the use of new x-ray machines built with a digital detector. (Degree Dictionary) This allows an image to be taken, much like with a digital camera and projected on a computer screen. There are two types

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    decades, “The American Dream” has included the belief that the future generation will fare better than the present one; however, millenials are not projected to fare better than the present generation X for many reasons. One major reason millenials are not projected to do as well as the current Generation X is a financial one. According to David Leonhardt of the New York Times, “The typical American household made less money last year than the typical household made a full decade ago,” while the “median

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    Employability and protean career

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    1. Introduction The relevance and sustainability of the notion of employability in organizations in the postmodern era has being contributed due to global market pressure, high technology mass communication which has resulted in protean career. Employability can be defined as the ability of an individual to move within an organization or between jobs. In the modern world conditions like external environment of organization have influenced and shaped the nature of careers within organizations. The

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