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I.- Why do people lie?
Everybody lies. It may only be “white” lies, but everyone tells lies or “omits the truth” sometimes. We start lying at around age 4 to 5 when children gain an awareness of the use and power of language. This first lying is not malicious, but rather to find out, or test, what can manipulated in a child’s environment. Eventually children begin to use lying to get out of trouble or get something they want. White lies, those concocted to protect someone’s feelings, are not a big deal at all. The person, however, who seems to feel compelled to lie about both the small and large stuff has a problem. We often call these folks pathological liars (which is a description, not a...
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Lying is ubiquitous. It is seen everywhere and it is truly an art form, it comes in many shapes and forms: white lies, doublespeak, and dismissal are some of many forms of lies. Whether lying is a positive or a negative thing is a question that many people have different views on. Humans are very selfish, everyone lives for themselves, everything someone does is something that is in their best interest. Whether you're a Politician, insurance salesman, a real-estate agent, or simply just an average Joe doing nothing special you're going to be lying countless times throughout your life to people you hate and love. And that is okay because it's your life and if you can get what you want or...
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“Ford Pinto Case”
After watching this video about the Ford Pinto Case, I think their decision was no ethical, because of the cost-benefit analyses they applied, trying to determine if the flaw in Ford Pinto automobiles is worth the financial risk in comparison to the value in human life, which is unconscionable and indefensible. Ford estimated that each dead that could be avoided would be worth $200.000 and each major burn injury $67.000 and average for repair cost of $700 per car involved in an accident. Moreover, it assumed that there would be 2100 burned vehicles, 180 serious burn injuries and 180 burn deaths. And when they made some math, the cost was calculated to be $137 million,...
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Vygotsky is known his theory, called the Cultural-Historical Theory. This theory states that child development is the result of the interactions between children and their social environment. These interactions include those with parents, teachers, playmates, classmates, brothers and sisters. They also involve relationships with significant objects, such as books or toys, and culturally specific practices that children engage in the classroom, at home, and on the playground. Children are active partners in these interactions, constructing knowledge, skills, and attitudes and not just mirroring the world around them.
Vygotsky opposed the psychologists who believed that...
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In Dutch, the future tense is expressed by using the construction gaan (to go) + infinitive for actions which will take place in the near (or immediate) future, and zullen (to shall, will) + infinitive for actions which will take place in the not so near future or when the time of the future action is unknown. In such constructions, the verbs gaan and zullen are used in the simple present tense. The conjugations for the two irregular verbs are shown below.
gaan (to go) | zullen (shall, will) |
Dutch | | English |
Ik ga. | | I am going. |
Jij/U gaat. | | You are going. |
Hij/Zij/Het gaat. | | He/She/It is going. |
Wij gaan. | | We are going. |
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In the beginning, God created the earth and everything in it. He looked at
everything He had created and saw that it was perfect (Genesis 1:1, 31). All of God’s
creation worked together in perfect harmony. Why, then, is the world not perfect today?
In the beginning of the world, mankind fell from perfection and God made a plan to
All of God’s creation was perfect. Man was perfect because “God created man in
his own image” (Genesis 1:27). Adam, the first man, was alone, so God created a
woman, Eve, from one of Adam’s ribs. Eve was the perfect companion for Adam.
Because the world was free of sin, Adam and Eve knew nothing of evil. In order to...
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Unit 4 Assignment
GB550 Financial Management
May 17, 2011
Security A has an expected rate of return of 6%, a standard deviation of returns of 30%, a correlation coefficient with the market of -0.25, and a beta coefficient of -0.5. Security B has an expected return of 11%, a standard deviation of returns of 10%, a correlation with the market of .75, and a beta coefficient of 0.5. Which security is more risky? Why?
Using SML: rA= rrf + (rm – rrf)bi
Security A is riskier because of its negative correlation to the market. Also its beta is negative causing to believe its risk will increase over time.
You are given the following set of data:...
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Spices; they come in a host of flavors, used in a variety of ways, and can be found
in just about everything we eat. Whether it is the hot chili peppers or the ground substance we use to flavor our dishes, their use has become synonymous with the food signature of cultures around the world. Though the words hot and spicy are often used interchangeably, they may not always refer to the same thing. Wherein spice is a general term that pertain to any dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or vegetable substance and is primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food (Wikipedia, 2014). Heat, on the other hand, is a more specific term associated with the pepper variety and other fruits...
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PROBATION AND PAROLE
What are the job functions of a parole officer? A parole officer monitiors the offender to ensure that he is following each condition of release. They may also perform random drug testing, monitor employment history and performance, meet weekly or bimonthly with the offender and his family, and present evidence to the judge in the event a condition is broken.
What are the pros and cons of the position? The pros are income, foot in the door, productivity, respect, confidence, healthcare. The cons are lower wages, no future, multiple jobs, limited time for job- hunting.
What are their recommendations for entering that field? Prospective parole officers normally receive...
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Self-preservation and the downfall of Salem
Self-preservation is the act of protecting one’s self. It is often correlated with pain and fear and it is regarded as a basic human instinct. People often use self-preservation to protect their image and reputation in society, thus potentially having to lie and hurt someone else’s status in the process. In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, many characters demonstrate self-preservation to avoid the consequences of their own actions. This results in prolonging the witch trials in the town of Salem, causing the destruction of the community.
Reverend Samuel Parris is a prime example of a character that uses self-preservation throughout the play...
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- New Directions in Preventing Crime:
.Crime Prevention: any action designed to reduce the actual level of crime and or the perceived fear of crime.
I would not recommend that the sisters increase advertising expenses. If they were to increase it the sales to breakeve would increase by $1,262,478 and the breakeven volume would increase by 813 tickets.
SMS: measures Internal Validity that could easily be understood by others
Level 5: Randomized Control Experiment
Level 4: Before- After, Comparable Controls (2x), controls other variables
Level 3: Before- After, comparable conditions, control group
Level2: Before- After, non-comparable conditions
Level 1: correlation
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Smaller Objects in the Solar System
Asteroids are small, airless rocky worlds revolving around the sun that are too small to be called planets. They are also known as planetoids or minor planets. In total, the mass of all the asteroids is less than that of Earth's moon. But despite their size, asteroids can be dangerous. Many have hit Earth in the past, and more will crash into our planet in the future. That's one reason scientists study asteroids and are eager to learn more about their numbers, orbits and physical characteristics. Most asteroids lie in a vast ring between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The main asteroid belt holds more than 200 asteroids larger than 60 miles long. Nearly...
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This essay examines Langston Hughes’ short story entitled “Salvation.” The aspect of the story on which this illustration essay focuses is the main character, “Langston” (Hughes 204), and the aspect of Langston’s character on which this illustration essay focuses is the way in which is character is portrayed as so significantly influenced by the circumstances in which he is enmeshed. “Salvation” is an autobiographical short story. Hughes portrays an event that occurred to him when he was close to the age of thirteen. Hughes’ “Salvation” is strikingly consistent with some of the experiments and findings of social psychology, which can leave as strong an impression on its readers as a work of...
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Media and Its Responsibilities
Soc120: Introduction to Ethics and Social Responsibility
June 7, 2015
Media and Its Responsibilities
Growing up we are told that lying is bad and that telling the truth no matter the consequence is always the right thing to do. As we grow up we learn the difference between a bold faced lie, which always causes more damage than telling the truth, and a little white lie, which usually causes little to no harm. For example lying about stealing money from your dads’ wallet and blaming it on someone else is a bold faced lie and the other person usually faces consequences that they don’t deserve. Telling your three year daughter...
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Test 1 Chapters 1, 2, 3
Introduction to Statistics / Math 13 − 12777 −Summer 2008 (Prof. Latham)
1. For each of the variables described below, indicate whether the variable is a quantitative or a categorical (qualitative) variable. Also, indicate the level of measurement for the variable: nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio. Make sure your responses are the most specific possible. Indicate your choice for each by circling the appropriate answer. Variable Type of variable Level of measurement
2. Which of the following variables are best thought of as continuous, which discrete? Indicate your choice for each by circling the appropriate answer. (a) The number of personal telephone calls...
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"DIMITRIE CANTEMIR" Christian University
FACULTY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
LOVE AND TIME IN SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS
Important aspects about William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare, English dramatist and poet
He is considered the greatest writer of the English language
literature of all time
The first one (until approximately 1598) belongs to
a series of pieces in which youth girded
Shakespeare’s current fashions, adapting issues to
In the second Shakespearean stage, which runs from
1598-1604, are located the pieces often called
"middle works", characterized by a higher stage
Dramas Julius Caesar,...
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ecn450 week 1 Chapter 2 Problems
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Complete "Study Questions" 12, 13, and 14 at the end of chapter 2 in the textbook.
12. The maximum amount of steel or aluminum
that Canada and France can produce if they
fully use all the factors of production at their
disposal with the best technology available to
them is shown (hypothetically) in Table 2.8.
Assume that production occurs under
constant-cost conditions. On graph paper,
draw the production possibilities schedules
for Canada and France; locate aluminum on
the horizontal axis and steel on the vertical
axis of each country’s graph. In the...
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Chapter 5 Exercise 4
A large company must hire a new president. The Board of Directors prepares a list of five candidates, all of whom are equally qualified. Two of these candidates are members of a minority group. To avoid bias in the selection of the candidate, the company decides to select the president by lottery.
a. What is the probability one of the minority candidates is hired? (Round your answer to 1 decimal place.)
b. Which concept of probability did you use to make this estimate?
Chapter 5 Exercise 14
The chair of the board of directors says, "There is a 50% chance this company will earn a profit, a 30% chance it will break even, and a 20% chance it will lose money next...
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Enron Video Assessment
The video shown in class Friday, the 27th of January, told of the scandal of a company named Enron that basically committed accounting fraud for over six years. This brazen crime placed the company at the top of fortune five hundered companies as America's most innovative company by claiming huge annual revenues averaging in excess of one hundered billion dollars. Since the company went bankrupt in Decemeber of 2001, it has become the epitomy of corporate fraud, and brought about a new federal law known as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to try and prevent this from happening so easily.
Enron employed many people. Estimates were up to twenty...
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Casey Anthony Murder Case
For the last few decades,there were many murder cases that have happened.One famous murder case was the Casey Anthony Murder Trial that happened in 2008.The event began on July 15,2008 in Orlando,Florida when Caylee Anthony was reported missing in a 911 call made by Cindy Anthony who was the child’s maternal grandmother.She reported that she had not seen Caylee in 31 days and that Casey’s car had a smell coming out of it and it smelled like a dead body was in the car.Cindy Anthony also said that Casey had given a explanations to Caylee’s whereabouts before finally telling her that she had not seen Caylee for weeks.But Casey Anthony told the detectives that her...
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Juvenile test two chapter 3 & 4
9) What role does the family play in juvenile delinquency? Poor family structure and lack of communication plays negatives role in juvenile delinquency.
11) What role does the social environment play in juvenile delinquency? Children live what they learn and apart from the family, social groups are the second most influential group a juvenile has around him/her. The path they chose will likely determine their values in life.
13) What role does education play in juvenile delinquency? Poor physical environment, negative atmosphere and a poor curriculum adds to juvenile delinquency.
14) What role does behavior and lifestyle play in juvenile delinquency?...
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Have you ever feel happy and proud when you don’t win something? Probably not. People doesn’t like losing. A lot of people, when they lose, say that the important reasons were having fun and competing. They are lying. You feel disappointed and angry. As a matter of fact you are not happy just playing, because you could play whenever you want, you need to win. Let’s face it, competition is natural, without it we would be mediocre and we would not get better ever.
You never finish satisfied when you lose. Nobody wants to lose. You never go to a competition saying “I don’t want to win”. Ok, it’s true, you probably won some experience for the next time, but you didn’t like losing. I bet that...
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Sundays to me are a day of rest. I am a Christian and my religion is to attend church on Sundays and rest in the evenings. Now I’m not going to lie to you, I don’t attend church every single Sunday like I should but I make it when I am not working. I grew up with the tradition of going to church every Sunday but when I turned sixteen that all changed. I had a car and a job to pay for my car. I worked almost every Sunday because I had school during the week and I also played sports like football and rugby which packed my week and made it hard to work on weeknights. Since the age of sixteen I have gone to church on and off and barely at all. This repetitive behavior got me into a habit and...
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Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch (Oct. 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008) gave his last lecture at the university Sept. 18, 2007, before a packed McConomy Auditorium. In his moving presentation, “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams,” Pausch talked about his lessons learned and gave advice to students on how to achieve their own career and personal goals with quotes that have been circulating around the web since his stunning lecture that touched so many people. It gave them courage to live a better life by treating others better and never give up on their dreams. The quotes I think applied to my life are as followed: “It’s not about how to achieve your dreams. It’s about how to lead your...
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Overview of Psychoanalytic Theory
Freud’s understanding of human personality was based on his experiences with patients his analysis of his own dreams, and his readings in the various sciences and humanities.
Biography of Sigmund Freud
* Sigismund (Sigmund) Schlomo Freud
* March 6 or May 6,1856
* Freiberg, Moravia
* September 23,1939 (aged 83)
* He was the firstborn Child. Jacob Freud (1875-1896)
* Amile Nathansohn Freud (1835-1930)
* (Julius, Anna, Rosa, Marie, Adolfine, Paula and Alexander)
* In 1885 he received a traveling great from the UV an decided to study in Paris.
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Recruitment and Selection of a Police Officer
For starters you should get all the information on the different policing agencies that you would like to join. You have to be of legal age at least 21 years of age. You have to have a high school diploma, G.E.D. or degrees from a college or institution, because most agencies now have educational programs before you can even join. You have to be a citizen of the United States or be a permanent resident alien who has the requirements of a U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. You have to be healthy, have good vision and have a thorough background check to make sure you have no criminal records, theft, falsifying, or misrepresenting ...
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I did not know where to start with this paper because it was such a short piece. However bullshit is used in everyday business practice and I felt the need to touch on it. I will be writing about Harry G. Frankfurt’s piece “On Bullshit.” Which after reading the piece I was not satisfied and did a little more research about it to give me a little more insight. The piece in the book compares lying and bluffing to bullshitting. He explains that lying is a falsehood and so is bluffing. The liar and bluffer are intentionally getting the facts wrong. Bullshit on the other hand is basically a counterfeit. Frankfurt uses an older Mr. Simpson from Eric Ambler’s novel “Dirty Story” and he said to his...
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The School has A Major Influence in Moulding a Student.
Education, as the general view is that the activities relating to the creation and development of knowledge, skills, spiritual and corporeal man. In particular, education is defined as a school activity. This means that education is the activities of the objectives, plans and organization to educate students to become knowledgeable human, moral and master certain skills, able to adapt to the society in the future.
Education involves an institution like a school as school is an important institution in shaping good character in students. The school which is not compatible with the needs of students can result in disciplinary...
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Celebration of Mass Murderer to Occur
For years, Columbus Day has been recognized as a national holiday. Millions of ignorant people go out and celebrate the man who brought about the deaths of millions of Native American people. Many are too perturbed by the thought of that, after all, it was not their ancestors who died. Others would argue that is was not Columbus who killed the Indians, it was smallpox. Though Hitler did not gas, shoot, and work all those Jews himself, he was the man behind the curtain, the reason it all happened. Columbus Day is a day full of lies, deception, and fairy tales to appease the general masses and let them sleep better at night. It’s time they awoke.
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Semester II Examination Papers
IIBM Institute of Business Management Semester-II Examination Paper Production and Operation Management Section A: Objective Type (30 marks) • • • This section consists of Multiple choice questions & Short Notes type questions. Answer all the questions. Part One questions carry 1 mark each & Part Two questions carry 5 marks each. MM.100
Part One: Multiple choices: 1. If the number of restrictions on sources be ‘a’ and the number of restrictions on destinations be ‘b’ then with the use of ‘stepping stone procedure’, the number of ‘used cells’ will be a. a+b+1 b. a+b+2 c. a-b-1 d. a+b-1 2. Value of smoothing coefficient ‘α’ lies a. Between 1 and ∞ b....
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Is it Ethically Right to use Bluffing in the Business World?
As businesses flourish from record sales of new products and, “upgrades,” the path to profit is becoming more and more questioned regarding their ethical standards. While some businesses look to make the most profit without a worry about deception and trickery, others tend to stick with honesty and sincerity. Every day people are centered on ethical practice involving resumes, job interviews, business deals, psychological tests, etc. One of the main issues that raise concerns is if bluffing in business to get ahead is ethically right or wrong. Two different opinions on this issue by Albert Z. Carr and...
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Deception by the Investigating Officer in the Investigative, Interrogative, and Testimonial Processes
Anita L. Levy
AJS/532 Ethics in Justice and Security
June 8, 2015
Professor Melba Pearson
Deception by the Investigating Officer in the Investigative, Interrogative, and Testimonial Processes
Deception involves “acting in such a way which leads another person to believe something that you, yourself, do not believe to be true” (Alonso-Quecuty, 1992). Deception can occur in any or all of the three stages of the detecting process which include, investigation, interrogation and court testimony. Each stage is subject to increasingly tough normative constraints (Skolnick, 1999).
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Children today learn how to use a computer as soon as they are able to get their little fingers on one. It’s a different world than it was 20 years ago. Kids are given I-pads in school instead of notebooks. Almost everyone has access to the Internet at all times on his or her telephones. Technology is at our fingertips at almost every minute of our day. There is really no way for a parent to keep their child from technology unless they literally keep them in a cave. Seeing as how that may not be realistic, software developers have created a way for parents to keep their children safe while using technology. They have created parental control programs.
Parents control programs allow...
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"It's a common belief that positive thinking leads to a happier, healthier life. As children we are told to smile, be cheerful, and put on a happy face. As adults we are told to look on the bright side, to make lemonade, and see glasses as half full. Sometimes reality can get in the way of our ability to act the happy part though. Your hope can fail, boyfriends can cheat, friends can disappoint. It's in these moments, when you just want to get real, drop the act, and be your true scared unhappy self."
"No matter how thick skinned we try to be, there's millions of electrifying nerve endings in there opened and exposed and feeling way too much. Try as we might to keep from...
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Making it by Faking it
MT203-01: Human Resources Management
Professor Sharon Anton
July 1, 2012
Education is important; it increases one’s knowledge and opens up opportunities for an individual. However, education by itself is not sufficient, it needs to be applied and acted upon and this is where experience comes in. There are situations where an individual’s academic records show that they are a brilliant scholar, but when the same person is told to apply his education in a real life situation, for example in a job, he is not able to. Experience therefore is important in helping...
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If your opponent is of choleric temper, try to irritate him. If he is arrogant try to encourage his egotism. (If the enemy troops are well prepared after reorganization, try to wear them down. If they are united, try to sow dissension among them.
General Tao Hanzhang, translated by Yuan Shibing, Sun Tzu's The Art Of War
To capture the enemy's entire army is better than to destroy it; to take intact a regiment, a company, or a squad is better than to destroy them. For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the supreme of excellence. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the supreme excellence.
"The first casualty of...
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Principles of Law
April 9, 2013
August Vollmer was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Both of Vollmer’s parents were German immigrants. After the death of his father his mother took the family back to Germany. Two years later his family moved to San Francisco. When the Spanish- American war broke out Vollmer was old enough to enlist in the Army. He served one year. After he served in the war, Vollmer worked as a letter carrier. After years of working as a letter carrier Vollmer was approached to run for town marshal. He won the election. When Vollmer was elected the police department was is very poor condition. Crime was so bad...
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In most cases nowadays, the color of gold or yellow is highly regarded as a “wealthy” or “proper” color. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, the author uses symbolism to show how gold is symbolic of richness and wealth, and in turn, corruption and death, with clothing/setting choice, Myrtle’s house, and Mr. Gatsby’s car.
According to John Green, when Gatsby talks about his first meeting with Daisy, it is apparent that Gatsby is more in love with her mansion than Daisy herself. Green also points out the not-so-obvious fact that when Daisy and Gatsby finally meet again, everything is yellow. Gatsby’s suit, Daisy’s buttons, Gatsby’s Windows, and even the flowers outside...
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The ballad of Gregorio Cortez
The story starts out with a headline stating that fifty years after Texas had won its independence, Mexicans and Anglo Texans still lived in tension and fear. As an example was the account of Gregorio Cortez a story told in two different versions, Cortez’s side and the Texas Ranger’s side. A writer Bill Blanchly interviews captain Rogers about the incident where he tells them that the Texas rangers are the ones after him trying to bring him into the authorities. In the next scene you see Gregorio Cortez being chased by the rangers and switching from one horse to another after they tire. Then the reporter asks Boone Choate who had accompanied Sheriff Morris...
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My father’s qualities
Who has good qualities affect to you? With me, I have met many people have good qualities, but my father’s good qualities affect to me so much. My father is not the most perfect in the world but the way he lives, and the way he keep in touch with other people teach me a lot. The best his qualities are caring, helpful and fun.
First, he is a caring person. This his quality makes people around him so amazing because in my country, most of the men don’t like that. They just go out for work and bring money back. My father work too, but he also take care of his family very well. When I was young, my mother was busy therefore my father fed me up, took a shower, and...
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Consider the following industry conditions in answering the following problems:
Market Demand: Q = 120 – P
Constant Marginal Cost: MC = AC = 24 (No Fixed Costs)
1. Find the industry price and output if the above industry was perfectly competitive. Find the industry price, output, and profits if the above industry was a monopoly. (10 points)
P=24 P=120-Q P=120-48
Q=120-24 MR=120-2Q P=72
2. Assume that two Cournot duopolists confront the above industry conditions.
a. Find each firm’s reaction function and graphically draw the reaction curves for both firms. (10...
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Name: kwong ho man
Student number: 8466975
Subject:fitH07 preventing and managing sports injuries
Discuss Topic is knee injury
muscle strain of knee injury
Muscle Knee Injury (posterior femoral muscle strain, front thigh muscles strain, torn hamstring) is any injury to the hamstring, which is located in the back of the thigh.
Hamstring play a role in straightening your hips and bend your knees.
If the hamstring strength is less than 60% of quadriceps strength, the quadriceps will become stronger and can injure the hamstring.
Ligament sprain of knee injury
A Ligament is a short band of fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone. In some cases ligaments limit or prevent...
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Where do you find a variety of different animals from all over the world in one place? A place where almost everyone has been when they were young. A zoo keeps many animals in a confined space, but should zoos exist? No, I don’t think zoos should exist because the animals aren’t there for education purposes, the zoos aren’t actually doing what they’re claiming to and the artificial habitat is really nothing like their original one. Would animals like being in a zoo? I don’t think so.
Zoos claim to display or give educational opportunities, but most visitors only spend a few minutes at each enclosure, looking for entertainment rather than awareness. Most zoo enclosures are small, and...
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The wind howls across the wide and open American great plains.
The greatest of these three short stories at evoking a feeling similar to that of being in the American south “A Rose for Emily”, “Dust Tracks on a Dirt Road”, and “The Life You Save May be Your Own” is “Dust tracks on a dirt road”, followed by “The life you save may be your own”, and finally “A rose for Emily”
In Dust Tracks on a dirt road, Hurstons use of imagery, telling us about her gingham dress and how most kids did not wear shoes evoked feelings similar to those that arose as a child when children would run around without shoes, get into a scuffle or two, and be home by dinner unless you wanted a bit of a whipping with...
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Fallen Cold and Dead
By Sheenji Jung
"Oh captain, my captain, our fearful trip is done." Fred whispered tearfuly into his captains' ear. But his captain did not reply. His lips were still and pale. He made no movement and he had no pulse. He couldn't feel Fred's arm cradling his bleeding head or his tears of grief. The Argo groaned and creaked as it let down its' anchor, finally resting from its' long, hard voyage. The port was crowded with worried wives and eager children cheering, exulting and looking for their loved ones,but the crew of the Argo knew that the war had been won with a grave price. Fred blinked back hot tears in his eyes. The captain should have been standing valiently...
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Where do I begin? I want to say that I am sorry for all the hurt and pain that I have caused you. I wish I could say that it was unintentional, but I cannot. I was a foolish person and I am admitting that now.
I am writing you now not because I want to ask for your forgiveness. I know that it is a tall order to ask , but I must. It took me a long time to forgive myself for what I have done and my foolish actions. I wish that I could say that there was a valid reason behind the things I did but none that would justify my actions. I was very selfish and uncaring in my behavior.
The first time we spoke I was intent on being your big sister and protecting...
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Discuss and evaluate the contribution of two psychological perspectives to the promotion of good practice in a residential care services
The two psychological perspectives I have talked most about are the humanistic and cognitive approaches.
Humanistic theory says we are all unique, that we have free will and free choice. We all have certain needs that have to be met. So energy is focused on most basic physiological needs first before we can progress through the higher level needs. Humanistic theory also says that we are motivated to reach our full potential. This is self-actualisation. In residential care it is important that we help and encourage residents to move through this hierarchy...
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MGT 565 |
Just Cause Assignment
Stephanie Bourdo |
Section 1 – Due Process
A. Arguments to support Maria was provided due process:
* Maria was part of a group that was given a formal verbal warning and reminder of the policy regarding no company property other than protective gear or clothing could be in employee’s lockers.
* The verbal warning/reminder ended with a statement indicating that anyone caught violating the rule would be subject to discipline, including the possibility of discharge.
* There is a formal policy that is listed in the employee handbook which Maria received upon starting that states “willfully removing or unauthorized...
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Some people think that heartbreak is the worst feeling in the world. Many relationships have gone wrong, leaving more questions than answers. Why does it sometimes feel like a broken heart hurts worse than a broken bone? Do feelings really have that much of an impact on a person’s day-to-day life? There are a number of reasons why a relationship fails. Jealousy, attachment, detachment, selfishness, time, trust, communication, honesty, and acceptance are just a few reasons.
Do opposites really attract? Maybe at first. It’s hard to maintain a relationship when two people have absolutely nothing in common. It could be the simplest of things such as what type of movies you like or what...
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Does Justice Ever Fail Us? |
CRJ 100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice |
12/1/2013Professor Phylancie Nashe |
No matter where you turn, you are going to hear about crime. You don’t always get to hear about the outcome though. It gets press time when it is a big case, but what about the others? Do you ever wonder what happens when it is a case that the media doesn’t think is important? Every crime deserves its day in court to get justice where it is deserved.
Take the case of Catherine Fisher and her fight for justice against a man who raped her. Sounds like an open and shut case, right? Man rapes woman. Woman identifies him. He is charged and serves his time. This...