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Defining American Romanticism:
* Literature written between 1830s and 1865 (Civil War).
* Considered the first illustration of American literary genius.
* Birth of the American novel
* Gothic Lit Frankenstein, Supernatural, Grotesque
* Romanticism: Nature over the city , Individual over society ,Emotion over Reality
* Jacksonian democracy
* Andrew Jackson
* ‘democracy’ as defined today comes from Jackson.
* Triumph of the ‘common man’ was seen as a challenge to the aristocracy and beginning of an egalitarian society.
* Romantic Writers See the World as an organic and interrelated.
* Whitman invents free verse...
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If the Enlightenment was a movement which started among a tiny elite and slowly spread to make its influence felt throughout society, Romanticism was more widespread both in its origins and influence. No other intellectual/artistic movement has had comparable variety, reach, and staying power since the end of the Middle Ages.
Beginning in Germany and England in the 1770s, by the 1820s it had swept through Europe, conquering at last even its most stubborn foe, the French. It traveled quickly to the Western Hemisphere, and in its musical form has triumphed around the globe, so that from London to Boston to Mexico City to Tokyo to Vladivostok to Oslo, the most popular orchestral music in the...
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* The three most important contributing factors of the agricultural revolution in Europe were: the three field system, better farming equipment, and warmer temperatures. Because of the improved weather and farming equipment and system improvement, farming production increased and influenced society. These three factors combined revolutionized the way of living in Europe during the 19th century.
The agricultural revolution changed the way people worked and the jobs that could be found in 19th century European society. The new way of farming eliminated many farm jobs causing society to seek out jobs elsewhere, such as coalmines.
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University of Phoenix Material
Economic, Social, and Political Change Worksheet
Respond to each of the following questions in 2 or 3 sentences:
1. What are the three most important factors that contributed to the agricultural revolution in Europe?
The factors include warmer temperatures, the three-field system and better farming equipment. In which, contributed to the evolution of European living during medieval time.
2. How did the agricultural revolution change European society? Provide an example.
The new found, more productive way of farming in Europe reduced the need of manual laboring workers. This eliminated many jobs...
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The Depravity of John Claggart
Depravity is the general badness of character, wickedness of the mind and heart, and also has an absence of religious principles. A depraved individual is one who will do corrupt acts and practices to the good that surrounds them. John Claggart is a character in Herman Melville’s Billy Budd, Sailor, which is consumed with depravity. He is the evil of the story. The following paragraphs will present Claggart’s depravity.
The evil nature of Claggart is depicted in the way he looks. The following paragraph is a detailed description of John Claggart the master-at-arms: “Claggart was a man about five-and-thirty, …a vague field for unfavorable surmise”...
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The Remarkable Tale of Mary Anning: An Analysis of Remarkable Creatures and its
Merit as Historical Fiction
Novels can do more that simply tell stories. Novels can enhance or emphasize thoughts and ideas. They can excite a wide variety of emotions. They can be the product of imagination, or they can be influenced by historical fact. Whether or not the events in a novel are true is left entirely up to the author, but it is truly an incredible feat to take a piece of history and turn it into a work of fiction that is plausible and logical. For our Senior Seminar, we have studied the aspects of fiction that have a basis in historical fact. They do so by applying certain literary devices...
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January 30, 2009
The End of Solitude
By William Deresiewicz
What does the contemporary self want? The camera has created a culture of celebrity; the computer is creating a culture of connectivity. As the two technologies converge — broadband tipping the Web from text to image, social-networking sites spreading the mesh of interconnection ever wider — the two cultures betray a common impulse. Celebrity and connectivity are both ways of becoming known. This is what the contemporary self wants. It wants to be recognized, wants to be connected: It wants to be visible. If not to the millions, on Survivor or Oprah, then to the hundreds, on Twitter or Facebook. This is the quality that...
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Introduction To English Literature
The Graveyard Poets
Name : FAHAD MOHAMMED ALMUTAIRI
Number : 321148023
Submission date : 29014
Word count : 762
The Graveyard Poets, known as the founders of the Graveyard School, were a group of poets from the mid to late 18th century. They were neoclassical in style, and it is said that they paved the way for the Gothic and Romanticism movements. As their group name suggests, they enjoyed writing while in cemeteries, and their works portrayed that. Their themes were often concerned with death, gloom, religion, and mortality. Their poems often used funeral or gloomy imagery, though their purpose was never just to be dark....
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Russia has never been a happy place. Since the 12th Century it has been bogged down in poverty, horrific living conditions, and an extremely separated class system. It took many years for the workers and slaves of Russian life to finally organize themselves and revolt against the causes of such hardship; many years of pain, suffering, and oppression that were brought on by the czars. It was this stagnant suffering that would finally begin to lift, and eventually bring power to the Bolsheviks and communism to Russia. Many revolutionaries encouraged killing, robbery, and used terror to advance their effort. However, there were other kinds of revolutionaries, some violent, some not. Gorky,...
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Postmodernism is dead
A new exhibition signals the end of postmodernism. But what was it? And what comes next?
by Edward Docx / July 20, 2011 / Leave a comment
Published in August 2011 issue of Prospect Magazine
I have some good news—kick back, relax, enjoy the rest of the summer, stop worrying about where your life is and isn’t heading. What news? Well, on 24th September, we can officially and definitively declare that postmodernism is dead. Finished. History. A difficult period in human thought over and done with. How do I know this? Because that is the date when the Victoria and Albert Museum opens what it calls “the first comprehensive retrospective” in the world:...
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Gothic Revival and All of its Glory
Architecture, just like fashion, set trends that change as time goes by. The revolution of style occurs to become concurrent to the fast pacing growth of technology throughout the world. At present, the style that governs and favored upon by most architects is that of contemporary or of modern design. Everywhere you look, one can see buildings made of glass and steel with forms that exhibits simplicity and openness. But it was not always that way, before the increasing popularity of modern architecture, a style characterized by its rejection of the classical approach, became apparent in today’s time, there was a prevailing architectural movement during...
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The English novel is an important part of English literature. This article focuses on novels, written in English, by novelists who were born or have spent a significant part of their lives in England, or Scotland, or Wales, or Northern Ireland (or Ireland before 1922)]. However, given the nature of the subject, this guideline has been applied with common sense, and reference is made to novels in other languages or novelists who are not primarily British where appropriate.
Portrait of Samuel Richardson by Joseph Highmore.National Portrait Gallery, Westminster, England.
1 Early novels in English
2 Romantic period
3 Victorian novel
4 20th century
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Princess Mae P. Labao
BS-Accountancy 1-B TTh 9:00-10:30
Untitled by Thomas Agusan
There were many definitions given on what really art means. Some of them defined art as a “skill” and was derived from the Latin word “ars”. Over the years, the actual meaning of Art has changed. In medieval times, it was used to refer only to “liberal arts” as a field of education for free men. But then, no one of this really gives the exact definition of art.
We will try to define art in our own way and understanding. Art is a complex ad effective means of expression of thoughts and emotions of people in a society. We say it complex because it is actual nor it is abstract. Art is a way of...
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TASTE OF A WATERMELON
It’s about a person who recalls his inconsiderate doing as a sixteen year-old of stealing a watermelon.
The boy had just moved to a new home with his parents and had stolen a watermelon from the fiery Mr. Wills, whom nobody dares to touch his crops.Mr. Wills had raised the biggest watermelon in the country and was guarding his patch with a gun. When the boys and his friends passed by Mr. Will’s patch one night, the boy successfully manages to steal the great seed melon and enjoy it with his friends.
Mr. Wills soon discovers about his stolen watermelon and becomes desperate and angry; the boy is touched when he discovers that Mr. Wills wanted to give it to his sickly...
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Reflection Paper: Importance of 180o Rule or Action Axis in TV and Film Production
180o Rule or Action Axis is a basic guideline in film making that states that two characters (or other elements) in the same scene should always have the same left/right relationship to each other. If the camera passes over the imaginary axis connecting the subjects, it is called crossing the line. The new shot from the opposite side is known as reverse angle.1
Below is diagram how the 180o Rule or Action Axis looks like:
The said principle is also based on the exchange of looks between the actors, either from left to right (of camera) or right to left (of camera).
Also, the 180...
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Four Types of Control Mechanisms
Control mechanisms are used to monitor progress and evaluate performance. System control, Bureaucratic control, Market control, and Clan control are all mechanisms that Target use to operate at peak performance. System control uses a set of procedures designed and established to check or regulate a resource or system. Bureaucratic control consists of formal rules and regulations that establish authority. It also set standards and regulate employee behavior through rules, policies, hierarchy of authority, written documentation, reward systems, and other formal mechanisms used to also influence employee performance. Examples of the bureaucratic control...
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1. Bill has assumed that Duo-Products' relevant range for fixed costs will remain constant even after planned expansion of production capacity. He has also assumed that there is just one breakeven point for the firm (by taking the average of the 3 products). He has also assumed that the sales mix will remain constant. Two other assumptions are that total revenue and total expenses behave in a linear manner over the relevant range. These 2 are standard when Cost Volume Profit analysis is carried out.
2. a) There is an extra $720,000 a year in fixed costs estimated by Fred Williams for this year. Since capacity is being expanded to increase production of Product C, it could be assumed that...
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The contributions of western education to development in Nigeria.
If a man is born blind, he may not appreciate what it means to see the light, but ones his sight is recovered he would definitely not want to be thrown back into perpetual darkness. Darkness, blindness or ignorance are terms that could be interchangeably used to describe the state of Nigeria before the advent of western education. No matter how beautiful or promising an environment may be, it would neither be seen nor appreciated in darkness. Light is needed to appreciate anything good, amend anything that is not good enough or throw away anything that is bad outright. Western education came with light appreciating...
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The Good Shepherd is an archetypal model for the priest.
The great Pope John Paul II in his writing on Pastores Dabo Vobis (PDV) in the late 20th century about priestly formation in our present-day points out that:
“Indeed, the priest, by virtue of the consecration which he receives in the sacrament of orders, is sent forth
by the Father through the mediatorship of Jesus Christ, to whom he is configured in a special way as head and shepherd of his people, in order to live and work by the power of the Holy Spirit in service of the Church and for the salvation of the world”
This affirmation shows a genuine and deep understanding of the specific ontological link which draws...
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1. Discuss the role of leadership and how it can impact organizational performance.
Leadership is defined as “establishing a clear vision, communicating the vision with others and resolving the conflicts between various individuals who are responsible for completing the company’s vision.” (Vitez) Leadership can have an impact on an organization’s performance.
Business owners will set the leadership tone for their organization by developing a mission of values to operate their company. Company policies or guidelines are set from the company's mission or values
“Successful organizational performance relies on the proper behavior from managers and employees.” (Vitez) Effective leadership...
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“It sifts from Leaden Sieves”
It sifts from leaden sieves,
It powders all the wood.
It fills with alabaster wool
The wrinkles of the road
It makes an even face
Of mountain and of a plain-
Unbroken forehead from the east
Unto the east again
It reaches to the fence,
It wraps it rail by rail
Till it lost in fleeces;
It deals celestial veil
To stump and stack and stem-
A summer’s empty room
Acres of joints where harvest were,
Recordless, but for them
It ruffles wrists of posts
As ankles of a queen
Then stills its artisans like ghosts,
Denying they have been.
The snow falls from the sky through the clouds like flour. It powders all the trees. It...
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Motorists often complain about rising gas prices. Some motorists purchase fuel-efficient vehicles and participate in trip reduction plans, such as carpooling and using alternative transportation. Other drivers try to drive only when necessary.
Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting.
1. Imagine you are at a gas station filling your tank with gas. The function C(g) represents the cost C of filling up the gas tank with g...
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Malko Ebers / Simon Wied
SWOT Analysis Robert Mondavi and the Wine Industry
Dokument Nr. V27469 http://www.grin.com/ ISBN 978-3-638-29511-6
9 783638 295116
Midterm Group Project
Robert Mondavi & The Wine Industry
Course Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases
Chair of Management, especially Strategy and Leadership University of Konstanz - Summer Term 2004
Malko Ebers Simon Wied
Malko Ebers, Simon Wied
1. Introduction ............................................................................................................... 2. Opportunities vs. Threats: Analysis of the environment the Robert Mondavi...
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G R E G O R A N D R A D E
Sampa Video, Inc.
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Sampa Video, Inc. was the second largest chain of videocassette rental stores in the greater Boston
area, operating 30 wholly owned outlets. Begun in 1988 as a small store in Harvard Square catering
mostly to students, the company grew rapidly, primarily due to its reputation for customer service
and an extensive selection of foreign and independent movies. These differentiating factors allowed
Sampa Video to compete directly with the leader in the industry, Blockbuster Video. But unlike the
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- RTD have been ever tried by half of the spirits users, last month it drunk every tenth of drinkers. There are still half of the market who never tasted RTD
- Cocktails have second highest weekly usage rate
- Beer, sparkling wine, cider, brandy type, beer mix and whisky usage among RTD users is higher than among all spirits consumers
- RTD image is very close to cider and beer mix- stylish, modern, for youth, dynamic, innovative and ideal for warming-up before party
- 29% of RTD is consumed by Adventurers, 18% by Homebodies and 15% by Open-minded. Males are responsible for 60% of RTD sales, Latvians consumes 77% of RTD, 18-24...
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Korey A. White
November 17, 2010
Managing money by putting a certain percentage of your income in categorized accounts gives you a better understanding of where your money is going. There are three account types I have chosen for this paper. Financial Independence Account, which is for retirement. The Fun Account, which is used to reward myself for working. Then there is the Life Expenses account used for everyday life activities and needs. Upon reading this paper you will have a clear understanding of how these accounts play a role in helping me manage my money.
Managing my money is my day-to-day problem. When I was in...
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Circulation: Senior Management Team
Date: 22nd April 2009
1. Background and Introduction
3. Teamworking and Culture
4. Change Management
1. Background and Introduction
This report is a result of a request from the Senior Management Team at Amica Solutions. It will consider the companies recent move to remote working. Twelve staff have been moved from their office base in Newport to remote working, and are now spread across South Wales. The report is sectioned into three key themes, communication, teamworking and change management.
It was felt the existing office...
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Many individual investors will find it agonizing to talk about China’s stock market bubble in 2007.
I fully appreciate their feelings since many lost as much as 60% of their fortune in the stock market that year. When Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index fell from 6000 to 5500 points, almost everyone who lost money still believed in the market’s strength and hoped it would bounce back so that they could recoup all their losses in the near future. Few were willing to withdraw their investments though most knew that “stop losses” is a basic investment principle. Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is struggling against 3000 points these days and the investors who watched their...
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The Indian pharmaceutical market is highly competitive and remains dominated by low priced, domestically-produced generics. In value terms, India accounts for less than 4% of the world market and per capita expenditure on pharmaceuticals is relatively low. By 2010 end, the domestic Pharma market in India is expected to be US$ 13.76 billion and this is likely to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 9.5-10 per cent till the year 2015. The success and failure of any project in this industry is largely dominated by R&D spending. R&D spending of the large firms is almost as high as 10 percent of the total earnings. The aim of our study is to find out what effect R&D spending has on the...
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Reported by: Nguyen Bao An – M9839920
In this report I present my study in the Data mining course. It includes my two proposed approaches in the field of clustering, my learn lessons in class and my comment on this class. The report’s outline is as following:
Part I: Proposed approaches
1. Introduction and backgrounds
2. Related works and motivation
3. Proposed approaches
4. Evaluation method
Part II: Lessons learned
1. Data preprocessing
2. Frequent pattern and association rule
3. Classification and prediction
Part III: My own...
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Carriage of Good by land
The role of transport is very important in the development of commerce. It facilitates the movement of goods and labour. So the importance of the study of law relating to contract of carriage of goods is great. The carriage of goods may take place either by land or by sea or by air. Here we will discuss about the law of carriage of goods in land.
Contract of carriage and carrier definition
A contract whereby a person or company agree to carry goods or people from one place to another in return for a payment is known as a contract of carriage. The party who undertakes to carry the goods or people for payment is called the carrier.
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Iran & China Historical Relations
Compiled and written in parts by:
History of relationships between Iran & China can be viewed and written from two perspectives, a Chinese perspective or an Iranian one. Goal of this short paper is to catch a few points based on both perspectives. First of all it’ll brief on the first signs of relationships between two nations in the bed of history. And then a little treat on current similarities and what is happening in the current days.
Back in the history
Name of China in Persian language written as چین read exactly as Qin in pinyin writing of Chinese mandarin language implies the starting point of mutual acquaintance...
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FreeSwitch: Open Soure SIP-based Telephony Platform
University Institute of Engineering and Technology
Abstract— Next generation network is a network that delivers all telecommunication services (data, voice and video) using single packet based infrastructure. SoftSwitch, the kernel of next generation networks (NGN), a software that is used to bridge a traditional PSTN and VoIP by linking PSTN to IP networks and managing IP multimedia traffic. This paper gives an overview of SoftSwitch and summarize the currently deployed free and open source SoftSwitch i.e. FreeSWITCH in telecommunication industry. FreeSWITCH...
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Career Development Plan Part VI—Compensation
HRM/531 Human Capital Management
December 20, 2010
University of Phoenix
Career Development IV: Compensation
In the challenging and unpredictable economic market, companies are trying to redefine sales strategies, incentives, and pay compensation. Labor commands a high level of overhead for a company; therefore, pay policies, benefits, and compensations are critically important to be evaluated closely because it impacts the way of life for all employees. Developing a workable compensation plan enables both workers and employers to achieve mutual goals. When employers reach set goals, rewards and incentives set...
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Running head: CONEPTUALIZING A BUSINESS
Part 1: Conceptualizing a Business
December 14, 2010
Part 1: Conceptualizing a Business
When the executives of American Airlines (AA) conceptualize the mission and values of the airline, they need to visualize how the needs of the customers, employees, and shareholders intertwine to direct the goals of the company. The objectives of the executives of AA must be well thought out and captured in a comprehensive mission statement. The mission statement needs to represent the vision and values of the company as a whole. This paper will define the business of AA; define, create, and analyze the vision of AA; and evaluate and analyze the...
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Development and Training Paper
Development and Training Paper
ABC, Inc. established a new sales metal market process in 2007. The metal market process meant millions of dollars for the organization. This process consisted of a monthly manual data entry of hundreds of part numbers. Once the metal market was received the manual entry had to be done within a week. Several associates were required to put aside their daily responsibilities and work on the metal market process sometimes for two to three days until it was completed. After a couple of years of doing the manual entry, a team was put together to determine how and if the process could be automated, what training would be...
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Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organization that focuses on recruitment of, management of, and providing direction for the people who work in the organization. Human Resource Management can also be performed by line managers.
Human Resource Management is the organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, communication, administration, and training.
More About Human Resources Management
An HRM strategy pertains to the means as to how to implement the specific functions of HRM. An organisation's HR function may possess...
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Is the internet good or bad? There is currently a lot of debate surrounding the topic of the internet. On one hand, many people feel that the internet is having a negative impact on our society. Their reasons include topics such as cyber safety or more specifically; pornographic sites, piracy, fraud and other nasty stuff. Many of these people feel that the use of the internet should be highly restricted in order to ensure the safety of the general public. Others argue that how and why the public uses the internet should be left up to the individual in question to decide.
Research is the most common way that the internet is used and it has become one of the biggest sources for research....
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Business Report “Examining the causes of Failure”
Vedanta Alumina Lanjigarh Project
Submission date 13th December, 2010
Submitted bySId- 7636657
Executive Summary –
MOE&F, INDIA rejected the application for Stage-2 (Final) Environmental Clearance and withdrew all the previous clearances for mining in Niyamgiri Hills given to Vedanta Alumina Ltd. (VAL) a subsidiary of Sterlite Industries INDIA Ltd. (SIIL) citing various facts and reasons. This report provides an in depth analysis of the factors that lead to the debacle of Vedanta Alumina Lanjigarh Project. In the collation and presentation of data Secondary sources have been largely used. Vedanta, being a big...
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Discuss the different processes of cellular exchange, with NAMED examples.
Nucleus is at the centre of the cell, it has coded instruction that enables it to make specific protein; this is how ribosomes are made here. This is bounded by a double membrane; the cytoplasm is like material within the nucleus this is called the nucleplasm (Rowland, as biology, 2008). The nucleus stores, replicates and decodes DNA. , which gives each cell it unique characteristics; this means liver cells are is different from muscle cell and is different from a fat cell. It is also the largest and most prominent organelle in the cell; it is a specialized subunit in the cell that has a specific function. As the...
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For part B
For this question we had to calculate the average, median, maximum and minimum values for Duration of Visit, Bandwidth, and Viewed Page.
To calculate the average, you first need to select the cell where by which you want the average to be put into then the formula for example “=AVERAGE(J6:J98)” is typed in the formula text box, after the formula is typed then you click enter. Then the average will be calculated and place in the cell which you selected.
To calculate the median, the process is the same only that you change the formula that you type into the formula text box. The formula typed is “=MEDIAN(J6:J98)”. In the formula, the numbers in the...
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This essay will discuss, explain and evaluate the main ideas, themes and interpretations of Arthur Miller’s, The Crucible. It will also explain and evaluate the language Arthur Miller uses and how it contributed to the overall success of the play.
The Crucible is set in 1692 in the puritan town of Salem, Massachusetts, a theocratic society, where the laws of the land are laid down by the church. The main idea running throughout the play can be viewed as a direct comparison to McCarthyism which was happening in 1950’s America, in which members of the general public including public figures such as Arthur Miller were brought in and questioned over connections to communism....
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" The Rich Nations and the Poor Nations (1962), which President Lyndon Johnson remarked "excites and inspires me" and Adlai Stevenson found "exceedingly important," was described in the New York Times Book Review by Eric F. Goldman as "wondrously lucid, richly informed and trenchantly argued, tough-minded but never failing to assume that intelligence and will can move human society forward."
An enlightening book by Barbara Ward namely “The Rich Nation and The Poor Nation” talks about the differentiation of countries toward each other. The book has six (6) chapters: The Rich Nations, The Poor Nations, Communism Blue Print, The Economics of Development, The Politics of Development,...
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Personal Team and Effectiveness Assignment
The Group presentation process
In order to put together a group presentation based on Tuckmans stages of development and Belbins team roles, I was put into a group with two other members. We were given a scenario that we ran a small clothing shop in Middlesbrough and a new team member was going to be added.
Before the groups were put together, all students were evaluated and given roles based on Belbins Team role theory. There are nine roles included in this theory, which are as follows: Plant, Resource Investigator, Co-ordinator, Shaper, Monitor evaluator, Team worker, Implementer, Complete Finisher and Specialist. All groups were put...
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Problem: Lenovo worked on the strategy to build a master brand while leveraging the ThinkPad product brand name, thereby implying an immediate challenge of maintaining the loyalty of existing customers, specifically the ThinkPad, while sustaining innovation at the same time. Moreover, the much thought out first innovation in the form of the X41 Tablet series from Lenovo after the acquisition, led to IBM being given all the credit owing to the less popularity of Lenovo. The association of Lenovo with China and the Chinese Government was a potential downside for it to compete in price competitive products with the fear of being recognized as the company from China providing cheap...
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Lexical borrowing = slovní výpůjčky - adoption from another lg with the same meaning
English is tolerant to other lgs, nenasytný vypůjčovatel (70% non-anglosaxon origin), welcomes foreign words, not homogenous lg like French (majority of expressions was taken from F.)
reasons: lg feels a need for a new word; to pre-denote a special concept (Sputnik, gradually disappeared from lg; certain lg has a kind of prestigious position (matter of fashion, but overuse of English words; matter of political force); distinction of functional style (matter of development) – three synonymical expressions of diff. origin (anglo-saxon origin: home, French words (additional meanings): resindence, Latin...
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Marketing Strategy for a Nail Studio
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“In the context of the UK’s skills crisis and global business, those organisations that effectively measure and manage their human capital will have a competitive advantage in the marketplace.”
Jo Causon Director of Marketing and Corporate Affairs for the Chartered Management Institute
In today’s market, there is a shortage of top recruits, and exceptional candidates are highly aware of their marketability. Employers should think hard about the true motivation of candidates for better talent acquisition. Response to employer brand
An employer brand includes what current, past or potential workers think about you as an organisation. It’s forged partly...