Term Paper - Economic Analysis for the Motion Picture Industry | Subjects: Marketing - Ph.D.

The main topic of the essay "Islamic Art" is the profound analysis of islamic architectural style and mosques in particular. For example, The Selimiye Mosque (1569-75), an Ottoman mosque in the city of Edirne in Turkey, has been one of the most magnificent illustrations of Islamic architecture and the mosque was commissioned by Sultan Selim II. Selimiye has been the most important monument in the historic city of Edirne, which was the capital of the Ottoman Empire before the conquest of Istanbul.In conclusion the author considers that, a reflective exploration of the various processes in the construction of the Selimiye Mosque in Edirne confirms that it is one of the most magnificent illustrations of Islamic architecture in general and Ottoman architecture in particular. It is the masterpiece by the celebrated Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan who has been effective in both outdoing the size and grandeur of the venerable Byzantine monument and in continuing a dialogue with his own Suleymaniye Mosque that was built twenty years earlier. In a profound understanding of the architectural and technological quality of this magnificent mosque, one comes to recognize why most modern historians regard it as the culminating achievement of Sinan’s distinguished fifty-year career as the chief architect of the Ottoman court. In short, the Selimiye Mosque can best be considered as the most important mosque in the city of Edirne which is well-known for its mosques, the elegant domes and minarets. <strong>Term Paper - Economic Analysis for the Motion Picture Industry | Subjects: Marketing - Ph.D.</strong>Coursework - International Finance | Subjects: Other - High school

Its revenues were growing by the day, this is because its presence in Europe and Africa. The company in the 1990’s started diversifying its range of cars and opened up manufacturing industries in many parts of the world. This boosted their sales in the countries where they were manufacturing the cars. Toyota by 2010 was still the motor company to beat in terms of sales- it had sold over 8,557,351 units which represents an 11.0% market share.In order to measure if a company is profitable it must be compared with its competitor, Toyota sales from only automotive operations as for the fiscal year of April through September the first six months amounted to approximately 8,863.6 billion yen, this translates to $104 billion dollars at an exchange rate of 85 yen to the dollar. Looking at General motors, the revenues during the two quarters is approximately $67.2 billion. Thus, Toyota auto operations averaged about 12% of all sales done in the motor industry in the fiscal year of 2009 to 2010. Toyota auto operations are over 50% larger than all GM sales.When Toyota and General Motors are compared to the motor industry, they rank way higher than other companies in the industry, this is in terms of the market share and the profitability, the companies have a history of their profits running to billions of dollars and their assets size running into hundreds of billions. They are two of the largest motor companies in the world and they are in frequent competition. The closest company that comes close to the two is the German company Volkswagen, however, it grosses lesser than the two mega companies. The following is a comparison of the industry. Toyota 8,557,351 GM 8,476,192 Volkswagen 7,341,065 Hyundai Motor 5,764,918.Toyota ascent has been attributed to the ever improving profits and this growth compared with the sales is inevitable. To assess the relativity of the The restaurant is situated near the corner of the main street between a bookshop to the left and a winter garments store to the right. There is a local deli located a few shops down the busy road where people can be seen walking in the cold, shopping and tending to their routine businesses.From the outside the restaurant seems small, with a brick wall and a tiny wood and glass door which serves as the entrance for customers. Inside, the restaurant the atmosphere is warm and cozy, almost homely. Many wooden tables can be seen scattered around, some with colorful table cloths and different kinds of chairs, some wooden and some upholstered. In the décor there is a hint of the South East Asian, however despite being a Pakistani restaurant, it does not quiet seem as Pakistani as it should. The warm colored interior reflects bits of Moroccan and even Arabic inspired decoration. A corner sofa and coffee table set up in the extreme right near the window makes it appear like a pure European coffee shop.The restaurant seems inviting and welcoming when you step in the door. The walls a are painted hues of peach, and there are many colorful cloths and drapes hanging from the ceiling. Some handicrafts can be seen placed, hand painted pots, and embroider wall hangings which seem to be representing some form of Mughal art, a distinct culture in its own.The restaurant smells of masala and cheese a mixture of ingredients. The eatery specializes in Pakistani food- however the menu card lists dishes from many other Asian countries. The menu even includes Italian, fish and chips, and a variety of coffees, ice cream and other beverages. Some of the food on the menu seems to be Chinese. Besides the traditional yogurt drink lassi there is even other beverages such as milkshake made of European fruits such as strawberry and the tropical mangoes.Many of those who walk in are

Essay - Zakaria Reading | Subjects: Social science - Undergraduate It is the study of the black experience in America that became one of the fist sociological studies in the U.S. dedicated to that perspective. He changed the way that sociologists approach topics they wish to understand better. W.EB. DuBois was a great thinker, writer and sociologists of his time and he was, also, black. This was, obviously given the time periods, rare for an African American man in the earliest decades since the freeing of the salves, to have a job of such serious skill, education, and complexity, yet W.E.B. Du Boise had done it. All the same his work stood out, earning him the title of the “Father of Modern Philosophy. “ William Edward Burghardt DuBois was born on February 23, 1868 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. As a child he was a said to have been an excellent and dedicated student. When he graduated from high school in 1884 he graduated as the valedictorian. In 1890 W.E.B. DuBois became the first African American to receive a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University (NAACP, 2013). His education had taught him that it was education that separated the Blacks and the Whites. He felt, If 10% of the African Americans made certain to focus on education, then this would be the beginnings of a new age for the African Americans living in the United States not so long after the end of slavery.

Essay - BUSINESS ECONOMICS | Subjects: Miscellaneous - Masters Sacco and Vanzetti moved from Italy to the United States at different times, but later united through anarchy related revolutionary activities (Carnevale 213). Immigration practices at the time are noteworthy different from today’s handling of the same issue. Immigration of persons at the time was not as strict as today’s. On the same token, there are some immigration practices that were then highly observed, but have turned out to be invalid or irrelevant in the contemporary society. Prior to addressing this issue, it is important to consider that Sacco and Vanzetti were convicted and later executed following murder charges for which they were found guilty. Prosecution undertakings were at the time influenced by more than justice pursuit. For this reason, the conviction and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti remains controversial to date. There are massive immigrant concerns that remain persistent in today’s society, just as they were during the Sacco and Vanzetti time. The interest here is to highlight immigrant concerns that have turned to be irrelevant or invalid in current times. The world society has evolved and revolutionized throughout the years. During this time, there have been a series of changes that immigrant practices have experienced. Term Paper - see below | Subjects: English - High school Essay - Susan Schwartz | Subjects: Business - Undergraduate

There are already quite a number of people inside so something must be going on. You park your car and stop to investigate. Yes indeed, it was the smell of cinnamon and it’s coming from the cinnamon rolls that you see all around. Seems to be quite a hit here, as everybody has a piece! You wait your turn and are soon rewarded. One bite into it and you’re hooked! Welcome to CinnZeo, a baker’s delight. Here you will find a number of delectable offerings to tempt your tastebuds, from the ever famous Cinammon Rolls to the Miniroll and the Caramel Pecaroll. There are Twists and Minitwists, CinnaDippers and Cinnamon ShakerZ, Cinnamon Toasties and Minifests. If you want to take something home for your family and friends, there is also the Mini Snack Pack and the CinnZeo Pack. So indulge, enjoy and spread the good news. A Short History CinnZeo is a Canadian franchise that started in 1987 from its home bases in Alberta and British Columbia. After remarkable success over a 10 year period, it decided to expand internationally and has a number of bakeries in Chile and Mexico (cinnzeo.com). Due to the mix of international clientele of various nationalities that is typically found in the Gulf States, it has targeted the Arabian Peninsula as its next area of expansion. Essay - Susan Schwartz | Subjects: Business - Undergraduate ovide all the source code of the operating system so that people can make changes to it or extend it in order to tune it according to their requirements. UNIX is mostly opted by technical people as it is more secure and flexible whereas Windows is for the common people.UNIX and Windows are two major classes of operating systems who have enjoyed a competitive history and will enjoy a competitive future. Windows came into competition with UNIX in 1980’s when it came with Intel-Microprocessors that had increased the power of micro-computers. Then onwards their comparison began.An operating system is system software which is the life of a computer system and acts as an interface between the lower level hardware and the higher level software. It is the resource manager of any computer system. Hence, end users expect an operating system to be user friendly and expect it to achieve tasks for them in a less complex manner. (Gopalan & Sivaselvan, 2009, p. 1).UNIX was developed at AT&T’s Bell Laboratories in the early 1970’s by Dennis Ritchie, Ken Thompson, and others. At those times, a computer user was not a common person, he was a programmer himself and wrote program code that would be punched into a computer card along with the data and read by the computer so that it processes it and performs the desired task. These computer cards were fed into the computer as a bunch of cards which was called batch processing. In 1960’s, time-sharing which was a new way of using computers was being developed. Time-sharing allowed multiple users to interact directly with the computer, that is, it allowed multiple tasks to get processed. Multics was a time-sharing computer system that was being worked on by MIT and GE in 1969 but it was too complex. Ritchie, Thompson and others worked on their own time-sharing system which they called UNIX and it was simpler and an efficient operating system at that time. (Moritsugu, 2000, p. 14).At that time, every computer manufacturer

Krau has declared Bloom’s taxonomy as the keystone for achieving this target as it provides a framework for classification of objectives. This has increased the nurses understanding of the patient situation and has lead to a decrease in patient complications.Developed in 1956 and last revised in 2001, Bloom’s taxonomy remains one of the most universally applied models (C. Clark). For decades it has been used primarily for classifying learning outcomes. Originally it consisted of only cognitive domain, but subsequent revisions in 1972 and 1973 added the psychomotor and affective domains respectively.Cognitive domain is associated with knowledge and the development of intellectual skills (C. Clark). This domain can be divided into simpler and difficult behavioral objective categories. Each category denotes a degree of difficulty and the whole domain is structured like a ladder, each and every step needs to be bested before moving on. C. Clark indicates six categories of this domain. These are Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating and Creating.Affective domain centers on a nurse’s ability to handle different situations. According to D. Clark the domain deals with the targets feelings, values, appreciation, enthusiasm and attitudes. C. Clark also classifies this domain into five categories. Receiving phenomena, Responding to phenomena, Valuing, Organizing values and Internalizing values.Finally the Psychomotor domain involves physical movement, coordination and use of motor skills (C. Clark). Practice makes these skills better which can be assessed by precision and execution of the technique. D. Clark mentions seven categories ranging from simple to complex behavior. These are Perception, Readiness to act, Guided response, Mechanism, Complex to over response, Adaptation and Origination. All the skills from any of the above domains can be applied to nursing Essay - Personal Application Essay - Memory | Subjects: Psychology - Masters After ‘existing’ in that confused, constricted and compulsion state, individuals including the characters in fictions could undergo self-realization. In those scenarios, self-realization will be like the opening of the ‘inner eye’ of the individual, which will take them on a positive and best path. It can also be considered as a moment, when a big ‘confusion mass’ or guilt that may be occupying and constricting an individual’s mind has ‘evaporated’ for good. The confusion in the mind of Oedipus in Oedipus Rex, compulsion for Nora Elmer in A Doll’s House and constriction in the mind of Laura in The Glass Menagerie all get evaporated, when these fictional characters undergo self-realization. So, this paper will analyse how these three characters get entangled in a mess, and after a struggling phase, undergo self-realization, thereby enlightening them with mixed results. 2. Oedipus Rex and Self-Realization Oedipus Rex is about the life and the tragic death of Oedipus who after becoming the King of Thebes, dies a tragic death after undergoing self-realization. Oedipus was born to King Laius of Thebes and Queen Jocasta, but was cared by foster parents, Polybus and Merope, as King Laius feared that the prophecy of being killed by his own son could come true.Coursework - Practical 5 | Subjects: Health Sciences & Medicine - Undergraduate

Essay - Recommendations and Strategic Message | Subjects: English - Undergraduate Every one is seen with an access control ID card. Each of it has a unique face and name of the employee, name of the company and the person specific to the job. Any employee or site visitors who pass around in the authorized sections of the building are seen.This is not enough to avoid adjacent occupancies as the company shares a common ground from the neighboring company. Pedestrian traffic pattern is not appreciative though a preventive measure is suggested in the check list. Visitors parking and illumination is a matter of concern which needs proper demarcation and understanding from neighbors.In most of the cases the cases customer equally suffers with the company if any fire accident occurs. The company has faced severe fire hazard in the year 1999. Since then it has installed NICET certified designs of gadgets. Whose works isThe company has a limitation to an extent as there aren’t proper policies set, there is no in-house fire brigade and there is no fire notification plan. These are being worked on and have confidence to come up with good solutions.This system usually enables identification of unfamiliar objects such as inventory items, employees, cards or labels that have entered without labels. This system is based on Anti-Collision algorithm which enables to read a large amount of tagged items at a single go. These gadgets are called UHF RFID readers which are compatible to Electronic Product Code open standards.The policies such as ex-employees information should be wiped off from the data base after two years from termination- expired bank loan’s details, partnership details which are no more followed are usually destructed from the data base but stored in a separate secret disk to retrieve if legal problems occur. Security providers like Armour security services are given this job to do the clean up and training if needed.The company is legally strong in its clearance of land issues, its employee rights, and

Two hypotheses are framed that correlate the four emotions to hierarchical effects on recall accuracy and vividness. Research subjects are twelve elderly patients without any history of mental illness and substance abuse aged 50 to 80. Each subject will be subjected to the Visual Analogue Mood Scale (VAMS) test for each discrete emotion. Material includes questionnaire, story telling, recall and emotion testing. Setting for these tests is the college laboratory and four sessions will be conducted spread over two weeks. ANOVA mixed model methods will be used to analyse the test data. Anticipated results are that there would be higher intensity of negative emotions that will give rise to stronger enhancement effect. Enhancement effect will be stronger over the five testing sessions for the negative emotions than for happiness. Probable conclusions would be that stories with a high intensity of happiness would have more recall error while negative emotions will have lesser errors.Daselaar, S., H.J., H.J., Greenberg, D., Cabeza, R., LaBar, K., & Rubin, D. (2008). The Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory: Neura Correlates of Recall, Emotional Intensity, and Reliving. Cerebral Cortex, Volume. 18, pp. Research Paper - Technical Aspects of Energy Policy: Integration of Zero Emissions Vehicles with Renewable Energy | Subjects: Miscellaneous - Undergraduate

Essay - Gender Stereotypes and Discrimination in the Workplace | Subjects: Gender & Sexual Studies - Undergraduate The authors prescribed and used a three group repeated measure design. The study was done on groups of consenting patients receiving home care from a non profit hospice. The care givers chosen were subjected to experimental training in the COPE (acronym creativity, optimism, planning, and expert information) intervention, on symptoms management. Instruments used were the numeric rating scale. NRS was used to measure the intensity of pain with zero representing no pain gradually increasing to ten that represents the worst or most intense pain. The dyspnea intensity scale was used to rate the intensity of dyspnea on a (0-10) scale. The constipation assessment scale, which is an eight item, three point that is - patients describe their states no problem, some problem and severer problem, summated rating scale whose function is to detect the presence of constipation and subsequently measure its intensity. The memorial symptom assessment scale (MSAS) that measures the distress caused by a symptom. The last instrument is the Hospice Index Quality-Of-Life Index HQLI. The NRS was found to be reliable- this was ascertained by comparing its results with those found by using other scales such as the visual analogue scale, the box scale, verbal rating scale and a four point and five-point verbal rating scale. It was found that there were similar results in the number of subjects who responded correctly therefore supporting the predictive validity of each measure.

Essay - Recommendations and Strategic Message | Subjects: English - Undergraduate

Quantitative measures are most commonly accepted because of ease of measurement. Surprisingly, Clements and Gido (2010) make no mention of KPIs, although they mention the project objective which should be clarified at the outset and may be defined in terms of scope, schedule and cost (p.115). Cox et al’s (2003, p.148) six significant indicators are quality control- on-time completion- cost- safety- cost (in dollars) per unit placement and units completed/placed per man-hour worked. Of these, only safety is qualitative (p.144). Essay - Assessment Brief | Subjects: Miscellaneous - Undergraduate

Assignment - Innovation and Knowledge Transfer | Subjects: Business - High school This concept in education system is involved with the child’s rights to education and good living standards (Tony & Mel 1998). These rights encompass their social life, civil liberty and education. It also aims at taking off the notion or establishment of special schools that cater for students with specials needs or disabilities. Therefore, inclusion is a proponent policy that ensures that students with special needs spend a great deal of their time with the rest of the students in the school or education setting. However, this practice varies from place to place as the extent of the special needs at times dictate the extent to which the policy is adopted. Inclusion is taken to be different for mainstreaming and integration (Norwich 2008). These latter concepts concentrate more on the disability aspect of the student’s needs and the way the student should be ready to be adopted in the mainstream leaning facilities. In inclusion the schools have the obligation to incorporate these students as well as take into consideration their rights to education, social wellbeing and civil liberty.In these schools the curriculum is a general one i.e. not specific to special needs students or the others but rather the content is summative and they learn it together (Margret & Kas 2000). In this system the students achieve equal benefits from education irrespective of the nature of their problems. Education institutions are also obligated to have their facilities in accommodating condition in that all students regardless of their challenges, they are able to derive satisfaction from them. The schools as well as the education policy formulators are required to come up with a curriculum that is all inclusive in the sense that the content in not at all discriminative and the students can learn together. The curriculum developed should put in consideration that students are from different cultural

Research Paper - Technical Aspects of Energy Policy: Integration of Zero Emissions Vehicles with Renewable Energy | Subjects: Miscellaneous - Undergraduate This paper will concentrate on the price and the income elasticity for gasoline in the state of China. It is appropriate to understand the connections among the gasoline price, the gasoline demand and the non-refundable income as this knowledge will help in the evaluation and examination of the effectiveness of China’s tax transformation. The tax transformation focuses on decreasing the gasoline consumption due to its hazardous impacts such as pollution and global warming and it has various useful implications for the energy statue in consideration (Jiang & Zemin, 103).Even though the domestic fuel prices in China undergo regulation by the government through the responsible department, the prices are always revised quite often in accordance with the world oil prices and due to that, the diesel prices and the gasoline prices tend to follow or rather comply with the world oil prices. The price of gasoline was first moderated in the year 1993, and then in 1994, 1998, 2003 and in 2009 with the implementation of many transformations. In general, the administration or the government usually erects a foundation of price of the crude oil on a non-uniform basis according to the weighted accumulative price change of various international exchanges such as the Minas, the New York, and the Brent.There are two main oil companies in the State of China namely the China Petrochemical Corporation and the China National Petroleum Corporation are given the mandate to set the ex-plant prices that are the wholesale and retail prices. The two corporations sell to the provincial petroleum companies who in turn forecast the retail service joints. The prices charged at the joints or rather stations are set to mitigate between a rate of 8% band and above and below the set standard prices. Given the price mechanism, the nominal retail gasoline prices increased at a steady rate making the annual growth rate to be approximately 3.50 percent (Jiang

In April, advocates for parental choice in education scored a major victory in the precedent-setting case before the United States Supreme Court, American Christian School Tuition Organization v. Winn. The court ruled by a narrow 5-4 margin that the Arizona program promoting school choice can continue − dismissing a lawsuit waged by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of taxpayers who disliked the program. The ruling favored arguments made by the Alliance Defense Fund, a conservative legal organization that defended ACSTO over the years. The concurring justices found that taxpayers have no standing to challenge the program because the contributions going toward tax credits are private funds − not government funds (Liptak, 2011). ACSTO, like many other programs in the U.S., gives state residents the ability to receive a tax credit for contributions to private organizations that provide private schools with scholarships. This ruling has wide-ranging effects across the governmental, political, and structural spheres of America.The ACSTO decision will greatly impact the way state governmental entities deal with programs similar to ACSTO across the country. Now that such programs will be recognized as legitimate, due to U.S. Supreme Court precedent, state institutions will no longer be able to easily keep state residents from freely donating their money to organizations that help parents send their children to the private schools of their choice.

Essay - Personal Application Essay - Memory | Subjects: Psychology - Masters We would further pay attention to important aspects of law, which are required for successful performance in the field of business. Moreover, such legal aspects as regulations of employer-employee relations in terms of law are also considered further on. Business students’ knowledge in law Such important disciplines as Corporations and Taxation may be very popular and helpful for students. These disciplines develop knowledge among business students about legal regimen, which present a background for the students. Rules, regulations and order of business conduct in America will be better understood by students, when they study these two disciplines. Regulations and legislation of corporations, as well as the principles of their taxation should be well-understood by business students. More specifically, it can be claimed that the area of business law is a special field of activity. It is very important for students to develop their knowledge about corporate transactional work. For this purpose, many corporations hire many corporate lawyers. The practices of the majority of corporations, as a rule, are presented in such fields of activity as dealing with large public companies and there is a need to regulate these practices in accordance with federal securities regulation. Case Study - BMW Cars in US Car Industry | Subjects: Business - Masters

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This research will try to show that the technological changes in modern era cannot always help the corporation to increase the business productivity. Technological Changes Cannot Always Help It is true that the productivity in several non-white collar jobs has significantly increased due to the implementation of advanced technology. On the other hand, productivity in several white collar jobs has not grown at the same rate. It can be stated that implementation of advanced technology does not have that as much positive impact on manufacturing as it is identified in office jobs. It is quite difficult to measure productivity in white collar jobs. Poor quality and inadequate measurement process and implementation of high automation can affect the productivity of an organisation. This part of the research will investigate all the aspects through the implementation of appropriate theories and approaches. Lack of Integration and Knowledge Organisations generally implement a computerised accounting system within the organisation in order to reduce and control the operational time and cost. It is not true that all the time this automation process can reduce time and cost. Lack of knowledge about advanced technology and functions can take more operating time.

musicians over the past century, continuing even to this day, Duke Ellington is certainly worthy of inclusion when asking about the top jazz artists of all time. This brief paper will examine the life and legacy of Duke Ellington.Let us begin with some well known facts about Mr. Ellington. He was born in Washington D.C. on April 29, 1899. Unlike many black composers of his time, Duke Ellington did not grow up in poverty. Rather, he was raised in a middle-class area of Washington D.C. by two involved and seemingly loving parents. In fact, his parents were talented musicians as well, which lends credence to the saying ‘like father like son’. Naturally, Duke’s father encouraged him to learn to play various instruments from an early age. It is noted that, by the age of 7, he was already learning and getting quite good at the piano (Unger 75).As the story goes, the name ‘Duke’ was bestowed upon him because he was such a gentleman in all that he did, even from an early age. His parents encouraged him to work when he was a teenager, which he did, but his first passion was always music. It is well known that his first published song was wrote while he was working at a soda fountain in the D.C. era. The song ‘Soda Fountain Rag’ was written at the age of 15 and was noticed by many people in the area as the song that got Duke noticed. He was so musically inclined that he was offered a scholarship at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. As appealing as that was to him, and with his parent’s blessings, he passed it up to begin playing professional as a jazz musician when he was only 17 years of age (Unger 75).As the reader can already ascertain, Duke Ellington began to shape his legacy at an early age. He was raised properly by parents who nurtured him and helped him to foster his own love and passion for music. People in the D.C. area quickly figured out that they might have a child protege on his hands. He began to form ‘big bands’, which We will also describe an incremental variant of the MF that effectively undertakes new users and rating that is fundamental within the real life recommender system. A hybrid MF-neighbor based method is further discussed in regard to advancing the prevailing performance of the MF. The proposed methods are mainly examined on the Netflix Prize dataset and mainly depict that they can be accomplish very favorable Quiz RMSE, which is the best sole method :0.8904, combination: 0.8841 and corresponding running time.The Netflix Prize competition of 2006 showed that the Matrix Factorization techniques are greater to archetypal closest-neighbour techniques in the production of product recommendations and lets the inclusion of extra material like inherent feedbacks, self-assurance levels and chronological effects. There are floods of choices for contemporary consumers. Electronic dealers and content suppliers offer a vast choice of products with exceptional openings to meet a range of distinct needs and preferences. As a trend observed of late, more retailers have had an exponential positive change in interest to many purchasers with the most fitting products which is vital in the enhancement of user content and loyalty. In so doing, it evaluates trends of customer interests to offer rather custom-made recommendations which are in accordance to customer preference (Ricci, 124-198). Netflix, an e-commerce leader has recommender structures as prominent fragments of its website that are observantly beneficial for music, movies and TV shows. Quite a huge number of users will check a similar movie while each and every one of the users views various dissimilar movies. These users have shown the will to indicate their satisfaction levels with specific movies and thus a massive volume of data is available about what particular movies charm which users. Various known corporations analyze the available information to provide a recommendation on movies particular to

Essay - physics paper | Subjects: Physics - Masters Artists have produced works of art that record their personal experience of war and illustrations on many aspects on war. When doing the artwork the artists are always concerned with presenting the work that shows how events occurred during the war. As they do this, the role of the artists is to embrace the cause of the war, the impacts of engaging in war and finally the education part of it. From the artwork, people are able to learn that war is not good. When looking at the work of art one might be attracted to its beauty although, not all art is intrinsically and classically beautiful. This is because of the materials, subject matter as well as the intention of the artist in that particular work of art. Sometimes the work of art provokes a deeper meaning than what is on the paintings (Hughes 76). This is true especially when artists present war events through art.World War II is a representation of a particular genre of art. From a research, it shows that WWII is more documented in art compared to the history of man. Throughout the war newsreels, radio report and commercial art remain as the main source of information to the public by informing them on how the war is progressing through comic books, posters, and newspaper cartoons. Through paintings and sketches, the com the people were able to get a glimpse to the action of the war. These sketches were crucial in the performance of war, and to understand the motivation behind the use of this work of art and the impact they create in the society it is important to divide the discussion into three parts. The first part to be discussed is the background of war art although it is also important to explore its definition. The discussion will also examine the combat art that was produced during World War II by the American artists (Davidson 78). It will also look at the personal experiences of the artists, which Essay - Gender Stereotypes and Discrimination in the Workplace | Subjects: Gender & Sexual Studies - Undergraduate

Essay - Research paper on target population-18 yr. olds aging out of Foster Care System | Subjects: Miscellaneous - Undergraduate The population of New Jersey in 2010 is 8,791,894. 14.7% people in New Jersey are 65 or over 65-year-old (U.S. Census Bureau, 2015). The unemployment rate in New Jersey was 6.5% by April 2015 (Department of Labor and Workforce Development, 2015).In New Jersey, the female population is more than the male population. 71.7% are over 21 years old. 68.6% white people lives in New Jersey, and 19.4% black people are part of New Jersey. The major source of revenue collection in New Jersey are five agricultural products that include greenhouse and nursery products, horses/mules, blueberries, dairy products, and chicken eggs. VirginiaThe State of Virginia locates on the eastern coast of the USA. West Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Kentucky states border the State of Virginia. Virginia has 95 counties along with 38 independent cities that are considered county-equivalents for census purposes. Old Dominion is the nickname of Virginia. Richmond is the capital of Virginia. The Abbreviation of Virginia is VA. The largest city in Virginia is Virginia Beach. Total land area of Virginia is 110,785.67-square kilometers. The population of Virginia was 8,001,024 in 2010. 49.1% are males, and 50.9 % females are residents of Virginia. 13.8% peoples of Virginia are 65 years or over 65 years old.Map Observation:New JerseyThe State Capital of New Jersey is Trenton. The largest City in New Jersey is Newark. The State's abbreviation is NJ. New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware states borders New Jersey.

He acts as his protector and guide and defends him from numerous attacks launched by the kings daughters until he receives help from the faithful daughter Cordelia [Function 1]. The fool acts as the caretaker and advisor of the king, who is fearless enough to criticize the king when he is wrong [Function 2] using irony and his sharp wit. He excels in the art of sarcasm and double entendre and is often seen using it to depict the Kings plight.The fool can also be perceived as a metaphor and a reflection of the King himself[Function 3]. The King, after disposing off his estate to his two daughters, goes mad [Explanation for the metaphor] after realizing the mistake he made and due to the tragic consequences that unfold on account of his lack of judgment. The fool, is seen to express the kings feelings and acts as a voice of the Kings conscience relaying to the audience from time to time, the true state of the kings feelings / emotions [Explanation for the metaphor]. Thus, the role of the fool in the play is not that of a mere jester but that of a voice of reason in the otherwise convoluted plot [Function 4].Dramatic realism was one of the most popular forms of dramatic genres during Elizabethan era whereby most of the plays written by Shakespeare contained elements of comedy and tragedy that blended and supported each other. The concept of tragicomedy, was supposedly used by authors especially Shakespeare during that era, in a bid to highlight the gravity of the emotions and experiences of the main characters. These characters were then supported and contrasted by introduction of comic reliefs that added a mixture of reality in the heavy-on-emotions plays of that era (Taruskin 17).Various explanations are provided by various critics regarding the cause and justifications behind the introduction of comic character - that of the Fool, in an otherwise tragic play, in

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This should be done to the patient so that the unresponding patient can be revived from the coma state. The cause of unresponsive state of the patient is mainly caused by the low blood supply in the body of the individual which is insufficient to reach to the brain and to the heart thereby causing the individual to be unresponsive or otherwise faint. Throughout the study, some practices should not be done to the patient for example slapping the patient , giving of drink and food to the patient who is unresponsive should not be done among others will lead to other complications.When a patient is not responding or unconsciousness, it is impossible for one to talk or do any activity and this is commonly known to be a coma state or in other word comatose state. It is important for one to be aware of do’s and don’ts concerning the patient either a grown up or a child. Other patients have changes in awareness where they do not become unconscious where their mind is altered thus being termed as altered mental status or changed mental status. The patient becomes confused leading to yelling, production of foam from the mouth among others. The change of mental status should be treated as a medical emergency since it is a condition that can lead to death in a quicker manner (Cooke, 2009). In other times the patient may be awake but less alert where if asked questions like their name may lead to inability to answer the questions which indicate a change in the mental status. When a asleep, the patient can respond to noise and other disturbances like shaking of their head or hands thus leading to waking up but in the case of an individual who is not responding or otherwise who is in unconscious mood the individual will not cough or clear his or her throat. This condition can lead to death if care and other medical attention are not conducted quickly since in most cases the patient airway may be blocked thus leading to instant death if first aid is not Essay - Forms of goverment | Subjects: Social science - Ph.D.

Before merger of these two characteristics, socio and technical, the strategic planning for developing information systems was poor. The information systems were developed according to technological needs and the experts had formed systems on technical framework (Flichy, 2003).In this world of competitions, the organizations need perfection and reasons to be major contestant in the relevant field. Choppy and Sokolsky (2008) express that the efficiency, quality of services QoS, work load, accuracy and management are possible only by the help of socio-technical involvement. For the achievement of strategy of planning and development, the organizations implement and evaluate the state-of-the-art technologies with the flair of socio-technical system. On the other hand, as Godinez et al (2010) articulate, the dependency on technologies and hiring untrained staff are the factors which create lots of hindrances. And socio-technical system has also the limitations, so that the possibilities of design of faulty systems still persist in the world.Today, the concept of data management is incomplete, almost impossible, without information management systems. Information systems supply a complete and wide-range of solutions for organizations, either public or private. Curtis and Cobham (2008) express that the information system applications, based on software and hardware, are developed for different purposes and for different organisations. Airports, railway stations, hospitals, universities, accounts and audit bureaus and almost all the public organizations use these applications for ease in management. Information systems also help in decision making and timely completion of projects (Ulrich and Newcomb, 2010).In this paper, the relationship between information systems and socio-technical system is widely discussed. Moreover, the

Assignment - assigment | Subjects: English - Ph.D. For instance, law enforcement requires high standard of moral principles and commitment for integrity of the agents, i.e. the police officers to be effective. However, in the present day context this particular issue has become a debated topic within and outside the law enforcement agencies (Carter, 2004). Issues Faced By Law Enforcement In Future Effective enforcement of law has been debated on various grounds related to issues faced by the concerned organizations. For instance, the issues related to the racial profiling are found to be emerging throughout the nation. Racial profiling can be described as the practice of the police officer when he tends to barricade, question, arrest and investigate someone on the basis of person’s race or ethnicity. Racial profiling tends to take place at times when ethnicity is used as a factor to judge the legal offence that leads an officer to act with biasness. This can in future raise the possibility of racial discrimination that in turn shall hamper the integrity of the law enforcement agencies (Cleary, 2000). Particularly, the aspects coherently associated with the police department are to protect and serve the society from criminal activities and harmful consequences.

Case Study - Anticoagulation Therapy for Stroke Prevention | Subjects: Medical science - Ph.D. These are some of the flashy images that come to ones mind when thinking about space exploration. The government and NASA have conspired to brainwash the ordinary person with these images, with the aim of grossly exaggerating the budgetary allocations assigned to NASA in every financial year. The statement put across here is that success in space exploration can only be achieved through government funding by employing billions of dollars to fund NASA’s space exploration operations. This statement is a fraud that the government and NASA would have us believes to be the only strategy of achieving success in space exploration programs. NASA would have us believe that extravagant expenditures are the only way of reaching an advanced technological break through in space exploration. However, this is not true, because space technology can be easily equated to an expensive toy, which is flashy and exciting while new but irrelevant and outdated once it has outlived its uses when newer and more exciting toys hit the market shelves. Although government funding is necessary in space exploration, it does not necessarily mean that the funding has to be stretched to billions of dollars begotten from the public coughers. Space exploration may be expensive, but this does not necessarily mean that NASA should ask for exorbitant finances from the government for their space operations.

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However, it is important to note that the country has reformed significantly, for example through the strictness of the government in implementing affirmative action, which has enabled members of the Dalit society to hold senior positions in the government including presidency and other political offices. The constitution also has prohibited discrimination against people considered as untouchables for example through the Protection of Civil rights Act, 1955, which the government has continued to implement (Scott, 2010). This means that the discrimination that is going on against this society is not government sanctioned but a societal construction, which may take a long time to change. Discrimination of Indian Untouchables The contemporary India is a casteless society by principle. However, reports indicate that the more than 100 million untouchables in the country live under constant exposure to discrimination and humiliation coupled with numerous cases of violence, which most of the times go unpunished (Narula, 2011).

For instance, law enforcement requires high standard of moral principles and commitment for integrity of the agents, i.e. the police officers to be effective. However, in the present day context this particular issue has become a debated topic within and outside the law enforcement agencies (Carter, 2004). Issues Faced By Law Enforcement In Future Effective enforcement of law has been debated on various grounds related to issues faced by the concerned organizations. For instance, the issues related to the racial profiling are found to be emerging throughout the nation. Racial profiling can be described as the practice of the police officer when he tends to barricade, question, arrest and investigate someone on the basis of person’s race or ethnicity. Racial profiling tends to take place at times when ethnicity is used as a factor to judge the legal offence that leads an officer to act with biasness. This can in future raise the possibility of racial discrimination that in turn shall hamper the integrity of the law enforcement agencies (Cleary, 2000). Particularly, the aspects coherently associated with the police department are to protect and serve the society from criminal activities and harmful consequences.

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