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American Sentinel University
Sentinel City Community Windshield Survey
A community is defined as a group of people who live in the same area, where they interact with each other and share common interests, beliefs, needs, resources, and environment (Harkness, & DeMarco, 2016, p. 189). The windshield survey is a personal collection of observed data while walking or driving a car or using public transportation in the community. The purpose of this assignment is to complete a virtual experience of Sentinel City. During a tour, the primary focus will assess the core of Sentinel City community environment through windshield survey method, which identifies the community dynamics and
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East Side Community Assessment and Windshield Survey
According to Allender, Rector, and Warner (2014), public health is a combination of both an art and a science (2014). The mission of public health nursing is to promote health, prevent disease and ultimately prolong life (Allender et al., 2014). In order for this to occur an assessment must take place. An aggregate or community assessment begins with a collection of data. This includes: the community’s health needs, risks, environmental conditions, financial resources through local census data, and a windshield survey (Allender et al., 2014). Through public health nursing, communities can collectively come together to help
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, accommodates 160 residents with cultural diversity.
Residents on wing 2 East at Leisure world Brampton, Wood was the target community of interest that was assessed. My aggregate are elderly resident age 80 – 90 years living with social isolation in wing 2 East at Leisure World long term care center, Brampton, Wood. The assessment was focused on the causes of social isolation; observed among the resident during windshield survey and interview with key informants. Social isolation and loneliness are described as feelings that are often experience by Older adults (Lucie,Gavin, Gosselin &Laforest 2009).
Method used in collecting information includes qualitative and quantitative data. Qualitative data
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During the Community health rotation we had the opportunity to conduct a Windshield Survey in Warrenton, Virginia, a town in Fauquier County. Fauquier County was number eight in the United States Census Bureau list of the highest income counties in the United States. Despite this statistical data, while conducting the windshield Survey we were able to witness the prevalence of poverty in the community. At the 2000 Census, the population in Warrenton was 6,670, and by 2010 Census the population grew by 45 percent, to 9,611. (Community Health Solutions, 2011) The top three largest growing populations are the white community, the black or African American community, and the Hispanic or
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Jinwen Zhu，Tuesday Morning course Case Write-up
Case Write-upFor Canadian Cancer Foundation:-Do you think cause-related marketing actually works?Yes, I think cause-related marketing works well. It creates a win-win situation between company and non-profit organization.CompanyThe company can enjoyed many benefits for partnering with a non-profit organization. First, it can be recognized as a company to fulfill their social responsibility. It helps the company create and strengthen emotional connections with a target market, as well as developing and fostering customer loyalty. Furthermore, it has a positive effect on a company's sales. According to a survey of American consumers
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Tucker was a man of vision, which is a critical characteristic to have as a leader. A vision allows for a sense of direction, and a way to focus the attention of everyone associated with the organization. The need to achieve the same vision is why individuals in an organization come together and work as hard as they can in order to succeed. Tucker had the dream to build a car with many new features like air-cooled rear engine, disk brakes, independent 4-wheel suspension, an additional center headlight that pivoted left and right for better vision when turning, a padded dash, seatbelts, and a pop-out safety windshield. He wanted to sell this revolutionary car in an industry that had three Big Guys
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Community Crime Profile Survey with Questions
The small community of Hasbrouck Heights, NJ is the one square mile home to a comparatively tiny population of approximately 7,600 people, including myself. I live on a residential street of this small suburban town where a great threat of danger and harm has never really been associated with its name. The crime rate on the city-data.com crime index is a minute 35.6 when compared to the U.S. average of 330.6. In the year of 2002 Wood-Ridge did not experience any murders, rapes, or robberies, and only 1 assault, 35 larceny counts, and 7 auto thefts. This is the main reason why all parties who were surveyed either
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, population focused, health promotion, disease prevention intervention to be implemented at the population level (p.23).
The author was signed to the zip code 92509 to assess a windshield survey for the community, assessing the environment, living conditions, barriers to health care, and factor that contribute to the communities’ vulnerability. Poverty seemed to be the highest contributing factor to these communities’ vulnerable risk factors. The main factor for a vulnerable population is the lack of adequate educational, social, and economic resources. The economic issue is very relevant to the population served within this area code. The federal poverty line is an indicator within the
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sounded in her ear. “Let me talk to Lydia.”
“Good morning. How’s the snow over there?”
“Treacherous! You can’t imagine what I had to do to get it out of the snow bank I was buried in. I started my car from inside the house but it was still freezing, barely defrosted the windshield, and it took me almost thirty minutes to get it road worthy. Then again, the roads weren’t too worthy themselves. I followed a plow from the corner all the way down to the center.”
“Good turnout today?”
“No, the weather and all. That’s why I want to talk to your mother.”
“But, Marilyn, she’s not here.”
“I’m sorry. I thought she told me last night, well, maybe I misunderstood…” Marilyn nervously cleared her throat
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training motivation, but also lowered the information
The ongoing urbanization is changing the shape of mobility
in tomorrow’s cities. Especially in large and congested cities,
the need of owning a car is gradually decreasing with the
rise of new intermodal door-to-door mobility solutions. In a
recent survey by KPMG 1 , only 46 % of younger consumers
(< 25 years) rated that owning a car is extremely or very
important for them, opposed to 76 % for 25 to 35 years and
78 % for 35 to 50 years old consumers. For the younger
generation, mobility has to fulfil the three key aspects spon-
taneity, flexibility, and sustainability . In order to fulfil the
demands, modern mobility-as-a-service
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the Indigenous people of Australia. Social activism is also increasing, aboriginals were allowed to vote as of 1984 and today it was shown that nearly 70% of Australians think that conditions for aboriginal people should be improved and be a priority of the government ("Indigenous culture and," 2013).
Australia’s Greatest Health Concerns
The analysis of previous research, as well as participating in the abroad clinic program helped us to gather data and realize some of the significant health concerns in Australians indigenous population. Once be arrived to Western Australia, somewhat of a windshield survey was performed. A windshield survey is when the researcher’s visually survey the area
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speed of ten miles per hour. Usually these types of accidents happen while backing out of a driveway or parking area, or while driving through neighborhoods. Through my survey many officers said that traffic accidents are one of the most devastating parts of their jobs. Nobody wants to go to a scene and see a dead baby body, or a person through a windshield. These are just some of the various things that can happen to have officers come to investigate an accident.
Dennis Fugimoto a scholarly writer for the Garden Island Newspaper reported an accident that police officers needed to respond to, “A two-car crash on Khios Highway in Kilauea Thursday afternoon resulted in one fatality and several
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begin to act out the game because they have no other social reference to guide their behavior. Parents may have little control over the type of video games their children play and they may set fewer rules regarding time spent playing video games relative to time spent watching television. Parents also have little control of the content of the game. There are no Vchips for video games.
Most household rules tend to focus on when rather than on the content of video games that the children are allowed to play. A recent survey indicated that 40% had to finish their homework and chores before playing video games relative to 15% who restricted the kinds of games the child was allowed to play
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how to measure and maintain a healthy reading. The community’s health teaching was chosen by Trigg’s based on what she felt the community could most benefit from. Although we were unable to speak with local residents of the community, we were able to gather information from the community based on our windshield survey to help assess the topic for teaching. The community has one grocery store and several food choices that are unhealthy to residents, which raises concerns on community health choices to help maintain a healthy blood pressure. Therefore, our group also feels that teaching the community about a healthy blood pressure and how to achieve or maintain it is suitable for the east side
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aggressive driving. According to a NHTSA survey, more than 60 percent of drivers consider unsafe driving by others, including speeding, a major personal threat to themselves and their families. About 30 percent of respondents said they felt their safety was threatened in the last month, while 67 percent felt this threat during the last year. Weaving, tailgating, distracted drivers, and unsafe lane changes were some of the unsafe behaviors identified. Aggressive drivers are more likely to drink and drive or drive unbelted. Aggressive driving can easily escalate into an incident of road rage. Motorists in all 50 states have killed or injured other motorists for seemingly trivial reasons. Motorists
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, who wrote on the removal of men from the conversation of domestic violence with her series of statements,
“John beat Mary.
Mary was beaten by John.
Mary was beaten.
Mary is battered.
Mary is a battered woman.”
Every one of these statements says the same thing, but as you move down, the language changes to hold victims accountable rather than their perpetrators. Placing the blame on women is something we do far too often, and if we want men to take responsibility for their actions, we need to place blame where it belongs.
In one of her most famous pieces, “Rape Poem”, Marge Piercy writes,
“There is no difference between being raped and going head first through a windshield
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for strong recovery. According to one US survey, an ex-mental patient was rated less acceptable than an ex-convict (Monohan 512). Some people believe that schizophrenics are mentally handicapped, but the two conditions are entirely different. Schizophrenia does cause some cognitive problems, but does not affect overall intelligence. Schizophrenia occurs in people of all levels of intelligence and talent. Another myth is that schizophrenia is the same as a "split personality". Since the word schizophrenia comes from two Greek words meaning "split mind", confusion arose about the differences between schizophrenia and split personality. The Greek terminology refers to the breakdown of an
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screen located directly in the drivers' field of vision, or else as a so-called head-up display on the windshield."(Auburn Hills, April 5, 2000)Double Strength of New CorporationOne of the factors that investors are looking for before making their investment decision is a company's overall stability. Usually the large corporations are considered to be stronger than small ones.The new size of DaimlerChrysler might lead to more stability, which in turn could mean lower rates of return required by investors. It might be one of the new savings aspects of the company.Market concernsThe automotive industry has seen increased global consolidation over the past two years, The New York Times reported
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is already broken). He learns that Marcus is also on the tapes, so he must be guilty of something, too.Back to the tapes: (6) After getting matched up with Hannah through a Valentine's Day survey, Marcus tried to make a move on her in a booth at Rosie's Diner. She had to push him out of the booth and onto the floor to get him to stop.Still listening, Clay heads toward Rosie's (next stop on the map); on his way he sees the Crestmont Theater, where he and Hannah worked the previous summer. He got the job to be close to her, but he always let the rumors about her stand in the way of telling her how he felt.More recordings: (7) When Hannah ignored Zach Dempsey's attempts to comfort her after the
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By the time I arrived state side from my second tour in the Middle East the housing bubble had already burst. I noticed a drastic change in the way that many of my friends and family were living. Several of my friends that worked in real estate had sold their boats and seconds houses. My own stock portfolio had lost a third of its value. My sister and her husband had defaulted on their home mortgage leaving them scrambling for a place to live. I saw that greed a huge factor feeding the housing crisis, yet I didn’t know which side was to blame. My sister and brother in-law wanted more house than they could afford, and the bank was willing to lend them more than they should. This crisis sent
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Chemical equilibrium is a crucial topic in Chemistry. To represent and model equilibrium, the thermodynamic concept of Free energy is usually used. For a multi-component system the Gibbs free energy is a function of Pressure, Temperature and quantity (mass, moles) of each component. If one of these parameters is changed, a state change to a more energetically favorable state will occur. This state has the lowest free energy. When the free energy of all states are equal to each other, the system is at equilibrium. The Heat that is relased or absorbed during a state change absorbed is known as latent heat. For a binary mixture such as durene and naphthalene, the Clausius
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Walter Benjamin emphasizes in his essay, “The Work of Art in the Age of its Technological Reproducibility” that technology used to make an artwork has changed the way it was received, and its “aura”. Aura represents the originality and authenticity of a work of art that has not been reproduced. The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican is an example of a work that has been and truly a beacon of art. It has brought a benefit and enlightenment to the art of painting, and it has an exemplary aura that cannot be replaced. A picture taken of the Sistine Chapel is just an imaged “captured”, while the painting is still original, because it is not movable, and its cult value is still intact. He asserts that
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In this essay I will be looking at how the political and intellectual ideas of the enlightenment have shaped New Zealand Education. I will also be discussing the perennial tension of local control versus central control of education, and how this has been affected by the political and intellectual ideas of the enlightenment.
The enlightenment was an intellectual movement, which beginnings of were marked by the Glorious Revolution in Britain. (Kramnick, 1995). The enlightenment movement continued evolving over the following centuries. The main aim of the enlightenment was to make the world more focused on the individual rather than the authority of one person. The individual was not longer
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The theory of psychological egoism is indeed plausible. The meaning of plausible in the context of this paper refers to the validity or the conceivability of the theory in question, to explain the nature and motivation of human behavior (Hinman, 2007). Human actions are motivated by the satisfaction obtained after completing a task that they are involved in. For example, Mother Teresa was satisfied by her benevolent actions and activities that she spent her life doing. As Hinman (2007) points out, she was likely to reduce in activity if she experienced any dissatisfaction in her endeavors.
Therefore, no matter how much altruism theorists try to argue about the degree of
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Every family has a unique background that influences the way they live and interact with other people. My parents, who emigrated from Ireland to the States with my three brothers in 1989, brought over their own Celtic folklore and traditions that have helped shaped the way our family operates and lives. One aspect of folklore that has helped shape my family dynamic is the Celtic cross—both its background and what role it has played in our lives. The Celtic cross has an extensive history in relation to Ireland, but it has a simplistic meaning in my family. The Legend of Finn MacCoul is another piece of folklore that has a different- but no less important- meaning in my family than its origins
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At a time when women were looked upon as being homemakers, wives, mothers and such the late 1850's presented a change in pace for one woman in specific. Photography was discovered in 1826 and soon after the phenomenon of photography was being experimented with and in turn brought new and different ways of photo taking not only as documenting real time, but also conceptualizing a scene in which an image would be taken. Julia Margaret Cameron will forever be recorded in the history books as one of the first female photographers to make significant contributions to a field that was ruled by the male counterpart of her time.
Julia Margaret Cameron was born 1815 in Calcutta, India and was the
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The evaluation process should be progressive to incorporate overall planning, implement changes, which contribute to success. In order to focus on school climate and norms, the evaluation design must include the students, instructions, and outcomes to improve communication and building-level concerns to be address in this response.
School Climate and Social Norms
The school principal, other staff leaders, and personnel set the tone and the climate of the organization. Dr. Hunter indicated the learning environment should be positive, inviting, friendly, clean, and safe. Visitors should feel welcomed as they enter the school building. Dr. Hunter noted positive learning environment
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Nine year old Amy has already had a rough start in life. She was born with an abnormal heart that hinders her everyday activities. Amy is unable to keep up with kids her own age because she often tires out easily. As a consequence, she has very little friends and is often alone. Amy is forced to take different medications everyday just to survive. Amy’s life consists of medicine, doctors, and constant hospital visits. However, Amy is due for a heart transplant that will save her life. The transplant goes extremely well and now Amy has the opportunity to go to high school and live a normal teenage life. Like Amy, many lives are positively transformed due to the amazing surgery of organ
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“He enjoyed his grandmother's unique way of telling stories. No matter how fantastic or improbable her statements, she always delivered them as if they were the irrefutable truth” (Wikipedia, 2011). Experiences are particular instances of one personally encountering or undergoing something and in these moments of time life changes for the best or the worst and memories are formed. These recollections such as riding your first bicycle, going to the seventh grade or even listening to the many stories your grandmother use to tell could be a heartbreaking or breathtaking experience. Most people, depending on the situation, dance around these moments just like Gabriel Garcia Marquez did in One
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Objective Protein-Energy malnutrition (PEM) and inflammation are common and overlapping conditions in hemodialysis patients which are associated with increased risk of morbidity and mortality. Adiponectin is an adipocytokine which is exclusively produced by adipose tissue. Few studies in hemodialysis patients have demonstrated that serum levels of adiponectin were significantly higher in malnourished patients compared to well-nourished ones. The aim of this study was to further elucidate the association between serum adiponectin levels and the nutritional–inflammation status of hemodialysis patients.
Design. Observational comparative study.
Setting and Subjects 80 patients on stable
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Between 1885 and 1908, Belgium’s Leopold II ruled Congo, a region in central Africa, as his personal colony, exploiting the resources and inhabitants for his own gain. Leopold allowed and encouraged Europeans and other Westerners to enter Congo and set up companies whose primary purpose was to gather rubber, which was abundant but difficult to get to in the Congo, using the Congolese as the laborers for the Europeans. Rubber gathering in Congo brutally exploited the inhabitants of the Congo, while at the same time robbed Congo of wealth, as the rubber was “sold” to the Europeans at prices far below what the rubber was actually worth. Only when others, specifically the British and the
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Usually when someone hears the word “lottery” the first thing that comes to mind is a large sum of cash that people compete against highly impractical odds to win. Shirley Jackson’s story The Lottery might imply a similar conception based on the title alone, but the story is filled with unknowns never revealing exactly when and where the story takes place, or why the lottery exists; even what the lottery is isn’t revealed until the very end. Yet despite Jackson’s omission of details in The Lottery, she manages to create an overtone of mystery that compels the reader to grasp the world of the story rather than define it in terms of the physical world and form their own opinions.
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I remember when I was a young child; I would always be scared whenever there was a severe storm outside that included thunder and lightning. This was especially true in the hours of darkness, when you could really see the lightning. As I grew older this so-called fear of lightning turned into a fascination for this weather phenomena. One of my most vivid memories of lightning as a young man was when I was flying to Florida, the plane was at an altitude above a thunderstorm, that was producing heavy lightning, watching the flashing of the lightning popping off as we flew above the clouds, it was one of the most amazing and beautiful things I have ever seen. I believe it was at
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Maryland is the 42nd largest state, making it one of the smaller states in America. It is
located in the South Atlantic region on the United States eastern seaboard. Prince George's is
one of twenty four counties in Maryland. It is also the geographic center of the state. Maryland
has a varied climate. The state is home to a variety of different ecosystems. This is also true of
Maryland’s environment, which has the Atlantic Ocean on the coast, mountains, and forest land.
My paper will focus on Prince George’s county and the state of Maryland. The size of the state
and how connected parts of Prince George’s county is to its neighboring counties and cities
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In the primary literature article, the title, “Algal blooms decrease care but increase egg survival in a fish with paternal care”, was more like a hypothesis Jarvenpaa gave as general headline of what the paper will be talking about.
As for the abstract, it summarizes the paper in one paragraph, it includes the aim which is testing the effect of unclear water caused by algal on aspects of paternal care in a sand goby fish. It also summarizes the question Jarvenpaa was addressing. Then it includes the methods he used, allowing males to care for their eggs in clear and turbid water, to find the answer to the question he addressed. Finally he added the results he came up with that
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Champion Enterprises Inc. is one of the leaders in the manufactured home building industry. The company specializes in factory manufactured housing and building materials, specializing in two-story homes, multi-section homes, ranch-style homes, single-style homes, Cape Cod style homes, townhouses, duplexes, and triplexes. Modular homes maintenance cost is lower than traditional homes making them a better option.
Champion Enterprises traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CHB. The company which was founded 56 years ago declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2010. Before filing Chapter 11 the company was the highest producer of homes in the industry
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The Harlem Renaissance
In Harlem between the 1920’s and 1930’s the African American culture flourished, especially in areas such as music, art, literature, dance, and even in film. This soon became known as the Harlem Renaissance. With the entire positive and the negative situations of this time period the African Americans still seemed to have it all. The Harlem Renaissance came about because of the changes that had taken place in the African American community after the abolition of slavery because of World War I and the social and cultural changes in early 20th century in the United States. After harsh conditions for African Americans after the Plessy vs. Ferguson Trial many of them
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On January 27, 1972, Ralph Baer introduced something magnificent to the world. This something became well known as the Magnavox Odyssey. The Magnavox Odyssey was the very first video game console that was ever created; games like Roulette, Simon Says, Table Tennis, etc. were able to be purchased for the console. The system was a complete success, being as nobody had ever seen such a thing like it before. Baer’s invention of the Magnavox Odyssey was only the beginning of the advancements made to technology. Since we live in such a competitive society, it was almost inevitable for the Magnavox Odyssey to be topped. As history continued, we were introduced to the Atari 2600 VCS, Sega Genesis
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"I don't want to talk about whether or not racial profiling is legal. Racial profiling is not an effective law enforcement tool." -- Eric Holder, 82nd Attorney General of the United States
Before any argument can be made against racial profiling, it is important to understand what racial profiling is. The American Civil Liberties Union, defines racial profiling as "the discriminatory practice by law enforcement officials of targeting individuals for suspicion of crime based on the individual's race, ethnicity, religion or national origin"(Racial Profiling: Definition). Using this definition we can determine that racial profiling excludes any evidence of wrong-doing and relies solely on
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The Girl Scouts of Colorado claims to be an “inclusive organization,” who welcomes all children as long as they identify as girls (“Boy Wanting to Join Girl Scouts Told ‘No’”). However, an eight year old boy from Colorado, Bobby Montoya, wished to join the Girl Scouts and was turned away because he had “boy parts” (“Boy Wanting to Join Girl Scouts Told ‘No’”). In a news report aired by 9 News of Denver, Colorado, Bobby and his mother were interviewed concerning their plight (link). For his interview, young Bobby wore his long hair braided, and was clothed in a flowing shirt, skinny jeans, and knee-high boots: attire some may consider only appropriate for girls. Bobby showed the interviewer
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As a Psychologist it may be expected that Mead’s conception of mind would place the person centre stage, however his interpretation of Behaviourist theory allows for the actions, and certainly the physiology of the individual to become a matter of external interpretation. Mead speaks of Qualia and experience (Mead, 1967: 5) in a way that seemingly looks purely at individual phenomenology. However whilst Mead initially seems to explore what the individual is directly acquainted with in the mental faculties the reasons may be wrapped up in a somewhat more objectively universalised study (Mead, 1969: 65) i.e. through behaviour. A single definitive answer to this question may initially seem to
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A pervasive issue in education today is the college entrance exams. There are several college exams used in the United States and around the world. These include the SAT, the ACT and many other various versions of those tests. These tests are an unfair and ineffective measure to determine a student’s acceptance into college. These tests to do not measure a student’s ability to master a subject rather they measure aptitude which is ineffective. Not only do students need to achieve academically, but they are also advised to have extracurricular activities outside of the classroom. Race and gender also play a huge role in acceptance letters to universities forcing the acceptances to be unfair
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Women had important roles in seventeenth century Eastern Europe; they were mothers, wives, and businesswomen. They cooked meals, cleaned houses, and educated children. In addition to the domestic roles women played in society, they also played roles in the trade and commerce. Gluckel of Hameln authored one of the earliest-known Jewish memoirs detailing the rise and fall of her own fortunes (Schachter.) She had great judgment for business transactions, and when she was widowed at age 54 she took over her husband’s business to ensure her children’s future. In her memoir, Gluckel describes her marriage as a business partnership, boasting that her husband would turn only to her for business
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The process of aging begins at birth, or conception, depending on your stance, and continues throughout life. This is fact. Whatever your opinion, there is one inescapable certainty; throughout this meticulous process we call aging, comes change-- unsolicited, irrevocable, inevitable change. While many of the changes we face as we age are celebrated and embraced, not all change is desirable, and not all are pleasant. Some of the biggest changes humans experience in their lifetime occurs in late adulthood and into their senior years. It is in this period that the majority of people will start to experience sensory loss to some degree. In an attempt to understand just
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The poem In Memoriam by Alfred Lord Tennyson comprises sections that differ in emotion, tone and appearance but are all unified by the speakers confusion about religion and new discoveries in science. Charles Darwin wrote The Origin of Species, which had many theories of evolution which include, the survival of the fittest and natural selection. These scientific developments characterized the Victorian age and confused the foundation of the Christian faith among people. The stories of the bible conflicted with the scientific facts and the people could no longer accept many of the things that the bible once said. There are many sections of the poem where the confusion is present such as in 54
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Where does DNA come from? What is DNA? What is a Trisomy? DNA comes from our parents, we get half from mom and the other half from dad. DNA is two strands of nucleotide bases coiled into a double helix. The four nucleotide bases are Adenine, Thymine, Cytosine, and Guanine. Adenine pairs with Thymine and Guanine pairs with Cytosine. Each set has 23 single chromosomes- 22 Autosomes and one X or Y sex chromosome. (Massimini, 2000). “Your mother can give you only an X chromosome, but your father can pass on an X or a Y chromosome. If you receive an X chromosome from your father, the XX pair makes you genetically a female. If you receive a Y chromosome from your father, then your XY pair you're
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In this modern age of rapidly advancing technology and increased standards of living, it is difficult for the global north to fathom a life without electricity. The truth is that as of 2010, 20% of the world's population goes on about their daily activities with no access to secure forms electricity. This statistic is most disturbing not only because of the amount of electricity taken for granted and wasted on a daily basis, but because access to secure electricity has become associated as a basic human right. This right has been recognized by intergovernmental organizations such as the United Nations, as well as non-governmental organizations and several independent nations. Access
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problems than they are solving.
The occupy protests are ineffective protests because there is no clearly defined goal or a specified outcome for their cause. They are using unfocused and prolonged public live-ins rather than a mass protest to attain specific goals through the political system. Another part of this is that no one knows what they want. In a survey about the Occupy Movement, "26 percent of those polled said they were supporters of the Occupy movement, while 19 percent identified as opponents, and 52 percent said they neither supported nor opposed it (Zernike). At the start of the Tea Party movement, there was also a large percentage that did not know much about it. If we look