Analytical response

In 1927, slaves were defined by the United Nations as someone over whom any or all of the powers attached to the right of ownership are exercised (The Transatlantic). Slavery was passed onto Africa by its European colonizers. In Rome, slaves were generally those who got caught in battle, abandoned children, or older children sold by their fathers because of …

Marketing Plan for Company G

This discussion stresses that consumers with comparatively higher income level are likely to purchase electronic appliances as they want to make their life more convenient, and they are ready to part with their money for that. Individual with higher income level are inclined towards trying new commodities and thus would be a prime source of company’s initial revenue from the …

The Prevailing Trend in Poor Countries Prosperity and Growth Eventually Human Fulfillment

Development is associated with economic growth, specifically the increase in Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The question as to why poor countries remain poor and people continue to live in poverty is often associated with the GDP of the country. This paper seeks factors that could affect the GDP growth and income per capita of poor countries and investigates how each …

IBM Analysis

I personally credit two giant companies for sowing the seeds of this global IT revolution, these are International Business Machines (1880) for its role in automation followed by invention of a personal computer and American Telephone and Telegraph (1885) for the innovations in the domain of telecommunications. There is no doubt about the contributions made by these companies in their …

Race Multiculturalism and Geography in Barack Obama’s Dreams from my father

Some of the best sources for anthropological studies on Hawaii’s pre-colonial history, particularly in regard to their Polynesian ancestors, are the Hawaiian chants, legends, mele or vocal music, which are handed down from the ancient generation to next. (McDermott, Wen-Shing and Maretzki 5) Along with other artifacts, these materials tell a story of Polynesian ancestors journeying from Tahiti to Hawaii. …

Political Geography

Landlocked states have historically existed after the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They were created after empires had been defeated and their territories had to be carved. The collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1991 led to the division of the country into a number of republics (Glassner, 2003). Several of these republics do not have access to …

East west Signature course

Why Nations Fail In the book, Why Nations Fail, Moglu and Robinson the do not base the success and failure of nations on the common factors such as culture, neither geographical location nor the economic policies. However, they base it on the centralization of the political institutions. Centralizing the political institutions is the backbone of a nation’s economic success, which …

Globalization The Impacts of Globalized Business Transactions

With a powerful internet regime aiding a voluminous international exchange through an omnipresent availability of data, the world has graduated from the primary obstacles of geography and social boundaries to a higher level thinking of strategies capable of penetrating even the potentially valuable networks born out of the same process. The Positives Effects of Globalized Business The implications of increasingly …

Risk Impact of Global Communications in Business

The dynamic force regulating and accelerating globalization is undoubtedly a revolutionary development being made in the fields of information technology, navigation and communications. Hence, it is the marvellous technological advancement and innovative tools, techniques and equipment that have paved the way towards fastest possible progress and growth in political, social, cultural, economic and commercial areas of the contemporary world. The …

Comparing and Contrasting Development in Germany and Kenya

From this study it is clear that the physical geography of the two nations has played a big role in shaping their population settlement patterns, geopolitics, economic and social development, imperialism, and other areas that ultimately determine development.This paper outlines thatit is highly industrialized and populous country with the largest national economy in Europe. It is among the largest world …

Compare Musical and Opera

In comparing Musical and Opera, one can base the argument relating to their source, historical background, development and their evolution. However, this paper shall discuss the key features that compare Musicals from the Operas. In the present time, people fail to provide a clear distinction between the two, and instead define any form of entertainment performance with music as musicals, …

Drammar

Traditional and Generative Grammar Grammar is the study of how words combine to form sentences. There are right ways and wrong ways, good ways and bad ways. There are also two ways to look at grammar—according to traditional grammar and according to generative grammar. Traditional grammar developed several hundred years ago in the British Isles when English became more than …

Explain the Greek concept of eros and the variations on the concept as introduced by the various speakers in Plato’s Symposiu

He believed that Eros comprise of varying shades and occurs in numerous forms. In Symposium, an institutional dialogue, Plato described the numerous perceptions he held about Love. In this paper Plato’s presentation of varying facets of Love is analyzed and explained with textual evidence from Symposium. The Link between Eros and Symposium: Eros is a Greek term and can be …

Sociolinguistics Understanding Languages

According to Stubbs (2014), sociolinguistics is the branch of linguistics that seeks to understand how society influences language use, as well as how language use impacts society. The major interest includes gaining an understanding of the processes involved in acquiring a language, challenges of learning a new language, and how people modify language in different social circumstances. Through studying sociolinguistics, …

The Mabo and Wik Decisions Importance to Australias Mineral Industry

European scientific evidence is catching up without our traditional knowledge: the latest scientific findings of at least 60, 000 years of aboriginal occupation. We know it is even longer than that (1). This solidly invalidated the longtime belief of terra nullius (Forbes, qt. in Sharp 207) – an uninhabited territory, an empty land (Whitehouse-Strong 180), which not until the High …

Work Based Project

The next of Hay’s levels of learning in mentorship is transitional learning which is about how things may be done differently. Learners make transitions that require them to be deeply aware of their goals and objectives and what to do in order to achieve them by trying out a different approach. In every step of the way, they need to …

Lesson Plan Teaching Listening

I have always been very fond of the English language and literature. Working as a teacher of English allows me to share my passion with my students and help them to develop their own, unique ways to learn English. I find language learning a fascinating process, which enables learners to discover different cultures and, thus, looks at the world from …

Jonathan Swift used elements of the travel narrative to structure his satire Gulliver’s Travels on European primarily English culture and society Gullivers encounter with the Houyhnmhnms ultimately estranges him from his homeland his family se

Basho travelled in 17th century Japan while Gulliver is a fictionalized character who travelled in a similarly unsophisticated Europe but at a different time. So what made the nature of the travels of these two so different? This is the question this paper shall seek to answer.There have to be some basic differences we have to tackle however between these …

Theme of justice in King Lear

Theme of Justice in Shakespeare’s King Lear William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of King Lear or simply KingLear is an acclaimed play written during 1603 and 1606. King Lear is Shakespeare’s signature tragedy since every character eventually ends up in bewilderment and succumbs to madness. Set in the era of Eight century B.C, this play is based on the mythical character …

Week 2 project

Systematic Strategies: for this lesson, the value added approach will be most efficient. This is a blend between the emergent literally approach and the explicit systematic instruction. In emergent literally approach, the child learns primarily from environmental stimuli for instance a print rich classroom. In explicit systematic instruction, the student is deliberately exposed procedures that enable them to acquire knowledge, …

Provide a critical analysis

He apparently inhabits a stripped off office with an outdated laptop without internet connection as he had mutilated its Ethernet cable or even a single game (Grossman 2010).As with many other great poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge found a kindred spirit and a comrade in the arts through fellow English poet William Wordsworth. It was through their friendship and first attempt …

Intercultural communication class Project Report

Intercultural communication Project Report of the activity I decided to tour the strange neighborhood of Manhattan in order to accustom myself with the new environment. Touring strange neighborhoods is always a challenging experience given the fact that English is not my native language besides the strangeness of the popular culture in the neighborhood. As such, I anticipated numerous challenges. I …

English Literature

And, one of the written forms through which the author will reflect all his/ her ‘events influenced thought process’, is the fiction. So, from early centuries, fictions have been a great medium to imprint one’s life as well as to see and read one’s life. And, Writers from the United Kingdom also wrote events influenced fictions as a variation to …

Choose a topic

At the long last, Alice get to meet the rabbit that takes her mind. The white rabbit mostly illustrated character in the book.The rabbit that she meets in a dream is wearing just like a human being. Being in a waistcoat, walking upright and speaking in English and a watch on its wrist are frightening. Alice wanted to know more …

Competency to stand trial

It is therefore important for all defendants to have a good understanding of what is happening in a legal process as well as the options presented to him/her in the duration of a case. This paper seeks to understand the concept of competency to stand trial in the legal sense. The paper will look at various literatures on the subject …

Construction Law

The UK construction industry has been capable of a delivery large number of a project there remains a general dissatisfaction in the overall performance of the industry. The feedback from the client is also on the negative side as projects are unpredictable regarding delivery time, budgets always exceeding the initial estimated, and quality of work failing to meet industry standards. …

Ralph Vaughan Williams

At this juncture, in order to understand the reasons behind the great degree of neglect Vaughan Williams faced, it is necessary to start from the beginning of his musical life.Ralph Vaughan Williams was born as the third child of Arthur and Margaret Vaughan Williams, on 12 October 12, 1872, in Down Ampney. Arthur was the vicar of All Saints Church …

Three historical actors

The most spoken language is English, with Roman Catholicism as its official state religion. It’s the largest economy in the USA, with a range of industries, and has the leading sports activities in the entire country (Cooke, 2005). In this five-page paper, I am going to talk about three historical actors who played significant roles in shaping California and the …

Marketing Strategies for a Newly Opened Delicatessen

Among them the following marketing strategies have received the attention of many analysts and researchers (Rosenbaum, 1998).Initially market dominance strategies acquired much greater recognition. These strategies are based on the understanding that any marketing strategy must have as its core objective the domination of the market. In other words the firm seeks either to lead, challenge, simply follow or develop …

Transcribing my audio interviews

AUDIO TRANSCRIPT Interviewer: what type of secondary school did you attend? Interviewee: boarding, in a forest state Interviewer: where is that?Interviewer: ok, were you in one school or did you attend various different schools?Interviewee: oneInterviewer: what subjects at school did you like and whyInterviewee: I enjoyed English a lot but I loved PE very muchInterviewer: could you take me through …

How should the set be constructed and designed in order to reflect traditional Expressionist Theatre in a production of The Silver Tassie by Sean OCassey

This thus makes second language acquisition difficult and slow. But a scientific factor as to why children learn second languages easier and quicker than adults is that children’s brains are flexible until they reach their teenage years in a process known as lateralization. Here the brain loses its flexibility by assigning specific roles to each side of the brain making …

Commonsense Reasoning in and over Natural Language

The theories and theorems that are involved in quantifying language fail to provide us a limitless and potentially useable formula for quantification regardless of their complexity and their rationale supporting it.Jon Barwise and John Etchemendy in Language Proof and Logic give a very understandable argument as to the reasons for quantifiers and the reasons they are not always accurate in …

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This paper focuses on two academic sources, providing a critical analysis of the British romantic era in terms of background, significance, and a view of the important writers and poets in the period.The period witnesses great turbulence in terms of the social status with generated ideas pertaining to revolutions becoming key determinants of social conflicts that occurred along the lines …

The Origin of Capitalism by Wood Ellen

The origin of capitalism summary:1. The concept of market-dependence, which forms the bedrock of a capitalist society, has its roots in the medieval England culture when national market development was progressing in London.2. Capitalists heavily depend on the market for taking advantage of labor-power since the profit has to be maximized by producing a commodity prepared by the workers.3. Enhanced …

Question 3 In the summer of 2007 a UK Pension Fund invests 150 000 on Collaterised Debt Obligations (CDOs) and 100 000 on shares from Baribas Ltd bank relying on the advice of Credit Rating Agency Moodys which released a report giving a high cr

As such, the contract for the purchase of the shares should be voided for a breach of a fundamental fiduciary duty of the banker.Lloyds Bank Ltd v Bundy [1974] EWCA Civ 8 is a very important English contract case law, whose outcome on undue influence is applicable in this case. In the Court of Appeal decision, Lord Denning MR incorporated …

Reflective Memo

Reflective Memo My first session in English 1302 was a confusing one because I had no idea of what is required in the session. My previous English sessions, the entire class focused more on writing bland, thoughtless essays and proper grammar. However, English 1302 was a bit different in terms of experiences and the entire session. Most of the English …

ZScores

Running Head: Z-Scores Statistics: Z-Scores goes here of your Introduction In statistics we often have to compare two scores calculated using different units or scales and it is difficult to establish a comparison between these raw scores. Raw scores are the original numbers we get in a statistical experiment. In such cases Standardization or Z-scores is used to establish a …

Cyberslacking and the Procrastination Superhighway

Inserts His/her Inserts Inserts Grade (14, 02, Summary of Article The article in question is by Lavoie amp. Pychyl (2001) and it talks about the relationship between internet procrastination and the perception of internet as an important tool. The article also attempts to understand the relationship between self reporting procrastination and time spent on internet. The goal of the study …

Study abroad

in a new country with new people means that you would have to leave your culture, food, language, attire, and way of living to adopt the host country’s way of living (DuFon amp. Churchill, pp. 74-85, 2006).People who have strong associations which their culture, family, friends and surroundings may find it the most difficult part of their live to adjust …

IQ Scores

The analysis for the IQ and GPA scores are presented in the following table: The best frequency distribution for the data is a histogram, and from the analysis, the frequencies and histogram can be indicated as:An analysis of the symmetry and skewness of the data indicates that the IQ scores are evenly distributed. there is no positive or negative skew …

Poverty in Late Victorian England

According to Boyer and Schmidle, one of the manifestations of poverty in the Victorian Era is the development and existence of slums. At the time, the most notable slums were located in East London, and for this case, East London was nicknamed, the darkest London by respectable citizens. Other parts of the city that were infested with slums include Clerkenwell, …

Play review of Richard Nilson’s Some Americans Abroad at Second Stage Theater New York

Some Americans Abroad Order No. 237075 August ‘08 Some Americans Abroad Some Americans abroad, a play by Richard Nelson and directed by Gordon Edelstein is being staged at the Second Stage Theatre in New York. The play is a comedy about a group of American college students accompanied by English literature professors embarking on a literary tour of England. It …

Mary Tudor Impaled her Church on the Horns of an Impossible Dilemma A Critical Evaluation

The Catholic Church had to face the crushing pressure from the Protestants, who got their strong foothold during the English Reformation and the reign of Protestant Edward VI from 1947 to 1953 and on the other hand, the church had to confront Mary’s questionable acts, accomplishments and her proceedings. If the Church supported, the Catholics would further be alienated from …

The Liberal Party of Canada

On the one hand was the governing coalition of Liberal – Conservatives under the leadership of Sir John A. McDonald in Canada West and his French – Canadian counterpart, George – Etienne Cartier in Canada East. This disparate organization encompassed a number of distinct groups, many of which had potentially conflicting interests – Catholic and Protestants, English and French, Urban …

THE ENGLISH LAW OF TORT

This was demonstrated in the case of Best v Samuel Fox amp. Co Ltd 1 in which a wife attempted to sue her husband’s employers for his inability to have intercourse with her, due to an accident at work that had left him emasculated. The claim failed on the basis that the claimant had no proprietary right over her husband, …

Learner’s profile

to Min for improving his language proficiency shall include verb and subject agreement, verb tenses, correct pronunciation of words, and a wider vocabulary. This can be done by reading activities which will enable him to learn new words, correct his pronunciation and intonation, and check his comprehension. I believe that Min’s English skills can be further improved by exposing him …

Impact of the Black Death

Impact of Black Death Impact of Black Death Byrne, J. (2004). The Black Death (Greenwood guides to historic events of the medieval world). Greenwood: Greenwood publisher. ISBN-10: 0313324921. Examines the introduction and guides the greatest natural disaster that occurred in humanity. It is replete by illustrations, primary documents and biographical sketches. The Black Death has been regarded in many historical …

Mary Tudor and Lady Jane Grey

The power of Mary Tudor and Lady Jane Grey was deeply rooted in the religious and political upheaval of the time. England’s royal family’s successionhas always been a tradition of rights and claims since William the Conqueror. Unless the King had a son, many claims could be made upon the throne from cousins, brothers, uncles, and so forth. The religious …

English Oral

The book, Lady Windermere’s Fan, is a drama about a biting satire on the morals of Victorian society, particularly about marriage. The theme of the story is hypocrisy. As defined, hypocrisy is pretending to be something one is not or feigning to believe in something one does not. Most of the characters in the story accept hypocrisy as a necessary …

Foreign Market Analysis

product. The feel good factor is that it is pro-American country with the Filipinos and their government having very friendly relations with the U.S. The Philippines is the 19th largest export market of the United States with an approximate annual export of $8 billion. For launching a new product by JF’s Electronics, the Philippines can be the perfect launching pad …

Water Quality and Contamination

The most common ground water contaminants come from human activities that involve dumping of waste materials in the environment which eventually seeps into ground water reserves. Ground water is contaminated by constituents have the ability to either come into direct or indirect contact with this water. From this background, the experiment designed to test the effects the most common ground …

Inquiry into Media

It was at 11:40 pm in the night on 14 April. As usual, Frederick Fleet was on the look out when he saw the iceberg and reported immediately to the bridge. However, it was too late to steer around the iceberg because the Titanic was already struck. This caused the hull plates of the ship to buckle inwards and opened …

Characters personality

Vonnegut believes of love as a principality to survival. He depicts that love makes an individual’s life meaningful and worth recounting. Moreover, affection that one possesses towards another can be treasured and expressed in many ways. In his short story, ‘A Long Walk to Forever’, Vonnegut portrays how conflict, sensitivity, and essential decency depict an individual’s character. This paper discusses …