The Importance of Space

This paper illustrates that during construction one must be able to understand elements such as space, centers, boundaries, paths and alignments during construction. According to David Summers conceptualization, the center was used to define a place where heavens could be traced.According to this author, the center was not articulated initially but stones were placed as signs of signifying the rising …

Analysis of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass An American Slave Book

There are positive as well as negative forces ruling the human mind and people usually enhance their intrinsic positive powers through prayers and good deeds to keep the negative influences under control. If these antagonistic forces are allowed to flourish, they can wreak havoc on people’s minds and urge them to behave in a devilish manner. The evil spirit resides …

Children Living with HIV

There are 2 strains of HIV, HIV-1 and HIV-2. More often than not, it is HIV-1 that is identified among patients. Some patients may be positive to both types of viruses. HIV-2 infection is most commonly encountered in the Western part of Africa (Abdelmalek, 2011). HIV infection in children is rapidly progressive with poor prognosis.Research statement: HIV is a pandemic …

The Joy Luck Club (novel)

She not only accomplishes the goal of her mother on her behalf, but also gets to learn more about her mother as a result of the unique experience of reuniting with her long lost and never seen before half-sisters. Jing-mei and Waverly share the feeling of regret of having lost ties with their indigenous Chinese culture in their attempts to …

Coronary and Pulmonary Circulations

The major blood vessels which constitute this circulation are the left main coronary artery and the right main coronary artery, both of which originate at the base of the aorta from openings called the coronary Ostia located behind the aortic valve leaflets (Klabunde, “Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts”). The left main coronary artery is usually larger than the right one and divides …

Censorship in the Media Sphere

Since the banning of Cleland’s novel, censorship has been used to protect people from improper media according to the standards of the government and smaller organizations that focus on censorship, though this has sparked the issue of how much censorship is too much censorship. The act of censorship is now done more for the benefit of children, yet many people …

The Cosmetic Surgery

This paper, therefore, looks at the major reasons why a large number of individuals resort to the black market for cosmetic surgical procedures, including affordable procedures on the black market and more important given to cost than the quality of the procedures. This paper will include a brief discussion of the feminist view of cosmetic surgery.Recently, the demand for cosmetic …

John Proctor

The existence of Proctor changed for the worse when Abigail blames Elizabeth, who ends up in jail. The blame game started because of the adultery that he committed. When a tragic play ends, the audience is usually pitiful towards the departed idol. Such a situation is called catharsis.John Proctor – a tragic hero in The Crucible, leaves the audience in …

J G Ballards Concrete Island Is Entry into Island an Accident or Work of Fate

Concrete Island forms the second book in the JG Ballard’s thematic trilogy novels based on the urban disaster in England. This novel is followed by “High-Rise” and preceded by “Crash”. As the name implies, the book is about a Concrete island that is not a natural island but a manmade one formed by the intersection of three speeding motorways. This …

Antibiotic Doripenem

Individuals with pyelonephritis and acute concomitant sickness have severe tissue infection and are in danger of bacteremia. the advantage is realized due to early admission for discussion and concentrated parenteral antimicrobial treatment (Klostranec and Kolin 2012).The infection normally begins from the lower urinary tract as a UTI. Bacteria penetrate one’s body through the urethra and start to multiply and increase …

The Comparison of Conrad Josephs Heart of Darkness and Ford Coppola Apocalypse Now

The Comparison of Conrad Josephs Heart of Darkness and Ford Coppola Apocalypse NowBasing his film on the major themes and plot of Joseph Conrad’s "Heart of Darkness", director Ford Coppola’s "Apocalypse Now" depicts Captain Benjamin Willard’s (Special Operations officer) mission to kill a former US army Special Forces agent labeled a defector and declared mentally incapacitated, Walter Kurtz (Coppola). Conversely, …

Course of Action Statement and Sketch

In accordance with Field Manual (FM) 3-21-31 (2003), “Decisive operations at any echelon (accomplished by a designated main effort) directly achieve the purpose of the mission of the higher headquarters. At the SBCT level, there is only one decisive operation”. By that definition, once the attack by Ahurastan forces occurs, EUCOM will automatically switch to Phase 2, which is Seize …

Challenges That Developing Countries Face In Trade in a Globalized World

China government auditing agency claimed that the toys distributed indicated some warning signs on the toys like, “small parts that could be swallowed or sharp edges that could cut a child”, however, according to New York Times, most of these toys exported from china, don’t include their brand name and are sold at fair prices (Barboza, 2007). This remains a …

Korean and Japanese Funerals Though Different Similar in Essence

Cultures and communities of the world hold a solemn and grave view for death. It is also true for Korean and Japanese societies. Fascinations for death become influenced either by religion or by some other traditional views of society. Consequently, this fascination and views of death determine after-death rites, rituals, and ceremonies. Korean and Japanese funeral rites reveal how the …

The Importance of the Textile Clothing Fiber and Yarn Sector in Turkey

Increased demand has given rise to increased opportunities for several countries but each country has its own advantages and disadvantages. Several global players are trying to capture the major market share in the global market place. Pakistan, Vietnam, Cambodia and Bangladesh are trying to capture share in the market based on their low manufacturing costs due to cheap labour in …

The Qualifications of a Good Leader

Even in the most turbulent of times, when organizations just tumble selling away their remaining assets at the price of peanuts, some organizations dramatically rise to grab such opportunities that they can acquire value in such downtrends which when the economy makes a turnaround, prove to be unforgettable achievements for the organization for many years to come later. The fact …

Visiting the Construction of the New York Transport System Then and Now

THE tunnel diggers gazed in disbelief at what they had uncovered. The year was 1912. Deep beneath the streets of New York City, while excavating an extension of the newly built subway, they had broken into a large hidden chamber. The room was magnificently furnished—like a palace! Along its length were mirrors, chandeliers, and frescoes. Wood paneling, crumbling with age, …

Emotional Intelligence Training and Leadership Behavior of Administrators

Actors play a crucial role in the future of an organization, and thus, the proposed research will focus on different aspects of research administrators, mainly their emotional intelligence, leadership behavior, and the role that training plays in enhancing the abovementioned characteristics in a research administrator.In brief, research administration is one of the fields that lacks the number of researches carried …

Defining and Characterising a Learning Organisation

Even though there is a reasonably common understanding of the necessity for learning organisations, there are fewer consensuses on precisely what a learning organisation implies (Schwandt Marquardt 1999). Garvin (1993) emphasises that several treatises of learning organisations have been deferential and ideal and loaded with almost magical expressions. Garvin (1993) provides a practical, if still rather unclear, the definition of …

In Pursuit of Socioeconomic Justice A Critique of Anti Corruption Strategies in Eritrea

Enron case has opened the reality of the corruption case, mostly in the form of bribery fraud, among private companies’ executives. And more and more private companies’ executives are being taken to court on the charge of fraud.Corruption has plagued both developing and advanced countries and has become a problem for all countries including the newly established country of Eritrea. …

Supply Chain of Paper

Outline of the supply chain for paper begins with the growth of trees, raw materials for paper, up to the nearest storage facility to the product’s final consumer. The first stage in the chain is the identification of suitable seeds by a gardener for quality trees. The gardener then grows the seeds into seedlings and in a process that is …

Identification the Stages of C elegans

Most molecular genetics experiment cannot be employed on humans because of their complexity. In order to perform these experiments, researchers use certain model organisms which can be cultured very easily in the laboratory and is easy to manipulate. These model organisms though physically different from humans bear certain biochemical and physiological features that have been conserved during evolution (Hedges,2002, p838). …

Recommendations from the Clients

From an organizational point of view, it is quite apparent that Tom Martin’s behavior shall cause a significant effect on the organization’s well-being in terms of reputation as a Family Support Services Centre. This certain aspect can be recognized as quite significant for a service-based organization. It is worth mentioning that customer satisfaction has gained considerable importance in the service …

Subprime Lending its Adverse Effects on UK and World Financial Markets And Methods to Rectify and Protect Consumers

From a different point of view, it is noticed by Reiss (2005) that ‘predatory lending, the origination of loans with abusive terms to homeowners, is rampant in the subprime mortgage market’. The approach used by Reiss in order to explain the conditions related to subprime lending is based on the extensive use of this type of lending specifically in mortgages.However, …

Poverty Line Measurement Analysis

The World Bank introduced the one-dollar-a-day poverty threshold in 1990 in its World Development Report. This poverty line, applicable only in low-income countries, is based on the 1985 purchasing power parity (PPP) dollars and refers to household expenditure per person.This paper will determine whether the “one dollar-a-day” poverty indicator and those measures based on it are reasonable benchmarks for poverty …

What Needs to Happen in Order to Fix or Slow Down Global Warming

As Michael Page (2007) has rightly said,” a firm and ever-growing body of evidence point to a clear picture: the world is warming, this warming is due to human activity increasing levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, and if emissions continue unabated the warming will too, with increasingly serious consequences.”Global warming is the result of the average increase in …

The Diversity in the Media

To fully understand the whole concept of media diversity, it is imperative to take a close look at the meaning of the whole phenomenon. Thus, according to a journal entitled ‘Media Diversity Matters,’ [online 2008], a diverse media is one that is inclusive of minorities and women in content, varied employment structures, that is who reports, or produces what we …

Nazi Youth Movement

The path to achieving this goal was to create a curriculum for these young men – and women – and to erase prior teachings in religion and community, and to re-indoctrinate their thinking in the direction of the Third Reich.Today, more than 60 years after the end of World War II, people have more unanswered questions about the period than …

Nutrition Grapefruit Diet

The whole plant, including the flowers and most especially its fruit, can be made to treat fungal infections, acne, indigestion, liver and gall bladder conditions, urinary infections, and even insomnia (Allen and Allen, 2007). It gained its popularity during the Great Depression during the late 1920s when “grapefruit, along with other citrus fruits, could be had for free with orange …

Effects of Fats and Cholesterol on Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease, abbreviated as CVD, is known to be the leading cause of death in the world today (Gaziano, Reddy, Paccaud, Horton, Chaturvedi, 2006). Cardiovascular diseases include many kinds of diseases that mainly consist of the heart, brain, arteries, and other essential organs.Cardiovascular diseases were not very common back in the start of the 20th century. They accounted for lower …

The Wife of Bath’s Tale

Furthermore, since a man writes her prologue, we cannot help but think about why he wrote it. This imaginary character gives Chaucer a chance to address several subjects that might have been forbidden during his time. By making use of irony and wittiness, Chaucer can construct statements regarding women and how they are dealt with. It is ought to be …

Biodiversity Action Plan

The landscape is generally flat or gently undulating between 30 and 50 metres above sea level. The area to the west, the Western Woodland Farmlands, in contrast has a flatter landscape and fewer woodlands.Open landscape with trees in distant spots is the major characteristic due to removal of internal field boundaries in order to support arable usage. There is however …

SocioEconomic Consequences of Landmines

When surface transportation is hampered, farmers can no longer transit their produce to marketplaces. This results in inflation and soaring of commodity prices. Mined roads make the effects of famine and drought more severe by hampering food relief and restricting the movement of supplies.Disastrous results follow when mines are embedded in fertile agricultural lands. For example, in Zimbabwe diseases are …

Paul the Apostle to the Gentile

It started with Saul’s approval in the stoning of Stephen that marked ‘’the beginning of great persecution against the Church in Jerusalem’’ (Acts 8:1). It is Saul’s zeal to fulfill his agenda of persecuting the early Christians which were heavily influenced by his commitment to his belief as a strict ‘’Shammaite Pharisee’’ (Wright, p. 26). His dedication to persecute the …

Taming the Wild Things for Children

Despite parental fears of traumatic results in their children, picture books depicting monsters and other scary creatures seem enjoyable to young children. Such storybooks seem frightening since they contain alarming images, disquieting texts, and threatening concepts. Take as an example the book entitled Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. In this book, a little boy is challenged by …

In Between Masculinity and Society

As the story line progresses the reader slowly comes to the conclusion that it is the narrator’s own selfish desires and insecurity are what ultimately destroys the image of masculinity he has worked so hard to achieve. "Men’s behaviour," McEwan has been quoted as saying, " is somehow invisible. we don’t see ourselves as having a behaviour that is indefinitely …

Level of CO2 that Affects the Microbial Activity Diversity and Numbers

Previously reported C balance calculations showed that in the ecosystem investigated growing season soil C inputs were strongly enhanced under elevated CO2. It is hypothesized that the absence of microbial responses to these enhanced soil C fluxes originated from mineral nutrient limitations of microbial processes. Laboratory incubations showed that short-term microbial growth (one week) was strongly limited by N availability, …

Fair And Equitable Treatment in Bilateral Investment Treaties

The relevant research led to the conclusion that BITs have been highly developed in the last two decades. The main reason for their development has been the fact that these treaties grant extensive rights to foreign investors, including protection of contractual rights and the right to international arbitration in the event of an investment dispute’ (Elkins et al., 2006, 811). …

My Civilization of South America

The older concept stаted thаt the Mаyа civilizаtion of South Аmericа originаted in the Peten аbout 100 B.C.. their cities collаpsed аround А.D. 800. this is lаbeled the Old Empire (Hаmmond, 1982:126). The remаining Mаyа civilizаtion of South Аmericа migrаted to the Yucаtаn. this is lаbeled the New Empire. There were few cities left when the Spаnish cаme. Belize is …

Training Process of Employees

In any organization, the recruitment and training function will most times be a continuous process due to certain needs, and so the leader or the manager particularly the Human Resource Manager should perform the staffing function at all times. In an organization, all the employees or individuals will not be able to perform at their optimal best, a few may …

Significance of Symbolism in Death of a Salesman

So, all these misguided dreams and unwanted urges should be hidden in the deep ‘holes’ in the mind, blocked by achievable dreams and positive thoughts. So, achievable dreams should be ‘watered’ and grown while misguided dreams should be ‘weeded’ out in the ‘germinating stage’ itself. In real life or in fictional life, there have been many individuals or characters, who …

Relationships in the Odyssey

“The main action of the poem’s first four books is a son’s search for news of his father, as that of most of the subsequent books is a father’s return to his family” (Clarke, 1967, p. 27). Several examples of father/son relationships are provided, including those of Odysseus and Telemachus, Laertes and Odysseus, Poseidon and Polyphemus, Nestor and Pisistratus, and …

Role of Strategy in the Development of a Small and MediumSized Enterprise

Аn orgаnizаtions strаtegy within а smаll аnd medium-sized enterprise (SME) refers to its tаctics аnd mode of operаtion in the mаrketplаce аnd represents the аpproаch it intends to use to аchieve its stаted goаls. The process of developing these goаls typicаlly stаrts with а mаrketing аudit thаt essentiаlly represents а compilаtion of industry, mаrket, аnd internаl аnаlyses аnd indicаtors. In …

Consumer Behaviour Blue Lagoon

The very perception of that stimulus should make them (consumers) think of Blue lagoon Chocolate first, keeping aside the actual sense and meaning of that stimulus to be brought in memory with secondary priority. Peculiar packing, shaping and coloring of chocolate, and so on can be formed as a stimulus for the consumers of Blue lagoon Chocolate. Effective advertising processes …

Best Practices Adopted in the Secondary Schools

Both formative and summative assessments are to be carried out at the secondary level. There should be provisions for continuous and comprehensive assessment and subsequent feedbacks in the learning process. Interactive assessment in the classroom assumes special significance at the secondary level as students need constant feedback for the learning activities they undertake. There should be a regular assessment at …

Best Practices Adopted in the Secondary Schools

Both formative and summative assessments are to be carried out at the secondary level. There should be provisions for continuous and comprehensive assessment and subsequent feedbacks in the learning process. Interactive assessment in the classroom assumes special significance at the secondary level as students need constant feedback for the learning activities they undertake. There should be a regular assessment at …

The Importance of Space

This paper illustrates that during construction one must be able to understand elements such as space, centers, boundaries, paths and alignments during construction. According to David Summers conceptualization, the center was used to define a place where heavens could be traced.According to this author, the center was not articulated initially but stones were placed as signs of signifying the rising …

Analysis of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass An American Slave Book

There are positive as well as negative forces ruling the human mind and people usually enhance their intrinsic positive powers through prayers and good deeds to keep the negative influences under control. If these antagonistic forces are allowed to flourish, they can wreak havoc on people’s minds and urge them to behave in a devilish manner. The evil spirit resides …

Children Living with HIV

There are 2 strains of HIV, HIV-1 and HIV-2. More often than not, it is HIV-1 that is identified among patients. Some patients may be positive to both types of viruses. HIV-2 infection is most commonly encountered in the Western part of Africa (Abdelmalek, 2011). HIV infection in children is rapidly progressive with poor prognosis.Research statement: HIV is a pandemic …