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    Leader Match is leadership training program developed by Fiedler, Chemers, and Mahar; it is an adaptation of Fiedler’s contingency model (Jago and Ragan, 1986). Taking the contingency theory a step further, Leader Match focuses on the same two factors: leadership style and leadership situation (Jago and Ragan, 1986). The leadership style is determined by the score on the Least Preferred Co-Worker scale (Jago and Ragan, 1986). The situational factor is determined by the leader-member relations, task structure, and leader-position power (Jago and Ragan, 1986). Leader Match leadership training is a self-paced programmed manual which is complete in their own time that takes about four to twelve hours to finish (Fiedler and Mahar, 1979; Leister et al., 1977). At the beginning of the manual, individuals must complete the LPC scale, which will measure their motivation along with helping to interpret their scores (Fiedler and Mahar, 1979). According to Csoka and Bons (1978), each chapter starts with an explanation of the contingency model theory along with a series of short problems. Appropriate feedback is given based on the answer that will assist the individual to optimize the leader style- leader situation match (Csoka and Bons, 1978; Leister et al., 1977). By the end of the manual, individuals will be able to control the type of situation they are in, in theory (Fiedler and Mahar, 1979). STRENGTHS OF LEADER MATCH According to Fiedler and Mahar (1979), they conducted twelve…

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    She's So Unusual Analysis

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    She’s So Unusual was created and sung by Cyndi Lauper. This album is a pop/rock album and, it has a variety of different songs, no two are the alike. My overall impressions of the songs are that they are crazy, funky, weird, fun, playful and, energetic. All of the songs in the album are very catchy, upbeat and inventive tunes. This album has a personality of its own. In this album she usually sang, and had studio musicians play. Her main studio musicians were Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman (of…

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    Jamestown Settlement

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    Jamestown settlers moved to the new capital of the Virginian government Williamsburg in 1699 CE, the settlement itself, became nothing more than farmland surrounded with a ruined church tower, and broken gravestones (Standard 1904:3). Only a few travelers visited Jamestown out of historical curiosity during the eighteenth century and early nineteenth century CE (Standard 1904:3). However, according to Mary Newton Standard’s 1904 archaeological document, Jamestown and the Association for the…

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    they react with the women’s rights, allowing them to be humans once again. Women and Men have their differences, and in 1904 it has impacted us greatly.Today, because of the suffragette movement, women have a voice. If women did not get a voice, it would still be like 1904, where women were property. Where women were limited to what they were allowed to say, and were not allowed to say. If the brave women in 1904, did not do what they had done, our country would not be free. Our country would…

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    Lex Talionis Punishments

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    Specifically, Lex Talionis is the law of retaliation where the punishments resemble the crime (Taibleson, 2009). Examples include law 196 which states that between seigniors if one takes an eye the perpetrator received the same punishment of losing his eye(Harper, 1904). Most simply stated this type of punishment is “An eye for an eye” (Taibleson,2009). More extreme examples included the law 210 stating that if a man hits a seignior's daughter killing her, his own daughter must be put to death…

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    Essay On Toronto Fire

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    The Great fire of Toronto (1904) was great fire that destroyed a large section of Downtown Toronto with damage estimated around $10 million. In total, over 250 firefighters helped fight the fire and used between 9.5 and 11 million litres of water. There were five injuries, including Fire Chief John Thompson who broke his leg in a fall. Fortunately, no lives were lost but the fire, which lasted for about 9 hours. This disaster will be remembered as a significant moment in Toronto history.…

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    didn’t approve of. Moving Roosevelt “upstairs”, to vice presidency under McKinley, seemed to be the only way to bring a stop to his reforms. McKinley, was assassinated in 1901 making Theodore Roosevelt president of the United States. In 1904 Roosevelt could taste the excitement of getting voted into presidency by his own rights vs. getting sworn in due to the death of his predecessor. Teddy won of course, by a landslide, however, he vowed to not run for office in 1908.Once the United States…

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    School fee’s had been quadrupled by Alexander II , so many people could only manage a basic elementary education. Whilst the nobles continued to send their children into further and higher education. An educated peasantry would represent a threat to Alexander III’s position thus the system was maintained in this fashion. An example of the autocracy exerting it’s power over the populace was ‘Bloody Sunday’, January 1904 in which 96 protesters were shot whilst protesting over the Russian/Japanese…

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    Emmy Noether

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    Emmy Noether, a German mathematician, gained he popularity and respect through being one of the most creative in Algebraist in Modern times. Emmy Noether was born March 23, 1882 in Erlangen, Germany. She was the daughter of the mathematician, Max Noether. Emmy Noether was a certified English and French teacher in 1900. She chose to study mathematics at the University of Erlangen, but women were only allowed to audit the class with the permission of the instructor. During the winter of…

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    Then two collections of short fiction titled Bayou Folk and A Night in Acadie were published in 1894 and 1897, respectively. It was also during 1894 that the chilling short story The Story of an Hour was published in VOGUE. Then in 1899 what most consider her greatest work was published, titled The Awakening. However, after The Awakening was published Chopin’s career came to a slow stop. Towards the end of her career as a writer, the public lost interest because her style did not change with the…

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