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    Question #2: What is an internal classification system and what function does it play in a prison? An internal classification system is instruments used to assign inmates to housing or program after they are placed in a particular prison. This does not apply to all inmates because some have medical conditions and sometimes there is not enough availability in that housing location. Herbert Quay came up with the internal classification system used in most prisons in the Adult Internal Management System (AIMS). This system analysis life history records and a correctional adjustment checklist of each person who enters the jail system. It identifies everything from an inmate that might be violent and aggressive to jobs they previously were assigned…

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    were used to identify and classify soils for engineering applications. The data were tabulated using Unified Soil Classification System (USCS) method, which is non-laboratory test and 2 classification of soils based on laboratory test. The two laboratory test classify soil methods are Classification of soil based on particular size distribution and Classify soil based on Atterberg Limits. The soil samples from sites known as bore hole and called BH1, BH2, and BH3. I.b. Problem Description…

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    it is officially owned by the person/group that recorded it (registering it at a copyright office isn’t mandatory, but is recommended). This places it under their ownership for the life length of the artist plus another 70 years. Pirating is also another legal issue that is present, more people than ever are using these illegal means to download music which is rightfully owned by Spinnin’ Records, however to combat this the label have implemented new copyright guidelines meaning that anyone…

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    Pluto Classification

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    seem to be broad and different, I believe they have an important similarity, and that is classification. As humans, we have the tendency to classify everything around us, from the universe we live in to the society where we reside and the culture we practice. However, the way we classify knowledge can differ from person to person. In this universe, humans have the need to classify new knowledge in…

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    Sociopaths are characterized by their aggression, risk-taking tendencies, and their lack of concern for one’s own health or the health of others. In addition, sociopaths do not feel remorse and are able to get away with much more immoral behavior than someone without this mental illness. Not all Sociopaths fall under the classification of a serial killer or serious criminals. In fact, many sociopaths are able to control their desire to carry out the violent acts drawn up in their emotionless…

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    ALS Classification

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    The first category, Sporadic ALS, is the most common form of ALS in the United States, and ninety to ninety five of all cases in the United States fall under this classification (The ALS Association 2014).This type is also known as Classical ALS. This type is characterized by a combination of UMN and LMN problems and occurs in about two thirds of people that develop this disease. People who develop Sporadic ALS did not develop it through inheritance. The second classification of ALS is known as…

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    Classification Of Gamblers

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    assignment to write a research paper on a social group. I choose gamblers. I had to analyze this group of people and give common characteristics, define and describe their personality, mainly, why they do what they do? Gamblers share many of the same characteristics such as their social class, their age, and what drives them. However, gamblers behavior is a result from social, psychological and biological concepts that define them and socially classify them as “gamblers” For starters, their…

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    Everyone wants to be healthy, whether one were to attain this goal by dieting or high intensity cardio there are always the select few that delve into the unforgiving world of weightlifting. Within weightlifting there are four main types of gym junkies,the meatheads,the crossfitters, and the fitness models. Each classification of lift is done by intensity of the exercises and diets. The meathead also known as bodybuilders are understandably categorized as a lifters that typically focuses on…

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    Description and Classification “What is schizophrenia? The America Psychiatric Association defines schizophrenia in its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV(DSM-IV) as a disorder with active symptoms for at least 1 month, consisting of delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, grossly disorganized/bizarre behavior, and/or a lack of organized speech, activity, or emotions. Usually at least two of these sets of symptoms are present. The illness, with a prodromal stage…

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    Bumblebees Classification

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    The bumblebee is an insect belonging to the Apidae family, a subcategory branching out from the Anthophila clade. The bumblebee belongs specifically to what is identified as the Bombini tribe of bees, this tribe consists of large apid bees that commonly feed on pollen or nectar. The Bumblebee belongs specifically to the Bombus genus classification. Bumblebees require an ambient amount of flowing plants in their habitat. Flowers play a prominent role in a prosperous bumblebee habitat, this is…

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