Abbas Kiarostami

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  • Importance Of Note Taking In Criminal Investigation

    A well investigated and thoroughly documented case will result in a successful conviction in court. An investigator is usually called to respond to a crime scene and his field notes and report are important in the prosecution of a case. The investigator has to be well organized and be able to bring the crime scene together so that he/she can create a “big picture” (Lyman, p.32). Every investigator has to develop their own note taking system. A good note taking system can help the investigator but he/she must be careful to not use shorthand because it would be difficult for others to understand. The investigator has to make sure that his/her notes are clear and documented properly. The note taking process begins as soon as the investigator is called to respond to a scene of a crime. The investigator should document the date and time he/she was called and also the name of the person who placed the phone call. At this point, the investigator has to decide if he/she is going to need the assistance of other investigators. The investigator has to take control of the case and delegate what he wants everyone involved to do. A crime can sometimes involve numerous crime scenes and numerous victims. The investigator has to make sure that someone responds to each scene. Also, the investigator needs someone to make contact with the victims that might have been transported to the hospital. The investigator needs to do this in order to make sure that his/her…

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  • Team Experience Research Paper

    Team Experience Working with others has not been difficult for me. Two reasons I believe this occurs are I always challenge myself to do great work and I am also patient with other people. Unfortunately, these are two traits I suspect contributed to a challenging team experience, from which I was able to learn a lesson. I believe these are quality traits, essential for me to be able to do any good group work with other people. As such, I will need to continue to employ them, but in a…

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  • Chapter 17 Discusses Something Known As An Informational Report?

    Chapter 17. Writing Informational Reports 1. Chapter 17 discusses something known as an informational report. An informational report “informs or instructs and presents details of events, activities, individuals, or conditions without analysis” (“Report,” n.d.) as the University of Minnesota notes in an online module. The common goals of these reports is to explain why or how something in particular happens, as the textbook notes. Taking many forms, informational reports are a large part of…

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  • Ben Ross The Wave Analysis

    The Wave is all about types, and Robert Billings is no exception; he's the school loser, to use the novel's rather cruel terminology. Other students in the school are afraid to ruin their own image by hanging out with the “class creep”. Ben Ross thinks that part of his problem is living in the shadow of his ultra-popular brother, who used to attend Gordon High School. When the Wave finally comes along, Robert seizes the opportunity to make a change, but things get even worse. Although some might…

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  • Waking Up In Middle School

    Waking up early in the morning, and then coming to absolute torture! School It’s just hard, and boring! But currently I’m in maths, why does it have to be so hard and boring? Why does Mr. Holland have to give us a test every week? When will we even need to know algebra? Can’t he just stop giving lectures and move on, like hey, we are in 7th grade not college! We are in middle school not COLLEGE! He makes me want to fall asleep… “Hey Alex, wake up it’s time for lunch!” Louis says, he’s the boy…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Thank You Letter

    Dear Keenan, It’s me, Tristan. I’ve wanted to reply to your thanks and the advice you shared with me, some of that has really stuck with me and will for the rest of my life.I wanted to say thank you for the thank you, but not only the thank you but for everything. You were always there for me and some of the conversations we shared my junior and senior year were some of the most important in my high school career, and I wish I had met you sooner as I probably would’ve figured much more of it…

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  • Bastille Bad Blood Analysis

    The studio album Bad Blood is an album created by the indie rock band Bastille (Bast(triangle)lle). Their studio album Bad Blood dwells on the things that we love, and how they are sometimes lost. It also show the sadness, sorrow, and overall feeling of loss. The indie rock songs in the album include "Pompeii", "Things We Lost in the Fire", "Bad Blood", and much more. They will be sure to leave strong impressions of emotion and feeling on listeners of all ages. The current members in the band…

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  • Where Is The Friend's Home Analysis

    Abbas Kiarostami was an Iranian filmmaker whose films are so uniquely his they are in a genre of their own. Smart and profound films that offer many polysemic viewpoints and are full of ambiguity. Throughout his career there have been many different techniques, styles, and changes Kiarostami has tested and implemented. His movies all have a certain distinctive quality to them, but starting with his 1987 film “Where Is the Friend's Home?”, he settled into a style that is now uniquely his own.…

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