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    The city of Vienna in the play Measure for Measure written by Shakespeare is a fictional city ruled by the Duke, who has very few restraints and shows alot of mercy to his people. Compared to Angelo how shows little to know mercy when he was left in charge of the city. The Duke and Angelo show two very different characters who differ in their own look. Isabella is also effected by both mercy and liberty because of who she is and the choices she is given to save her brother. The Duke can be described as a king and friendly person who lets the people be free to do what they want to, while Angelo can be described as a cruel and strict person who makes the people feel restricted. The Duke in Measure for Measure shows a lot of liberty to the people by allowing them to do the things that would be considered wrong such as having brothels open to the people although he does say that it was a mistake and that it is his fault because of the way the people of his city behave “’twas my fault to give the people scope” (Act 1 scene 3). The Duke is described by Escalus as a gentleman (Act 3 Scene 2). This shows that The Duke is seen as someone who has a lot of respect by those around him. However although the Duke is seen highly of by those around him it can be argued that he also shows…

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    In the area of topology, Lebesgue is known for his covering theorem which is used for finding the dimensions of a set. He is also credited for his work on the Fourier series. He was able to demonstrate that using term by term integration of a series that were Lebesgue integrable functions was always valid and therefore, gave validation to Fourier’s proof of his series. What is now considered to be one of Lebesgue’s greatest contribution was his work with the Riemann integral. Before his work,…

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    Psychologist Mary Ainworth developed a theory on the importance of the varying types of attachment between caregiver and child through experimental research in 1969. Ainworth created an assessment technique known as the Strange Situation Classification or SSC. The Strange Situation Classification was tested on infants, (mostly one to two year olds) and it demonstrated the responses of infants when separated from their mothers. The experiment was held in a room with a mother, baby and a complete…

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    Have you ever felt down when an infant declines you or when he/she does not want to make eye contact with you? Well there is a reason for why the child acts differently. As many of us know, many infants have different type of attachment style. By different attachment style, I mean how one infant will be playful with a stranger alone or with its caregiver and stranger together and the other infant will not be playful. He/she will not try to make eye contact with the stranger or if the caregiver…

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    individual differences as attachment styles. Personal Patterns of Attachment According to the survey I took on personal patterns of attachment, my results represented my personal patterns of attachment are fearful-avoidant. Generally, people who are fearfully avoidant in their relationships are uncomfortable and may depend on others depending on serving as an attachment figure. Moreover, they worry that others may not be there emotionally when…

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    through observation. In the questionnaire, the mother described her child as curious and adaptable. Temperament can be described as an infant’s behavioral style which includes reactivity, and sense of self. For example, attachment plays a crucial role in an individual’s temperament; a baby with secure attachment is likely to develop high self-esteem (Davies, 2011). Developmental theorists, Thomas, Chess, and Birch (1970), describe multiple components of temperament which were assessed throughout…

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    They define what anxious attachment is and how one develops such an attachment style based on Mary Ainsworth’s work. Some factors these articles discussed were support partners needed when having this attachment style as well as dependence, need fulfillment and relationship dissatisfaction. Methods used in these studies included the use of participants who were currently in a relationship. The procedure of the studies made use of surveys, questionnaires such as the Likert scale, and if…

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    As everyone was thrust to the side of the compartment, the wood began to splinter, causing a apprehensive uproar. “Surely it’s going to give way,” one voice said, waveringly. “Who cares… we’re all going to die anyways,” another retorted direly. Many doleful comments followed, but Elise couldn’t bear it anymore. Shoving her way to the spot closest to the splintering plank of wood, Elise took a shaky breath. Normally she was a very rational person, but as they say: desperate times call for…

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    What Or Who Is A Foreman?

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    5.A. Tapes- Tape measure explained! Every construction worker has used a tape measure, although if a tape measure 's purpose is not outlined it can prove to be difficult to achieve the correct results. 1. The measuring tape blade is composed of steel or fibreglass, with each material type having positives and negatives. -Steel tapes are better at enduring stress and have a longer usage life. Fiberglass tapes are less expensive and do not rust. When working around electrical hazards,…

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    Ifemelu had own perspective towards things and independently made her own decisions. “You looked like the kind of person who will do something because you want to, and not because everyone else is doing it,” (Chapter four, page 61). Ifemelu and Obinze became distance towards each other when Ifemelu moved to the United States and brakes off contact with him. When Obinze contacted her while she was in the United States, she ignored him because she was depressed. She became depressed after she was…

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