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    placed in. These groups are categorized by race, wealth and religion but the most important classification is gender. Gender binaries and classifications are what determines the limitations that are placed upon a person. Gender binaries force people to conform to one category when it comes to sex and sexuality or even basic characteristic traits. Gender roles and binaries limit women to the archetypes of the caring mother and the damsel in distress. These archetypes create boundaries for a women’s success in society and allows the the society to stereotype all women to one role. In a patriarchal society dominated…

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    Introduction The Morse Fall Risk Assessment is used to identify risk factors for falls. It is most important to identify and plan care for risk factors, but the total score may also be used to predict future falls. This tool takes less than three minutes to complete and is administered by a registered nurse. It is combined with a clinical assessment and review of medications to assess the patient’s risk for falls. The tool should be administered at least once a day and also if there is a change…

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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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    These movements tease apart the human/nonhuman binary through their use of transhuman figures. This approach fully materializes later in 20th century Postmodern and Posthumanist thinking, with the likes of theorists Michel Foucault and Judith Butler, and biologist Julian Huxley, who coined the term “transhumanism” in his essay of the same name. Just as Postmodernist thinking argues for the necessity of deconstructing categories and the ways of thinking built upon them, Futurism and Vorticism’s…

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    positrons, photons and a small amount of baryons, traveling nearly at the speed-of-light (Taboada, 2011). The energy is released so intensely and instantaneously that in just the first few seconds of the burst, the amount of energy released is equal to what would take the Sun nearly ten-billion years to produce. There is no other process in the universe able to produce this much energy (Bhat, 2011). Additionally, if a GRB was able to distribute itself in all directions equally, such as the…

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    Attribute selection is the process of identifying and removing as much of the irrelevant and redundant information as possible from a dataset. If the data dimensions are reduced, we will be able to improve the performance of the applied classification algorithms. They will function faster, more efficiently and will be with an improved classification accuracy. As an addition we can also execute data visualization, and increase the insight of the potential classification model [] . There are many…

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    While I was growing up, I didn’t think the issue of women’s rights will ever affect me. My mom always talked about how much women are treated unequally. But at the age of fifth-teen, I finally realized how much I really do need women’s rights in my life. Not only did I feel it personally, but watching it happen all around me. “I raise up my voice-not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard…we cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” This quote by Malala Yousafzai…

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    The novel, Animal Farm, was written by George Orwell, this story takes place on a farm where the animals revolt against the humans, developing their own political theory and society. From the start, we learn of a theory composed by Old Major known as Animalism, a theory which has close ties to that of Communism. Following his death, Snowball rules over the farm, but is overthrown by Napoleon. In time both leaders ignore the equality Animalism meant and conditions worsen. The story has a very…

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    Given that inequality can be measured on different scales- not only across but also within countries- what are the implications for how we define and measure development? Answer using both theory and examples The 20th and 21st Century has seen remarkable developments in geography, perhaps most notably around development. As with many topics within the subject, development involves a myriad of complexities and its definition varies temporally and spatially (Willis, 2014). As Fraser (2010) notes,…

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    America the split nation Money has become everything to us in recent years. Our happiness no longer matters nor does our content. Everything is about how much we earn. Then there is the dispute of income inequality between males and females: who makes more, and who deserves to make more. The answer is simple; whoever does the best at their job deserves to be paid more. However some people have more opportunities than others. This dispute has divided us into groups of several different…

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