Borderline intellectual functioning

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  • Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate Smart Kids

    A Great Dislike for Intellectuals “[I]ntellectuals constantly see their efforts trivialized in the rush to lavish compliments elsewhere,” (759). This is a statement from Grant Penrod’s article, Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids, that creates a strong inquiry as to why the problem occurs. His article presents an in-depth exploration of the reasons. Penrod starts off the article by stating that an Arizona high school football team was praised for their championship, but that the…

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  • Business Case Study: Clevertech Inc.

    noted also that CleverTech Inc. did not take the precautions of claiming superimposing intellectual property over their designs. Being that CleverTech’s…

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  • Copyright In Today's Business Research Paper

    together are called intellectual property (IP); because they have a great relate to creations of the mind such as inventions, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, images, and designs (World Intellectual Property Organization, n. d). IP usually interrelates to creation without specific physical forms. The design, operating system name and log of iPod and are all elements of Intellectual Property while the right of Apple to IPod is called copyright ("What is Intellectual Property?",…

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  • The Three Forms Of Intellectual Property

    Definition: The Oxford English Dictionary defines Intellectual Property as “chiefly Law property (such as patents, trademarks, and copyright material) which is the product of invention or creativity, and does not exist in a tangible, physical form” (OED, 3rd Ed. 2010). Summary: We know that the economy is constantly changing with new business ventures, young entrepreneurs and an ever evolving world of technology at our fingertips. With this constant form of creative motion; individuals must…

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  • Culture Of Piracy

    engages in online piracy, and why they choose to do so. Steal This Film paints an image of a new generation of pirates. Through the interviews, they make it seem as if piracy is an issue created by a brave new generation that does not believe in intellectual property protection. Moreover, some of the interviewees argue that we pirate simply because it is in our nature to do so. They argue that online piracy is simply a result of a new generation getting back in touch with who we are as humans.…

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  • Copyright Law In The 1800s

    According to the dictionary, copyright refers to the exclusive rights that protect the works of authors, artists, and composers from being reproduced, performed, or distributed by others without permission. The artist or the owner of the copyright has the right to reproduce their protected work as well as to replicate copies and sell them, exhibit their work to the public, etc. Copyright’s main focus is to protect how the author has expressed his or her concept or idea; it does not protect the…

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  • Giftedness Case Study

    In New Zealand the Education Act 1989 states everyone has the same right to education in a state school whether or not they have special educational needs (New Zealand, 2016). This inclusion leads to classrooms with diverse students varying culturally, intellectually, physically, socio-economically and linguistically (Alton-Lee, 2003). This essay will examine giftedness, one area of diversity that is found in all schools, and provide assessment and teaching strategies to help support students…

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  • The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Person Analysis

    Albert Einstein, a respected Nobel Prize winner and scientist who had a great impact on the science community through his research that created answers to the mysteries of the physical world such as the general theory of relativity. He was an intelligent individual, obtaining many honors and titles in the science community. Einstein truly represents something that many of us long for, success. As a society, we often praise him and others who seemed to have been gifted with the desirable gift of…

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  • Indian Copyright Amendments

    independent Indian Copyright Act is complaint with most international conventions and treaties in the field of copyright. India is a member of the Berne Convention, the Universal Copyright Act (UCC), 1952 and the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) of 1995. Though India is not a member of the Rome Convention, the Copyright Act, 1957 is fully compliant with this convention. To cope with the challenges posed by the development of new technologies like…

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  • Louis Vuitton

    Louis Vuitton: European V. American Fashion IP Rights This analysis intends to explain and compare, in a summary the way the intellectual property protection of high fashion brands and their creations in America and Europe and in particular, the protection that Louis Vuitton and its bags receive in both continents. The protection of fashion design and in particular, high fashion design has evolved in the last few decades; however, this evolution has not been homogeneously in all countries,…

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