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    Self Control Theory

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    In 1990 a theory by Michael Gottfredson and Travis Hirschi called The General Theory of Crime, or as some refer to it as Self-Control theory was created. This theory was based on the latent trait theories created by James Q. Wilson and Richard Hernsteins concepts (Wofsey, 2015, p. 140). Lack of Self-Control and impulsiveness are the two significant characteristics with the General Theory (Wofsey 2015). Those types of personality characteristics describe that they are more physical, act on…

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    Case Conceptualization 1 MRI Case Conceptualization Advanced Systemic Theories Mary and Jason have been divorced for three years and Mary is remarried. Jason and Mary have a child together and have decided to initiate post-relationship couple counseling to address their continued conflict and the parenting of their son. Both report their relationship began like many others with genuine love and concern but was rocky for the years following. Their arguments typically involved Mary complaining…

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    Hirschi's Control Theory

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    they learn why, they can potentially stop crime. This research has led to the development of many theories that each attempt to explain why crime is committed, including Hirschi’s…

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    The Social Control Theory

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    study of the Social Control Theory, Josine Junger-Tas was able to use a sample of 75,000 to gain a better understanding. After much research, Josine was able to develop a more defined meaning of the concepts in Travis’s Hirschi’s theory. Such as the concept of attachment being only to significant others, commitment to the conventional subsystems, involvement in conventional activities and beliefs in the conventional norms (Junger-Tas 10). She developed a consensus of Hirschi’s theory after her…

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    Vibration Analysis of a Centrifugal Pump A.Naveen Varma1, K. Bala Bhaskar1, B. Sai Kumar1, G.Giridhar1, Vamsi Raja2, P.Phani Prasanthi3 1Research Scholars 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.V.S.I.T. Kanuru (A.P), India-520007 2Associate Manager, Kirloskar Brothers Limited, Pune, India. 3Assistant Professor 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.V.S.I.T. Kanuru (A.P), India-520007. ABSTRACT: Centrifugal pumps are among the more versatile and widely used products of rotating mechanical…

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    Theory Of Span Of Control

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    Span of control is defined as the number of people that directly report to a manager (Organizational Size and Span of Control). Using the principle of span of control proposed by Gulick (1937), Urwick (1956), and Meier and Bohte (2000) developed the theory of span of control. (Span of Control and Public Organization) This theory states that there is a specific number where span of control reaches its maximum capacity to be effective, and if you add more to this, then that adds no…

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    Social Control Theory

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    specific theories that have been found related in the relationship of dating violence. The first and main theory would be Banduras Social Learning Theory. This theory is used to explain the learned behavior of violence experienced in families, creating the infamous cycle of violence. This theory suggests that children learn through direct behavioral…

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    Gate Control Theory

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    by the brain) is not entirely dependent on physical injury (physical injury is defined as damage to the body). This essay will consider information relating to phantom pain, battlefield injuries and referred pain as well as discussing the gate pain theory put forward by Melzack and wells. The human body has two separate pain pathways, one of which is involved in pain perception while the other is not. The first pain pathway which is not involved in pain perception is known as the spinal reflex…

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    Galooli Case Study

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    units, with the former designed for vehicles and the latter designed for generators and telecom sites. With the hardware installed, information of the asset (e.g. engine diagnostics) is transmitted over to Galooli’s patented software – the ZON™ Control. An example of the solution structure can be seen in Fig D. Through a unique algorithm, the data is processed and presented in real-time through clear charts, graphs and numbers for the user. This enables the user to monitor his/her assets…

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    phase to ground fault Control method Voltage at sensitive load in pu (uncompensated) Voltage at sensitive load in pu (compensated) Phase A Phase B Phase C…

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