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    The Dark Side of Our Digital Footprints Cyber bullying is a phenomenon that has spiked enormously in recent years. Cyber bullying is present in nearly every school and every student’s life. According to a poll taken in 2013, 7 in every 10 young people are victims of cyber bullying (par. 2). Logos, pathos, and ethos are used in this article by engaging the reader in the subject. Logos is used when principal Sheninger explains what he has seen firsthand at his high school. Pathos is used when mentioning several real-world examples of cyber bullying and the effects it can have on people. Finally, ethos is used when principal Sheninger builds his credibility by explaining his experience in teaching Internet etiquette to his students. Logos, pathos, and ethos are used in this interview by connecting to the reader in various aspects and persuading the audience to be cautious and aware of their digital footprint.…

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    growth of social media, and digital technology use over the past decade, has created a new avenue for employers to monitor and investigate their employees and potential employees. (Broughton, Higgins, Hicks & Cox, 2009) The Online Oxford Dictionary (2016) defines social media as “Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking.” This paper will explore the impact of this kind of networking on employment and the effects of an…

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    means there could be other potential evidence that he/she has left at the crime scene which means you may find other evidence which would help you locate them. This suspect is determined to be a disorganized offender which means they act spontaneously, irrationally without thought and with extreme violence (Hutchinson, 2012, p. 1). Crime Reconstruction: The evidence that would be helpful in this double murder is as followed: • The bloody shoe impressions/shoe impressions- this would help to…

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    approach to life offers people affordable housing, the ability to become debt-free or minimize their living expenses, and the opportunity to leave a smaller ecological foot print on the Earth. Adopting the “LwL” philosophy will allow everyone to do their part to help maintain resources, be less wasteful, and ensure there is still enough for generations to come. Americans collectively have had the same argument since the 1960’s. Pollution of the Earth, consumption of resources faster than they…

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    Case Study: Emilio Moran

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    Emilio Moran claims that human behavior must be changed in order to improve the condition of our habitat, Earth (Moran 2006: 2). If I needed to build a house, I would adhere to Moran’s beliefs to make my dwelling as energy efficient as possible. This would keep not only the ecosystem plant life and animal life around me sufficient, but also allow me to do my part in keeping my carbon footprint clean. Section 1. Landscape, size, and surrounding settlement of the habitat My new house will be…

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    Uncommon Ground Analysis

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    slaves’” (Savoy, 91). Savoy goes on to examine this incomplete history and the motives of the neglecting institutions. For her, the neglected burial ground and avoidance of “slavery” are vestigial traces of the past upon South Carolina’s land and social tendencies. Savoy’s discussion of cultural erasure is sound as she presents an abundance of supporting historic and anecdotal evidence. Savoy successfully melds her assessment of cultural erasure into an anthropocentric ecological conception of…

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    Social media is the largest base of knowledge we are exposed to—and from sites like IFL Science to NBC News everyone is saying that an environmental meltdown is inevitable and that the effects are irreversible. However, there are multitudes of actions that can be done to help save ourselves and the environment; but these actions have to happen very soon. There is an on-going study called the Ecological Footprint (EF), and it can assess the quantity of land and water that a single human or human…

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    Mgm Case Study Hrm

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    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) honored them for their efforts in food recovery MGM was given two food recovery challenges awards for reducing food waste and, and conserving natural resources. MGM’s “zero waste leadership program goal was to turn food scraps into compost in an effort to reduce the effects of climate change. MGM was the only company in Nevada to receive this award and this recognition. in 2013 alone MGM turned 25,000 tons of food into compost. MGM has also made a serious…

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    Personal Footprint

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    First: briefly explain what these footprint measures represent. You will need to look around each of the websites and figure out what these calculators are actually doing. When it comes to the different footprint measures, each of the approaches the calculations in similar, but also slightly different ways. The Footprint Network, calculates the human pressure we have on the earth, or the supply and demand of productive area we require to continue living out lives. The World Wildlife…

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    believe it is up to us, our companies and our respective governments to set in motion plans to reduce our environmental impact. I feel that greed is playing a large part in us not doing enough. Although you would be mistaken if you thought greed was the only obstacle for change. As of this moment our population is estimated to be 7 billion in which most of us eat animal meat on a daily basis. The economic footprint of raising all these animals for consumption is enormous. We must use feed…

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