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    What type of democracy will maintain the peace? For the past 50 years, we have been fighting to attain the island of Luucane. The fight is now finally over and our building phase has begun. I have constructed a type of government that will enable the people of Luucane to live together in harmony. Our island will follow a system of democracy. To begin, democracy can be defined as a system of government that is run by the people. The people would cast their votes on whom they believe is worthy to…

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    Robert M. Emerson categorized responses to conflict between college roommates in his article Responding to Roommate Troubles: Reconsidering Informal Dyadic Control. Emerson organized each response by placing it into one of three separate groups: managerial responses, dyadic complaints, and distancing and punitive responses. In addition to defining each response type, he also provided real life examples of each. The conditions in which each response would normally be utilized and the…

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    Direct effect is a principle enabling individuals to rely on European provisions before a national or European court. This principle was broadened and defined over time through cases brought before, and rulings of, the European Court of Justice. To understand how direct effect evolved and to what extent it protects individual rights, we must look at those cases and rulings in a chronological matter. I will firstly examine direct effect’s scope of application over time, and then turn my attention…

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    Dipole-dipole array has wide using in resistivity/I.P. surveys because of the low E.M. coupling between the current and potential circuits. The arrangement of the electrodes is shown in Figure( )., Electrodes c1 and c2 are separated by a distance (a), and electrodes p1 and p2 are separated by a distance (b). the distance between the potential electrodes pair c1-c2 is the same as the distance between the potential electrodes pair P1-P2 and the distance between the centers of the respective…

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    speed of induction motors in industrial and engineering applications. Efficient control strategies are used for reducing operation cost too.This paper presents a direct flux and torque control of three phase induction motor drive using PI and Fuzzy logic controller. The Direct Flux and Torque Control (DTC) is one of the most excellent direct control strategies of stator flux and torque ripple of Induction Motor Drive(IMD). The conventional method of DTC uses PI controller for speed regulation…

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    When persuading someone or a large group the persuader will use three basic methods: ethos, pathos, logos. In Dr. King’s letter, “Letter from Birmingham Jail” he used all three methods to persuade his fellow clergymen and the white moderate. The three basic foundations of persuasion: ethos, pathos, and logos are also known as credibility, emotion, and logic; however, only one method stood out from the others and goaded Dr. King’s agenda/objective to his audience. The method ethos for credible…

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    CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION TO ZVT 1.1 What is ZVT? Zero voltage switching can best be defined as conventional square wave power conversion during the switch’s on-time with “resonant” switching transitions. For the most part, it can be considered as square wave power utilizing a constant off-time control which varies the conversion frequency, or on-time to maintain regulation of the output voltage. For a given unit of time, this method is similar to fixed frequency conversion which uses an adjustable…

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    Positive relationships with children and young people are important in many different ways. When a positive relationship is built with you, the practitioner, the child begins to trust you. When the child has a good relationship with the practitioner, it will boost the child’s self-esteem and self confidence. The children can make positive relationships with any practitioner, however you tend to find the child will make a bond with its key person. In my room (the baby unit) before the child…

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    and Representative Democracy: Responsivness, accountability and deliberation by Maija Setälä and Theo Schiller analyses how referendums affect representative democracies and their institutions. The book is broken into the three parts: referendums and models of democracy, the demand for referendums: strategies and ideologies, and referendum campaigns and voter behavior. The book attempts to take a nonbiased approach to analyzing the role of referendums in representative democracy and important…

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    1. B.C.: This mean before Christ and relates to democracy because it was formed in 508 B.C. 2. B.C.E.: This means before common era and it relates to democracy because in Athens during B.C.E, they had a system of democracy running where everyone citizen was able to vote and that is how we got direct democracy. 3. C.E.: This means Common Era and it relates to democracy because Europe heard and began to follow democracy during 150 CE. 4. A.D.: This means in the year of the lord. 5. Hammurabi:…

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