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  • Absolutism In Spain Essay

    During the 1930s, Spain was deeply divided into 2 groups. The left wing republicans and the right wing nationalists. The republicans consisted of the workers, the trade unions, the socialists and the peasants whilst the nationalists consisted of monarchists, landowners, employers, and the Roman catholic church. In 1929, the military dictatorship that governed Spain collapsed and in 1931 the king abdicated after the Second republic came to power. The creation of a coalition government of the left…

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  • Understanding Asperger's Syndrome

    disability, but that’s not always the case. There're disabilities that you can’t see with the naked eye and Asperger’s syndrome is one of them. Asperger’s syndrome as defined by Autism Speaks Canada is “an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) considered to be on the “high functioning” end of the spectrum” (Asperger’s Syndrome, n.d.). The book Look Me in the eyes by John Elder Robison details John’s life as he grows up with an undiagnosed disability until the age of forty when he learns he has…

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  • Strangers In Their Own Land Analysis

    Lily Allen, a British pop artist, is well-known for her unique style that takes light and fun beats and puts them behind intense and socially relevant topics. In this essay, I will dive into an assessment of her 2009 hit “Fuck You” and the commentary it makes on intolerance of homosexuality and a continued adherence to outdated beliefs. Though the song reached its peak popularity in 2009, and was inspired by the American politics in the few years prior to its release, its relevance extends into…

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  • What Is The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night

    the train station is. He proceeds to asking a lady on the street for a map on how to get there. She then starts to laugh at him and tells him he does not need a map to get there (Haddon, 2003, p. 138). For people who do not understand the autism spectrum, their initial reaction is to laugh in uncomfortable situations or when they are confused. When Christopher finally arrives in London and is waiting for the tube, he finds his rat, Toby, on the tracks and he goes to pick him up. A man panics and…

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  • Social And Political Worldviews: A Critical Analysis

    The critical analysis examines my personal positions on social and political worldviews in society today. Socially, my views are moderate and politically my views are democratic. Today in society, especially with the presidential candidates in the election this year, it is very easy for me to realize that I have to compromise some of my worldviews in order to respect most of my social and political viewpoints. Throughout time and circumstance my worldview can bend, but overall these are the…

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  • Reflection Of Student Writing Project 3

    board as an aid to give a general idea of what I have been researching. Doing this will help me explain most of the project myself and I won’t have to rely on the board for the presentation of the project. For Project 3, I focused my topic on Autism Spectrum Disorder. I aimed to explain what autism is and the effects it has on people diagnosed with it and their family. To make the project more interesting I added the parts of my research that explain how autism effects intelligence. During…

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  • Personal Narrative: Couple's Demographics

    While raising, children is a difficult time consuming task, raising twins is even greater. Especially, when both twins have significant challenges. Rylie, their daughter, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder over two years ago and her brother, Jayden, suffers from severe anxiety and OCD. This adds a tremendous amount of stress to the household and their relationship. The couple juggles bringing the kids to therapy, doctors’ appointments, and…

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  • Visible Light Communication Essay

    an emerging technology, which provides distinct facilities such as fast data communication, secure data communication, high data rate wireless communication, etc. Instead of radio frequency, VLC uses light, to transfer data. The visible light spectrum is unlicensed and 10,000 times larger than the range of radio frequencies. It can be used as an alternate to the existing radio based wireless communication technologies or in hybrid. Moreover, Integrated VLC resolves issue of load…

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  • The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night

    significantly impact how individuals interact with one another and how different things are interpreted. In the novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Mark Haddon’s protagonist, Christopher Boone, a 15-year-old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a developmental disorder characterized by difficulties in social interaction and communication and by restricted or repetitive patterns of thought and behaviour (Google.com.au, 2018), is used to demonstrate how people with this…

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  • The Importance Of Photometry In The Laser Interferometer

    1 Introduction Interferometry is a measurement technique which utilizes the interference of waves in a medium to cre-ate interference patterns [5]. In general, the waves can be light, sound or radio waves. The interference pattern is detected by a photodetector and it provides some useful information about the properties of the object or phenomenon under test. Interferometers are used to make very small measurements that cannot be achieved with any other method. An important…

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