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  • Prediction Stories In Polish Families

    Amidst the constant evolution of human culture, the presence of stories has remained a consistent and integral part of both society and its folk groups. Often passed verbally through the generations, stories act as an indication of the beliefs and concerns of the people, reinforcing their position and role in their communities. I investigated the transmission and belief of prediction stories in Polish families, where they are called przepowiednie. In this essay, I will discuss whether knowledge of these stories was affected by age, gender, or place of origin. Since women show a prevalence of predictive games, such as MASH, in early adolescence and childhood, I predicted that more stories would be known and believed by women. Furthermore, since I have never heard of any przepowiednie in Canada, I also predicted that individuals born in Poland would know and believe in the stories more than their Canadian counterparts, especially people born in villages versus cities. Villages tend to hold onto older customs, whether folktales or the layout of a house, more strongly than people in cities. I did not think that many stories would be told in Canada. Individuals who were 30 and older were more likely to have been born in Poland and raised with the stories, and so I hypothesized that they would believe in them more than younger people. Prediction stories are found worldwide, and their prevalence in the Polish culture signifies the peoples need for expression. As with all folk…

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  • Future Construction Scenarios, Strategic Planning, Scenario Thinking And Planning

    From the earliest times, there has been an interest to know what the future might bring. Anticipating the future is considered as a useful way to align and improve current strategies and this interest has been reflected in future studies, strategic planning, scenario thinking and planning, foresight, and futurology. There are many examples for previous foresight research at the industry level. Harty et al. (2007) provided a good review of thirteen future studies focusing on the construction…

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  • Forecasting Gdp Analysis

    Forecasting GDP Now that we know the timely indicators to help us predict the GDP. We can look into forecasting the GDP and how it is done using the BMC. If we go back to the WEC and take a look at the relevance of each indicator. Here we can see that indicators like PMI which we discussed are highly recommended for investors to look at. Along with the survey column to see what analyst have forecasted for this specific indicator. If we take a look at PMI for example we can right click on the…

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  • Star Alliance Case Study

    Background Star Alliance has approximately 250,000 questionnaires that have been collected from Alliance carriers. To put the value of this data in perspective, many life-saving drugs on sale today with a value in the billions of dollars, have been analyzed with less than 1/10th or less of data that Star Alliance has available. Although many predictive analysis and modeling techniques have been available for decades, the time and resources to internally plot all of the potential relationships…

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  • The Talk Funny Girl Analysis

    I am reading _The Talk-Funny Girl__ by _(author) Roland Merullo and I am on page Roland Merullo ___. So far this book is about a girl who is living with her parents who are sadistic. The church she goes to is actually somewhat of a colt. The pastor is a sadist and somehow gets the church parents to believe in his lie . In this journal I will be Predicting and Evaluating Name of Strategy - Evaluation G – I will be evaluating Margie Y – Kept to herself R – She is scared to tell anyone what…

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  • The Theme Of Racism In America

    I found this quote interesting as it plants the seed that whites don’t view Indians as their equals in this plot. This is the first time that Junior acknowledges that there is still a race issue. Presenting the idea that racism is even a problem in modern times. Personally, I think the dentist is not very intelligent. As he could get into a great deal of trouble if the authorities found out about his highly misinformed views. I predict that racism will be a big factor in this plot. This…

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  • Michio Kaku: How Technology's Impact On The Future

    This is a lecture given by Michio Kaku, one of the world 's most celebrated and infamous physicists and spokesperson of 'the future. ' He is often called upon to discuss new technology and discoveries as well as to comment on the impact these developments may have on humanity. Write 5 things you learned by listening to this lecture and then write your own reflection about how technology is impacting the human condition and how it will shape or influence human personality from this day forward. …

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  • Uncertainty In The Mind's Eye, By Oliver Sacks

    Only one thing will be certain in the future, and that is mystery. It is this very mystery, this uncertainty about the future that provokes the mind to anticipate and predict based off of previous experiences and encounters. The mere nature of uncertainty forces individuals to actively think and foresee outcomes that will shed light on the matter. In Oliver Sacks’s “The Mind’s Eye,” Sacks introduces blind individuals who seem to be able to interpret their worlds before actually interacting with…

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  • Transport's Impact On Social Consumption And Socialization In New Zealand

    1 INTRODUCTION Transport has a huge impact on daily basis in New Zealand. It is known that New Zealand currently spends billions of dollars on transport (Ministry of Transport, 2014). Transport has become one of the biggest factors contributing in energy consumption and economic growth in New Zealand and Ministry of Transport have introduced four scenarios in order to make flexible investment options. Ministry of Transport have considered a change in oil price and digital technology advancement…

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  • Parental Divorce Study

    Discussion: The current study tested whether one’s relationships satisfaction was impacted by parental divorce. Specifically, the hypothesis was that one would have a lower relationship satisfaction with their current romantic partner, when compared to peoples whose parents are not divorced. Parental divorce is experienced by over 1 million American children every year and was found to negatively affects their achievement level in schools, result in behavior issues, emotional problems,…

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