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    Social Aggression Analysis

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    were asked question such as how many hours they watch TV each week using a 0-7 scale, where zero meant don’t watch TV at all, and seven meant watch TV seven days per week (Coyne et al., 2011). Also, subjects were asked to rank how often violence occurs in the shows that they watch using a 0-7 Likert-type scale, and to determine how often these people involve in a conflict with their partner, the Conflict Tactics Scale was utilized (Coyne et al.,…

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    Joplin Tornado Essay

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    plants that were also spread throughout the town. Damages, Injuries and Fatalities The Fujita scale is how tornadoes are rated. This rating is based on wind speeds which cannot actually be accurately recorded inside of a tornado. The wind speeds are calculated by the amount of destruction to common things like businesses and homes. The scale which, was named after its creator Dr. Ted Fujita, is based on a scale from EF0 TO EF5. The Joplin tornado was ranked at the highest rating of EF5. Storms…

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    The Fermi-Paradox

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    Is the universe barren or teeming with life? The observable universe; the part of the universe from where the light has had time to travel to earth is approximately 90 billion light years in diameter. There are 20 billion sun-like stars in just our Milky Way galaxy and recently we learned that planets are much more common than we thought. Those are the planets which are situated within the goldilocks zone of its home star, where the temperature is just right for water to remain in liquid state…

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    Being in a band has let me see some great compositions by Tyler Grant, and Robert Smith. The amount of joy I, and my friends have gotten from playing this music has inspired me to want to compose music. This experience highlights that composing music brings many people joy, helps, and inspires them. As a music composer, one could compose for animation, video games, or movies, to have fun composing while affecting humanity. One profession that involves composing music is an animation score…

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    Her scores on Influencing, Organizing, Creating, Analyzing, Producing, and Adventuring fell within Low and Very Low ranges, suggesting that she is unlikely to enjoy nor feel confident about performing in these areas. The Orientation Scales indicate Mid-Range interest and Low Range skills confidence in Helping (H). Therefore, an Orientation code of H is suggested by the profile. This code indicates that Katie is likely to enjoy helping others through teaching, healing, and counseling…

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    Heptatonic Scales

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    Earlier Attempts to Synthetic Scale Formations Since the early twentieth century certain theorists and composers sought to expand the number of available synthetic scales for composition. In 1907 the Italian composer Ferruccio Busoni (1866–1924) as part of an examination of the tonal system based on what he called “the two Series of Seven,” meaning the major and minor keys in relation to the chromatic scale, attempted to write all the possible heptatonic (seven-tone) scales in his book Sketch…

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    Ethical Concerns Experimental design is a field whereby ethical concerns are almost always a top priority. Although most individuals see ethical norms as common sense, they often vary from culture to culture and there can be discrepancies in the interpretation even by members within a certain cultural group. Furthermore, it is vital to determine any potential ethical concerns contained within an experiment and address those concerns in order to reduce their potential impact on the results.…

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    Birth Control Evaluation

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    my group expressed their thoughts about my instrument, and provided educational feedback based on what was taught in class meetings and examples from our textbook. The items on my survey instrument needed to be adjusted to a 5 point scale using the Likert-type scale. The score ranges for each of the constructs was 1-Strongly Agree, 2-Agree, 3- Neutral, 4-Disagree, 5-Strongly Disagree. The changes made in my instrument are based on my peers’ feedback. According to Sharma and Petosa (2014),…

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    Ravenscar Scar Case Study

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    Methods Field Methods This study was carried out on a rocky scar below Ravenscar, North Yorkshire (54°24'27.82"N, 0°29'31.45"W). This scar stretches out into the sea and acts as a wind break from prevailing winds. Most of the scar is covered by water during high tide, but during low tide a different percentage of the scar is uncovered depending on whether it is a neap (~40% uncovered) or spring tide (~90% uncovered). This survey, to determine the haul out behaviour of the Ravenscar seal colony,…

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    Deer-Vehicle Collisions

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    Animal deaths, especially from anthropogenic causes, are valuable indicators of ecological and conservation problems that span a particular population (Collins 2011). Deer mortalities are no exception to this rule of thumb, as deer-vehicle collisions (DVCs) are a growing problem in the US and reflect the displacement of deer populations. Over 1 million DVCs occur in the US annually and result in the loss of human life, human injury, and considerable financial costs resulting from the vehicle…

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