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  • Persuasive Essay On Online Textbooks

    If they are bad for eye health, then workers should not be allowed to look at computer screens for hours every day. According to the American Optometric Association “The average American worker spends seven hours a day on the computer either in the office or working from home.” If these adults in the workforce can look at computer screens all day, so can students in class. If it is not fair to students, then the school systems should make internet access available to all students. Such as it was made available in Chicago “Approximately 500 Kajeet Wi-Fi hotspot devices were deployed in November 2013 as part of a pilot supporting DPS’ take-home Netbook program for eighth through 12th grades” (“Connect Urban Students”). Now the students that did not have internet access at home, do now, and can do online homework at any time. These arguments come from people who fear change. No matter what time keeps moving, the future in inevitable. Everyone knows that sooner or later, everything will be done electronically, and there is nothing anyone can do to stop…

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  • Multi-Dimensional Poetry

    Uniting Text and Subtext: The Conception of Multi-Dimensional Poetry I will be discussing the unique and enigmatic poem, “This is a Photograph of Me,” by Canadian poet and author, Margaret Atwood. Upon reading and analysis, this particular work proves to embrace the unexpected through its shocking volta, as well as its tone, multi-dimensionality, and two significant “hot spots”. There are a few surprising elements of this poem, the most obvious of which being the volta, which twists the…

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  • Geographical Displacement Theories

    Learning about major crime preventions and environment theories has helped me to expand my knowledge regarding this subject. Geographical displacement occurs when the intervention blocks crime or disorder opportunities at a place or area. Therefore, offenders move to other places or areas to keep continue to commit crimes. Temporal displacement is when offenders keep committing crimes at the same location or area but in different days or hours. “Temporal displacement can be easier for offenders…

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  • Hotspot Writing Reflection

    Throughout the course, I have realized, there is so much more to academic writing that I could ever imagined but more importantly, it’s not as hard as I once thought it was- that is, if one takes the necessary preparations. To begin with, the writing process deserves a lot of thought and it is not something one can do in one night. Up until this class, I barely made rough drafts however, now I can not picture writing anything without a rough draft. I have realized that it is a great way to…

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  • Literature Review On Hotspot

    Literature Review Ⅰ. HOTSPOT MAPPING Hotspot can be defined as aggregations of raw crime data that identify geographic locations of highest incident concentration (Ratcliffe and McCullagh, 1999; Chainey and Ratcliffe, 2005). Hotspots have been formally recognized in the literature as early as 1751 when Henry Fielding suggested focusing on areas of high crime to deter offenders. A notable example of policing with hotspot is the study by Sherman et al., (1989), which found that over 50.4% of all…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Hotspots

    NAME: Date: What are hotspots? Hot spots are locations where there is a small group of people that make up a large percentage of the health care cost for the given population. Usually they are comprised of lower income families or people. The reasons for these pockets are numerous, some of these problems revolve around that fact they are unable to afford basic medical care or maintain a healthy lifestyle. Since these people are unable to meet there basic medical needs, they are forced to ignore…

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  • The Importance Of Biodiversity Of The Polynesia-Micronesia Hotspot

    causes the loss of biodiversity. In order to have a sustainable environment, there needs to be an increase in biodiversity. Biodiversity refers to the variety and variability of life on Earth. The number of species of plants and animals are both part of the biological diversity of the Polynesia-Micronesia hotspot. The loss of biodiversity in this hotspot damages crucial services provided by nature. A biodiversity hotspot is a region with a significant amount of organisms that are threatened by…

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  • Homeless Hotspots Case Study

    Homeless “Hotspots”, a marketing company’s idea to make Wi-Fi more convenient while making users aware of the circumstances of homelessness. This plan is very debatable, and pertains a lot to the moral values of an individual. The homeless individual volunteers to become a hotspot; they are not forced. Personally, I believe the homeless hotspot idea is beneficial. The homeless make up a very small percentage of a community’s population, and because of certain circumstances, jobs can be difficult…

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  • Deccan Traps Essay

    This paper examples the formation of the Deccan traps, the Deccan continental flood basalt, and present day Indian. Its first provides a brief background on what the Deccan Traps are and the history of their geologic integrity. The proof is explained through scientists seismic tomographic models and the evolution of the Indian plate, the Reunion island hotspot, and the evolution of lithospheric mantle structure. Keywords: deccan, mantle, plate, hotspot, reunion, reconstructions.…

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  • The Main Cause Of Homelessness

    Homelessness has been a long standing issue in the modern day world. Many ideas and different types of programs put in place by governments have helped diminish this problem. These programs have opened a larger question of homelessness, similar to, “In our society, what are the main causes for homelessness?”. A certain program was put in place, recently, and was called ‘Homeless Hotspots’. The marketing agency, BBH Labs, came up with this idea, and used it in the Southern United States,…

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