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  • Feinility Vs. Masculinity In Chinua's Things Fall Apart

    Masculinity vs. Femininity in Things Fall Apart If viewed on the surface the story line of Things Fall Apart is a tragedy, but when viewed in a wider perspective it is a story of deeper conflict. The main issue is that the British have come to establish a mission and receive converts. Less evident is the conflict this intrusion inserts between the Ibo and British. The underlying issue is masculinity versus femininity. By this I mean to say that the Ibo are an agrarian people who are a patriarchal and see any sign of weakness as being less than desirable. The protagonist in the story, Okonkwo, is the champion of this thought. As what would happen to him seems to happen to the Ibo. When Okonkwo disagrees he is usually correct and the tribe would suffer the same fate and vice versa. In the novel the Chi is a powerful spirit that determines a man's lot in life. One such instance is when Okonkwo was disbanded from his home for a Feminine murder; Clearly his personal god or Chi was not made for great things. A man could not rise above the destiny of his Chi. The saying of his elders was not true---that a man who said yea his Chi also affirmed. Here was a man whose Chi said nay despite his own affirmations. (p. 131) The Chi then is the most important aspect of Ibo society. The most compelling argument for conflict between the British colonists and the Ibo lies directly within the tribes Chi. Chi, as stated, is the will of a man. The Ibo are…

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  • Security Onion Intrusion Detection System

    Security Onion intrusion detection system will be selected, installed, and evaluated. A trial deployment of the intrusion detection system will be attempted in a restricted environment, then a simulated attack will be carried out, and the results analysed. Security Onion is an IDS tool that is used to monitor network security, and log management. It contains other tools like sguil, snort, Bro, Suriacata, and OSSEC amongst others. The main functions of Security Onion are capturing packets,…

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  • Nt1310 Unit 1 Network Security Research Paper

    Both firewalls and intrusion detection systems are used to monitor network traffic and implement network security policies. Research these technologies and determine how they are similar and how they differ. Are both needed? Explain your answer in a short paper. Firewall From a definition standpoint, a firewall is a hardware or software used in a networked environment to block unauthorized access by individuals while permitting authorized communications to and from the user. The firewall is…

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  • What Are The Approaches And Theoretical Frameworks Used In Health Promotion

    Secondary prevention such as provision of opioids, availability of blood for transfusion, free provision of malarial prophylaxis, vitamin supplements, blood transfusion and antibiotics can effectively prevent the complication of the disease (WHO 2006 ; NICE 2010). Tertiary prevention, which is aimed at reducing further progression and suffering of patients, will involve provision of emotional support for patients and patient’s family, providing treatment for resulting conditions like kidney…

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  • Public Health Promotion

    educators create public health media campaigns around nutrition and individuals eating habits can potentially have both positive and unintended negative effects. Seemingly, health educators they perform the above with the sole aim of preventing of diseases for example obesity basing on the points of intervention for example: primary care which involves the activities we think of before somebody fells sick and are done mainly to reduce the chances of growth of a disease. Secondly it also involves…

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  • Pressure Ulcer Prevention

    Pressure Ulcer Prevention Introduction: Each year more than 2.5 million people develop pressure ulcers in the United States alone with an average cost of $9.1 to $11.6 billion per year (Kalowes, Messina and Li, 2016). This has lead to reduced physical and mental functions, reduced vitality, and increased pain and has even been used as a measure of the quality of nursing care. Therefore, pressure ulcers remain a major health concern worldwide and are a high-prevalence problem in hospitalized…

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  • Evidence Based Practice: Pressure Ulcers

    pressure ulcer annually, and more than 1 million of those patients are affected annually in the acute and long-term care settings (Sullivan & Schoelles, 2013). Treatment for pressure ulcers can become very costly. The cost of a stage III or IV pressure can range anywhere between $5,000 and $50,000 (Cooper K. , 2013). In fact, in 2008 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced they will no longer pay for additional costs incurred for hospital-acquired pressure ulcers (Cooper K. ,…

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  • Maintaining Good Health Research Paper

    Preventive medicine is also similar to community and public health, which all share a common ground of prevention of disease and promotion of health not only through indi viduals, but the community. By definition, preventive medicine has been given to "healthy" people through large amounts. There are natural ways through kinesiology, weight management, healthy eating and lastly knowing your family history in preventing disease,. Without these options your children would be worst off in the…

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  • Three Levels Of Delinquency Prevention

    Please define and classify the different prevention approaches. There are two different to classify prevention efforts. First, Prevention versus control focused on corrective prevention, punitive prevention, and mechanical prevention. Corrective prevention deals with eliminating conditions that can lead to criminal behavior. Punitive prevention focused on using punishment as a to forestall criminal acts. “Mechanical prevention is directed toward “target hardening”, making it difficult or…

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  • Essay On Preventing School Shootings

    Why wait for something bad to happen, why not prevent it before it happens? For these reasons we decided to do our topic on school shootings. School shootings have been a big problem lately, so we decided this would be a good problem/solution topic. School shootings are always devastating when they happen so we decided to find ways to prevent them. Our first solution for preventing school shootings was based on preventing bullying. The reason we chose to prevent school bullying is because…

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