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    In Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Machiavelli’s The Prince, deception is a tool that one uses to gain a personal advantage. Despite the negative connotation that is typically associated with deception, Twelfth Night and The Prince demonstrate how deception can bring a positive outcome. If one employs a deceptive appearance under necessary circumstances, the end result must be justifiable, even when a majority of people are willingly deceived. Characterized by her beauty and resourcefulness, Viola is the most blatant embodiment of deception in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Altering her appearance in order to ensure her safety, Viola seeks help from a sea captain to obscure her identity: “Conceal me what I am, and be my aid / For such disguise as haply shall become / The form of my intent” (1.3.53-55). Viola mistakenly believes she has lost her twin brother, Sebastian, due to a shipwreck. As a young unmarried woman, Viola no longer has a source of security. Disguising herself as a man will provide Viola with not only the independence she seeks, but the modification of her appearance will also aid in her search for a job at Orsino’s court: “For I can sing, / And speak to him in many sorts of music / That will allow me very worth his service” (1.3.57-59). As Viola seeks her own safety and advancement, resorting to a deceptive appearance is one of her only options given the unique circumstances. While posing as an aristocrat named Cesario, Viola’s disguise fools almost everyone…

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    process is precisely defined and then each activity of the process is examined to analyse the requirement of resources for smooth performance. The performance is evaluated with regards to standards and feedback from the customers and the changes are made and adjustment of the resources is performed. Furthermore, Effectiveness measures the achievement of the objectives. The set of objectives are defined before the start of any process and then the result is evaluated against it (Chambers and…

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    Janice has returned six weeks since the last appointment. Overall Janice is feeling better with minimal cough present. She does report some nocturnal wheeze and chest tightness and does at time note a slight constricted feeling in the throat. As you would be aware, a recent RAST assay has demonstrated sensitisation to a number of allergens but in particular dust mite. A couple of weeks ago Janice put in place some dust mite minimisation strategies including vigorous cleaning of her…

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    consumer and to other patients within the facility includes not only the physical injuries that may result from an act of aggression but also the emotional trauma, stress and anxiety that may be the cause of ongoing mental health issues for all concerned (Irwin, 2006). This paper has critically discussed the topic of aggression, it prediction, prevention and management in the mental health care setting and its relevance to contemporary nursing practice and found that although there may be…

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    the community through supply reduction, demand reduction and harm reduction (The Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy 2001). The Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy (2001) states that even though police and law enforcement deal with illicit drug users more when it comes to enforcing the law, they recognise that by combining the legislative responsibilities with a more proactive approach and working in close partnership with health and other key stakeholders, then the work of the police will…

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    The justice approach stems from the Aristotelian philosophy where it is stated that “equals should be treated equally and unequals unequally”. The justice model of ethical decision-making can be described as “moral obligation to act on the basis of fair adjudication between competing claims. Hence, when making the decision, the individual should assess how fair the action will be and if it could potentially discriminate and show favouritism. Discrimination by definition “imposes burden on…

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    “Many doctors and therapists don’t understand the diseases of alcoholism and addiction” it is very complicate even doctors and other therapist experiencing difficult to assess and find the main issue. ( Reardon, C., 2013). People with co-occurring illness are very difficult to treat their substance-use problems without also treating their mental health disorders. Co-occurring mental health and illegal substance both should effectively treated at the same time, place, treatment and recovery team…

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    Explain what responsible service of alcohol means, what the benefits of it are, how it links with the relevant legislation (particular to a state or territory), the role of government and industry in enforcing liquor laws and how responsible service contributes to harm minimisation. Upload your paper for assessment. Responsible service of alcohol, usually shortened to RSA, is a prerequisite for any person who desires to serve alcohol in a bar, restaurant, casino, liquor store or any other…

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    her friends could make better decisions, but refuse to (Oetzel, 2009). Bennet (1993) developed the model of intercultural sensitivity to explain the process of accommodating cultural differences. Prejudice is held by people in the ethnocentric stages of this model. The three stages of ethnocentricism are a denial of difference, defence of difference and minimisation of difference. People at the defence of difference stage can identify the cultural difference, but defend difference with the…

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    Heat of formation: Heat of formation is defined as the enthalpy change for the formation of one mole of a compound in its standard state from its constituent elements. BIOMASS PROXIMATE ANALYSIS ULTIMATE ANALYSIS HHV (MJ/kg) FC VM ASH C H O N Rubber Wood 19.2 80.1 0.7 50.6 6.5 42.0 0.2 19.6 Bamboo 15.20 80.30 4.50 48.39 5.86 39.21 2.04 18.4 Empty Fruit Bunch 17 75.7 4.3 48.9 0.3 36.7 0.7 19.0 Mango Wood 11.36 85.65 2.18 46.24 6.08 44.42 0.28 19.17 Sugar cane bagasse 10.71 76.72 2.19 43.59…

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