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  • Miss Ever's Boys Film Analysis

    Miss Ever’s Boys is a flashback, or reminiscent style movie that deals with the issue of racial inequality, race and gender intersectionality, and the African-American’s “double consciousness”. The movie begins with Eunice Evers, played by Alfre Woodard, as a testifying nurse in a Senate hearing who worked as a nurse during the Tuskegee Study, testifying and recalling the happenings of the past. The disaster starts as a simple plan to provide care and treatment for the population suffering from…

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  • Shrimp Aquaculture Temperature, salinity and dissolved oxygen After extensive studies, several authors have mentioned certain physical, chemical and biological parameters of water and sediment as important for the aquaculture of marine shrimps. Along with dissolved oxygen, water temperature and salinity are considered as significant parameters because of their close association in aquatic ecosystem (OSPAR, 2005). The maximum water temperature recommended by Nunes et al., 2005 and ABBC, 2005 was 32°C,…

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  • Fu Aashild Character Analysis

    Sigrid Undset’s novel, Kristin Lavransdatter, features several strong female characters navigating life and society in fourteenth-century Norway: Kristin Lavransdatter, Fru Aashild, and Ragnfrid. Of these three women, the strongest among them is Fru Aashild. Her intelligence, disregard for societal pressures and success in life support this claim. Fru Aashild, a woman who once lived in seclusion from her community, is welcomed with open arms when she aids in the recovery of Kristin’s younger…

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  • Socrates Theory Of Happiness

    Socrates, wrote a dialogue based on Socrates’s teaching called Meno. In Meno, Socrates claims that wisdom consists with virtue and that virtue is the only quality of the soul that is useful. Panos Dimas, a professor of philosophy at the University of Oslo, summarizes Socrates’s theory in his essay, “Happiness in the Euthydemus”, by saying, “The only good thing is virtue, and since a good thing makes its possessors happy, only wisdom makes us happy.” To get a better understanding of Socrates’s…

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  • Grower's Cup Swot Analysis

    1.0 Introduction ”Coffeebrewer Nordic A/S is the company behind the Grower’s Cup brand. They are a small and innovative Danish company located in Middelfart that have decided to “battle” with the big boys and all their machines. The company is founded in 2008 and their small office, artisan roastery, and packing facility is established in an old restored farm building, nestled in a hilly landscape, surrounded by forests and the sea.” The product is innovative and very useful for most of people…

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  • Informative Speech About Profiling

    Topic: Psychological Profiling General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about psychological profiling. Central Idea Statement/Thesis: I will discuss (1) what psychological profiling is, (2) the profiling of Jack the Ripper, and (3) the most important uses of psychological profiling. Introduction I. [Attention Getter] Which well-known murderer is not defined as a serial killer? (Pictures of known offenders) II. [Topic Justification] Knowing…

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  • Cyber Bullying Pros And Cons

    Cyberbullying Cyberbullying is an issue that has risen with the rise of technology. Many internet users at school age fall victim to this breed of bullying on the web. The solution is simple, but many fail to take action. Additionally, there are people who are aware of cyberbullying, but they believe its effects are overstated due to its popularity among news channels today. I believe cyberbullying is a problem that must be dealt with, and that the solution is simple, parents must monitor their…

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  • Causes Of The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    There has been a centuries old conflict between the Muslim Arabs and the Israeli Jews over the rights of ownership to the holy land. Arabs and Jews began to express nationalism for their religious beliefs which was part of the reason for the conflict between the two sides. Because of this the Israeli-Palestinian conflict intensified in the 1940s and has expanded with much violence on both sides in the 2000s. On May 14, 1948 the British withdrew from Palestine and the Jewish National Council…

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  • Music Therapy And Rehabilitation

    This is an introduction into use of music therapy used in cognitive and medical rehabilitation. Used very extensively in Europe most notably studied in detail by the university of Oslo in Norway. Looking at the methods of the studies using the scientific method for forming a theory that music has a beneficial effect on rehabilitation and improving cognitive function in children and patients with severe neurological and cognitive disorders. In fact, it is being used as a method of pain management…

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  • Analysis Of Mother Teresa's Acceptance Speech

    On December 10, in the year 1979, an acceptance speech took place in the Oslo City Hall in Norway. The speech was spoken by no other than Mother Teresa, a Roman Catholic religious sister and missionary who was raised in India and had dedicated her life to helping those in need. Mother Teresa’s acceptance speech was in front of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, King Harald, and other very important people. Her speech was about finding peace in the world and helping everyone that needs it. She…

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