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  • Leisure Participation

    study are not going to know the real average of the population outcome because it is not using the population as a whole. Anyone can have “authority” to investigate a topic as long as they are able to back up their research with proof of evidence. The authors that worked together to for this study worked two different places. Author Alinta Oates worked for both, the Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia and the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Centre for Child Health Research, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia. Authors Ami Bebbington, Jenny Bourke, and Helen Leonard worded for the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Centre for Child Health Research, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia. Author Sonya Girdler worked for Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia (Oates, Bebbington, Bourke, Girdler, & Leonard, 2011, p. 1880). Since all of the authors stated have connections within the medical field that this study pertains to, they probably had to gain approval from their workplace to follow through with the study in order to get in contact with the parents or caregivers of the children diagnosed with Down syndrome. At the very end of the article it says, “The authors acknowledge funding of the study by the…

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  • Perth Amboy Research Paper

    My hometown is Perth Amboy located in the heart of Middlesex County. Perth Amboy is a small suburban town full of rich history. This wonderful small community is home to some of New Jersey’s most important history. Perth Amboy consists of a total area of 5,957 square miles. Although that sounds like a big city it is relatively small. The scenery of Perth Amboy is something that is truly unmatched. This magnificent city offers some of the best views in central New Jersey. Perth Amboy features a…

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  • Qantas Case Study Essay

    CACQ Qantas is the world’s second oldest airline, and this is due to the four hubs located in Sydney, 2 Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Qantas does use other hubs with Jet Transport Express, Jetstar, and their domestic Australian joint ventures. In 2014, Sydney was ranked number one with the worst congestion and service for passenger experience (AFR, 2014). The Australian Consumer Commission stated that the country needs to invest more money to resolve the ongoing issue with…

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  • Research Paper About My Giovanomia

    Although, her father was already in Australia, working in Perth and saving his money. Nick loved Australia, he loved everything about it. Perth, at the time, was still being established, therefore, builders were in high demand. He was a concreter and saved his money, in addition, after one year of labouring, he bought a house for when his family came over from Greece. My γιαγιά lived in Perth for six years, she loved Perth. Her father would work long hours in order to send his three children…

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  • Fringe World Festival Analysis

    Fringe World Festival Perth: Fringe World Festival is a month-long annual event that takes place in Perth between January and February. Since it’s introduction in 2011 it has grown to become the third largest Fringe festival in the world and an iconic part of Western Australia’s summer event scene (Fringe World, 2015). In 2015, the festival hosted over 2,600 artists and 3,500 individual performers with more than 660,000 people attending the event over the course of 31 days (Fringe World, 2015).…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Johnny's Murder

    “To say the least, I am shocked and heartbroken. I raised my son to be a caring and respectful boy and that’s exactly how he turned out. My beautiful sons death report states he was in a high speed chase with the police, but I know my son to be better than that. When my son left for the big city, he left a strong-minded but gentle boy. It seems that even the kindest people can be crushed by that horrid city and the monsters who live there” - Johnny’s mother Johnny was just a small town…

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  • May Gibbs Essay

    Bros Prize and the E. J. Dean-Smith Prize at the WA Society of Arts Annual Exhibition. When she returned to Perth in 1904 May undertook illustrations for the Western Mail, designing postcards and drawing cartoons. She later returned to London where she studied at the Henry Blackburn School for Black and White Art. Because of her health, she returned to Perth for several years returning to London in 1909. Here she secured work as an illustrator for Harrap & Co and found a publisher for her first…

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  • The Importance Of Zoos

    Animals need to have access to enrichment activities that allow them to express their natural behavior. These enrichment activities or toys aim to encourage natural behaviours such as hunting, use of scent and hiding food, provide animal welfare by increasing exercise, satisfying ‘behavioural needs’ and stimulating animals, and to promote visitor education so that visitors can gain a better understanding of their natural behaviours and interests. An example of enrichment provided to animals in…

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  • Guitar Highway Rose Analysis

    Guitar Highway Rose In Guitar Highway Rose, author Brigid Lowry uses a variety of techniques to explore the main themes highlighted throughout the novel. Protagonists Asher is the new boy in Perth and he has to learn to make new relationships and settle in without very much support as his dad and friends are all back in Byron Bay. The symbols throughout the text represent major events in protagonist Rosie’s life, who experience’s lots of conflict with her mum and thus rebels against her.…

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  • Remembrance Day Essay

    Ceremony. The Field of Remembrance White crosses cover the front lawn of ANZAC Cottage. large image As usual, the service is complemented by the 'Field of Remembrance', a display of crosses dedicated to those who gave their lives. The crosses, constructed by the Vincent Men's Shed and inscribed by family and community members, allow those present at the ceremony to honour and respect all who served. Moreover, this occasion is often regarded as an opportunity to commemorate those who are…

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