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  • Why Are Background Checks Important

    Background checks have been used for years. Some people think that it is unfair and others think that it is the best idea to hit the United States since car radios. But whether people like the idea or not. Background checks will never go away, no matter how hard the society tries to remove it. What some people do not know is that they used to not be this strict. You can blame the recent terrorists for that problem. Background checks are important to this country because they provide security for our people, help others chances at getting well paid jobs plus jobs in general, help your social skills in the office, and keep your records and credit reports safe. Background checks are important to the economy because they provide security…

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  • Discriminatory Hiring Practices

    whether criminal records are a legitimate source for information or not by exposing just how inaccurate, and often out-of-date, criminal records can be. Many studies conducted found the likelihood of employers to hire ex-offenders to be nearly nonexistent. This reluctance stems from the stigma of a criminal record. The question for this study is if an individual stays “clean” for a long period of time, then the chances of being arrested again would be greatly reduced. This hypothesis was…

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  • The Outsiders Comparison Essay

    Hinton’s novel The Outsiders, two characters are alike yet unlike each other. Johnny Cade and Dally Winston are similar because they care about one another deeply and have abusive parents. The two boys have contrasting points of view and criminal records. Thus, Johnny Cade and Dally Winston have vast differences, but have compelling similarities. Johnny Cade and Dally Winston have very compelling similarities which one is that they both care about each other deeply. For instance, Johnny…

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  • Hamlets Insincerity In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

    Hamlet’s actions throughout the play support this deceitful nature. His dual personalities are the foundation of his madness. There are many examples that illustrate how Hamlet’s deceitful nature results in a tragedy because of his inability to choose which role to play.      In Act One, Hamlet appears to be very straightforward in his actions and his role. When his mother questions him, Hamlet says, "Seems, madam? Nay it is. I know not…

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  • Public Education In Horace Mann's Leaves Of Grass

    In the mid 1800s, the desire for public education began to strive, as many American children were not given the oppurtunity to attend public school and learn vital information that would be crucial to their adulthood. Horace Mann, also known as “the father of American public schools,” led this movement for public education. Mann was born in 1796 and grew up with his poor family in Franklin, Massachusettes. Throughout his childhood, Mann would go to the Franklin public library, with the few…

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  • Medical Record Setting

    Medical Record Documentation in the Veterinary Setting A record, synonymous with other terms such as, health record or medical record, is a collection of related fields that refers to all the data accumulated regarding the patient’s visit or all of the patient’s visits. The health information professional will find that in relation to the veterinary health medical record, similarities between the veterinary delivery care setting and human health care setting extend to the approach veterinary…

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  • Characteristics Of Music Producers

    professional managers, and get their training on-the-job. Sometimes producers will use their own money, the record company’s money, the artist’s money, or an investor’s money to produce an album.” A producer must know both the music business and creative sides, be willing to take chances, have an understanding and love for music, and have a feeling for what is commercial. He/she must know how to deal with contracts, publishers, lawyers, musicians, songwriters, singers, how to budget a record…

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  • The Effects Of Music Piracy On The Music Industry

    platforms: vinyl records, digital downloads, and music streaming services. Music piracy has been considered very problematic for the music industry since the age of vinyl records and cassette tapes (Berlatsky, 2013) (Gil, n.d.), though the problem really only…

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  • Causes Of The Decline Of Record Labelss

    began to advance rapidly and the record labels could not keep up starting from the 60s to the 2000s with the development of tapes, where people recorded radio, and later the invention of the CD. The labels were scared because they were losing control of the public with burnt CDs and mixed tapes made essentially free. During these years there were five major labels: Sony, EMI, Universal, BMG, and Polygram. As the years proceeded into the 2000s, labels bought out other labels because they were…

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  • Plagiarism And Fallacies: The Art Form Of Mash-Up

    Plagiarism and Fallacies Many people discredit the music genre of “mash-ups” from being an actually genre on the grounds that a mixer is using other people’s work. Mixing is actually a widely practices art form of music that in certain circles is in fact recognized as an art form. If much of the public stays close-minded on those who use other people’s music to create a new sound and only consider them to be plagiarists, this genre of music won’t be able to go anywhere. If mixers they are…

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