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  • Lies And Deception In Frankenstein

    From a young age children are taught that lying and trickery don 't come without consequences. A common theme in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is also one of Victor Frankenstein’s fatal flaws: lies and deceit in the form of secrecy. Victors biggest secret was his attempt to cover up the creation of the creature. His choice to keep this secret not only affected him and the people around him, but also affected the creature in a negative way. Victor began to keep his work hidden after he started to talk with the philosopher at Ingolstadt. He describes this professor of natural philosophy as “an uncouth man, but deeply imbued in the secrets of his science” (26). It is here where Victor learned that it is socially acceptable to cover up mistakes,…

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  • The Major Themes Of The Horror Of War By Anne Frank

    Unfortunately, her diary is left unfinished, for she, her family, and the other occupants of the annex are discovered by the Gestapo and sent to a concentration camp. The general horror of war, coupled with the specific horrors that the Nazis inflicted upon the Jews, is the major theme of the diary. Anne Frank, the young teenage girl who writes the diary, experiences the pain of war first-hand. In order to try and escape the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, her family and the Van …

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  • The Secret Weapon Within Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter And Secret Societies

    and killed William Morgan because “Morgan had published an expose of its rituals and had brought considerable wrath upon himself from the fraternity” (Stemper and Beck 3197). By revealing classified rituals from a secret group, the now ex-member was stopped from disclosing further information. Many characters in The Scarlet Letter, discovered that no matter how safe they kept the secret, “tomorrow would bring its own trial with it; so would the next day, and so would the next” (Hawthorne 66).…

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  • Confidentiality Obligation: A Case Study

    We must understand the code of ethics which tells us that a therapists have a duty to keep secret any knowledge obtained in the exercise of their profession. From a legal perspective, which is intended to protect the confidentiality obligation is the right to privacy regarding private information that an individual receives from another depending on the exercise of their profession. Confidentiality refers to an established relationship on faith or trust. Speaking of confidentiality and…

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  • Case Study Of Greene's Jewelry

    Ms. Lawson is a former employee of Greene’s Jewelry Wholesale LLC, which is located in Derry, New Hampshire. The Company is known for manufacturing and distributing high-end costume jewelry, which is made from a synthetic gold-colored material called Ever Gold. “Ever Gold is impervious to scratches, discoloration, oxidization, and is marked as everlasting gold” (Greene and Howell, 2016), which is the main asset of the company. Ms. Lawson was a junior executive secretary employee in the research…

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  • Attorney Conflict Of Interest Rules

    Attorney Conflict of Interest Rules A conflict of interest occurs when a lawyer’s ethical obligations to one client conflict with the interests of another client. A conflict is defined as “a substantial risk that the lawyer 's representation of the client would be materially and adversely affected by the lawyer 's own interests or by the lawyer 's duties to another current client, a former client, or a third person.” [Sharp v. Next Entertainment, Inc. (2008) 163 Cal.App.4th 410, 426.) The…

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  • Intelligence In Ww1

    World War I was one of the first major wars in which intelligence was a key aspect of strategy and success on the battlefield. Throughout Europe many nations began to establish covert operations to gain access to the military secrets of their opposition. Germany was a nation that participated in this trend. However, their collection of intelligence did not involve much covert action. Rather, German intelligence officers used overt intelligence collection methods, including using both personal…

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  • The Importance Of Covert Operations

    In 1948, within NSC 10/2, George Kenna surmised that covert actions are “planned and conducted that any U.S. government responsibility for them is not evident to unauthorized persons and that if uncovered the U.S. Government can plausibly disclaim any responsibility for them” (Johnson 2007). This statement entrenched a high standard for future covert operations to strive to remain clandestine, which is a seemingly improbable feat to achieve. Indeed, most covert operations have the intention to…

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  • Themes Of Dew Breaker

    The novel revolves around the theme of “honor” that inspires the theme of secrecy. For Angela, her secret was out on the day of her marriage and the revelation of the secret of her virginity inspires the events that has implications for her twin brothers Pablo and Pedro, as well as the character of Santiago Nasar. The murder happened, Santiago was killed but till half part of the story, it remains a mystery. Angela’s mother, Purisima has brought up her little girls to be great spouses. The…

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  • Twelfth Night Deception Analysis

    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,…

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