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  • Human Intelligence Vs Signals Intelligence

    requires one to force themselves to contemplate unknown outcomes. This serves as the basis of how we ask the question of how does the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) make and formulate assumptions, and by what means are they used in implementing enhanced analytical and collection techniques and methodologies. Additionally, how technologies and methods are applied in forecasting analytical and collection needs based on anticipatory analysis to monitor future wars, civil wars, and social and ethnic conflicts that could invite war. When asking an analyst what assumptions are they will more than likely respond; it is when they do not have all the information that they need to make a decision or accurate…

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  • Psychological Profile Of Piggy: The Lord Of The Flies

    I chose to sketch Ralph with his true friend Piggy. Throughout the novel Piggy supported Ralph and helped him. Piggy was an important character that always reminded Ralph of reason and the purpose of the signal fire. Also, I drew the conch beside Piggy because it represented the civilization and the control, that existed on the island. The conch called and regulated their meetings which Ralph always led, he tells me. As, you can see Ralph is tending the signal fire. The signal fire and hunting…

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  • What Is The Vantage Of High School Curriculum

    distributional uncer- tainty, under which the distribution governing the period-by-period realization of the payoff relevant state is unknown. Because of the dynamic nature of the problem, I consider agents who care about long-run outcomes (i.e., maximize their long-run average payoffs). In the long-run each signal struc- ture implicitly defines a stochastic evolution of beliefs and induces a limiting distribution thereover. Given distributional uncertainty, a long-run strategy must persuade the…

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  • Personal Reflection: With And Without Words

    Watching the video “With and Without Words” made me reflect about my last career choice and how I unknowingly used several forms primitive peripheral linguist as a means of communication with hand signals, non verbal code, visual non verbal and facial emotions. The backbone of the California food service industry is dominantly from a lower ecomnomilcal background and most are not fluent in English which can make communicating difficult at times.Working in a high school kitchen for five years and…

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  • Fire Symbolism In Lord Of The Flies

    of the wood crackling beneath the heat gives comfort to others. Without full control of it, the fire can escape its home and destroy everything in it’s path. Wildfires have destroyed homes and cities within days. A fire can represent two ideas: civilization and savagery. William Golding explains these ideas in The Lord of the Flies. He shows that the fire the boys use for a rescue signal, can also destroy or kill if it is given the chance. Although Golding has several symbols he applies to…

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  • Why Are Tattoos Important In The Workplace

    significance it has on us and the image itself. Many people may not care or know but we all have a right to express ourselves which includes showing your tattoos. Although tattoos in the workplace are not accepted by the people, it’s important to understand that tattoos show expression of self worth. From the article Fighting Gangs, it revealed various reasons on how gang member identified themselves with what they wear, their tattoos, the crimes they commit, etc. Three quotes from…

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  • The Role Of Graffiti In Literature

    People express themselves in a variety of different ways; whether it is through clothing, music, dance, writing or art, these forms of self-expression allow individuals to convey feelings to others. Specifically, the use of writing and art to express one’s self has been prevalent in society for centuries and is commonly conducted through graffiti. Its origins lie with our ancestors who lived during the ice age; cavemen. Modern sociologists and archeologists suggest that prehistoric graffiti…

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  • M. S. 13 Video Analysis

    gang member knows you are going to take care of the enemy by stabbing him. Next is rubbing your stomach, which mean you’re going to shoot. Again, a rival gang has plans to attack you, but you have the advantage and are lying in wait to attach first. As they approach, you rub your stomach, telling the gang members that it’s time to shoot. Finally, popping the collar or taking your shirt off means we’re going into battle. In the video, a group of M.S. 13 members ripped of their shirts in a…

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  • Forgiveness In The Powwow At The End Of The World

    Sometimes forgiveness is a hard concept for people to grasp and others forgive too easily, but when do we know when to forgive or whom we should forgive? What happens when we do not forgive? In “The Powwow at the End of the World,” Sherman Alexie experienced several mishaps in his reservation and even the surrounding areas, for example, the water levels were raising, the dams were breaking, and the cities and towns were flooding. Even though all of those events were happening, Alexie was told to…

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  • Analysis Of The Joy Of Reading And Writing Superman And Me

    Sherman Alexie 's "The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me" is a personal narrative in which he recounts his early life and how he started to appreciate reading. As he shares his experience with us, he weaves into his story a powerful truth about our society. Even though we refuse to admit it, we have certain expectations of different communities. In his essay, he focuses precisely on what it meant for him to grow up as an Indian child in an American society. By discussing the obstacles…

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