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  • Intergenerational Occupational Mobility Summary

    Summary of the Paper “Intergenerational Occupational Mobility in Great Britain and the United States Since 1850” by Jason Long and Joseph Ferrie, attempts to answer the question whether the authors can identify, for Britain and the US, historical differences in mobility, particularly intergenerational occupational mobility. In addition, the authors check for sufficiently large differences that explain the differences in labor radicalism between Britain and the US. The authors give a more in…

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  • Analysis Of Attributional Patterns In Chinese Bicultural Individuals With Language Cues

    Li, S., & Brown, C. M. (2014). Activating Different Attributional Patterns in Chinese Bicultural Individuals with Language Cues. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 19(4). Li and Brown focused on the how the effects of language would influence attributional patterns in Chinese bicultural individuals, who resided in Western countries. The independent variable is language and it is operationally defined as an effective cue that has commonly been used to initiate corresponding constructs…

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  • Early Ambulation: A Literature Review Study

    Introduction: It is commonly known that patients, particularly the older patient population, decondition rapidly while admitted inpatient to the hospital. This is a result of multiple factors including lack of mobility and disease processes. In the ICU, patients are especially at risk due to the critical nature of their adverse health event and the stress it causes their body. When that patient is intubated and sedated, the toll their hospital stay has on their body worsens. While today many…

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  • Formula Milk

    Bringing a newborn into the world is one of the greatest, most profound experiences in one 's life. However, the responsibility to nurture your infant for the first few months of his or her life is crucial. The nutrition infants receive from their mother after birth gives them the start in life that 's needed for him/her to grow and develop. Although most of us are aware that breastfeeding for the first 6 months on life is the best for children because it contains antibodies, and easy to digest…

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  • Woolworths Eco: What Is The Least Permeable?

    The experiment’s results reveal that Woolworths Eco is the least permeable brand of toilet paper out of the available four toilet paper brands, as it is over 3 times less permeable than the most permeable toilet paper, the Woolworths Home Brand. The data also reveals that the School Brand is the second-most permeable brand of toilet paper, making Emporium to be the second-least. There does not seem to be any trends in the data: the cost, weight and effect of the toilet paper have no relation to…

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  • Gender Stereotypes In Disney Films

    The aim of this content analysis was to gather further understanding the how body ideals are conveyed by the media, in particular Disney movies, to their target audience which are mostly children. Studies in the past have examined the relationship between the thin ideal portrayed by toys (Anshutz & Engels, 2010) and the sexualization of the ideal self under experimental conditions in children (Starr & Ferguson, 2012), all of which suggests the potential negative impact of media exposure on body…

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  • Metronidazole Light Essay

    DISCUSSION 6.1 FTIR SPECTROSCOPY It was observed from the FTIR graph that there was no shifting of peaks of metronidazole i,e., characteristic peak of the amine group (N-H streching) present in imidazole nucleus at 1030 cm-1 and presence of NH2 group at 3298 cm-1 in formulation. Hence, there was no interaction between drug and polymer. 6.2 METRONIDAZOLE MICROSPHERES 6.2.1 Optimization of speed (rpm) for preparation of microspheres Metronidazole microspheres were prepared using emulsion…

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  • Essay On Mindfulness In Education

    In schools where students fail to achieve state achievement standards in reading and math does instruction geared towards social-emotional intelligence support academic goals? If so, what if any approaches demonstrate documented success in the classroom environment? What place do the practices of Eastern religions have in a secular classroom? The answers to these questions are revealed through an exploration of mindfulness curriculum. The social-emotional stresses of poverty are thoroughly…

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  • Essay On Roaring Cycle

    Behavioural Ecology Comparison between the roaring rate of the red deer in Richmond Park and in wildlife R ed deer males use a deep guttural vocalization (roar) to attract females. Previous studies have correlated high roaring rates to higher reproductive success. In this study, we investigated the influence of living in a limited area such as Richmond Park (RP), with direct human contact in roaring rate of red deer. The roaring rate of three males living in RP were calculated and compared to…

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  • The Main Effect Of Self-Esteem

    Participants There were 90 participants (49 women and 41 men) in this study ranging in age. Participants were asked to take part in a study to test their cognitive reasoning ability. Procedure Participants were asked to complete a total of two surveys and an anagram task. In the first survey, participants were asked to answer ten questions that measured their global feelings about themselves. Participants were then randomly assigned to complete either an “easy” or “difficult” anagram task.…

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