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  • Katniss Everdeen In The Hunger Games

    “Prim giggles and gives me a small ‘Quack’ ‘Quack yourself,’ I say with a light laugh. The kind only Prim can draw out of me. ‘Come on, let’s eat,’ I say and plant a quick kiss on the top of her head” (#16). Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games is the household member that has to be there to protect her sister and her mom after her dad dies. She knows that she has to put food on the table and keep her family safe. After she volunteers to take the place of her sister in the 74th annual Hunger…

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  • Kristopher Frye: Article Analysis

    The United States education system has been on a steep decline in the recent years. Americans are no longer the top dogs when it comes to education. Compared to other countries, the United States is going down in rankings based on academic levels of students. There has also been a deterioration of students prepared with the academic skills needed for higher education. Colleges are adapting to the change by enrolling students in classes that teach basic skills needed for collegiate reading,…

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  • Hardy-Weiberg Equilibrium Lab Report

    Introduction Evolution is the process in which organisms change from one generation to the next over a period of time. The Hardy-Weinberg equation is one of the most popular ways to determine if a certain trait within a population is changing. The Hardy-Weinberg equation provides a null-hypothesis to compare to the observation of the population. One can predict the outcome of the estimated amount of offspring in a population by using two alleles to determine which will be present in future…

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  • Ergot Poisoning Research Paper

    Albert Hoffman took it one step further in the late 1930s’, experimenting on lysergic acid with other reagents to create numerous amounts of derivatives (solutions); one of these derivatives was diethylamide, made by the addition of the -N(C2H5)2 group, forming lysergic acid diethylamide…

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  • Importance Of Juvenile Justice

    (children from deprived and marginalized sections of society as well as those with different needs and vulnerabilities). The juvenile justice policy in India is structured around the Constitutional mandate prescribed in the language of Articles 15(3), 39…

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  • White Privilege And Racism Analysis

    Admittedly, it is within human nature to group similar people together as a way of organizing and making sense of the vastly diverse world around us. Psychology provides an explanation for this through the term social-categorization: the innate cognitive process in which people make sense of the complex world they live in by allocating similar individuals into social groups. Albeit being a natural human tendency, social grouping, more often than not, turns into stereotyping and discrimination.…

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  • Full-Bridge Hybrid Switched Capacitor Case Study

    II. DERIVATION OF THE CONVERTER STRUCTURE The new generated topology is called Full-Bridge Hybrid Switched Capacitor (FBHSC) Inverter. A Half-Bridge version was previously presented [30]. The new topology was generated initially by differential connection [31]–[33] between two HSC dc-dc converter [16] (cf. Fig. 2a), which was generated as a bidirectional version of the HSC boost dc-dc converter [34], [35]. The unidirectional dc-dc version can be seen as an integration between a conventional…

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  • Integrated Marketing Communication Essay

    it is similar to the “brand value chain concept”. Furthermore, it consists of an integrated marketing communication capability that leads to campaign success and brand market performance, which all results in the brand economic performance (Luxton, 39). Reinold (2012) developed a model that goes into more detail to determine the effectiveness. For instance, analysis of brands and target group splits into media and content dimension, which considers both qualitative and quantitative effectiveness…

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  • Benedict Anderson Imagined Community Analysis

    way we live, whether it be the smaller communities we are part of or the larger nations we assimilate with. Just as we look for similarities our own groups, a nation and its people look for the same. Benedict Anderson’s theory of nationalism takes a step outside of the classic political frame and focuses more on the social aspects of how a nation becomes nationalized. It is no wonder that Anderson’s idea of the “Imagined [Community]” is applicable to a country the same size and far more densely…

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  • The Effect Of Sleep Deprivation On Weightlifting Performance

    movement were recorded using a global positioning system in a customized harness. A post-match analysis was done after each match to count the number of tackles and hits during the match. Also an RPE was obtained 15 minutes after each match. These steps allowed for comparison of external load between matches. The measures included countermovement jump (CMJ) distance, knee extensor maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) and voluntary activation, venous blood kinase and C-reactive protein, perceived…

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