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Many tasks that a cell must perform, such as movem
ent and the synthesis of macromolecules, require energy. A large portion of the cell\'s activities are therefore devoted to obtaining energy from the environment and using that energy to drive energy-requiring reactions. Although enzymes control the rates of virtually all chemical reactions within cells, the equilibrium position of chemical reactions is not affected by enzymatic catalysis. The laws of thermodynamics govern chemical equilibria and determine the energetically favorable direction...

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Chemistry, Nature, Physical chemistry, Thermochemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical reaction, Chemical kinetics, Enzyme, Gibbs free energy, Chemical equilibrium, Bordwell thermodynamic cycle, Endergonic reaction
Gregor Mendel was born in the district of Moravia,
then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. At the end of high school, he entered the Augustinian monastery of St. Thomas in the city of Brünn, now Brno of the Czech Republic. His monastery was dedicated to teaching science and to scientific research, so Mendel was sent to a university in Vienna to obtain his teaching credentials. However, he failed his examinations and returned to the monastery at Brünn. There he embarked on the research program of plant hybridization that was posthumously to...

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Biology, Plant sexuality, Pollination, Fabeae, Plant morphology, Pea, Gregor Mendel, Self-pollination, Genetics, Flower, Plant, Pisum
Viruses
Viruses share some characteristics with cells; however lack the qualities of living organisms. Viruses are simple structured organisms; they only have four structures that make them. They aren\'t considered to be living organisms due to several reasons such as reproduction and energy powered. They are often mistaken to be cells, however they are smaller and replicate inside of cells. Viruses are much smaller than bacteria and are capable to infect all types of living organisms. Viruses have fou...

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Virology, Biology, Microbiology, Virus, Viral envelope, Organism, Introduction to viruses, Virus processing
Structure of a Scientific Paper
A scientific paper is made up of six parts; all need to be organized in a certain way and must use proper English. Experiments are used to prove or disprove hypotheses, and then the findings are reported in a scientific paper. The scientific paper can include other scientist work in it also but is must be referenced. They can also use other resources in such as excerpts from journals and articles of magazines and books. A scientific papers components are the abstract, introduction, materials, r...

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Philosophy of science, Scientific method, Knowledge, Science and technology, Science, Academic publishing, Publishing, Scientific revolution, Experiment, Research, Abstract, Hypothesis
Importance of Photosynthesis
All life on Earth depends directly or indirectly on the suns energy; however plants are the only ones capable of capturing and converting solar energy into chemical energy. This is called photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is very important to survival on Earth, if it were to stop the oxygen in the atmosphere would start to deplete. There are steps for photosynthesis to take place such as capturing the energy form the sun, using the energy, and building carbohydrates. The sun is the source of energ...

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Biology, Photosynthesis, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Thylakoid, Autotroph, Oxygen, Chlorophyll, Hill reaction, Artificial photosynthesis
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The retail store we selected was Club Monaco, which is a clothing brand for men and women. The products that are sold in the store are mid-price high-end clothing. Polo Ralph Lauren in Toronto founded the clothing brand in 1985. They have more than 140 locations world wide such as, Canada, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, South Korea, China, the Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Arabia, Sweden, Turkey, United States, and United Kingdom. Club Monaco is best known for their "black and white...

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Economy, Marketing, Business, Consumer behaviour, Fashion, Retailing, Shops, Club Monaco, Retail, Shopping, Ralph Lauren Corporation, Visual merchandising
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History of Art Final March 21, 2012 Michelangelo 365760065532000Michelangelo is a famous Italian Renaissance artist. He is known best for his sculptures and fresco paintings, however he did dabble in architecture, poetry and engineering as well. His versatility in the hobbies he took up was of such a high order that he is often considered a contender for the title of the archetypal Renaissance man, along with fellow Italian Leonardo da Vinci. He is thought to be the greatest living artist of hi...

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Visual arts, Sculpture, Culture in Florence, Michelangelo, David, Lorenzo de' Medici, Piet, House of Medici, Florence, St. Peter's Basilica, Italian Renaissance, Raphael
The Ideal Customer
Carefree, adventurous, and always ready to have fun, is how I would describe the type of customer that would shop in my store. She\'s between the ages of 15 and 22, the perfect time to experiment with personal style and take risks with her wardrobe. Living in the suburbs of Seattle, this customer is upper middle class and has a job, but still gets spending money from her parents. She can mix the perfect find from Forever 21 with a more expensive item from the likes of Michael Kors or Free Peopl...

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Nordstrom, Michael Kors, Economy of the United States, Fashion
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Final Project FCSA 351 274320025717500 Introduction The Amish culture is a very unique one that doesn\'t seem to get very much (positive) attention. In school we are always learning about foreign countries and their cultures but we never really examine the different cultures we have right here in the US. Granted, over the past couple years the Amish sectors in Pennsylvania have been in the news for child abuse, but we have never really taken a step back and looked at how differently they live f...

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Amish, Intentional living, Christianity in the United States, Peace churches, Simple living, Anabaptism, Mennonitism, Subgroups of Amish, Mennonite, Ordnung
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Sierra Haverfield 03831294 Roy Raymond, a man who was embarrassed to buy lingerie for his wife, founded Victoria\'s Secret in 1977. Soon to follow was a mail-order catalog and three more stores in the San Francisco area. The first year was very successful, grossing $500,000, however after five years the company was headed for bankruptcy and Roy sold VS to the Limited Brand in 1982. By the 90\'s, the company was the largest and most successful lingerie company in the U.S. making over one billion...

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Victoria's Secret, Clothing, Business, Economy, Pink, L Brands, La Senza, The Limited, Roy Raymond, Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel, Heidi Klum
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Professor McMillen English 101 3 May 2017 What Should We Eat There are many things that contribute to the make up of your health. Your health can be based on your physical, mental and emotional wellness. Maintaining a healthy diet is the most important factor in ones overall health because healthy food gives one more energy and enables weight control. A healthy diet cuts down on diseases such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, etc. Another benefit to eating healthy is an improv...

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Diets, Health, Nutrition, Personal life, Low-carbohydrate diet, Healthy diet, Dieting, No-carbohydrate diet, Diet, Human nutrition, Ketogenic diet, Western pattern diet
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Journal 6 In the article "The American Dream: Dead, Alive, or on Hold?" by author Brandon King, he talks about how the American Dream is a matter of perspective in the eyes of the individual person. He states in his article that he believes, "planning for the future by saving more and enacting policies that sustain economic growth are what will keep the American Dream alive" (616). The author supports his beliefs throughout the entirety of his article while also incorporating various counter ar...

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Tim Roemer, American Dream, Dream, United States
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Mcmillen English 101 13 March 2017 Are We in a Race Against the Machine? Technological advances have set up the foundation of today\'s society, but the question is , h as technology actually made us smarter as Clive Thompson claims in "Smarter than You Think" ? There is no doubt that in the world today , we as humans re ly on our smartphones , computers, social media, machines and television in our everyday lives. They serve a fundamental purpose; to enh ance the way we live, learn, communicat...

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Digital media, Cognition, Google, Is Google Making Us Stupid?, World Wide Web, Technology, Social media
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Professor McMillen English 101 12 April 2017 What\'s Up With The American Dream? The American Dream is one that can\'t be specified as it once was many years ago. In the early 1900\'s during the Great Depression, a man by the name of James Trustlow Adams defined that dream. In today\'s time the idea of the "American Dream" has taken a lot more personal meaning to each individual person residing in this great nation today. Nevertheless, what is to say that immigrants migrating to the United St...

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Demography, Illegal immigration to the United States, Illegal immigration, Immigration, Opposition to immigration, Immigration reform in the United States
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Professor McMillen English 101 3 May 2017 What Should We Eat There are many things that contribute to the make up of your health. Health is based on physical, mental and emotional wellness. Maintaining a healthy diet is the most important factor in your overall health because healthy food gives you more energy and enables weight control. A healthy diet cuts down on diseases such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and etc. Another benefit to eating healthy is an improvement of o...

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Health, Diets, Nutrition, Personal life, Fad diets, Obesity, Diabetes, Dietetics, Low-carbohydrate diet, Healthy diet, No-carbohydrate diet, Insulin resistance
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Jackson U.S 2 5/22/17 The Holocaust and it\'s effects The discovery of these atrocities scarred the entire world for years to come , and even to this day we still talk about these horrors. The holocaust was known as Hitler\'s "final solution", his solution being to blame and kill all the European Jews for Germany\'s problems. And a vast number of the German population followed Hitler because he pulled the German economy out of the dirt , he brought the German army back to its former glory after...

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The Holocaust, Racism, Europe, Anti-Masonry, Antisemitism in Europe, Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses, Persecution of Jews, Holocaust denial, Responsibility for the Holocaust, Adolf Hitler, Aftermath of the Holocaust, Final Solution
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Jackson U.S 2 2/7/17 The New Deal may have been one of, if not the greatest solutions in American history. Roosevelt\'s plan made it clear to people that their government would and will protect them from drastic market crashes. Many believed the government\'s role in American society helped the country\'s long term structure. Some believe we should allow the free market decide, if it crashes and you\'re put down because of it you deserve to starve. To this day many people still disagree on what...

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United States, Freemen of the City of London, Sons of the American Revolution, United States Assistant Secretaries of the Navy, Schuyler family, Delano family, Nationality, Theodore Roosevelt, New Deal, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt
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Jackson U.S 2 2/7/17 The New Deal may have been one of, if not the greatest solutions in American history. Roosevelt\'s plan made it clear to people that their government would and will protect them from drastic market crashes. Many believed the government\'s role in American society helped the country\'s long term structure. Some believe we should allow the free market decide, if it crashes and you\'re put down because of it you deserve to starve. To this day many people still disagree on what...

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United States, Freemen of the City of London, Sons of the American Revolution, United States Assistant Secretaries of the Navy, Schuyler family, Delano family, Nationality, Theodore Roosevelt, New Deal, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt
Commentary on Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet, written around 1595, is Shakespeare\'s seminal tragic romance, or as Lawrence Danson calls it, a \'domestic tragedy[1]. The play depicts Romeo and Juliet\'s love as a chaotic and often violent force, as well as opposing their desires with their social obligations. These major themes pervade Juliet\'s speech near the end of act III, sc. ii. Broadly speaking, the speech articulates Juliet\'s conflict between her love for her lover, Romeo, and her love for her cousin Tybalt. The...

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Characters in Romeo and Juliet, Film, Romeo and Juliet, English-language films, Literature, British films, Mercutio, Nurse, Romeo + Juliet, Juliet, Tybalt, Romeo
SNC2D - Grade 10 Science
Unit Test Review Key Cells, Tissues and Living Systems Plant and Animal Cells, Cell Theory, Cell Structure (p. 29, 30-32) The cell theory states that: Every living organism is made of one or more cells. The cell is the basic unit of structure and function. It is the smallest unit that can perform life functions. All cells arise from pre-existing cells. 2. How are prokaryotic cells different from eukaryotic cells? Give one example of each. Prokaryotic cells lack a true nucleus and do not have me...

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Biology, Anatomy, Cell biology, Plant anatomy, Organelles, Vesicles, Membrane biology, Red blood cell, Cell membrane, Plant cell, Cell, Eukaryote
Research Essay Outline Name: _____________________
Research Essay Outline Name: _ 1. Introduction A. Thesis Statement: _ _ _ B. Other ideas for introduction: _ _ _ _ 2. Argument One:_ Supporting Details: A._ _ _ B._ _ _ C._ _ _ D._ _ _ 3. Argument Two:_ Supporting Details: A._ _ _ B._ _ _ C._ _ _ D._ _ _ 4. Argument Three:_ Supporting Details: A._ _ _ B._ _ _ C._ _ _ D._ _ _ 5. Conclusion A. Points to make in conclusion: _ _ _ _ _ *As you can see from the outline, you only need three arguments to support your thesis statement. However, if you w...

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Geography of Asia, Euphoriants, Morphine, Opioids, Military history by country, Asia, Afghanistan, War in Afghanistan, Heroin, Taliban, Argument, Rape culture
Literacy Test Preparation
Writing a Series of Paragraphs (Opinion Writing) Series of Paragraphs (5 paragraph format) Literacy Test Task: Write a minimum of three paragraphs expressing an opinion about the topic given Develop your main idea with supporting details (proof, facts, examples etc.) The audience: adults interested in your opinion The lined space provided indicates the approximate length of writing expected Example: Topic: “Is it a good idea for high school students to have a part-time job? Length: Approximat...

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Writing, Education in Ontario, Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test, Topic sentence, Paragraph
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Robert Phelan Orientation Group 4 6/30/2017 11:30 am In today\'s rapid fast world of information and sharing, it can be hard to determine what is correct, what is wrong, what is biased, and what is not. And to solve this vexing problem, search engines such as Google came into existence to help ease and categorize the vast wealth of knowledge on the internet and make it more readily available to others. On paper this idea sounds great, but when put into action, problems can arise involving biase...

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Alphabet Inc., World Wide Web, Computing, Technology, Google Search, Carole Cadwalladr, Web search engine, Google
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Dr. Lartz Writing 107 10 October 2017 Your Head or Your Spine? An ongoing argument, especially in the 21st Century, is whether or not football is really safe for you and how playing can lead to serious brain damage. Along with all of this medical evidence, recent political developments between the NFL, their players, and the United States Government has left many Americans feeling disheartened about one of America\'s favorite games. An alternate and unique sport, Rugby, is being seen as a Europ...

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Team sports, Ball games, Sports, Rugby School, Rugby football, Teams, Football, Football codes, Rugby league, Comparison of Canadian football and rugby union, Comparison of American football and rugby union
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David Dzurec History 110X October 31, 2017 A HISTORIC-al Argument In late March of 1790, an editorial was published in an American newspaper named the Federal Gazette under the curious pseudonymous name of HISTORICUS, who had an argument and a comparison that challenged one of the biggest issues in American history: Slavery. Earlier that February, a predominant congressman by the name of James Jackson gave a speech promoting, defending, and upholding the practice and trade of Slavery throughout...

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Americas, African slave trade, Racism, World history, Africa, Slavery in the United States, North Africa, Crimes against humanity, Slavery, Atlantic slave trade, Barbary pirates, Barbary Coast
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Ms. Lartz Writing 107 1 September 2017 Reminiscing on Pacific Fantasies Before entering my senior year of high school, my school required that every rising senior go on a service trip abroad to various countries in need across the world. My destination? Fiji. On this extraordinary and eye-opening journey, we were required to keep a daily journal to store our thoughts and feelings along with having annual nightly group discussions to truly reflect on our time and service there. And from these fi...

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Essay, Writing, Fiji, World, Human communication, Language
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Dr. Lartz Writing 107 2 November 2017 Online Market Manipulation: Who can You Even Trust Anymore? Advertisements, Marketing, and the way companies and consumers use the internet has changed almost completely from what it was only about a decade ago. With the ever-growing dependency people have on the internet, companies have found ways to manipulate the kind of advertisements consumers view, take information on consumers and use it toward them, and even go as far as to manipulate search results...

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Marketing, World Wide Web, Alphabet Inc., Business, Internet search engines, Online advertising, Google Search, Google, Advertising, Personalized search
Failure is an inevitable part of life. However, fa
Failure is an inevitable part of life. However, failure is not what defines us as a person, but rather how you overcome those failures . M y own experience of failure, has stood out among every other failure I have gone through. I failed my first quarter in freshman English and almost flunked the whole entire class . I have most definitely failed at things much worse and this isn\'t the worst failure I have experienced. However, this failure was, without a doubt, the most significant in my life...

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Fred vs. Shaggy
For decades the Scooby-doo gang has charmed audiences both young and old. It\'s one of those classic cartoons that has survived the test of time, whose theme song has been stuck in everyone\'s head at some point or another. But what makes Sco oby-D oo one of the all-time greats? It cast of characters. For one thing no two characters are exactly alike, and Fred and Shaggy are the perfect example. Although Fred and Shaggy bear minor similarities their differences are very pronounced through their...

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Fiction, Film, Animation, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, Scooby Snacks, Fred Jones, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Mayhem
Functions of the Heart
By: Gabby Bouthot Composition I S. Redmond September 13, 2017 Essay 1 The Functions of the Heart The average rate of a heart beat is seventy-two times per minute, in just one day the heart beats over a hundred thousand times but what some people don\'t know is the intricate workings that go into this small, fist sized muscle. Understanding how the heart works is not as complicated as some might think, functions of the heart start with the pulmonary circuit, then the systemic circuit , and the p...

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Anatomy, Circulatory system, Physiology, Cardiovascular physiology, Angiology, Cardiac electrophysiology, Heart, Blood pressure, Atrium, Systole, Cardiac cycle, Ventricle
Nursing is an outstanding career that is both chal
lenging and rewarding. I believe the infinite reward that one can gain can be successfully satisfied in the field of nursing through the support, and care for others. Though nursing is not for everyone, I believe I have the qualities that are vital for individuals to work in a dynamic environment. It is not only essential to describe why I have chosen to pursue this field, but why I believe I have what it entails to perform above and beyond the demanding and challenging tasks that are necessary...

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Health, Nursing, Nursing credentials and certifications, Nurse practitioner, Registered nurse
The Ultimate
Weapon Manual That You Will Ever Need On Your Search Across The Wasteland! DISTRIBUTED BY VAULT-TEC Pistols .44 Pistol: Damage: 48 Weight: 5.2 10mm Pistol: Damage: 21 Weight: 3.5 Alien Blaster: Damage: 50 Weight: 2.5 Deliverer: Damage: 25 Weight: 4.4 Flare Gun: Damage: 110 Weight: 2 Gamma Gun: Damage: 110 Weight: 3 Institute Pistol: Damage: 15 Weight: 3.9 Lasor Pistol: Damage: 27 Weight: 3.5 Pipe Bolt-Action Pistol: Damage: 34 Weight: 3.8 Pipe Pistol: Damage: 15 Weight: 2.3 Pipe Revolver Pistol...

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Journal #5 11/2/2017 James-Lange Theory of Emotion, Sympathetic Nervous System (FoFR) American psychologist William James and Danish psychologist Carl Lange were both curious to propose an independent theory linking the mental and physical aspects of emotion (Baumeister, Bushman pg 188.) The James- Lange theory is one of the earliest theories of emotion within the time- frame of modern psychology. To extrapolate this point further, generally the James-Lange theory of emotion suggests that the b...

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Psychology, Neuroscience, Brain, Psychological theories, Emotion, Limbic system, Subjective experience, JamesLange theory, Fight-or-flight response, William James, Autonomic nervous system, Acute stress reaction
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10/19/2017 Journal Entry #4 Social Conformity - Conforming to the Norm Social conformity and the ability to bend ones self\'s own opinions to fit in with others are two very powerful phenomenons within human behavior and the study of psychology itself. Social conformity is defined as a type of social influence that results in a change of behavior or belief in order to fit in with a group. There are two types of social conformity, which are normative and informational conformity. The process of...

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Conformity, Human behavior, Behavior, Group processes, Psychology, Behavioural sciences, Organizational behavior, Systems science, Normative social influence, Social influence, Social proof, Norm
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Journal #3 Professor Brushaber Movie Analysis Breakfast Club https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkX8J-FKndE Stereotyping, one of the biggest and most important psychological concepts occurs even in the trailer for the breakfast club. When introducing the five major characters in the movie they are introduced as their respective stereotypes instead of by name. Brian the "brain" is accurately portrayed as a stereotypical nerd throughout the entirety of the movie and when is introduced in the trailer...

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Culture, Stock characters, Subcultures, Food and drink, Human development, Anti-intellectualism, Internet culture, Nerd, Nerd culture, Stereotype, Adolescent cliques, The Breakfast Club
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09/22/2017 Professor Brushaber Movie Analysis - 12 Angry Men In the movie titled, there are many displays of social psychological phenomena. This nail biting, tense, and unendingly suspenseful film features 12 jurors who have in their hands the fate of someones life, through a not guilty or guilty verdict. Near the beginning of the film, initially 11 of the appointed 12 jurors vote guilty, a decision that would ultimately kill the accused. As the movies run time continues, gradually they alter...

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Fiction, Film, Literature, English-language films, 12 Angry Men, Jury, Twelve Angry Men, 12, Verdict
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09/07/2017 Professor Brushaber Confirmation Bias/Selective Attention Regarding 2016 Presidential Election There is no denying that the year and a half long journey that the presidential front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton went through was tumultuous. Both candidates attacked each other viciously, explicitly, indelicately, and both were also embroiled in countless scandals. However, no matter how much media attention was shined on them negatively they kept their most loyal supporter b...

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Politics of the United States, Donald Trump presidential campaign, United States, American people of German descent, Climate change skepticism and denial, Donald Trump, The Apprentice, WWE Hall of Fame, Business
Definition of Key Terms
Norms of reciprocity - according to Harvard. edu, norms of reciprocity (mutual aid) rely on social networks. Bonding networks that connect folks who are similar sustain particularized (in-group) reciprocity. Bridging networks that connect individuals who are diverse sustain generalized reciprocity. Social capital - in accordance with the World Bank (1996) refers to the institutions, relationships, and norms that shape the quality and quantity of a society\'s social interactions. Increasing evid...

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NAME KANYAI RUTENDO S REG. NUMBER R121166A PROGRAMME HAD COURSE AD222 LECTURER MR TADERERA T/A MR TINARWO QUESTION D iscuss the utility of the International Labour Organization\'s Occupational Health and Management System. TUTORIAL GROUP TUESDAY (9-10am) Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) is a discipline dealing with the prevention of work related injuries and diseases, and the protection and promotion of the health of workers. It aims at the improvement of working conditions and environment....

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A policy is a pre-determined course of action, est
ablished as a guide to business strategies and objectives according to Butler (20002: 17) . Thus to a significant extent the Zimbabwe Industrial Development Policy can be analyzed to unpack its strength and weaknesses in light of the framework advanced by Butler . The Industrial Development policy aims to resuscitate the manufacturing sector\'s contribution to the GDP of Zimbabwe. This will be achieved through increase in exports of manufactured products. This comes against a background of mass...

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IN TRODUCTION The Information communication and technology policy was gazetted in 200 5 and the n it was passed into law which provided for the major aim of the policy is to address the digital divide in Zimbabwe . The ICT policy is aimed at the dev elopment of infrastructure for information communication technology and ensuring that most of the Zimbabwean population has access to quality service . This write up shall bring out the details on the background of the policy , its aims, its impact...

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Technology, Information technology, Structure, Information and communications technology, Telecommunications, Digital divide, European Distance and E-learning Network, Information and communication technologies for development, United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force
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International organisations are defined simply as an organisation with international membership scope or presence there are two main types, international non-governmental organisations and international governmental organisations also known as IGOs. They have various aims which they aim to achieve and it is in these aims that expectations are drawn. International relations have made it however difficult for some of these expectations to be realised. One scholar wrote that in international relat...

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It is given that societies are fluid and therefore
many an aspect of them, in this instance the IFIs will eventually become irrelevant. But like any organism self-preservation is inevitable and so hence the policies that covertly keep the poor as such. They have various mechanizations that aid in doing such, from increasing unemployment which reduces economic buying power to industrial sabotage by subsidy removal. They also have their fingers in the political field too though they feign ignorance and zero intent in meddling there . That said th...

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l arena there are many connotations attached and vari ants to be considered for instance what the principles of jus ad bellum say and those of jus in bellum. As b loodshed is as endem ic to man as any other instinct, so i t is not surprising that the long history of man is filled with strife and conflict and there is no indication yet that use of force for resolution of disputes will be a matter of the past . However nations and states have made great progress in tolerating differences through...

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Laws of war, International relations, International law, Law, Crime of aggression, Custom, International criminal law, Use of force by states, Preemptive war, Jus ad bellum, Just war theory, Customary international law
Implementation and Evaluation of Strategic Plannin
g Leitch Quality Drug Company Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u I. Case Summary PAGEREF _Toc495559156 h 1 II. Case Objectives and Key Issues PAGEREF _Toc495559157 h 1 a) Case Objectives PAGEREF _Toc495559158 h 1 b) Key Issues PAGEREF _Toc495559159 h 2 III. Analysis PAGEREF _Toc495559160 h 3 a) External Threats PAGEREF _Toc495559161 h 3 b) External Opportunities PAGEREF _Toc495559162 h 4 c) Internal Strengths PAGEREF _Toc495559163 h 5 d) Internal Weaknesses PAGEREF _Toc495559164 h 6 i. Financial PAGERE...

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Background analysis 4th Semester -High School Teacher: Daniela Bautista Serrano Name: Stephania Vega Velez Date: 05/04/16 Name:Jorge Alfonso Ramos Ortega Directions: An archbishop named Jose Luis Chavez Botello in Oaxaca is accused of threating a briest who is accusing him of sexual abuse to more than 45 native children from "Sierra Mixteca", the priest who is being threatened is Manuel Arias Montes, he have received attempts against him the first was with the brakes of his car, this attempts w...

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Pedophilia, Modern pederasty, Catholic sexual abuse cases in Latin America, Child sexual abuse
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Professor Jose Julian Celada Ruiz Upper English 02 November 2016 Jediism as a new religion in our current society Nowadays in our current society there is an assortment of religions that, have been established for years , the religions with more followers are; Christianism with two thousand million follower s , Islam with one thousand three hundred million followers and Hinduism with eight hundred fifty one million. With 19 major religions already established, people think that creating a new r...

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BENEMERITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE PUEBLA
LICENICIATURA EN DERECHO Ensayo MATERIA Teoria del Estado ALUMNO ISAAC YASMANI LOPEZ TORRES Matricula 201565521 OCTUBRE 2017 Michel Foucault y el Estado Michel Foucault fue un historiador, psicologo, cientifico social y filosofo frances, su ansia por romper el ciclo de profesion familiar fue lo que lo llevo a cuestionarse e iluminar la era moderna, viniendo de una familia de medicos era la oveja negra de los Doctores Foucault. Sin embargo logro ser reconocido por muchas personas como el Socrate...

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ABP Termoformadores Presenta Jorge Alfonso Ramos Ortega Stephania Vega Velez Hugo Rene Lopez Amador Docente Ing. Timoteo Garcia Martinez Puebla, Pue. Abril, 2016 Introduccion En el presente entregable, se expondra la solucion propuesta a un ABP el cual consiste en una situacion o problema dado por el docente a los alumnos, con la finalidad de llegar a un acuerdo realista aplicando conocimientos previos. Para llegar una resolucion logica, coherente y viable realizaremos una extensa investigacion...

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Popular University of Cesar, Valledupar, Draft:T.T. Blues
Las apariencias y el estatus social
A lo largo de la historia el ser humano ha establecido modelos sociales para relacionarse. Las apariencias aluden a la superficialidad de una persona, y el estatus social se refiere a la posicion que un individuo ocupa dentro de la sociedad, estos criterios tienden a cambiar dependiendo la epoca en la que se vive. En la obra "la importancia de llamarse Ernesto" el autor muestra dichos aspectos en la sociedad Victoriana. En el cual, los individuos son valorados de acuerdo al poder adquisitivo, p...

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Draft:Edad de Oro de Flamenco, Lotera Santa Luca